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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 03 Georgianna Palmer Estate PapersCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByRebecca Rudnicki
Date Completed:September 2007
Terms:Include but not limited to: Palmer, Georgianna; Palmer, Anna Campbell; Palmer, Mrs. George Archibald; Force, Albert; Palmer, Sally; Langdon, Ida; Langdon, Jervis; Stuart, Anna M.
Scope:Boxes 1 and 4 contain writings, correspondence relating to Georgianna Palmer and her mother Anna Campbell Palmer (Mrs. George Archibald Palmer), Boxes 2 and 3 are photographs.
Extent1.5 linear feet
Date Span1863-1966
AbstractThe Georgianna Palmer collection contains letters of members of the Palmer Family, Published material, and family photographs.

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TitleDocumentBox NumberFolder NumberLocation
Georgianna's sister, Sally Palmer Waterbury. print, photographic03
Georgianna at one year of age. print, photographic03
Picture of many people on a lawn in front of a house. Many are holding golf clubs and the back says Mr. Thompson. print, photographic03
Georgianna Palmer, adult in her twenties or early thirties. print, photographic03
Same as number 0165 but set in a cardboard frame. Georgianna Palmer, late 20's at a geuss. print, photographic03
Georgianna Palmer, around five years of age. print, photographic03
Photo of a gentleman signed "To my Valentine" and dated February 14, 1905. Believed to be sent to Georgianna. Compared to 0169, appears to be an older George Archibald Palmer. print, photographic03
Sally Palmer in a play at the Park Church in Elmira. print, photographic03
Mrs. Marth D. Robertson taken on her 90th birthday on November 12, 1909. She was the daughter of Mary Darrin and Eber Palmer. She died in January of 1910. print, photographic03
group of men in bathing costumes. print, photographic03
steamer on the horizonprint, photographic03
two pony cart on a street. print, photographic03
photo of a manprint, photographic03
picture of a home. print, photographic03
large, stuffed velvet chair inhabited by a dog and a cat named Tiger and Jack. print, photographic03
picture of a dogprint, photographic03
Probably negative of photo of Sally Palmer Waterbury in her wedding dress. print, photographic03
Baby picture of Palmer. Part of a group of three pictures. print, photographic03
Anna Campbell Palmer: Mrs. George Archibald Palmer, mother of Georgianna and Sally. print, photographic03
Sally Palmer in 1890print, photographic03
Possibly Anna C. Palmer on the right. Perhaps sisters. print, photographic03
Between hedgerows in Devonshire, England. Christine and Georgianna Palmer. print, photographic03
Sally Palmer Waterbury as a mature woman. print, photographic03
Three pictures pasted on a piece of cardboard. Georgianna Palmer's nephews; Arthur Waterbury, Palmer Waterbury with J. Langdon.. On the back are two pics; one is Palmer as a baby and the other is Palmer at about 12-18mos. All three pictures have the same accession number. print, photographic03
Georgianna Palmer at three years and nine months. print, photographic03
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