Mercantile Stores & Businesses in the Mystic, Connecticut Area
Object ID:
2014.008.0009
Collection:
Kimball, Carol Collection
Scope & Content:
Collection of archives from Carol Kimball, including correspondence, news clippings re. Mystic, advertisements:

*Correspondence from Charles R. Hathaway, Examiner of CT Public Records, to Mr. (?), Morgan, August 31, year unknown

*booklet, "American Legion, Richard William Morgan Post No. 25, Mystic, Conn." 1931 [copy of 1990.008.0259, but in better condition]

*collection of news clippings - obituaries, Mystic Hook & Ladder Co., Scarlet Fever Epidemic, Hotel Hoxie, Mystic Boys in Service for WWI, Trolley, sewers, Mystic Ice and Fuel, Capt. E.W. French, letter carriers, fisheries, Women's Christian Temperance Union, Mrs. Alice A. Palmer, Mr. John R. Babcock, Caroline Beebe Whitehouse

*booklet, "Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 106th Connecticut Grand Lodge Session, May 17, 1946"

*Will of Mary Jobe Akeley, November 13, 1957 (carbon Copy)

*typed vessel list of vessels owned by the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company

*advertising cards, Mystic News

*New London Steamboat Co. Tickets

*booklet, (advertising) "Longman and Martinez, Pure Paints"

*booklet (shopping memorandum) "Max Bendett Department Store, Mystic, Conn."

*booklet, "The Lummus, or Improved Taylor Cotton Gin" manufactured by the Standard Machinery Co., Mystic River, Conn.

*receipt, "Engine House to Charles Grinnell," 1847

*New London County Court Document, Rupert Williams vs. Edward Noyes (in which Noyes was fined 35 dollars), November 11, 1838

*booklet, "Manual and Directory of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Mystic, Conn."

*Collection of receipts, 1896-1937: O.W. Grossman (seafood), Max Bendett Department Stores, James E.F. Brown (livery & stable), George E. Tingley (photographer), The Mystic Journal, Roswell Brown & Son (livery & stable), I.W. Denison (dry goods & grocery)

*Advertisements/shopping bags, I.W. Denison & Co., Grocers and N.G. Fish & Co., Grocers (N.G. Fish - digital scan only due to presence of mold on bag, 8"x12" brown paper bag)

*postcards (2), "The Last Fight with the Pequots" and "Wequetequock Casino, between Westerly, R.I. and Stonington, Conn."

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