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NOVEMBER 2000Volume 2 Number 4

CSL Is Looking For...

Although The Connecticut State Library maintains the most comprehensive collection of Connecticut Documents in the state, a number of volumes are missing. Most of these are specific editions from a series and from the nineteenth century, so they are not easy to acquire. If you want to weed your collections, or just help us fill out ours, we would very much appreciate receiving the items listed below.

  1. Connecticut General Assembly. House of Representatives.
    Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Connecticut Hartford 1961, Part II; 1967, Part I
  2. Connecticut General Assembly. Senate
    Journal of the Senate of the State of Connecticut 1987, Parts I, II, III
  3. Connecticut
    The Public Documents of the State of Connecticut 1914, Vol. IV, Part 2
  4. Connecticut
    The Public Records of the State of Connecticut Vol. III, 1780-1781; Vol. IV, 1782
  5. Connecticut. Banking Commissioner
    Report of the Banking Commissioner of the State of Connecticut, to the General Assembly reports done between 1903 and 1910
  6. Connecticut State Department of Education
    Connecticut Laws Concerning Education as of 1872, 1882, 1886, 1904

Please email or call Al Palko at 860.757.6573 for information about shipping or more information about the Connecticut Documents Depository Library Program.

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