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Robert Doyle collection

2003-48-0

 Collection
Identifier: 2003-48-0
Scope and Contents The Robert Doyle collection contains papers regarding Crutch & MacDonald, a Litchfield, Conn., drug store; other Litchfield businesses; and activities of the Borough of Litchfield government. The papers include druggists catalogues and literature, late 1800s; a letter written by Robert Doyle regarding the sale of Crutch & MacDonald, 1994; bills and receipts, early twentieth century; documents relating to the sale and lease of Crutch & MacDonald and its antecedent iterations,...
Dates: Created: 1870-1994; Other: Date acquired: 02/07/2005

Litchfield (Conn.). Town records

2011-22-0

 Collection
Identifier: 2011-22-0
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: Other: Date acquired: 03/04/2012

Miscellaneous papers

2002-64-0

 Collection
Identifier: 2002-64-0
Scope and Contents

Papers relating to families and activities in Litchfield, including correspondence related to Camp, Smith, Hill, and other families; deeds; contracts and other legal documents relating to highway and bridge construction and maintenance; Reports of the Selectmen and Treasurer of the Town of Litchfield, 1890-1911; Road Schedules; Charter and Bylaws of the Town of Litchfield, 1862; and other papers.

Dates: Created: 1841-1956; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/2002

Returns concerning jails for the county of Litchfield

2015-11-0

 Item
Identifier: 2015-11-0
Content Description Returns concerning jails for the county of Litchfield (2015-11-0). Yearly tally for people jailed and why in Litchfield, March 31, 1865. List counts how many people were jailed during 1865 broken into category types such as age, race and gender. The lists also counts those discharged and why. On a yearly basis every county commissioner was to send the information to the Secetary of State who would then send the information on to the legislature. The form is signed by the secretary of state,...
Dates: 1865-03-31