ARCHIVES OF FULLER MANUSCRIPTS AND PAPERS
The single most important collection of Fuller papers, the Houghton Library contains many of Fuller’s journals, notes, manuscripts, letters, as well as bound copies of many of her essays.
Follow this link for an index of the Margaret Fuller Collection Ms AM 1086.
Many of Fuller’s most important journals entries and poems are located under the call number MS Am 1450.
The Massachusetts Historical Society contains half of Fuller’s crucial 1844 journal, published by Martha L. Berg and Alice De V. Perry as “’The Impulses of Human Nature’: Margaret Fuller’s Journal from June through October 1844” in Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, vol. CII (1990).
The Fruitlands Museum holds the other half of Fuller’s 1844 journal.