Ohio Wesleyan University - L.A. Beeghly Library
Nine postcard-size photographs of various Shaker people taken in Mount Lebanon, N.Y., dated variously from 1878 to 1905
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Shaker furniture in demand, Credence Custom Furniture & Cabinetmakers in Brown County focuses on Shaker furniture
Western Reserve Historical Society
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Brooklyn Museum
Western Reserve Historical Society
Consists of covenants, laws, legal records, land records, financial records, membership records, correspondence, diaries, journals, testimonies, biographies, addresses, sermons, essays, inspired writings and drawings (also known as spirit drawings), other writings, music, poetry, recipes, prescriptions, school books, instructional texts, scrapbooks, photographs, and miscellaneous material relating to 20 Shaker communities located in 10 eastern States See finding aid for complete scope and content note
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Entries, copied by Freeman from various Shaker periodicals, chiefly relating to the history of the Sabbathday Lake Community, including "History of brick dwelling built 1883 & 4" by Elder William Dumont (copied from his diaries), note on the dwelling house, and lists of brothers and sisters moving in
Fruitlands Museums
Correspondence from Mount Lebanon and Watervliet, N.Y., Shirley and Harvard, Mass., Canterbury, N.H., Sabbathday Lake, Me., and other Shaker communities from many individuals. Includes letters from Harvard, Mass., covering many topics including the death of Brother John Orsment, a missionary tour to Vermont, and the exemption from bearing arms during the Civil War; letters from Mount Lebanon, N.Y., including correspondence from Eldress M. Catherine Allen to Clara Endicott Sears detailing Allen's contributions to the Fruitlands Shaker museum, letters from Josephine Jilson to Sears discussing the Harvard Shaker cemetery and the relocation of Shaker sisters, and letters from some of the relocated sisters discussing M. Catherine Allen, Shaker songs, and the departure of Sister Lottie Tremper from the Mount Lebanon community; and letters (1932-1938) from Prudence Stickney, of Sabbathday Lake, Me., to Clara Endicott Sears, chiefly concerning donations to the Fruitlands Museums
Maine Historical Society
Five bill heads from the Shakers of Sabbathday Lake, Me., and one from West Gloucester, Me Includes the name of their agent, D.C. Wilson, and an illustrated blotter with a country scene and advertisement for Shaker souvenirs