Found in 1037 Collections and/or Records:
Alumni reunion, Class of 1919, 1953
Approximately 131,500 negatives documenting all aspects of University life and the town and residents of Storrs, Connecticut.
Am - An, 1902 - 1920
American Agricultural Chemical Company, 1904-1920
American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers, 1905-1911
American Association of University Women, Connecticut Division Records
American Brass Company, 1907 - 1918
American Breeders Association, 1908-1911
American Car Company, 1903-1913
American Cement Post Company, 1904
American Colortype Company, 1913
American Cultivator, 1904-1908
American Cyanamid Company, 1907-1913
American Electrical Works, 1898-1902
American Hardware Corporation (Charles M. Jarvis), 1905 - 1908
American Hardware Corporation (Charles M. Jarvis), 1907
American Hardware Corporation Records
The records consist of financial records associated with the American Hardware Corporation of New Britain, Connecticut, its predecessor companies P. & F. Corbin and Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Company, and divisions Corbin Cabinet Lock Company and Corbin Screw Corporation.
American Harrow Co., 1903-1906
American History, undated
This broad collection dates from the early nineteenth to the early twentieth century. Featuring Administrative records, awards, books, clippings, correspondence, ephemera, financial records, interviews, legal documents, manuscripts, military records, oral histories, photographs, postcards, posters, publications, realia, and scrapbooks, the collection offers a wide range of sources relevant to the history of Hampton.
American Horticultural Distributing Company, 1908
American Jersey Cattle Club, 1906-1911
American Seeding Machine Company, 1906-1914
American Shropshire Registry Association, 1907 - 1911
American Society of Agronomy, 1908-1920
American Steel and Wire Company, 1902-1917
American Thread Company Records
In 1898, the English Sewing Company of England purchases the Willimantic Linen Company and other New England mills and form the American Thread Company. The Willimantic mill was closed when the company moved to North Carolina in 1985.