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Record books, 1834-1938; Probate files, None.
Record books, None; Probate files, 1854-1930; Wills, 1929-1985.
Record books, 1832-1878; Probate files, None.
Gov. Wilbur L. Cross's correspondence and subject files.
Photographs and autographs of prominent persons of the World War I period, with correspondence, plates, negatives, cuts and clippings. Includes three large indexed volumes. Click here to see the scanned paper finding aid and container list (pdf).
William Francis Joseph Boardman was born in Wethersfield, Connecticut on December 12, 1828 to William and Mary (Francis) Boardman. The collection consists of outgoing letters of William F.J. Boardman relating to genealogy, descriptions of coats of arms of Boardman and allied families; historical extracts; genealogies of the Boardman, Francis, Deming and Wright families; and a record book.
Correspondence, simple contract between William Hooker Gillette (1853-1937) and the Lambs Club in New York City, photo scrapbook, clippings and miscellaneous items concerning children and cats, circa 1895-1936. Click here to see the scanned paper finding aid and container list (pdf).
The papers consist of materials pertaining to William S. Goslee's legal and personal affairs. Goslee was a lawyer for the town of Glastonbury and was active in town politics, church and school issues.
Willis H. Birge was a farmer and a tobacco grower in Windsor Locks, Conn.
Record books, 1838-1924; Probate files, 1838-1912.
The Windham County Historical Society was founded in July 1935 at Mortlake, the summer home of Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt in Brooklyn, Connecticut. Its purpose was to encourage the study and collection of all types of material and information of historical value to Windham County.
Record books, 1719-1921; Bond record books, 1881-1966; Probate files, 1719-1961.
Record books, 1855-1953; Probate files, 1847-1977, bulk 1855-1976.
Record books, 1719-1944; Probate files, 1720-1949.
Record books, None; Probate files, 1831-1975.
Minutes of meetings, accounts and member records of a local law enforcement society.
The Works Progress Administration (W.P.A.) was established in May 1935 as a central organ of control for the relief projects supported by the United States Government. In Connecticut, Offices were opened in New Haven, with later district offices in several other cities.
Zelotes Long was a merchant from Coventry, Connecticut. Letters, bills, receipts, estate inventories, and assessment forms with property descriptions, 1820. Click here to see the scanned paper finding aid and container list (pdf).