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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.

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Collection TitleCWP Clark Wilcox’s FilesCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByMolly Winston
Date Completed:July 2007
Extent1 linear foot
Abstract

The Clark Wilcox Files are located in the County Historians office and is a collection of research used in publications and research requests.



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TitleDocumentBox NumberFolder NumberLocation
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains a list of the names in the papers, correspondence to and from Clark Wilcox from Betty Eshenbaugh, Dr. S. George Ellsworth, and Mrs. Mary Eddy.Correspondence0101
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains announcements from the Ancient Order of Flat Tires, as well as correspondence about the Abner Wright Memorial.Announcement0102
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains a list of Confederate soldiers buried in Elmira, as well as correspondence about the Elmira Prison Camp.List0103
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains handwritten correspondence between Clark Wilcox and W.R. Gordon.Correspondence0104
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence between Wilcox and Helen Davis about the Palmer family.Correspondence0105
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence between Wilcox and Albert B. Corey regarding questions Corey had about the town of Ashland and Wellsburg.Correspondence0106
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence between Wilcox and Mrs. Chauncey Hammond about the Greatsinger cemetery.Correspondence0107
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence from Wilcox answering inquiries sent in to him, including information on Mark Twain, Noah Disbrow, Milton Darrin, undertakers, and J. Bessie Hotchkiss.Correspondence0108
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence between Wilcox and others about cemeteries in Chemung County.Correspondence0109
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about a population study of Chemung County and Elmira.Correspondence0110
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about Miller's Pond.Correspondence0111
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about Elmira family genealogy, including information about George L. Davis, Harriet Wilcox, James McMillan, the Jones family, Charles E. Burgess, Alvin Maltby, Laura Ellen Armitage, Reverend P. D. Gillette, Mrs. Frances L. Powell, Daniel T. Durland, Hiriam Hurty, and others.Correspondence0112
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence to and from Wilcox about various death records and announcements in Chemung County.Correspondence0113
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence from 1961-1963, when Wilcox was 95 years old.Correspondence0114
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about the Elmira Prison Camp.Correspondence0115
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence as well as a transcript of a WENY Broadcast conversation with Wilcox and Edna Bartlett.Correspondence0116
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains a transcript of a WENY Broadcast conversation between Wilcox and Charlotte Runey.Broadcast0117
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about the Ketchum family and various Elmira family genealogies.Correspondence0118
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about individuals involved in the Civil War.Correspondence0119
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains rules, articles, and correspondence about historic markers in Chemung County.Correspondence0120
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about Mark Twain.Correspondence0121
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains a transcript of a WENY Broadcast conversation from 1957 of a conversation between Wilcox and Edna Bartlett.Broadcast0122
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains a transcript of a WENY Broadcast conversation from 1957 of a conversation between Wilcox and Edna Bartlett, as well as correspondence about individual histories in Elmira. Broadcast0123
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains correspondence about genealogies in Chemung County from 1948.Correspondence0124
This folder is part of the Clark Wilcox papers, and contains a transcript of a WENY Broadcast conversation from 1957 of a conversation between Wilcox and Edna Bartlett about local buildings.Broadcast0125
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