Pacific Lutheran University - Special Collections and Archives Department
An oral history interview with Ester Irene Sundvik, a Finnish immigrant.
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
1209 black and white photographs in 1 album with 10 loose, 10 April 1939-30 July 1939, of courthouses.
Wesleyan University - Olin Memorial Library
Arthur Benjamin Calef, Wesleyan class of 1851, served in a variety of governmental positions in Middletown and Middlesex County, Connecticut and in the state as a whole, as well as being a delegate to the National Republican Conventions in 1860 and 1864.
Litchfield Historical Society
Includes business records such as those for accounting, goods purchased and received, bank drafts, payables and receivables, promissory notes, as well as poll lists for the Episcopal, Presbyterian, and Quaker societies in Northfield, Conn. (in the Town of Litchfield)
New Haven Museum & Historical Society Library
Correspondence and other papers of James Marshall Osborn, officer of the committee and collector of its materials; together with minutes, newsletters, reference and publicity materials, drafts of proposed charters, working papers, newspaper articles, National Municipal League conference papers, court papers, and general statistics
Litchfield Historical Society
Litchfield High School newspapers and concert and commencement programs, church and concert programs, photographs, news clippings, materials relating to Camp Rainbow Y.T.C. (Youth Temperance Council) Encampment, and Charlotte Deming essays (1880s)
New London County Historical Society
Judgement of court in favor of Christopher Latham vs. Giles Chester for share in voyage of schooner Union to Nova Scotia in August 1795. Affidavit signed by Eben Ledyard, 19 Nov. 1795; record of judgement signed by Thomas Avery, justice of the peace, Groton, on 2 Dec. 1795
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Typescript papers of nineteen students in "The American Suburb" class of Dolores Hayden, Yale School of Architecture, focusing on Guilford, Conn -- Subjects include historic preservation, open spaces, regionalism, suburban development, women and children, lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, and salt marshes, forests, transportation, New Haven and Guilford greens, commercial centers, housing, and minorities
New Haven Museum & Historical Society Library
Correspondence; research notes and other papers, relating to Stiles's A History of Three of the Judges of King Charles I (1794), including papers of the John Dixwell family; personal notes, lists, research notes, illustrations, his "itineraries" (writings on Connecticut Indians), and maps and plans of Connecticut fortifications and towns; receipted bills and other financial papers; and miscellaneous materials -- Includes material on Hebrew language, ecclesiastical history, philosophy, science, and theology
New London County Historical Society
Land deeds, deeds for shares in ships, correspondence, estate papers, receipts and bonds to his legatees, with accounts of the administrators. Other topics include African Americans in Stonington, Conn., slaves, shipbuilding, carpentry, and tanneries in New London, Conn. Other persons represented include Henry Coit, Abel McEwen, Moses Warren, Mary Richards Benjamin, George and Samuel Hobron, Archibald Mercer, John D. Wheat, David Beebe, Josiah Rogers, John Bishop, Wm. T. Davis, Samuel Jeffery, Orlando Gorton, John W. Morgan, and Leonard Smith. Other entities represented include Perkins & Smith, sloop Washington, ship Dover, bark Hannah Brewer, and bark Nathaniel S. Perkins