Coat of Arms Collection (RG 074:049)

RG 074:049, Coat of Arms Collection Inventory of Collection

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Content

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Container List

Accession 1936-009 1904-1906

Accession 1982-005 1932-1936, undated


RG 074:049, Coat of Arms Collection

Inventory of Collection

Finding aid prepared by Connecticut State Library staff.

Copyright 2009 by the Connecticut State Library


Overview of the Collection

Repository: Connecticut State Library
Creator: Connecticut State Library (collector)
Title: Coat of Arms collection
Dates: 1904-1936, undated
Quantity: 3 cubic feet
Abstract: A collection of coat of arms that include drawings, photostats and paintings.
Identification: RG074_049
Accession: Multiple
Language: The records are in English.

Scope and Content

Includes drawings, photostats, and paintings.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

These records are stored at an off-site facility and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis.

See the Rules and Procedures for Researchers Using Archival Records and Secured Collections policy.

Restrictions on Use

See the Reproduction and Publications of State Library Collections policy.

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Related Material

None.

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Index Terms

Subjects:

Devices (Heraldry)

Family Names:

Adams family
Atwater family
Borden family
Bowles family
Brownell family
Bullard family
Burr family
Collins family
Cowdrey family
Cutler family
Dawley family
De Peyster family
Depasco family
Doty family
Farren family
Frank family
Geer family
Goodwin family
Humpherey family
Leland family
Lewis family
Lord family
McCleary family
Myers family
Pechin family
Phippen family
Pounds family
Rand family
Root family
Seymour family
Sharp family
Shearer family
Smart family
Spencer family
Stiebar family
Stuart family
Taylor family
Tilden family
Washington family
Watson family
Wells family
Windsor family

Document Types:

Drawings
Paintings

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Administrative Information

Provenance

Accession 1936-009 came to the Connecticut State Library by gift from Mrs. William A. (Mary Jerome Higgins) Semple on July 15, 1936.

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Container List

Accession 1936-009, 1904-1906
Lacey, 1904 April 15, watercolor
Painted by Mary Jerome Higgins.
Young, 1906 November, watercolor
Painted by Mary Jerome Higgins.
Accession 1982-005, 1932-1936, undated
Item
Adams, photostat copy
Illustration and grant of arms to Dr. Arthur Adams, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., from the King of Arms, Edinburgh, November 7, 1940.
Photostat copy was made on 1946 May 24.
Adams, photostat copy
Illustration and grant of arms to Hannah Green Adams, July 8, 1930.
Back date December 1, 1939.
Atwater, 2 copies, colored
Arms and Crest confirmed to Robert Atwater of Toyton Manor in Lenham by William Harvey Clarenceax, Herald at Arms, in 1564.
Source: Francis Atwater, New Haven, February 1927.
Bolles, colored
Painted by Charles N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, September 17, 1932.
Borden, Colored
Painted by Charles N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andres, September 17, 1932.
Brownell, 1936 September, 3 copies, black and white
Arms granted February 8, 1662, to Sir Robert Dacres, for his wife, Dame Mary Dacres, daughter and heir of John Brownell of the town of Derby.
Printed by E.E. Brownell, Philadelphia, PA.
Bullard, colored
Burr, photostat copy
Granted to Hugh Burr.
Burr, photostat copy
Collens, photostat copy
Made from original in possession of Miss J.T. Collins, Hartford, January 19, 1931.
Collins, photostat copy
Made from original in possession of Miss J.T. Collins, Hartford, January 19, 1931.
Cowdrey, colored
Received September 29, 1925.
Cutler, colored
Dawley, 1936 September, 2 copies, black and white
Printed by E.E. Brownell, Philadelphia, PA.
Depasco; Depeyster, colored
Received September 29, 1925.
Doty, black and white
Farren, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, September 17, 1932.
Geer, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, September 17, 1932.
Goodwin, black and white
Source: Sadie S. Field, Norwich, March 6, 1953.
Humphereys, colored
Presented to General David Humphereys by Ozias Humphreys, artist of London, about the year 1790 and presented by the widow of William Humphreys, nephew of General David, to Dr. Frederick Humphereys, 1868.
Leland, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp, New Haven, Conn.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 1, 1932.
Lewis, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp, New Haven, Conn.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 1, 1932.
Lord
Photograph of arms and crest as shown in hatchment at the Connecticut Historical Society.
Source: Kenneth Lord, NYC, November 10, 1945.
Lord, photostat copy
Colored painting made for the Lord genealogy. Based on description in N.E. Reg. 86:270 and seal on Dorothy Lord's will.
Source: Kenneth Lord, NYC, November 15, 1945.
Lord, colored illustration
Source: Kenneth Lord, NYC, July 23, 1946.
McClary, colored
M'Clary estate, donor, Oct. 29, 1923.
Myers quartering Frank, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 31, 1932.
Pechin, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 31, 1932.
Phippen, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 31, 1932.
Pond, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 31, 1932.
Rand, colored
Frederick W. Payne, donor, Hartford, October 18, 1926.
Root, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 31, 1932.
Root - also Winsor, colored
Wiola Root Cameron, Genealogist, 521 Fifth Ave. New York; 57 Chancery Lane, London.
Seymour, colored
Sharpe, colored
Shearer, colored
Smart, colored
Received July 11, 1977.
Spencer, colored
Steber, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 31, 1932.
Stuart, undated, colored
Hand drawn.
Taylor, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, September 17, 1932.
Tilden, colored
Painted by Charles L.N. Camp.
Source: W.G. Andrews, August 31, 1932.
Washington, colored
Watson, 1932 February 17, 2 copies, photostat copy
Painted by James [Watson].
Welles, black and white
Coat of Armour of Simon de Welles, Crusader, AD 1191.
Donor: Catherine Havens, Hartford. April 18, 1935.