Gleason Leonard Archer Personal Papers (MS 108)
The Gleason Leonard Archer Personal Papers document the personal and professional activities of Suffolk University’s founder. In addition to being an educator, Archer was also a prolific writer and popular radio broadcaster. The types of materials in the collection include manuscripts and typescripts of his books, journals, articles, speeches, and radio addresses; correspondence; biographical information; genealogy records; photographs; and personal artifacts. The collection also includes family papers, documenting the personal and business activities of members of Archer’s immediate and extended family through account books, contracts, correspondence and photographs.
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Moakley Archive and Institute, "Gleason Leonard Archer Personal Papers (MS 108), 1880-1996: A Finding Aid" (2020). Moakley Archive Finding Aids and Research Guides. 7.