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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

Collection TitleCL 05 Mabel Wood CollectionCreatorBooth Library
Processed BySue Rogan
Date Completed:June 2009
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Top half of blank invoice from Bennett & Leverich, Inc., Flour, Feed, Hay, Straw, and Seeds, Farm Machinery and Repairs, 455 East Clinton, Elmira, 1930-1939.Invoice021302
Unused envelope, Bennett & Leverich, Inc., Farm Implements & Feeds, 455 East Clinton, Elmira, 1930-1939.Envelope021303
Receipt from T.J. Bardeen, "The Driller", dealer in windmills and pumps, made out to Miller Leverich. 1930-1939.Receipt021304
St Patrick's Day greeting card addressed to Miss Clara Leverich and Mrs Lucy Nichols, 11 Cobbles Park W., Elmira, from Mrs Francis F. Britenbaker, Kronus Road, R>D> 1, Erin, NY. March 17, 1979. envelope and card. a,b.Card, Greeting021305
Receipt from G.A. Gridley & Son, Hardware, 126 West Water St. made out to E. Miller Leverich, Maple Ave. December 27, 1902Receipt021306
Document about the purchase of fuel from C. A. Petrie by Mrs Ida Leverich. Information required by the U.S. Fuel Administration. April 23, 1918.Document021307
Invitation addressed to Reverend Edgar Salmon and wife from Mistress Elizabeth Hollenbeck of Los Angeles, CA. The invitation is for Officers and Commissioners of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, USA, for a party at the Hollenbeck Home for the Aged. May 26, 1903.Invitation021401
Magazine produced by the US Department of Agriculture featuring article entitled Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Work, 1914-1924. Mrs Duff Williamson written on cover. December 1926 Magazine021501
Magazine entitled Cornell Junior Extension Bulletin, featuring First Lessons in Sewing. Mrs E.D. Williamson's name written on cover. December 1918.Magazine021502
Magazine entitled Cornell Junior Extension Bulletin featuring article on Kimono Garments for 4-H Club Girls, a manual. Esther Williamson written on cover. March 1927.Magazine021503
Magazine entitled Cornell Junior Extension Bulletin, featuring article entitled Clothing Project Programs. Mrs E. Duff Williamson written on the cover. March 1926.Magazine021504
Magazine entitled Cornell Junior Extension Bulletin, featuring article on Elementary Garment Making. Mrs Duff Williamson written on cover. December 1918Magazine021505
Magazine. Cornell Rural School Leaflet, issue for teachers, published by the College of Agriculture , Cornell. 1915.Magazine021506
Envelope addressed to Miss Ella Stryker, Elmira(a), with letter from her sister Amelia in Asbury, New Jersey (b). November 1, 1869.Envelope021601
Envelope addressed to Miss Ella Stryker, Elmira(a), with letter from her sister Amelia in Asbury, New Jersey (b). November 1, 1869.Envelope021601
Envelope addressed to Miss Ella Stryker, Elmira(a), with letter from her sister Amelia in Asbury, New Jersey (b). November 1, 1869.Envelope021601
Black envelope addressed to S. G. Stryker. 1869-1899.Envelope021602
Notice of Elmira Free Academy Reunion addressed to Miss Ella Stryker. May 24, 1871.Document021603
Manuscript, handwritten by Mabel Wood, the "story of Mr. Stanley and beginning of 4-H". 1913-1915.021701
Lake Forest College questionnaire on Rufus Stanley. April 20, 1903Papers, Personal021702
Copy of Elmira Telegraph article on eulogy for Rufus Stanley delivered by Jervis Langdon. July 12, 1926.Papers, Personal021703
Two page typed letter from Mabel Cramer Wood on Stanley Memorial Association business. 1955-56. Personal Papers021704
Letter from William M. Cooper to Mable Cramer Wood about material on Rufus Stanley which will be added to Stanley file at the Historical Society. September 14, 1960Personal Papers021705
Letter to Glen C. MacMillan, County 4-H Club Agent, thanking him for material he provided on 4-H. The material will be placed in the Stanley file at the Historical Society. September 14, 1960.Personal Papers021706
Letter from the Park Church secretary to Herbert B Frisbie, Elmira, on the marriage of Rufus Stanley in 1892. August 5, 1985.Personal Papers021707
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