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Anna Seward poems

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2010-76-0
Scope and Contents Two poems written by Anna Seward: "Address to the River Tweed, on Mr. Scott's Having Chosen His Habitation on Its Banks" dated Lichfield, April 17, 1805; and "The Grave of Youth", undated. These are probably from Lichfield, England
Dates: Created: 1805

Stoddard family papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1997-34-0
Scope and Contents The papers (1703-1906) of the Stoddard family of Litchfield, Conn., including correspondence, deeds, documents related to estates, legal documents, financial records, and other items. John Stoddard (1674/5-1727/8) of Wethersfield, Conn., was one of the original proprietors of Litchfield. He married Sarah Camp. Their children were Lydia, Moses, Sarah, Jerusha, Mary, John, Abigail, James, Josiah, and Prudence. Moses Stoddard (1700/1-1777) married Ruth Goodwin. Their children were Hannah, Jerusha,...
Dates: Created: 1703-1906; Other: Majority of material found in 1703-1851; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1997

The Old Governor's Report of the Battle of Blue Swamp [poem]

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2010-124-0
Dates: Created: undated

Truman Guild school books

 Collection — Box: 4
Identifier: 00-1975-97-27,28,30, 32, 33-0
Scope and Contents The Truman Guild school books collection (1975-27,28,30, 32, and 33-0) is a collection of four volumes of school books created by Truman Guild. The notebooks cover various topics such as arithmetic, poetry, Greek poetry and translations, drawings, penmanship, and many other topics. One of the volumes contains a poem that was published in the Litchfield Enquirer, and another volume contains a list of all the books that Guild had read to date. Please see the below detailed descriptions for more...
Dates: Created: 1821-1874; Other: Date acquired: 02/09/1977

Willis Family papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2010-140-0
Scope and Contents A poem by Sara Payson Willis, dated Boston, March 11, 1829 that is addressed to Miss Urania Phillip Battelle in Norfolk, Conn. Also part of an undated letter from Nathaniel Parker Willis, Sara's brother, to Urania. Urania Battell and Sara Payson Willis were students at the Hartford Female Seminary in 1829.
Dates: Created: 1829 Mar 11