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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 - The Lost Paradise, presented by the Stanford & Western Players, The Mozart, 1910. Partial booklet.ProgramE0115
Program - The Charity Ball, presented by the Robyns and Dorner Players, The Mozart, 1910-1911. Partial booklet.ProgramE0115
Magazine - The Messenger, bound copies "representing the interests" of the Robyns & Dorner Players and The Stanford & Western Players, appearing at The Mozart and the Colonial Theatres 1910-1912.MagazineE0201
Magazine - The Messenger,February 20, 1911 "devoted to the interests" of the Stanford & Western Players, appearing in The House of a Thousand Candles, The Mozart, February 27, 1911.MagazineE0301
Program - In the Bishop's Carriage, presented by Robyns & Dorner, The Mozart, week of January 9, 1911. FlyerProgramE0302
Program - The House of a Thousand Candles, presented by the Stanford & Western Players, The Mozart, week of February 27, 1911. Booklet.ProgramE0303
Program - Brown's In Town, by Mark Swan,presented by The Stanford and Western Players, The Mozart, week of April 3, 1911. Booklet.ProgramE0304
Program - A Little Brother of the Rich, by Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford, presented by The Stanford & Western Players, week of December 25, 1911. Booklet.ProgramE0305
Magazine - The Messenger, "devoted to the interests" of the Stanford and Western Players, The Mozart, week of April 17, 1911. Single sheet foldedMagazineE0306
Program - Leah Kleschna,by C.M.S.McClellan,presented by the Stanford and Western Players, The Mozart, week of January 8, 1912. Booklet.ProgramE0307
Program - Alice of Old Vincennes, by Maurice Thompson, presented by the Stanford and Western Players, The Mozart, week of January 15, 1912. Booklet.ProgramE0308
Program - Vaudeville;Daylight Pictures; Lovette & Dog;Entertainers Hammond & Forester; Monday Afternoon, presented by Hawley & Olcott;Anderson & Goines, colored comedians; acrobats Falls & Falls;and Daylight Pictures, The Mozart, March 21-23, 1912. Booklet.ProgramE0309
Program - Vaudeville; Photoplay;xylophonist Murfayne;jugglers Fred & Annie Pelot;Wilkens & Wilkens,in Fun on The Bench; The Man From Denver, presented by the Junie McCree Players; and Photoplay, The Mozart, May 5-7, 1913. Booklet.ProgramE0310
Program - Vaudeville: Photoplay; The Mitchell Girls, singing comediennes; Von Dell, impersonator; comedians Mullen & Cogan; A Day at the Circus;and Photoplay, The Mozart, May 15-17,1913. Booklet.ProgramE0311
Program - Vaudeville: Photoplay; Van Cello, foot juggler; Mueller & Mueller, popular songs; From Coney Island to the North Pole in 20 Minutes, presented by Arthur Lavine & Company;and Photoplay, The Mozart, May 19-21, 1913. Booklet.ProgramE0312
Program - Vaudeville: Photoplay; Hall & Gilfoil, singers; The Traveling Salesman, featuring John King & Co.;Cupid's Mistake, starring Mildred Howell & Herbert Hodge; Broncho Four, comedians; and Photoplay, The Mozart, May 29-31, 1913. Booklet.ProgramE0313
Program - Vaudeville: Photoplay; Brooks & Lee,songs & chatter; McCormick & Wallace, ventriloquists; Billy Falls, entertainer;and The Musical Ellisons, The Mozart, June 12-14, 1913. Partial Booklet.ProgramE0314
Program - Vaudeville: Photoplay; Anita, violinist; Prince Floro; O'Rouke & Atkinson, singing;W.E. Whipple, ventriloquist; and a comedy, The Note in The Shirt and the Great Water Beetle, presented by Kinemacolor Company of America, The Mozart, September 11-13, 1913. Booklet. ProgramE0315
Program - The Flirt, presented by Jimmie Hodges, The Mozart, March 24-25, 1913 or 1924. Flyer.ProgramE0316
This folder contains programs for the following plays presented by the Mozart Players at the Mozart Theatre: Hawthorn of the U.S.A. (September 7, 1914); His Last Dollar (September 12, 1914); The Great Divide (October 5, 1914); Madame X (November 16, 1914); Over Night (November 30, 1914); The Family Cupboard (December 7, 1914); Dora Thorne (December 14, 1914); Shore Acres (December 21, 1914). ProgramE0401
Program - The Grain of Dust, presented by George H. VenDemark & The Mozart Players, The Mozart, week of February 1, 1915. Booklet.ProgramE0502
Program - The Gentleman from Mississippi, presented by George H. VenDemark & The Mozart Players,The Mozart, week of February 8, 1915. Booklet.ProgramE0503
Program - The Liars, presented by George H. VenDemark & The Mozart Players,The Mozart, week of February 15, 1915. Booklet.ProgramE0504
Program - The Only Son, presented by George H. VenDemark & The Mozart Players, The Mozart, week of February 22, 1915. Booklet.ProgramE0505
Program - Paid in Full, presented by George H. VenDemark & The Mozart Players, The Mozart, week of March 1, 1915. Booklet.ProgramE0506
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