Mystic Seaport Museum,-- G.W Blunt White Library
Minutes of meetings, tax lists, bills payable, and pupil lists; together with correspondence, bills, receipts, notices, subscribers' lists, and promissory notes
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly letters by Leavitt while associate curator of Mystic Seaport Museum, 1966-1974; together with research notes, 3 sketchbooks, notebooks, drafts of articles, and scrapbooks
Mystic Seaport Museum,-- G.W. Blunt White Library
Correspondence and financial papers, chiefly reflecting Packer's activities in shipping and salvaging operations in Connecticut and Florida -- Persons and businesses represented include Oliver Batty, Joseph Cottrell, Lyman Dudley, Asa Fish, Charles Mallory, B.F. Hoxie & Co., George Greenman & Co., and Mallory & Grant
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Records of vessels owned by the museum including schooners BRILLIANT and EMMA C. BERRY, steamboat SABINO, ship JOSEPH CONRAD, and tugboat KINGSTON II -- Includes logbooks, guest registers, and work progress logs (dated descriptive records of work accomplished on board by museum staff). Not all Mystic Seaport vessels are represented in the collection nor does the collection contain complete records for any particular vessel
Mystic Seaport Museum,-- G.W. Blunt White Library
Correspondence, vouchers, invoices, payroll receipts, time sheets, account books, cashbooks, minutes, scrapbooks, sales brochures and advertisements, memos, and other records of the shipyard and its predecessor, Sea Sled Corporation -- Includes materials relating to yachts Stout Fella Jr. & Sr., Criterion, and Wallaby, built ca. 1945-1949; and papers regarding contract work for the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard during World War II
Mystic Seaport Museum
Correspondence, accounts, receipts, bills of sale, ship's papers, deeds, mortgages, ledgers, daybooks, printed materials, and other papers, relating to the West Indies and coastal trade, sailmaking, charter-parties, housebuilding, Mystic, Conn., town affairs, probate court in Groton, Conn., and other family business and domestic matters -- Persons and vessels represented include shipmasters Amos Clift (1768-1818), Amos Clift, Jr. (1808-1878), Amos Clift III, Nathaniel (1775-1837), Hiram, and Waterman Clift (1809-1890), sailmaker Isaac D. Clift (1824-1892), and Edmund, Horace H., Frederick D., Ira H., Lemuel, and Thankful Clift; and schooner POLLY, schooner AMELIA, brig LYON, smack ROVER, and clipper ANDREW JACKSON
Mystic Seaport Museum
Primarily correspondence between various family members regarding Preston, Connecticut and Mystic, Connecticut events, and news of friends and family. Miscellaneous materials include a court summons and a bill of sale for a slave
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Diaries reflecting personal and local events, including many comments on world politics and its effect on the New London, Conn., region -- Among local events, Bennett records the Oct. 9, 1936 passage of the HINDENBURG over New London, the hurricane in Sept. 1938 which devastated southern New England, annual Yale-Harvard boat races watched from the New London bridge, events surrounding World War II, and events in nearby towns of Mystic and Niantic and his use of bridges in these towns for his commute to work after the closure of the bridge in New Haven
Saint Michael's College Library
The Mystic collection consists mainly of files related to either the physical property or to the canonical house. The materials include correspondence, records related to the Apostolate Center and yearbooks from the years Edmundites taught at the school
New York Public Library
Views of various towns, cities and landscapes along the U.S. Eastern seaboard following U.S. Route 1 from Maine to Florida

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