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00. Small Acquisitions

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 Record Group
Identifier: 00
Small or single item collections which are housed together.

Found in 1059 Collections and/or Records:

Isaac Baldwin deed

00-1933-20-0

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-1933-20-0
Scope and Contents

Deed from Isaac Baldwin to John Thomson, Jr. dated 11 Dec 1805 for a 23 acre piece of land in Goshen (Conn). Witnessed by Jesse Beach and Samuel Hopkins.

Dates: Created: 1805 Dec 11; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1933

James Baldwin Diary

00-1951-12-0

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-1951-12-0
Scope and Contents The James Baldwin Diary (1951-12-0) is a small diary containing a few pages of genealogical information of the Baldwin family including birth and death dates for several family members and describing how his family originally came to Litchfield. The majority of the diary is a retelling of American Revolutionary War. In part of the diary, Baldwin mentions the battle of Harlem Heights and a speech by George Washington. The diary was most likely written by James Baldwin, but the diary was most...
Dates: Created: Before 1843; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1951

Phineas Baldwin and Reuben Webster journal

00-2010-110-0

 Collection
Identifier: 00-2010-110-0
Scope and Contents The journal of Phineas Baldwin (abt. 1847-1817) and Reuben Webster (1757-1833) documents the activites of two men in Litchfield, Conn.  Baldwin traded in a variety of commodities and services with Litchfield residents, such as wood, veal, rice, tobacco, butter, and carting. His sections of the book run from 1784 to 1806. Another person, perhaps Reuben Webster, also used the book. In these sections, dating from 1817 through 1829, are several entries regarding Baldwin's estate, several...
Dates: Created: 1784-1829; Other: Date acquired: 09/04/2011

City of Baltimore note

00-1890-67-0

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-1890-67-0
Scope and Contents

City of Baltimore 6 1/4 cent note (shinplaster). No date is apparent.

Dates: Created: undated; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1889

Bank of the United States promissory note

00-2010-358-0

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-2010-358-0
Scope and Contents

Promissory note for 1,000 pounds sterling signed by Nicholas Biddle and Joseph Cowperthwait payable at the bank's agency in London.

Dates: Created: 1837 Oct 2; Other: Date acquired: 06/09/2012

Bantam Episcopal Society records

00-1971-78-23

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-1971-78-23
Scope and Contents

The Bantam Episcopal Society Records (1971-78-23) is a collection of records from 1796 through 1797. There are seven items in this collection. Six of the items are records of subscribers, records of meetings, or contracts. The last item is an assortment of miscellaneous small receipts and similar records. All these items relate to the building of a church in Bantam, Connecticut by the Bantam Episcopal Society which is also known as the West Episcopal Society.

Dates: Created: 1796 Feb 2 - 1797 Oct 2; Other: Date acquired: 07/05/1973

Bantam Tornado Photographs

00-2021-16-0

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 00-2021-16-0
Dates: 1989 Jul 10

Estate of Charles H. Barber and unknown account book

00-2010-256-0

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-2010-256-0
Scope and Contents

Account book with two areas of notation: One section relates to settling the accounts of the estate of Charles H. Barber and genealogical inquiries, 1904; the other is an account maintained by an unknown person who reused this account book to record income derived from the sale of eggs, chickens, cows, and other farm products, and labor, and personal and farm expenses, 1944-1946.

Dates: Created: 1904-1946

Francis E. Barber autograph book

00-2010-365-0

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-2010-365-0
Scope and Contents The autograph album of Francis E. Barber (1842-1862) contains messages and autographs of his fellow classmates at Fort Edward Institute located in Fort Edward, N.Y. The nature of the messages indicates that Barber had completed his course of study and was leaving the Institute. With the outbreak of the Civil War, Barber enlisted in the U.S. Army in Sept., 1861, and became a private in Co. E, 8th Connecticut Vounteers. He died from edema, then referred to as "dropsy," aboard the steamer...
Dates: Created: 1859; Other: Date acquired: 08/10/2010

Joseph Barber deed

00-2010-02-0

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-2010-02-0
Scope and Contents

Joseph Barber of Litchfield sells to Daniel McDonald of Watertown (Conn.) 3 pieces of land in Litchfield on Beach Street. One piece has a house and barn. Dated 26 March 1784 in Litchfield and witnessed by Daniel Rowe and Abraham Bradley, Justice of Peace.

Dates: Created: 1784 Mar 26