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


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Program - Miss Hobbs, directed by Jerome K. Jerome. Lyceum, February 15, 1900-1901 season. Booklet ProgramC0501
Program - The Viceroy, starring The Bostonians, February 27, 1900-1901 season. BookletProgramC0502
Program - David Harum, starring William H. Crane, produced by Charles Frohman, Lyceum March 15, 1900-1901 season. Booklet.Program C0503
Program - Hamlet, starring E.H. Sothern, managed by Daniel Frohman, Lyceum, May 8, 1900-1901 season. Booklet.ProgramC0504
Program - In the Palace of the King, presented by Viola Allen and her company, directed by William Seymour, Lyceum, May 10, 1900-1901 season. Booklet.ProgramC0505
Program - The Census Taker, presented by Charles Leyburne's Bon-Ton Stock Company,Lyceum, November 16, 1900-1901 season. Booklet.ProgramC0506
Program - Self and Lady, presented by Charles Frohman's Comedians, Lyceum, December 4, 1900-1901 season. Booklet.ProgramC0507
Program - Because She Loved Him So, presented by Charles Frohman, starring J.E. Dodson, Lyceum, January 29, 1900. Newspaper format.ProgramC0601
Program - The Mikado, presented by the McKnight Choir, Lyceum, May 15-17, 1901. Booklet.ProgramC0602
Program - Rose Maiden. Concert, presented by the Afternoon Vocal Society. Lyceum, June 3, 1901. Booklet.ProgramC0603
Program - Henry VIII, presented by Wagenthals and Kemper, starring Mme Modjeska and Louis James, Lyceum, October 8, 1901. Booklet.ProgramC0604
Program - Dolly Varden, presented by the Lulu Glaser Opera Company,Lyceum, October 30, 1901. Partial program, center page with cast listing is missing.ProgramC0605
Program - The Parish Priest,presented by and starring Daniel Sully, directed by Willis E. Boyer, Lyceum, January 1, 1902. Booklet.ProgramC0701
Program - The First Duchess of Marlborough, presented by Sarah Cowell LeMoyne and Company, directed by Frederick Paulding, Lyceum, February 5, 1902. Booklet.ProgramC0702
Program - Monte Christo, starring James O'Neill, supported by Liebler and Company, Lyceum, February 13, 1902. Booklet,ProgramC0703
Program - The Bachelor's Club, anniversary, presented by Big Minstrels, music directed by HI.Henry,Lyceum, April 8, 1902. Booklet.ProgramC0704
Program - Maid Marian, presented by The Bostonians, Barnabee and MacDonald,Prop.,directed by Klaw and Erlanger, Lyceum, April 17, 1902. Program is incomplete; inner pages with cast is missing. Booklet.ProgramC0705
Program - A Royal Rival, starring William Faversham, presented by Charles Frohman, Lyceum,April 21,1902. Booklet.ProgramC0706
Program - Fra Diavolo, presented by the Wilbur Opera Company, directed by Maud Daniel, Lyceum, April 28, 1902. Booklet.ProgramC0707
Program - Mascotte, presented by the Wilbur Opera Company, directed by Maud Daniel, Lyceum, April 29, 1902. Booklet.ProgramC0708
Program - King Dodo, presented by Henry W. Savage, Lyceum, October 14, 1902.ProgramC0709
Program - Concert, John Philip Sousa, Lyceum, November 25, 1902,Lyceum, November 25, 1902.ProgramC0710
Program - Pretty Peggy, starring Grace George, produced by William A. Brady, Lyceum, December 2, 1902.ProgramC0711
Program - A Romance of Coon Hollow, presented by Harry L. Webb and his Carner Stock Company with Cora Wilmont,Lyceum, January 10,1903. ProgramC0801
Program - A Modern Magdalen, presented by Amelia Bingham and her company, Lyceum, January 15, 1903.ProgramC0802
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