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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 Ghost Train, week of December 17, 1928;The Alarm Clock, week of December 24, 1928; Abie's Irish Rose, week of December 10, 1928; and Lilac Time, week of November 26, 1928, all presented by the Majestic Players, directed by Harry Horne, The Majestic Theatre, November-December 1928. Four booklets glued together.ProgramG0603
Program - Under Southern Skies, presented by The Stanford & Western Players, The Colonial Theatre, week of February 25, 1912. Partial Booklet.ProgramG0701
Program - The Chorus Lady,by James Forbes, presented by the Stanford and Western Players, The Colonial Theatre, week of March 4, 1912. Booklet.ProgramG0702
Program - The Aviator, by James Montgomery, presented by the Stanford & Western Players, The Colonial Theatre, week of March 18, 1912. Booklet.ProgramG0703
Program - The Third Degree, by Charles Klein, presented by the Stanford and Western Players, The Colonial Theatre, week of April 8, 1912. Booklet.ProgramG0704
Program - Whimsical Winnie, music by Florence King Beresford,lyrics by Horace Gregory, presented by The Lions Club, their first annual benefit, The Colonial Theatre, December 22-24, 1932. Booklet. ProgramG0705
Program - You Can't Take It With You, presented by Sam H. Harris, The Colonial Theatre, October 12, 1932. Single sheet, folded.ProgramG0706
Program - The Junior League Follies, presented by The Junior League of Elmira, Inc.,directed by Harry Walters, The Colonial Theatre, November 26-27, 1935. Multi-page booklet.ProgramG0707
Handbill - Hymns, from the Park Church Hymnal, Sunday Evening Services, The Colonial Theatre, 1912-1922. Single sheet, folded.HandbillG0708
Program - Officer 666, presented by Cohan and Harris, The Colonial Theatre, November 13, 1912-22. Multi-page booklet.ProgramG0709
Program - The Spring Maid, produced by Werba & Luescher, The Colonial Theatre, November 30, 1912. Multi-page booklet.ProgramG0710
Program - The Merry Widow, presented by Henry Savage, The Colonial Theatre,December 4, 1912. Multi-page booklet.ProgramG0711
Program - Room Service, presented by George Abbott, The Colonial Theatre, December 15, 1909-1920. Single sheet.ProgramG0712
Program - Films, Billie Burke in Tangled Threads; Pauline Frederick in Audrey;Anna Nilsson in Who's Guilty; Ella Hall in the Love Girl, Blanche Sweet in The Sowers, Luke Comedy; and Pathe News, The Colonial and Regent Theatres, week of July 31, 1916. Booklet.ProgramG0713
Program - Piano Recital by Paderewski, part of the Tingle Concert Series, The Colonial Theatre, November 14, 1916. Advertising postcard inserted. Single sheet, folded.ProgramG0714
Program - Professor Cromwell's Evenings of Illustration,from Chickering Hall and Masonic Temple, NYC, Academy of Music, March 5-10, 1877. Folded Sheet.ProgramG0801
Program - Closing Concert, First Annual Musical Convention of Chemung County, directed by Professor L. O. Emerson, The Academy of Music, November 2, 1877. Insert.ProgramG0802
Program - Concert by Emma C. Thursby, Academy of Music, Elmira,December 17, 1877. Single folded sheet.ProgramG0803
Program - "Singing Skewl", featuring 60 boys and girls in Yankee costume and "Jedediah Ye Big Boy", Academy of Music, May 3, 1879. Single sheet.ProgramG0805
Program - Apollo Club Musical, featuring Otto Dossenbach, violinist, The Academy of Music,March 14, 1879. Single sheet.ProgramG0806
Flyer - Apollo Club Musical, featuring Otto Dosenbach, violinist, The Academy of Music, March 14, 1879.FlyerG0807
Program - Vocal and Instrumental Concert, starring Ettie Butler, soprano, Academy of Music, August 27, 1878. Single sheet.ProgramG0808
Flyer - Unknown, by John A. Stevens, Academy of Music, September 13,1878.FlyerG0809
Program - The Fifteenth Annual Masquerade of the Independent Three's Association, Academy of Music, November 24, 1881. Multi-page booklet.ProgramG0811
Program - The Fifteenth Annual Masquerade of the Independent Three's Association, Academy of Music, November 24, 1881. Multi-page booklet.ProgramG0811
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