Minnesota Historical Society
Records for physicians, veterinarians, dentists, and basic sciences. Also includes records of ordination registration
Minnesota Historical Society
Minnesota Historical Society
Records or registers for physicians, dentists, veterinarians, optometrists, chiropractors, massage licenses, andd ordination credentials
Connecticut Historical Society
Handwritten notes for sermons and full sermons by Daniel Wadsworth, minister at the First Church of Christ in Hartford, Connecticut. Includes Thanksgiving and fast day sermons. A significant number of sermons are undated
Connecticut Historical Society
Photocopy of the diary of David Ogden. A minister, Ogden kept the diary while traveling in 1844
Connecticut Historical Society
Copy of a typescript of Mrs. Cowles' manuscript, transcribed by Mrs. Philip Plumb in the winter of 1952-1953. There were four volumes, and their contents are now housed in individual folders. Volume 1 contains information on the inhabitants of South Farms (now Morris), Connecticut, from Alvord to Picket and covering the years 1720-1893. Volume 2 covers the names Pierpont to Woodruff. Volume 3 contains information on ministers of South Farms and about Morris Academy. Volume 4 contains the genealogy of the Woodruff family
Connecticut Historical Society
Record of the early formation of the church in Wethersfield, Connecticut, settling the first minister, first members, later ministers, deacons, construction of the first meetinghouse, and information on the church records. The most recent event recorded was the 1840 fire that destroyed the meetinghouse
Connecticut Historical Society
Diary, letters written to Charles Husband, and letters written to his wife, Hattie. The diary was kept by Husband in 1865 while he was attending college. Husband was a clergyman in Connecticut
Connecticut Historical Society
Primarily correspondence among several generations of a Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut, family. The correspondence describes daily life of an upper middle class family, a number of whom became doctors, lawyers and ministers and lived and traveled all over the world. Adrian R. Terry wrote to his family while in Ecuador, 1931-1932, trying to establish his medical practice there. He received numerous letters in return. Of particular note are bills for medical supplies shipped from New York City to Adrian in South America. Alfred Terry described his studies at Yale, 1817-1819, and with Judge Gould in Litchfield, Conn., 1823-1824. Charles A. Terry wrote from Cleveland, Ohio, where he practiced as a physician. Catherine Terry Bacon and Leonard Bacon raised eleven children all of whom carried on a correspondence with each other and with their mother. Their children were Rebecca T. Bacon, who was a noted educator, Leonard W. Bacon, George B. Bacon (who in 1855 sailed to Hong Kong and ... Read More
Connecticut Historical Society
A short history of the church in Gaylord's' Bridge (New Milford), Connecticut. Elijah Baldwin was pastor of the church