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- New Haven (Conn.) 11
- Clergy -- Connecticut 7
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- Connecticut -- Economic conditions -- 19th century 5
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- Connecticut -- Social life and customs 4
- Connecticut -- Social life and customs -- 19th century 4
- Photographs 4
- Physicians -- Connecticut 4
- Businessmen -- Connecticut -- 19th century 3
- Clergy -- Connecticut -- 19th century 3
- Connecticut -- Religion -- 18th century 3
- Connecticut -- Religion -- 19th century 3
- Daybooks 3
- Drawings (visual works) 3
- Photographic prints 3
- Sermons 3
- Sermons -- Connecticut -- 18th century 3
- Women -- Connecticut 3
- African Americans -- Connecticut -- New Haven 2 ∧ less
- French 2
- German 2
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Yale University 6
- Yale College (1718-1887) 5
- White, Roger Sherman, 2nd, 1876-1941 4
- Day, Jeremiah, 1773-1867 3
- Beers, Isaac, 1742?-1813 2
- Clap, Thomas, 1703-1767 2
- Cogswell, James, 1720-1807 2
- Congregational Church (North Haven, Conn.) 2
- Darling, Joseph, 1759-1850 2
- De Forest family 2
- Hitchcock, Samuel J. (Samuel Johnson), 1786-1845 2
- Howe, Hezekiah, 1775-1838 2
- Hugo, Harold 2
- Lyon, Nathaniel, 1762-1836 2
- Lyon, William, 1748-1830 2
- Lyons family 2
- Meriden Gravure Company 2
- Osborn, James M. (James Marshall), 1906-1976 2
- Silliman, Benjamin, 1779-1864 2
- Staples, Seth Perkins, 1776-1861 2 ∧ less
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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.
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 contain correspondence and personal papers documenting the family life, business activities, and travels of William Lyon. Also included is a twentieth-century biographical sketch of Lyon.
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.
Collection of photographs and papers, chiefly from 1912 to 1941, which document the work of American artist Willard Dryden Paddock and his activities with his wife Charlotte Elizabeth Smith Paddock, as well as related material collected and created by his nieces Mary Steichen Calderone and Charlotte "Kate" Rodina Steichen from 1954 to 1988.
Account books, daybooks, letter books, and other bound volumes documenting the efforts of merchants Benjamin Prescott and Roger Sherman, Jr. in the operation of their store, Prescott & Sherman, in New Haven, Connecticut, 1804-1847.
The collection consists of correspondence, data forms, name indexes, and pedigree charts related to William Woodbridge Rodman's work on the genealogy of the Pomeroy family. Also present is the correspondence of Rebekah Pomeroy Bulkley, who continued Rodman's work after his death.