HARPER, Robert Goodloe, 1765-1825


Library of Congress

Guide to Research Collections

Boston Public Library
Boston, MA
Papers: 4 items.


Filson Club Historical Society
Louisville, KY
Papers: 1815. 1 letter.


Hagley Museum and Library
Greenville, DE
Papers: Items in Benjamin Henry Latrobe papers, 1788-1820. Microtext edition published for the Maryland Historical Society, 1979, on 315 microfiche. Finding aid.


Johns Hopkins University
Milton S. Eisenhower Library
Baltimore, MD
Papers: 15 letters (1803-1823) in Edward M. Greenway collection, 1737-1876.


Library of Congress
Manuscript Division
Washington, DC
Papers: 1796-1823. 1 container. Finding aid. Also 5 microfilm reels of originals in the Maryland Historical Society; and correspondence in Charles Simms papers, 1731-1822.


Maryland Historical Society
Baltimore, MD
Papers: Correspondence and papers (1747-1835) in various collections including 4 boxes in Harper-Pennington papers, 1784-1825; 19 items (1795-1828); letters in Bayard papers, 1796-1801, including letters to constituents reporting on acts of Congress; 55 items in Carroll-Harper papers, 1749-1896; 38 items relating to constitutionality of the admission of Louisiana to the Union, trial dates, and other cases and legal affairs in Harper letters, 1817-1912; and 35 items in Harper-Speed letters, 1820-1824. Available on 5 microfilm reels. Finding aid.


Massachusetts Historical Society
Boston, MA
Papers: 34 letters and documents (1789-1821) in various collections. Finding aid.


Pierpont Morgan Library
New York, NY
Papers: 1788-1823. 4 items.


University of Maryland
McKeldin Library
College Park, MD
Papers: 1 printed speech (1814) celebrating “the recent triumphs of the course of mankind in Germany” in Maryland manuscripts collection.


University of South Carolina
South Caroliniana Library
Columbia, SC
Papers: Correspondence in Pierce Butler letterbook, 1790-1794.


Virginia Historical Society
Richmond, VA
Papers: Miscellaneous items. Finding aid.


Yale University Libraries
Manuscripts and Archives
New Haven, CT
Papers: In Washington family papers, 1751-1870; and Burr family papers, 1750-1853.