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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.

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Collection TitleMC 27 AgricultureCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByKimberly Richards
Date Completed:Summer 2005
Extent.5 linear feet


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Booklet - J.G. Burritt, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer of Agricultural Implements, Price List of 1872. BookletA0101
Booklet - Farm Hazards: Stop Carelessness, Prevent Accidents compliments of International Harvester Company, 1928. BookletA0102
Invoices from Adirance, Platt & Co., harvesting machinery manufacturer, 1894-1898. InvoiceA0103
Letter and envelopes from Grant & DeWaters, dealers in agricultural implements, 1897. LetterA0104
Letter from Elmira Storage & Transfers, dealers in agricultural implements, 1904. LetterA0105
Booklet - Hllside Stock Farms of Elmira Annual Catalog, ca. 1890s. BookletA0201
Booklet - Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of East Hill Poultry Farm of Elmira, 1895. BookletA0202
Trade Card - Teamwork Farm & Gardens, Rte. 352, West Elmira, ca. 1980s.Trade CardA0203
Handbill - Stoneyridge Orchard & Winery, Erin, NY, 2013.HandbillA0204
Booklet - Ash Grove Community Farm, Corning, 1995. BookletA0204
Booklet - Bottcher Gardens: A Family Farm 1867-1994 by Elizabeth J. Bottcher, 1995. BookletA0301
Booklet - Smithome Farms: Established 1866 Big Flats, N.Y., by W.T. Smith II, 1992. Includes farm history, accounts of the flood and biographies of Andy Fitzsimmons, William Norwood and Elizabeth Cruxton.BookletA0302
Booklet - Special Classified Farm Register of all Farms of Chemung County New York, 1938. List farm families, locations and type.BookletA04
Booklet - Dracons Visit Earth to Study Food and the Land!, compliments of New York Agriculture in the Classroom, New York Farm Bureau, 1984. BookletA0501
Booklet - The Story of Land Its Use and Misuse Through the Centuries compliments of New York Agriculture in the Classroom, New York Farm Bureau, 1985. BookletA0502
Booklet - New York's Big Apple compliments of New York Agriculture in the Classroom, New York Farm Bureau, 1987. BookletA0503
Booklet - New York Is Growing compliments of New York Agriculture in the Classroom, New York Farm Bureau, 1987. BookletA0504
Booklet - The Farm Bureau of New York, 1994. BookletA0505
Booklet - New York Agriculture in the Classroom, New York Farm Bureau, ca. 1990s. BookletA0506
Magazine - The Chemung County Farm Bureau News, May 1946. MagazineA0601
Magazine - The York State Farm News, Chemung-Schuyler County Edition, April 1947. MagazineA0602
Magazine - The Chemung County Farm and Home Bureau and 4-H Club News, March 1948. MagazineA0603
Magazine - Chemung County Farm & Home News, July 1959.MagazineA0604
Sign - Chemung County Farm Bureau member: 1945, 1948, 1950. SignA0605
Newsletter - Chemung County Soil and Water Conservation District: July 1972 (Agnes Flood of 1972 edition); Fall 1975; Winter 1977; Winter 1979; Spring 1982; Spring 1983 ; Spring 1984; April 1986; Spring 1991; Winter 1992; Fall 1993-1994, Winter 1993-1994, Winter 1995, Winter 1996, Winter 1998; Winter 2001, and Winter 2002.NewsletterA0610
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