Aetna Life and Casualty Collection
Scope and Content
Contains material published by Aetna Life and Casualty during the 20th century. Includes annual reports and supplements, Aetna Bulletin, Aetnaizer, and related material. The material is sorted by year within each topic.
The records are stored in a restricted area and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis.
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Aetna Insurance Company organized an annuity fund to sell life insurance in 1850. In 1853, the Annuity department separates from Aetna Insurance and is incorporated as Aetna Life Insurance Company. The company’s first president is Eliphalet A Bulkeley. The “Aetna” name is retained to take advantage of the good reputation of the original Aetna. (Retrieved from https://www.aetna.com/about-us/aetna-history.html on November 28, 2022)
3.5 linear_feet (approximately)
Language of Materials
A collection of material from Aetna Life and Casualty.
The collection is closed. Additional accruals are not expected.
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