INCOMING CORRESPONDENCE, 1852-1861, 1868.
RECORDS OF OBSERVERS AND USE OF SMITHSONIAN INSTRUMENTS, 1850-1873.
RECORDS RELATING TO STUDIES OF MONTHLY AND ANNUAL MEAN TEMPERATURES IN THE UNITED STATES AND ELSEWHERE IN THE AMERICAS, DATA FROM EIGHTEEN TWENTIES THROUGH EIGHTEEN SEVENTIES.
MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE, NOTES, REPORTS, 1853-1875, CIRCA 400 PIECES, SOME WITH NOTATIONS BY JOSEPH HENRY.
Data on Instruments Loaned and Number of Observers for the Smithsonian Meteorological Project, 1872 (Image no. SIA2010-0726)
Report from Increase Allen Lapham of Milwaukee to the Smithsonian Meteorological Project regarding the map showing the track of a tornado that had passed over the eastern portion of Wisconsin on August 21, 1857. (Image no. SIA2010-0730)
Letter from Lewis H. Steiner, a physician and librarian of Frederick, Maryland, to Edward Foreman, a clerk at the Smithsonian Institution, June 3, 1852. (Image no. SIA2012-3217)