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Manuscript Library

Welcome to the Booth Library manuscript index. 

The manuscript index contains links to finding aids for the collections of the Booth Library.  Each finding aid has a description of that collection along with a listing of the items within that collection.  The Booth Library staff and volunteers are updating the index daily in order to make your research experience more productive.

The Manuscript Index is arranged alphabetically by collection name.  To access a finding aid, please click on its name.

To search the Manuscript Index for a specific research topic, please enter the term into the Search Library Box below. 


Please keep in mind that many collections have not been inventoried while others are currently in progress.  If you have any questions regarding the Finding Aids or the Index, please contact the archivist at archivist@chemungvalleymuseum.org

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A typed manuscript attributed to Gretchen S. Sorin.titled "The Black Community in Elmira", appeared in "A Heritage Uncovered, The Black Experience in Upstate N.Y.1800-1925".Manuscript011601
Recipe for home medicine from Mrs. Wilcox to Mrs. E. F. Lucas. January 18, 1879.DocumentsA0101
A recipe for home made medicine. Created by Mrs. R.H. Wilcox. Dated: January 18th 1879.RecipesA0101
A recipe for homemade medicine. Created by Mrs. R. H. Wilcox. Dated January 18, 1879.RecieptsA0101
A letter written by Martin to Ned about a dinner party. Big Flats, January 2, 1880.LetterA0102
Letter from Martie to Ned regarding a new dress and a dinner party. January 2, 1880.LetterA0102
A letter written by Martin to Ned about a dinner party. Big Flats, January 2nd, 1880. LetterA0102
A letter to E. F. Lucas from Joseph K. Wells, asking him to stop by his office at the end of the day. Dated March 24, 1879.LetterA0103
A letter to E.F. Lucas from Joseph K. Wells, asking him to stop by his office at the end of the day. Dated: March 24th, 1879. LetterA0103
Note to E. F. Lucas from Heissenbuttel $ Wells Coal Company. March 24, 1879.LetterA0103
A certificate stating that Abby Lucas appointed Edmund Lucas her attorney for transferring money into the National Bank of Commerce of New York. Dated April 9th, 1879.CertificateA0104
A certificate stating that Abby Lucas appointed Edmund Lucas her attorney for transferring money into the National Boank of Commerce of New York, dated April 9, 1879.LetterA0104
Power of attorney form from Abby Lucas. April 9th, 1879.DocumentsA0104
A letter written to Ned (Edmund) Lucas from his Aunt Emily. The letter states that she is not trustworthy in investing her money in the government and she will not put 4% of her investments into stock. Dated: may 8th, 1879. LetterA0105
Written receipt for payment of $4.50 from Mr. Lucas to John Bennott. May 10, 1879.RecieptsA0105
A letter written to Ned (Edmund) Lucas from his Aunt Emily. The letter stated that she is not trustworthy in investing her money in the government and she will not put 4% of her investments into stock. Dated May 8, 1879.LetterA0105
Letter to Ned from Aunt Emily. May 8th, 1879.LetterA0106
Letter from Mrs. Edmund Lucas to her husband Ned (Edmund) Lucas. It is telling him to come home early from work as they are traveling to Jersey City for the weekend. Dated: May 16th, 1879. LetterA0106
A letter to Mrs. Edmund Lucas to her husband Ned (Edmund) Lucas. It is telling him to come home early from work as they are traveling to Jersey City for the weekend, dated May 16, 1879.LetterA0106
A love letter from Mrs. Martie Lucas to her husband Ned Lucas. Written in Bristol, Rhode Island. Dated: September 22nd, 1879. LetterA0107
Note from Martie to Ned, note to office? Regarding coming home early as they are going to Jersey City. May 16, 1879.LetterA0107
A letter to Ned Lucas from his wife Martie explaining that she doesn’t know why she is writing a letter to him, but wants to tell him that she is cutting a new bonnet for her mother. Dated: May 13th, 1879. LetterA0108
Letter from Martie to Ned, love letter. September 22, 1879.LetterA0108
A letter addressed to Ned Lucas, presumably from his wife because of the "yours truly" at the end of the letter. It is addressed from Hazelwood on August 29th, 1879. LetterA0109
Letter from Martie to Ned. 1879.LetterA0109
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