Grover Cleveland Papers (1837 - 1908)↑ Grover Cleveland Front Page
The best published source for Grover Cleveland papers is Allan Nevins's edition of Cleveland's letters. It is a single volume selective collection of correspondence, but it includes many of Cleveland's most important letters. Two other collections of writings and speeches, edited by George Parker and Albert Bergh respectively, were published in the decades following Cleveland's Presidency. Both collections lack scholarly annotation, but continue to be important in that they are the only available published source for some of Cleveland's speeches and writings.
- The Letters of Grover Cleveland, 1850-1908. The Writings and Speeches of Grover Cleveland.
- Letters and Addresses of Grover Cleveland.
The Library of Congress microfilm collection is available at a number of institutions throughout the United States, including Alderman Library at the University of Virginia through which the Scripps Library has access; please contact the Scripps Library for more information about its location and availability.
- Grover Cleveland Papers (Library of Congress, 164 reels).