Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Taylor Loomis collection
Cookbook. "Wholesome Cooking Without Waste." Front cover inscribed with "Welch’s Grape Juice Sold by Morey & Perkins, General Merchandise, Bantam, Conn." "Two hundred well-tested recipes selected by Ethel Harris." Rand McNally & Company, Chicago, circa 1912. Machine punched hole. 5 5/8”x 7 5/8”, 32 pages.
This item has fire damage as a result of a fire that destroyed the Morey & Perkins store.
Ann McGurk collection
Marshall Field & Company department store advertising pamphlet, circa 1920; three World War II ration books; three illustrated pages (may have been part of a book); newspaper clipping, "Butler Announces Lindy's Baby Dead"; five unidentified (non-family) daguerreotypes; twenty slides marked "Cambridge, OH small town parade with many old cars, vintage gas station & motel."
James Moir collection
Newspaper clipping showing before and after views of buildings in Litchfield destroyed by fire in 1886.
Mildred Molumphy collection
Madison Square Garden Programme week commencing Sep. 21, 1891; three Litchfield 250th anniversary bumper stickers, 1969; three notice of public hearing flyers for a hearing to ban helliports in Litchfield, Jun. 25, 1987. Photographs of Litchfield events 1970-1977 include Litchfield Historical Plaque dedication; Bi-Centennial parade (1976); Fireman's parade; Litchfield Hills Road Race (1977); White Memorial Foundation carriage show (1970, 1974).
Litchfield County papers
Collection of papers related to Litchfield County, including bills, receipts, correspondence, deeds, judicial records, ephemera, and other documents. Towns represented include Goshen, Torrington, and Winchester.
Laura Hunt Ramsey collection
Laura Hunt Ramsey performed in Litchfield Summer Theatre productions during the 1952 season. Among the cast was Calvert DeForest, who became nationally known in the 1980s through his appearances as Larry (Bud) Melman on Late Night with David Letterman. The collection consists of news clippings, theater programs, post cards, and photographs relating to the Summer Theatre and Litchfield. There is also a drawing by Leonard Altobell of himself.
Margaret Swartwout Sanford papers
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.
James Smith collection
Calling card of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah White; business cards of Dwight C. Kilbourn and David A. Bradley, all undated.