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Aaron Gaylord of Hartford, Conn. was a merchant and ship owner. The papers consist of correspondence, accounts and miscellaneous business papers relating to his local accounts and shipments on various vessels.
Letters between various members of the Aaron Hand Family mostly regarding family matters. Writers include Bayard Epenetus Hand, Aaron Hicks Hand and his wife Elizabeth Coit Boswell Hand, Isaac Platt Hand, and Nancy Fanning Boswell, Elizabeth's stepmother. Elizabeth Coit Boswell Hand was originally from Norwich, Conn.
Gov. Ribicoff's correspondence, subject files, flood of 1955 files, highway safety files, 1958 campaign files, appointment files, speeches, media articles, and press files.
The Advisory Committee on Fuel was formed by Governor McConaughy in 1947, to come up with solutions for the possible severe fuel oil shortage during the coming winter.
Correspondence, notes, genealogy manuscripts, periodicals and photographs related to the Beach family.
Index cards of ancestral registers compiled by Algot G. Stenberg.
Contains information on Post meetings and activities compiled by Post historian Gilbert H. Miner.
Seven notebooks of genealogical material dealing with the Howard family.
Probate record books, 1849-1941; Probate files, 1787-1946.
Appropriations Committee meeting files and block grant material.
The club was formed on November 27, 1879, composed of any soldier or sailor honorably discharged and sponsored by a member, and seems to have limited itself to Civil War veterans. Annual dinner meetings were held, usually in Hartford. It disbanded in 1936.
The Club was organized prior to 1909 with the purpose “to associate those actively or otherwise interested in the various branches of the arts and crafts for mutual benefit; to foster and promote interest in the handicrafts. . . and to encourage and stimulate. . . wider participation in and appreciation of good craftwork in all its branches.”
Probate record books, None; Probate files, 1865-1944.
Probate record books, None; Probate files, 1844-1905.
The Commission was established by Public Act 79-563 to inquire into, study and report on the desirability of legislation to limit the extent to which a bank holding company, whether organized under the laws of Connecticut or any other state, may maintain an office or conduct any business in Connecticut through a subsidiary of such holding company.
Meeting transcripts from 1972.
The Banks Committee has cognizance of all matters relating to banks, savings banks, bank and trust companies, savings and loan associations, credit unions, the supervision of the sale of securities, fraternal benefit societies and all legislation dealing with secured and unsecured lending. Consists of meeting documents including notices, agendas, minutes, attendance, and roll calls; bill books, and correspondence.
Collected published annual meeting minutes and Sunday school convention minutes from Baptist Associations of Connecticut. The collection contains the following Baptist associations minutes: Ashford, Danbury, Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, New Haven, New London, Stonington, Stonington Union, Otsego (New York), and Shaftsbury.
Probate record books, 1825-1977; Probate files, 1834-1906.
Probate record books, 1854-1958; Probate files, 1833-1976.
Probate record books, 1859-1976; Probate files, 1859-1929.
In 1981, the General Assembly created this bipartisan commission to “conduct a study and undertake an analysis of state tax revenue, state tax laws, administration of state tax laws, and state fiscal policy in relation to tax revenue.”
The Senate created the Committee in August 2007 to review Sen. Louis DeLuca's actions leading up to his guilty plea on a misdemeanor threatening charge.
The Board of Capitol Commissioners oversaw construction of a new State Capitol building in Hartford.
The Connecticut Board of Examiners of Embalmers was established in 1903. Its function is to examine and license embalmers and to make and enforce regulations for the practice of that profession. In 1941 the act was amended to include provisions for licensing funeral directors. Now known as the Connecticut Board of Examiners of Embalmers and Funeral Directors, the Board works closely with the Department of Public Health.
In 1895 the Fish Commissioners became the Commissioners of Fisheries and Game charged with "the supervision of hatcheries and retaining ponds, the introduction and distribution of such food fish and game as are adapted to the waters or lands of this State, and the enforcement of all laws relating to fish and game." The Commission became the State Board of Fisheries and Game in 1913.
The Board of Pardons had jurisdiction over the granting of and authority to grant, commutations of punishment or releases, conditional or absolute, commutations from the penalty of death, and pardons, conditional or absolute.
The Board of Parole made release decisions based upon the likelihood that released prisoners would remain at liberty without violating the terms and conditions of their parole agreement and supervised those who are granted parole.
- Language: English X
- Correspondence 218
- Reports 141
- Minutes 129
- Photographs 75
- Clippings 68
- Connecticut -- Genealogy 45
- Genealogies 43
- Scrapbooks 39
- Membership lists 32
- Financial records 31
- Press releases 28
- Connecticut -- History -- Sources 25
- Pamphlets 23
- Transcripts 20
- Agendas 19
- Account books 17
- Notebooks 17
- Hartford (Conn.) 16
- Maps 16
- Publications 16 ∧ less
- Governor. [O'Neill, William A.] 1
- Judicial Department. 1
- Wyllys, Samuel 1