- Letters of Christina Rossetti
- The Carlyle Letters Online
- The Walt Whitman Archive (including the text of letters to Walt Whitman from his mother)
- The Art of Travel (1500–1850) is a free open-access database that contains many interesting sources, including “letters of advice (often to Grand Tour travellers).”
- Epistolae: Medieval Women’s Letters (in Latin, with English translations)
- The First World War Poetry Archive contains letters from some of the poets.
- The Letters of 1916 is a crowdsourced project in which the general public transcribed numerous hand-written letters from the year of the Easter uprising in Ireland.
Clearly, many other digitized sources of letters are not listed here. Please let me know of other open-access resources that belong on this page.
Researchers should also know that the database Manuscript Women’s Letters and Diaries, is available at NTU.
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