PSPA archival materials are cataloged as the PSPA records (Ms. Coll. 92). The PSPA books and periodicals are cataloged by title and author in the university's online catalog, Franklin.
Correspondence, administrative and financial records, memoirs, and memorabilia from the Society, 18th-20th centuries. A full alphabetical listing of correspondence in the PSPA records can be found in the online catalog, Franklin.
Materials housed in boxes 1-15, 17-20, 24, and 26 of the PSPA records have been digitized. These include correspondence and early minutes of the Society. The published Memoirs of the PSPA are also available online.
- View digital facsimiles of PSPA records on the Colenda website
- Five volumes of the Memoirs of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture were published between 1808 and 1826. A sixth volume was published in 1939. View digital facsimiles of the Memoirs (volumes 1-5) on the HathiTrust Digital Library. View digital facsimiles of the Memoirs on the Internet Archive: volume 1; volume 2; volume 3; volume 4; volume 5.
- Recent acquisitions which have been digitized include two notable diaries: a diary of Quaker farmer Jacob Peirce, written in East Marlborough Township, Pennsylvania, in 1797-1800 (Ms. Codex 2079); and a diary written by farmer Henry Jones of Upper Dublin in 1837 (Ms. Codex 2031). These diaries are available for public transcription via FromThePage.