A number of other Perkins publications and related materials are available in digital format. A partial list follows.
Samuel Gridley Howe and Julia Ward Howe
- Dr. S.G. Howe, the philanthropist by F. B. Sanborn (1891)
- The letters and journals of Samuel Gridley Howe (Vol. 1, 1909)
- The letters and journals of Samuel Gridley Howe (Vol. 2, 1909)
- Memoir of Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe by Julia Ward Howe (1876)
- Proceedings at the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe. November 11, 1901 (1902)
- Training and teaching idiots by Samuel Gridley Howe (1850)
- Special reference library of books relating to the blind by Michael Anagnos (1907)
- Midstream my later life by Helen Keller (1929)
- My key of life: Optimism by Helen Keller (1904)
- Out of the dark: Essays, lectures, and addresses on physical and social vision by Helen Keller (1920)
- The song of the stone wall by Helen Keller (1910)
- The story of my life by Helen Keller (1906)
- The three lives of Helen Keller by Richard Harrity (1962)
- The world I live in by Helen Keller (1910)
Anne Sullivan Macy
- Anne Sullivan Macy: The story behind Helen Keller by Nella Braddy (1933)
- Latest particulars of the history of Laura Bridgman compiled chiefly from the last report of the late Dr. S. G. Howe by Samuel Gridley Howe (1877)
- Laura Bridgman, Dr. Howe's famous pupil and what he taught her by Maud Howe and Florence Howe Hall (1903)
- The writings of Laura Bridgman by Edmund C. Sanford (1887)
- Laura Bridgman Bibliography, Perkins School for the Blind
Charles Dickens' Visit to Perkins
- Pictures from Italy and American notes for general circulation by Charles Dickens(1877)
- The Perkins History Timeline Project Suggested by Perkins President and CEO Dave Power in 2016, this project highlights specific events, people, and ideas that have influenced both Perkins and the larger blindness community.
- Research Library Timeline For most of its history, there was a single head librarian who presided over the circulating library of embossed books (later Perkins BTBL), the school library for the students (called for some time the Teachers’ Library, because the materials supported the curriculum), and the Special Reference Library. This document lists the librarians, as well as events in the history of the library at Perkins.
- The Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind, by Samuel Eliot (Perkins Trustee and President of Harvard University), New England Magazine, Feb., 1897
- Outlook for the Blind, links to full-text on the Internet Archive. Vol. 1-XX, 1907-1926. Now the Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness (JVIB) (1976-present).
- Terman's condensed guide for the Stanford revision of the Binet-Simon intelligence tests by Samuel P. Hayes (1916)
- Embossed Materials for the Blind: History, Preservation Concerns and Special Projects, conference presentation given at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC) in Rochester, NY