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- Silliman, Benjamin, 1779-1864 5
- Silliman, Benjamin, 1816-1885 5
- Angell, James Rowland, 1869-1949 4
- Bowles, Chester, 1901-1986 4
- Benton, William, 1900-1973 3
- Hadley, Arthur Twining, 1856-1930 3
- Herrick, Edward Claudius, 1811-1862 3
- Logue, Edward J. 3
- Pinchot, Gifford, 1865-1946 3
- Ribicoff, Abraham, 1910-1998 3
- Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962 3
- Seymour, George Dudley, 1859-1945 3
- Stokes, Anson Phelps, 1874-1958 3
- Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930 3
- Town, Ithiel, 1784-1844 3
- Trumbull family 3
- Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873 2
- Altschul, Frank, 1887-1981 2
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The records consist of abstracts of title, atlases, maps, indices, index card locator files, probate extracts, and ownership files from the Clark, Hall, and Peck and White Brothers, and its predecessors, the most active New Haven law firms in real property law between the 1860s and 1982.
An artificial collection of material relating to the cities and towns of Connecticut, containing printed material, legal records, military papers, and miscellanea. Specific items include: deeds, indentures, leases, military commissions, enrollment lists, record books, and muster rolls.
The collection consists of playbills and programs, photographs in a variety of formats, engravings, posters, clippings, and other printed material which document the performing arts in the United States and throughout the world from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries. Material relating to dramatic performance forms the nucleus of the collection, but dance, opera, motion picture, circus, radio, and television performances are also represented.
An artificial collection of diaries relating to Connecticut and other states and regions in the United States. Topics including farming, religion, military life, student life, travel, and the weather are documented.
Correspondence, minutes, financial records, charters and official acts, inventories of books and other property, and other papers documenting the founding and early history of Yale College. Documents include the original charter of the Collegiate School; letters by and to the first trustees of the school; and the 1718 inventory of books donated to the school by Elihu Yale.
The papers consist of diaries (two volumes) describing Louis Ehrich's junior and senior years at Yale College and his participation in the life of the Jewish communities of New Haven and New York. Also included in the papers is a scrapbook of memorabilia of his student years at New Haven Hopkins Grammar School and Yale College, 1865-1869.
The papers consist of several letters and two journals of Henry Ellsworth's travels to New Connecticut (1811) and to the West (1832) after his appointment as Commissioner to the Indians. In this capacity, he was to superintend the removal of Indian tribes to the south and west of Arkansas, and his journal of 1832 describes the life of the Indians in eastern Oklahoma. There is also one letter from Henry Leavitt Ellsworth to his son, Henry William Ellsworth, 27 July 1834.
The records consist of minutes, chapter records, and account books documenting the operations of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut (later known as New Haven Hospital).
Program for, and eight video tapes of, a symposium, sponsored by the Friends of the Grove Street Cemetery in 1998, commemorating the two-hundredth anniversary of the Grove Street Cemetery (originally known as the New Haven Burying Ground) in New Haven, Connecticut.
G. D. (Edith) Hsiung was head of the Virology Laboratory at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, founder and director of the national Viral Reference Laboratory for the VA, and professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at Yale. The collection includes correspondence, descriptions of her courses and special workshops, presentations, scrapbooks, photographs, reprints of articles, laboratory notebooks, and research manuscripts.
Correspondence, diaries, printed material, business papers, personal papers, photographs, postcards, and maps relating to Samuel Colt and the Jarvis-Robinson family.
The papers contain drafts of novels, plays, and short stories, plus a variety of personal papers, including financial records, photographs, and papers on the Committee on Allied Tribute to France.