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Old Lyme, Conn., monographs collection, 1770-1985.

Author: Donna PetersNathan PerkinsFelix FrankfurterJ Stuart RankinRonna L ReynoldsAll authors
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Monographs and books, chiefly relating to the history of the Old Lyme, Conn., area.

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Genre/Form: Funeral sermons
Photograph albums
Sermons, American
Named Person: Nathan Strong; Learned Hand; Matthew Griswold; Phebe Griswold Parsons; Jonathan Parsons; J Warren Stark; Florence Griswold; Florence Griswold; Matthew Griswold; Learned Hand; Jonathan Parsons; Phebe Griswold Parsons; J Warren Stark; Nathan Strong
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Peters; Nathan Perkins; Felix Frankfurter; J Stuart Rankin; Ronna L Reynolds; Lathrop Rockwell; Thomas A Stevens; James P Terry; Leslie H Tyler; Margaret Axson Elliott; Stanley B Weld
OCLC Number: 70954320
Notes: In part, photocopies and typescripts.
Description: 1 box.
Other Titles: Album of pictures of the New England hurricane and floods of September, nineteen hundred and thirty-eight.


Monographs and books, chiefly relating to the history of the Old Lyme, Conn., area.

Includes paper (1985) by Donna Peters entitled "River Crossing Between Old Lyme and Old Saybrook"; article (1947) by Felix Frankfurter and clippings regarding Judge Learned Hand; maritime history (n.d.) of the town of Essex, Conn., by J. Stuart Rankin, Jr.; MA thesis (31 p., 1977) by Ronna L. Reynolds entitled "Educational House Tour: A Case Study in Wethersfield, Connecticut"; articles on fishing and buildings in Old Lyme; and funeral sermons for Rev. Nathan Strong by Rev. Nathan Perkins (1817), for Gov. Matthew Griswold by Rev. Lathrop Rockwell (1802), and Phebe Griswold Parsons (wife of Jonathan Parsons), by John Searl, pastor of the church in Stoneham, Mass., who studied for the ministry under Jonathan Parsons in Old Lyme (54 p., 1770).

Also includes autobiography of J. Warren Stark, Lyme first selectman and state legislator; maritime articles by Thomas A. Stevens; sermon (1851) delivered at Randolph, Mass., by Rev. James P. Terry; An Album of Pictures of the New England Hurricane and Floods of September, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Eight (1938), edited by Leslie H. Tyler; book entitled Connecticut Physicians in the Civil War (1961), by Stanley B. Weld; and excerpts from My Aunt Louisa and Woodrow Wilson (1944), by Margaret Axson Elliott, describing a visit to Florence Griswold in 1917.


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