|Title||Jeffersonian Legislature of Winchester Records|
|Date||Nov. 19, 1874 - March 29, 1875|
|Scope & Content||
The Jeffersonian Legislature of Winchester records cover its inception in 1874 until 29 March 1875. The volume contains loose letters - one from Charles L. Harrington to Cora Quimby dated 17 Jan 1923 in which he said he is sending the volume to her. He enclosed a brochure advertising his popular science lectures. This is inserted in the volume.
There is also a letter from Cora Quimby to him acknowledging the receipt of the record book.
|Admin/Biographical History||The Jeffersonian Legislature of Winchester consisted of 240 members, corresponding to the Mass. House of Representatives. Its purpose was to acquaint men and women with the ways and actions of the state legislature. The officers were Speaker, Clerk and Sergeant at Arms and members took the part of representatives in cities and towns in the state. Bills, resolutions and committees were brought before the members.|
|Copyrights||Permission to publish material from this collection is subject to approval by the Town of Winchester.|
|Finding Aids||Finding aid is available. Contact the Archives.|
Ayer, T. P.
Harrington, Charles L.
Skillings, David Nelson
Wilson, John T.