Hartford Town and City Clerk Archives

A Guide to the collection at the Hartford History Center

Collection Overview

Repository: Hartford History Center, Hartford Public Library Hartford, Connecticut
Creator : Hartford (Conn.)
Title : Hartford City Archives collection
Dates : 1639-2010
Extent : Over 375 linear feet
Abstract : The City and Town Clerk records include, but are not limited to, building permits, street commissioner reports, park records, licenses, tax records and vital statistics.
Location: Ground Floor
Language: English

Historical Note

In 2005, the Town/City Clerk of Hartford, Daniel Carey, under a grant from the Connecticut State Library hired a firm to survey the clerk’s five story vault. The next year, under a second grant, an archival aide was hired to remove the records and documents from the vault. They were sorted into record groups, placed in acid free folders and then into manuscript boxes. In the fall of 2010, with the permission of the Mayor of Hartford, the Court of Common Council of Hartford, the Town/City Clerk of Hartford and the Public Records Administrator and the State Archivist of the Connecticut State Library, the City and Town Clerk Archive was formally transferred to the Hartford History Center, Hartford Public Library.

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Scope and Content

The archive is a comprehensive record of the City of Hartford as collected by the City and Town Clerk Office and includes record groups by department / governmental entity or area of focus. For example, the collection holds Street Commissioner Reports 1784-1945 as well as records with single subject headings like bridges, railroads and celebrations. In addition, the collection holds vital statistics for select years.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The records are stored in a restricted area and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis.

Use Restrictions

See Hartford History Center’s Collection Use policy. Permission to publish from the City and Town Clerk Archive must be obtained in writing from curator of the Hartford History Center, and a copy of the published work may be requested by the Hartford History Center. The Hartford History Center reserves the right to refuse permission to publish, etc. to those who have not complied with its policies. Use of the collections will normally not be permitted for the purpose of promotion of commercial products and services or political campaigns. Hartford History Center at Hartford Public Library reserves the right to limit the number of photographic prints/captures and to restrict the use or reproduction of rare, fragile, or valuable objects.

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Subject Headings

Subjects

Cemeteries -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Corporation reports.
Corporations -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Deeds -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Education -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Fire departments -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Juvenile courts -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Licenses
Mayors -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Parks -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Schools -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Building permits.
Death records.
Gas companies -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Hartford (Conn.) -- Government
Hartford (Conn.). Board of Education
Housing -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Marriage records.
Mayors -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Public utilities
Public welfare
Public works
Railroads -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Registers of births, etc.
Streets -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Taxation -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Town clerks -- Connecticut -- Hartford
Transportation.
Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)

Corporate Names

Connecticut Governor's Foot Guard.
Connecticut Governor's Horse Guard. Company, 2nd
Hartford (Conn.) Board of Education
Hartford (Conn.) Board of Water Commissioners
Hartford (Conn.). Court of Common Council
Hartford (Conn.). Dept. of Engineering
Hartford (Conn.). Police Dept.
Old State House (Hartford, Conn.)
Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Item, Collection Title, Collection number (Box #, Folder #). Hartford History Center, Hartford Public Library, Hartford, Connecticut.

Processing Details

Collection was processed by Wilson H. Faude beginning in 2006.

EAD Finding Aid created October 2012.

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Contents:

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III. City Property

A. Offices
1. Boiler Inspection
Box Folder
334 1 Hall Of Records, Fire Department, Appropriation n.d.
2. Municipal Garage
Box Folder
335 16 Committee On Increased Cost Of Maintaining Automobiles 1918
335 17 Garage For City Automobilies 1920
335 18 Municipal Garage 1921
335 19 Establishment Of 1922
335 20 Municipal Garage 1923
335 21 Municipal Garage 1926
335 22 Municipal Garage, Purchase Of Automobiles 1935
3. Telephones
Box Folder
334 2 Phone For Office Of Town Clerk, 114 Pearl Street 1896
334 3 Payment Of Bills, Use Of Telephone Discount For City Officials, Installing At Colt And Elizabeth Parks, Building Inspector, Sealer Of Weights And Measurers, Fire Commissioners, Board Of Health 1907
334 4 Appointing Committee On Telephone, Phones For Board Of Assessors, Clerk Of Fire Commissioners, Sealer Of Weights And Measurers, Chief Sanitary Inspector, Police Station, Inspector Of Sanitation, Clerk Of Board Of Health, Lab Of Board Of Health Fir 1908
334 5 Installation In Board Of Health, Engine House No. 15, Committee On, Installation In Superntendiant Of Streets, Pope Park, Elizabeth Park, Charity Dept., Evening School Building, Engine House #1 1909
334 6 Committee On Telephones, Private Wire For Supt. Of Streets 1910
334 7 Relocation Of Telephone From 98 High Street To Engine House #2, Members Of Joint Committee, Phone For Supertendent Of Parks, Clerk Of Street Commissioners, Assistant City Engineer, Detective Force, Change Of Residence, Colt Park, Board Of School Vis 1911
334 8 Installation Of Phone In Residence, Inspector Of Wires, Addititional Service Board Of Fire Commissioners, Engine House #3, Committee On Personal Tax Collector, Deputy Fire Chief 1912
334 9 Installed In Supt. Of Streets, Committee On, Example Of Govt., Ownership, Installed In Dect Sgt Home, Supt. Of Parks, Board Of Charity Commissioners, Investigator, Telephone Branch In Police Building, Engine Co., No 2, Chief Of Fire Department, Maste 1913
334 10 Maintenance Of, Elimination Of, Committee On, Installation At Isolation Hospital, Assistant Engineer, Fire Department, Juvenile Protection Officer, Building Inspector 1914
334 11 Appointment To Committee, Installation Of Assistant Building Inspector, Building Inspector, Fire Commissioners, Detective Room 1915
Box Folder
335 1 Installation Of Phone For Supervisor Of Recreation, Maintenance Engineers, Mechanician, Public Bath Houses, Probation Officer, Assistant Building Inspector, Assistant City Engineer, Fire Chief 1916
335 2 Improvement Of Service, Installation In Sargeants Homes, 2Nd Depty Chief, Engine Co., No. 2, No.5 1917
335 3 Installation Of Phone For Building Inspector, Relocate To New Street Department 1918
335 4 Installing In Public Market, City Building, Home Of Inspector, Signal Inspector, Assistant Master Mechanic 1920
335 5 Installation Of Phones At Cost, Goodwin, Pope Parks, Homes Of Fire Department Officers, City Officers, Outdoor School 1921
335 6 Installing Of Third Deputy Chief, Municipal Garage, Probation Officers, Homes Of Master Mechanic, Fire Alarm Superentendent, Health Station, Juvinile Court, Health Station, Prosecuting Attorney, Detective Sargeants 1922
335 7 Installation Of Phone For Probation Officer, Clinic On Arch Street 1923
335 8 Installation In Home Of Drill School Instructor, Detective Sargeant, Fire Chiefs 1924
335 9 Relocate Phone To Assistant Supt. Of Streets, Building Commissioner, Installation In Record Room Of Town Clerk's Office 1925
335 10 Installation In City Hospital, Board Of Street Commissioners, Foreman Of Municipal Garage, Detective Sargeant, Health Station. Superintendent Of Charities 1926
335 11 Telephone For Police Department, Electrician, Investigation Of Charity Department, City Court, Foreman Of Road Building, Inspector Of Street Oiling, High School Committee, Small Claims Court, Detective Sargeant 1927
335 12 Installing Phones For Detective Sargeant, Leutenant, Police Dept., High School Committee, Seven Detectives, Health Station, City Fforester 1928
335 13 Installation At Health Stations, Homes Of Police Department 1929
335 14 Installation At Health Station, Deinstallation In Street Department Yards, City Marshall 1930
335 15 Discontinuenance Of Telephones To City Officials, Installing In Home Of Board Of Alderman 1932 , 1934

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B. Public Land
1. Cemeteries
Box Folder
326 1 Committee On North Burying Ground n.d.
326 2 Zion's Hill Burying Ground; Purchase Of Land 1852
326 3 Old South Burying Ground; Zions Hill Burying Ground; Super- Vision Of 1853
326 4 Purchase Of West Hartford Burying Ground 1853
326 5 Spring Grove, Sewer, Drainage, Barn Permit, Petition Against Expansion Of 1864, 1865, 1867, 1878
326 6 North Burying Ground; Report 1873
326 7 North Burying Ground; Committee 1874
326 8 Committee On Zion Hill Cemetery 1881
326 9 Report On North Burying Ground 1881
326 10 Appointing Committee On North Cemetery 1882
326 11 Appointing Superintendent, North Burying Ground 1882
326 12 Board Of Selectmen; Take Charge Of Zion Hill Cemetery 1882
326 13 Committee On Zion Hill Cemetery 1882
326 14 North Cemetery; Purchase Receiving Tomb 1882
326 15 Cemetery Deed, Old North Cemetery (Christian, Lewis, Ruben Bauer, Hayes, Dickinson, Hansen, Hosner, Gustafson, Eriksen, Seahim, Price, Clark, Miller, Burnham, Lewis, Pickeef, Lohudlecle 1885 - 1894
326 16 Appointment To Joint Standing Committee, Responsibilities, Execution Of Deeds, Drainage At Old North 1896
326 17 Appropriation To Ancient Burying Ground Association, Annual Report 1897
326 18 Deed Of Land In Ancient Burying Ground, Completion Of Records Of Old North, Zion Hill 1899
326 19 Removal Of Bodies In Maple Avenue Cemetery, Annual Report Ancient Burying Ground Association, Sidewalk For Old South, Appointment To 1899
326 20 Walk At Ancient Burying Ground, Annual Report, Removal Of Bodies From Maple Avenue Cementery, Curb, Gutters For South Cemetery, Fence For Old South Cemetery, Old North Cemetery 1900
326 21 Petition For Fence For Old South, Annual Report, Purchase Of Mt Pleasant , Aetna Indemnity Bond, Fence, Gateway Ancient Burying Ground, Sale South Cemetery, Road In Zion Hill, Special Report On City Cemeteries 1901
326 22 Fence For Old North, Payment Of Mt. Pleasant, Veterans Of Civil War In Zion Hill, Annual Report 1902
326 23 Cemetery Dee, Zions Hill Burying Ground, (Patterson) 1902
326 24 Mt. Pleasant, Zion Hill, Fence For Old North, Annual Report 1903
326 25 Mt. Pleasant, Drain For Old North, Annual Report 1904
326 26 Zion Hill, List Of Cemetery Deeds, Annual Report, Purchase Of Porter Vault In Old North, Improvements In Old South 1905
326 27 Repairs In Ancient Burying Ground, Annual Report, Care Of Old South, Mt. Pleasant 1906
326 28 Mt.Pleasant, Zion Hill 1907
326 29 Report On Future Care Of City Cemeteries, Telephone At Old North, Deeds Of Burial 1908
326 30 Annual Report 1909
326 31 Annual Report 1910
326 32 Annual Report, Rules And Regulations, Land Purchase- Mt. Pleasant, Zion Hill, Allen Place 1911
326 33 Preservation Of Monuments In Ancient Burying Ground 1914
326 34 Appropriation For Public Cemeteries, Fence For Zion Hill 1915
326 35 Fence For Zion Hill With Blueprint, Photographs 1916
326 36 Roadway In Old North, Exchange Of Land In Ancient Burying Ground 1917
326 37 Investment Of Cemetery Fund 1920
326 38 Inivitation To Board Of Alderman; Reopening January 1, 1921; Reception Committee 1920
326 39 Improvements In Ancient Burying Ground 1924
326 40 Revised Map Of Mt. Pleasant, Zion Hill 1925
326 41 Rules And Regulations Governing Public Cemeteries 1926
326 42 Northwood Cemetery, American Legion, Land Exchange With Map 1927 - 1928

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2. Old State House
Box Folder
326 43 Petition For Post Office On The Site, Estimates For Moving Old State House 1872
326 44 Isle Of Safety 1918
326 45 Invitation To Board Of Alderman; Reopening Jan. 1, 1921; Reception Committee 1920
3. Parks
Box Folder
376 1 Bushnell Park Xerox Of Rev. Bushnell's Letter To Propose The Park (Copy In File- Orig Is?) 1853
376 2 Bushnell Park Petitions, Report On, Approvals And Rates, Mayor's Statement, Minutes 1853 - 1854
376 3 Bushnell Park Vote On The Park, Costs, Committee Reports Request For Funds, Petition 1854 - 1856
376 4 Report On Progress In Acquiring Park Land 1855
376 5 Bushnell Park, Petition To Stop Park, Petition For Park, Report On Park, Land Acquisition, Annual Report, Dirt, Petition For Dam 1856
376 6 Bushnell Park, Land Acquisition, Dirt Offered, Solde, Accepted, Auciton Of Buildings 1857
376 7 Bushnell Park, Total Estimate Of Work, Griffin 1858-1859
376 8 Elm Street To Be Park, Names And Petitons For Bridges, Claim For Ideas, City Engineer, Chair Of Parks Feud 1859
376 9 Bushnell Park Engineering Bills, Accounting, Sales, Flag Staff, Bills, Bridge Petition, Paln For Park, Marsh Plan, Marsh Report 1859
376 10 Bushnell Park Bills 1859
376 11 Bushnell Park Bills 1859
376 12 Bushnell Park Bills "Broken Stones" 1859
376 13 Bushnell Park, Bills, George Clark 1859
376 14 Bushnell Park, Bills, Gravel 1859
376 15 Bushnell Park Bills, "Mason Work & Labor" 1859
376 16 Bushnell Park, Bills, "Trees & Folidge" 1859
376 17 Bushnell Park, Bills, Labor "Sunday Persons" 1859
376 18 Bushnell Park, Expenses For Bushnell Park - 1859 (See Also Parks: Bushnell Park, Bills 1859) 1859
376 19 Bushnell Park Bills, Request For Funds, Park Ordinance, Bridge Petition, Request By City Of Common Council For Report, With Estimates On Plans 1860
376 20 Bushnell Park Petition For Foot Bridge 1860
376 21 Bushnell Park, Votes, Reports, Petition For Gas Lamps 1862
376 22 Bushnell Park, Petitions, Reports, Appointments, Request For Funds, Accounts Of Expenditures, Gas Lamps 1863
376 23 Park Commission, Accounting Report 1864
376 24 Bushnell Park, Bridges, Cost, Condition, Rebuild, Construction Of Stone Bridge 1864 - 1920
376 25 Bushnell Park, Accounting, Contract For Road, Request For Funds, Bills, "Soldiers Rest" Building Seats, Stone Terrace, Stone Posts 1865
376 26 Bushnell Park Road, Reports, Stone Terrace, Accounting 1866
376 27 Bushnell Park, Petition For Repair Of Ball Ground, Request For Funds, Accounting 1867
376 28 Bushnell Park, Petiton For Improved Walls, Request For Funds, Colts Band Concerts, Appointments, Claim Collecting On Betterments 1868
376 29 Bushnell Park, Exspenses, Request For Funds, Gates Between Trinity College & Park 1869
376 30 Bushnell Park Resolution For Vote On Acquiring Trinity Street Regrade, Name Park For Bushnell 1872 - 1876
376 31 Bushnell Park Plans For Band Stand, Permission To Use Park, Electric Lights, Side Walk, Pond Depth, Public Bathrooms, Request For Funding 1883 - 1889
376 32 Bushnell Park, Pond Depth, Public Bathroom, Sidewalks, Police Protection, New Bridge, Fox Request State/City Over Repair And Control Of Grounds, Bills 1890 - 1899
376 33 Bushnell Park, Electric Lights, Bridge Repair, Funding For Bridge, Allocations, Road Work, Tercentury Buildings, Hoadley Bridge, Flood Control, Concerts, Relocation Of Corning Fount Ain, Use Of Park By Hartford High School 1901 - 1945
Box Folder
375 1 Batterson Park, Naming Of, State Resolution, Appropriation Of Funds, Votee For Funds, Survey, Improvements, Land Purchase, Nuisance 1929, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1938, 1942, 1945
375 2 Columbus Green, Lafayette Circle, Proposed, Petitions For And Against Map, Title, Resolution, Assessments, Road Way, Official Naming 1853, 1859, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1881, 1922, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1933, 1945
375 3 Elizabeth Park, Charles M. Pond's Will, Acceptance By City, Telephone Service, Sidewalk, Improvements, Plant Fund, Land Swap, Ice Hockey, Gift Of Land 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1910, 1913, 1931, 1934, 1938, 1942, 1947
375 4 Fairfield And New Britain Avenue, Parks Commission To Be Responsible For, Building Line, Curb Line 1911, 1915
375 5 Franklin Avenue Park, Establishment Of Park, Assessments Petition Against The Park, Relief Of Assessments 1875, 1877
375 6 Goodwin Park, Golf, Play Ground, Lights, Baseball, Skating Pond, Land Purchase, Tennis Club House,Improvements, Hand- Ball, Swimming Pool 1911, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1940, 1944, 1945
375 7 Harbison Gift - Southerwestern Part Of City 1913
375 8 Hyland, Thomas J Memorial Park, (New Britain & Fairfield Avenue) Retreat & City Over Title, Established As A Park, Ball Diamond, Whitehead 1879, 1907, 1944, 1945
375 9 Keney Park, Laying Out Park, Authorize To Sell, "New Town Farm" Lease Of Lands, Baseball Diamonds, Transfer Of Park And Tower, Public Acceptance, Budget, Golf Course 1896, 1911, 1913, 1924, 1926, 1927
375 10 Keney Park; Pamphlet Map 1911
375 11 Transfer Of Park And Keney Tower To City 1924
375 12 Keney Park, Baseball Diamond, Unsanitary, Playground, Curb, Golf Course, Assessment, Drinking Fountain, Showers, Swimmin- G Pool, Fence, Hand Ball Courts, Requested Clean-Up 1928, 1929, 1930
375 13 Keney Park, Girls Baseball, Golf, Swimming Pool, Road Repair, Baseball Club House, Tennis Courts, Hand Ball Courts, Shower & Lav, Lawn Bowling, Stock House, Repairs, Playground 1931 - 1938
375 14 Keney Tower Park, Lighting Of Clocks, Tower 1925, 1928, 1929, 1930
375 15 Lights For Bowling Green, Playground, Fireplaces, Swimming Pool, Refreshment Booth, Comfort Station, Batterson Park, Naming Of Pool 1939 - 1945
375 16 New Brtain Avenue, White Street & Harvard Street- Control Of 1912
375 17 North Front Street Park, Proposed, Cost, Petition, Reports On 1873 - 1878
375 18 North Park (Windsor Street) Extend Windsor Street, Create A Park Between Windsor & Village Streets, Lease To Philps 1853, 1855, 1870
375 19 Public Square Petition To Create "Public Square Or Promenade" 1827
375 20 Riverside Park, Land Swap With Railroad, Concerts, Baseball, Purchase Of, Speedway, Tennis Courts, Over Head Pass, Signage Watchman, Sidewalks, Swimming Pool, Appropriation, Boat Launch 1898 - 1929
375 21 Riverside Park, Ice Skating, Lighting, Palygrounds, Dressing Rooms, Sidewalk, Wading Pool 1929 - 1932
375 22 Rocky Ridge Park, Work Done, Declared A Park, Trinity College Gift, Lighting, Falling Stone, Baseball 1908, 1909, 1911
375 23 Sigourney Park 1930, 1945
375 24 South Green - Fence 1834, 1836, 1845
375 25 South Green (South Park, Barnard Park) Sidewalks, Lighting, Condition Of, Horse Trough, Size Of The Park 1895 - 1928
375 26 South Green, Permit For Circuses, Etc 1868
375 27 South Green: Fence 1870
375 28 Tunnel Park, Creating The Park, Railroad, Costs Of, Reports 1873 - 1890
375 29 Tunnel Park, Land, Railroad, Assessment Appeal, Benches, Beautification Of, Fence, House Of Comfort 1891 - 1927
375 30 Van Block, Advisability Of Becoming A Park 1917
375 31 Village Street Park, "Doctrine Of Dedication" Seats, Beautification, Walks 1853, 1889, 1927, 1928
Box Folder
377 1 Colt, Charter Oak Hall Dedication Booklet 1856
377 2 South Green, Plant For The Park, Accounting Of Expenditures, Complaints, Petitions, Bills, Receipts, Request For Funds, Iron Fence 1836 - 1870, 1890, 1892, 1943
377 3 Colt Park, Will, Elizabeth H. Colt 1905
377 4 Colt Park Printed Broadside Of Mrs. Colt's Will As Regards Estate Of Colt Park 1905
377 5 1St Exhibition At Woadsworth Atheneum Invitations, Wadsworth Atheneum SEE 1905
377 6 Colt Park, Correspondence Of City Accepting The Park, Map 1905
377 7 Colt Park, Boundaries, Play Grounds, Facilities 1906
377 8 Colt Parks, Speedway, Tennis Courts, Skating Pong, Board Walk Flag Walk 1908, 1910, 1911
377 9 Colt Park, Petitions, Board Walk, Pavilion, Sports Fields, Grading, Running Track, Toilets 1912, 1914, 1915, 1919
377 10 Colt Park, Tree Memorials, Swimming Pool, Wading Pool, Addition To Barn, Garage 1922, 1925, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934
377 11 Colt Park, Handball Courts, Reopening Gate Field House, Stadium, Dance Pavilion Fees 1935, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1944
377 12 Misc - Cost, Goodmen, Keney, Elizabeth Park, Swimming Pools, Hockey 1931, 1933
Box Folder
378 1 Colt Park, Petition To Accept Colt Park CIRCA 1905
378 2 Pope Park, Col Pope 's Gift, City Resolutions, Estimates 1894
378 3 Pope Park, Estimates On Developing, Resolutions, Conditions Of The Gift, Employment 1895 - 1899
378 4 Pope Park, Side Walks, Objection To Road, Olmsted, Appropriation, Estimates, Electric Lights, Opinion On Road 1902 - 1912
378 5 Pope Park, Baseball On Sundays, Swimming Pool, Drinking Fountain, Tennis Courts, Petiton On Tennis Courts 1916 - 1929
378 6 Pathway, Petition, Tennis Courts, Restricting Traffic, Ice Skating, Swimming Pool, Tool House Estimate, Bowling Green, Bath House, Caretaker, Picnic Grounds, Slidding 1930 - 1946
378 7 Report, An Enlarged Park System, Creating A Park Commission 1894
378 8 Playgrounds, Construction Of, Various Locations In City 1916 - 1948
378 9 Regulations For Buckingham Square And South Green 1846
378 10 Regulations, Horseback Riding 1944
378 11 Regulations Speed Limit 1940, 1941
375 32 Harbison Play Ground, Resolution Establishing 1925

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IV. Education

A. Private
Trinity College
Box Folder
276 1 Assorted Records, 1862-1942
276 2 Tax Exemption 1852

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B. Public
1. Board of Education
Box Folder
276 3 Annual Reports 1918
2. Board of School Visitors
Box Folder
276 4 Annual Reports 1872
276 5 Annual Reports 1873
276 6 Annual Reports 1874
276 7 Annual Reports 1876
276 8 Annual Reports 1877-1878
276 9 Annual Reports 1882
276 10 Annual Reports 1888-1889
276 11 Annual Reports 1891
276 12 Annual Reports 1897
276 13 Annual Reports 1898
276 14 Annual Reports 1899
276 15 Annual Reports 1901
276 16 Annual Reports 1903
Box Folder
277 1 Annual Reports 1904
277 2 Annual Reports 1906
277 3 Annual Reports 1908
277 4 Annual Reports 1910
277 5 Annual Reports 1913
277 6 Annual Reports 1914
277 7 3. Evening School 1882
277 8 Evening School 1901-1902
4. Finance
Box Folder
277 9 Bonds 1821
277 10 Bonds 1935-1939
277 11 Sinking Funds 1937-1937
277 12 Sinking Funds 1938-1939
277 13 Sinking Funds 1940-1945
5. Hartford Grammar School
Box Folder
278 1 Reports 1826
278 2 Reports 1895-1909
278 3 Reports 1914-1928
278 4 Reports 1929-1939
278 5 Reports 1941, 1945
278 6 6. Technical High School Commission 1909
278 7 7. Vacation Schools 1901
278 8 Vacation Schools 1902
278 9 8. West Middle School 1908

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V. Legal Matters

A. Release of Attachments
Box Folder
429 1 Wrapper That Bound The Documents In This Box 1894
429 2 O'Donnell, William; Lyons, John, Chestnut Street January 3, 1894
429 3 Lesckke &Pletchn, Gothus &Drake January 20, 1894
429 4 Dooling, Margaret H; Dooling, Andrew A; Dorsey, James T. January 26, 1894
429 5 Hicks, E.M., Shwa, Thomas A. February 8, 1894
429 6 King, Albert; Frazier, George W. February 19, 1894
429 7 Comstock, F. R.; Dart, Joseph February 24, 1894
429 8 Shelton, Edward; Harrison, John March 19, 1894
429 9 Tocillo, Joseph, Giombattista, Dadoneli, Kilbourn Street March 19, 1894
429 10 Hills, Louis C; Edwards, Chas. March 26, 1894
429 11 Lovell &Tracy; Conti, Angelo March 26, 1894
429 12 Safford, Charles A., Hallworth, Ann, Sheldon Street; Front Street March 26, 1894
429 13 Hubbard, Maria D; Hussey, Samuel J. And Company; Bellevue Street March 29, 1894
429 14 Fuller, C.C.; Cady, C.C., Buckingham Street April 5, 1894
429 15 Mahl, George, Reardon, William J. April 7, 1894
429 16 Taussig, Charles; Boardman, T. J. April 18, 1894
429 17 Cohen, Morris, Leahy, Michael April 27, 1894
429 18 Brooks, Calvin M., Leavitt, Harriet S., Blue Hills Avenue May 7, 1894
429 19 Barrows, Charles L; Seymour, Floyd, Atlantic Street May 12, 1894
429 20 Gilbert, John W., Berry, Peter, Windsor Street, Portland St May 15, 1894
429 21 Anderson, P. Montague; Hage, James May 18, 1894
429 22 Shannon, James; Clausser, H &Son; May 18, 1894
429 23 Donohue, Margaret; Tausseg, Charles, Windsor Street June 1, 1893
429 24 Bishop, Joseph; Charter Oak National Bank June 12, 1894
429 25 Charter Oak National Bank, Bishop; Joseph June 13, 1894
429 26 Gavin, James J., Duffey, Mary A., Buckingham Street June 15, 1894
429 27 Price, Louis; Slomin (?) Bernard June 18, 1894
429 28 Silberman, Chas; Horovitz, H. June 18, 1894
429 29 Hays, James; Anderson, Montague P. Asylum Street June 26, 1894
429 30 Wilcox, Chester E; Dupas, Edward B. June 28, 1894
429 31 Roberts, Charles H; Marte, Paul Sargeant Street July 6, 1894
429 32 Abels, George F; Hartford Turnhalle Company July 7, 1894
429 33 Hill, Benjamin E., Wright, George W. Garden Street July 7, 1894
429 34 Marsh, Joseph J., Wright, George E. Garden Street July 7, 1894
429 35 Marte, Paul, Roberts, Charles H. July 7, 1894
429 36 Eno, William P., Hicks, Edward M; Huntington Street July 12, 1894
429 37 Snow &Starkie; Tucher, William E. Barbour Street July 23, 1894
429 38 Pellet, Alonzo D., Donovan, Thomas; Donovan Mary July 31, 1894
429 39 Hein, Franz; Hein Charles; Hein, Elmore August 1894
429 40 F. Booss Bros; Wasserbach, J. C. Williams, Julia; Walnut Street August 25, 1894
429 41 Grenier, George F, Sugrue, John September 19, 1894
429 42 Sagarino, Felix, Fauso, Thomas September 27, 1894
429 43 Bonner Preston Company; Daly, William C. October 4, 1894
429 44 Security Company; Willes, Edgar; Elm Street October 6, 1894
429 45 Capitol City Lumber Company; Daly, William C. October 18, 1894
429 46 Poole, J.J.; Daly, William C. October 18, 1894
429 47 Whitmore, Jane Estate; Whitmore, Ranson, Estate October 18, 1894
429 48 Walker, Robert; Collins, Ann November 9, 1894
429 49 Bentley, William F., Oranstein, M. November 12, 1894
429 50 Goodman, A.C., Phoenix Insurance Company December 10, 1894
429 51 Ashmead, Henritta; Foster Frederick R. December 12, 1894
429 52 Tinkham, William D; White, George A; Windsor Street December 13, 1894
429 53 Pinney, W. R.; Pinney, George H. December 19, 1894
429 54 Hartford Women Wire Mattress; Daly, William C. December 29, 1894

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B. Discrimination
Box Folder
296 1 Unamerican conduct, penalty for those against minority races, fair employment practice law (FEPL),1944, 1946, 1947
C. Juvenile Court
296 2 Appropriation, Appointment Of Clerk 1927
296 3 Extra Appropriation 1929
296 4 Extra Appropriation 1930
296 5 Annual Report 1931
296 6 Report, Printed 1932
296 7 Annual Report 1932
296 8 Report, Printed 1933
296 9 Annual Report 1933
296 10 Annual Report, Repair To Garage 1934
296 11 Extra Appropriation 1936
296 12 Extra Appropriation 1937
296 13 Annual Report, Printed 1944
296 14 Annual Report, Printed 1945
296 15 Annual Report, Printed 1947
D. Superior Court
Box Folder
296 16 Relief From Duty Jurors 1914
296 17 Jurors 1900 - 1901
296 18 List Of Jurors 1947
296 19 Jurors Excused 1928
296 20 Jurors Excused 1927
296 21 Jurors Excused 1924
296 22 List Of Jurors 1915
296 23 Jury List 1912
296 24 List Of Jurors Excused 1911
296 25 Persons Excused From Jury 1909 - 1910
296 26 Jurors 1905 - 1906
296 27 Jurors 1904 - 1905
296 28 Alterations To Superior Court Room 1885
296 29 Jurors 1902 - 1903
296 30 Jurors 1903 - 1904
296 31 Jurors 1898 - 1899
296 32 Copy Of Substitute Order Hubbard Et Al 1896
296 33 Jury Excused 1913
E. General
Box Folder
353 1 Ohio Land, Andrew Mahoan And Susan Parsons Marriage License 1881
353 2 Machinery In Screw Factory, Appointment Of A Conservator For James P. Foster 1881
353 3 Voting For Justice Of The Peace, Sherriffs, Amendment To The State Constitution 1886
353 4 Small Claims Filings, Foreclosure Of Personal Estate, Oath Of Grand Juror 1891
353 5 Summons, Complaint And Writ Arrest, Foreclosure, Attachment Of Property 1892
353 6 Summons, Civil Action, Unpaid Bond 1893
353 7 Summons, Unpaid Debt, Divorce Petition, Foreclosure 1894
353 8 Summons, Foreclosures 1895
353 9 Summons, Unpaid Debt 1896
353 10 Vint, Summons, Complaint 1899
353 11 Summons, Unpaid Debt 1903
353 12 Summons, Unpaid Loan 1905
353 13 Summons, Unpaid Loan, Repair To Building 1906
353 14 Summons, Unpaid Debt, Recover Real Estate 1907
353 15 Lis Pendens 1912 - 1913
353 16 Outlet Millinery Company, Judgement On 1922
353 17 Colt Industrial Union, Advertisement 1943

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