The American Presidency Project is a major web resource providing a searchable database of, and analyses based on, presidential public documents. This includes speeches, orders, proclamations, messages, and other documents related to Millard Fillmore and his administrations.
This publication contains a short biography of every member of Congress from 1774 to the present, including Millard Fillmore who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1833–35 and 1837–43. It also provides a selected bibliography and a listing of research collections related to Fillmore.
The papers consist of incoming correspondence from 1817 to 1876, relating primarily to Millard Fillmore's law practice in Buffalo, New York, his political career in New York State, and his service in both the United States legislative and executive offices. Among the papers is correspondence from prominent American politicians, such as Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, President William Henry Harrison, Dorothea Dix, Anna Ella Carroll, and Thurlow Weed. There is an inventory of the books in his library and another of the furnishings taken from the White House at the close of his administration. Included are financial records, legal documents, speeches, writings and notes, newspaper clippings, ephemera, maps, passport, and miscellaneous materials.