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- New Haven (Conn.) 9
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- White, Roger Sherman, 2nd, 1876-1941 3
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- Beers, Isaac, 1742?-1813 2
- Cogswell, James, 1720-1807 2
- Darling, Joseph, 1759-1850 2
- Day, Jeremiah, 1773-1867 2
- Hitchcock, Samuel J. (Samuel Johnson), 1786-1845 2
- Hugo, Harold 2
- Lyon, Nathaniel, 1762-1836 2
- Meriden Gravure Company 2
- Staples, Seth Perkins, 1776-1861 2
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- Allen, James F. 1
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- Anderson, Alexander, 1775-1870 1
- Anderson, Gregg, 1908-1944 1
- Asylum Hill Congregational Church (Hartford, Conn.) 1
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- Atwater, Edward E. (Edward Elias), 1816-1887 1 ∧ less
Letters, journals, and sermons by or relating to Jonathan Brace, Congregationalist minister at First Congregational Church in Litchfield and Milford, Connecticut, 1785-1877. Some materials pertain to members of the Brace family, specifically Brace's mother, Lucy Mather Brace; his aunt, Fanny Brace; and his grandfather, Congressman Jonathan Brace (1754-1837).
Manuscript daybooks and ledgers kept by Joseph Darling and Samuel Darling during their efforts as a pharmacist and physician, respectively, in New Haven, Connecticut, 1797-1850.
Circa 1,600 autograph letters, mostly signed, addressed to Jeremiah Day, 1797-1863. Letters pertain chiefly to Day's role as President of Yale College (1817-1846).
Papers of Samuel J. Hitchcock, 1810-1845. Includes personal papers and business papers for matters primarily taking place in New Haven, Connecticut. Personal papers document Hitchcock's private and family correspondence and finances. Business papers document Hitchcock's work with Seth Perkins Staples in the operation of their law firm Staples and Hitchcock, as well his work with the Farmington Canal Company and Hartford and New Haven Rail Road Company.
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 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.
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.