Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
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 First National Bank of Litchfield depositor signatures (1930-31-0) is a bound volume containing records from 1816-1902. The First National Bank of Litchfield was originally the Phoenix Bank. It underwent a name change in 1860. The bulk of the volume is comprised of signatures of depositors at the bank. Also present are a small amount of newspaper clippings. The item is currently housed in 3A Box 36.
Dates: Created: 1816-1902; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1929
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents Records regarding The First National Bank of Litchfield include a statement of condition, 1958; "The First National Bank of Litchfield, 1814-1819" booklet; "Push or A. Fiver's Busy Day," leaflet distributed on the occasion of Litchfield's 250th anniversary; and an undated photograph of a display of historical aritfacts of the bank under an outdoor tent.
Dates: Created: 1939-1969; Other: Date acquired: 12/08/2011
Scope and Contents The papers of New York City banker and businessman Samuel Flewwelling (1774 or 5-1849) primarily relating to property held by his wife, Julia Elvira Canfield Flewwelling (1791-1868), and him in the Western Reserve, later Ohio. Following Samuel's death, the properties were managed by William Mackay (1795-1873), a New York City businessman and the husband of Caroline Emma Canfield Mackay. The collections includes indentures, agreements, leases, deeds, statements and accounts, and...
Dates: Created: 1799-1868; Other: Date acquired: 01/03/2010
Scope and Contents The Bernice Fuessenich collection consists of photographs, invoices, programs, invitations, advertising, brochures, dance cards, calling cards, and other ephemera documenting cultural, social, religious, and business activities in Litchfield, Conn., 1897-1976. Among the subjects covered are drama productions, church dedications and services, horse shows, minstrel shows, dances and balls, businesses and restaurants. There are also receipts for goods and services. Some of the papers relate to the...
Dates: Created: 1897-1976; Other: Date acquired: 01/02/2005
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The papers of the Guion family of Litchfield. Brothers Hobart Guion (1869-1950) and George Guion (1870-1962) married sisters Harriet Cutler McAllister (1880-1977) and Amelia Hamilton McAllister (1877-1962), respectively. The McAllister sisters were the nieces of New York social arbiter Samuel Ward McAllister, who coined the term "the 400" to describe, in his opinion, the elite New York society members who mattered. Items include photographs of family members and subjects in and around...
Dates: Created: circa 1870-1977; Other: Date acquired: 07/12/2006
Scope and Contents The Hack and Eraclito collection consists of papers which relate to the former Westleigh Inn of Litchfield, Conn., owned by Joseph J. Hack, Jr., Daniel J. Hack, and Frank Eraclito. The inn was in operation from 1946 until it was sold in 1973. The collection consists of incorporation, subscriber, and stock records; menus; advertisements, ad mattes, and news clippings; photographs of building interiors, exteriors, the owners and their families, and the staff; menus; thank you notes and tributes;...
Dates: Created: 1945-1972; Other: Date acquired: 02/06/1981
Scope and Contents The business records of John DaRoss & Sons, Inc., 1949-1989, document the activities of an excavation and landscaping business located in Litchfield, CT. The records includes customer accounts ledgers and cash books; work sheets, which describe projects undertaken; bills and invoices; payroll annd time records; and administrative records, such as insurance, inventory, tax, and other records.The company firm took on a wide variety of jobs in the Litchfield area, including a large...
Scope and Contents The Jones and Kilbourn families papers document several generations of two families who lived primarily in Litchfield, Conn., principally Eaton Jones (1729-1791), Eaton Jones (1762-1838), Charles Jones (1797-1891), George Eaton Jones (1849-1927), Mary M. Jones (1851-1930), and Eaton Jones (1897-1971). George Eaton Jones married Mary Braman (1864-1927), a granddaughter of Payne Kenyon Kilbourne (1815-1859). In addition, there are third-party papers that relate to the American Revolutionary War...
Dates: Created: 1747-1959; Other: Date acquired: 03/08/1972