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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 33 Norman J. Thompson CollectionCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByKatie Button
Date Completed:May 2009
Scope:The Norman J. Thompson Collections contains diaries and notebooks from 1873 to 1917; correspondence from 1888 to 1940; assorted legal documents from the 1880s through the 1920s; Thompson family photographs, 1880s through the 1920s; as well as miscellaneous booklets, programs and pamphlets.
Extent1 linear foot
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Correspondence between N.J. Thompson and M. Thompson regarding the purchasing of stock in the Pine Bluff Water & Light Co. of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, July 19 to October 21, 1888. (4 letters)Correspondence010102
Letter to N.J. Thompson from M. Thompson concerning their business interests in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, September 14, 1891.Letter 010103
Letter to N.J. Thompson from his brother M. Thompson concerning their father's estate, December 16, 1892.Letter010104
Letter to N.J. Thomspon from his uncle John Thompson concerning his father's estate, December 18, 1892.Letter010105
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from Henri R. DuMars concerning family news and daily life, February 12, 1905. Letter 010106
Postcard to Jerome T. Thompson from Henri DuMars concerning school life, April 13, 1905. Postcard010107
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from Henri DuMars concerning school life, April 15, 1905.Letter010109
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from Henry R. DuMars concerning school life, May 7, 1905.Letter010110
Letter to Jerome T. Tompson from Henri R. DuMars concerning school life, May 11, 1905.Letter010111
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from Henry R. DuMars concerning school life, May 27, 1905. Letter010112
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from his mother with family news, December 1, 1905.Letter010113
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from Henri R. DuMars about daily life, May 12, 1906.Letter010114
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from sister Jane Thompson concerning daily life, September 21, 1907.Letter010115
Letter to Jerome Thompson from Henri DuMars concerning daily life, October 30, 1907.Letter010116
Letter to Jerome Thompson from Florence Foster concerning a football game, November 1, 1907.Letter010117
Letter to Jerome T. Tompson from Henri DuMar regarding Henri's vaudeville career, December 17, 1907. Letter010118
Letter to Jerome T. Tompson from Henri DuMar regarding Henri's vaudeville career, 1908.Letter010119
Letter to Jerome Thompson from Florence Foster concerning daily life, January 28, 1908.Letter010120
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from sister Jane Thompson concerning daily life, May 5, 1908.Letter010121
Letter to N.J. Thompson from McCarty & Payne concerning customer accounts, October 21, 1908.Letter010122
Invitation to Jerome Thompson to attend Mrs. Andrew Hull's party at Federation Hall on March 28, 1908.Invitation010123
Letter to Jerome Thompson from Henri DuMars concerning Henri's vaudeville career, June 21, 1910. Letter010124
Envelope to Mr. Jerone T. Thompson, Fruita, Colorado dated June 25, 1910.Envelope010125
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from Henri DuMars concerning a chance to meet in New York City, November 14, 1910.Letter010126
Letter to Jerome T. Thompson from Henri DuMars concerning Henri's vaudeville career, January 6, 1911. Letter010127
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