Library of Congress
In the Josiah Bartlett Family Papers, 1710-1931, 11.6 linear feet.
The collection includes correspondence, diaries, speeches, notebooks, legal and financial papers, genealogical material, printed matter, photographs, maps, and other papers reflecting the professional affairs of rural New England physicians and the daily activities and concerns of a rural New England family in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. Topics include the War of 1812, politics in New Hampshire, the Missouri Compromise, slavery, the Seminole War, the Panic of 1837, life in the United States Navy, military hospitals during the Civil War, and commerce in New England following the war. Microfilm is also available of the collection. A finding aid is available in the repository.
J.S. Copley Library
La Jolla, CA
1777, 1 page.
A letter from Josiah Bartlett to an unidentified recipient written on April 9, 1777. This letter pertains to the nomination of officers.
1776, 2 pages.
A letter from Josiah Bartlett to Colonel William Whipple written on September 3, 1776. In the letter, Josiah Bartlett reports that Lord Howe has made a hollow overture to the Continental Congress, replete with false promises of Independence.
In the John Langdon Papers, 1776, 3 pages.
A letter from John Langdon to Josiah Bartlett written on June 14, 1776. In the letter, John Langdon details the half-completed construction of a ship, and the recommendation of field officers and surgeons for the New Hampshire Regiment.
Department of Rare Books
In Washington Irving's Life of George Washington, Volume 13, 1771-1832.
Subjects covered include Josiah Bartlett.
Rauner Special Collections Library
1774-1794, 0.5 linear foot.
The collection includes private and public papers relating to his involvement in the American Revolution, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the presidency and governorship of New Hampshire.
In the Peter Gilman Papers, 1773, 1 page.
A letter from Peter Gilman to Josiah Bartlett written on August 14, 1773. In the letter, Peter Gilman proposes that he accompany the governor on a visit to Dartmouth College.
In the William Whipple Papers, 1778, 4 pages.
A letter from William Whipple to Josiah Bartlett written on September 7, 1778. In the letter, William Whipple writes about the American Revolution.
The John Work Garrett Library Evergreen
In the Signers Collection, 1770-1826, 60 documents.
This collections consists documents of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Subjects covered include Josiah Bartlett. A container list is available in the repository.
The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical
New York, NY
In the W. C. Ford Collection, 1760, 1 item.
An autographed affidavit from January 16, 1760.
1777, 1 item.
An order for the arrest of Stephen Holland written on April 22, 1777, signed by Josiah Bartlett.
1778, 1 item.
A roll of travel and attendance from May 19, 1778 signed by Josiah Bartlett.
1791, 1 item.
A proclamation for a day of humiliation, fasting, and prayer, signed by Josiah Bartlett, President of New Hampshire.
1791, 1 item.
A letter from Josiah Bartlett to the Members of Congress written on June 3, 1791. In the letter, Josiah Bartlett makes various suggestions.
1792, 1 item.
A letter from Josiah Bartlett to N. Gilman written on December 5, 1792.
New Hampshire Historical Society
In the Bartlett Family Papers, 1710-1918, approximately 700 items.
The papers include correspondence, essays, biographical material, and legal, financial, and other papers of Josiah Bartlett. A finding aid is available in the repository.
In the Bartlett Family Papers, 1743-1888, 6 boxes.
The papers of Josiah Bartlett include correspondence, business and legal papers, and records of New Hampshire Medical Society. A finding aid is available in the repository.
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum
In the Mrs. James Lewis Hook Autograph Collection, 1752-1810, 22 items.
Signers represented include Josiah Bartlett.
University of Pennsylvania
Special Collections, Van Pelt
In United States Continental Congress Miscellaneous Manuscripts, 1776-1778, 3 items.
Other authors include Josiah Bartlett.
The Winterthur Library
Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed
1743-1795, 7 microfilm reels.
These papers include account and day books, correspondence and other loose papers which document Josiah Bartlett's personal life, medical practice, and service as selectman, legislator, member of the Continental Congress, justice of the peace, judge and governor of New Hampshire.
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