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Welcome to the Booth Library manuscript index. 

The manuscript index contains links to finding aids for the collections of the Booth Library.  Each finding aid has a description of that collection along with a listing of the items within that collection.  The Booth Library staff and volunteers are updating the index daily in order to make your research experience more productive.

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Collection TitleMC 01 Francis Hall PapersCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByCarol Knowlton
Extent1 linear foot
AbstractInventory still in progress


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Letter to Gussie Hall from Florence, dated December 12, 1895.LetterB1006
Letter from Frank Hall to his mother, dated December 8,1910.LetterB1007
Letter from Frank Hall to his mother, dated December 8,1910.LetterB1007
Letter with envelope addressed to Mrs. Robert Hall from son Julius Hall, July 8,1913.LetterB1008
Letter with envelope addressed to Mrs. Robert Hall from her son Julius Hall, July 8,1913.LetterB1008
Letter to Mrs. Hall from her son J.R. Hall, Sepetember 26, 1913.LetterB1009
Letter from Robert Hall to his family, January 29,1922.LetterB1010
Six(typed) letters between the Estate of Francis Hall and Wilson Potter,Architect of NYC regarding the design of the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn; dates are February 10,April 11,May 7,May 11,July 2, July 28,July 30th:all in 1903.LettersB1102
Five(typed) letters between the Francis Hall Estate and Maitland Armstrong & Company of New York City regarding the construction and furnishing of the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn; letters are dated May 19,June 2,June 6,June 11,June 18,all in 1903.LettersB1103
Six typed letters between the Estate of Francis Hall and The Library Bureau in New York City regarding details of The Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn.; letters are dated June 20,July 6,July 23,July 25.July 25,& August 1, all in 1903.LettersB1201
Three typed letters from Wilson Potter,Architect of NYC,one to the Francis Hall Estate dated July 14,1903 regarding the Hall Memorial Library and 2 copies of a letter dated July 15,1903 to Spence Meakler & Bell of Boston,Mass regarding windows for the library.LettersB1202
Three from he Library Bureau in NYC to the Francis Hall Estate regarding the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn., and dated July 27,July 28 and August 31, all 1903.LettersB1301
Four between J.T.McKnight,City Engineer of Ellington,Conn. and the Francis Hall Estate regarding the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington dated August 21,August 24(Estate Attorneys),August 28 and September 3, all 1903.LetteraB1302
Four between Wilson Potter,Architect, of NYC and the Francis Hall Estate regarding the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn.,dated August 11,August 25,August 27 and September 29, all in 1903.LettersB1303
Five (typed) between Spence Moakler & Bell of Boston,Mass,staned glass artisans and the Francis Hall Estate regarding the windows to be made and placed in the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn; dated July 27,August 3,August 21,August 25 and August 28, all in 1903.LettersB1303
Small pencil sketch regarding "driveway across lot in rear of builsing(Hall Memorial Library)to be graded and grassed the same as lawn".SketchB1304
Six typed letters between the Library Bureau of NYC and the Estate of Francis Hall regarding the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn: the dates are June 15,June 16,June 29,July 1, July 2,& July 10, all in 1903.LettersB1401
Six typed letters between Carpenter & Williams,Contractors of Norwich,Conn. and the Francis Hall Estate regarding the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn.,dated Jan. 31.Jan.31,February 3, February 15th, February 23 & February 26, all in 1903.LettersB1402
Thirty-two(32) typed letters between Wilson Potter,Architect of NYC and the Francis Hall Estate, beginning on January 2, 1903 and ending July 15, 1903 regarding the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn.not consecutive.LettersB1403
Three typed letters between The Hartforf(Conn) Paving & Construction Company and The Francis Hall Estate regarding the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn., dated June 22,June 25 and July 13, all in 1903.LettersB1404
Miscellaneous letters to do with the Hall Memorial Library in Ellington,Conn.:three regarding insurance:June 15,24 &25,1903,one from Smith Anthony Company of Boston re the furnaces and one to Charles King of the Conn. State Board of Education dated February 10, 1903. LettersB1405
Printed dated feb.1-3,no year,of "Unrestricted Public Sales" at The American Art Galleries,NYC of Collections of Francis Hall Estate,Mrs. Ellen J. Banker Estate and Thomas A. Mack. Envelope included.AnnouncementB1501
Two page, hand written,Estate of Francis Hall, dated February 23, 1904.InventoryB1502
One sheet,typed.titled "Memo of Undivided Articles" re the Francis Hall Estate,no date.DocumentB1503
Two hand written pages of items from the Francis Hall Estate,the value of each and to whom they were given.DocumentB1504
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