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American Civil War Printed ephemera
Six documents pertaining to the U.S. Civil War including a recruiting broadside "Litchfield Awake!"; a broadside that begins with, "Grand Paraid [sic] of Ye Heroes who furnished Substitutes"; a broadside, "To the Rescue!"; a clipping from the Litchfield Enquirer 1861 April 25; a "Souvenir for Memorial Night, May 30, 1892"; and a program for the forty-seventh annual reunion of the 19th Connecticut Infantry and the Second Connecticut Heavy Artillery held September 11, 1912.
Adrian Atkins collection
One folder of brochures and other ephemera related to Litchfield area businesses and points of interest and Connecticut's tercentenary.
James Baldwin Diary
Estate of Charles H. Barber and unknown account book
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.
Hezekiah Barce promissory note
Jane M. Bentley Research Materials
1972-64-1 & 2 and 1972-67-0
The Jane M. Bentley Research Materials collection (1972-64-1; 1972-64-2; 1972-67-0) is a collection of papers, items, newspaper clippings, and other miscellaneous items collected, created, and/or used by Jane Merritt Bentley while researching her Great Great Grandfather Salmon Giddings. Please see the below detailed descriptions for more specific information about the collection and particular information for each item. The collection is housed in 3A Box 34.
Civil War Veterans record book
William H. Cone diary
Connecticut. Militia. Regiment, 1st, Company 4th
Enlistment in the Fourth Co. of the First Regiment of Infantry of the Military Corps formed for the defense of the State of Connecticut. Signatures of 7 subscribers enlisting. Colonel Timothy Shepard was the commander of the Regiment, and Samuel Waugh was Captain. The men listed in the Company served from Aug. 3, 1813 to Sept. 16, 1813.
Constitutional History of Connecticut
Manuscript draft with corrections of a constitutional history of Connecticut by Samuel Church.