TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Historical Note

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Other Finding Aid

Container List

Series 1. Executive Clerk 1820-1985

Series 3. Proclamations 1630-1993

Series 4. Correspondence 1811-1933

Series 5. Bond Registers 1819-1899

Series 6. Applications 1848-1880

Series 7. Miscellaneous Reports 1860-1945

Series 10. Commitment Papers 1828-1948

Series 11. Appointment registers 1871-1978

Series 12. Commissioner of Deeds 1879-1949

Series 13. Office of the Lieutenant Governor 1991-1994

Series 14. Requisitions and Waivers of Extraditions 1905-1993

Subgroup 20. Frank B. Weeks 1909-1911

Subgroup 21. Simeon A. Baldwin 1911-1915

Subgroup 22. Marcus H. Holcomb 1915-1921

Subgroup 23. Everett J. Lake 1921-1923

Subgroup 24. Charles A. Templeton 1923-1925

Subgroup 25. John H. Trumbull 1925-1931

Subgroup 26. Wilbur L. Cross 1931-1939

Subgroup 27. Raymond E. Baldwin, Jr. 1939-1941

Subgroup 28. Robert A. Hurley 1941-1943

Subgroup 29. Raymond E. Baldwin, Jr. 1943-1946

Subgroup 30. James L. McConaughy and James C. Shannon 1947-1949

Subgroup 31. Chester Bowles 1949-1951

Subgroup 32. John Davis Lodge 1951-1955

Subgroup 33. Abraham Ribicoff 1955-1961

Subgroup 34. John Dempsey 1961-1971

Subgroup 35. Thomas J. Meskill 1971-1975

Subgroup 36. Ella T. Grasso 1971-1980

Subgroup 37. William A. O'Neill 1980-1991

Subgroup 38. Lowell P. Weicker 1990-1994

Subgroup 39. John G. Rowland 1995-2004

Subgroup 40. M. Jodi Rell 2004-2011


RG 005, Office of the Governor Records

Inventory of Records

Finding aid prepared by Connecticut State Library staff.

Copyright © 2007 by the Connecticut State Library


Overview of the Collection

Repository: Connecticut State Library
Creator: Connecticut. Governor
Title: Connecticut Governor records
Dates: 1630-2011
Quantity: 3383.25 cubic feet
Abstract: Includes Executive Clerk, proclamations, correspondence, bond registers, applications, miscellaneous reports, commitment papers, appointment registers, Commissioner of Deeds, Lt. Governor, requisitions and waivers of extradition, and records of individual administrations beginning with Frank B. Weeks, 1909-1911.
Identification: RG005
Accession: Multiple
Language: The records are in English.

Historical Note

The State Constitution of 1965 transformed the Office of the Governor into a twentieth-century governmental chief executive officer, while retaining his function as commander-in-chief (captain general) of its militia that dates back to the colonial period. Elected for a term of four years, the Governor exercises powers common to chief executives: proposing legislation and reporting to the legislature; signing or vetoing bills; appointing or nominating commission and board members and higher judicial and executive branch officers; convening or adjourning the legislature during emergencies; and taking care "that the laws be faithfully executed," through budgetary powers and executive direction of state agencies under the office's jurisdiction.

Under the Fundamental Orders of 1639 and the Royal Charter of 1622, colonial Governors had limited authority and exercised personal influence over the other magistrates and the legislative body. The Constitution of 1818 provided for a distinct "supreme executive power" balanced by the legislature and the judiciary. It was not, however, until well into the twentieth century that the Governor became a full-time, active chief executive. Wilbur Cross was the first full-time Governor. In 1945, Raymond E. Baldwin was the first chief executive to occupy an official residence, a nineteen-room mansion, formerly owned by Dr. George C.F. Williams, located 990 Prospect Avenue in West Hartford.

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Scope and Content

The collection consists primarily of records after 1909 ending with the administration preceding the most current, with each administration constituting a separate subgroup. Records prior as well as several dating after, appear as separate series. These include Executive Clerk, 1820-1985; Proclamations, 1630-1991; Correspondence, 1811-1933; Bond Registers, 1819-1899; Applications, 1848-1880; Miscellaneous Reports, 1850-1945; Commitment Papers, 1848-1948; Appointment Registers, 1871-1978; Commissioner of Deeds, 1879-1978; Office of the Lieutenant Governor, 1991-1994; and Requisitions and Waivers of Extradition, 1921-1982. Some of these series cross over several administrations.

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Arrangement

Series 1. Executive Clerk, 1820-1989, 64 cubic feet. This series contains Executive Blotters, Executive Journal and Appointment Files. The Executive Blotter, also called the Executive Clerk's Journal, is an informal diary of the Governor's activities, including appointment notes, actions on General Assembly acts and resolutions, copies of correspondence, messages, and proclamations, with mounted copies of letters, documents, etc. The Blotters are volumes arranged chronologically. The Executive Journal is a more formal version of the Blotter. The volumes are arranged chronologically and each contains an index. Also present are files of clerk William F. Siering, Jr. consisting of Appointment Files, Legislative and Elections Files including receipts for bill transmittals, Special Elections, and General Assembly Bills.

Series 2. Unused.

Series 3. Proclamations, 1630-1991, 11 cubic feet. Printed copies of proclamations and official statements arranged chronologically. Proclamations from 1630 to 1973 are bound in volumes and from 1973 to 1993 are loose sheets in boxes. Each box contains a contents list. Drafts of proclamations 1851, c. 1871 and duplicated printed copies 1871-1932 are among the records of the Secretary of the State, RG006. Also note that both the State Archives and the Government Information Services unit of the State Library attempt to acquire proclamations and official statements from the Office of the Governor. The two collections may duplicate each other or fill in gaps.

Series 4. Correspondence, 1811-1933, 36 cubic feet. This series includes Incoming Letters, 1811-1933, Outgoing Letters, and Military correspondence. The character and content of the incoming letters vary greatly over the 123 years, as the authority and concerns of the Governors grew and changed. For the earlier years, to about 1860, most letters have to do with the appointment or resignation of minor officials, the management of the state militia, and the administration of the state hospitals, mental institutions and prisons. For the Civil War period, military affairs are dominant and the volume of letters is dramatically greater; the more significant military letters, however, are filed separately. After the Civil War, the bulk of the materials again pertain to appointments and to the management of state mental hospitals. Beginning in 1911, the most significant materials appear in the official records of the Governors, while letters in this series up to 1933 are considered to be "miscellaneous letters."

The incoming letters are arranged chronologically for the most part, though occasionally small groups by subject are found and there is a small quantity of miscellaneous and unfiled material at the end, consisting mostly of requisitions by governors of other states for the arrest of fugitives thought to be in Connecticut. The series contains a few drafts or copies of outgoing letters and some of the incoming letters carry endorsements indicating the nature of the reply. Although there is no index, or calendar, there is a listing of letters that fall outside of routine business of appointments, reports, or management of state business. These appear in a calendar that follows the detailed listing of this record series.

Outgoing letters, 1863-1911 consist of letterpress copies in bound volumes for Governors William A. Buckingham to Lorrin A. Cooke. Each volume contains an index by correspondent. There are also carbon copies of letters written by Governors Rollin S. Woodruff, George L. Lilley, and Frank B. Weeks. These letters are in roughly chronological order.

Military correspondence, 1833-1889, consists of letters, mostly incoming, and some related papers from the Governor's office pertaining to military matters. The bulk of the material comes from the administration of Gov. William Buckingham during the Civil War. Included is U.S. Government general correspondence; War Department correspondence, including Adjutant General, Provost Marshall, and Quartermaster General; State Adjutant General; State Commissary General; State Agents. Also included are Muster Rolls of the Governor's Foot Guards, 1881-1889 and Applications for Admission to Military Hospitals, 1873-1882.

Series 5. Bond Registers, 1819-1899, 0.5 cubic feet. Transcripts of bonds executed by sheriffs and other officials.

Series 6. Applications, 1848-1880, 2 cubic feet. Letters of application for offices and promotions. Some pertain to surgeons and chaplains in the military during the Civil War. Most pertain to appointments as Commissioner of Deeds for Connecticut in other states.

Series 7. Miscellaneous Reports, 1850-1945, 2.5 cubic feet. Reports received by the Governor from various officials and agencies. Subjects included are elections, General Assembly actions, pardons, reprieves, and commitments to hospitals and asylums. Arrangement is roughly chronological.

Series 8. Unused.

Series 9. Unused.

Series 10. Commitment Papers, 1828-1948, 33 cubic feet. Primarily commitment forms concerning the examination and admission of "deaf, dumb and blind, disabled and insane" persons to state institutions.

Series 11. Appointment Registers, 1871-1978, 2.5 cubic feet. Permanent and temporary boards and commissions. Arranged alphabetically by entity.

Series 12. Commissioner of Deeds, 1879-1959, 1 vol. Records of Connecticut residents in other states.

Series 13. Office of the Lieutenant Governor, 1991-2010, 26 cubic feet.
Eunice Groark, Correspondence, 1991-1994, 3 cubic feet
M. Jodi Rell, Records, circa 1995-2004, 7 cubic feet
Michael Fedele, Records, 2007-2010, 16 cubic feet

Series 14. Requisitions and Waivers of Extradition, 1921-1993, 84.5 cubic feet. Includes both incoming and outgoing requests for extradition.

Series 15 - 19. Unused.

Subgroups 20 - 39. Official Papers of the Governors, 1909-2004.

The Official Papers of the Governors are arranged chronologically by administration. Governors served two-year terms until John Lodge (1951-1955) became the first Governor elected to a four-year term. From 1911 to 1925, papers were grouped by subject or name of correspondent and filed in numerical folders, with alphabetical card indexes. From John H. Trumbull (1925-1931) to John Lodge, most papers were filed alphabetically by subject. No researcher can investigate topics pertaining to Connecticut in the twentieth century without consulting the subject files, which often contain invaluable reports, constituency mail, and internal state memos and other communications.

In addition to these Subject Files, "Miscellaneous" or relatively unimportant correspondence was filed alphabetically by name of correspondent in a Correspondence series. Raymond C. Baldwin was the first Governor to hire a press agent. The Subject Files for his second administration (1943-1946) contain addresses, remarks, and speeches. The records of Governors James L. McConaughy and James C. Shannon (1947-1949) include Boards and Commissions Files and the records of John Lodge include State Agency Files. Beginning with Abraham Ribicoff (1955-1961) a greater variety of records begin to appear and the quantity generated by each Governor has expanded exponentially beginning in the 1960s with John Dempsey. Researchers should be aware that container lists can cover a hundred pages or more and are often broken into overlapping parts.

For the most part, photographs that came from the Governor's Office remain with the subject files. Itemized listings exist for Governors Dempsey, Meskill, Grasso, and most of O'Neill, but researchers should expect to find photographs scattered throughout the subject files. Researchers should also consult Picture Group 500 through the pictorial Archives Portrait index and other picture groups that pertain to state officials and groups and photographs of ceremonies. Please note that a photograph collection in RG69:10, Papers of Raymond E. Baldwin, Jr. consist largely of images taken while he was governor. See also the Portrait Index to published books in the History and Genealogy unit.

The Office of the Governor includes more than the Governor himself. Other offices serve the Governor directly and have records in the collection. Transfer to the State Archives, however, depended on the cooperation of individuals within the office. The collection is arranged by creating office, when known. Researchers should consult the finding aid for a particular Governor to see the records available. Researchers may need to consult a number of files to ensure locating the complete documentation about a topic. Files may carry over into the next administration especially if the new governor held a position with the former governor. This was the case with John Dempsey, who served as Executive Secretary to Abraham Ribicoff.

Subgroup 20. Frank B. Weeks, 1909-1911, 1.75 cubic feet. Incoming and outgoing correspondence.

Subgroup 21. Simeon A. Baldwin, 1911-1915, 11.75 cubic feet. Numerical files, alphabetical card index and unarranged appointment correspondence.

Subgroup 22. Marcus H. Holcomb, 1915-1921, 20.5 cubic feet. Numerical files with alphabetical card indices and bound volumes of correspondence concerning special session of the General Assembly to ratify the 19th amendment.

Subgroup 23. Everett J. Lake, 1921-1923, 7 cubic feet. Numerical files with alphabetical card indices and "personal file" of correspondence concerning personnel and political matters.

Subgroup 24. Charles A. Templeton, 1923-1925, 6.5 cubic feet. Numerical files with alphabetical card index.

Subgroup 25. John H. Trumbull, 1925-1931, 29.5 cubic feet. Chronological subject files.

Subgroup 26. Wilbur L. Cross, 1931-1939, 53.25 cubic feet. Correspondence, Chronological subject files and appointments to office. See separate container list.

Subgroup 27. Raymond E. Baldwin, 1939-1941, 19.25 cubic feet. Correspondence and subject files.

Subgroup 28. Robert A. Hurley, 1941-1943, 7.75 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files and materials related to charges files against

Subgroup 29. Raymond E. Baldwin, 1943-1946, 44.25 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files and miscellaneous unfiled materials.

Charles Wilbert Snow, 1946. Served for thirteen days following Gov. Baldwin's resignation on Dec. 27, 1946. It appears that no separate files exist.

Subgroup 30. James L. McConaughy, 1947-1948, 21 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files, Report file of state agency, board and commission annual reports to the Governor, and appointment correspondence for boards and commissions. Intermixed the files of Gov. Shannon below.

James C. Shannon, 1948-1949, 21 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files, Report file of state agency, board and commission annual reports to the Governor, and appointment correspondence for boards and commissions. Intermixed the files of Gov. McConaughy above.

Subgroup 31. Chester Bowles, 1949-1951, 5 cubic feet. Subject files. Boxes 528-532

Subgroup 32. John Lodge, 1951-1955, 58 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files, state agency files and Governor's Conference Papers. 58 cubic feet.

Subgroup 33. Abraham Ribicoff, 1955-1961 111 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files and special subject files including the 1956 flood, highway safety, the 1958 campaign, appointments, speeches and press materials.

Subgroup 34. John Dempsey, 1961-1971, 507.75 cubic feet. Correspondence, reading files, subject file, state agency file, civil defense files, transportation files, Governor's conferences, speeches and other related press materials. Also includes Dempsey's files as lieutenant Governor, executive aide to Gov. Ribicoff and as Mayor of Putnam.

Subgroup 35. Thomas Meskill, 1971-1975, 341 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files, pending files, memoranda, "public interest" correspondence, and outgoing correspondence, agency files, legislative files, Governors' conferences, other intergovernmental relations, executive orders, speeches and other public relations materials, federal agencies, scrapbook and official statements.

Subgroup 36. Ella Grasso, 1975-1980, 366.5 cubic feet. Correspondence and subject files.

Subgroup 37. William A. O'Neill, 1980-1990, 144 cubic feet. Correspondence, subject files, photographs and related materials.

Subgroup 38. Lowell P. Weicker, 1990-1994. Constituent correspondence, press materials, and legal office files. The detail records listing for Gov. Weicker is in progress. Please consult with Archives staff for assistance.

Subgroup 39. John G. Rowland, 1995-2004. Scheduling, Executive Office, Chief of Staff, Legal Counsel, Communications Office, Legislative Office, Boards and Commissions, Constituent Services, Proclamations Office, Washington Office, Southwest Office (Bridgeport), Office of the First Lady, and Governor's Residence.

Subgroup 40. M. Jodi Rell, 2004-2011, 783 cubic feet.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Some of these records are stored at an off-site facility and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis.

See the Rules and Procedures for Researchers Using Archival Records and Secured Collections policy.

Restrictions on Use

See the Reproduction and Publications of State Library Collections policy.

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Related Material

Often researchers must consult private papers as well as official records because the distinction between the two is not maintained in practice. Researchers, for example, should also use RG 69:10, Papers of Raymond E. Baldwin, Jr., or RG 69:59, Papers of Abraham Ribicoff, when researching those individuals. There are also a number of small manuscript collections that contain materials related to various Governors. Researchers should consult the Manuscript and Archives Catalogue in the History and Genealogy Unit. Private papers of several Connecticut Governors are in other repositories. For instance, the Wilbur Cross private papers are at Yale University, and Abraham Ribicoff's private papers covering most of his political career are at the Manuscripts Division of the Library of Congress. Researchers should consult the National Union Catalogue of Manuscript Collections to locate these scattered collections.

The early Connecticut Historical Society, composed of elite families, acquired many collections of Governor's papers. The Society holds material, sometimes scattered, for the following Governors: Jonathan Trumbull (1769-1784), Matthew Griswold (1784-1786), Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. (1797-1809), John Treadwell (1809-1811), Roger Griswold (1811-1812), Gideon Tomlinson (1827-1831), John Samuel Peters (1831-1833), Henry W. Edwards (1835-1838), William W. Ellsworth (1838-1842), Chauncey Fitch Cleveland (1842-1844), Thomas Hart Seymour (1850-1853), Alexander Holley (1857-1858), William A. Buckingham (1858-1860), and Joseph R. Hawley (1866-1867). In the nineteenth century, it published volumes of Governors' letters.

The General Assembly funded a project in the 1840s to organize and index early colonial and state records. Researchers know the results as the Connecticut Archives, which most likely contains records of the Chief Executive. Researchers should also consult the earliest volumes of the published Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut.

Researchers should be aware of the immense variety of resources pertaining to governors available in the State Library. The State Register and Manual gives an up-to-date listing of governors and the years of their terms. The 1934 edition contains a good brief history of the office by then Gov. Wilbur Cross. There are few biographies of Connecticut Governors. Researchers should consult Christopher and Bonnie Collier, Literature of Connecticut History (Middletown, 1983), a useful annotated bibliography as well as the State Library catalogue. Excellent brief biographical sketches appear in Robert Sovel and John Raimo, "Connecticut," Biographical Directory of the Governors of United States, 1789-1978 (Westport, 1978), Vol. 1, 157-210. Additional biographical information appears in the History and Genealogy Vertical File - Biography, and clippings regarding events and issues of terms beginning in the 1930s are in vertical file clippings on the Mezzanine Level.

The Museum of Connecticut History in the State Library contains a vast amount of artifacts and memorabilia pertaining to Connecticut governors and their terms, most famous of which are the official portraits in Memorial Hall.

Individuals who served in a national office prior or after serving as Governor often have papers and records deposited with other repositories in Connecticut or elsewhere. Reference staff can help researchers locate guide and other sources necessary to locate these records.

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Index Terms

Persons:

Baldwin, Raymond E. (Raymond Earl), 1893-1986
Bowles, Chester, 1901-
Cross, Wilbur L. (Wilbur Lucius), 1862-1948
Dempsey, John, 1915-
Grasso, Ella
Hurley, Robert A. (Robert Augustine), 1895-1968
Lodge, John Davis, 1903-1985
McConaughy, James L. (James Lukens), b. 1887
Meskill, Thomas J., 1928-
O'Neill, William A. (William Atchison), 1930-
Ribicoff, Abraham, 1910-
Rowland, John G., 1957-
Shannon, James C. (James Coughlin), 1896-1980
Trumbull, John Harper, 1873-1961
Weicker, Lowell, 1931-

Subjects:

Connecticut -- History -- Sources
Connecticut -- Politics and government -- Sources
Connecticut. Office of the Governor -- Archives
Governors -- Connecticut -- Archives

Document Types:

Bills (legislative records)
Correspondence
Journals
Proclamations
Registers (lists)
Reports

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Administrative Information

Provenance

Unfortunately, many records or papers of Connecticut's earliest Governors left the office when the chief executive went home. In 1777, Silas Deane of Wethersfield wrote Governor Jonathan Trumbull that he knew of such cases and that one family of a former Governor was using official papers as wrappings for seeds. In 179?, the late Jonathan Trumbull's family sold the so-called Trumbull Papers to the Massachusetts Historical Society, containing official records relating to the colony, state, and territories of Connecticut acquired by Trumbull and his son through direction of the General Assembly. The Massachusetts Historical Society returned the Trumbull Papers in 192?. Though one volume had burned in a fire, the Society edited and published the collection as The Trumbull Papers. See Related Materials.

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Other Finding Aid

A separate guide entitled, Records of the Governor, 1820-1858, replicates the records listed here for Antebellum governors while providing greater background information.

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Container List

Series 1. Executive Clerk, 1820-1985
Executive Blotter, 1871-1947
Also called the Executive Clerk's Journal, this is an informal diary of the Governor's activities, including appointment notes, actions on General Assembly acts and resolutions, copies of correspondence, messages, and proclamations, with mounted copies of letters, documents, etc. Arranged chronologically. Volume number does not appear on the volumes. Researchers must indicate year or years desired on their call slip.
Accession: T001303, 30 volumes
1871 May 16-1872 April 29 Item 1
1872 May 1-1873 May 7 Item 2
1873 May 8-1876 December 27 item 3
1875 May 5-1878 March 27 Item 4
1878 March 27 -1881 April 30 Item 5
1881 May 3-1884 April 12 Item 6
1884 April 17-1887 May 18 Item 7
1887 May 19-1891 December 31 Item 8
1892 January 4-1895 April 3 Item 9
1895 April 4-1897 June 15 Item 10
1897 June 21-1901 March 12 Item 11
1901 March 12-1903 August 10 Item 12
1903 August 19-1906 July 10 Item 13
1906 July 16-March 17, 1909 Item 14
1909 March 18-1911 July 11 Item 15
1911 July 11-1913 November 7 Item 16
1913 November 11-1917 February 8 Item 17
1917 February 9-1919 March 6 Item 18
1919 March 6-1921 May 28 Item 19
1921 May 31-1924 April 3 Item 20
1924 April 4-1927 April 5 Item 21
1927 April 6-1929 July 18 Item 22
1929 July 19-1931 December 31 Item 23
1931 January 4-1934 April 17 Item 24
1934 April 19-1936 August 31 Item 25
1936 September 1-1939 May 15 Item 26
1939 May 16-1942 January 30 Item 27
1942 February 1-1945 April 16 Item 28
1945 April 17-1947 May 21 Item 29
Unidentified index, undated Item 30
Accession: T001509, 5 volumes
1947 May 22-1949 July 25 Item 31
1949 July 26-1952 August 31 Item 32
1952 September 1-1955 May 17 Item 33
1955 May 19-1957 May 14 Item 34
1957 May 15-1959 April 1 Item 35
Executive Journal, 1820-1985
A more formal version of the blotter described above.
Accession: T001304, 31 volumes
Volume number does not appear on the volumes. Researchers must indicate year or years desired on their call slip.
1820 May 3-1824 June 1 Vol. 1
1824 June 2-1826 November 9 Vol. 2
1826 November 14-1829 June 5 Vol. 3
1829 June-1835 May 6 Vol. 4
1835 May 7-1839 June 7 Vol. 5
1839 June 11-1845 April 29 Vol. 6
1845 May 7-1850 April 29 Vol. 7
1850 May 2-1854 June 1 Vol. 8
1854 July 10-1859 March 2 Vol. 9
1859 March 10-1862 February 25 Vol. 10
1862 February 26-1863 September 25 Vol. 11
1863 September 25-1865 December 18 Vol. 12
Index to Vol. 12 Index Vol.
Separate volume.
1865 December 18-1870 July 13 Vol. 13
1870 July 13-1874 December 31 Vol. 14
1875 January 2-1878 April 30 Vol. 15
1878 May 8-1882 April 25 Vol. 16
1882 April 25-1886 April 9 Vol. 17
1886 April 9-1892 November 15 Vol. 18
1892 November 16-1896 December 18 Vol. 19
1896 December 18-1901 March 22 Vol. 20
1901 March 25-1905 April 19 Vol. 21
1905 April 19-1909 January 6 Vol. 22
1909 January 6-1912 February 13 Vol. 23
1912 February 13-1915 June 29 Vol. 24
1915 June 29-1919 January 16 Vol. 25
1919 January 16-1922 July 5 Vol. 26
1922 July 5-1926 February 3 Vol. 27
1926 February 3-1926 August 6 Vol. 28
1929 August 6-1933 April 28 Vol. 29
1933 May 1-1935 January 9 Vol. 30
Accession: T001508
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1959-1965 1
1966-1968 July 1 2
1968 July 2-1969 February 3
1968 March-August 4
1969 September-1970 May 5
1970 June-December 6
1971 January-July 6 7
1971 July 7-December 8
1972 January-August 9
1972 September-1973 May 10
1973 June-December 11
1974 January-June 12
1974 July-December 13
1975 January-July 14
1975 August-1976 March 15
1976 April-September 16
1976 October-1977 February 17
1977 March-July 18
1977 August-December 19
1978 January-July 20
1978 August-1979 February 21
1979 March-July 22
1979 August-November 23
1979 December-1980 May 24
1980 June-December 25
1981 January-August 26
1981 September-1982 February 27
1982 March-August 28
1982 September-1983 March 29
1983 April-August 30
1983 September-1984 February 31
1984 March-October 32
1985 May-August 33
William F. Siering, Jr. Files, 1946-1985
Accession: T001494
Appointments, 1958-1985
Academic Awards, Board for State, 1973-1977 1
Accountancy, State Board of, 1973-1976
Adjutant General, 1979 June 27
Administrative Service, 1977 July 14
Adoption Review Board, 1975-1977
Adult Probation, Commission on, 1973-1977
Aging, Commissioner on, 1975-1977
Aging, Advisory Council on, 1973-1977
Agriculture, Board of, 1973-1977
Agriculture Experiment Station, Board of Control, 1973-1976
Agriculture, Commissioner of, 1973-1977
Agricultural Land, Governor's Task Force for the Preservation of, 1974 April-June
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council, State, 1977
Alcohol Advisory Council, Connecticut State, 1972-1977 July, 2 folders
American and Francophone Cultural Commission, 1974-1980
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1971-1974
American School for the Deaf, Board of Directors, 1971-1975
Appalachian National Scenic Trail Advisory Council, 1975 May 2
Apprenticeship Council, Connecticut State, 1971-1977
Appropriations, Joint Standing Committee on, 1973-1975
Arborist Examining Board, Connecticut, 1976 November 18
Architectural Registration Board, 1975-1977
Arts, Commission on the, 1972-1977
Asbestos, Task Force to study the Public Health Hazards of, 1980 June 20
Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, , 1972-1975
Attorney General, 1976 November 14
Auditors, State, 1976 June 3
Banking Commissioner, 1975-1977 2
Banking, Advisory Council on, 1972-1975
Banking Law and Related Statutes, Advisory Committee to study, 1976 May-June
Bi-State Long Island Sound Marine Resources Committee, 1973 July
Blind persons, Committee for the purchase of products and services of, 1977 March 16
Blind, Board of Education and Services for the, 1971-1977
Boiler Safety Board, 1974-1976
Cable Telecommunications, Commission on the Educational and Information uses of, 1974-1976
Capitol Preservation and Restoration, State Commission on, 1973-1977
Career Education Task Force, 1977 May 3
Center for Urban and Economic Studies at the University of Connecticut, 1973-1977
Chemists, State, 1973-1976
Child Day Care, Director of, 1975 October 21
Child Day Care Council, 1973-1977
Children and Youth Services, State Advisory Council on, 1972-1980
Children and Youth Services, Commissioner of, 1975-1976
Children Commission to further study and report on the transfer of, 1974-1976
Children, Interstate Compact on the Placement of, 1967
Children's Services, Commission on, 1976 June-August
Chiropractic, State Board of Examiners, 1974-1977
Civil Defense Advisory Council, 1959
Civil Preparedness Advisory Council, 1975-1976
Civil Preparedness Director, 1975 May 7
Claims, Commission on, 1973-1975
Claims Commissioner, 1975-1976
Coast Guard, 1977 May 17-23
Code of Ethics Committee, 1975 January
Commerce, Commissioner of, 1973-1975
Commissioners, 1967-1975
Committee of Concern for Connecticut Jobs, 1972-1977
Community Affairs, Advisory Council on, 1972-1977
Community Affairs, Commissioner of, 1971-1976
Community Colleges, Board of trusties of the, 1974 September 30
Compensation Commission, 1971-1980 3
Connecticut Capitol Center Commission , 1971-1977
Connecticut Comprehensive Health Planning Council, 1972-1973
Connecticut Development Authority, 1971-1977
Connecticut Education Council, 1972-1977
Connecticut Justice Commission, 1971-1979, 2 folders
Connecticut Product Development Corporation, 1972-1977
Connecticut Public Transportation Authority, 1975-1977
Connecticut Public Transportation Authority, 1975-1977
Connecticut Research Commission, 1967-1971
Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, 1973-1977
Connecticut River Dredging Committee, 1972 October 5
Connecticut River Valley Flood Control Commission, 1973-1977
Consumers Advisory Council, 1973-1977
Consumer Counsel, 1977 September-November
Consumer Protection, Commissioner of, 1975
Convention and Visitors Convention, 1974-1980
Correction, Commissioner of, 1975 January 13
Correction, Council of, 1972-1977
Correction Industries Advisory Commission, 1973-1977
Criminal Administration, Connecticut Planning Committee on, 1971-1975
Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Commission on the, 1972-1977, 2 folders 4
Deeds, Commissioner of, 1971-1979
Demolition, State Commission on, 1973-1977
Dental Commissioners, 1973-1980
Development Disabilities Services and Facilities Construction Act, State Planning and, 1970-1977, 2 folders
Developmentally Disabled Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 1975, 1976, 2 folders
Drug Advisory Council, 1969-1976
Drug Council Executive Director, 1973-1975
Eastern Connecticut Rural and Industrial Areas Preservation Commission, 1975 July-September
Eastern Regional Committees, 1975 February 18
Economic Advisors, Council of, 1972-1975
Education, State Board of, 1973-1980
Education, State Department of: Arbitration Panel, 1974-1976
Education Commission of the States, 1971-1977
Education Statutes, Commission to Revise and Recodify the, 1975-1976
Elected State Officials and Judges, Commission on Compensation for, 1975 July-October
Election Laws, Governor's Commission to Rewrite Connecticut's, 1969-1973
Elections Commission, State, 1974-1980
Electrical Work Examining Board, 1973-1977 5
Elevator Installation, Repair and Maintenance Work Examining Board, 1975-1977
Embalmers and Funeral Directors, Board of Examiners of, 1972-1980
Emergency Medical Services, Connecticut Advisory Committee on, 1974 May-1977, 3 folders
Emergency Price Control, State Committee, 1962-1970
Emergency Rationing, State Committee on, 1962
Emergency Rent Control, State Committee on, 1962-1971
Employment, Governor's Strike Force for Full, 1971 November-December
Employment Security Advisory Council, 1973-1977
Employment Security, Board of Review, 1974-1977
Energy Advisory Board, Connecticut, 1974-1977
Energy Emergency Agency, 1973-1974
Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for, 1967-1977
Environmental Protection and Economic Development, Commission on, 1975-1977
Environmental Protection, Commissioner of, 1972-1977
Environmental Quality, Council on, 1971-1977
Epilepsy and Other Neurological Conditions, Commission to study the Problems, 1975-1976
Equal Employment Opportunity, Connecticut Council for, 1971 June-July
Equine Advisory Council, Connecticut, 1973-1977
Ethics Commission, State, 1977-1980
Executive Nominations, Committee on, 1973-1977
Fairfield Hills Hospital, Board of Trustees of the, 1971-1972 6
Farmington River Valley Flood Control Commission, 1972-1975
Finance and Control, Commissioner of, 1974-1977
Finance Advisory Committee, 1973-1977
Fire Code Standards Committee, 1975-1980
Fire Fighting personnel and Education, Commission of, 1973-1975
Fire Prevention and Control, Commission on, 1975-1980
Firearms, Board of Permit Examiners, 1967-1976
Fishery, Regional management Council, 1976-1977
Fitness, Governor's Committee on, 1972-1980
Five Mile River Commission, 1969-1977
Forfeited Rights, Commission on, 1973 June-August
Freedom of Information Commission, 1975-1977
Gas Pricing, Committee to Investigate, 1973 March
Goodspeed Opera House, 1972-1976
Government Administration and Policy, Joint Legislative Committee on, 1973 February 13
Governor's Staff, 1973-1975
Greater Hartford Flood Commission, 1955-1977
Handicapped, Board of Protection and Advocacy for the, 1977 August-September
Handicapped, Governor's Committee on Employment of the, 1970-1976
Harbor Masters, 1968-1980, 5 folders 7
Harbor masters, Deputy, 1971-1977
Hartford Hospital, Directors of, 1971-1980
Hazardous Waste Interim Study Committee, 1980 June
Health and Educational Facilities Authority, State of Connecticut, 1971-1977
Health and Safety Codes, Inter-Agency Committee on, 1971-1974
Health Bureau, State, 1976 August 27
Health, Commissioner of, 1971-1976
Health Coordinating Council, Statewide, 1975-1980
Health Maintenance Organizations, Commission on, 1975-1977
Health Planning and Resources Development Act, 1975 January-May
Health Planning, Advisory Council for Comprehensive, 1973-1974
Health Planning Council, Connecticut Comprehensive, 1970-1973
Health Systems Agency Review Team, 1973 January 23
Hear Town Grievances, Committee to, 1973-1977
Hearing Aids, Advisory Council on, 1972-1976
Hearing Aid Dealers Licensure, Advisory Council on, 1974-1975
Heating, Piping and Cooling Work Examining Board, 1968-1977
High Meadows, Board of Trustees of, 1955-1972
High Unemployment in the State, Commission on, 1975-1977
Higher Education, Commission for, 1969-1972, 2 folders 8
Higher Education, Connecticut Board of, 1977 July-August
Higher Education, Connecticut Commission on Aid to, 1965-1972
Higher Education Assistance Corporation, Connecticut, 1959-1961
Higher Education Assistance Corporation, Connecticut, 1962-1970
Higher Education, New England Board of, 1955-1977
Highway Safety, Inter-Agency Committee on, 1972-1975
Historic Assets in Connecticut, Committee for the Restoration of, 1977 July 6
Historic Preservation, Connecticut Trust for, 1975-1977
Historical Commission, Connecticut, 1968-1980, 2 folders
Historical Records Advisory Board, 1976-1977
Homeopathic Medical examining Board, Connecticut, 1970-1977
Hospitals and Health Care, Commission on, 1973-1977, 2 folders
Hospitals, Council on, 1969-1972
Housing, Commissioner of, 1979-1980
Housing Court or Housing Division of the Court of Common Pleas, Commission to study the Creation of a, 1976 June-July
Housing Finance Authority, Connecticut, 1972-1980
Housing Matters, Council for, 1980 September 17
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, 1975-1977 9
Human Rights and Opportunities, Executive Committee on, 1971-1975
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, Hearing Examiners for the, 1968-1977
Human Services, Council on, 1973-1976
Humane Society, Connecticut: Prosecuting Officers of the, 1973-1975
Humanities Council, Connecticut, 1976-1977
Hypertrichologists, Board of Examiners of, 1973-1977
Income Maintenance, Commissioner of, 1978 December 27
Indian Affairs Council, 1973-1980
Industrial Building Commission, 1972 January-April
Industrial Modernization, Advisory Committee on, 1972-1973
Industrial Safety Commission, 1972 October 5
Insurance Commissioner, 1975-1977
Insurance Purchasing Board, State, 1958-1980, 2 folder
Inter-Department Traffic Coordinating Committee, 1973-1974
Intergovernmental Cooperation, Governor's Committee on, 1973-1977
Internal Communications, Director of, 1973 July 10
Interstate Sanitation Commission, 1975-1977
Interstate Water Compact Commission, Connecticut, 1973-1977
Investment Advisory Council, 1973-1974
Investment Advisory Council, 1975-1980
Investment Committee, 1971 April 29
Italian Appointees, 1972 May 11, undated
Job Innovation and Development, Commission on, 1975-1977
Judicial Council, 1975-1980
Judicial Review Council, 1973-1975
Judge Advocate, State, 1967-1973
Judges, General, 1960-1977
Judges, Circuit Court, 1967-1972
Judges, Common Pleas Court, 1967-1977
Judges, Juvenile Court, 1965-1976
Judges, Superior Court, 1965-1979
Judges, Superior Court, 1968-1974
Kidney Foundation of Connecticut, 1975-1977 10
Labor Commissioner, 1975-1976
Labor Relations, State Board of, 1971-1977
Landscape Architecture, State Board of, 1975-1977
Law Library Advisory Committee, 1976 June-October
Law Revision Commission, Connecticut, 1976-1980
Legal Services Advisory Council, 1974-1977
Legislative Audit Review Committee, 1937-1977
Legislative Ethics Committee, Joint, 1972-1977
Legislative management, Joint Committee on, 1973-1977
Legislative Program review Committee, 1973-1977
Legislative Regulations Review Committee, 1973-1977
Legislative Staff Internships, Committee for, 1973-1977
Liquor Control Commission, 1971-1977
Local Governments in Connecticut, Commission on, 1980 June 23
Manpower Services Council, Connecticut State, 1973-1976, 3 folders
Mansfield Training School, 1974-1976
Marketing Authority, Connecticut, 1971-1977
Mediation and Arbitration, State Board of, 1970-1972, 2 folders
Medical Assistance Program, Task Force to Study Connecticut's, 1975 July 11 11
Medical - Dental School, Commission to Select a Site for, 1962-1966
Medical Examining Board, Connecticut, 1957-1980, 3 folders
Medical Health Insurance Policies Regarding the Coverage for Costs of Mental Illness, Commission to Study, 1969 July-August
Medicolegal Investigations, Committee on, 1969-1980
Mental Health, Commissioner of, 1957-1976
Mental Health, Board of, 1963-1977
Mental Retardation, Council on, 1966-1980
Mentally Deficient, Compact Administrator for the, 1971-1975
Mentally Ill, Compact Administrator for the, 1971-1976
Metric Coordinating Committee, 1976-1977
Metropolitan District Commission, 1964-1976
Military, Governor's Staff, 1955-1976, 5 folders
Milk Regulation Board, 1967-1977 12
Mobile Homes, Advisory Committee on, 1972-1977
Mortgage Authority, Connecticut, 1970-1977
Motor Vehicle Emission Inspection Agreements, Committee on, 1980 June 20
Motor Vehicles, Commissioner of, 1959-1977
Municipal Police Training Council, 1965-1980
Mystic Oral School, Board of trustees of the, 1968-1977
Narcotics Advisory Council, 1961-1963
National Consumer Information Center, Advisory Council of the, 1973 December 18
National Guard, Connecticut, 1974 August 1
National Area Preserves Advisory Committee, 1969-1977
Natureopathic Examiners, State Board of, 1971-1977
Naugatuck Valley Loan Fund Advisory Committee, 1980 August 29
Naugatuck Valley River Control Commission, 1955-1968
Naval Militia, Connecticut, 1973-1975
Negro Appointees, 1972 February 7
New Britain Memorial Hospital, Board of Directors of the, 1969-1980
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, 1973-1975
New England College of Optometry, 1976-1977
New England College of Veterinary Medicine, 1975 August-December
New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, 1971-1977
New England Program for Teacher Education, 1971 March-November
New England regional Commission, 1971-1975
New England River Basins Commission, 1967-1977
New Haven Harbor, Board of Harbor Commissioners for, 1972-1977
New London Country Courthouse, 1968-1971
New Uses for Old Buildings Committee, 1972 December
Newington Children's Hospital, Board of Directors of the, 1971-1974
No-Fault Insurance Study Committee, 1971 July-August
Noah Webster Foundation, The, 1972 May-September
Noise Abatement Policy Committee, 1980 November 26
Noncollege-bound students, Commission to study means of providing greater opportunities for, 1969 August-September
Nonpublic School Secular Education, Commission to study Public Assistance to, 1969 April-1969 December, 2 folders
Nonpublic School Secular Education, Advisory Council on, 1969-1972
Northeastern Forest Fire Protect Committee, 1972-1973
Northeastern Resources Commission, 1974 August
Norwich Hospital, Board of Trustees of the, 1971 February-July
Nuclear Power Evaluation Council, 1975-1976 13
Nursing, Connecticut State Board of Examiners, 1969-1980
Nursing Home Administrators, Board for the Licensure of, 1970-1977, 2 folders
Nursing Homes, Blue Ribbon Committee to Investigate, 1975-1977
Occupational Licensing, State Boards for, 1965-1973
Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, 1973-1977, 2 folders
Opticians, Commission on, 1971-1980
Optometry, Connecticut State Board of Examiners in, 1973-1977
Organized Crime Prevention and Control, Advisory Committee on, 1973-1976
Osteopathic Examining Board, 1971-1977
Outstanding Older Americans, Selection Committee for, undated
Pardons, Board of, 1964-1977, 2 folders 14
Parole, Board of, 1967-1980, 3 folders
Parole Evaluation and the Commission to Study Alternative Methods of Sentencing Criminals, Commission on, 1977 June 6
Parole Evaluation Techniques and Rehabilitation, Commission on, 1973-1975
Personnel and Administration, Commissioner of, 1967-1977
Personnel Appeal Board, 1957-1977
Personnel Policy Board, 1967-1976
Petroleum Products Control Commission, 1971-1974
Pharmacy, Commission of, 1969-1977
Physical Therapists, Connecticut State Board of Examiners, 1969-1980
Planning and Energy Policy, 1975-1976
Plumbing and Piping Work Examining Board, 1971-1977
Podiatry, Connecticut Board of Examiners in, 1971-1976
Policy and Management, Secretary of, 1977 August 3
Polish Appointments, undated
Port Authority Study Commission, 1969 June -August, undated
Power Facility Evaluation Council, 1971-1977, 2 folders 15
Presidential Candidates, Commission to Study Procedures for Nomination of, 1969 July-October
Private Pension Funds, Regulation of , 1974 June 10
Probate Judicial Conduct, Council on, 1975-1976
Probate Laws, Commission to study and report on a Revision of the, 1967 June-October
Professional Standards Review Council, Statewide, 1976 April 30
Psychologists, Board of Examiners of, 1971-1977
Public Concern, Board of, undated
Public Defender Services Commission, 1974-1980
Public Expenditure Council, Connecticut, 1976 May 26
Public Health Council, 1965-1977
Public Safety, Commissioner of, 1978 December 29
Public Service Company Bonding, Task Force on, 1975 October
Public Utilities Commission, 1955-1975
Public Utilities Control Authority, 1975-1980
Public Utilities Control Authority Reorganization Task Force, 1975-1976
Public Utilities Jurisdiction, Task Force on, 1975 October 1
Public Works, Citizen's Advisory Council on, 1958-1971
Public Works Commissioner, 1967-1976
Public Works Construction Projects Task Force, 1975 May
Radioactive Fallout on Food, Committee on the Effect of, 1962-1971 16
Railroad Advisory Task Force, Governor's, 1974-1977
Railroad Legal Investment Commission, 1961-1963
Real Estate Commission, Connecticut, 1967-1975
Reapportionment Commission, 1971 March-November
Redistricting the Senate, Bi-Partisan Committee to Study the Problems of, 1959-1961
Reemployment, Commission on, 1975 December 11
Refineries, Fact Finding Task Force on, 1974 April-July
Regional Community Colleges, Board of Trustees for, 1971-1977
Regional House Council, 1977 March-October
Resources Priority Board, 1967-1971
Restoration of Historic ASSETS, Committee for the, 1977 August 4
Retirement System for Teachers and State Employees, Commission to Study the, 1974 May-November
Retirement Systems, Special Study Commission to Investigate the Nature and Extent of Any Abuses, 1973-1974
Revenue Task Force, 1969 February-September
Right-of-Way Screening Committee, 1970-1977
Sanitarians, State Board of Registration for, 1971-1977
Scholarship Commission, State, 1965-1977, 2 folders
School Building Projects, Committee to Review Regulations Concerning Standards and Priorities for, 1976 June-July
School Construction Projects, State Grant Commitments for, 1977 June
School Finance Advisory Panel, 1977 May-July
School Finance and Equal opportunity of Educational Opportunity, Commission to Study, 1973-1977
Selective Service, 1970-1976 , 7 folders 17
Shell-Fish Commissioner, 1967-1971
Sheriff, 1960-1975
Social Services, Citizens' Advisory Committee on, 1975-1977
Solicitation of Rides in Motor Vehicles, Committee to Make a Study of the, 1974 June-July
Solid waste Management Advisory Council, Connecticut, 1973 May-1977
Southbury Training School, Board of Trustees of the, 1971-1976
Spanish-Speaking, Governor's Council on Opportunities for the, 1972-1976
Special Education Costs Commission, 1976 May-October
Special Revenue, Connecticut Commission on, 1971-1980, 2 folders 18
Standardization Committee, 1955-1977, 2 folders
State Building Program Committee, 1955-1971, 2 folders
State Colleges, Board of Trustees for the, 1971-1977
State Elections Commission , 1974-1977
State Employee Disabilities Retirement Medical Examining Board, 1971-1977
State Employees' Group Insurance Commission, 1965-1977
State Employees' Retirement Commission, 1967-1977
State Employees' Suggestion Awards Board, 1963-1972
State Employment and Training Council, 1980 August-November
State Governments Committees, Council, Council of, 1975-1977
State Library Board, 1975-1977
State Planning Council, 1967-1972
State Planning and Development, Legislative Committee on, 1973-1977
State Police Commissioner, 1959-1975
State Properties Review Board, 1977 June 14
State Revenue Task Force, 1969-1970
State Student Financial Assistance Commission, 1977 July-October
Steamship Terminals, Commissioners of, 1953-1971 19
Sterling Opera House Foundation, 1962-1977
Structure of State Government, Committee on the, 1975-1976
Student Loan Foundation, Connecticut, 1965-1977
Subsurface Sewage Disposal System Examiners, State Board of, 1974 May-October
Tax Commissioner, 1955-1975
Tax Reform, Governor's Commission on, 1972 June-December
Tax Structure, Bi-Partisan Legislative Committee to Study, 1961 November 22
Teachers, Advisory Board on State Certification of, 1967-1977 , 3 folders
Technical Colleges, State: Board of Trustees for, 1972-1980
Television and Radio Service Examiners, State Board of, 1968-1977
Thames River Valley Flood Control Commission, 1957-1976
Toy Advisory Committee, Governor's, 1975 December 3
Transportation, Commission of, 1969-1976
Tree Protection Examining Board, 1971-1977
Tri-State Regional Planning Council, 1973-1977
Tri-State Traffic Safety Commission, 1961-1962
Tri-State Transportation Commission, 1969-1971, undated
Tuberculosis Control, Hospital Care and Rehabilitation, Council on, 1969-1977
Undercliff Mental Health Center, Board of Trustees for the, 1971-1972
Unemployment Commissioner, 1966-1974
Unemployment Compensation Act, State Advisory Council for the, 1969-1974, 2 folders
Uniform Legislation, Commission on, 1975 April-June 20
University of Connecticut, Board of Trustees of the, 1971-1977
University of Connecticut Health Center, 1973-1976
Utility Finance, Special Task Force on, 1975-1976
Vacation-Travel Council, Governor's, 1970-1980, 2 folders
Venereal Disease, Governor's Task Force on, 1972 February-September
Veteran's Bonus Appeals Board, 1975 February-April
Veteran's Home and Hospital Commission, 1957-1977 , 2 folders
Veterinary Medicine, School of, 1972-1977
Veterinary Medicine for Connecticut Students, Commission to study Alternative Methods of Providing Opportunities in, 1975 October 1
Veterinary Registration and Examination, State Board of, 1956-1980, 2 folders
Vocational Education, State Advisory Council on, 1963-1976
Vocational and Career Education, Connecticut Advisory Council on, 1968-1980, 4 folders 21
Voluntary Action Council, 1972-1980
Water Company Lands, Council on, 1975 June-November
Water Resources Commission, 1967-1971
Weather Control Board, 1959-1979
Welfare Commissioner, 1959-1975
Welfare, Citizens' Advisory Committee on, 1955-1975, 3 folders
Welfare Services, Interstate Compact on, 1961-1973
Well Drilling Board, Connecticut, 1969-1977
White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals, 1976 January-May
Whitfield State Historical Museum, Henry, 1949-1967
Whiting Forensic Institute, Advisory and Review Board for the, 1972-1977
Willimantic Water Department, Special Policemen of the, 1974 July
Women Appointees, 1972-1974, undated, 2 folders
Women, Permanent Commission on the Status of, 1973-1980 22
Workmen's Compensation Commissioners, 1956-1980, 3 folders
Workmen's Compensation System, Commission to Study and Make Recommendations concerning the, 1975-1976
Master Lists, 1965-1981, undated, 8 folders
Bills, 1967-1982
1967 General Assembly Session 23
Engrossed Bills Received, 1967
1969 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1969
1971 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1971
1971 General Assembly Special Session
For Governor's Action, 1971 June 9-August 18
1972 General Assembly Session
Appointments as a result of bills, 1972 April 18-May 24
Engrossed Bills Received, 1972
S.H.B. 8001, State Employees Raises, 1972 October 30 -November 14
1973 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1973
4:B. 8382, Gas Tax, 1973 February 15-16
1974 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1974
Recall of Bills, 1972 March 28-1974 May 6
1975 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1975
Signed or Vetoed, 1975 March 5-August 8, 5 folders
1976 General Assembly Session 24
Appointments as a result of bills, 1976 April 6-October, undated
Engrossed Bills Received, 1976, 2 folders
1977 General Assembly Session
Appointments as a result of bills, 1977 June 30-July 15
Engrossed Bills Received, 1977, 2 folders
H.B. 5022, Battle Bill, 1977 May 16-17, undated
Signed or Vetoed, 1977 February 3-July 14, undated, 2 folders
1978 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1978
1979 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1979
1980 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1980
1981 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1981
1982 General Assembly Session
Engrossed Bills Received, 1982
Correspondence, 1954-1980
General, 1954-1980, undated, 4 folders 25
Eighteen year old voting, 1971
Equal rights for men and women (H.R. 1 of 1973 General Assembly), 1973
Extraditions, 1971-1975
Leases, 1973-1975, undated
Offers of rewards, 1972-1975
Wiretap law, 1972-1973
Executive Orders and Proclamations, 1946-1976
Executive orders, 1972-1976
Proclamations, 1946-1974, undated
Special Elections, 1971-1980
House of Representatives 26
1st District, 1977 December-1979 September
1st District, 1981 January-February
17th District, 1979 December-1980 January
32nd District, 1979 August -1980 January
39th District, 1974 June-1977 December
50th District, 1973 June-August
89th District, 1979 December-1980 November
110th District, 1979 August-1980 January
118th District, 1978 April
104th Districts, 1981 January-February
127th District, 1972 September-1974 January
140th District, 1977 December-1978 January
Senate
1st District, 1979 August-1981 February
34th District, 1979 August-1980 January
Judge of Probate
Enfield, 1972 December-1973 November
Essex, 1971 April -1979 February
Harwinton, 1974 January-July
Middletown, 1976 December-1980 February
Norwich, 1980 February-1981 June
Oxford, 1979 February-July
Plainfield, 1974 July-1975 June
Redding, 1979 February
Salisbury, 1979 June-July
Southington, 1975 June
Stafford, 1971 April-1977 December
Waterbury, 1971 January-April
Westbrook, 1980 February-July
Transmittal Sheets, 1971-1980
1971 General Assembly Session, 1971 February 3-September 8, 3 folders 27
1972 General Assembly Session, 1972 February 15-November 30, 2 folders
1973 General Assembly Session, 1973 January-June 27, 2 folders
1974 General Assembly Session, 1974 February 27-May 24, 2 folders
1975 General Assembly Session, 1975 March 5-December 10, 2 folders
1976 General Assembly Session, 1976 March 3-May 27, 2 folders
1977 General Assembly Session, 1977 February 3-June 28, 2 folders
1979 General Assembly Session, 1979 February 28-1980 January 3, 4 folders 28
1980 General Assembly Session, 1980 March 26-April 28, 2 folders
Accession: 2006-048
Appointments, circa 1960-1989
Last name
A-Da 1
De-H 2
I-Z 3
Boards
Academic Awards - Health Services
Higher Education - Youth Council 4
Series 3. Proclamations, 1630-1993
1630-1749 Vol. 1
1750-1779 Vol. 2
1780-1817 Vol. 3
1818-1860 Vol. 4
1861-1900 Vol. 5
1901-1925 Vol. 6
1926-1948 Vol. 7
1947-1959 Vol. 8
1960-1968 Vol. 9
1969-1971 Vol. 10
1972-1973 Vol. 11
1973-1975 Box 1
1976-1981 Box 2
1981-1990 Box 3
1991-1993 Box 4
Series 4. Correspondence, 1811-1933
Box
Incoming Letters, 1811-1933, Accession: T000004, 24.5 cubic feet
John Treadwell, 1811 1
Roger Griswold, 1811-1812
Oliver Wolcott, Jr.
1819, 1820 April 17-1821 May 31 1
1821 June 4-1822 May 30 2
1822 June 1-1823 December 18 3
1824 January 1-1825 June 10 4
1825 July 1-1827 April 27 5
Miscellaneous Resolutions, 1830-1832 6
John S. Peters, 1832 June 4-1833 May 3
Henry W. Edwards, 1833 May 4- 1834 May 7
Samuel A. Foot, 1834 May 8-1835 May 4
Henry W. Edwards
1835 May 12-1837 May 15 7
1837 May 16-1838 April 23 8
William W. Ellsworth, 1838 May 6-1842 May 3
Chauncey F. Cleveland, 1842 May 6-1844 April 2 9
Public documents from the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1842-1843
Roger S. Baldwin, 1844 January 7-1846 March 31 10
Isaac Toucey, 1846 May 30-December 9
Clark Bissell, 1847 April 13-1849 January 24
Joseph Trumbull, 1849 May 28-1850 April 10
Writs of election, Judges of Probate (Seymour, Pond, Dutton), 1851-1854 11
Thomas S. Seymour, 1850 January 7- 1853 October 13
Charles H. Pond, 1854 April
Henry S. Dutton, 1854 May-1855 May 4
William T. Minor, 1855 May 10-1857 April 23
Alexander H. Holley, 1857 May 8-1858 April 26
William A. Buckingham
1858 April 1-1861 April 15 12
1861 April 16-August 26 13
1861 August 27-September 30 13B
1861 October-December 14
1862 January-May 15
1862 June 1-August 10 16
1862 August 11-September 15 17
1862 September 16-December 31 18
1863 January-April 19
1863 May-August 20
1863 September-November 21
1863 December-1864 February 22
1864 March-June 23
1864 July-September 24
1865 October-January 25
1865 February-May 26
1865 June-August 27
1865 September-1866 February 28
1866 March-April 29
Joseph R. Hawley
General correspondence, 1866 May-December
Applications and appointments, State Commissioner of Deeds, 1866
Insane, 1866
Applications and appointments, 1867 30
Insane, deaf, or blind, 1867 January-April
James E. English
General correspondence, 1867-1869 April, undated
Folders with the same date range are in both Boxes 30 and 31.
General correspondence, 1867-1869 April, undated 31
Marshall Jewell
General correspondence, 1869 May-1870 May
Applications and appointments, 1869 May-1870 April
Insane, deaf, blind, mute, 1869 May-1870 May
James E. English
Applications and appointments, 1870 May-1870 October
Insane, deaf, blind, mute, 1870 May-1871 May
Marshall Jewell 32
General correspondence, 1871 February-December
Insane, deaf, dumb, blind, 1871-1873
General correspondence, 1872 January-1873 March 33
Claims against the United States, 1871-1873
Appointments, 1871 May-1873 34
Charles R. Ingersoll 35
General correspondence, 1873 May-December
Hospitals, asylums, and patients, 1873
Appointments, 1837 March-December
General correspondence, 1874 January-June
General correspondence, 1874 July-December 36
Hospitals, asylums, and patients, 1874
Appointments, 1874
General correspondence, 1875
Hospitals, asylums, and patients, 1875
Appointments, 1875 37
General correspondence, 1876
Hospitals, asylums, and patients, 1876
Appointments, 1876
Richard D. Hubbard 38
General correspondence, 1877
Hospitals, asylums, and patients, 1877
Appointments, 1877
Hospitals, asylums, and patients, 1878 39
Appointments, 1878
Replies to business survey, 1878
Extradition requests from other states, 1878
General correspondence, 1878 40
Charles B. Andrews
General correspondence, 1879
Appointments, 1879
Hospitals, asylums, and patients
1879 January-April
1879 May-December 41
General correspondence, 1880
Hospitals, asylums, and patients, 1880 42
Hobart B. Bigelow
1881
1882 43
Thomas M. Waller
1883
1884-1885 January 44
Henry B. Harrison
1885
1886 45
Phineas C. Lounsbury, 1887-1888
Morgan G. Bulkeley, 1889-1893 46
Luzon B. Morris, 1893-1895 47
O. Vincent Coffin
1895
1895-1897 48
Lorrin A. Cooke, 1897-1899 49
George E. Lounsbury, 1899-1901
George P. McLean, 1901-1903 50
Abiram Chamberlain, 1903-1905 51
Henry Roberts, 1905-1907 52
Rollin S. Woodruff, 1907-1909
George L. Lilley, 1909
Frank B. Weeks, 1909-1911
Simeon E. Baldwin, 1911-1915 53
Marcus H. Holcomb 54
1915-1919
1919-1921 55
Everett J. Lake, 1921-1923
Charles A. Templeton, 1923-1925 56
John H. Trumbull
1925-1927
1927-1931 57
Wilbur L. Cross, 1931-1933
Miscellaneous and unfiled 58-59
Outgoing Letters, 1863-1911, Accession: T001257, 15 volumes
Official Letter Book of Early Governors
William A. Buckingham
1863 April-1864 January Vol. 1
1864 January-April Vol. 2
1863 July-1864 June Vol. 3
1864 April-October Vol. 4
1864 October-1865 July Vol. 5
1865 May-1866 April Vol. 6
Marshall Jewell
1871 May-1873 April Vol. 7
1873 May-1876 December Vol. 8
Richard D. Hubbard
1877 January-September Vol. 9
1877 October-1879 January Vol. 8
Morgan G. Bulkeley (Prentice, Executive Secretary), 1889 January-1892 February Vol. 10
Luxon B. Morris, 1893-1895 February Vol. 11
O. Vincent Coffin
1895 February-1896 November Vol. 11
1896 November-1897 January Vol. 12
Lorrin A. Cooke, 1897-1898 March
Rollin S. Woodruff, 1907 January-1909 January Vol. 13
George L. Lilley and Frank B. Weeks, 1909 January-1910 July Vol. 14
Frank B. Weeks, 1910 July-1911 January Vol. 15
Military Correspondence, 1832-1882, 8.5 cubic feet
Incoming Letters
John S. Peters, 1832 April 3-1833 April 29 84
Henry W. Edwards, 1833 May 4-1834 March 4
Samuel A. Foote, 1834 May 30-1835 April 22
Henry W. Edwards, 1835 May 4-October 37, 1837 July 17
Roger S. Baldwin, 1844 January 11-1846 April 26
Isaac Toucey, 1846 May 7-1847 April 20
Clark Bissel , 1847 May 22-1849 January 18
Joseph Trumbull, 1849 June 13-1850 January 8
Thomas Seymour
1850 May 11-1851 September 26
1851 October 2-1853 October 4 84A
Charles H. Pond, 1853 October 24-1854 May 2
Henry S. Dutton, 1854 May 12-1855 April 19
William T. Minor, 1855 May 3-1856 June 7
Alexander H. Holley, 1857 May 6-1858 April 29
William A. Buckingham
1848 May 1-1859 May
1859 June-1861 September 85
1861 October-1862 October 86
1862 November-1863 December 87
1864 January-1864 November 87A
1864 December-1865 December 88
U.S. Government general correspondence, 1861 November-1864
War Department 88A
General correspondence, 1861-1866
Adjutant General
1864
1864 89
Provost Marshall, 1863-1864
Quartermaster General
1861-1862 June
1862 July-1863 90
State Adjutant General
Printed orders, 1861-1862
1861-1863 July
1863 August-1865 March 91
1865 April-December 91A
State Commissary General
Rations, 1861 May
Rations/Receipts, 1861 April-May
Bills, 1861 April-June
Orders/Contracts, 1861 April-May
State Agents
Reports
1862-1862
1864-1865 May 92
1865 June-1865 December 93
State Miscellaneous
Governors of other states, undated
Governor's Foot Guard, 1862-1864
Town officials, 1862-1863
Charges against Col. Pardee, 1864 June
Medical Board reports, 1861-1864
Notes paid Treasury, 1864 January
Tender of money by bonds, 1861
Imported arms account, 1861-1862
Special session, 1862 94
Printed circulars, 1865-1866, undated
Bonds to respond to a draft, 1862
Telegrams, 1861-1862, 1865-1866
Muster rolls of the Governor's Foot Guard, 1881-1889 95
Applications for admission to military hospitals, 1873-1882 96-98
Series 5. Bond Registers, 1819-1899, Accession: T000005, .5 cubic feet
Box
Transcripts of bonds executed by sheriffs and other officials., 1819-1899 60
Series 6. Applications, 1848-1880, Accession: T001307, 2 cubic feet
Box
Applications for offices and promotions, 1861-1865 61
Applications of chaplains, 1861-1863 62
Applications of surgeons, 1862-1864
Commissioner of Deeds, 1848-1880
Series 7. Miscellaneous Reports, 1860-1945, Accession: T001259, 6 cubic feet
Box
1860-1861, 1863-1864, 1879-1892 61
1893-1894 62
1895-1914 63
1915-1924 64
1925-1932 65
1933-1945 66
Series 10. Commitment Papers, 1828-1948
Box
Accession: T001255, 10.5 cubic feet
General Assembly resolutions, 1829, 1830, 1833 99
Abstracts of beneficiaries, deaf, dumb, and blind, 1830
Incoming letters
Deaf & dumb
1828-1849 99B
1850-1858 April 99C
Indigent & insane
1842, 1843-1845 100A
1846-1849 May 100B
1850 April-1853 March 100C
1853 April-1855 December 100D
1856 January-1858 April 100E
Blind, 1833-1858 June 101
Insane, 1858-1861 101A
Deaf, dumb, blind, indigent, 1860-1862
Incoming letters
1862-1869 102
1869-1876 103
State beneficiaries, Executive Department, 1875-1876
Beneficiaries at different institutions, undated
Papers, Deaf, dumb, and blind persons, 1860-1882 104
Commitments to asylums other than Middletown, 1875-1878
Returns from towns on indigent and pauper insane persons, 1871-1874
Insane beneficiaries, 1879-1884 105
Discharges
Apparently commitment papers for persons who died or were discharged.
A-L, 1869-1878 106
M-Z, 1869-1878
Record of beneficiaries, circa 1855-1935, 2 volumes
Accession: T001254, 22.5 cubic feet
Commitments to Middletown, 1877-1921
Arranged by case number.
1-2753 109
2754-4535 110
4536-6017 111
6018-7580 112
7581-9203 113
9204-10796 114
19797-12189 115
12190-13397 116
13398-14619 117
14620-15859 118
15660-17407 119
17416-18802 120
Commitments to Norwich, 1904-1921
Arranged by case number.
1-446 121
447-1824 122
1825-3149 123
3150-5903 124
Commitments sent to other institutions, 1871-1949
Years 1871-1875 arranged alphabetically. Years 1879-1948 arranged chronologically.
1871-1898 125
1899-1919 126
1919-1931 127
1931-1948 128
Mansfield Colony for Epileptics, 1914-1916
Arranged by case number, 1-140.
Commitments, 1916-1947
1916-1929 129
1930-1935 May 130
1935 June-1937 131
Commitment correspondence, 1935 June-1937
Monthly hospital reports, 1869-1921
1869-1898 132
1899-1921 133
Series 11. Appointment registers, 1871-1978, Accession: T003185, 2.5 cubic feet
Box
Appointments, 1871-1933 1
Board and Commissions are ordered alphabetically within the volume.
Appointments listed chronologically for each board and commission.
Date range of volume refers to dates of appointments.
The last expiration date noted is 1942.
Railroad, Steamboat, Street & Electric R.R. Policemen, 1898-1937
Appointments, Loose-leaf binder, 1900-1959
Board and Commissions are ordered alphabetically within the volume.
Appointments listed chronologically for each board and commission.
Date range of volume refers to dates of appointments.
The last expiration date noted is 1965.
The bulk of the entries are dated from the 1940s and 1950s.
Contains text of statutes for each board and commission.
Governor's Appointments, Permanent Records, by William F. Siering, Governor's Executive Clerk, 1893-1977 2
Board and Commissions are ordered alphabetically within the volume.
Appointments listed chronologically for each board and commission.
Date range of volume refers to dates of appointments.
Date range of volume refers to dates of appointments.
The last expiration date noted is 1986.
The bulk of the entries are dated from the 1950s to 1970s.
Executive Clerk's Journal, William F. Siering, 1955-1978 3
Board and Commissions are ordered alphabetically within the volume.
Appointments listed chronologically for each board and commission.
Date range of volume refers to dates of appointments.
The last expiration date noted is 1986.
The bulk of the entries are dated from the 1970s.
Series 12. Commissioner of Deeds, 1879-1949, Accession: T003186
Records of Connecticut Residents in other states, 1879-1949, 1 volume
Series 13. Office of the Lieutenant Governor, 1991-1994
Box
Eunice Groark, 1991-1994, Accession: 1995-027, 3 cubic feet
Correspondence
1991 1
1992-1993 April 2
1993 June-1994 3
M. Jodi Rell, circa 1995-2004, Accession: 1995-114, 7 cubic feet
Records, circa 1995-2004
These records are unprocessed.
Michael Fedele, 2007-2010, Accession: 2011-099, 16 cubic feet
Records, 2007-2010
These records are unprocessed.
Series 14. Requisitions and Waivers of Extraditions, 1905-1993
Box
Requisitions, 1905-1959
Accession: 1991-009, 3.5 cubic feet
Outgoing
1905-1908 1
1909-1913 2
1914-1917 3
1917-1920 4
Accession: 1998-029A, 1 cubic foot
Outgoing, 1921-1924 1
Accession: T001243, 2 cubic feet
Incoming
1923-1924 July 137
1924 September-1925 September 138
1925 October-1926 139
Outgoing, 1924-1926 140
Accession: 1991-033, 2 cubic feet
Outgoing
1926-1928 5
1929-1930 6
Accession: 1999-147, 3 cubic feet
Outgoing
1930 1
1931 2
1932 3
Incoming
1930-1932 March 4
1932 March-1933 5
Accession: 2000-018, 2 cubic feet
Incoming and Outgoing
1947-1949 78
1948-1959 80
Extradition Files and Waivers of Extraditions, 1950-1993
Accession: T003132, 41 cubic feet
Extradition Files, 1950-1975
Brown-George 1
Georgulis-Godfrey 2
Goedicke-Gosselin 3
Goulart-Hanesack 4
Hancy-Heywrd 5
Hicks-Holman 6
Holt-Ingles 7
Iorio-Johnson 8
Johnson-Jones 9
Jones-Kennedy, William E. 10
Kennedy, William Floyd-King 11
Kohler-LaPointe 12
Larmond-Liggett 13
Little-Mackenzie, Daniel A. 14
Mackenzie, George-Marshall 15
Marshall-MxCall 16
McCarthy-McFadden 17
McFarlin-Mercado 18
Merced-Moir 19
Montgomery-Munn 20
Murchison-Ocacio 21
O'Connell-Paolino 22
Paquin-Perrier 23
Perrone-Poole 24
Porchedeau-Rand 25
Randolph-Richello 26
Richter-Rodkin 27
Rodriguez-Rossi 28
Rossignol-Santos 29
Sapero-Seale 30
Seaton-Simmons 31
Simms-Somma 32
Spanos-Swass 33
Szabo-Turner 34
Vellencourt-Weiss 35
Welch-Wilcoxsen 36
Wilkes-Yellitze 37
Young-Zottola 38
Extradition Files, 1975-1982
Abbot-Avis 39
Ayala-Bianco 40
Blair-Brooks 41
Brown-Capone 42
Carpenter-Coffman 43
Cohen-Creel 44
Crisafi-Dendy 45
Diaz-Fanchen 46
Fealey-Foss 47
Foster-Girardin 48
Gomez-Hart 49
Harvey-Howard 50
Hughley-Kemp 51
Klinger-Lorc 52
Lowman-Masterson 53
Mathews-Michaud 54
Middlebrook-Morrow 55
Motts-O'Connell 56
Ogman-Piplein 57
Pope-Rizzio 58
Roberson-Sanabria 59
Sanchez-Seymour 60
Shack-Smith, Carlton A. 61
Smith, Claude Samuel, Jr.-Spencer 62
Spring-Sullivan 63
Summa-Thibault 64
Thomas-Townsend 65
Trerotola-Tuttle 66
Tyson-Vrusho 67
Wachter-Wells 68
Wentworth-Williams, Robert 69
Williams, Shelley-Zaler 70
Zikusto-Zunno 71
Extradition Files, 1982-1986
Abels-Badessa 72
Bailey-Bradley 73
Braley-Carter 74
Cassidy-Cote 75
Cowette-Dubek 76
Durham-Gannon 77
Garner-Green 78
Griffen-Herbert 79
Herman-Kaba 80
Kachuk-Koufos 81
Krill-Mancinone 82
Mandell-McGurgan 83
McHugh-Mims 84
Minutelli-Nelson 85
Nocera-Providence 86
Rafael-Sanders 87
Santiago-Sweeney 88
Sweeney-Vandowski 89
Vega-Williams 90
Williams-Zavalko 91
Petitions Denied
Alston-Reilly 92
Robinson-Rosabal 93
Miscellaneous Correspondence
Extradition folder/Sample letter/Information
[Misc.]
Extradition correspondence, 1957-1967
Extradition correspondence, 1953-1959
Extradition Officials Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1967
Waivers of Extradition
1975-1976 94
1976-1979 95
1979-1980 96
1981-1982 97
1982 98
Accession: 2005-038, 1 cubic foot
Waivers of Extradition
1980-1986 1
1987-1993 2
Correspondence, 1988, 1992
Manual, undated
Accession: 2011-108, 29 cubic feet
Extradition Files, 1951-1981
A-Bai 1
Bak-Bend 2
Bene-Broc 3
Broo-Capp 4
Capr-Cla 5
Cle-Cul 6
Cum-Del 7
Dem-Dum 8
Dun-Fe 9
Fi-Gam 10
Extradition Files, 1975-1979
A-Bo 11
Br-C 12
D-Gl 13
Go-Jones, John 14
Jones, Joseph-Mon 15
Mou-Riv 16
Extradition Files, 1985-1987
A-H, 1985 17
J-Sl, 1985 18
St-W, 1985 19
A-Cl, 1986
Co-H, 1986 20
I-O, 1986 21
P-Sc, 1986 22
Sh-Y, 1986 23
A-C, 1987 24
D-Ha, 1987 25
He-M, 1987 26
O-R, 1987 27
S, 1987 28
T-W, 1987 29
Subgroup 20. Frank B. Weeks, 1909-1911, 1.75 cubic feet
Box
Accession: T001247
Outgoing letters, 1909 November-1910 December 201
Incoming letters
1909 April-1910 January 202
1910 January-December 203
1911 January-1912 December 204
Accession: 2007-035
Incoming letters, 1908-1910 1
Detail listing with letters.
Subgroup 21. Simeon A. Baldwin, 1911-1915, Accession: T001231, 11.75 cubic feet
Box
Numerical files, 1911-1912
1-10 205
11-40 206
41-95 207
96-140 208
141-198 209
199-220 210
221-239 211
240-270 212
271-295 213
296-329 214
330-358 215
359-400 216
Alphabetical card index
1911-1912
A-Q 217
R-Z 218
1913-1914
A-C 218
D-Mi 219
Mo-Z 220
Numerical files, 1913-1914
1-12 221
13-20 222
21-27 223
28-40 224
41-52 225
53-60 226
61-79 227
80-95 228
96-120 229
121-150 230
151-180 231
181-216 232
217-259 Unnumbered box
Official correspondence
Correspondence pertaining to appointments as Notary Public, 1913-1915 233
Subgroup 22. Marcus H. Holcomb, 1915-1921
Box
Accession: T001245, 20.5 cubic feet
Numerical Files, 1915-1916
1-13 234
14-26 235
27-34 236
35-42 237
43-52 238
53-58 239
59-75 240
76-91 241
92-113 242
114-134 243
135-166 244
167-199 245
Numerical File 200 and Correspondence pertaining to appointments as Notary Public, 1916-1917 246
Unarranged.
Alphabetical card index
1915-1916 247
1917-1919
1919-1921
A-C
C-Z 248
Draft Files, 1918
Numerical Files, 1917-1918
1-13 249
13-22 250
23-35 251
36-46 252
47-64 253
65-80 (Apr) 254
80-83 255
84-101 256
102-117 257
118-130 258
131-137 3/4 259
138-144 260
145 261
145-148 262
149-162 263
163-182 264
183-224 265
201 A-Z 266
Numerical Files, 1919-1920
1-13 267
14-33 268
34-38 269
39-52 270
53, 1919-1920 271a
53, 1920 271b
54-59 272
60-77 273
78-87 274
88-110 275
111-134 276
134-158 277
159-192 278
193-223 279
224-245 280
Federal Suffrage Amendment, Petitions to Gov. Marcus H. Holcomb, 1920
Bound volumes of correspondence calling special session of the General Assembly to ratify the 19th amendment.
A-C Vol. 1
D-J Vol. 2
K-S Vol. 3
T-Z Vol. 4
Miscellaneous Vol. 5
Accession: 1993-084
Resolutions adopted at Conference of New England Governors, 1919 December 10 shared box
Subgroup 23. Everett J. Lake, 1921-1923, Accession: T001241, 7 cubic feet
Box
Alphabetical card index, 1921-1923 281
Alphabetical index to Personal Files, 1921-1923
Numerical Files, 1921-1923
2-27 282
28-43 283
44-59 284
60-69 285
70-90 286
91-120 287
121-149 288
151-161 289
Miscellaneous
Personal Files, 1921-1923
Official correspondence on personnel and political matters.
Grouped by subject of state agency name and filed numerically.
1-20 290
22-36 291
37-52 292
53-71 293
72-84
81, 83, 84 belong to Gov. Templeton.
Subgroup 24. Charles A. Templeton, 1923-1925, Accession: T001240, 6.5 cubic feet
Box
Alphabetical card index, 1923-1925 281
Numerical Files, 1923-1925
4-10 295
11-16 296
17-21 297
22-30 298
31-41 299
42-50 300
50-51 301
52-58 302
59-65 303
67-70 304
71-89 305
90-97 306
98-103 307
Subgroup 25. John H. Trumbull, 1925-1931
Inventory of John H. Trumbull Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 26. Wilbur L. Cross, 1931-1939
Inventory of Wilbur L. Cross Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 27. Raymond E. Baldwin, Jr., 1939-1941
Inventory of Raymond E. Baldwin Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 28. Robert A. Hurley, 1941-1943
Inventory of Robert A. Hurley Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 29. Raymond E. Baldwin, Jr., 1943-1946
Inventory of Raymond E. Baldwin Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 30. James L. McConaughy and James C. Shannon, 1947-1949
Inventory of James L. McConaughy and James C. Shannon Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 31. Chester Bowles, 1949-1951
Inventory of Chester Bowles Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 32. John Davis Lodge, 1951-1955
Inventory of John Davis Lodge Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 33. Abraham Ribicoff, 1955-1961
Inventory of Abraham Ribicoff Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 34. John Dempsey, 1961-1971
Inventory of John Dempsey Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 35. Thomas J. Meskill, 1971-1975
Inventory of Thomas J. Meskill Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 36. Ella T. Grasso, 1971-1980
Inventory of Ella Grasso Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 37. William A. O'Neill, 1980-1991
Inventory of William A. O'Neill Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 38. Lowell P. Weicker, 1990-1994
Inventory of Lowell P. Weicker Gubernatorial Records
Subgroup 39. John G. Rowland, 1995-2004
Records of Gov. Rowland are being processed. Contact State Archives staff for assistance.
Subgroup 40. M. Jodi Rell, 2004-2011
Records of Gov. Rell have not been processed. Contact State Archives staff for assistance.