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Identifier: MS -Hinds
Overview Papers of civil rights activist Boyd Hinds, including archival materials of Education/Instruccion. The collection focuses on institutionalized racism as reflected in education, housing and finance policy and practices in the city of Hartford in the 1970-1987 time period as well as Hinds' career as a state representative 1976-1980.
Identifier: MS -1919-BPW
Overview Papers and records of the Hartford, Connecticut Business and Professional Women's Club.
Overview Real estate records including site plans and photographs for various properties in Hartford.
Scope and Content Papers of Gwen Reed, a Hartford tobacco worker turned actress, educator, and community worker. Included are papers from her involvement with Community Players, Hartford Stage Company, and Playtime for Tots. Theater programs and scripts constitute about a third of the collection. A valuable source of information is Reed's scrapbook from her time with the Charles Gilpin Players (1936-1939), a beneficiary of the Federal Theater Project. Reed is also well known for having portrayed Aunt...
Identifier: MS -Pinnell
Overview Correspondence and documentation relating to urban renewal, transportation, and parking in downtown Hartford at the end of the twentieth century.