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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 05 Business and IndustryCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByCalvin Brewer
Date Completed:February 2007
Date Updated:December 2007
Extent3 linear feet
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Invoices and receipts from the following grocers and tea merchants: D.E. Ayers (1891-1897); A.H. Crise (1896); Harry Dickinson (1890s); G.S. Dickinson & Son (1883); Durland & Barton (1884-1887); Elmira Market Place (1940s); O.D. Goodrich & Co. (1884-1910); C.K. Hevener (1886); Delos L. Holden (1881).InvoicesG0101
Newspaper Circular - Acme Groceries for the week of May 5, 1991. CircularG0102
Booklet - Chemung County Develope Corporation presents the A & P Groundbreaking Ceremony, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., October 23, 1963.BookletG0103
Booklet - Welcome to Ann Page Horseheads Plant, a Division of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Inc., 1990s.BookletG0104
Booklet - A & P: Visit the World's Largest Kitchen, Ann Page Division of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., ca. 1990s. BookletG0105
Handbill - Pricelist for Cleveland & Post, grocers, November 12, 1894.HandbillG0106
Blotter - Friend, Metzger & Co., grocers, 1932. BlotterG0107
Sewing patern compliments of Loblaws Supermarket, 1972. PatternG0108
Invoices and receipts from the following grocers: S.X. Metzger & Son (1884-1892); D.O. Rice & Son (1890); H.H. Sayles & Co. (1881-1884); Charles H. Smith (1890s); D.L. Thompson (1890s); Welch & Burns (1912); C.F. Wheadon (1883); A.C. Whitney & Co. (1898); L.H. Wilbur (1915). InvoicesG0201
Pad of blank bill forms from J.N. O'Hare, grocers, 1920s. FormG0202
Handbill - O'Hare Cash Grocery Market, 1017 Pennsylvania Ave., ca. 1920s.HandbillG0203
Letterhead - J.N O'Hare, grocer, ca. 1920s.LetterheadG0204
Handbill - C.C. White, Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Millport, NY, ca. 1880s. HandbillG0205
Invoices from the following grocers and tea merchants: Lormore & Tompkins (1882); C.M. & R. Tompkins (1887-1888); Bundy, Tompkins & Fassett (1889). InvoicesG0301
Ledger - Mrs. Henry Gardner in account with M.B. Thompson, grocer, 1902-1905. LedgerG0401
Acme Market fequent buyer coupons, ca. 1980s. CouponG0403
Sperry & Hutchinson green stamps, ca. 1960s.StampG0404
Invoices from the following dealers in fruit and produce: C.E. Barry (1890); Wheaton & Garnsey (1888). InvoicesG0501
Invoices - T.W. Cleveland, dealer in produce and oysters, 1884-1889. InvoicesG0601
Invoices & reciepts from J.S. Farren & Co., oyster dealers, 1870-1883.InvoicesG0701
Invoices and receipts from the following butchers, meat markets and fish & oyster dealers: Chemung Valley Beef Co. (1888); Gardner & McCann (1890s); Lobdell & O'Hare (1900s); Lutz Market (1939); McCann Meat Market (1903); Joe McCann West End Market (1909); E.B. Smith (1914); C.H. Sterling (1905).InvoicesG0801
Booklet - Meat for the Family: 147 Meat Recipes compliments of J.J. Lutz, dealer in prime meats, 1925. BookletG0802
Invoice - Rannie, Smith & Co., bakers, 1884. InvoiceG0901
Invoice - C. M. Rhoades, baker, Elmira Heights, ca. 1900. InvoiceG0902
Student ID label compliments of Spaulding Bakeries, Inc., ca. 1930s. (belonged to Theodore Plaisted)NoveltyG0903
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