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Scope and Contents Records of the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Litchfield are in two series. Series 1. Thomas Babbitt, chairman: Correspondence, minutes, subject files, decals, ephemera, drawings, and other materials. Series 2. Barbara MacDonald, commission member: Correspondence, minutes, subject files, decals, ephemera, a photograph, drawings, publications, and other materials. Also included are objects, such as a key chain, a bumper sticker, and playing cards.
Dates: Created: 1974-1977
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Record of the Board of Relief of the Town of Litchfield listing persons indebted to residents of this state, abatements of poll tax, miscellaneous alterations of list, abatements on assessment, and persons to whom the board added money at interest.
Dates: Created: 1845; Other: Date acquired: 05/09/2012
Scope and Contents The Malcolm and Carol Bramley collection of Litchfield Historic District papers includes the final National Historic Landmark nomination form, 1986; National Historic Landmark draft nomination forms, 1986; National Register of Historic Places final nomination form, 1976; "The Historical Archeology of Culture and Society in the Center Village of Litchfield, Connecticut," by Russell G. Handsman, 1984; "Another City Upon a Hill: Litchfield, Connecticut, and the Colonial Revival," by William J. H....
Dates: Created: 1976-1986; Other: Date acquired: 03/10/2003
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Call certificate authorized by an act of Congress, Mar. 23, 1863, no. 2018, $100,000 deposited in the treasury at Columbia, S.C.
Dates: Created: 1863 Oct 1; Other: Date acquired: 06/09/2012
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
Scope and Contents The Janet Flynn collection contains papers related to the Litchfield Charter Commission, 1967-1971, and includes working papers, research materials and charters of other towns, drafts, memoranda, agreements, notes, newsletters, minutes, and miscellaneous documents.
Dates: Created: 1967-1971; Other: Date acquired: 10/07/2006
Scope and Contents The personal papers of Nan Ferguson Heminway (1920-2006), whose professional career spanned 50 years. She took up permanent residence in 1971 in Litchfield and decorated many historic homes. She was extensively involved with historic preservation, the Garden Club, and the Litchfield Historical Society. The papers consist of files related to Hemingway's decorating projects and professional activities and include notes, correspondence, minutes, reports, wallpaper samples, carpet samples, drawings...
Dates: Created: 1953-2003; Other: Date acquired: 05/10/2000
Scope and Contents The Thomas Hogan Litchfield Schools Planning Committee papers document the Committee's work to formulate options for the renovation and expansion of Litchfield's intermediate and high schools. The committee met in 2002 and early 2003, submitting its final report in February. Litchfield attorney Thomas Hogan was a member of the committee, and the collection consists of his records, which include news clippings, Board of Education minutes, Hogan's remarks and letters to the editor, Building...
Dates: Created: 2002-2003; Other: Date acquired: 03/05/2005
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Official record of the Board of Burgesses of the Borough of Litchfield.
Dates: Created: 1880-1888; Other: Date acquired: 01/12/2002
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
- Subject: Government records X
- Litchfield (Conn.) 2
- Litchfield (Conn.). Borough 2
- National Register of Historic Places 2
- American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Litchfield 1
- Babbitt, Thomas 1
- Bramley, Malcolm 1
- Camp family 1
- Commissioner (County Commissioner) 1
- Confederate States of America. Department of the Treasury 1
- Crutch & MacDonald (Litchfield, Conn.) 1
- Doyle, Robert 1
- Flynn, Janet (Resident of Litchfield, Conn.) 1
- Heminway, Nan Ferguson, 1920-2006 1
- Hill family 1
- Hogan, Thomas F., 1945- 1
- Litchfield Charter Commission 1
- Litchfield Flood Control Commission 1
- Litchfield Historic District 1
- Litchfield Historic District Advisory Commission 1
- Litchfield Historical Society 1
- Litchfield Historical Society (Conn.) 1
- Litchfield Historical and Architectural Commission 1
- Litchfield Schools Planning Committee 1
- MacDonald, Barbara 1
- Miller, William 1
- National Historic Landmarks Program (U.S.) 1
- Pikosky, Andrew 1
- Pikosky, Edward 1
- Smith family 1 ∧ less