The following archives are available to members of the Gurdjieff Heritage Society (GHS). If you wish to become a member, you can register here:
This personal archive of Dushka Howarth (daughter of Jessmin Howarth and G.I.Gurdjieff) was initiated by Dushka before her death in 2010.
This collection of photographs is from the personal archives of Luba Gurdjieff (niece of G. I. Gurdjieff).
Katherine Rodomar Breithaupt was a member of Lord Pentland’s Group in New York in the 1950s. She took part in “The Movements” when they were staged at Carnegie Hall, and spent many work weekends at Mendham. She was a close friend of both Jessmin and Dushka Howarth. Her collection contains early copies of manuscripts and books, newspaper articles, notes, and a photo of Mdm. de Hartmann. This collection was donated to the GHS by her daughter, Kate Breithaupt.
This collection contains material written by G.I. Gurdjieff.
Yale Archives, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Muriel Draper Papers, MSS 49, box 11: folder 349, box: 18-19 folders 592-622, box 20: folders 625-626, 630-634, 635-636, 641.
Members of the Orage groups in New York, Paul and Naomi Anderson were also with Gurdjieff at the Institute in France. Gurdjieff visited them in Washington, D.C. where they were instructed to organize and run groups. Among the original members of the Gurdjieff Foundation in New York, the Andersons later went their own way in keeping with their own instructions from Mr. Gurdjieff. This collection contains several of Mr. Anderson’s unpublished writings and talks.
If you have any unpublished material that relates directly to the teaching of Gurdjieff and are looking for a safe place for it to reside and made available to future generations, please contact the GHS.