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Where can I find links to the papers of early Harvard presidents?

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Links to Harvard University Archives' collections of papers of early Harvard presidents, from Henry Dunster to Joseph Willard, can be found at

Another way to access this list is to go to the Harvard University Archives website at, then select Using the Collections>Online Resources>Harvard University Archives Collections Online.

Additional information about Harvard presidents, including links to archival collections and other related resources, is available on the Harvard website's History of the Presidency page at

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