Individual Manuscript Volumes


This collection consists of individual bound manuscript volumes that stand alone and are not part of a manuscript collection. They include diaries, autograph albums, account books, scrapbooks, sketchbooks, and records of various organizations. The call number for each volume begins with CX followed by a number; the number represents the order in which the volume was cataloged.

The following list of the volumes includes the location number, name of the individual or organization that created the volume if known, title of the volume, date, number of volumes, description, and subject headings assigned to the volume. To locate a particular item, please use the keyword search function in your browser (Ctrl+F or Cmd+F).


Location:CX 1
Name:Samson, William Holland
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:Check list of books printed in Rochester before 1860, with notes on early Rochester printers, editors, and publishers
Subject heading 1:Rochester, NY -- Bibliography
Subject heading 2:Publishers
Subject heading 3:Printers

Location:CX 2
Name:DePuy, Henry Farr
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:American Indian captivity: bibliographical notes. Negative photostat of original manuscript owned by the American Antiquarian Society
Subject heading 1:Indians of North America
Subject heading 2:DePuy, Henry Farr

Location:CX 3
Name:Harwood, Edward
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1781
Description:Catalogue of books from the library of Edward Harwood
Subject heading 1:Catalogues -- Library
Subject heading 2:Harwood, Edward

Location:CX 4
Name:Unknown
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1850-1880
Description:Autograph signatures of various Presidents, Cabinet members, Congressmen, and Supreme Court Justices
Subject heading 1:Autographs
Subject heading 2:Politicians

Location:CX 5
Name:Lemcke, Ernest G.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1935
Description:Includes mounted map, 3 mounted genealogies, tables
Subject heading 1:Great Britain -- History -- Anglo-Saxon period
Subject heading 2:Maps

Location:CX 6
Name:Bowles, William Lisle
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:Commonplace book kept by William Lisle Bowles (1762-1850), a British clergyman, poet and antiquary; published a 10-volume edition of the works of Alexander Pope
Subject heading 1:Commonplace Books
Subject heading 2:Bowles, William Lisle

Location:CX 7
Name:Colvin, Martha D
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1845-1849
Description:Autograph sentiments written by friends, several from Rochester's Clover Street Seminary including the founder Celestia Angenette Bloss.
Subject heading 1:Autographs
Subject heading 2:Clover Street Seminary

Location:CX 8
Name:Webb, William Watson
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1878-1893
Description:Personal account book of William Watson Webb (1850-1926) University of Rochester graduate (1871). An attorney, he was appointed to the position of Corporation Counsel of Rochester and from 1916 served as the associate judge of the NY Court of Claims
Subject heading 1:Account Books
Subject heading 2:Attorneys
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY

Location:CX 9
Name:Robinson, Otis Hall
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1857-1911
Description:Personal account book of Otis Hall Robinson (1835-1912), University of Rochester graduate (1861), professor of mathematics and librarian
Subject heading 1:Account Books
Subject heading 2:Robinson, Otis Hall
Subject heading 3:Librarians

Location:CX 10
Name:Unknown
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1918
Description:Collection of poems; calligraphy by a British civilian prisoner of war in Ruhleben Camp, near Spandau, Germany during World War I; includes water color drawings; quarter bound in rat skin
Subject heading 1:World War I
Subject heading 2:Calligraphy
Subject heading 3:Prisoners and Prisons
Subject heading 4:Pictoral Works

Location:CX 11
Name:Hopton, William P
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1824
Description:Catalogue of books from the library of William P. Hopton
Subject heading 1:Catalogs -- Library

Location:CX 12
Name:Fraser, Margaret
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1827-1853
Description:Record of financial transactions kept by Margaret Fraser of Livingston County, NY. Also includes brief diary entries and 2 pages of testimony given at an anti-Masonic trial.
Subject heading 1:Account Books
Subject heading 2:Diaries
Subject heading 3:Freemasonry

Location:CX 13
Name:Day, Edward Munson
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1845-1860
Description:Personal financial records of Edward Munson Day (d. 1861), a New York City, Victor, and Rochester merchant. Also includes an "Inventory of books, pictures, furniture, etc. etc." compiled in 1857.
Subject heading 1:Account Books

Location:CX 14
Name:Piozzi, Hester Lynch
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1820
Description:Manuscript written by Hester Lynch Piozzi (1741-1821), a British writer and friend of Samuel Johnson. Published in Autobiography, Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale), edited by A. Hayward. London, 1861.
Subject heading 1:Autobiographies
Subject heading 2:Piozzi, Hester Lynch

Location:CX 15
Name:Owen, Athelstan
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1693
Description:Poems written and signed by British poet Athelstan Owen many with revisions and deletions
Subject heading 1:Poetry
Subject heading 2:Owen, Athelstan

Location:CX 16
Name:Needham, John Turberville
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1780
Description:Autograph letter signed from Needham (1713-1781) to the secretary to the French Ambassador at Turin enclosing a printed letter from Edmund Burke to the citizens of Bristol and mss copy of Samuel Johnson's reply to Burke
Subject heading 1:Burke, Edmund
Subject heading 2:Johnson, Samuel
Subject heading 3:Needham, John Turberville

Location:CX 17
Name:Paulding, James Kirke
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1842
Description:Narrative of a trip down the Mississippi by Paulding (1778-1860) published in Graham's Magazine of Literature and Art, vol. XXII, (April, 1843), p. 215-224. Treated in Robert F. Metzdorf's dissertation Annotated Catalogue of the Charles A. Brown Collection
Subject heading 1:Prose Literature
Subject heading 2:Personal Narrative
Subject heading 3:Mississippi River
Subject heading 4:Poulding, James Kirke

Location:CX 18
Name:Pope, Alexander
# of Volumes:1
 
Description:Manuscript copy of the 1824 Brussels edition. Handwritten by an unknown calligrapher.
Subject heading 1:Calligraphy
Subject heading 2:Pope, Alexander

Location:CX 19
Name:Curtius, Georg
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1875
Description:Manuscript notes written by a student during a lecture course given by Georg Curtius (1820-1885) at the University of Leipzig in 1875
Subject heading 1:Homer
Subject heading 2:Iliad
Subject heading 3:Curtius, Georg
Subject heading 4:Education -- Germany

Location:CX 20
Name:Auburn, NY, Board of Trustees
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1825-1835
Description:Account book for the village of Auburn, NY. The name John H. Bacon, clerk, appears on the cover.
Subject heading 1:Account Books
Subject heading 2:Auburn, NY

Location:CX 21
Name:Payne, John Howard
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:Commonplace book with description of coin collection
Subject heading 1:Commonplace books
Subject heading 2:Coins
Subject heading 3:Payne, John Howard

Location:CX 22
Name:NY State Adjutant-General's Office
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1905
Description:Lists New York State soldiers by regiments who fought in the Civil War. Copy owned by Edwin T. Marsh (140th Infantry) and includes notes and clippings,
Subject heading 1:New York Infantry -- 140th Regiment
Subject heading 2:Civil War

Location:CX 23
Name:Hubbell, Jonathan S.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1857-186
Description:Town of Fort Edward, Washington County, NY tax assessment and military roll kept by Jonathan S. Hubbell (1804-1902)
Subject heading 1:Fort Edward, NY
Subject heading 2:Tax Assessment
Subject heading 3:Military Roll
Subject heading 4:Hubbell, Jonathan Smith

Location:CX 24
Name:Wilson, James Grant
# of Volumes:3
Dates:1902
Description:Extra-illustrated volume with letters, autograph signatures, documents of American presidents and statesmen. Indexed in mss catalog
Subject heading 1:Autographs
Subject heading 2:Pictoral Works
Subject heading 3:Wilson, James Grant

Location:CX 25
Name:Hutton, Laurence
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1891
Description:Extra-illustrated volume with letters, autograph signatures, and images of American actors of the 19th century. Indexed in mss catalog.
Subject heading 1:Autographs
Subject heading 2:Pictoral Works
Subject heading 3:Theater
Subject heading 4:Hutton, Lawrence

Location:CX 26
Name:Wright, Helen Stuyestant (Collier)
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1850s
Description:Autograph album of Wright, great-great granddaughter of Lewis Morris. Includes pasted in autographs of famous politicians, writers, etc. List laid in.
Subject heading 1:Autographs
Subject heading 2:Politicians

Location:CX 27
Name:Jeffrey, Agnes
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1827-1870
Description:Autograph sentiments written by Jeffrey's family and friends, mostly from Canandaigua, NY. Includes drawings, water colors, cut-outs, movables, and other artwork. For a detailed description, click here.
Subject heading 1:Autographs
Subject heading 2:Sentiment Albums
Subject heading 3:Pictoral Works
Subject heading 4:Canandaigua, NY
Subject heading 5:Jeffrey, Agnes

Location:CX 28
Name:French Manuscript on Optics
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1750
Description:18th-century French manuscript on optics
Subject heading 1:Optics

Location:CX 29
Name:Sickels, Eleanor M.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1969
Description:Typed account of the family of Frank Edward Sickels (UR class of 1880) and Annie Lawrence Sickels (a graduate of Ingham University, the first women's college in New York State) by their daughter Eleanor M. Sickels. The Sickels lived in Buffalo and East Aurora, NY, and North Yakima, Washington.
Subject heading 1:Sickels family

Location:CX 30
Name:Irving, Julia A. (Granger)
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1870-1884
Description:Record of social engagements, travels, visitors and visits; mentions Irving, Granger, Porter and Rochester families; 3-page account by W.L.P. of War of 1812 ; newspaper clippings and photographs laid in.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Canandaigua, NY
Subject heading 3:War of 1812

Location:CX 31
Name:Sons of Temperance
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1851-1853
Description:Manuscript minutes of temperance organization in Chittenango, NY
Subject heading 1:Chittenango, NY
Subject heading 2:Temperance Societies

Location:CX 32
Name:Harris, Abiathar Millard
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1821-1827
Description:Diary kept by itinerant printer during his travels from Rochester through other upstate NY communities, Canada and New England. Describes people he met, jobs he held, and his many adventures. With an article about the diary from July 21, 1940, Democrat & Chronicle.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Canada
Subject heading 3:New England
Subject heading 4:New York State
Subject heading 5:Travel
Subject heading 6:Printers

Location:CX 33
Name:Hutchinson, Mathias
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1819-1820
Description:Hutchinson's diary of a trip through New York and lower Ontario, Canada, with Edward Hicks, painter of "Peaceable Kingdom." Chronicles Friends meetings attended, places seen and people encountered. Published in 2 issues of Quaker History shelved with diary.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Quakers
Subject heading 3:New York State
Subject heading 4:Canada
Subject heading 5:Hicks, Edward
Subject heading 6:

Huthinson, Mathias

Location:CX 34
Name:Murray, Francis
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1884-1886
Description:Manuscript copies of poems and prose written by Francis Murray of Rochester, NY. Many describe local people, places and events. Also includes newspaper clippings of Murray's published poems.
Subject heading 1:Poetry
Subject heading 2:Prose Literature
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY
Subject heading 4:Murray, Francis

Location:CX 35
Name:State Agricultural and Industrial School Report
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1947?
Description:Typescript of a report written at the request of Clinton W. Areson, Superintendent of the State Agricultural and Industrial School in Industry, NY. Includes a discussion of juvenile delinquency and case studies.
Subject heading 1:Juvenile Delinquency
Subject heading 2:State Agricultural and Industrial School, Industry, NY

Location:CX 36
Name:Hutchison, Charles Force
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1930-1931
Description:List of expenses in building the home of Charles Force Hutchison at 930 East Avenue, Rochester, NY. Blue print of survey plot laid in. The house was owned by the University of Rochester and is now occupied by the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors.
Subject heading 1:Architecture, Residential
Subject heading 2:

University of Rochester

Subject heading 3:

Hutchison, Charles Force

Location:CX 37
Name:Steel, Richard
 
Dates:1876-1879
Description:Diary of a retired druggist in Auburn, NY. Steel was active in the Presbyterian Church and the diary recounts church activities, religious reflections, and incidents in his daily life.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Presbyterian Church
Subject heading 3:Auburn, NY

Location:CX 38
Name:Methodist Episcopal Society of Delta, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1842-1877
Description:Minutes of Methodist Episcopal church located in Delta, town of Lee, Oneida County, NY. Minutes mainly concern the election of officers. Back part of volume is an account book with records of pew rentals, 1843-1878.
Subject heading 1:Methodist Episcopal Church
Subject heading 2:Delta, NY

Location:CX 39
Name:Deerfield, NY, Town, Oneida County
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1841-1886
Description:Minutes of meetings of the school district
Subject heading 1:Deerfield, NY
Subject heading 2:School Districts

Location:CX 40
Name:Alexandria, NY, Town, Jefferson County
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1839-1898; 1911
Description:Minutes of meetings of School District No. 19
Subject heading 1:Alexandria, NY
Subject heading 2:School Districts

Location:CX 41
Name:Ellisburg, NY, Town, Jefferson County
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1840-1905
Description:Minutes of meetings of School District No. 22
Subject heading 1:Ellisburg, NY
Subject heading 2:School Districts

Location:CX 42
Name:Schuyler, NY, Herkimer County
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1842-1913
Description:Minutes of meetings of School District No. 1
Subject heading 1:Schuyler, NY
Subject heading 2:School Districts

Location:CX 43
Name:Account Book, 1846-1849
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1846-1849
Description:Account book of an unknown individual
Subject heading 1:Account Books

Location:CX 44
Name:Account Book, 1850s-1870s
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1850s-1870s
Description:Account book of an unknown individual
Subject heading 1:Account Books

Location:CX 45
Name:Choate, Alonzo
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1843-1856
Description:Inventories with values 1843, 1844, and 1847 of Alonzo Choate's dry goods store in South Warsaw, Wyoming County, NY, and auction records, 1856, of the store. Also includes Justice of the Peace cases, 1847-1856.
Subject heading 1:Inventories
Subject heading 2:Justice
Subject heading 3:Stores, Retail
Subject heading 4:South Warsaw, NY

Location:CX 46
Name:Household and Personal Account Book, 1860-1871
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1860-1871
Description:Household and personal accounts of an unknown person
Subject heading 1:Account Books
Subject heading 2:Household Accounts

Location:CX 47
Name:Webster and Case Hardware Store
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1911-1917
Description:Inventory of Webster and Case Hardware Store in Warsaw, NY. Includes fixtures, tools, etc. and list of equipment added in 1917.
Subject heading 1:Inventories
Subject heading 2:Hardware Stores

Location:CX 48
Name:Botsford, Ruth Haxton (Fancher)
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1840-1854
Description:Album of poetry and sentiments gathered by Ruth Haxton (Fancher) Botsford
Subject heading 1:Poetry
Subject heading 2:Sentiment albums

Location:CX 49
Name:Descent of Titles to the Lands Within the Village of Macedon, NY
# of Volumes:1 (unbound)
Dates:1922
Description:Photocopy of typescript of "Descent of titles to the lands within the village of Macedon, NY." Contains introductory material, index, maps and text.
Subject heading 1:Land Titles
Subject heading 2:Macedon, NY

Location:CX 50
Name:French Poetry, 1714-1720
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1714-1720
Description:Manuscript volume of poems by an unknown eighteenth-century French poet
Subject heading 1:Poetry, French

Location:CX 51
Name:Sims, J. Watson
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1892-1893
Description:Photographs taken by J. Watson Sims depicting the construction of the Court Street Bridge, Rochester, NY. Album was owned by one of the contractors, S. W. Hagaman.
Subject heading 1:Photographs
Subject heading 2:Court Street Bridge
Subject heading 3:Bridge Construction
Subject heading 4:Rochester, NY

Location:CX 52
Name:Risley, Hanson A.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1890
Description:Speech given by Hanson A. Risley in which he relates his memories of Lafayette, Henry Clay, John Quincy Adams, and other political and literary figures. Risley was the father of Olive Risley who was adopted by William Henry Seward.
Subject heading 1:Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de
Subject heading 2:Clay, Henry
Subject heading 3:Adams, John Quincy
Subject heading 4:Politicians

Location:CX 53
Name:Olliver, Marion
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1820
Description:Contains letters of Robert Southey and George Cruickshank; document signed by Sir Walter Scott; pencil sketch of Southey's home, Greta Hall; lines of poetry written in the hand of Southey's daughter, Edith, and her husband, John Wood Warter.
Subject heading 1:Sentiment Albums
Subject heading 2:Poetry
Subject heading 3:Southey, Robert
Subject heading 4:Cruickshank, George
Subject heading 5:Scott, Sir Walter
Subject heading 6:Warter, Edith May (Southey)

Location:CX 54
Name:Smith, John
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1807
Description:Survey of the Genesee River gorge bounded on the south by Fairfield and north by Braddocks Bay Township; includes map showing the boundaries of the lots surveyed and a complete survey of each lot. Made by order of James Wadsworth by John Smith.
Subject heading 1:Parma, NY
Subject heading 2:Genesee River
Subject heading 3:Surveyors
Subject heading 4:Wadsworth, James

Location: CX 55
Name:McCanne, Minnie Lee
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:Typescript of poems by Rochester, NY, poet Minnie Lee McCanne. See also CX 56.
Subject heading 1:Poetry
Subject heading 2:McCanne, Minnie Lee

Location: CX 56
Name:McCanne, Minnie Lee
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1933
Description:Poems transcribed by Minne Lee McCanne. See also CX 55.
Subject heading 2:McCanne, Minnie Lee
Subject heading 1:Poetry

Location:CX 57
Name:Phaedrus
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1817
Description:Manuscript in calligraphic hand of Le favole di fedro translated into Italian by Luigi Pompa
Subject heading 1:Fables
Subject heading 2:Latin -- Translations into Italian
Subject heading 3:Pompa, Luigi
Subject heading 4:Calligraphy

Location:CX 58
Name:Rhetoric
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1700s?
Description:Handwritten volume on rhetoric. Perhaps an original work or notes on Bernard Lamy's book La rhetorique ou l'art de parler, which was published in the late 1600s. Has bookplate of Monsieur A. G du Plessis.
Subject heading 1:Rhetoric
Subject heading 2:Oratory
Subject heading 3:Calligraphy

Location:CX 59
Name:Batavia, NY Co. No. 1
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1862-1867
Description:Minutes of monthly and special meetings; some notices of fires. Also includes several membership and officer lists, 1853-1871 and newspaper account of the Batavia Fire Department annul inspection.
Subject heading 1:

Fire Departments

Subject heading 2:

Batavia, NY

Location:CX 60
Name:O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1872
Description:Manuscript draft of poem published in Lays of France (Founded on the Lays of Marie) by Arthur W. E. O'Shaughnessy (London: Ellis & Green, 1872).
Subject heading 1:Poetry
Subject heading 2:Marie, de France, 12 century
Subject heading 3:O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar

Location:CX 61
Name:Meredith Tavern
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1893-1911
Description:Guest register for Meredith Tavern, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, Includes sketches of people, buildings, animals and landscapes; volume used as a diary, 1932-1938.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Hotels
Subject heading 3:Meredith Tavern
Subject heading 4:Niagara-on-the Lake, Ontario, Canada
Subject heading 5:Pictoral Works

Location:CX 62
Name:Starkey, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1851-1923
Description:Minutes of annual and special meetings of school district no. 2 in Starkey Township, Yates County, NY
Subject heading 1:Starkey, NY
Subject heading 2:School districts

Location:CX 63
Name:Green, Sylvina Maria Dewey
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1895-1898
Description:Scrapbook of newspaper clippings pertaining primarily to the women's rights movement compiled by Sylvina Maria Dewey Green of Byron, NY
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Women's Rights

Location:CX 64
Name:Provident Loan Society of Rochester , NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1912-1941
Description:Run of annual reports interleaved with photographs, printed and manuscript items related to the firm that was founded in 1912 to "loan money to wage earners on household furniture at a just rate of interest." Harper Sibley (and here) was the first president.
Subject heading 1:Loans, Personal
Subject heading 2:Provident Loan Society of Rochester, NY
Subject heading 3:Sibley, Harper

Location:CX 65
Name:Ogden (NY). School District No. 12.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1838-1921
Description:Minutes of annual and special meetings of the Ogden, NY (Town, Monroe County) School District No. 12. First two pages record minutes that set up the district, May 12, 1838. Began as district 15, changed to 12 between 1863 and 1866.
Subject heading 1:Ogden, NY
Subject heading 2:School districts

Location:CX 66
Name:Italy (NY). School District No. 2.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1908-1938
Description:Minutes of annual and special meetings of the Italy, NY (Town, Yates County) School District No. 2. Begins with the year 1908, the previous records having been burned. Miscellaneous printed and manuscript material laid in.
Subject heading 1:Italy, NY
Subject heading 2:School districts

Location:CX 67
Name:Woman's Christian Temperance Union
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1880-1890
Description:Includes constitution, membership list for 1880-81 and minutes of meetings. Founded under name Allegany County Woman's Temperance Union. Affiliated with the WCTU in 1882.
Subject heading 1:Allegany County
Subject heading 2:Temperance Societies
Subject heading 3:Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Location:CX 68
Name:Universalist Church, Busti, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1835-1852
Description:Includes the constitution adopted, minutes kept, and members who attended the organizing meeting on January, 17, 1835. Also debit and credit accounts, 1844-1852, of Thomas F. Halladay of Chautauqua County, and records of "logs drawn," 1845-46.
Subject heading 1:Busti, NY
Subject heading 2:Chautauqua County, NY
Subject heading 3:Lumbering
Subject heading 4:Universalist Church

Location:CX 69
Name:Jones, Ambrose
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1834-1879
Description:List of births attended by Dr. Ambrose Jones of Charlotte, NY. Includes baby's name, position at birth, weight, time of delivery, and hours of labor.
Subject heading 1:Obstetrics
Subject heading 2:Charlotte, NY
Subject heading 3:Jones, Dr. Ambrose

Location:CX 70
Name:Bowen, George A.
 
Dates:1886, 1889-1909
Description:Accounts of George A. Bowen and/or his family who lived in Albion, NY
Subject heading 1:Account Books
Subject heading 2:Albion, NY
Subject heading 3:Home Economics

Location:CX 71
Name:Curtis, George C.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1852-1884
Description:Records of marriages and funerals performed by George C. Curtis, a Presbyterian minister, in Adrian, MI, Elmira, NY, and Canandaigua, NY
Subject heading 1:Marriage Services
Subject heading 2:Funeral Services
Subject heading 3:Elmira, NY
Subject heading 4:Canandaigua, NY
Subject heading 5:Curtis, George C.

Location:CX 72
Name:Robson, Kendrah
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1810
Description:A Quaker, Kendrah Robson was born in Yorkshire, England, in 1803, and moved to Hartland, Niagara County, NY, where he farmed. Includes math workbook and diary (1838-1841) mentioning farm, business, social, anti-slavery, and religious activities.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Mathematics
Subject heading 3:Farm Life
Subject heading 4:Anti-Slavery
Subject heading 5:

Quakers

Subject heading 6:

Hartland, NY

Location:CX 73
Name:Osgood, Howard Lawrence
# of Volumes:1
 
Description:Contains typescripts and mounted newspaper clippings with manuscript annotations. Once owned by, and perhaps compiled by, Howard Lawrence Osgood.
Subject heading 1:Indians of North America
Subject heading 2:Osgood, Howard Lawrence

Location:CX 74
Name:Record of Boats and Cargoes
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1859-1861
Description:Chronological record of boats and their cargoes from various ports on Lake Ontario that may have been kept by someone in Sodus, NY, for some official purpose. Personal accounts and diary entries at back of volume.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Shipping
Subject heading 3:Lake Ontario
Subject heading 4:Sodus, NY

Location:CX 75
Name:Hays, David
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1878-1879
Description:Bound volume of letters David Hays wrote home while studying in Berlin, Germany and travelling in Europe. Also includes printed material relating to his year in Europe. Hays (1858-1900) graduated from University of Rochester in 1878.
Subject heading 1:Europe
Subject heading 2:Germany
Subject heading 3:Travel
Subject heading 4:Hays, David

Location:CX 76
Name:Clarke, Elizabeth
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1838-1846
Description:Sentiments written by friends of Elizabeth Clarke in Massachusetts and New York State.
Subject heading 1:Autographs
Subject heading 2:Sentiment Albums
Subject heading 3:Clarke, Elizabeth

Location:CX 77
Name:Dana, Francis
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1837
Description:Record kept by Francis Dana, Captain of the Watch Guard, Rochester, NY. Gives name, charge, disposition and sentence of about 135 cases, mostly for drunkenness, disorderly behavior and vagrancy. Other Watch Books at Rochester Public Library.
Subject heading 1:Police Department, Rochester, NY
Subject heading 2:Crime

Location:CX 78
Name:Pardee, Hiram
# of Volumes:3
Dates:ca 1847
Description:Volume 3 contains account of expenditures for a cobblestone house built about 1847; probably the Pardee-Daily house at 180 Pardee Road in Irondequoit, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Architecture -- domestic
Subject heading 3:Cobblestones
Subject heading 4:Irondequoit, NY -- history

Location:CX 79
Name:Gates, NY District School, no. 3
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1861-1862
 
Subject heading 1:Gates, NY (Town, Monroe County) -- schools
Subject heading 2:School districts -- Gates, NY

Location:CX 80
Name:Anderson, John
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1828-1849
Description:Account book kept by John Anderson a farmer in Pompey, Onondaga County, New York
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Pompey, NY

Location:CX 81
Name:Rochester Female Academy
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1835-1837; 1851
Description:Includes list of subscribers, specifications for building to be built on Fitzhugh Street, hiring of principle and teachers, curriculum, tuition; Trustees included Jonathan Child, J. K. Livingston, W. P. Stanton, M. Chapin, E. F. Smith
Subject heading 1:Rochester, NY -- schools
Subject heading 2:Education of women
Subject heading 3:Child, Jonathan

Location:CX 82
Name:Hunk, K. E.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1884-1889
Description:Commonplace book composed of botanical art & pressings; photographs of Mt. Washington, NH, Saybrook, CT, Guilford, CT, Branford, CT, Guildford, England; chromolithographs; newspaper clippings.
Subject heading 1:Commonplace books
Subject heading 2:Photographs -- 19th Century
Subject heading 3:United States -- description and travel, New England
Subject heading 4:Botanical specimens -- collection and preservation

Location:CX 83
Name:Hollister, Sarah Granger
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1881-1889
Description:Diary kept by Sarah Granger Hollister (1830-1894), wife of Emmet H. Hollister, a Rochester lumber dealer. Mentions travel, health, visitors, family events, dinners held with guest lists and menus.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY -- social life and customs

Location:CX 84
Name:Metcalf, Elvina
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1838-1839
Description:Journal kept while Metcalf was a student at Greene St. School in Providence, Mentioned throughout are Hiram Fuller, who founded and directed the school and Margaret Fuller who taught there until December 19, 1838.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Fuller, Hiram
Subject heading 3:Fuller, Margaret
Subject heading 4:Education of women

Location:CX 85
Name:Needlework Guild of America, Rochester Branch
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1928-1935
Description:Newspaper clippings, organization brochures and notes related to the Guild whose purpose was to collect and distribute garments to charitable organizations and private cases. Each member donated two new garments or equivalent money annually.
Subject heading 1:Charities -- New York State -- Rochester
Subject heading 2:Women charities

Location:CX 86
Name:Pollock, Channing
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1909
Description:Written on title-page by Pollock: "This is the original manuscripts of acts I and II, typed by me and with corrections in my hand-writing. Also of working scenario and schedule of proposed changes." Play was produced at Hackett Theatre, NYC, Aug. 31, 1909.
Subject heading 1:Drama -- American
Subject heading 2:Drama -- manuscripts

Location:CX 87
Name:Treman, Ann Murray Woodward
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1924-1925
Description:Volume kept by Ann Murray Woodward (later Mrs. Arthur Treman) while a student at Miss Nixon's School in Fiesole, Italy. Contains photographs, postcards, genealogical tables, sketches of coats of arms and text all related to Italian history.
Subject heading 1:Italy -- history
Subject heading 2:Education of women

Location:CX 88
Name:Hillyer, Robert Silliman
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1929
Description:Manuscript notebook of unpublished poems except for some passages that became Parts I and II of his poem "The Gates of the Compass" published in 1930. Correspondence regarding notebook is in Mss. Coll.
Subject heading 1:Poetry -- manuscripts

Location:CX 89
Name:Barker, Thomas
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1830-1840
Description:A leather folder of loose documents owned by Thomas Barker of Cattaraugus County, NY. Contains approximately 60 promissory notes, receipts and bills.
Subject heading 1:Cattaraugus County, NY

Location:CX 90
Name:Lovell, George William
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1835-1852
Description:Newspaper clippings from London newspapers of reviews of plays written by the British playwright and novelist George William Lovell (1804-1878).
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Theater -- England

Location:CX 91
Name:Lemon, Mark
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1824-1825
Description:Commonplace book of Mark Lemon (1809-1870), the founder of the British humor magazine, Punch. Contains a collection of poetry and prose, some copied, and some original poems by Lemon. Newspaper articles about Lemon pasted in back.
Subject heading 1:Commonplace books
Subject heading 2:Poetry -- England

Location:CX 92
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
 
Description:Manuscript of Spanish play written by D.T.F.Z.H. 38 leaves.
Subject heading 1:Drama -- Spanish

Location:CX 93
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
 
Description:Manuscript of French play. 102 pages.
Subject heading 1:Drama -- French

Location:CX 94
Name:Thorn, Albert
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca1900
Description:Manuscript notebook of contra-dance calls copied by Albert Thorn from Unique Dancing Call Book (Rochester, NY: Charles Link, 1893). 75 pages.
Subject heading 1:Dance

Location:CX 95
Name:Rebiere, G
# of Volumes:2
Dates:ca1889
Description:Extra-illustrated copy with letters, autographs, clippings and pamphlets bound in. Compiled by G. Rebiere or his family. List is laid in volume 1. Loose manuscripts in envelope at back of volume 2.
Subject heading 1:Extra-illustrated books
Subject heading 2:Autograph albums

Location:CX 96
Name:Ives, Nathan
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1862-63
Description:Lists the itinerary of the Kearsarge from its Portsmouth, NH, departure and while patrolling off the coast of Spain as part of the blockade of Confederate raiders. Photograph of Nathan Ives, who served as Landsman, laid in with information about the ship.
Subject heading 1:US Navy
Subject heading 2:USS Kearsarge
Subject heading 3:Civil War -- naval operations

Location:CX 97
Name:Preddy, Lewellyn, T.R.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:March 22-June 6, 1917
Description:Preddy enlisted in the 204th Battalion, 1st Brigade of the Canadian Expeditionary Force in April 1916; served in France and was killed in action on Sept. 30, 1918. Diary begins with his oversees departure and training in England before leaving for front
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:World War I -- personal narratives -- Canadian

Location:CX 98
Name: 
# of Volumes:5
Dates:1628-1634. 1628
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Germany. Includes coats-of-arms (some in color), printed material, engravings of people and places. Engraving of Wilibald Pirkheimer by Albrecht Durer in volume 4.
Subject heading 1:Germany genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Nuremberg (Germany) -- history

Location:CX 99
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1692-1780, 1692
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Venice, Italy. Includes drawings of coats-of-arms in pencil and pen (some in color). Different compilers created each volume (CX 99-CX 103).
Subject heading 1:Italy genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Venice (Italy) -- history

Location:CX 100
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1692-1780, 1692
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Venice, Italy. Includes drawings of coats-of-arms in pencil and pen (some in color). Different compilers created each volume (CX 99-CX 103).
Subject heading 1:Italy genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Venice (Italy) -- history

Location:CX 101
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1692-1780, 1692
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Venice, Italy. Includes drawings of coats-of-arms in pencil and pen (some in color). Different compilers created each volume (CX 99-CX 103).
Subject heading 1:Italy genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Venice (Italy) -- history

Location:CX 102
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1692-1780, 1692
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Venice, Italy. Includes drawings of coats-of-arms in pencil and pen (some in color). Different compilers created each volume (CX 99-CX 103).
Subject heading 1:Italy genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Venice (Italy) -- history

Location:CX 103
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1692-1780, 1692
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Venice, Italy. Includes drawings of coats-of-arms in pencil and pen (some in color). Different compilers created each volume (CX 99-CX 103).
Subject heading 1:Italy genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Venice (Italy) -- history

Location:CX 104
Name:Kimball, Cecilia Mitchell
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1901-1902
Description:Programs and notes on performances at the Lyceum Theater and Cook Opera House, Rochester, NY, and various New York City theaters. Scrapbook is commercially published volume specifically for theater records.
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Theater -- Rochester, NY

Location:CX 105
Name:Johnson, Ruth N.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1840
Description:Collection of occasional poems addressed to Ruth N. Johnson by friends and family from Genoa, Moravia, and Newark Valley, NY.
Subject heading 1:Sentiment albums
Subject heading 2:Moravia, NY

Location:CX 106
Name:Farrar, Caroline Weld
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1861-1862; 1869-1872
Description:Records three trips made by Farrar. The first (1861-62) and third (1870-1872) to Europe; the second (1869) from Chicago to San Francisco with a party that included the former Secretary of State, William Henry Seward.
Subject heading 1:Seward, William Henry
Subject heading 2:Europe -- description and travel

Location:CX 107
Name:Bemis, Mary E.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1831
Description:Manuscript notes of sermons delivered at St. John's Episcopal Church, Canandaigua, NY, by William Barlow and Henry Ustick Onderdonk, May 1-Sept. 4, 1831. Also household recipes for desserts and cleaning aids.
Subject heading 1:Sermons
Subject heading 2:Recipes
Subject heading 3:St. John's Episcopal Church, Canandaigua, NY

Location:CX 108
Name:Barnum, Helen Adelaide
# of Volumes:1
Dates:July-August, 1911
Description:Account kept by Helen Barnum while on a camping trip to Little Salmon Lake, Ontario, Canada, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Rand Barnum and others from Rochester, NY. Illustrated with photographs and paper ephemera.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Camping
Subject heading 3:Ontario, Canada

Location:CX 109
Name:Clark, Jehiel
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1859-1860
Description:Receipt book of Jeniel Clark and J.H. Church for sales of nursery stock. Printed name on forms "McKinster & Cumings, Proprietors of the Empire Nurseries, Rochester, NY" has been crossed out on each page.
Subject heading 1:Nurseries (horticulture)
Subject heading 2:McKinster & Cumings, Rochester, NY
Subject heading 3:Empire Nurseries, Rochester, NY

Location:CX 110
Name:Jensen, David E.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:Autobiography of David E. Jensen (1909-1983) discussing his ancestry, childhood in Yates County, student years at Cornell (1926-30), years as a graduate student at the University of Rochester and career at Ward's Natural Science Establishment in Rochester
Subject heading 1:Memoirs
Subject heading 2:Ward's Natural Science Establishment
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY University -- student life
Subject heading 4:Yates County, NY

Location:CX 111
Name:Stevens, James Stacy
# of Volumes:3
Dates:1881-1883
Description:Diaries kept by James Stacey Stevens (1864-1940) from Lima, NY, graduated from University of Rochester in 1885. He was later associated with the University of Maine. Diaries chronicle his college activities, farm work during the summer and cash accounts.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Lima, NY
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY, University -- student life

Location:CX 112
Name:Pool, Joseph H.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1849-1853
Description:Cash book of a merchant at the Cornhill and Frankfort markets, Rochester, NY. Includes itemized accounting of various goods, cash received, and cash on hand. Also marginal notes of activities and weather. Pool listed in city directory as a butcher.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Grocery trade -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Subject heading 3:Stores, retail -- New York (State) -- Rochester

Location:CX 113
Name:Smith, Joseph
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1839-1877
Description:Memoir of Smith (1833-1911) describing his experience of working in cotton mills, family move to western NY, observations on political campaigns, service in the Civil War (NY 112th Volunteers) and as carpenter in Livonia, NY. Includes obits and genealogy.
Subject heading 1:Memories
Subject heading 2:Civil War -- regimental histories -- NY Volunteers -- 112th
Subject heading 3:Labor and laboring classes -- US
Subject heading 4:Livonia, NY

Location:CX 114
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1868-1901
Description:Autographs of William Henry Seward and other Seward family members; also of Pomeroy family and other residents of Auburn, NY. Possibly kept by L. W. Bostwick, whose name is on first page.
Subject heading 1:Autograph albums
Subject heading 2:Seward, William Henry
Subject heading 3:Seward family, Auburn, NY
Subject heading 4:Auburn, NY

Location:CX 115
Name:Cockerell, Harriet Anne
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1825
Description:Contains paintings and drawings by Harriet Anne Cockerell and others, including a portrait of Cockerell, landscapes and buildings. Also, verses, perhaps written by Cockerell, who was probably British.
Subject heading 1:Sentiment albums
Subject heading 2:Art -- England

Location: CX 116
Name:Barnes, Lillie M.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1886-1901
Description:Contains autographs and sentiments written by family members and friends of Lillie M. Barnes of Middleport, NY. See also CX 126.
Subject heading 1:Autograph albums
Subject heading 2:Sentiment albums
Subject heading 3:Middleport, NY

Location:CX 117
Name:Gates, NY (Town, Monroe County) School District 6
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1914
Description:Printed form book filled out in manuscript. Includes name of taxable person, description of the real estate, value, and tax levied.
Subject heading 1:School districts -- Gates, NY
Subject heading 2:Gates, NY -- schools

Location:CX 118
Name:Phelps, NY (Town, Ontario County) School District
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1841-1883
Description:Minutes of annual and special meetings of school district 6, later 9, then 19. Topics discussed include election of officers, heating the school house, teachers, library, and other issues.
Subject heading 1:School districts -- Phelps, NY
Subject heading 2:Phelps, NY -- schools

Location:CX 119
Name:Gillis, James W.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1919
Description:Diary kept by Gillis (1884-1946) of Rochester while serving oversees in the army during World War I in Company E, 302nd Supply Train of the Quartermaster Corp. Diary records daily events, routines, and observations. Includes envelope with discharge.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:World War I

Location:CX 120
Name:Harris, Selah M.
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1901-1905; 1911-1915
Description:Two five-year "A Line a Day" diaries of Selah M. Harris of Joseph Harris Seeds, Moreton Farms, Rochester, NY. The diaries record his daily activities on the farm, business affairs, and weather.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Harris Seeds
Subject heading 3:Seed industry and trade

Location:CX 121
Name:Deming, William H.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1828-1847
Description:Account book kept by William H. Deming of Byron, Genesee County, NY. Entries are for wagon and sleigh repairs, farm labor, and farm produce. Loose printed and manuscript material from the volume in accompanying envelope.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Agriculture -- New York (state)
Subject heading 3:Byron, NY
Subject heading 4:Wagons

Location:CX 122
Name:Wells, Amos J.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1870-1871
Description:Transcription of journal kept by Amos J. Wells (1835-1885) of Wayne Co., NY. Includes short accounts of daily life, 2 trips to the Midwest in the winter and spring of 1870. Transcribed by his great-grandson, Reginald W. Neale.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:U.S. -- description and travel
Subject heading 3:Wayne County, NY

Location:CX 123
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1834-1852
Description:Accounts of unknown person and unknown place, perhaps in Niagara County, NY. Mainly for labor and farm products.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Agriculture -- New York (state)
Subject heading 3:Niagara County, NY

Location:CX 124
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1831-1862
Description:Accounts for labor and farm products. Perhaps kept by a member of a Dewey family in Niagara County, NY.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Agriculture -- New York (state)
Subject heading 3:Niagara County, NY

Location:CX 125
Name:Doyle, Richard
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1840
Description:Sketchbook of humorous pen and ink drawings by the British illustrator Richard Doyle (1824-1883).
Subject heading 1:Sketchbooks
Subject heading 2:Art -- England
Subject heading 3:Artists -- British
Subject heading 4:Caricatures and cartoons

Location: CX 126
Name:Barnes, Lillie M.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1879-1886
Description:Contains autographs and sentiments written by family members and friends of Lillie M. Barnes of Middleport, NY. See also CX 116.
Subject heading 1:Autograph albums
Subject heading 2:Sentiment albums
Subject heading 3:Middleport, NY

Location:CX 127
Name:Keople, Raymond Coon
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1900-1956
Description:Scrapbook kept by Keople (1882-1958), UR class of 1905. Includes photographs, letters, newspaper clippings and printed ephemera related to his career as director of attendance for the Rochester City School system (1924-53) and his leisure activities
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY -- schools

Location:CX 128
Name:Hopkins, Ira H.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1873-1874
Description:Diary kept by Hopkins, a farm laborer in the town of Throop, Cayuga County, NY. Records farming activities, trips to nearby communities, visiting friends, etc. Also farming and personal financial accounts.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Agriculture -- New York (state)
Subject heading 3:Throop, NY

Location:CX 129
Name:LeRoy, NY School District No. 16
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1829-1851
Description:Minutes of meetings of LeRoy, NY school district, #16
Subject heading 1:School districts -- LeRoy, NY (Town, Genesee County)
Subject heading 2:LeRoy, NY -- schools

Location:CX 130
Name:LeRoy, NY School District No. 15. Lyceum.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1878-1879
Description:Constitution and minutes of meetings of LeRoy, NY school district, #15. Volume was also used as the account book of the Hewes family in the 1880s.
Subject heading 1:School districts -- LeRoy, NY (Town, Genesee County)
Subject heading 2:LeRoy, NY -- schools

Location:CX 131
Name:VanDusen, Ira
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1884
Description:Diary describing spiritualist séances, including table tipping and contact with deceased friends and relatives. Kept between Jan. and March 1884 by VanDusen of Glen Falls, NY.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Spiritualism
Subject heading 3:Glen Falls, NY

Location:CX 131
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:June-July, 1822
Description:Journal written by a young Quaker woman while traveling from Philadelphia to Canada, partly on the Erie Canal. Describes sites throughout New York State including Rochester, Batavia, Niagara Falls. Transcription published in Rochester History.
Subject heading 1:New York State -- Description & Travel
Subject heading 2:Erie Canal
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY -- Description
Subject heading 4:Niagara Falls, NY -- Description

Location:CX 132
Name:Bemis, James
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1834-1835
Description:Photocopy of typed transcription of diary kept by Bemis, the pioneering printer, publisher, and newspaperman of Canandaigua, NY, while traveling in the British Isles and France. Also includes July 1,1845, reflections on his declining mental health.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Europe -- description and travel
Subject heading 3:Mental health

Location:CX 133
Name:Rand, Harold S.
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1941-1946, 1950
Description:Rand (1913-1960).Graduated UR 1934 (BA) and 1935 (MA). Served in the National Guard and the Air Transport Command during World War II. First director of the Rochester Community War Memorial, 1954-60. Diary includes record of events, opinions, poetry.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:World War II
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY -- social life and customs

Location:CX 134
Name:Unidentified solider from Rochester, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1917-1919
Description:Diary of an unidentified soldier in the 20 Engineers-Forestry. Record kept July 7, 1917 to July 25, 1919. Short entries record his travels in the US and France. Diary ends with his return to Rochester.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:World War I

Location:CX 135
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1920s?
Description:Album of photographs taken on a trip to the Middle East and Italy possibly by a group from Rochester, NY
Subject heading 1:Photograph albums
Subject heading 2:Photographs -- Middle East
Subject heading 3:Photographs -- Italy

Location:CX 136
Name:Trask
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1848, 1852
Description:Englishwoman's travels in upstate New York with husband and son, Aug.-Sept., 1852. Stops include Syracuse, Rochester, Niagara Falls, etc; attended 1852 Woman's Rights Convention in Syracuse. Also account of 1848 trip to Wales written in another hand.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:New York State -- description and travel
Subject heading 3:Wales -- description and travel
Subject heading 4:Woman's Rights Convention

Location:CX 137
Name:The Study Club, Rochester, NY
# of Volumes:3
Dates:1913-1946
Description:Minutes of The Study Club, a Rochester, NY, women's club that met to discuss social and economic conditions and later historical and literary topics. First volume includes constitution, bylaws and list of founding members.
Subject heading 1:Rochester, NY -- clubs
Subject heading 2:Woman -- societies and clubs

Location:CX 138
Name:Gardiner, George
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1828
Description:Includes chapters on geometrical problems; mensuration; land-surveying; projection, conical sections; mechanical powers; hydraulics; optics; astronomy; chemistry; etc. Illustrated with diagrams and watercolor drawings.
Subject heading 1:Science -- education -- Great Britain
Subject heading 2:Education -- Great Britain
Subject heading 3:Scientific illustration
Subject heading 4:Calligraphy

Location:CX 139
Name:Kilk, Frances Sanders
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1825
Description:Ink and watercolor illustrations of the counties of England and Wales with manuscript descriptive entries for each.
Subject heading 1:Atlas -- Great Britain
Subject heading 2:Geography -- history -- 19th Century

Location:CX 140
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1823-1828
Description:Poems written by various authors with illustrations by several artists in different media.
Subject heading 1:Sentiment albums
Subject heading 2:Poetry -- manuscripts
Subject heading 3:Art -- Great Britain -- 19th Century

Location:CX 141
Name:Breakenridge, Cecilia
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1827-32
Description:Sentiment album compiled by friends and relatives of Cecilia Breakenridge, possibly of Hartford, CT.
Subject heading 1:Sentiment albums

Location:CX 142
Name:Du Maurier, George Louis Palmella Busson
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1890
Description:Sketchbook attributed to George Louis Palmella Busson Du Maurier ((1834-1896).
Subject heading 1:Art -- Great Britain -- 19th Century.

Location:CX 143
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1861-1863
Description:Scrapbook of newspaper clippings relating to the Civil War. From the Library of Ed Grabhorn at the Grabhorn Press.
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Civil War
Subject heading 3:Grabhorn, Ed

Location:CX 144
Name:Riker?, Jennie
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1856-1861
Description:Sentiment album compiled by boarders of Mount de Sales Academy, MD, friends and family. Founded in 1852, Mount de Sales was the first Catholic institution in Baltimore County to offer education to young women of all denominations.
Subject heading 1:Sentiment albums
Subject heading 2:Catholic Church -- education -- Maryland
Subject heading 3:Education of women

Location:CX 145
Name:Burrows, Latham A.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:c.1850
Description:Manuscript poems and 23 watercolors created by Latham A. and Sarah A. Burrows of Buffalo, NY
Subject heading 1:Burrows, Sarah A
Subject heading 2:Poetry -- manuscripts
Subject heading 3:Art -- United States -- 19th Century

Location:CX 146
Name:Schoolcraft, John Lawrence
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1843-1844
Description:Partial diary of travels of John Lawrence Schoolcraft (1804-1860) in Europe. Includes descriptions of Lyons, Avignon, Pisa, Naples and Vesuvius, Schoolcraft was a NY State politician from Albany who served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1849-53).
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Europe-description and travel

Location:CX 147
Name:Peck, Myron G
# of Volumes:1
 
Description:Typed manuscript written by Rochester author Myron G. Peck (d. 1893)
Subject heading 1:Italy-history

Location:CX 148
Name:Cenci, Giacomo
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1820
Description:The original manuscript was part of the Cenci family archives. It was copied by Giambattista Petrucci, ca 1820 and presented by him to Henry Wellesley (1791-1866). Shelley used a similar copy of the Cenci manuscript in writing his play "The Cenci."
Subject heading 1:Cenci Family
Subject heading 2:Italy-history
Subject heading 3:Shelley, Percy Bysshe

Location:CX 149
Name:Decker, George Palmer
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1929
Description:Typescript of an essay written by George Palmer Decker, counsel for the Six Nation tribes, about treaties made with the Iroquois and subsequently broken. Appendix includes text of treaties. Also photograph of Decker and correspondence
Subject heading 1:Iroquois Indians
Subject heading 2:Indians of North America-treaties-history

Location:CX 150
Name:Burrows, John
# of Volumes:1
Dates:Aug. 26, 1779-Oct. 13, 1779
Description:Manuscript journal kept by John Burrows recording events of the Sullivan Expedition in which he took part as an officer in Spencer's 5th New Jersey Regiment.
Subject heading 1:Sullivan's Indian campaign, 1779
Subject heading 2:Iroquois Indian wars
Subject heading 3:American Revolution

Location:CX 151
Name:Moulthrop, Mary
# of Volumes:5 boxes
 
Description:Copies of genealogical data for Monroe County and adjacent areas compiled by Mary Moulthrop and Myrte Rice Hanes
Subject heading 1:Monroe County, NY-genealogy
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY-genealogy

Location:CX 152
Name:Broke, Frederica Sophia (Mure)
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1834
Description:Manuscript journal kept by Frederica Sophia Broke, an English woman who traveled with her husband Horatio George Broke (deputy quartermaster-general, Nova Scotia) and others. Describes sites in upstate NY and Rochester where she viewed the falls.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:New York State-description and travel
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY-description

Location:CX 153
Name:Jenks, Michael Hutchinson
# of Volumes:1
Dates:May 1828
Description:Manuscript journal kept by Jenks (1795-1867), a farmer and surveyor from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Includes a description of Rochester, a drawn profile of the Genesee River, and a woodcut of Erie Canal packet boat pasted to inside front cover.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:New York State-description and travel
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY-description

Location:CX 154
Name:Bradner, A
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1885
Description:Daily account of activities and financial transactions of A. Bradner who seems to have been a farm laborer in Dansville, NY.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Diaries
Subject heading 3:Dansville, NY-history
Subject heading 4:Livingston County, NY-history

Location:CX 155
Name:Sawyer, Charles B.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1868-1884
Description:Account book kept by an apparent resident of Monroe County, NY. Records cash received and spent for goods, labor and rent, Dates of family births and deaths written inside back cover. Printed financial statements and receipts laid in volume.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Monroe County, NY-history

Location:CX 156
Name:Unknown
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1878-1880
Description:Place and keeper unknown. Perhaps the account book of a manufacturer of barrels and crates. Newspaper clippings pasted over several pages. Laid in are receipt forms of Stettheimer, Tone & Co. Bankers (Rochester) with recipes written on the back.
Subject heading 1:Account books

Location:CX 157
Name:Parsons, W. M.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1870-1875
Description:Account book of W. M. Parsons who may have been a blacksmith and/or carpenter in Brighton, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Brighton, NY-history

Location: CX 158
Name:McKenzie, Donald
# of Volumes:3 vols. In 1
Dates:1801-1806
Description:McKenzie (1784-1861) was born in Scotland and came to the United States in 1804. He later settled in Caledonia, NY. See also CY 52.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Diaries
Subject heading 3:Caledonia, NY-history

Location:CX 159
Name:French, John B
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1863
Description:Journal of a East Bloomfield, NY, farmer records daily activities and cash accounts in back of the volume
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Agriculture-New York State
Subject heading 3:East Bloomfield, NY-history

Location:CX 160
Name:Curtis, Daniel
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1850s-1880s
Description:Accounts with Pardee and Higby of Palmyra, NY. Also includes records and notes of other financial dealings.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Palmyra, NY

Location:CX 161
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1859-1861
Description:Financial transactions of a merchant. Also includes "Inventory 1871-1872." Later used as a scrapbook with clippings and programs related to the Spencerport, NY area.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Spencerport, NY
Subject heading 3:Stores, retail

Location:CX 162
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1807, 1809-1811
Description:Financial transactions of a purveyor of alcoholic beverages. Title later added to front cover: "Herbarium 1816 E.B.B." Includes index to plants and flowers pressed in volume, but many lost.
Subject heading 1:Account book
Subject heading 2:Botanical specimens
Subject heading 3:Liquor store, retail

Location:CX 163
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1804-1809
Description:Financial transactions of a merchant in Geneva, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Geneva, NY
Subject heading 3:Stores, retail

Location:CX 164
Name:Jermain, D'Etta H.
 
Dates:1861-1897
Description:Autograph album of Rochester, NY woman named "Nettie" (perhaps D'Etta H. Jermain whose name appears twice in the album.
Subject heading 1:Autograph albums

Location:CX 165
Name:Willsea, Albert C.
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1921-1924
Description:Record of financial transactions of a Rochester, NY, agent for the Stanley Motor Company, manufacturer of the Stanley Steamer.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Automobile dealers-Rochester, NY
Subject heading 3:Stanley Motor Company

Location:CX 166
Name:Barker, Hiram L.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1860-1890
Description:Records of estates managed by Rochester, NY, attorney Hiram L. Barker.
Subject heading 1:Lawyers-Rochester, NY
Subject heading 2:Estate planning-Rochester, NY

Location:CX 167
Name:Hubbard, S.
# of Volumes:3
Dates:1844-1883
Description:Records of financial transactions kept by a Geneseo, NY, attorney. Volume 1: 1844-1854; Volume 2: 1872-83. Also retained copies of letters written by the law firm of Hubbard and Howard between 1881-83.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Lawyers-Geneseo, NY
Subject heading 3:Practice of law

Location:CX 168
Name:Montgomery, Thomas C.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1842-1850
Description:Financial records of the law practice of Thomas C. Montgomery and Ebenezer Griffin whose office was located in the Talman Building, Rochester, NY.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Lawyers-Rochester, NY

Location:CX 169
Name:Sampson, Ashley
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1846
Description:Sampson was born in CT in 1790; graduated from Middlebury College; studied law; admitted to the bar in NY; moved to Rochester in 1818; practiced law,served as a judge and member of city counsel. Each entry is a brief yearly account of his life and work.
Subject heading 1:Rochester, NY-history
Subject heading 2:Lawyers-Rochester, NY

Location:CX 170
Name:East Bloomfield, NY School District, No. 14
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1813-1868
Description:Minutes of meetings of the trustees and reports to the Commissioners of Common Schools of the town of Bloomfield. Before 1832 the school district was no. 11, in 1866 it became no. 9, and sometime later no. 14.. Includes names of families and trustees.
Subject heading 1:East Bloomfield, NY-schools

Location:CX 171
Name:Ontario, NY, District School, no. 4
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1843-1852
Description:List of students and an accounting of the days each attended school. Includes statements written by teachers attesting to the accuracy of the numbers.
Subject heading 1:School registers
Subject heading 2:Ontario, NY - schools

Location:CX 172
Name:Rochester, NY, Public School No. 16
 
Dates:1854-1891
Description:Register of visitors and students
Subject heading 1:School registers
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY-schools

Location:CX 173
Name:Guyon, Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1834
Description:Manuscript of English translation of the 1688 edition of Lady Guyon's Le Cantique des cantiques de Salomon. Translated by "the kind wife of the Revd. Edward White, Rector of Epperstone, Nottingham Shire for John Phillips by whom copied into this volume."
Subject heading 1:Bible. O.T. Song of Solomon

Location:CX 174
Name:Waller, Agnes M.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1898
Description:Album kept by daughter of British actor Lewis Waller. Includes clipped signatures of Waller, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Irene Vanbrugh, Fred Terry, Anthony Hope, Wilson Barrett, Johnston Forbes-Robinson and other notables of the British theater.
Subject heading 1:Autograph albums
Subject heading 2:Theatre-England

Location:CX 175
Name:Foster, Judith Ellen Horton
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1904
Description:Foster (1840-1910) was a lawyer, temperance leader and Republican Party organizer. Chronicles her trip to western states to campaign for Theodore Roosevelt. Includes her observations of political and social issues. 2 letters to her son laid in.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Republican Party
Subject heading 3:West (U.S.) - description and travel

Location:CX 176
Name:Curtis, George William
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1876-1883
Description:29 letters from George William Curtis to D. J. H. Willcox in a bound volume. Curtis (1824-1892) was a writer, editor, and active in Republican Party politics.
Subject heading 1:Republican Party

Location:CX 177
Name:Farley, Mary Bates
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1888-89
Description:Scrapbook and diary made by Mary Bates Farley (1871-1948) while a student at Mrs. Piatt's School (formerly the Utica Female Seminary) in Utica, NY, in 1888-89. On Nov. 30, 1897, Farley married George Motley (1868-1927).
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Utica, N.Y.--schools

Location:CX 178
Name:Ackerson, Fred M.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1950
Description:Bound volume, including several mounted newsclippings and photographs
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Ackerson, Fred M.

Location:CX 179
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:Unknown
Description:Bound volume, including nineteenth century black and white portrait photographs
Subject heading 1:Photographs

Location:CX 180
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:Unknown
Description:Bound volume, including nineteenth century black and white portraits, color prints
Subject heading 1:Photographs
Subject heading 2:Prints

Location:CX 181
Name:Cathcart, Frederick Macadam
# of Volumes:1
Dates:February 1833
Description:Bound volume, untitled manuscript volume.
Subject heading 1:Cathcart, Frederick Macadam
Subject heading 2:Manuscript

Location:CX 182
Name:Cathcart, Frederick Macadam
# of Volumes:1
Dates:February 1834
Description:Bound manuscript volume.
Subject heading 1:Cathcart, Frederick Macadam
Subject heading 2:Manuscript

Location:CX 183
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1900
Description:Unbound manuscript volume.
Subject heading 1:Japan
Subject heading 2:1900
Subject heading 3:Map

Location:CX 184
Name:Bogan, Allice C.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca. 1877- 1882
Description:1 volume autograph book with forty seven signatures of Bogan's students.
Subject heading 1:Bogan, Allice C.
Subject heading 2:Autograph

Location:CX 185
Name:Sisson, David
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca. 1856- 1940
Description:1 typescript volume including transcription of 1854 William Sisson diary, family history, genealogical information.
Subject heading 1:Sisson, David
Subject heading 2:Sisson, William

Location:CX 186
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1906- 1925
Description:Bound minutes of trustees of the Genesee Pure Food Company and of Orator F. Woodward medicine business, 1906-18, also analytical chart, 1914-25.
Subject heading 1:Food
Subject heading 2:Genesee Food Company
Subject heading 3:Genesee, New York

Location:CX 187
Name:Cady, A.S.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca. 1840- 1874
Description:1 volume with letter set in. Diary relates to Genesee Cotton Mills. Transcription included.
Subject heading 1:Cady, A.S (Artemas Stoyell (1819- 1897)
Subject heading 2:Genesee Cotton Mills
Subject heading 3:Diary

Location:CX 188
Name:Stacey, Thomas
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1850- 1856
Description:Thomas Stacey notebook recording accounts from 1850- 1856 of Methodist Episcopal Church of Alexander Street, Rochester, New York and of Clifton Springs, New York.
Subject heading 1:Stacey, Thomas
Subject heading 2:Methodist Episcopal Church
Subject heading 3:Account Book

Location:CX 189
Name:St. John Chrysostom
# of Volumes:1
Dates:15th century?
Description:Latin manuscript of sermons of St. John Chrysostom (347-407 AD), Archbishop of Constantinople. Title initials in red and blue; bound in vellum. Written on front end paper: "From library of Miss Clarkson, Alverthorpe Hall Wakefield".
Subject heading 1:Sermons
Subject heading 2:Calligraphy

Location:CX 192
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1888- 1938
Description:Minutes of the trustees, for Moseley and Motley Milling Company, Rochester, New York, 1888- 1938

Location:CX 193
Name:Prentice, Mary C.
# of Volumes:4
Dates:ca. 1846- 1895
Description:4 volume diary with explanatory notes written by Prentice in 1913. Diary provides account of life in New York State.
Subject heading 1:Prentice, Mary C.
Subject heading 2:New York (State)
Subject heading 3:Diaries--Authorship

Location:CX 194
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:January 28, 1911- February 26, 1911
Description:1 volume handwritten passenger log of trip to West Indies aboard S.S. New York. Accompanying transcription in envelope.
Subject heading 1:Voyages and travels.

Location:CX 195
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1848- 1949
Description:1 volume handwritten record book for Parma District 14.
Subject heading 1:Parma (N.Y.)--History.

Location:CX 201
Name:Arvin, Neil Cole
# of Volumes:2
Dates:ca 1930
Description:Typescript of study of the French theater by Arvin (1889-1953), Professor of French at the University of Rochester. It was not published.
Subject heading 1:Theater -- France -- history

Location:CX 249
Name:Coates, Benjamin Hornor
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1817
Description:Manuscript journal of a trip to Niagara kept by Benjamin Hornor Coates (1797-1881), a Philadelphia physician. Describes scenery and towns in central and western NY. Excerpts were published in the UR Library Bulletin 10:1 (Autumn 1957).
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:New York State-description and travel
Subject heading 3:Niagara Falls-description

Location:CX 257
Name:Howe?, Samuel C.?
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1830s
Description:Perhaps kept by Samuel C. Howe of Phelps, NY (?) although initials A.T.H. are on spine. Purpose unknown; accounts are in pounds. Newspaper clippings pasted over accounts on several pages; also contains juvenile pencil drawings.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Scrapbooks

Location:CX 259
Name:E, C
 
Dates:1831-1832
Description:Initials "E.C." on spine. Appears to be the account book of a merchant selling groceries and sundries perhaps in Geneseo, NY.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Store, retail

Location:CX 271
Name:Flowers, Elijah
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1789-1828
Description:Account book of Geneseo, NY, merchant. Entries indicate that Flowers may have been involved in several businesses including a tavern, store, inn and blacksmith shop.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Geneseo, NY
Subject heading 3:Stores, retail

Location:CY 1
Name:Willson, George
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1846-1852
Description:Financial records of payments to George Willson, a businessman perhaps in Canandaigua, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books

Location:CY 2
Name:Langslow, Richard
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1817
Description:Typescript removed from the Arthur C. Parker Papers. Location of original manuscript unknown. Richard Langslow was a former British army captain.
Subject heading 1:U.S. -- description and travel

Location:CY 3
Name:Piozzi, Hester Lynch
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1791
Description:Manuscript written by Hester Lynch Piozzi (1741-1821), a British writer and friend of Samuel Johnson. Formerly in the R. B. Adam Library.
Subject heading 1:Drama -- Great Britain -- 18th Century
Subject heading 2:Drama -- manuscripts

Location:CY 4
Name:Paulding, James Kirke
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:Manuscripts of five fables by Paulding (1778-1860): "The philosopher and the madman," "The rich man and the beggar," "Memory and hope," "The mirror and the window pane," and "The man and his shadow."
Subject heading 1:Prose literature
Subject heading 2:Prose -- manuscripts

Location:CY 5
Name:Stevenson, Robert Louis
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1890
Description:Manuscript of melodies for the flute written from memory by Stevenson (1850-1894) to be played by him and his friends in his Samoan home. Bound with two photographs of Stevenson playing his flute, an etched portrait, and a signature clipped from a letter
Subject heading 1:Music -- manuscripts

Location:CY 6
Name:Whittier, John Greenleaf
# of Volumes:1
Dates:undated
Description:Autograph manuscript, 3 pages. Bound with two photographs of Whittier (1807-1892)
Subject heading 1:Poetry -- manuscripts

Location:CY 7
Name:Whittier, John Greenleaf
# of Volumes:2
Dates:ca 1865
Description:Autograph manuscript signed, 6p. First published in the Atlantic Monthly (1865) and later in The Tent on the Beach (1867), a collection of Whittier poems
Subject heading 1:Poetry -- manuscripts

Location:CY 8
Name:Wilson, Angus
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1952
Description:Production copy of the producer Reyner Heppenstall for a BBC radio broadcast, Dec. 2, 1952. Manuscript corrections and notes made by Heppenstall
Subject heading 1:Radio scripts
Subject heading 2:Heppenstall, Reyner

Location:CY 9
Name:Yates, Nancy Anah (Babcock)
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1910-1912
Description:Scrapbooks of articles clipped from the Rochester Post Express
Subject heading 1:Rochester, NY -- History
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY -- genealogy

Location:CY 10
Name:Smith, John N.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1857-1860
Description:Diary of daily activities kept by John H. Smith, a farmer in Scipio, NY
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Scipio, NY
Subject heading 3:Agriculture -- New York (State)

Location:CY 11
Name:Miller, Elisa F.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1837-1852
Description:Printed forms filled in with information on each case heard before Miller and Granger who were Justices of the Peace in Ontario County, NY. Includes relevant dates, names of litigants and witnesses, declarations, pleas and damages charged.
Subject heading 1:Justice -- administration of -- Ontario Co., NY
Subject heading 2:NY; Ontario County, NY -- history

Location:CY 12
Name:Morris & Co.
# of Volumes:3
Dates:1880-1887
Description:Account books of a business in Warsaw, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Warsaw, NY

Location:CY 13
Name:Farman, Elbert E.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1860-1878
Description:Record of the legal cases of Elbert E. Farman, a lawyer in Warsaw, NY. Includes chronological list of work done on each case and its disposition. Many cases heard in Supreme Court of Wyoming County, NY
Subject heading 1:Courts -- New York (State)
Subject heading 2:Justice, administration of, Wyoming County, NY
Subject heading 3:Warsaw, NY

Location:CY 14
Name:Jenkins, Gideon H.
# of Volumes:6
Dates:1846-1852
Description:Account books for Gideon H. Jenkins's general store in Centerville, Alleghany County, NY. Parts of several volumes pasted over with newspaper clippings.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Stores, retail

Location:CY 15
Name:Doolittle, Chauncey & Co.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1851-1874
Description:Account book of Chaucey Doolittle & Co., a business in Buffalo, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Buffalo, NY

Location:CY 16
Name:Hodge and Morris Hardware Store
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1849-1851
Description:Account book of Hodge and Morris Hardware Store in Warsaw, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Hardware stores -- Warsaw, NY

Location:CY 17
Name:Truesdell, Philander
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1860-1862
Description:Account book of a store selling fabric, clothing, and food items
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Stores, retail

Location:CY 18
Name:Bartlet, Stephen
# of Volumes:1
 
Description:Manuscript volume of penmanship exercises, but mostly of mathematical rules, problems, and solutions. Kept by Stephen Bartlet of Bath, NY, in the early part of the nineteenth century.
Subject heading 1:Bath, NY
Subject heading 2:Mathematics

Location:CY 19
Name:unknown
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1839
Description:Newspaper articles, many with wood engravings, pasted over pages of an account book. The account book seems to be for a drygoods store.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 3:Stores -- retail

Location:CY 20
Name:Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1937-1940
Description:Album of 16 black and white photographs of Rochester Gas and Electric buildings and facilities, 1937-1940.
Subject heading 1:Electrical utilities -- Rochester, NY
Subject heading 2:Gas companies -- Rochester, NY

Location:CY 21
Name:McElroy, Nellie L.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1913-1916
Description:Journal kept by Nellie L. McElroy, the first policewoman in Rochester, NY. Records her daily patrols of streets and places of entertainment, describes encounters with delinquent girls and prostitutes; often lists ethnicity of those she deals with.
Subject heading 1:Rochester, NY Police Department
Subject heading 2:Delinquent women
Subject heading 3:Policewoman
Subject heading 4:Prostitution -- Rochester, NY

Location:CY 22
Name:Davis, George Francis
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1874-1905
Description:Newspaper clippings of articles written by George Francis Davis, Jr., University of Rochester class of 1864. Most of the articles are from the Cincinnati, Ohio "Weekly Journal and Messenger."
Subject heading 1:Davis, George Francis, Jr.
Subject heading 2:Scrapbooks

Location:CY 23
Name:Reed and Shutt Law Firm
# of Volumes:9
Dates:1890-1946
Description:Includes 5 volumes of registers of court cases giving a chronology of events in the settlement of each case, 1890-1936; brief listing of court cases, 1884-1927; 2 volumes of accounts and financial records, 1928-35; an unidentified index volume
Subject heading 1:Law offices -- Rochester, NY

Location:CY 24
Name:Meir, Golda
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1974
Description:Scrapbook of newspaper clippings and programs from Golda Meir's visit to Rochester in December 1974 to receive an honorary degree from the University of Rochester.
Subject heading 1:Meir, Golda
Subject heading 2:University of Rochester
Subject heading 3:Scrapbooks

Location:CY 25
Name:Montgomery, Ella Sargent
# of Volumes:1
 
Description:Scrapbook kept by Ella Sargent Montgomery, daughter of Senator Aaron Sargent and Ellen Clark Sargent who were supporters of the woman suffrage movement. Includes letter to Ellen Clark Sargent, newspaper clippings on women's rights and other subjects.
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Woman suffrage
Subject heading 3:Sargent, Ellen Clark

Location:CY 26
Name:Enterprise Insurance Co. of Cincinnati
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1867
Description:Contains summary information on the policies written during part of 1867 by Warfield & Kelly, Rochester agents for the Enterprise Insurance Co. of Cincinnati.
Subject heading 1:Insurance -- Rochester, NY
Subject heading 2:Warfield & Kelly, insurance agents, Rochester, NY

Location:CY 27
Name:Vigee-LeBrun, Louise Elizabeth
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca1834
Description:Nineteen pages of Vigee-Le Brun's manuscript draft of her memoir, Souvenirs of Mme. Vigee-LeBrun published in 3 volumes in 1835-37. Includes autograph letter to Jean Frederic Perregaux and notes and letters in other hands.
Subject heading 1:Artists -- French -- correspondence, reminiscences, etc
Subject heading 2:Women painters
Subject heading 3:France biography

Location:CY 28
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1650
Description:17th-century transcripts of 29 Anglo-Saxon charters that are principally royal grants of lands and privileges to the church at Worcester by various kings including Cenwulf, Berhtwulf, Aethelbald and Alfred. Written in Latin and Anglo-Saxon.
Subject heading 1:Anglo-Saxon language
Subject heading 2:Great Britain history -- Anglo Saxon period, 499-1066
Subject heading 3:Charters

Location:CY 29
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1855-1858
Description:Records of potash shipped on canal boat Eagle from Coopersville, Clinton County, NY, to Troy, NY. Also records of lumber counted and logs measured, 1850s and 1860s.
Subject heading 1:Erie Canal
Subject heading 2:Coopersville, NY
Subject heading 3:Troy, NY

Location:CY 30
Name:Union Veterans' Union. W.T. Sherman Command No. 2
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1892-1902
Description:Minutes of meetings of the Union Veterans' Union. W.T. Sherman Command No. 2, Rochester, NY.
Subject heading 1:Civil War -- veterans

Location:CY 31
Name:Zabriskie, Andrew C.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1864-1865
Description:Newspaper clippings that relate to the Civil War including many about the Metropolitan Fair to aid the U.S. Sanitary Commission held in New York City, April 1864, the 1864 political campaign, and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln in April 1865
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Civil War
Subject heading 3:Lincoln, Abraham
Subject heading 4:United States Sanitary Commission

Location:CY 32
Name:Esopus, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1828
Description:Assessment roll of real and personal property in Esopus, NY, made June 3, 1828, by William Elsworth, John G. Freer and Solomon Eckert, Jr.
Subject heading 1:Assessment -- Esopus, NY

Location:CY 33
Name:Rochester Kindergarten-Primary Association
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1935-1936
Description:Summary of meetings of group made up a kindergarten and primary school teachers and others interested in early childhood eduction
Subject heading 1:Education -- Rochester, NY

Location:CY 34
Name:Ward, Levi Alfred
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1835-1878
Description:Daily activities of Levi Alfred Ward (1801-1881) who established Rochester's first insurance agency, directed several banks and businesses, founded Rochester Gas Co, and Rochester Water Co.; involved in civic organizations; Mayor of Rochester, 1849
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY -- history

Location:CY 35
Name:Floyd, Elvira
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1876
Description:Scrapbook of albumen photographs, exhibitors' materials, programs, advertisements and assorted ephemera from the Centennial Exhibition of 1876 in Philadelphia. Includes loose material.
Subject heading 1:Centennial Exhibition (1876: Philadelphia, Pa.)
Subject heading 2:Advertising -- 1870-1880
Subject heading 3:Chromolithography--specimens.
Subject heading 4:Scrapbooks.

Location:CY 36
Name:Sarle, Clifton James
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1894-1899
Description:Sarle (d. 1960 at age 84) grew up in Rochester, NY and received BA (1902) and MA (1903) degrees from University of Rochester; PhD from Yale (1906). Pursued career as geology teacher and consultant. Diary kept while in high school and early college years
Subject heading 1:University of Rochester
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY -- social life and customs
Subject heading 3:Diaries

Location:CY 37
Name:McCutcheon, George Barr
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1908
Description:Original manuscript of four-act play; 208 pages. Author's bookplate on front endpaper. Published under title: Brood House: A Play in Four Acts (NY: 1910).
Subject heading 1:Drama -- American
Subject heading 2:Drama -- manuscripts

Location:CY 38
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1884-1914
Description:Scrapbook of newspaper and magazine articles pertaining to Edgar Allan Poe
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Poe, Edgar Allan

Location:CY 39
Name:Froemcke, Mrs. Alfred C. H.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1901
Description:Scrapbooks of clippings, programs, exhibitors' materials, advertising, and other ephemera from the Pan-American Exposition (1901: Buffalo, NY). Includes loose material.
Subject heading 1:Pan-American Exposition (1901: Buffalo, NY)
Subject heading 2:Chromolithography--Specimens
Subject heading 3:Advertising--1890-1900
Subject heading 4:Scrapbooks

Location:CY 40
Name: 
# of Volumes:7
Dates:1692-1780, 1692
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Venice, Italy. Includes drawings of coats-of-arms in pencil and pen (some in color). Different compilers created each volume.
Subject heading 1:Italy genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Venice (Italy) -- history

Location:CY 41
Name: 
# of Volumes:7
Dates:1692-1780, 1692
Description:Manuscript compilation of information about the noble families of Venice, Italy. Includes drawings of coats-of-arms in pencil and pen (some in color). Different compilers created each volume.
Subject heading 1:Italy genealogy
Subject heading 2:Heraldry
Subject heading 3:Venice (Italy) -- history

Location:CY 42
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1840s-1850s
Description:Records of grafting and/or budding apples and other fruit. Nursery unidentified, but an advertisement pasted on inside cover is for B.J. Upson dealer in fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, plants, etc., selected from the Phoenix Nurseries, Penfield, NY
Subject heading 1:Nurseries (horticulture)
Subject heading 2:Phoenix Nurseries, Penfield, NY

Location:CY 43
Name:Lyon, Harrison A.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1840s
Description:Account book of Harrison A. Lyon, a boot, shoe and leather merchant at 20 State Street, Rochester, NY.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Shoes -- trade and manufacture

Location:CY 44
Name:Lyon, E & H
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1844-1845
Description:Account book of E. & H. Lyon, lumber dealers in Rochester, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Lumber trade

Location:CY 45
Name:Jones, John
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1833-1835
Description:Account book of John Jones, perhaps the merchant at the corner of Buffalo and State Streets listed in the 1834 Rochester city directory. (See also CY 46 & CY 47)
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Stores, retail

Location:CY 46
Name:Jones, John
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1833-1835
Description:Account book of John Jones, perhaps the merchant at the corner of Buffalo and State Streets listed in the 1834 Rochester city directory. (See also CY 45 & CY 47)
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Stores, retail

Location:CY 47
Name:Jones, John
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1833-1835
Description:Account book of John Jones, perhaps the merchant at the corner of Buffalo and State Streets listed in the 1834 Rochester city directory. (See also CY 45 & CY 46)
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Stores, retail

Location:CY 48
Name: 
 
 
Description:Empty number

Location:CY 51
Name:Mosser, Minnie Alice
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1909-1920
Description:Scrapbook kept by Mosser, a nurse, contains photographs, postcards, clippings and memorabilia related to hospitals she worked in, vacations, family and friends. She graduated in 1909 from a nursing school in Reading, PA, and worked in upstate NY hospitals
Subject heading 1:Scrapbooks
Subject heading 2:Nurses and nursing
Subject heading 3:hospitals

Location: CY 52
Name:McKenzie, Donald
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1824
Description:Printed Bible with manuscript genealogical and biographical notes by Donald McKenzie (1784-1861) who came to US from Scotland in 1804 and settled in Caledonia, NY. Two letters laid in. See also McKenzie's diaries and account books CX 158.
Subject heading 1:Caledonia, NY -- history

Location:CY 53
Name:Rochester, NY. Police Department
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1879-1881
Description:Testimony of cases in Police Court, Rochester, NY presided over by George Truesdale, Police Justice.
Subject heading 1:Rochester, NY -- police
Subject heading 2:Truesdale, George

Location:CY 54
Name:The Sanatorium, Dansville, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1883-1887
Description:Register of guests beginning with opening of the new building, Oct. 1, 1883. Includes guests' names, addresses, and room numbers. Volume once owned by Albert Leffingwell, one of the physicians at the Sanatorium, later called The Jackson Sanatorium.
Subject heading 1:Sanatoriums
Subject heading 2:Jackson Sanatorium, Dansville, NY
Subject heading 3:Leffingwell, Albert

Location:CY 55
Name:Clemens, Jane Cathcart
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1831
Description:Original poetry illustrated with pencil drawings by Jane Cathcart Clemens, a resident of Great Britain.
Subject heading 1:Poetry -- Manuscript
Subject heading 2:Poetry -- Great Britain
Subject heading 3:Art -- Great Britain -- 19th Century

Location:CY 56
Name:Stoughton, Francisco P.A.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1853-56
Description:Autographs pasted into a volume primarily from members of the House of Representatives as well as some literary figures of the day.
Subject heading 1:Autograph albums

Location:CY 57
Name:Young Men's Washington Debating Society, Rochester
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1850-1857
Description:Proceedings of the Young Men's Washington Debating Society of Rochester, NY. Includes minutes of meetings, constitution, membership, debate rules, topics debated, and treasurers' reports.
Subject heading 1:Washington Debating Society
Subject heading 2:Debating societies -- U.S.
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY -- clubs

Location:CY 58
Name:Dundas, James S.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:ca 1860
Description:Forty original drawings in pencil, pen and ink, and watercolor for Little Red Riding Hood, Goody Two Shoes, Jack the Giant Killer.
Subject heading 1:Art -- Great Britain -- 19th Century.

Location:CY 59
Name:Forbes, James
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1800-1820
Description:Scrapbook compiled by James Forbes, Elizabeth Fothergill and others containing clippings, original pencil, pen and ink, and watercolor drawings of flora and fauna.
Subject heading 1:Art -- Great Britain -- 19th Century

Location:CY 60
Name:Globe Hotel, East Aurora, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1887-1890
Description:Guest register for the Globe Hotel in East Aurora, NY. C. W. Roberts proprietor. Each entry gives name of guest and city of residence.
Subject heading 1:Hotels
Subject heading 2:East Aurora, NY

Location:CY 61
Name:Tallmadge, John J.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1852
Description:Account book kept by Tallmadge (1818-1873) while he was located in New York City as a transportation agent on the Erie Canal. Records payments from boat captains for towing and wharf fees. Some entries include mention of cargoes.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Erie Canal
Subject heading 3:Shipping -- Erie Canal

Location:CY 62
Name:Berry, Watson B.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1953-1954
Description:Biography of NY State politician Preston King (1806-1865) published in weekly installments in the Watertown Daily Times between September 26, 1953 and July 10, 1954. King was from Ogdensburg, NY, and a political ally of William H. Seward and Thurlow Weed.
Subject heading 1:King, Preston
Subject heading 2:New York State-politics and government
Subject heading 3:Seward, William Henry

Location:CY 63
Name:Cone, Spencer H.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1840-1850
Description:Cone, a brother of Ely Samuel Parker also known as Spencer Parker. He may have been an itinerant peddler and volume includes financial accounts, explanation and tables for mathematical calculations related to logging, tables of weights and measurements.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Indians of North America-commerce
Subject heading 3:Seneca Indians

Location:CY 64
Name:Ensign, Enoch
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1835-1857
Description:Account book of a general store in Batavia, NY. Also includes records of his father, Seymour Ensign, an early settler in Genesee County, who had a grist mill on Bigelow Creek and a wool-carding and cloth-dressing business.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Stores, retail
Subject heading 3:Genesee County, NY-history
Subject heading 4:Batavia, NY-history

Location:CY 65
Name:Beecher, Hezekiah
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1814-1818
Description:Beecher (1793-1845) was a farmer and school teacher in Livingston County, NY. One diary records his activities as a farmer (1814-1817); the other as a school teacher (1815-1817). Includes talk he gave to group of young people.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Agriculture-New York State-Livingston County
Subject heading 3:Teachers-personal reminiscences
Subject heading 4:Livingston County, NY-history

Location:CY 66
Name:Unknown, Unknown
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1858-1860
Description:Place and keeper unknown. Perhaps accounts kept by a store selling groceries and sundries.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Store, retail

Location:CY 67
Name:Whaley, Charles E.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1853-1878
Description:Financial accounts and record of daily activities kept by a farmer in Avon, NY.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Diaries
Subject heading 3:Agriculture-New York State
Subject heading 4:Avon, NY

Location:CY 68
Name:Downs, Truman
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1848-1895
Description:Account book of Truman Downs who may have been a blacksmith and/or carpenter in Brighton, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Brighton, NY-history

Location:CY 69
Name:Lathbury, Thomas
# of Volumes:5
Dates:1836-1878
Description:Lathbury was a carpenter and storekeeper in Canandaigua, NY. Includes entries of Mary Lathbury for dressmaking, ca 1844; vol. 2 has account of treatments administered by doctors during her illness in 1851.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Stores, retail
Subject heading 3:Canandaigua, NY-history
Subject heading 4:Medicine-U.S.-history

Location:CY 70
Name:Landon, Ezekiel
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1771-1821
Description:Account books of Ezekiel and Walter Landon who were tailors in East Bloomfield, NY. Some entries made by Walter Landon are for early settlers in East Bloomfield.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Tailors-East Bloomfield, NY
Subject heading 3:East Bloomfield, NY-history

Location:CY 71
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1801-1815
Description:Financial transactions of a tavern keeper in Hopewell, NY.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Hopewell, NY
Subject heading 3:Taverns-Hopewell, NY

Location:CY 72
Name:Smith, John Brainard
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1855-1865
Description:Financial records of a resident of Lima, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Lima, NY

Location:CY 73
Name:Curtis, Daniel
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1828-1881
Description:Financial records of a farmer in Marion, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Marion, NY
Subject heading 3:Agriculture-New York (State)

Location:CY 74
Name:Sherman, Stephen D.
 
Dates:1837-1855
Description:Financial records of a resident of Palmyra, NY. Many entries are for payment for farm labor. Some financial documents laid in.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Palmyra, NY

Location:CY 75
Name:Parsons, Daniel
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1834-1844
Description:Financial records of a resident of Phelps, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Phelps, NY

Location:CY 76
Name:Todd, B. & Son
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1820-1862
Description:Financial records of a business in Pultneyville, NY
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Pultneyville, NY

Location: CY 77
Name:New York Life Insurance Company
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1924
Description:Minute adopted in memory of Granger A. Hollister by the Loss Committee of the New York Life Insurance Company on February 13, 1924. Hand-lettered and illuminated and bound in purple suede. Also see CY 91.
Subject heading 1:Hollister, Granger A.
Subject heading 2:Calligraphy

Location:CY 78
Name:Smith, Siba Hand (Ward)
# of Volumes:6
Dates:1848-1869
Description:Siba (or Seba) Hand Ward Smith (1794-1854) was the wife of Silas O. Smith, a store keeper in Rochester. In 1841, they moved to their East Ave. home "Woodside." Diaries describe family and social events. 1848 and 1849 diaries are transcribed.
Subject heading 1:Diaries
Subject heading 2:Smith (Silas O.) family
Subject heading 3:Ward (Levi) family
Subject heading 4:Rochester, NY-social life and customs

Location:CY 79
Name:Perkins, Charles
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1827-1852
Description:Record of land transactions made by Perkins. Includes deeds, plans of lots and their costs, and maps. Perkins wrote that the volume is "intended as a particular history of my land concerns in this section of the state, especially in the town of Gates."
Subject heading 1:Real property-Rochester, NY
Subject heading 2:Gates, NY-history

Location:CY 80
Name:Abrams, Benjamin S.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1904-1905
Description:Transcriptions of letters written by Abrams, the Superintendent of the Black River Canal in Booneville, NY. Letters discuss issues relating to the upkeep and repair of the canal.
Subject heading 1:Black River Canal
Subject heading 2:Booneville, NY

Location:CY 81
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1840-1841
Description:Book contains printed forms (2 per page) used by the Erie Canal Collector's Office (perhaps in Brockport, NY) to record tolls. Records include captain's name, name of the boat, boat's home port, cargo and toll paid.
Subject heading 1:Erie Canal
Subject heading 2:Brockport, NY

Location:CY 82
Name:Collier, John Allen
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1839-1866
Description:Collier (1787-1873) was an attorney and Whig politician who held several New York State elected and appointed offices. Volume consists of records of actions taken and fees charged for cases handled by him and others in this Binghamton, NY, law office.
Subject heading 1:Lawyers-Binghamton, NY
Subject heading 2:Practice of law

Location:CY 83
Name:Fellows, Henry
# of Volumes:7
Dates:1813-1851 with gaps
Description:A log kept by Henry Fellows, an attorney in Penfield, NY, containing brief entries of his court cases . See also the Fellows Family Papers (A.F32). Index laid in last volume.
Subject heading 1:Lawyers-Penfield, NY
Subject heading 2:Practice of law

Location:CY 84
Name:Hale's Classical and Scientific School
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1886-1898
Description:Register of students attending Hale's Classical and Scientific School established by George D. Hale in Rochester, NY
Subject heading 1:School registers
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY-schools

Location:CY 85
Name:Seward Female Seminary
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1835-1840
Description:For each term includes list of students and the fees they paid; a few pages include list of financial transactions for the school
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Rochester, NY-schools

Location:CY 86
Name:Lauderdale, Walter Elliot
# of Volumes:13
Dates:1829-1880
Description:Daybooks of Walter E. Lauderdale and Walter E. Lauderdale Jr., physicians of Sparta, Groveland, and Geneseo. (See also CY 87 & CY 88)
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Physicians-New York State
Subject heading 3:Geneseo, NY

Location:CY 87
Name:Lauderdale, Walter Elliot,
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1853-1882
Description:Account book for shop in Geneseo, NY owned by a physician. Lists customers and items sold including alcohol (perhaps for medicinal purposes) and various medical remedies. (See also CY 86 & CY 88)
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Sores, retail
Subject heading 3:Geneseo, NY

Location:CY 88
Name:Lauderdale, Walter Elliot,
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1875-1880
Description:Ledger kept by Geneseo, NY physician. (See also CY 86 & CY 87)
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Physicians-New York State
Subject heading 3:Geneseo, NY

Location:CY 89
Name:Smith, Justin
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1830-1832
Description:Daybook of a physician of Lima, New York.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Physicians-New York State
Subject heading 3:Lima, NY

Location:CY 90
Name:John Hass & Sons
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1891-1907
Description:Account books of shoemakers located on Front Street in Rochester, NY. Customers include prominent Rochesterians such as Susan B. Anthony, James G. Cutler, George Ellwanger, Walter S. Hubbell, Kate Gleason and others.
Subject heading 1:Account books
Subject heading 2:Shoes -- trade and manufacture
Subject heading 3:Anthony, Susan Brownell

Location: CY 91
Name:Security Trust Company, Rochester, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:January 21, 1924
Description:Memorial to Granger A. Hollister adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Security Trust Company of Rochester, NY. Includes signatures of the Board members. Hand-lettered with decorative borders; bound in leather. See also CY 77.
Subject heading 1:Hollister, Granger A.
Subject heading 2:Calligraphy

Location:CY 92
Name:Thorne, Thomas W.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1865-1875
Description:Lists houses of prostitution in New York City's 4th ward by street; most of the volume is a record of arrests and convictions by officers under command of Capt. Thorne. Record includes names of those arrested, their crime and the resolution of the case.
Subject heading 1:New York, NY - Police Department
Subject heading 2:Crime - New York, NY
Subject heading 3:Prostitution - New York, NY

Location:CY 93
Name:Konraty, Olga
# of Volumes:2
Dates:1909-1930
Description:Olga (Lola) Konraty (1900-1988), born Olga Vladimirovna von Bremke in Moscow, was a singer, dancer, and artist. Commonplace book and photographs and clippings relating to her career with Nikita Balieff's La Chauve-Souris.
Subject heading 1:La Chauve-Souris
Subject heading 2:Theater--Russia--20th century
Subject heading 3:Balieff, Nikita

Location:CY 94
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1841-1845
Description:Account book. Lists receipts and disbursements.
Subject heading 1:Ledger
Subject heading 2:Account Book

Location:CY 95
Name:Olcott, Ralph Thrall
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1886- 1889
Description:1 scrapbook with newspaper clippings.
Subject heading 1:Olcott, Ralph Thrall
Subject heading 2:Scrapbook

Location:CY 96
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:June 1926
Description:1 scrapbook with newspaper clippings about the wedding of Emily Smith (daughter of Governor Alfred E. Smith) to Major John A. Warner
Subject heading 1:Smith, Emily
Subject heading 2:Smith, Alfred A.
Subject heading 3:Warner, John A.
Subject heading 4:Scrapbook

Location:CY 97
Name:Seward, John W.
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1838- 1841
Description:1 bound volume of an account book for John W. Seward Hardware, Rochester, New York

Location:CY 98
Name: 
# of Volumes:3
Dates:1839
Description:3 volumes, handwritten record books for the Tonawanda Railroad Company
Subject heading 1:Tonawanda Railroad Company

Location:CY 99
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1848- 1852
Description:1 volume handwritten constitution and meeting minutes for the Rochester Eight Guard
Subject heading 1:Rochester (N.Y.)
Subject heading 2:Rochester Eight Guard

Location:CZ 1
Name:Cobb's Hill Reservoir
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1905-1909
Description:Album of about 100 leaves with 2 or more photographs mounted on each leaf. Photographs show construction of Cobb's Hill Reservoir and surrounding area.
Subject heading 1:Photographs
Subject heading 2:Reservoirs
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY -- description and travel
Subject heading 4:Rochester, NY -- water supply

Location: CZ 2
Name:Corner Club, Rochester, NY
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1942-1945
Description:Project of the Corner Club, it was organized and managed by Charlotte Whitney Allen; each week members purchased war bonds based on the number of Japanese aircraft, ships, or military equipment destroyed the previous week; includes charts, correspondence
Subject heading 1:Allen, Charlotte Whitney
Subject heading 2:World War II

Location:CZ 4
Name:American Red Cross
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1917
Description:Photograph Album of each person who participated in the campaign. Includes index.
Subject heading 1:American National Red Cross
Subject heading 2:World War I
Subject heading 3:Rochester, NY -- biography -- portraits

Location:CZ 5
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1695-1710
Description:An unbound volume of 27 maps of Europe from the late 1600s, published in Amsterdam by Morties.
Subject heading 1:Europe
Subject heading 2:Morties

Location:CZ 6
Name: 
# of Volumes:1
Dates:1888-1938
Description:Minutes of the trustees, for Moseley and Motley Milling Company, Rochester, New York, 1888- 1938