Electrical wholesalers new haven connecticut historical society

These records concern the company's stock and debentures before and during the first bankruptcy and reorganization.

electrical wholesalers new haven connecticut historical society

This subseries contains the files of L. This allowed for further reduction in size since space was not needed for the weights to fall.

Smith and Kirk continued to serve as co-Trustees until 1969. This record group contains files from both out of court settlements and actual court cases.

Everyman’s Time: The Rise and Fall of Connecticut Clockmaking

The Railroad Archives already has acquired several other groups of New Haven Railroad records, and welcomes information about other railroad records which might be donated for preservation and research use.

Globe Pequot Press, 2009.

electrical wholesalers new haven connecticut historical society

November 20. This series contains claims for damages from fires and to livestock caused by locomotives.

electrical wholesalers new haven connecticut historical society

This record group contains approximately 850 linear feet of material. January 28.

New Haven Museum and Historical Society (New Haven, CT)

This series contains reports filed by the NHRR and its subsidiary companies with various state regulatory agencies as required by law. Apparently, the Comptroller acted as one of the major information distributors in the New Haven Railroad. A similar procedure was used in sampling the vouchers. Note that the container lists provided do not include every file heading found in a particular box; the lists provide only a selected sampling of topics.

electrical wholesalers new haven connecticut historical society

Urbanism and Its End. The cards document when stocks were bought, their value, and when due. Competition was strong from the German, Swiss, and Japanese manufacturers reestablished when the war ended.

electrical wholesalers new haven connecticut historical society

These histories are intended only as a guide for cross-referencing. Thus, some information about the Naugatuck Railroad, for example, may be located in Secretary's Office Legal Records, even though the company's name does not appear in the contents list for this series. There is no substitute for discussing your research query directly with the reference archivist, who will assist you in locating information and in avoiding some of the many potential wrong turns and dead-ends which frequently make archival research both challenging and, sometimes, frustrating.

The Mortgages and Leases are arranged alphabetically by name of the company.