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Two volumes of minutes and correspondence in chronological order, 1984-2003.
Descendant lists of 32 separate Palmer immigrants in America. Contains wills, census records, cemetery records, proofs of descent, and correspondence. Also contans a typed manuscript that has been published as Palmer Families in America, Vols. I & III.
Genealogical notes on the Raymond Family in England.
Genealogical material on the Atwood family and collateral lines.
The Hubbard Family Association held its first meeting in 1856. As of 2007, the Association was still meeting. The 2007 meeting was held in West Haven, Connecticut which was the Association's 150th reunion.
Correspondence between Hugh Montgomery and Anna Roberts during their courtship from March to October 1865.
The Commission was responsible for the development, adoption, and implementation of the Human Services Plan for Connecticut.
Prominent United States, Connecticut and Hartford people, state officials and governors. circa 1,000 photographs, prints, negatives, family albums. Click here to see the scanned paper finding aid and container list (pdf).
Insurance and Real Estate Committee public hearing transcripts and testimony.
The International Order of the King's Daughters and Sons was an “international, interdenominational, inter-racial [sic] organization for development of spiritual life and stimulation of Christian activities,” the Connecticut Branch is composed of a number of local “circles” which met periodically.
Record books, 1862-1967; Probate files, 1903-1975.
Irene Mix Root (1887-1949) was the genealogist for the Colonial Dames Society. These papers contain her genealogy notes and register files.
Papers and documents from the private and public life of Connecticut Representative and Speaker of the House Irving J. Stolberg.
Correspondence, legislative data, financial records, legal case files, and appointment books kept by a Connecticut businessman, investor, lawyer and political boss of the Republican Party in Connecticut in the early 20th century.
James Bradford Olcott (1830-1910) was a horticulturist and writer from Manchester, Conn. Correspondence, diaries, photographs, plat books of the Manchester Turf Garden, file of agricultural articles from the Hartford Courant by Olcott, letters from a trip around Cape Horn and life in Sacramento, California.
Gov. James L. McConaughy and Gov. James C. Shannon's correspondence, subject files, and board and commission files.
James L. McConaughy was President of Wesleyan University, 1925-1943, and Governor of the State of Connectuct, 1947 until his death on March 7, 1948. Included in his papers are correspondence, speeches, photographs, and the scrapbook he kept while attending Yale from 1905-1909.
Included are genealogical notes, forms, correspondence, photographs, and scrapbook of genealogical notes on the Blin family.
Contains notes, correspondence, photocopies of genealogical works, and miscellaneous genealogical research on various families. There are also a variety of genealogical newsletters concentrating on different families.
Gov. Lodge's correspondence, subject files, and state agency files.
Gov. Dempsey's correspondence, reading files, subject files, agency files, National Governors' Conference files, New England Governors' Conference files, speeches, official statements, articles, and press releases.
John Gray & Co. appears to have operated a general store and cotton factory in Lisbon, Connecticut. The records consist of account books, a cashbook, daybooks, ledgers, letter books, check stubs, and time books.
Gov. John H. Trumbull's subject files.
Includes photocopy of a letter from C.B. Skinner, Berlin, Wisconsin, to Lester C. Skinner, Cleveland, Ohio, January 2, 1900; memo dated April 21, 1986 containing genealogical chart showing genealogical connections of persons mentioned in the letter; and a letter from Robert S. Scharpff, Honolulu, Hawaii to the Connecticut State Library, April 21, 1986 describing the volume's provenance and other useful genealogical information.