Manuscripts for: Florence Harding

Ohio Historical Society , Columbus, Ohio:
--Florence Kling Harding Papers, 36 boxes: The Florence Harding Papers are available on microfilm rolls. They are organized as follows: Roll 242, 1916-1923, Correspondence, letter filed chronologically; Roll 243, 1923-1926, and undated, Correspondence and Miscellaneous Materials; Roll 244, 1920-1922,, clippings; Roll 245, 1922-1923, clippings; Roll 246, 1922-1923, clippings; Roll 247, 1923-1924, clippings.
--Charles E. Sawyer and Carl W. Sawyer Papers, 1 box: The Sawyer Papers are available on microfilm Roll 248. They consist of miscellaneous correspondence (1916-1942), with much material also on Veterans’ Hospitals.
--Kathleen Lawler Papers, 2 boxes: These contain the working draft manuscripts of a memoir by Mrs. Harding's campaign secretary.
--Mary E. Brown Lee Papers: Routine correspondence with Mrs. Harding and Lee, a political figure in Ohio.

Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Washington, D.C.:
--Mark Sullivan Papers, 15 feet: There is one file in container 3 of Florence Harding correspondence with the journalist’s wife Marie, some secretarial notes and invitations. Ten items.
--Charles Moore Papers: Seven secretarial letters and three letters from Mrs. Harding to Charles Moore, Librarian of Congress, about her consideration of donating some Harding Papers to Library of Congress.
--Edith Wilson Papers.: Several routine social notes from Mrs. Harding to Mrs. Wilson.

Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts:
--Anna Churchill Moulton Tillinghast Papers: Routine note from Mrs. Harding.