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Chiefly ships' logs and accounts for nine ships on which Lawrence was master between 1842 and 1865. These were engaged in the trans-Atlantic and South American trade, and the log book for the ship Hindoo also contains passenger lists with place of birth and occupation for passengers from England to the United States. Also in the papers are family account books and financial papers (1868-1902).
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, and data files documenting the professional careers of Ruth and Theodore Lidz. The papers focus on their professional lives, particularly from the 1950s to the 1980s, highlighting the Lidzes' study of the importance of the family environment in cases of schizophrenia.
Circa 800 autograph letters, mostly signed, addressed to Elias Loomis, 1828-1889. Letters pertain chiefly to Loomis's teaching and research in astronomy and meteorology. Correspondents are primarily scientists and other scholars.
The papers consist of real estate and legal papers from Bridgeport, West Haven, Orange, Woodbridge, and Fairfield, Connecticut. Deeds and papers from the Burritt-Sherman family, the Smith family, and Walter A. Main are included.
The Louis Lohr Martz Correspondence comprises Martz's correspondence with the American and British writers Iris Murdoch, Richard Hugo, David Ignatow, James Laughlin, Owen Slavitt, Diane Wakoski, and Robert Penn Warren. Six page proofs of works by Murdoch are included, as are writings by other correspondents.
This artificial collection is composed of correspondence, journals, account books, manuscripts, scrapbooks, and printed material relating to the study and practice of medicine, primarily in Connecticut and New York, primarily in the nineteenth century.
The records consist of correspondence, office files, estimates, orders, cost recapitulation forms, proofs, and other material documenting the work of the Meriden Gravure Company, a printing company that rose to prominence in the early twentieth century through specialization in high-fidelity image reproduction.
Drawings, photographs and newspaper clippings relating to the trial of Mayor T. Frank Hayes of Waterbury, Conn. together with a number of city officials for conspiracy. The Mortison cartoons appeared in the Waterbury Republican and the Waterbury American. The three scrapbooks contain reproductions of the Mortison cartoons and Pulitzer prize-winning stories from these newspapers on the two year trial together with annotations by Mortison. These have been filmed and discarded.