Guide to Research CollectionsAmerican Antiquarian Society
Papers: 1855-1905. 147 items. Political and family correspondence, chiefly letters to Boutwell relating to his stand against imperialism, his estrangement from the Republican party after 1895, the civil suit of Andrew Coe vs. William L. Bradley, the coinage of silver, his activities as a lawyer in Boston, and his family background.
Boston Public Library
Papers: 7 items.
Papers: 1 letter.
Papers: 37 items. Also correspondence in Francis William Bird papers, 1832-1924.
Indiana State Library
Papers: Correspondence in the Pierce-Krull family papers, 1834-1963.
Papers: 1 letter (January 13, 1870) in Post family papers, 1857-1895.
Library of Congress
Papers: 1871-1873. 4 items. Letters and speeches.
Additional Papers: 1 microfilm reel of papers (1869-1873) at Ohio Historical Society; correspondence in Whiting Griswold papers, 1843-1874; and Nathaniel Prentice Banks papers, 1829-1911. Finding aid.
Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers: 1850-1905. 1 box and 3 volumes. Papers and speeches.
Additional Papers: Correspondence in John Davis Long papers, 1820-1943; and 102 letters in various collections.
Massachusetts State Archives
Papers: Ca. 21 items transferred from the State Library.
New York Public Library
New York, NY
Papers: 1875-1876. 125 items. Letters and telegrams. Official correspondence in the U.S. Senate, Select Committee on the Late Election in Mississippi. Finding aid.
Ohio Historical Society
Papers: 1869-1872. 36 items. Documents presented as evidence in a lawsuit against Boutwell regarding a plan to reduce the national debt.
Peabody Essex Museum
Papers: 2 letters.
University of California, Berkeley
Papers: Correspondence as Treasury Secretary in the Alexander Lyman Churchill papers, 1865-1908.
Washington State University
Papers: 1851-1901. 22 items. Personal and official letters.
Research Libraries Information Network In addition to the institutions listed above, items are also cataloged in collections at: Johns Hopkins University Special Collections, Baltimore, MD; Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; and University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, IA.