Browse Collections (56 total)

William Ingram Civil War Correspondence


A collection of correspondence sent by William Ingram, a solider in the 12th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, to his wife during the Civil War. Also…

Whale Oil Row, est. 1835

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In the nineteenth century, New London was a thriving and bustling center of the whaling industry. Whale Oil Row is a part of Huntington Street made up…

Contributors: Jacob Brill-Weil

United States Coast Guard Academy

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Established in 1790, the Coast Guard is the first "seagoing" military force in the country. Its Academy was founded in 1910 at Fort Trumbull as cadets…

Contributors: Jenni Wilson

Union Station


Union station was built in 1877 when the New London and New Haven rail companies merged, and needed a new station building, making it the sixth rail…

Contributors: Marian Hancock-Cerutti

Thomas Pimer Papers


Correspondence of Thomas Pimer to his father while he was serving in the 21st Connecticut Infantry in the Civil War.

The Tongue Cut Sparrow

This is a Japanese woodblock printed crepe paper book, describing the fairy tale "The Tongue Cut Sparrow."

Contributors: Eitaku, Kobayashi, 1843-1890 (illustrator)

The Old Man and The Devils

Contributors: Hepburn, James Curtis (1815-1911) (Translator)

The Ogres of Oyeyama

Contributors: Eitaku, Kobayashi, 1843-1890 (illustrator)

The New London Plan


1928 Development Plan for New London
written by Herbert Swam

Contributors: Caitlin Teare

The Mohican Hotel

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Commerce, Sachi Fukaya

Contributors: Eva Brydson