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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 TitleCL 115 Moses Goldstein PapersCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByAdrian O’Hare
Provenance:

The items in this collection were donated to the Booth Library by Rachel Hample in 2003.

Terms:

Panama Canal (Panama)

Historical:

Moses Max Goldstein - Moses Goldstein of Elmira, N.Y. was the son of a local businessman and clothier.  In 1907, he took a job as a police officer for the Isthmian Canal Commission in Panama.  In late 1909, he traveled to Brazil before returning to Elmira.  He died in January of 1910 from malaria contracted during his travels. 

Scope:

This collection contains correspondence, postcards and ephemera dating from 1907 to 1910 and relating to Moses Goldstein’s travels in South America. 

Notes:Shares a box with CL 114 and CL 118.
Extent.25 linear feet
Date Span1907-1910
AbstractThis collection contains the correspondence of Moses Goldstein during his travels in South America.


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TitleDocumentBox NumberFolder NumberLocation
Letter from the Distrtict Attorney recommending Moses Goldstein, April 15, 1907.Letter010101
A letter of appointment to M.M. Goldstein from The Isthmian Canal Commission, June 7, 1907.Letter010102
A letter of employment to M.M. Goldstein from The Isthmian Canal Commission, June 7 , 1907.Letter010103
A Identifcation Certificate for M.M. Goldstien from the Isthmian Canal Commission, September 23, 1907.Document010104
A postcard showing a black man in a top hat with cigar, for Miss C. Goldstein, April 1, 1908.Postcard010201
A postcard showing a black man with an umbrella. for Miss C. Goldstein.Postcard010202
A postcard showing three black men near rainroad tracks with various debris, for Miss C. Goldstein, March 23. 1908.Postcard010203
A Postcard showing a boat called the Zephyr full of people, for Miss C. Goldstein, March 23 1908.Postcard010204
A postcard showing the Sand Pump Bocas, for Miss C. Goldstein, March 23, 1908.Postcard010205
A postcard showing a large white church with the congregation leaving the church, for Miss C. Goldstein, March 23, 1908Postcard010206
A postcard showing a street with rundown buildings and a soldier on the far right, for Miss C. Goldstein, May 20, 1908.Postcard010207
A Postcard showing the Head Offices of the Isthian Canal of Cristobal, Canal Zone, for Miss C. Goldstein, May 20, 1908.Postcard010208
A postcard showing a rainroad station at POrt Limon, C.R. , for Miss C. Goldstein.Postcard010209
A postcard showing an Insane Asylum in San Jose, C.R. , for Miss C. Goldstein.Postcard010210
A postcard showing various stamps and an crest, for Miss C. Goldstein, 1908.Postcard010211
A postcard showing a neighborhood from Sand Fly Bay Bocas, for Miss C. Goldstein, April 1 1908.POstcard010212
A postcard showing Plaza de Toros in San Jose, for Miss C. Goldstein, April 1 1908.Postcard q010212
A postcard showing a crowd of people at Fot. Payter Bros, San Jose, for Miss C. Goldstein.Postcard010214
A postcard showing a statue to founders of the Panama Railroad and the house of the American Consulate, for Miss C. Goldstein. April 1 1908.Postcard010215
A postcard showing an illustration of Ramiro III, for Miss C. Goldstein, March 23 1908. Postcard010215
A postcard showing the Post Office in Philadelphia, PA, for Miss C. Goldstein, January 9 1908.Postcard010216
A novelty postcard for Mr. Moses Goldstein, January 6 1908. Postcard010301
A letter written to a friend from Moses Goldstein. Letter010302
A postcard showing a statue of Abraham Lincoln and three others as a statue, for Mr. H. Goldstein. Postcard010303
A letter to Moses Goldstein's parents adn sister from Moses Goldstein, April 22 1908. Letter010401
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