Guide to Research CollectionsBrown University
Papers: Ca. 10 items in various collections.
Rhode Island Historical Society
Papers: 1880-1921. 1 linear foot. In Chace family papers, political correspondence (1880- 1890), mainly concerning support by publishers, authors, and typographers for the first international copyright bill (1888); 3 printed speeches on tariffs (1882-1884); speech at Haverford College (1883) with responses; bills and research notes on copyright (1887-1889); speech at Brown University concerning tariffs (1887); poem by Elizabeth Buffum Chace (1892); letter from cousin Arnold B. Chace (1914); In Memoriam: Jonathan Chace, by Lillie Buffum Wyman Chace; and Jonathan Chace: A Friend in Public Life, typescript by E. M. Chace, (1948); and extract from Representative Men and Old Families of Rhode Island. Also parts of diaries (1907-1917) in the Chace family papers, 1880-1921. Finding aid.
Rockefeller Archive Center
North Tarrytown, NY
Papers: In Nelson W. Aldrich papers, 1879-1915, on 63 microfilm reels. Originals at Library of Congress. Finding aid.