Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Daughters of the American Revolution, Mary Floyd Tallmadge Chapter (Litchfield, Conn.) records (2011-18-0, .42 linear feet) consist of research reports regarding lists of American Revolutionary War soldiers from Litchfield and surrounding towns; surveys of churches in Litchfield and Morris; grave records; and a 1779 pay abstract relating to the 13th Regiment Connecticut Militia. Many of the records were created by D.A.R. chapters in surrounding areas and presented to the Litchfield...
Ephraim Kirby Legal Notes
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The Ephraim Kirby Legal Notes collection (1899-2-0) is a bound volume containing notes and reports made by Ephraim Kirby when he was a law reporter. The notes and reports found in this volume were used to create the first published collection of law reports in the United States. The creation of the law reports was started to begin to differentiate United States common law from England’s common law. The cases found in this bound volume can be found in the published version, but the published...
Family histories collection
Scope and Contents The Family histories collection consists of genealogical reports written by eighth grade students in Litchfield, Warren, Morris, and Goshen, Conn. They were written at the request of the curator of the Litchfield Historical Society. The histories were written by three different groups of eighth graders: Litchfield Junior High School, 1951-1952; Litchfield Junior High School, 1956; and Wamogo High School, 1958, and are arranged alphabetically by family name as provided on the report.
Litchfield Community House, Inc. records
Scope and Contents The Litchfield Community House, Inc. records (1954-45-0, .83 linear feet) document an organization that built and maintained athletic fields and operated a community building in Litchfield, Conn., from 1929 to 1958. The collection includes correspondence, blueprints, specifications, reports, clippings, ephemera, and other documents and covers 1927-1949. As early as 1927, a group of concerned Litchfield citizens, spearheaded by Frederick Kingsbury Bull, explored the idea of constructing...
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents Report written by Sara B. Chase, Consulting Services, Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities. Includes photographs of buildings on Main St.
Register of Revolutionary Soliders and Patriots buried in Litchfield County research papers
Scope and Contents The Register of Revolutionary Soliders and Patriots buried in Litchfield County research papers (2011-19-0, .83 linear feet) consists of research, surveys, lists, and other materials used to produce the 1976 book, Register of Revolutionary Soliders and Patriots buried in Litchfield County, compiled by Joyce Mackenzie Cropsey and published by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Mary Floyd Tallmadge Chapter.