Showing Collections: 1 - 4 of 4
Litchfield (Conn.). Town records
Series 1 is records (2011-22-0, .42 linear feet) that consist of orders signed by the selectmen of Litchfield, Conn., naming an administrator, or overseer, who was typically a responsible town resident, to direct and oversee the affairs of a potentially indigent town resident. The collection also includes bills submitted to the town for expenses rendered by overseers, merchants, and institutions caring for the poor, insane, and indigent.
Town of Litchfield records
Advertisements, bills, correspondence, tax abatement list, correspondence and orders related to town roads, and other records related to the Town of Litchfield.
Milton History Day proclamation
Proclamation of the Town of Litchfield that Aug. 18, 1984, be designated Milton History Day, signed by Charles A. Dobos, First Selectman. The organ and stained glass window in the Trinity Episcopal Church and the National Register of Historic Places designation of the David Welch house are cited.
Records regarding investigating committee and selectmen
Records relating to an unspecified investigating committee and selectmen, including a petition, accounting documents, lists of orders drawn, outstanding orders, amount of claims paid, and other documents.