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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.

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Collection TitleMC 73 Lowman Family CollectionCreator
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Announcement of death of Jacob Lowman, Jr.DocumentA0101
Letter from E.M.Lowman to Folks, from Eyata, Minnesota, November 27, 1872. Went from Illinois to Minnesota and heading home. Borrowing money and paying debtLetterA02
Letter home to family from E. M. Lowman.LetterA0201
Letter from J. S. Beers, Company H, Stuart's Engineers 50th Regiment to Mary Ann Lowman, September 27, 1861 regarding Beer's enlistment and the details of military life. LetterA0201
Mini envelope addressed to a Mrs. LowmanLetterA0202
Letter to Mary Ann Lowman from a soldier in Stuart's Engineer Regiment at Camp Lesley, September 27, 1861.LetterA0203
Letter from Amaziah Loomis Jr. to friend. May 8, 1845LetterA0204
Letter from William Lowman to wife. March 29th, 1848.LetterA0205
Letter from William Lowman to wife. May 12, 1848.LetterA0205
Mary Ann Lowman's letter to husband William Lowman. May 20th, 1848.LetterA0206
Letter from William Lowman to his wife, April 28, 1848, Port Deposit. His delay in leaving for home, not for 4-5 weeks; anxious to be with her and settled in their home in Chemung.LetterA209
Letter from the State of New York, Lieutenant Governors Room, Albany, Joseph T. McNally, Secretary, to Mr. Edward Lowman. Informing Mr. Lowman of his appointment to the Newtown Battlefield Monument Dedication Committee by Lieutenant Governor Conway, as Acting Governor.LetterA210
Letter from the State of New York, Lieutenant Governors Room, Albany, Joseph T. McNally, Secretary, to Mr. Edward Lowman. Informing Mr. Lowman of his appointment to the Newtown Battlefield Monument Dedication Committee by Lieutenant Governor Conway, as Acting Governor.LetterA211
Letter dated August 15, 1983 from attorney Philip Hunter to Mrs. Fanny Schwab, of Chalottesville, VA. pertaining to five trusts under her's will and the proposed sale of the Elmira Floral Products, Inc.. Plus her adoption of two girls. LetterA302
A Massachusetts petition for adoption of Eleanor L. and Louise B. Gifford by Fanny L. Gifford in 1929. DocumentA303
Contains information on the transfer of shares of Elmira Floral Products to Marshall Lowman. Letter on Elmira Floral Products letterhead.LetterA304
Chemung Canal Trust CO. envelope containing transactions of the Trust of Kate Smith Lowman from 11/01/85 to 01/31/1985 plus the transactions of the Seymour Lowman Trust.EnvelopeA305
An October 3, 1983 letter from Raymond M. Lowman, President of the Elmira Floral Products to shareholders offering to buy their shares. It also gives the status of the company and plans for the future.LetterA306
Letterhead of Chemung Canal Trust Co., dated October 5, 1983, from John W. Bennett to Mr. A. Marshall Lowman RE: Trust U/Will of Seymour Lowman and the Elmira Floral Products' stock.LetterA307
On letterhead of the Chemung Canal Trust Co. a letter dated Februay 1. 1984 from John W. Bennett to A. Marshall Lowman regarding the Seymnour Lowman Trust. Included were the transactions of the trust from 08/01/83-10/31/83. LetterA308
Dedember 31, 1982 Stock Valuation of the Elmira Floral Products, Inc. May 1983 by Arthur D. Little, Inc.BookA309
This envelope from Sayles, Evans, Brayton, Palmer, & Tifft had contained Seymour Lowman Trust papers; 1983 court proceedings.EnvelopeA31
A general letter: To Persons Interested in the Trusts Under the will of Seymour Lowman dated August 15, 1983. Unsigned.LetterA310
A collection of letters dated September 26, 1983 from the law firm of Sayles, Evans, Brayton, Palmer & Tifft, regarding Surrogate's court finalizing the proceedings that commenced in August. Copy of letters and court document sent to A. Marshall Lowman: Katerine S. Andros, Gretia S. Andrews, Fanny Schwab, John W. Bennett. LetterA311
A collection of letters dated September 26, 1983 from the law firm of Sayles, Evans, Brayton, Palmer & Tifft, regarding Surrogate's court finalizing the proceedings that commenced in August. Copy of letters and court document sent to A. Marshall Lowman: Katerine S. Andros, Gretia S. Andrews, Fanny Schwab, John W. Bennett. LetterA311
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