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Harriman, Mary Jones Bostwick to Bostwick, William

2015-86-0

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Identifier: 2015-86-0
Content Description

Mary Jones Lewis Bostwick to William Warner Bostwick (2015-86-0) Letter from Mary Bostwick to William Bostwick. Mary writes to her brother William, a student at Trinity College. She thanked him for his previous letter, mentioned a chimney fire and playing Charades. Other names mentioned are Uncle Jones, Mr. Benedict, Aunt Parmelee, Aunt Annie, Celeste (her sister), Edward Seymore, Eliza Migeon, George, Mr Hutchinson

Dates: 1850

William Grant Heyer letter

00-2005-05-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2005-05-0
Scope and Contents

A letter from William Grant Heyer in Norwalk to the Wardens and Vestrymen of St. Michael's Church in Litchfield offering his services as clergyman in the Church since that position is vacant.

Dates: Created: 1838 May 21; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/2004

Andrew Jackson letter

00-2009-85-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2009-85-0
Scope and Contents

Andrew Jackson in Washington acknowledges the letter of W. H. Peck in Brooklyn and thanks him for the gift of a hat made by Peck.

Dates: Created: 1837 Mar 4

John P. Jackson letters

00-2010-123-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2010-123-0
Scope and Contents

A letter dated from Litchfield, 6 July 1825, from a Committee of the Law Office, to John P. Jackson thanking him for his oration delivered at Litchfield on July 4th and asking Jackson for a copy to be published. Also a letter from Edward D. Mansfield in Cincinnati, dated 15 June 1826, to John P. Jackson in Newark, NJ commenting on Jackson's letter to him concerning his visit to Litchfield and mutual friends.

Dates: Created: 1825-1826

Ephraim Kirby letter

00-2009-46-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2009-46-0
Scope and Contents

A letter from Ephraim Kirby in Litchfield to John Cotton Smith, attorney at law in Sharon (Conn.) asking Smith to arrest a young man (unnamed) who read law under him and did not pay his fees. Mr. Kirby thinks that the young man is keeping a school in Amenia, NY.

Dates: Created: 1787 Apr 16

Edward J. Litwin papers

2015-20-0

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Identifier: 2015-20-0
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Litman, Edward (2015-20-0) Newspaper clippings in reference to Edward Litwin tell of family life andmilitary life. A post card to his wife sent from London, England while he was in the army.

Dates: 1944

Albert Malaforte papers

00-1984-35-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-1984-35-0
Scope and Contents

Two empty envelopes addressed to Minor Tyrrel, New Milford, Litchfield County, Conn.;and a letter from Isaac J. Tyrrel to Minor Tyrrel with genealogical information about the Tyrrel family from Benjamin Tyrrel in 1807 to Caroline Tyrrel born in 1848. Also a letter to Colonel Dan Carter in Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut from [ ] Rouse Carter in Provenne[?], dated July 20, 1845 with news of his family.

Dates: Created: 1845-1848; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1983

Clarissa Marsh letters

00-1991-103-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-1991-103-0
Scope and Contents

Letters of Clarissa Marsh (Mrs. Truman Marsh) in Litchfield to her daughters, Catharine Barker (Mrs. Jacob Barker) and Delia Barnes (Mrs. Josiah Barnes), both residing in Buffalo (N.Y.)

Dates: Created: 1833-1856

Garry H. Minor papers

00-2009-108-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2009-108-0
Dates: Created: 1815-1824

James Morris letter

00-2009-109-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2009-109-0
Scope and Contents

James Morris in Litchfield (Conn.) writes to John Fitch in Windham about some private business concerning Mr. Hooker, joking about "visiting the ladies", and wishing that Mr. Fitch had visited him when he was is the area.

Dates: Created: 1803 Aug 30

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