In American Memory
The American Memory collections contain many references both to Rochambeau and the American Revolution in various formats, including photographs, prints, maps, songs, and oral histories. See the collections listed below for specific references.
African American Perspectives: Pamphlets from the Daniel A. P. Murray Collection, 1818-1907 contains many pamphlets relating to the American Revolution.
Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, 1774-1789 includes extracts of the journals of Congress, resolutions, proclamations, committee reports, treaties, and early printed versions of the United States Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing Company, 1880-1920 has many images of the American Revolution including photographs of various monuments.
George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799 includes letters from Rochambeau.
A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1873 has letters that mention and were written to Rochambeau.
Map Collections: 1500-2004
The Geography and Map Division has an ongoing effort to digitize its collections (7,800 items as of April 2005). Map Collections focus on Americana and cartographic treasures of the Library of Congress according to the following categories: cities and towns, conservation and environment, discovery and exploration, cultural landscapes, military battles and campaigns, transportation and communication, and general maps.
The Thomas Jefferson Papers at the Library of Congress contains letters written to Rochambeau.
Taking the Long View: Panoramic Photographs, 1851-1991 includes images of national military parks and battlefields.
An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera includes documents relating to the American Revolution.