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Woolen and worsted manufacture

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Judson Canfield papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1985-24-0
Scope and Contents The papers of Judson Canfield (1759-1840), consisting primarily of legal documents, including agreements, deeds, executions, receipts, statements, and correspondence and include a small collection of correspondence and writings relating to Walter Ferriss, whose daughter married Canfield's son. The papers are arranged in two series. Series 1, Judson Canfield papers, primarily consists of documents related to Canfield's law practice. Most involve matters in and around Sharon, Conn., but there...
Dates: Created: 1760-1856; Other: Date acquired: 05/10/1987

Wolcott family collection

 Collection
Identifier: 1906-04-0
Scope and Contents Correspondence chiefly between Frederick Wolcott (1767-1837), his wife Elizabeth (Betsey) Huntington  Wolcott (1774-1812), his brother Oliver Wolcott (1760-1833) who served as Secretary of the Treasury and Governor of Connecticut, and Jabez W. Huntington (1788-1847) who served as a U.S. Senator from Connecticut.  Topics include domestic news, local, state, regional and national politics, business affairs, church activities, trade with China and the merchant vessel Trident, raising merino sheep,...
Dates: Created: 1740-1844; Other: Majority of material found in 1790-1837; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1906

Wolcott, Oliver Letter

 Digital Record
Identifier: Digital Object ID ##ukpyhz
Dates: Digitized: 1810 Dec 21

Wolcottville Manufacturing Company certificate

 Item
Identifier: 00-2014-09-0
Content Description 1821 documentation after inspecting the productiveness and value of the Wolcottville Manufacturing Company by John R. Landon, an agent of the Phoenix Bank. The letter includes information about the laborers, machinery, cost and quality of blue broadcloth. Subscribers include Benjamin Tallmadge, Seth P. Beers, James Goule, Charles L. Webb. A certified copy signed by Fredrick Wolcott, (son of Oliver Wolcott).
Dates: Sep 15 1821