Finding Aid

The Cornwall Historical Society (CHS) strives to serve through access to its collections. Our Finding Aid is a work in progress, and will be expanded over time. Please call or email us if you cannot locate materials pertinent to your research topic.

MS 001 The Scoville Family Collection (1886-1925)
MS 002 The Edward Comfort Starr Collection (1864-1927)
MS 003 The Agriculture and Forestry Collection (1828-2005)
MS 004 Amos T. Allen Papers (1862-1864)
MS 005 The Andrews Family Collection (1825-1913)
MS 006 Cornwall Artists Collection (1840-2000)
MS 007 The Henry Carrington Bolton Papers (1870-1899)
MS 008 Business Collection (1767-1999)
MS 009 The Chamberlain Family Collection (1862-2003)
MS 010 The Harriet L. Clark Collection (1818-2001)
MS 011 Cornwall Photographs and Miscellanea (1779-2003)
MS 012 Connecticut Miscellanea (1884-1933)
MS 013 The Cornwall Educators Collection (1881-1943)
MS 014 The Emmons Family Papers (1779-1991)
MS 015 The Sarah Robinson Fay Swift Papers (1791-1804)
MS 016 Kellogg Family Papers (1755-1890)
MS 017 Cornwall Legal Miscellanea (1757-1941)
MS 018 Cornwall Medical Miscellanea (1800-1946)
MS 019 Cornwall Military Collection (1754-1953)
MS 020 Cornwall Ministers Collection (1796-1943)
MS 021 American Mission Movement Collection (1891-1953)
MS 022 James Henry Moser Collection (1883-2009)
MS 023 Cornwall Natural History Collection (1888-1982)
MS 024 Silas Gilbert Patterson Papers (1692-1913)
MS 025 Pierce Family Collection (1725-1974)
MS 026 Cornwall Politics Collection (1776-1989)
MS 028 Cornwall Recreation Collection (1848-1998)
MS 029 Rogers Family Collection (1759-1993)
MS 030 Sanford Family Collection (1896-1922)
MS 031 Cornwall Schools Collection (1833-1990)
MS 032 Sturges Kellogg Papers (1856-1864)
MS 034 The General John Sedgwick Papers (1776-1994)
MS 035 Transportation Collection (1751-1950)
MS 036 Cornwall Writers Collection (1792-1990)
MS 037 Art at the Dump Collection (2000-2005)
MS 038 Foreign Mission School Collection (1799-2015)
MS 039 Jeremy Brecher Research Papers (1939-1991)