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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.

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Collection TitleCL 80 Al Mallette PapersCreatorChemung County Historical Society
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Newspaper Clipping, Letters to the Editor. The overimportance of sports, from Raymond P. Case. Restaurnat (O'Briens) draws praise From W. James Noonan. The district up the road, from Judy Storch. Only one person's qualified to judge from Joan Van Galder.Newspaper Clipping060101
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace, Looking Back over twelve years by A Mallette.Newspaper Clipping060102
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette October 6, 1972. Questions Al Mallette is most frequently asked.Newspaper Clipping06 0103
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette October 21, 1973, "My Dad".Newspaper Clipping060104
Newspaper clipping, 1980, Meet Al Mallette Your Man in the Pressbox he has been giving Twin Tiers sports page readers that view for thirty three years.Newspaper Clipping060105
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1981. Phillip Moldenhauer has been appointed executive sports editor of the Star Gazette and Sunday Telegram.Newspaper Clipping060106
Newspaper clipping, By Wayne Boucher March 29, 1985. Goodbye Al and take care. This newspaper will never the same after four PM when Allen Mathew Mallette walks out of the news room after thirty eight years.Newspaper Clipping060107
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1963. Ernie Davis or Jim Brown ? Which was the better college football player.Newspaper Clipping060108
Newspaper clipping, By Sally Richards, Al Mallette septs down. The end of a thirth eight-year sports love affair. Newspaper Clipping060108
Newspaper clipping, Out standing Athletes from 1929 - 1982.Newspaper Clippings060201
Document, Al Mallette Message "While you were out". Varsity letters for Callahan Family. Document060202
Program, From Al Mallette, Elmira Area Inaugural Football Hall of Fame, October 23, 1965.Ptogram060203
Program, From Al Mallette, Elmira Area 1966 Basketball Hall of Fame.Program060204
Program, From Al Mallette, Elmira's Sports Hall of Fame August 23, 1979 inductees. By Elmira Kawanis Club.Program060205
Program, From Al Mallette, Elmira's Sports Hall of Fame August 28, 1980. By Elmira Kawanis Club.Program060206
Newspaper clipping, Door closes on Elmira Hall of Fame, August 14, 1990, by John Kelleher.Newspaper Clipping060206
Letter, To Mayor James Hare September 16, 1991 From Al Mallette. Thanking him that Elmira's softball showcase remain Eldridge Stadium.Letter060207
Letter, To Al Mallette, from Sister Mary Beatrice, June 6, 1994. Pertinent Information and Coaches, Records, Outstanding Players.Letter060208
Program, From Al Mallette. Elmira Free Academy Sports Hall of Fame January 14, 1994. Program060209
Newspaper clipping, Flashback By Al Mallette, Pete Corozza remembers those glory days in 1963.Newspaper Clipping060301
ewspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Rip Collins Remembers Great Days in Baseball. Bossing the Albany Senators in 1944 he was named the Sporting News Player, Manager of the year.Newspaper Clipping060302
Newspaper clipping, by Al Mallette. Alfred (Al) Todd left the Eclipse Machine Division semi-pro baseball team in 1928 to fashion a 26-year professional baseball career, died at St. Joseph's Hospital he was 81.Newspaper Clipping060303
Newspaper clipping, By Ted Thompson March 11, 1974. Boxing Greats Halaiko, Sykes Honored by 250. Art Sykes and Steve Halaiko, charter inductees into the Elmira Sports Hall Boxing Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping060401
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette October 26, 1980. Elmira's Sykes recalls a memorable ring defeat with Joe Louis October 24, 1934.Newspaper Clipping060402
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Larry Holmes with Howard Cosell talking about his bout with Leon Spinks.Newspaper Clipping060403
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