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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

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This folder contains the following blueprints of the First Baptist Church by Pierce & Dockstader, 1889-90: foundation plan; 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor plans; Church Street, Main Street, rear and east side elevations; soil pipe & dry wells plan.Blueprints06D-02F-01
This folder contains the following blueprints of the First Baptist Church by Pierce & Dockstader, 1889-90: framing plans of 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors; longitudinal and transverse sections; diagonal section of the auditorium; transverse section of the chaple; ceiling and roof plans; details of columns & I-beams. Blueprints06D-02F-02
This folder contains the following blueprints of the First Baptist Church by Pierce & Dockstader, 1889-90: details of terra cotta caps, exterior doors, grating; details of cut stone for exterior elevations; skylight elevation; pulpit platform. Blueprints06D-02F-03
This folder contains the following blueprints of the First Baptist Church done by Pierce & Bickford, 1892-94: Gallery & seating plan (4 versions).Blueprints06D-02F-04
This folder contains the following blueprints of the First Baptist Church by Pierce & Dockstader, 1889-90: Details and calculations of trusses. Blueprints06D-02F-04
This folder contains the following blueprints of the alterations & additions to First Baptist Church done by Haskell, Considine & Haskell, 1950-1: preliminary sketch for proposed alterations to the basement; basement, 1st, 2nd & 3rd floor plans; details of assembly room, entrances & foundation; framing plan; wiring plan. Blueprints06D-02F-05
Blueprints - Suggested alterations to the First Baptist Church School by Daniel D. Merrill, 1948. Blueprints06D-02F-05
This folder contains the following blueprints for the alterations & additions to the First Baptist Church, 1951-1954: American Bridge Co.'s working copy of Haskell, Considine & Haskell original plan; Details of support beams by American Bridge Co.Blueprints06D-02F-06
This folder contains the following blueprints of the alterations & additions to First Baptist Church done by Haskell, Considine & Haskell, 1954: contractor's corrections to original plans for basement, 1st floor, framing and anchor bolt; clean dish cabinet.Blueprints06D-02F-07
This folder contains the following blueprints of the First Baptist Church: layout for all floors, ca. 1950s; plan of church school, 1956; building committee's suggested plan for 2nd floor, 1960; Preliminary plans for church school rooms by Considine & Haskell, 1960; alterations to the 1st floor by Considine & Haskell, 1961. Blueprints06D-02F-08
Architectural Drawing of the upper floor, Artistic Greetings, 409 William Street, December 1995. Architectural Drawing06D-03F-01
(7) Architectural drawings of Artistic Greetings Inc. offices at the Artistic Plaza Complex, 1996. Architectural Drawing06D-03F-01
This folder contains the following blueprints of alterations to Artistic Greetings, Inc., 409 Williams St., by Ronald Cassetti Associates: basement plans; floor slab & support posts; loading ramp details; ground floor plans; plumbing plans. Blueprints06D-03F-01
This folder contains the following architectural drawings of the Chemung County Jail by Seneca Engineering Co., 1906: details of steel lined rooms; details of cell gratings & toilets; details of ceiling duct work; details of sell floors; juvenile cells. Architectural Drawing06D-03F-02
(3) Proposed plans for Elmira 1-2-3 Theater by Liff, Justen & Chetlin architects, January 1976. Architectural Drawings06D-03F-03
Architectural drawings of the Clemens Center by van Dijk Pace Westlake architects including a site plan, first floor, balcony and mezzanine plans, 1996. Architectural Drawings06D-03F-03
Architectural Drawings from the following Elmira City parks: Rorick's Glen Dance Pavilion (1919); Improvements to the Eldridge Park bear pit (1934); Eldridge Park rollercoaster (1937); Concession stand for Brand Park (1949); Proposed wading pool for Diven Park (1950); Playground shelter (1950). Architectural Drawings06D-03F-04
Maps of the following area parks: Newtown Battlefield Park (1917) and Rorick's Glen Park (1930). Maps06D-03F-04
Architectural drawing of the framing plan & porch section of the Falck Residence, Strathmont Park, ca. 1930s. Architectural Drawing06D-03F-05
Architectural drawings of the Centertown Parking Garage, City of Elmira, by Hirsch & Cassetti, architects, featuring floor plans & details, 1967. Architectural Drawings06D-03F-05
Architectural Drawings of the Southport Shopping Center in Bulkhead by Carl W. Tanner, architect, featuring plan, elevations & details, 1949. Architectural Drawings06D-03F-05
This folder contains the following architectural drawings of the Pavilion at Arnot-Ogden Memorial Hospital by architects York & Sawyer, September 1925: plans for basement, roof and floors 1 through 4; northern, southern, eastern & western elevations; section and elevations for surgical wing. Architectural Drawings06D-03F-06
This folder contains the following Elmira City Engineers' maps of street improvements: opening of South Main St. from Pennsylvania Ave. to Franklin St., 1891; widening of Clinton St. from Grove St. to Railroad Ave., 1875; widening of Sly St. from Maple Ave. to Pennsylvania Ave., 1889; extension of Gardiner Ave. from South Elm to Chemung River, 1895; opening of Caldwell Ave. from Maple to Riverside School, 1897. Map06D-04F-01
This folder contains the following Elmira City Engineers' maps of street improvements: opening of Jay St. from Sullivan St. to railroad, 1895; extension of Benjamin St. across the railroad, 1880s; opening of Riverside Ave. from Caldwell Ave. to Homer St., 1897; extension of Baldwin St. from Junction Canal to Division St., ca. 1880s; widening of College Ave. from Roe Ave. to Reformatory St., 1893. Maps06D-04F-01
This folder contains the following Elmira City Engineers' maps & technical drawings of the following: High St. pavement from Water to Church (1916); John St. pavement from Madison to the Railroad (1916); Gray St. pavement from Baldwin to Main Sts. (1917); E. Market St. pavement from High to Sullivan Sts. (1924); E. Market St. pavement from Madison Ave. to High St. (1913); Main St. pavement from Water to Church (1922). Maps06D-04F-02
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