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ANDREWS, Stephen Pearl (March 22, 1812 - May 21, 1886).- Archives and unpublished manuscripts

Manuscripts

- Andrews Papers. State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

Seven Boxes.

These archives are essential. They include manuscripts of unpublished speeches, an autobiography, various studies, fragments, philosophical notebooks, correspondence 1872-1882.

Some items :

"Address to the Inhabitants of the USA and of the World at Large upon the Slavery Question." Box 1.

"Address to the People of the United States of America." Box 4.

"Autobiography." Box 2.

Stephen Pearl Andrews
Photo Courtesy of the Labadie Collection

"Constitution and By-Laws of the Pantarchal University." Box 1.

"First Sequential Exposition of the Constitution of the Pantarchy." Box 1.

"Fragments." Box 4.

Letter to Mary E. Tillotson, from New York, June 11, 1884. Box 1.

"Love Marriage and the Condition of Woman." Box 4.

"Possibility of a Universal Language." Box 3.

"A Private Chapter of the Origin of the War." Box 2.

"Sciento-Philosophy or the Philosophy of the Sciences : An Essay at Ultimate Solutions." Box 3.

"The Social Organism. Lecture Delivered before the Manhattan Liberal Club, New York, September 1, 1882." Box 1.

"Sociological Comparology." Box 3

"Death Certificate, May 21, 188G." City of New York, Department of Health, Bureau of Records and Statistics.

Letters to Henry Edger, from New York, August 6, 1872 ; August 14, 1872 ; September 9, 1872. Maison d’Auguste Comte, Paris, France.

Letters to Theodora Freeman Spencer, 1880-1883, and undated. In Alwato. Collection of Mrs. Muriel Streeter Schwartz, New York City.

Letter to Isaac Pitman, from New York, May 14, 18S1 Sir James Pitman Collection, London, England.

Letter to John Quincy Adams, from London, July 18, 1843. The Adams Papers, Letters Received, April-August, 1843, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.
Letter to W. W. Swain, November 29, 1844. Deed Records, Harris County, Texas, Vol. J.

Letter to William Lloyd Garrison, from New York, September 20, 1855. Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts.

(And Augustus French Boyle.) "Elements of Phonography." Penciled Phonographic Copy Book. Manuscript Division, New York Public Library, New York City.

"Stephen Pearl Andrews vs. M. R. Gray." Decree, May 10, 1844. Cause No. 1167. General Minutes of the 11th District Courts of Harris County, Texas.

- Boston Public Library

1 ms. letter to W. L. Garrison (Sept. 20, 1855)

- Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston.

"Adams Papers" : 1 letter to John Quincy Adams (July 18, 1843)

- New York Historical Society

"Spooner Papers" : 2 letters to Lysander Spooner

- New York Public Library

"Benjamin R. Tucker Papers" : 1 ms. letter to B. R. Tucker

The library holds a large number of works and reviews more or less related to S. P. Andrews, some of which are very rare. There also is a microfilm with various materials relative to Victoria Woodhull and the Beecher-Tilton trial

- Collection of Mrs. Muriel Streeter Schwartz, New York City :

Letters to Theodora Freeman Spencer 1880-1883 and n.d.

- Collection of Sir James Pitman, London :

1 letter to Isaac Pitman (May 14, 1851)

- Labadie Collection, University of Michigan :

Pamphlet announcing "A Scientific Sermon" by S. P. Andrews and various rare documents.

- Library of Congress, Washington.

Tappan Letter Books : Letters from Lewis Tappan to Stephen Pearl Andrews (1843-1847).

- Papers in Various Centers :

* Brentwood Public Library. Fleet, Catherine and Andrews, Mary, "Indenture, Apr. 5, 1851".* Department of Health, Bureau of Records and Statistics, N. Y. : "Death Certificate, May 21, 1886"

* District Courts of Harris County, Texas : "Stephen Pearl Andrews vs. M. R. Gray", Decree, May 10, 1844. Cause No. 1167. General Minutes of the 11th District Courts of Harris County, Texas.

* Deed Records, Harris County, Texas : Letter to W. W. Swain, Nov. 29, 1844.

* Suffolk County Clerk’s office, Riverhead, N. Y. : Brooks, Louis and wife, and S. P. Andrews, "Indenture, Oct. 14, 1852".

* Texas State Library, Public Printing Papers, Archives Divisiion : "...Agreement...between David G. Burnet... and Stephen P. Andrews", May 31, 1839.


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