In 1996, this space was discovered by a government employee while inspecting the rundown building slated for demolition. A search of the attic uncovered artifacts including a sign labelled "Missing Soldiers Office, Office 3rd Story Room 9, Miss Clara Barton." Now a museum open to the public, Clara Barton used this space to organize her efforts to find missing soldiers as well as her home. This website provides access to primary sources, a bibliography, and a blog.
The National Park Service provides information about the place that became Clara Barton's home as well as the headquarters of the American Red Cross. There are resources for students and those interested in knowing more about Barton's lifelong dedication to helping those in need.
This is the premier center for the preservation and research of the legacy of Civil War medical innovation and humanitarianism. It provides access to a searchable database of the Missing Soldiers Rolls compiled by Clara Barton.
One of Harvard University Library's Digital Collections, this collection is an exploration of women's impact on the economic life of the United States between 1800 and the Great Depression. Included are books, trade catalogs, photographs, archives and manuscript Items. A search on “Clara Barton” returns complete texts written by and about Barton.