Welcome to the Research Center

Collecting and interpreting the history of Grover Cleveland, Through primary sources and artifacts from his past.

Our goal is to preserve, collect, and make available material documenting the public and private life of Grover Cleveland (1837-1908). Manuscripts, artifacts, and exhibits will cover his life from his birth in Caldwell, to his presidencies in the White House, as well as his post-presidential years in Princeton, New Jersey. The Library also includes archives related to First Lady Frances Folsom Cleveland (1864-1947).

The Research Center is located at The Grover Cleveland Birthplace Visitors Center, and is here to support your research and enhance your understanding of the past. We can help you access books, newspapers, archival documents, photographs, and objects across our historic collections.

Visiting the Research Center

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