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The collection consists of cashbooks, correspondence, daybooks, invoices, journals, ledgers and other materials documenting the financial operations of Elihu Geer's printing shop and stationery business in Hartford, Connecticut. Material relating to his publication of the Hartford Journal and the Congregationalist is also included in the collection.
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).
Robert Gifford, Associate Dean for Education and Student Affairs, School of Medicine, Yale University, records
Records consists of correspondence, memoranda, and meeting minutes arranged chronologically.
Papers of the family of Agur Gilbert, wood turners and toy makers of Derby, Connecticut. Consists of family correspondence, business letters, and account books, primarily for A. Gilbert and Son.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, financial records, photographs, clippings, and other papers relating to the Gilman and Coit families of New England. The bulk of the collection relates to Edward Whiting Gilman (1823-1900), his family and his work as a clergyman and foreign secretary of the American Bible Society.
Diaries, a farm ledger, poems, hymns and correspondence. The diary entries cover the years 1828-1853 and are interspersed with copies of Gilyard family letters from England (1808-1818) together with fifty-five pages of recipes for dyes. Many of the diary entries concern the Methodist Church of which Gilyard was a trustee for some thirty years. The farm ledger (1835-1845) records farm activities and the sale of farm produce.
The Lee Goebel papers contain over six hundred letters among Lee Goebel and her friends and family. The papers also include twenty-eight photographs of Goebel and her associates and information on Goebel compiled by Joel Helander.
The collection consists of blotters, daybooks, journals, and ledgers relating to the general store of Timothy Green and Richard Green in East Haddam, Connecticut. The firm was later known as Green and Smith, Green and Pratt, and F. W. Green and Co. Also included are materials concerning the sloop Amelia, the schooner Russell, and the ship Indiana.
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.
The papers consist of correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, photographs, and newspaper clippings, which document Austin Hawes's student life, his career as state forester of Connecticut, his controversial retirement from that position, and his travels in Central and South America. Also included are papers concerning his European travels, his job as state forester of Vermont, and as professor of history at the University of Vermont. Correspondents include Henry Graves and Gifford Pinchot.
Correspondence, pamphlets, records of real estate transactions, financial records, an annotated copy of "Coin's Financial School," and photos. The real estate material concerns New Haven ca. 1890-1900; and the political material deals with city and State Democratic politics ca. 1902-1910, and includes letters and photographs of William Jennings Bryan.