Connecticut Historical Society
1821, 1 sheet.
An appeal from Mayor Elizur Goodrich of New Haven, Conn., written on January, 29, 1821, soliciting donations from citizens of Simsbury, Conn., to aid those who suffered losses from the fire from October 26, 1820.
The Morgan Library and Museum
Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
1825, 1 item.
A letter from John Trumbull to Professor Elizur Goodrich written on July 22, 1825. In the letter, Trumbull writes concerning his portrait.
New Haven Museum
New Haven, CT
In the National and local historic figures papers, 1638-1980, approximately 2,000 items.
Persons represented include Elizur Goodrich.
Rosenbach Museum and Library
1800-1801, 3 items.
The papers consist of letters from Elizur Goodrich to Stephen Twining. The first letter mentions the renomination of John Jay for chief justice. It is undated, but was written between October 1800, when Jay's successor Oliver Ellsworth sumbitted his resignation, and 20 January 1801, when John Marshall was nominated after Jay's refusal. The second letter, 15 December 1800, reports Zephaniah Swift's opinion of the situation in France: Napoleon aims to establish a monarchy and the people are ready to accept it. The third, 12 February 1801, reports from the floor of the House of Representatives during the balloting to break the electoral tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr.
South Carolina Historical Society Library
1800, 1 item.
A letter from Elizur Goodrich to Timothy Pitkin written on December 12, 1800. In the letter, Goodrich reports that the electors for Jefferson and Burr in South Carolina have been chosen by a majority of thirteen and contends that "it would have been easy to have made a union for Jefferson and Pinckney."
Yale University Library
Manuscripts and Archives
New Haven, CT
In the Correspondence Maintained by Elizur Goodrich, Secretary of the Corporation, Yale College, 1825-1846, 1 envelope.
The records consist of correspondence maintained by Elizur Goodrich, Yale Secretary, regarding honorary degree candidates.
In Goodrich family papers, 1782-1856. 4 feet.
Unpublished finding aid in repository.
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