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Brewster Family scrapbook

00-1987-39-0

 Collection
Identifier: 00-1987-39-0
Scope and Contents The Brewster Family scrapbook (1961-39-0) cover the years 1948-1956. The scrapbook contains a variety of items relating to the Brewster family during these years. Many newspaper clippings, letters, cards, and church programs are included in the album. Many of the items relate to the ninetieth birthday of Rev. William J. Brewster. Other items regarding Philip B. Brewster, James Brewster, William Brewster, Mary B. rewster, and others are present in the album as well. The item is currently housed...

History of First Church of Christ Congregational Church

00-2011-117-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-2011-117-0
Scope and Contents The History of First Church of Christ Congregational Church collection (2011-117-0) is a collection of papers and a manuscript found in Small Acquisitions. The collection pertains to a history and list of members of the First Church of Christ Congregational Church in Litchfield Connecticut. Leonard Woolsey Bacon the pastor of the church was compiling a list of members from 1721 (when the church was founded) to 1859 (when he was pastor of the church). The collection contains two letters from...

Margaret Swartwout Sanford papers

00-1973-31-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-1973-31-0
Scope and Contents Papers related to the genealogy of Margaret Swartwout Sanford of Litchfield, Conn., including her D.A.R. application materials, her eulogy by Howard Frederic Dunn and David Fyodor Gurniak of St. Michael's Church, obituaries of her grandfather Rollin Sanford (1806-1879), news clippings related to members of the Swartwout family, and other documents.

Mary B. Brewster papers

1954-47-0

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Identifier: 1954-47-0
Scope and Contents The Mary B. Brewster papers (1954-47-0, .42 linear feet) consist of materials related to Brewster's book, St. Michael's Parish, Litchfield, Connecticut, 1745-1954: A Biography of a Parish and of Many Who Have Served It, published in 1954. The papers include manuscripts, galleys, a memorandum, and a cover illustration by William Edwards.

St. Michael's Church Book of Memorials

2011-111-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 2011-111-0
Scope and Contents The St. Michael's Church Book of Memorials (2011-111-0) is a record book about gifts given to St. Michael's Church in Litchfield, Connecticut from 1837-1943. The book appears to be a handwritten copy of an original because the handwriting in the book looks the same in the 1940's as it does in the 1830's. The book gives the name of the item, the year it was given, who gave the item, and then a discription of the item. The record only uses about 31 pages of the book. In the back of the book there...

St. Michael's Parish records

1988-09-0

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Identifier: 1988-09-0
Abstract The records of St. Michael's Parish (1988-09-0) consist of membership lists; certificates of membership and leaving the church; tax lists; early financial records; a few photographs of the church and its rectors; miscellaneous histories and programs for events; and maps of the Litchfield Land Company lands, 1939-1959.

Truman Marsh papers

00-1906-05-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-1906-05-0
Scope and Contents Papers of Reverend Truman Marsh, minister of St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Litchfield from 1799-1829.

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.

William J. Brewster album

00-2011-50-0

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Identifier: 00-2011-50-0
Scope and Contents The William J. Brewster album (2011-50-0) was given to Rev. William J. Brewster by his Sheltering Arms Congregation in 1933 for his seventy-fifth birthday. The album contains birthday wishes and signatures from campers who attended Camp White and Camp Gould. These were camps run by the Episcopal Church for inner city orphans and located on Bantam Lake. Camp White was for the girls and Camp Gould for the boys. The camps were in operation from as early as 1933 to at least 1940. Included in the...

William J. Brewster papers

00-1986-28-0

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 00-1986-28-0
Scope and Contents Territory of South Dakota teacher's territorial certificate, 1883; typed memoirs "The making of a state: a tenderfoot in South Dakota"; a letter from Frederick Budlong regarding Brewster's resignation as rector of St. Michael's Parish, 1935; and a letter from Bradford Anderson regarding Anderson's genealogical connection to William Brewster of the Mayflower, 1942.