TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Biographical Note

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Container List

Series 1. Correspondence

Series 2. Subject Files

Series 3. War Orders 1944-1946

Series 4. Committee to Study the Medical and Hospital Service at Connecticut Veterans Home and Hospital 1946

RG 005:029, Office of the Governor: Raymond E. Baldwin (1943-1946)

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 (1943-1946 : Baldwin)
Title: Raymond E. Baldwin records
Dates: 1943-1946
Quantity: 44.25 cubic feet
Abstract: Gov. Raymond E. Baldwin's correspondence, subject files, and war orders from his second administration.
Identification: RG005_029
Accession: Multiple
Language: The records are in English.

Biographical Note

Born: August 31, 1893, Rye, New York.
College: Wesleyan University, 1916; Yale Law School, 1921.
Political Party: Republican.
Offices: Stratford Town Court, Prosecutor, 1927-1930,
Stratford Town Court, Judge, 1931-1933,
Connecticut General Assembly, House, 1930-1935,
Governor of Connecticut, 1939-1941, 1943-1946,
US Senate, 1946-1949,
Associate Justice, Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors, 1949-1959,
Chief Justice, Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors, 1959-1963.
Died: October 4, 1986, Fairfield, Connecticut.

It had been more than 70 years since a Connecticut governor who was voted out of office successfully won it back at a later election. Beginning in 1938, Raymond Baldwin ran for the office in four consecutive elections and won three of them.

Although his ancestors had lived in Connecticut for many years, Baldwin was born just across the border in Rye, New York, the son of Lucian Earl and Sarah Emily (Tyler) Baldwin. The family moved to Middletown, Connecticut in 1901, where he attended Central Grammar School, graduated from Middletown High School in 1912, and graduated from Wesleyan University in 1916. He served in the US Navy during World War I, enlisting as a seaman. He was assigned to officer training school and in February 1918 was commissioned as an ensign at Annapolis. His war service was on a destroyer. Following the war, he received a law degree from Yale in 1921. Baldwin practiced law in New Haven and Bridgeport. On June 29, 1922 he married Edith Lindholm of Middletown, daughter of Andrew and Louisa Lindholm, a graduate of Connecticut College at New London and a teacher at Middletown High School. They had three children. Edith died in 1970.

In 1922, Baldwin was interviewed by Republican Party chairman, J. Henry Roraback, who designated him to be Governor Templeton's personal secretary. However, Baldwin angered the party boss by refusing to do so. He served as prosecutor of the Stratford Town Court from 1927-1930 and judge of the Stratford Town Court from 1931-1933. In 1930 he was elected to the General Assembly; in 1933 he became House Majority Leader and chairman of the Judiciary Committee.

When Roraback committed suicide in 1937, the Republican Party had no one who was able to replace him as the party's boss. Baldwin collaborated with others in the party who called themselves "New Republicans" and was nominated to run for governor as a reform candidate. His campaign was aided by the strong vote gained that year by the Socialist candidate, Jasper McLevy. Baldwin was also helped by the Union Party, a small third party that made him its candidate for governor. This party's 3,046 votes actually gave him the margin of victory he needed to defeat the popular four-term governor, Wilbur Cross. Baldwin won by 2,688 votes out of some 458,000 cast. He served one term and then lost his reelection bid to Robert Hurley during the nation-wide Democratic sweep of 1940. However, two years later he challenged Hurley and was once more elected governor. He was reelected in 1944.

As governor, Baldwin established compulsory annual audits of state and town books and was able to balance the state budget without seeking new taxes. He tended to support the needs of Connecticut businesses and did not like the increased role of the Federal government under the New Deal. However, he provided a more moderate approach to government than had the Republican administrations of the 1920's.

Baldwin's accomplishments as governor were prodigious. He supported more progressive labor legislation, including an anti-injunction bill, the redefinition of conspiracy laws, greater workers' compensation benefits, and the first comprehensive pension system for state employees. He supported efforts to employ more workers in Connecticut and established a job-training program to prepare workers for defense industry jobs. This program became a model for similar programs throughout the country. In 1943 he established the Inter-Racial Commission so that grievances of the state's African-American population might be heard. This commission is believed to be the first civil rights unit of its kind in the country. He also reformed the minor court system.

Two and a half years before the US entered World War II, Baldwin reorganized the state's Military Department. He also established the State Development Commission and the Aeronautical Development Commission, two agencies that helped convert Connecticut industry from peacetime output to defense and war production. During the war, the State Defense Council was recognized as one of the foremost in the country.

In 1944 Baldwin was elected to a third term. In 1945, there was a 150-day labor strike in Connecticut. Believing it threatened national security, he used troops to stop it. During this term a state labor relations act was passed, a Connecticut Veterans Advisory and Reemployment Commission established, and a program to help equalize educational opportunities was launched.

Baldwin had planned to retire from politics when his term ended in January of 1947, but in 1946 he was convinced by his party to run for the US Senate. In order to gain seniority over other freshman senators, Baldwin resigned as governor on December 27, 1946 and went to Washington to fill the remaining term of Senator Francis T. Maloney, who had died in early January 1945. The seat had been temporarily held by Admiral Thomas C. Hart, of Sharon, Connecticut. Baldwin's resignation allowed the Democratic lieutenant governor, Wilbert Snow, to serve 13 days as governor.

Raymond Baldwin had a presence on the national Republican stage. In 1940 he was a potential running mate for Wendell Wilkie but failed to gain the nomination. In 1944 he was spoken of as potential presidential candidate. He was the Connecticut "favorite son" presidential candidate at the 1948 Republican National Convention.

In 1949, Baldwin resigned from the Senate to accept appointment by Democratic Governor Chester Bowles to the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors. He became its Chief Justice in 1959, thereby becoming only the second Connecticut person to have served as the state's governor, US Senator, and Chief Justice (the first was Jonathan Trumbull). As Chief Justice he oversaw a major reorganization of the state's court system. After he retired from the court in 1963, Baldwin continued to work in the justice system as a referee.

He was the chairman of Connecticut's Constitutional Convention of 1965, which rewrote the state's Constitution to conform to the US Supreme Court's one-man, one-vote ruling. Baldwin was a member of the Connecticut State Library Committee and its successor, the State Library Board, from 1957-1982 and served as its chair for many years. In tribute to his service, the board renamed the State Library's museum the Raymond E. Baldwin Museum of Connecticut History in 1983. The Baldwin Bridge that carries the Connecticut Turnpike (Rt. 95) from Old Lyme to Old Saybrook is also named for him. Baldwin was the first governor to use the Governor's Mansion located on Prospect Avenue in Hartford. Two homes he once owned, one in Stratford and one in Middletown, are in private hands.

Bibliography

Baldwin, Raymond E. Let's Go Into Politics. New York: Macmillan, 1952 [CSL call number JF 2051 .B24].

Boston Sunday Globe, October 5, 1986, p. 55.

Hartford Courant, October 5, 1986, p. 1.

Johnson, Curtiss S. Raymond E. Baldwin: Connecticut Statesman. Chester, Conn.: Pequot Press, 1972 [CSL call number F 100 .B3 J6].

New York Times, October 5, 1986, p. 44.

Sobel, Robert and John Raimo. Biographical Directory of the Governors of the United States, 1789-1978. Westport, Conn.: Meckler Books, 1978 [CSL call number GIS Ref E 176 .B573].

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Scope and Content

Gov. Raymond E. Baldwin's records are correspondence and subject files related to state agencies, commissions, legislative bills, and appointments among other topics. Also included are war orders.

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Arrangement

Series 1. Correspondence.

Series 2. Subject Files.

Series 3. War Orders.

Series 4. Committee to Study the Medical and Hospital Service at the Connecticut Veterans Home and Hospital.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

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

RG 005:27, Records of the Governor, Gov. Raymond E. Baldwin, 1939-1941.

RG 006:38, Records of the Secretary of the State: Constitutional Convention of 1965.

RG 012, Records of the Connecticut State Library.

RG 040, Records of the Post-War Planning Board, 1943-1945.

RG 049, Records of the Veterans Advisory Commission, 1943-1949.

RG 050, Records of the State War Council, 1940-1945.

RG 069:10, Papers of Raymond E. Baldwin, 1938-1977. Includes records and manuscripts from his gubernatorial term up through his term as Supreme Court Justice and scrapbooks covering his entire career. Hundreds of photographs from the Baldwin family are housed with the Pictorial Archives.

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Index Terms

Persons:

Baldwin, Raymond E. (Raymond Earl), 1893-1986

Subjects:

Baldwin, Raymond E. (Raymond Earl), 1893-1986 -- Archives
Connecticut -- History -- Sources
Connecticut -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950 -- Sources
Connecticut. Office of the Governor -- Archives
Governors -- Connecticut -- Archives

Document Types:

Correspondence
Executive orders
Records

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Container List

Series 1. Correspondence, Accession: 1946-10
Box
A-D 442
E-Ka 443
Ke-Mo 444
Mu-Ri 445
Ro-Ti 446
To-Z 447
Series 2. Subject Files, Accession: 1946-10
Box
Accountancy Board 448
Addresses
Acceptance Speech, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, Republican State Convention, 1946 September 10
African Dance Festival, Carnegie Hall , 1945 April 6
American Legion Convention, Hotel Bond, Hartford, not used, 1946 August 16
Armistice Day celebration, State Capitol, 1946 November 11
"Bills before the general Assembly", radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 May 21
Birthday celebration of Republic of China, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, 1944 October 10
Board of New England Tax Officials, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1946 October 3
Budget, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 February 19
California State Chamber of Commerce, 1946 December 4
Choate School 15th Anniversary, Wallingford, Connecticut, 1946 September 27
Closing days of the General Assembly, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 June 11
Commencement Day, Greenwich Academy, 1945 June 2
Commencement Exercises, St. Joseph's College, West Hartford, 1945 June 8
Connecticut Cancer Society Drive, radio address, WDRC, Hartford, 1945 April 12
Connecticut Cancer Society Fund, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 April 1
Connecticut Federation of Labor, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1946 September 5
Connecticut Forum of Air 2nd Anniversary, recorded and broadcast, 1945 July 23
Connecticut Labor Relations Act, 1945 March 26
Connecticut Manufacturer's Association, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, 1946 October 30
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., Community Chest Drive, 1946 October 14
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, 1946 June 21
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1946 June 26
Connecticut Prison Association, Annual Luncheon, St. Joseph's College , 1945 March 21
Connecticut Program for Veterans , radio address, WDRC, WBRY, WELI, WNLC, 6:30 p.m., 1946 April 10
Connecticut State Bankers Association, Hotel Taft, New Haven, 1946 January 17
Connecticut State Employees Association, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1946 October 6
Connecticut State Grange, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1945 January 10
Connecticut State Medical Society, Annual Meeting, Hartford Club, Dr. Osborn read the speech, 1946 May 2
Connecticut State Nurses Association, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1946 October 23
Connecticut State Society Dinner, Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C., 1946 February 6
Connecticut's War Program, War Council, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 April 16
Convocation, Board of Education, State Teachers" College, New Britain, Connecticut, 1946 October 19
Courts, Infantile paralysis drives, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 January 15
Darien's Women Republican Club, Darien High School, Darien, Connecticut, 1946 September 18
Demobilization Ceremony, 1945 June 16
Factory Valley, New Haven Clock Company, New Haven, 1946 October 31
"Farm Safety Week", "UFC", radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 July 22
Fire prevention, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 April 8
Fire prevention, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 May 1
"Food" talk, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 March 25
"Founders" Day", Lincoln, Nebraska, 1946 February 12
Gasoline and man power, radio address, WTIC, WICC, WELI, 7:30 p.m., 1943 June 5
Hartford County Republican Women Lunch, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1946 October 9
Highways, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 March 5
Housing, New Haven Junior Chamber of Commerce, radio address, WNHC, 1946 March 11
Infantile March of Dimes Drive, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 January 14
Infantry Show, Bulkely Stadium, Hartford, 1945 June 19
Inter-racial Scholarship Award, House of Representatives, 1945 June 19
Latin America, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 April 9
Legislative matters, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 May 7
Legislative program, General Assembly, radio program, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 April 30
Litchfield County Emergency Famine, Torrington, Connecticut, 1946 April 29
Middlesex County Republican Women, Pease House, Saybrook, 1946 October 17
"Neal Moylan", radio address, WTHT, 1945 November 2
National Council of Jewish Women, Avery Memorial, radio forum, 1946 October 9
National Maritime Day Celebration, Fort Trumbull, New London, 1945 May 22
National Retail Dry goods Association, Hotel Pennsylvania, 1945 January 11
National Tool and Die Manufacturers" Association, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1946 January 25
"Nationwide RR Strike", radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 May 24
Navy Day, Hartford, 1946 October 26
New Haven League of Women Voters, Hotel Taft, New Haven, 1946 October 28
New Haven Women Republican Dinner, Hotel Taft, New Haven, 1946 September 16
Newington Home for Crippled Children, 1946 October 17
"New London Safety Award", radio address, WNLC, New London, 1946 July 11
The Norwalk Forum, 1946 October 16
Old Farms Convalescent Hospital, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 November 24
"One World Dinner", Hotel Astor, New York, 1945 February 18
Outline of Government, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 April 2
Pan-American League, Mr. Fernando lee, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 April 15
"Peace", radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 April 23
Presentation of Navy Cross, Senate Chamber, 1945 July 11
Prize Day, Kent School, 1945 May 30
Rally for Colored Group, Shiloh Hall, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1945 October 13
43rd Division Reactivation, Armory, 1946 October 15
Reception for Major General Wayne, Hartford, 1945 December 1
"Reconversion", radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 September 10
Red Cross Rally, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, 1945 February 1
Republican candidates for general Assembly, Putnam, Connecticut, 1946 October 18
Republican State Central Committee, Lake Compounce, Bristol, Connecticut, 1946 July 15
Retail President's Conference, West Middle School, Hartford, 1946 October 16
Rochambeau Day, Old State House, Hartford, 1946 September 20
7th War Loan Drive, radio address, Hartford, 1945 May 14
Situation in General Assembly, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 May 28
Situation in General Assembly, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 June 4
Situation in General Assembly, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 January 22
Social Protection Conference, Connecticut War Council, Hartford Club, 1945 January 6
Special Session of the General Assembly, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 April 22
Special Session of the General Assembly, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 May 15
State Highway Department 50th Anniversary, Senate Chambers, 1945 July 20
Stratford Rally, 1944 October 19
Tercentenary of New London, afternoon speech, 1946 April 30
Traffic Safety Award Luncheon, Hartford Club, 1945 May 23
United War Fund Meeting, Hartford, 1945 October 4
U.S. Maritime Officers School, New London, morning, 1946 April 30
Veterans, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 March 19
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Hotel Taft, New Haven, 1946 October 5
Victory Campaign, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 September 24
WAC Medical Technicians Recruitment, 1945 March 14
War Powers, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 February 26
"WAVES" 3rd Anniversary, recorded broadcast, WNHC, 1945 July 25
Welcome to station WNOC, recording, 1946 September 6
Wildlife, Forest Parks, radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 2:45 p.m., 1946 March 2
Windham County Republican Women, Shell Chateau, Willimantic, Connecticut, 1946 October 9
Youth Awards Luncheon, Hotel Bond, Hartford, 1945 January 4
American Legion, New Haven, Connecticut, 1946 October 19
Bennett College, North Carolina, 1946 November 8
Bloomfield College and Seminary, Bloomfield, New Jersey, 1946 November 25
Central Baptist Church, Hartford, 1945 October 14
Cheshire Academy, Cheshire, Connecticut, 1946 January 24
Christ Church Forum, New York City, 1945 September 26
Governors" Conference, Mackinac Island, Michigan, 1945 July 2
Selective Service, State Armory, Hartford, 1946 January 21
Radio address, WICC, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1944 December 23
Radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1944 October 16
Radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1944 October 26
Monday Nite Radio Address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 January 8
Monday Evening Address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 February 5
Radio address, WICC and WTIC, Hartford, 1945 February 12
Radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1945 March 12
Radio address, WDRC, Hartford, 1946 October 11
Radio address, WDRC, Hartford, 1946 October 15
Radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 4:30 p.m., 1946 October 20
Radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 November 2
Radio address, WTIC, Hartford, 1946 November 4
Radio address, WDRC, Hartford, 1946 November 4
Radio address, WNLC, New London, Connecticut, 1946 October 25
Radio address, WSRR, Stamford, Connecticut, 1944 October 27
Radio address, WSTC, Stamford, Connecticut, 1944 October 24
Radio address, WSTC, Stamford, Connecticut, 1944 October 26
Radio address, WWCO, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1944 October 29 449
Republican Campaign radio address, Torrington, 1944 November 1
Republican Campaign radio address, WNLC, New London, Connecticut, 1944 November 2
Republican Campaign radio address by Gov. Baldwin, WTIC, Hartford, 1944 November 5
Republican Campaign radio address, Saltonstall, Edge, and Senator Austin, WNBC, 1944 November 5
Address by Herbert Hoover, "The San Francisco Charter and the Progress toward Enduring Peace"
Address by Gov. Herbert R. O'Connor, Salisbury Rotary Club, Wicomico Hotel, 1945 August 16
Address by Lt. Gov. Wilbert Snow, "To the Marines," Hall of Flags, State Capitol, 1946 August 30
Address by Harold E. Stassen, Republican State Convention, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, Connecticut, 1946 September 9
Adjutant General , 2 folders
Advisory Board on Aeronautics
Advisory Committee, Institute of Labor and Management Relations
Advisory Council for State Employees
Advisory Highway Commission
Advisory Personnel Committee
Aeronautics Commission
Aeronautics Department
Agricultural Experiment Station
Agriculture Department
Airport Meeting Luncheon Hartford Times - Mr. Murphy
Air Transport
Alcohol Control
American Academy of Political and Social Science
American Palestine Committee
American School for the Deaf
Apprenticeship Council 450
Appropriations
Arbor Day
Architectural Examining Board
Army Exhibit State Armory July 10, 11, 12, 13, 1946
Athletic Commissioner
Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission
Attorney General
Auditing Department
Aviation Legislation - Governors' Conference - Correspondence with Frank Bane
Aviation - Meeting of January 8, 1945, Hartford, Conn.
Avon Old Farms School (School for Blind Veterans)
Banking - Credit Pools
Banking Department
Barber Examiners
Battleship Connecticut
Beach Erosion
Blood Plasma Bank
Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Board of Education for the Blind
Board of Examiners of Embalmers
Board of Examiners for Physiotherapy Technicians
Board of Examiners of Psychologists
Board of Natureopathic Examiners
Board of Osteopathic Registration and Examination
Board of Pardons
Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors
Board of Supervision of Dams
Bradley Field
Branford Town Court Judgeship
Bridgeport Police Situation
Budget Division
Budget Hearings
Budget Message
Cancer Drive 451
Celebration, 102nd Inf.
Celebrities in Conn., List of
Census Bureau
Central Labor Council (New Haven)
Chamber of Commerce
Charter Oak Bridge
Child Care Center
Child Study Clinic
Chiropody Board
Chiropractic
Circus Catastrophe - Hartford July 6, 1944
City Courts
Civil Air Patrol
Civilian Production Administration
Claims against the State of Conn.
Clyma, Carl [Connecticut Servicemen's Commemorative Booklet]
Coast Guard
Colchester Election to be held to Elect Someone to Succeed Judge Shugre who is resigning
Commentary on Newsreel "We Need Job-Makers" by Governor Baldwin and "We, the People" Program, 1945 October 21
Commerce Department
Commission to Study the Aged and Chronically Ill
Commission to Study the Probate Court System
Commissioners of Steamship Terminals
Commission to Study Highway System
Commission to Study Human Resources in Connecticut
Commission to Study the Judicial System
Commission to Study the Need for a New Haven and West Haven Port Authority
Commission to Study the Organization for Peace
Commission, Trustees of Inebriate
Commissions Created by the 1943 General Assembly
Committee for Constitutional Government
Community Service Center, Bridgeport
Comptroller's Department 452
Compulsory Peacetime Military Training
Conference on Food, Hotel Roosevelt, New York , 1945 June 22
Conference on State Defense
Congressional Representatives - Corresp.
Congressmen - Correspondence
Congressmen, Meeting with, at Hartford Club Re: Milk, Feed, Food & Fuel Situations, 1943 September 2
Connecticut Council of Churches
Connecticut, Facts About
Connecticut Food Producing Committee
Connecticut Forum - Ralph Dellaselva Record Cut, "Reconversion" [transcript] - For Use August 27, 1945
Connecticut Labor Management Commission
Connecticut Laundry Owners' Association
Connecticut Hospital Service
Connecticut League of Women Voters
Connecticut Marketing Authority
Connecticut Mercantile Wage Board
Connecticut Plan for Hospital Care
Connecticut Prison Association
Connecticut Products
Connecticut Public Expenditure Council
Connecticut Reformatory [Includes Minutes of Meetings and Superintendent's recommendations.] 453
Connecticut Safety Society
Connecticut Society for Crippled Children and Adults (The Workshop)
Connecticut State Employees' Association
Connecticut State Teachers' Association
Conservation
Consul Generals
Corn Situation
Council of State Government [Comprises half of the box.]
Council of State Governments Insurance Committee 454
Council of State Governments - State-Local Relations
County Agents
County Commissioners
County Homes
County Jails
County Sheriffs
Dairy and Food Commission
Danbury Election
Danbury Traffic Court
Danielson Town Court
Defense Council
Defense Council - Agriculture
Defense Council - Forest Fire Service
Defense Council - Hospital Div.
Defense Council - Salvage Committee
Defense Council - Transportation
Deficiency Appropriations Bill
Dental Commission
Development Commission , 4 folders
Development Commission American Symphony Movie 455
Development Commission Bulletins
Development Commission Letters to Mr. Edwards - People
Development Commission Zoning Matters
Directories
Domestic Animals
Education
Education Approved School
Education Dept. [2 folders] [Comprises half of the box.]
Education - Norwalk School Situation
Education - Post-War Planning
Education - Public School Building Commission
Education - School Equalization Matters
Education - Stamford School Situation
Electric Boat Company Strike 456
Employees' Retirement Commission
Enfield Dam
Extradition Cases
Extradition - Robert W. Chambers
Farm Labor
Federal Legislation
Federal Legislation - Aeronautics, 2 folders
Federal Legislation - Food Taxes
Federal Legislation - Insurance
Federal Works Agency
Feed Situation
Finance Advisory Committee, 2 folders
Finance and Control
Finance and Control, 1943
Finance and Control, 1944
Finance and Control, 1945
Finance and Control, 1946
Fire Prevention and Control Meeting, Old Senate Chamber, State Capitol, 1946 January 14 457
Fiscal Problems
Fish and Game Dept., 1943-1944
Fish and Game Dept., 1945
Fish and Game Dept., 1946
Fishers Island
Fitch's Home, Noroton
Flood Commission of Hartford
Flood Control
Flood Control Project, Hartford
Food Distribution Administration
Food - State Institutions
Foot Guard
Foreign Policy Association
Forest and Wildlife Commission
Forestry Dept.
Forfeited Rights
Forsberg Manufacturing Company
Fort Griswold - Groton Monument Association
Freight Rates
Fuel, 2 folders
Fuel - Motor 458
Gasoline for State Boards and Communications
Gasoline Tax
Gasoline Motors
Geological & Natural History Survey
GI Bill of Rights
Government in CT, Outline of
[Governors" Conference] Governors (PUT FOOTNOTE in FA IN A NOTE)
[Governors' Conference] Conference of Executive Committee of the Governors' Conference, Hotel Statler, Washington, 1945 January 4, 7
[Governors' Conference] Hartford, Conn. - Flood Control, October 22-23
[Governors' Conference] Meeting of the Executive Committee
[Governors' Conference] Fuel-Boston, Mass., 1945 February 2
[Governors' Conference] Matters to be taken up Chicago, 1945 November 16-17
[Governors' Conference] Proposed Pacific Trip
[Governors' Conference] Hershey, Pennsylvania - Proposed Resolutions, 1944 May
[Governors' Conference] Chicago, Shoreland Hotel - Chicago, 1944 December
[Governors' Conference] Boston - Reconversion, 1945 August 20-21
[Governors' Conference] Hershey, Pennsylvania - Resolutions Passed by the Governors Re: War Effort, etc, 1944 May
[Governors Conference] Boston - NE , 1943 December 16
[Governors' Conference] Boston, Mass., 1946 April 26
[Governors' Conference] Boston , 1946 November 21-22
[Governors' Conference] Chicago, Illinois, 1945 November 16-17
[Governors' Conference] Columbus, O. , 1943 June 19-24
[Governors' Conference] Mackinac Island, Michigan, 1945 July 1-4
[Governors' Conference] Oklahoma City, 1946 May 22-29
[Governors' Conference] New England Governors 459
[Governors' Conference] New England Governors Freight Rate Committee
[Governors' Conference] Matters to be taken up at the New England Governors' Conference - Hotel Statler, Boston, 1945 November 15-16
[Governors' Conference] New England Governors, Boston, 1943 November 18-19
[Governors' Conference] Hotel Statler, Boston, Mass. , 1945 January 3
[Governors' Conference] Boston, 1944 November 16-17
[Governors' Conference] Lighthouse Inn, New London, 1943 April 15-16
[Governors' Conference] Hershey, Pennsylvania , 1944 May 28-31
[Governors' Conference] Michigan , 1945
Governor's Mansion
Governor's Mansion Visitors
Granby Election - Judge of Probate
Groton - New London Bridge Commission
Harbor Commissioners, Board of
Hartford Bridge Commission
Hartford Hospital Fund
Health Dept. , 1943
Health Dept. , 1944
Health Dept. , 1945
Health Dept. , 1945
Health Dept. - Burton Bill S. 191 460
Health Dept. Commission to Survey Hospitals and Public Health Centers
Health Dept. Control of Dusts, Gases and Fumes (Standards of Industrial Safety)
Highway Commissioner, Biennial Report of the State , 1945-1946
Highway Dept., 1944
Highway Dept. , 1945
Highway Dept. , 1946
Highway Dept. Cornwall Bridge
Highway Dept. Shelton Highway
Highway Dept. - Washington - Boston Hgwy
Highway - Federal Appropriation Post - War Highway Building
Highway - Planning Survey
Highway - Proposed Express Highway in Fairfield County
Highway Safety Commission 461
Highway Safety Conference called by President Truman to be held in Washington, 1946 May 8-10
History of Connecticut in World War II
Hi-Y & Youth in Government Movement
Holloran, Mary
Homeopathic Medical Examining Board
Hooker, Notes from Thomas's Sermons
[Hospitals] Fairfield State Hospital , 1943
[Hospitals] Fairfield State Hospital , 1944
[Hospitals] Fairfield State Hospital , 1945
[Hospitals] Fairfield State Hospital , 1946
[Hospitals] Laurel Heights Sanitarium
[Hospitals] Long Lane Farm
[Hospitals] Mansfield Training School & Hospital, 1943
[Hospitals] Mansfield Training School & Hospital, 1944
[Hospitals] Mansfield Training School & Hospital , 1945
[Hospitals] Mansfield Training School & Hospital , 1946
[Hospitals] Mansfield Training School and Hospital - Correspondence Re: Difficulty with Institution Heads
[Hospitals] Middletown Hospital (Connecticut State Hospital) , 1943
[Hospitals] Middletown Hospital (Connecticut State Hospital) , 1944
[Hospitals] Middletown Hospital (Connecticut State Hospital) , 1945
[Hospitals] Middletown Hospital (Connecticut State Hospital), 1946
[Hospitals] Norwich State Hospital , 1943
[Hospitals] Norwich State Hospital , 1944
[Hospitals] Norwich State Hospital , 1945
[Hospitals] Norwich State Hospital , 1946
[Hospitals] Schools for the Deaf 462
[Hospitals] Seaside Sanitarium
[Hospitals] Southbury Training School
Hospitals for World War II Veterans
Hospitals, Mental
Housing
Housing - General Correspondence Housing Problems , 1945
Housing - General Correspondence Housing Problems , 1946
Housing - Correspondence with Mr. White, Mr. Dobbs and Mr. Wyatt , 1945
Housing - Correspondence with Mr. White, Mr. Dobbs and Mr. Wyatt, 1946
Housing Authority
Housing Authority - Advisory Committee on
Housing Authority - Noroton Heights
Housing Reports on Vacancies
Housing and Reorganization
Hurricane , 1944 September 14
Ickes, Harold L. - P. A. W.
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Income Tax
Insurance Dept., 1943-1944
Insurance Dept. , 1945
Insurance Dept. , 1946
Inter-American Conference 463
Inter-American Conference , 1944 May
Inter-American Conference - Acceptances of Invitations, 1944 May 21-23
Inter-American Dinner - Invitations, Acceptances, & Regrets, 1944 April 11
Intergovernmental Cooperation Commission
Internal Revenue Dept. United States
Inter-Racial Commission , 8 folders
Inter-Racial Commission - Letters to be referred to this Committee
Interstate Commerce Commission
Interstate Sanitation Commission
Iron Ore Deposits
Israel Putnam Memorial Park Commission
Jackson, John Day - New Haven Register
Job Makers
Job Makers Luncheon - Hartford Club , 1945 November 28
Job Seekers 464
Johnson, Curtiss [President, The Shore Line Publishing Co. Inc.]
Judicial Commission
Judiciary
Junior College of Connecticut
Juvenile Court
Kellems, Vivian [Republican advocating the retention of women in factories and Enactment of an Equal Rights Amendment to the U. S. Constitution]
Labor Department, 1943
Labor Department , 1944
Labor Department , 1945
Labor Department , 1946
Labor Dept. - Division of Unemployment Comp[ensation] , 1943
Labor Dept. - Division of Unemployment Comp[ensation] , 1944
Labor Dept. - Division of Unemployment Comp[ensation] , 1945
Labor Dept. - Division of Unemployment Comp[ensation] , 1946
Labor Department - Employment of Minors - Correspondence 465
Labor Dept. - Employment Service
Labor Dept. - Labor Wage Board
Labor Department - Releases
Labor Department - Strikes
Labor Department - U. C. Advisory Council
Labor Management Board
Labor Relations Board (state)
Labor - Return of Employment Services to the States)
Leases
Legislation - Aeronautics, An Act Concerning
Legislation - Agriculture
Legislation - Aircraft, Regulation of Intra-State Transportation of Persons - Property for Hire
Legislation - Airports, Municipal
Legislation - Airport Zoning, An Act Concerning
Legislation - Creating an Appropriation in Aid of Vocational Schools and Adult Educational Activity
Legislation - Appropriations Committee
Legislation - Aviation
Legislation - Bills - Special Session
Legislation - Board of Administrative Research & Planning
Legislation - Board of Pardons, Amending An Act Concerning
Legislation - Special Session Bonus for Servicemen
Legislation - Care of Mentally Ill Persons, An Act Concerning
Legislation - Committee
Legislation - Connecticut Commerce Commission
Legislation - Cooperative Marketing Associations, Amending An Act Concerning
Legislation - Danbury Traffic Court, An Act Concerning Abolishing
Legislation - Farm & Equipment Purchases Assistance, Providing for
Legislation - Fine Arts Commission, Creation of
Legislation - Fishers Island, Return of, to Connecticut
Legislation - Food Emergency, An Act Concerning
Legislation - Fuel Emergency
Legislation - Governor's War Powers
Legislation - (Grants)
Legislation - Grants to Municipalities for Planning Public Works Projects, Appropriations to the Public Works Fund
Legislation - Grants to Municipalities, Public Works Projects, An Act Concerning
Legislation - "Great Trail" or Old Connecticut Path, An Act Providing for a Committee to Study
Legislation - Highway Fund, Investment of Cash Balance
Legislation - Inebriates, Study, Treatment and Care of
Legislation - Labor Relations
Legislation - Liquor Control Bills
Legislation - List of Bills Prepared by Mr. Brown
Legislation - Mentally Ill Persons, An Act Concerning (Private Boarding Houses)
Legislation - Merit System (Appeals)
Legislation - Milk
Legislation - Mother's and Father's Day
Legislation - (A Connecticut) Port Survey Commission
Legislation - Postwar Planning Board, Extending Existence of
Legislation - Program of Work, Job Training, Education, Unemployed Citizens, Establishment of, An Act Authorizing
Legislation - Public School Building, State Aid for
Legislation - Public Works
Legislation - Railroads, Promotion of Safety of Employees & Travelers
Legislation - Record in War
Legislation - Retirement
Legislation - Rules of the Road, Amending Act
Legislation - Social Protection Commission, Creation of
Legislation - Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund, Provision for Increasing
Legislation - Special Legislation To Be Considered By 1945 General Assembly
Legislation - Special Session
Legislation - Special Session 1944 House Journals
Legislation - Special Session 1944 Senate Journals
Legislation - State Geological & Natural History Survey, Amending an Act
Legislation - State Park and Forest Com[mission] Appropriation-Equipment, Wages and Reforestation
Legislation - Teachers
Legislation - U.S. Senate Vacancy, Authorization to Fill
Legislation - "Veteran," Defining
Legislation - Veteran Reemployment and Advisory Commission
Legislation - Voting, Separately for Each Candidate on Ballots and Voting Machine
Legislation - War Orders
Legislation - Water Resources, to Provide Improvement, Development, Conservation of
Legislation - Workmen's Compensation Act - Time of Beginning of Compensation, An Act Amending
Legislation - Workmen's Compensation Law - Rate of Compensation, An Act Amending
Legislative Council 466
Legislative Council - Committee to Study Problem of Criminally Insane and Insane Criminals
Prospective Special Legislative Session
Special Session of Legislature Re: Housing, 1946
Special Session of Legislature Re: Miscellaneous, 1946
Special Session of Legislature Re: Salary Increases, 1946
Letters of Introduction
Letters to Licensing Boards Re: Returning Veterans
Levy, Joseph [Associate Attorney General Post]
Library, State
Liquor Control Act
Liquor Control Commission
Lithuania
Man and Woman Power
Manpower Meeting-March 30, 1943
Manpower-Textile Industry
Manufacturers Association
March of Youth
Marine Historical Museum
Maritime Association
Maritime Day
Maritime School, New London, Conn.
Marot Junior College
Marriage Laws
Marshall, Alice [Civil Service Position with U. S. Employment Service Office] 467
Masonic Service Association
Massa, S. John [President, Small Manufacturer's Association of Connecticut, Inc.]
McCarran Report Hearing
McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.
Mead - Resignation from Senate
Meat Situation, 2 folders
Mediation Board
Medical Examining Board
Medical Journal
Medical Society, Connecticut State
Memorial Day
Memorial to Veterans
Merchant Marine
Meriden Child Care project
Meriden School for Boys
Merit System
Merritt Highway Commission
Merritt Highway - Museums
Metropolitan District Commission
Middletown Probate Court
Middletown - Proposed Hotel & Restaurant
Miles, Sherman [Major - General, U. S. Army Headquarters, First Service Command, Boston, Re: Transfer of arms confiscated by civilian law enforcement agencies to the U.S. Army]
Milford Town Court
Military Affairs
Milk Administration
Milk Coordinator
Milk - Governor's Correspondence and Conferences with Washington Officials
Milk Producers' Council
Milk Regulation Board
Milk Situation
Milk Strike
Moral Rearmament 468
Morgenthau - Com[mission] on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations
Motor Vehicle Department
Music Week
National Clothing Drive
National Discussion Contest
National Economic Council
National Freedom Day
National Income - Average Salary for Employees
National Labor Relations Board
National Safety Council
National Service Fund
National War Labor Board
Nautical Cadets
Naval Guard
Naval Militia
Naval Reserve
Navy Day , 1946, 2 folders
Navy - LST Division Ceremonies and Dinner , 1946 July 29
Negro Leaders
Nevada Livestock Quarantine
New England Air Mail Week , 1946 July 1-6
New England Council
New England Highway Safety Commission
New Haven Park Commission
New Haven Post - War Council
New Haven Probate Court Election to Fill Vacancy Caused by the Death of Judge Gilson
New Haven State Teachers' College
New Haven - West Haven Port Authority
New London County Home [Proposed Plans for the Use of the New London County Home by Norwich State Hospital and Children's Observation Home]
New London Hospital Case - Lawrence and. Memorial Hospital
New London Tercentenary
Niles-Bement-Pond
Norwalk - Absentee Voting
Norwalk Tire & Rubber Co.
Nurses, Board of Examiners
Nutrition Commission
Office of Civilian Defense 469
Office of Defense Transportation
Office of Price Administration
Office of War Information
Office of War Mobilization
Old Lyme - Old Saybrook Bridge Commission
Old Saybrook
Optometry Board
Park and Forest Commission
Parole Board
Paroles and Probationers
Personnel Appeal Board
Personnel, Consultants on
Personnel Dept. , 1943-1944
Personnel Dept., 1945
Personnel Dept., 1946
Petroleum Administration for War
Pharmacy, Board of
Pipe Line - Fuel
Plant Strikes , 2 folders 470
Plymouth Probate Court, 1943
Police - 44 Letters from People Referred to State Police Dept., 1945
Police - Letters from People Referred to State Police Dept., 1946
Police - Letters from People Referred to State Police Dept.
Police - Commissioner Hickey & Officers
Police Reports
Port Authority Study Commission
Post-War Building Fund
Post-War Foreign Trade
Post-War Planning - Agriculture
Post-War Planning - Banking
Post-War Planning - Education Committee
Post-War Planning - Foreign Export Trade Meeting , 1943 November 8
Post-War Planning - Fund
Post-War Planning - Letters to be Referred to Board
Post-War Planning - Public Works Program
Post-War Planning Board - Correspondence with Members of Board
Post-War Planning Board - General , 3 folders 471
Post -War Planning Board - Industry and Labor Committee
Post-War Planning Board - Membership
Post-War Planning Board - Minutes of Meeting
Post-War Planning Board - Small Businesses
Post-War Planning Committee - Medical Care and Health
Post-War Time Magazine
Press Release Re: Danbury, Governor Raymond E. Baldwin, 1946 October 29
Press Release by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin, Hartford, Conn. Mfg. Assoc., Bushnell Memorial, 1946 October 30
Press Release Stratford, Connecticut October 22, 1946, 1946 October 22
Press Release Wallingford By Governor Raymond E. Baldwin, October 30, 1946, 1946 October 30
O[ffice] of P[rice] A[dministration] Price Control Meeting , 1946 July 5
O[ffice] of P[rice] A[dministration] Price Control Meeting , 1946 July 9
Prison, State
Probate Courts 472
Psycho - Neurotic Cases
Public Utilities Commission
Public Utilities - Western Union - Postal Telegraph Cons[olidation]
Public Welfare Council (2 folders)
Public Works Department
Public Works Programs
Purchasing Division
Radio Broadcasts - Governor Baldwin - "You Are a Government" Program, Station WDRC, 1946 April 2
Recorded Broadcast by Governor Baldwin Re: Visit to Ft. Devens, Mass., 1945 December 3
Recording by Governor Baldwin WICC Anniversary, 1946 August 1
Recording by Governor Baldwin, Station WONS - Hartford "Vacation Message - People of New England", 1946 July 19
Recording by Governor Baldwin - Middletown State Hospital, Broadcast over WTHT, WELI, WATR, 1945 November 13
Recreation Committee
Rehabilitation of Veterans
Rehabilitation Program
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Conn. League of Women Voters - Station WTIC , 1944 October 14
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Inter-American Institute, St. Joseph's College - West Hartford, 1945 April 3
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Norwalk Town Hall Association - 10-11-44
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Opening Ceremonies of the Red Cross War Fund Drive, 1945 March 1
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Plumbers and Steamfitters Convention - New Britain, 1944 October 14
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Red Cross Luncheon - Hotel Bond - March 11, 1946
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin to the Republican Town Chairmen, et al., Hotel Bond, 1944 November 1
Remarks by Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Selective Service Award Ceremony - Hall of House, 1946 March 27
Rent Control
Resettlement
Retirement Commission
Rex Brasher Commission
Rockefeller, Nelson, Dinner in Honor of - Hartford Club - Invitations and Acceptances, 1945 April 10
Royal Typewriter Company
Saint Francis Hospital
Salvage Drive Scrap Metal
Salvage Program
Savings Banks
Savings Banks Life Insurance Fund Trus[t]
Savings Banks' Railroad Investment Committee
School Lunches
Scrap Drive
Sculpture Commission
Secretary of Labor, United States
Secretary of State, Washington
Secretary of the State [Connecticut]
Selective Service - Classification Advice from State Headquarters, Box 473 473
Selective Service - Deferments
Selective Service - Deferments, State Committee on
Selective Service - Farming Rules and Regulations
Selective Service - General Corres[pondence]
Selective Service - Manpower Division
Selective Service - Reemployment Committee Men for Local Draft Boards
Selective Service - Rehabilitation of the Veteran Within Industry
Shell Fish Commission
Sheriffs, Correspondence with
Smaller War Plants Indexes
Social Security
Society for Crippled Children
Soil Conservation Committee
Soldiers' Home, Rocky Hill
Soldiers', Sailors' and Marines' Fund
Solid Fuel Emergency - 1946
Solid Fuels Pricing Policy
Speeches
Acceptance Speech (Nomination for Governor) , 1944 August 8
Agenda for Special Session of General Assembly, WTIC, 1944 January 4
Agriculture - Room New Haven - Station WICC, 1943 April 20
Air Raids - Dimout - McKenzie Veto, 1943 May 4
American Legion Convention - Eastern Point , Groton, 1943 June 18
Automobile Club, March 10, 1943, 1943 March 10
Ban on Pleasure Driving , 1943 June 1
Budget - Proceedings of General Assembly , 1943 March 30
Budget - General Assembly, 1943 April 27
The Circus Fire - War Council Broadcast, 1944 July 15
The Civilian War Jobs - War Council Broadcast, 1944 June 7
Commencement Exercise - Wilbraham Academy, Wilbraham, Mass, 1944 January 23
Conn. Agriculture - Initial speech by Governor R. E. Baldwin in Tuesday Evening Series , 1943 January 12
Conn. Cancer Society Dinner Meeting - WTIC - 8:30-9:00 o'clock, 1946 January 8
Conn. Farm Forum - 4-H Club Mobilization, 1944 March 4
Conn. Federation of Labor - Hotel Elton - Waterbury, 1945 January 10
Conn. On the Alert - War Council , 1943 April 4
Conn. Victory Manpower Campaign - War Council Broadcast - February 21, 1944, 1944 February 21
"Connecticut's Role in the War Effort During 1944" - War Council Broadcast - WTIC, 1943 December 28
Convention of Conn. Federation of Labor, 1944 September 9
Danbury City Election - Transcribed Station WTHT - WICC , 1945 March 26
Dedication of Atwater Memorial Library, North Branford, 1943
Dedication of Service Flag, Knights of Columbus, New Haven, 1944 April 16
Development Commission - 5th Anniversary - Neill's Farm, 1944 August 17
Dinner in Honor of Governor and Mrs. Bricker, Norwalk, 1944 September 23
"Dunbar and Oaks Rally", Bushnell Memorial, 3 p.m., 1945 April 29
Employment and Labor - Station WICC - Bridgeport, 1944 October 13
Excerpts from by Governor Baldwin at Fairfield County Women's Republican Association, Stamford, 1944 September 26
Fairfield College Preparatory School, June 16, 1943, 1943 June 16
Farm Bureau Federation - Bond Hotel, Re: Child Care, Etc., 4-H Clubs, 1944 January 7
Farm Forum - War Council , 1944 June 17
Farm and Home Day - University of Connecticut , 1944 August 2
Flag Day - Independence Hall - Philadelphia, PA, 1944 June 14
Food Production - War Gardens - 48 Hour Week - Groton-New London Bridge, 1943 March 2
Fortune Broadcast - 7:00 p.m. - Forum, 1944 March 30
Forced War Loan Drive - WTIC, 1944 January 18
Fuel , 1943 January 18
Fuel , 1943 February 23
Fuel - Women in Industry , 1943 January 26
General Electric Company at Schenectady - and other Correspondence on subject, 1943 October 29 474
Governor 's Conference at Columbus, Ohio , 1943 June 21
Groton, New London Bridge Dedication , 1943 February 20
Hall of Flags , 1945 February 16
Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation - War Bond Rally, 1944 February 1
Hartford Advertising Club , 1944 October 17
Hartford County Women's Republican Club , 1943 November 12
Highway Fund , 1943 April 13
Home Food Production and Preservation Conference, 1944 February 24
Horace Wells Centenary Celebration - Hartford Club, 1944 December 11
Housatonic Valley Regional High School , 1943 June 18
Independence Day Celebration - Hall of Flags, State Capitol, Hartford, 1944 July 4
Industrial Training Conference, Woolsey Hall, New Haven , 1943 December 4
Inter-American Conference - Reception, Bond Hotel, Hartford, 1944 May 23
Inter-American Luncheon - Bond Hotel, Hartford, 1944 September 28
Introducing Nelson E. Rockefeller - West Middle School, 1945 April 10
Introduction of Paul V. McNutt - Meriden, 1944 March 20
Kiwanis Club, New York, 1944 January 5
Labor Day - Mackinac Island, Michigan , 1943 September 5
Launching of Submarine Caiman, Electric Boat Company, 1944 March 30
Madame Chiang-Kai-Shek's Reception, New York , 1943 March 2
Material for 1944 Campaign, 1944
Meeting of Mayors and Selectmen Re: Plans for Reemployment, 1944 January 21
"Meet the Men of the Victory Fleet" - Radio Broadcast USUN, Florida, 1944 July 26
Meeting of the Mary Silliman Chapter, DAR, Bridgeport, 1943 May 10
Middlesex Club, Boston, Mass., 1944 February 12
Middletown High School Commencement , 1944 June 15
Middletown Honor Roll, 1943 November 11
Speech on Mile of Dimes, 1943 January 15
Speech on Mile of Dimes , 1944 January 14
Milk Supply - WTIC, WELI, WNLC, WICC, 1943 October 16
Mutual Savings Bank, New York City , 1944 May 11
National Inter-Fraternity Conference, New York City, 1943 November 26
New Britain State Teachers' College , 1943 October 23
New England Governor's Conference at Boston , 1943 November 18-19
New Haven Chamber of Commerce , 1944 April 21
New Haven Clock Company , 1944 October 31
New Haven County Republican Women's Association, Hotel Guarde, New Haven, 1944 September 25
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce , 1944 February 15
New York Credit Men's Association, The Waldorf Astoria, 1944 February 8
Nurse Improvements, 1943 March 4
Opening of the Greater Hartford Veterans Service Center, 1944 September 24
Opening of New Haven Latin American Products Exhibit, Hotel Taft, New Haven, 1945 February 5
Pending Legislation - War Powers Bill - War Council, Defense Council , 1943 January 19
Proceedings of Governors' Conference at Columbus Ohio, 1943 June 22
Real Estate Board of New York , 1943 February 6
Reconversion - Station WDRC -, 1944 September 15
Reconversion Program, 1944 September 13
Recreation Conference - War Council - Waterbury, 1944 April 21
Red Cross Drive , 1943 March 1
Red Cross War Fund Opening Ceremonies , 1944 March 1
Reemployment of Servicemen - War Council Broadcast - January 25, 1944, 1944 January 25
Reference to Chiang-Kai-Shek - War Powers Bill - Arms Production - Hours of Women in Industry, 1943 March 9
Republican Women's Association of Rhode Island , 1943 November 5
Republican State Convention held at Bangor, Maine, 1944 April 14
Republican Women of the State at Hotel Bond, 1943 March 15
Special Session of Legislature , 1944 January 24
Special Session of Legislature , 1944 June 19-20
Stafford Fair , 1943 October 2
State Finances, Bond Retirement and Post-War Purposes , 1943 April 6
Summing Up of Legislative Doings - Typical Conn. Family, 1943 May 18
Supervision Council of State Board of Education - Old Senate Chamber - Post War Planning, 1944 March 24
Taxes - Budget , 1943 February 9
Trade Union Courier, Article for , 1944 August 23
Traffic Safety Award Dinner ., 1943 May 11
Uncle Jim's Victory Garden - Interview on WTIC , 1944 August 25
Vacation, 1943 June 29
Vermont Republican State Convention - Montpelier, Vermont, 1944 May 17
War Bond Broadcast , 1944 February 14
War Council , 1943 February 16
War Council, 1943 March 16
War Council, 1943 June 8
War Council Broadcast from Scovill Manufacturing Co., WTBY - Manpower, 1944 December 16
War Finance Meeting - Hartford Club , 1944 October 18
War Fund - Hartford Club , 1945 March 9
War Fund Campaign - WICC - Bridgeport, Bushnell Memorial, 1943 October 13
War Bond Drive - Station WTIC - Hartford and Nationwide -, 1945 October 26
War Gardens , 1943 May 11
War Gardens - Driving Ban - Stations WTIC, WICC, WELI -, 1943 May 25
Waterbury Girls" Club - Jane Dillon - Interview Station WTIC , 1944 May 12
Women of the State in Regard to Women and War Work -, 1943 February 2
Work of the General Assembly, War Council - Housing - Health - Child Care - Old Age Tax - Post-War Planning, 1943 March 23
Radio WNAB - Bridgeport , 1944 August 29
New London , 1944 September 12
Speech by Mrs. Raymond E. Baldwin Re: Red Cross , 1946 March 22
Baldwin - Bricker - Republican Post-War Policy Association - Mackinac Island, 1943 September 6
Speech by Governor Dwight Griswold - Nebraska - Republican State Convention, 1944 August 7
Speech delivered by Brig. Gen. H. F. - Meeting of Newspaper Publishers and Radio Station Operators - Hartford, 1944 December 22
Speech by Commander Harold E. Stassen
Army-Navy "E" Awards, 1943-1944
Miscellaneous Republican Speeches, 1946
Republican Campaign - Windham County Republican Women's Association, 1944 September 28
Republican Candidate for Governor Radio Speech , 1944 October 3
Republican Campaign Speeches - Radio Broadcast, Friday, October 6, 1944, 1944 October 6
Republican Campaign Radio Address - Station WTIC, 1944 October 22
Republican Campaign, 1944 November 3
Republican Campaign Radio - Station WTIC - Hartford, 1944 November 6
Republican Campaign Radio Address - WICC, 1944 October 19
Republican Post-War Policy Association, 1943 September 6
State Boundary Lines 475
State Chemists
State Farm for Women - Niantic
State Flag
State Guard
State Institutions
State Institutions Re: Fire Hazards
State Planning Board
State Song
State Veterans Advisory Committee
State's Attorneys
State's Rights [Includes material re: an Equal Rights Amendment for Connecticut]
Statute Revision Commission
Statute Revision Department
Stevens Case
Stonington Special Election
Stratford Department of Education
Stratford - Motor Bus Service
Suffield Academy
Superior Court
Supreme Court
Surplus War Materials - Mailing List
Tax Dept.
Taxes
Teachers' Association
Teachers' Retirement
Terryville Probate Court
Think Magazine article by Governor Baldwin
Torrington Historical Society
Town Courts
Trade School
Trade School - Bridgeport
Traffic Commission
Transportation
Treasury Department
Trumbull Airport
Tuberculosis Commission 476
Typewriter Companies - Royal and Underwood - Re Production of Typewriters Again
Unemployment Commission
United Airlines Inauguration
United China Relief
United China Relief - Celebration of Thirty-Third Birthday of the Republic of China, 1944 October 10
United Nations Committee
U[nited] N[ations] O[rganization] Committee and Meeting
U[nited] N[ations] O[rganization] Letters from People
U[nited] N[ations] O[rganization] Luncheon Meeting , 1946 February 26
U[nited] N[ations] O[rganization] Luncheon - Cancelled, 1946 March 26
U[nited] N[ations] O[rganization] Luncheon - New Haven Lawn Club , 1946 June 13
U[nited] N[ations] O[rganization] Site Committee
United States Department of Agriculture
United States Military Academy
United States Time Corporation - Middlebury, Connecticut
United Temperance Party
Unity and Amity, Governor's Com[mission] on
University of Connecticut, 1943 477
University of Connecticut , 1944
University of Connecticut , 1945
University of Connecticut , 1946
University of Connecticut Board of Trustees, An Act Defining the Powers and Duties
University of Connecticut Fort Trumbull Correspondence - Re: Using for Housing
University of Connecticut Industrial Management and Labor Institute
University of Connecticut Institute of Labor - Management - Relationships Dept. of Conn.
University of Connecticut Proposed Dental School
University of Connecticut Proposed Medical School
U. S. O.
U. S. O. - War Savings
V-E Day
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Veterans' Home Commission
Veterans' Home, Newington
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee College Training
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee - Correspondence, 1943
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee - Correspondence, 1944
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee - Correspondence, 1945 478
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee - Correspondence, 1946
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee - Education of Returning Veterans
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee - 1943 Committees, Post War Plans, New Release, Speeches, Minutes
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee - 1944 Minutes, Speeches, Community Plans, News Releases, Gov.'s Conference January 21, 1944
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee 1945 Minutes, Budget, News Releases, Veterans" Centers
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee 1946 Minutes, News Releases, Dinner February 27, 1946, Advisory Committees
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee Local Adjustment and Readjustment Committees
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee Membership
[Veterans' Reemployment and Advisory Commission] Gray Committee Rehabilitation Assoc.
Veterans' Service Center
Veterinary, Board of Registration and Examination
Veto Messages , 1943
Veto Messages, 1945
Victory Book Campaign
Victory War Bond Drive Station WTIC , 1945 December 7
V-J Day
Vocational Counseling Service, Inc.
Voluntary Work Seekers
Voting Laws
War Chest Campaign 479
War Council
War Council - Absenteeism [folder and one black notebook]
War Council - An Act Establishing the Conn. War Council
War Council - Administrator
War Council - Agriculture
War Council - Air Raid Protection
War Council - Aircraft Warning Service
War Council - Award Committee
War Council - Blackout and Dimout
War Council - Budget
War Council - Canning
War Council - Care of Children of Working Mothers
War Council - Children and Youth in Wartime
War Council - Civilian Defense [2 folders]
War Council - Civilian War Activities
War Council - Committee on Committees
War Council - Communications
War Council - Consumer Committee
War Council - Consumer Education
War Council - Consumer Information
War Council - Dentistry
War Council - Education
War Council - Emergency Medical Service
War Council - Engineering
War Council - Evacuation
War Council - Farm Labor
War Council - Fire Protection
War Council - Food
War Council - 4-H Club Activities
War Council - Fuel [2 folders] 480
War Council - Fuel - Weekly Reports
War Council - Gas Protection
War Council - Home Preservation of Food, Committee on
War Council - Hospitalization
War Council - Housing
War Council - Industrial Hygiene and Medicine
War Council - Legal
War Council - Letters to Various Committees and Members of War Council
War Council - Library [Re: Connecticut Library Association Representative sitting on Council]
War Council - Local War Activities
War Council - Manpower [3 folders]
War Council - Manpower - Letters Re: Awards for Low Absenteeism
War Council - Manufacturing
War Council - Maternal Care
War Council - Medical and Public Health
War Council - Membership
War Council - Notification of Meetings and Minutes of 481
War Council - Nurses
War Council - Nutrition
War Council - Organization Chart
War Council - Pediatric Advisory Committee
War Council - Plant and Mercantile Protection
War Council - Police
War Council - Progress Reports
War Council - Protection of Crippled and Invalid People, Committee on
War Council - Protective
War Council - Publications
War Council - Public Relations
War Council - Recommendations , 3 folders
War Council - Reconversion Meeting Re: Agriculture , 1945 September 10
War Council - Reconversion Meeting, State Armory Officers Lounge, 1945 April 24
War Council - Reconversion Meeting, Hartford Club, 1945 August 23
War Council - Reconversion Program , 2 folders
War Council - Recreation
War Council - Recruiting and Training
War Council - Releases
War Council - Reports
War Council - Reports concerning Discontinuance and Reorganization of the Conn. War Council
War Council - Resignations
War Council - Responses to Letters from Governor and WPB Re: Sticking to War Jobs 482
War Council - Salvage
War Council - Servicemen and Women, Reception to Returning
War Council - Small Business and Business Enterprise
War Council - Social Protection
War Council - Social Service and Welfare
War Council - Speeches
War Council - Staff
War Council - Suggestions Received
War Council - Surgical Advisory Committee
War Council - Theaters
War Council - Training
War Council - Transportation
War Council - V-Day
War Council - Victory Manpower , 2 folders
War Council - Victory Manpower Com[mission], Letters to Local War Councils
War Council - Victory Manpower Committee - Publicity
War Council - Victory Manpower Comm[ittee] - Seniority
War Council - War Gardens
War Council - War Industries
War Council - Water Protection
War Council - Wholesale and Retail Business
War Council - Women's Division
War Council - Youth Council
War Department
War Finance Committee
War Food Administration - Davis
War Fund
War Gardens
War Industries Commission 483
War Industries, Small
War Labor Board
War Loan Drive
War Manpower Commission - Bridgeport Victory Luncheon, 1945 March 14
War Manpower Commission - McNutt
War Orders [5 folders]
War Plants, Governor's trips to
War Powers
War Production Board
War Savings 484
War Wives' Letters
Warner Brothers
Water Commission, Channel Enlargement - Norwich
Water Commission, Mansfield Hollow Dam
Watertown Cooperative Association
Welfare, Child
Welfare, Child, Deputy Commissioner of
Welfare Department
Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
Women's Army Corps
Workmen's Compensation Commissioners
W[orks] P[rogress] A[dministration]
Yale and Town Strike
Miscellaneous and Unfiled Material 485
Unarranged.
Misc. Correspondence Re: F[air] E[mployment] P[ractices] Bill Leg.
Miscellaneous Correspondence In Reference to Legislation of Bills , 1945
Christmas Message By Governor Raymond E. Baldwin - Connecticut Forum - WTHD Recording, 1945 December 24
Final Message to the Legislature By Governor Raymond E. Baldwin, 1945 June 6
Governor's Message to General Assembly, 1946 May 7
Governor's Message to the Honorable Members of the Senate and House of Representatives, 1945
Governor's Office Governor's Residence
Governor's Statements to the Connecticut General Assembly
Excerpts from Governor Baldwin's Inaugural Address, 1945 January 3
Governor's Contingent Fund
Governors, Correspondence with
Governor's Letters About Book, Decentralize for Liberty
Special Message to Special Session of the General Assembly - "Mental Hospital Conditions", 1946 May
House Bills HB -2900 - HB - 3099
Series 3. War Orders, 1944-1946, Accession: 2002-019
Box
War order terminating An Act Concerning a Food Emergency, 1945 September 21 1
Complete set of engrossed and gold seal war orders, 1944-1946, 2 folders
Series 4. Committee to Study the Medical and Hospital Service at Connecticut Veterans Home and Hospital, 1946, Accession: 2002-067
Report, 1946
In shared hollinger box.