New-York Historical Society
The collection consists of 53 separate collections, many named for renowned naval officers or vessels, documenting both military engagements and routine shipboard experience on naval and some commercial vessels, as well as naval design and the education of officers. Included are correspondence, letterbooks, journals and diaries, lectures, essays, account books, biographical writings, genealogical information, scrapbooks, orders, notes, articles and clippings, photographs, manuscripts, and ships' logs. The collection also includes the organizational records and correspondence of the Naval History Society itself
New-York Historical Society
The collection includes records of the Society's financial, membership, library, and manuscript collecting and publishing activities, as well as general correspondence
Yale University
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Papers relating to North Carolinians in the U.S. Navy, naval vessels whose names have North Carolina associations, and Revolutionary and Civil War naval actions off the North Carolina coast. Included are biographical sketches of Edwin Alexander Anderson, David Worth Bagley, Osborne Bennett Hardison, Felix Leslie Johnson, William Durwood Leggett, Jr., Andrew Theodore Long, John Wesley Roper, and John Wilkes; photocopies of letters and official communications relating to the USS Croatan, USS Currituck, USS North Carolina, and USS Raleigh; communications relating to John Paul Jones, 1778, 1779, and 1782, and to David Dixon Porter, 1864 and 1865; and histories of the USS Albemarle (three different ships), USS Bogue, USS Croatan, and USS Currituck
Columbia University
This project, conducted with the cooperation of the Director of Naval History (Navy Department), covers many phases of modern naval history: training, procurement, logistics, ordnance, naval aviation, submarines, scientific development, salvage, and intelligence
Pritzker Military Library
This collection consists of essays written by Naval Chief Selects during the annual USO-U505 Naval History Program. Each year one essay is selected to be added to the collection. These essays are a reflection on the things learned during the program and how those things are applicable to the lives of sailors today
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Institute Archives and Special Collections
by Cassius ; supposed to be written by Aedanus Burke -- -- by Edward S. Farrow -- -- by William H. Jaques -- -- by U.P. Levy -- -- compiled by Henry Shindler
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, certificates, and prints, documenting or relating to U.S. naval history. Includes documents relating to Thomas Jefferson and James Madison
Naval History and Heritage Command - Operational Archives