Guide to Archives in the Connecticut State Library by Robert Claus, 2nd ed. (1978).
Colt Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company
Records, 1847–1919, 30 ft. Includes letters of Company agents in Russia in the 1870s and 1880s. (RG 103) Unpublished guide (NUCMC 60–827 and 71–1612).
His report upon the trade of St. Petersburg; list of American vessels arrived at and departed from Cronstadt in 1820; list of American ships passed the sound in 1820; list of goods exported from St. Petersburg, 1819, 28 pp. Made for Bach, Bayley & Co., and sent to James Luke & Bros., Philadelphia, Kept in main vault (947. F2). (Probablv Miers Fisher, Jr.)
Jonathan Trumbull (1710-1785)
Papers, 1631–1784, 29 vols. Colonial governor of Connecticut, 1769–84. Report that the empress [i.e., Catherine II] exacted a contribution from the clergy (August 1773); comment on the friendly attitude of the empress [toward?], September 1780; declaration to support rights of neutrality mentioned, September 1780; and report of Empress of Russia favoring the Jesuits, March 1783. Unpublished subject index. (M.H.S. Connecticut Colonial Official Papers)