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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.

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 TitleMC 17 Theater CollectionCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByLee Kiesling
Extent
AbstractInventory still in process.


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Program - Moths, presented by the Summer Stock Company, Lyceum, June 17 and June 18 (matinee), 1897; The King of Liars, presented by the Summer Stock Company, Lyceum, June 18, 1897.Program B0810
Program - Richelieu, starring Walker Whiteside, Lyceum, April 2, 1897;King of Liars, presented by the Summer Stock Company, Lyceum,June 17-18, 1897. Pasted both sides of paper.ProgramB0811
Program - 3834 Broadway, presented by the Summer Stock Company, Lyceum, June 24, 1897; The Banker's Daughter, presented by Payton's Big Comedy Company, Lyceum, August 6, 1897; Woman against Woman, presented by Payton's Big Comedy Company, Lyceum, August 4, 1887; An Unequal Match, presented by Payton's Big Comedy Company, Lyceum, August 6, 1897. Pasted back to back.ProgramB0812
Program - Alone in London, presented by Payton's Big Comedy Company, Lyceum, August 6, 1897; A Night with the Knickerbockers, (fragment), Lyceum, October 9, 1897; The Dazzler, Lyceum, September 1, 1897. Pasted on government manual page.ProgramB0812
Program - The Octoroon or, Life in Louisiana,presented by Payton's Big Comedy Company, Lyceum, August 3, 1897. Flyer.ProgramB0813
Program - A Hired Girl, written by Charles E. Blaney, Lyceum, August 31, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0814
Program - The Dazzler, J.P. Cosgrove, Proprietor, Lyceum. September 1, 1897. BookletProgramB0901
Program - My Friend from India, presented by Smyth and Rice's Comedians, directed by W.H. Post, Lyceum, September 6, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0902
Program - In Gay New York, presented by Klaw and Erlanger, directed by George W. Lederer, Lyceum, September 1897. Booklet. ProgramB0903
Program - McFadden's Row of Flats, staged by Glen MacDonough, Lyceum, September 13, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0904
Program - The Wedding Day. featuring Lillian Russell, Della Fox, and Jeff DeAngelis, directed by Frank Murray, Lyceum, September 14, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0905
Program - Vaudeville, presented by Hopkin's Tran-Oceanic Star Specialty Com'y, managed and owned by Robert Fulgora, Lyceum,September 20, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0906
Program - Old Innocence, starring Tim Murphy, Lyceum, September 23, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0907
Program - Faust, presented by Morrison, managed by Edw. J. Abram, Lyceum, September 24, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0908
Program - A Baggage Check, starring Clyde Stanley, directed by Burton Stanley, Lyceum, September 27, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0909
Program - The Strange Adventures of Miss Brown, starring Will S. Rising, Lyceum, September 29, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB0910
Program - The Gladiator, starring Robert Downing, directed by W.A. McConnell, Lyceum, September 30, 1897. BookletProgramB0911
Program - Madame Sans Gene (Madame Don't Care),managed by Isaac Newton, Lyceum, October 2, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB1001
Program - Sousa and His Band, Concert, conducted by John Philip Sousa, Lyceum, October 7, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB1002
Program - A Boy Wanted, presented by Chas. E. Blaney, presumably Lyceum,October 12, 1897. Pasted on backing.ProgramB1003
Program - The Galley Slave; Inez, a Romance of Old Mexico; Becky Bliss The Circus Girl;The Judge's Wife, all featuring Edna and Cecil Spooner, Lyceum, week of October 18, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB1004
Program - A Night in New York, starring Nellie McHenry, Lyceum, October 25, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB1005
Program - Patent Applied For, starring Elmer E. Vance, Lyceum, October 28, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB1006
Program - Mr. Beane From Boston, featuring the Gormans, written by James Gorman, Lyceum, October 29, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB1007
Program - A Romance of Coon Hollow, Lyceum, October 30, 1897. Booklet.ProgramB1008
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