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B. Woodruff Clark Collection, 1842-1942

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Accession 2002-34-0: 12 views of Litchfield after an ice storm, Feb. 22 and 23, 1898; 3 winter landscapes, Mar. 30, 1928; 1 unidentified winter landscape, 1 of two unidentified men playing tennis.
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Morris Franklin Tyler papers, 1842-1907

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The papers consist of diaries, lectures, and writings on various aspects of European culture, and a notebook on "Medieval Asia" kept by Morris Franklin Tyler's son, Leonard S. Tyler. The diaries (1875-1907) are largely devoted to family life in New Haven and Woodbridge, Connecticut, but also comment on current political issues, particularly the presidential elections of 1876 and 1884. Also in the papers are letters from John James Audubon to Andrew Bigelow, and from William A. Buckingham to Daniel Tyler.
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Rockwell family deeds, 1842, 1900

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Two deeds conveying land in South Windsor, CT, one from Hiram Rockwell to Roswell Rockwell, 1842, and a copy of one from from Frances Rockwell to Martin McGrath, 1900.
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Groton Congregational Church records, 1727-1893

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The First Church of Christ Congregational in Groton, Conn. was established in 1702. The name was changed to Groton Congregational Church in 2007.
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Records of the First Congregational Church in Groton Conn., 1842-1893 1 volume Box 1

Henry Wadhams Buel and Mary Jane Buel Brace Papers, 1842-1877

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The papers of Henry Wadhams Buel, M.D. (1820-1893) and his sister, Mary Jane Buel Brace (1827-1884), of Litchfield, Conn., consisting of approximately 135 letters, 1842-1856; an album kept by Mary Buel Brace, purchased for her by her brother in New York City in 1846; 15 valentines to Mary Buel Brace from the 1840s; and three 1874 letters from Mary Buel Brace to her daughter, Emily.
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Henry Wadhams Buel and Mary Jane Buel Brace Papers, 1842-1877 1.00

George F. Emmons papers, 1828-1850

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The George Foster Emmons Papers have been organized in four sections. The first section (WA MSS 166) consists of three manuscript journals (931 pages long) which Emmons kept while attached to the U.S. Exploring Expedition under the command of Charles Wilkes. Emmons wrote the journals while on board the U.S. Sloop of War Peacock, W. L. Hudson, Commander, August 12, 1838 to June 10, 1842. The journals contain an account of the expedition with detailed descriptions of the special surveys made by the Peacock, original drawings of the harbors, and a number of small drawings and diagrams. They are further illustrated by the insertion of portraits, engravings, maps, and extracts from Charles Wilkes' Narrative. Journal No. 3 contains a detailed account of the overland expedition that Emmons commanded from Vancouver to San Francisco, August to October, 1841. Emmons' account of the overland expedition is supplemented by that of Henry Eld (WA MSS 161). A number of letters and documents are inserted chronologically in the journals.

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Scrapbook of mounted clippings from the New York Express , reporting the proceedings of the Naval General Court Martial on board the U.S. Ship North Carolina , at New York, July 27 to September 15, 1842., 1842 Box 1

Charles B. Scoville deed, 1841 May 13

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Deed to Joseph H. Scoville for land in Harwinton, Conn.
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Charles B. Scoville deed, 1841 May 13 1.00 items

Freeling correspondence, 1794-1841

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Letters to Freeling, mainly concerning his work for the postal service. Some letters contain a draft of Freeling's reply.
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Solyman Brown Research Collection, 1841-2006

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The research materials related to Dr. Solyman Brown compiled by Dr. Leonard Elkins, who was working on an uncompleted biography of Dr. Brown.
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Alonzo Baldwin Dewey letters, 1832-1906

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Letters between various members of the Alonzo Baldwin Dewey Family mostly regarding family matters and news of local residents around Chaplin, Connecticut. Writers include Alonzo Baldwin Dewey, Emeline Washburn, W.H. Dewey (son of Alonzo and Emeline Dewey), Edwin A. Dewey (son of Alonzo and Emeline Dewey), Israel Dewey (Alonzo's father), Sally Goodell (Emeline's sister), Walter Goodell, Philo Washburn, Mary Washburn, Lucy Washburn and Andrew Washburn (Emeline's parents), Mary and Lucy Chadwick (Emeline's sisters), Betsy Lowell (Alonzo Dewey's half-sister), C.M. Goodell (cousin of Emeline's), George Washburn (Emeline's brother), Cornelia Washburn, Mary Dewey Seevers, and Isaac Goodell.
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