Alex Berey


Archival Collection


BEREY, ALEX, COLLECTION

BOX 1

Folder

1. Newspaper Clipping, Denham Springs News, May 15, 1975

2. Newspaper Clippings in Hungarian (6 xeroxed articles)

3. Newspaper Clippings about the Hungarians, Hammond, and Strawberries (xerox copies)

4. Store Records from Hungarian Settlement, Livingston Parish (xerox copy)

5. History of Farmers’ Cooperatives and Associations of Albany, Livingston Parish, Louisiana by Clark Forrest, Jr., April 1979

6. Letters-To Mr. Julius Bruskay, January 31 and February 24, 1931; To the Royal Hungarian Consulate, February 3, 1931; and To the American Hungarian Foundation, May 7, 1979

7. List of names and addresses (Hungarian)

8. Map of Hungarian-Colony situated in HR 31 T6-6 HR 38-39-51, Sec. 1-2 T-7-6

9. Map of T7S-R6E, Albany and Springfield (xerox copy)

10. Map, Quadrangle, Albany, Louisiana, 1940

11. Map, Quadrangle, Springfield, Louisiana, 1963

12. Map, Quadrangle, Ponchatoula, Louisiana, 1969

13. Sing Out Go, Hungarian Folk Songs (in Hungarian)

14. Louisiana Conservationist, September/October 1983

15. Folklife and Fieldwork, American Folklife Center, No. 3, 1979

16. Speech given in Hungary

17. English Around the World, No. 6, May 1972

18. The Eighth Tribe, Hungarians in America, April 1980, Vol. VII, No. 4

19. Fraternity, Official Organ of the Hungarian Reformed Federation of America, vol. LVII, April, May, June, 1979, No. 2

20. Fraternity, Official Organ of the Hungarian Reformed Federation of America, vol. LVII, July, August, September 1979, No. 3

21. Colonel-Commandant Michal de Kovats, Drillmaster of Washington’s Cavalry by coloman Revesz, 16 pages (xerox copy)

22. American Bicentennial Series, Bookmark No. 2, Col. Michael Kovats of Hungary, 1724-1779 (2 copies)

23. Pamphlet, A Brief History of the Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina

24. Budapest International Fair Centre Bulletin, 1978, No. 1

25. Hungary 78, A yearbook

26. Information on Hungary, September 30, 1982

27. Hungary in Figures, 1977 and 1979

28. Business Guide, Hungary

29. Hungarian Foreign Trade, 1979, No. 4

30. Hungarian Exporter, Periodical of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce, 1983, Vol. 33, No. 1 January; No. 4 April; No. 5 May; No. 6 June;; No. 7-8 July-August

31. Outline of the Hungarian Tax System (xerox copy)

32. King Ludwig II, His Life-His End by Julius Desing, c. 1974

33. Postcard of the Hungarian Crown, Assembled in the 12th century

34. Hungarian Creative Energy for the World, 1982 World’s Fair, Knoxville, Tennessee

35. Pamphlets about the Breeding of Horses, Chickens, and Pigs in Babolna, Hungary

BEREY, ALEX, COLLECTION

BOX 2

Folder

1. Illustrious Immigrants, The Intellectual Migration from Europe, 1930-41 by Laura Fermi

2. A Sociological analysis of a Hungarian-American Community, A Thesis by John Horton Allen, August 1951

3. Committee for Human Rights in Central Europe

4. Fact, Volume One, Issue Four, July-August 1964

5. American Party, John Schmitz Fights for George Wallace

6. The Full Story, Tragic Facts, Why Huey Long was Killed by Denis Flynn, n.d.

7. The Life of Huey Pierce Long by Harvey G. Fields, c. 1944

8. Funeral Oration Delivered Over the Grave of Huey Pierce Long by Gerald L. K. Smith, September 12, 1935

9. Memorial Address by Harvey G. Fields, delivered at Marksville, Louisiana September 2, 1945

10. Patch for Huey P. Long’s Share Our Wealth Society

11. Christmas Card from Huey P. Long and Family, 1929

12. "Long Shot, Assailant Slain," The Times-Picayune, September 9, 1935

13. "Senator’s Body to Lie in State," States-Times, September 10, 1935

14. "Huey Long Political Machine is Left Without a Rudder," The New Orleans Item, September 10, 1935

15. "He Always Walked in Front-O’Connor (Huey Long Article), The Times-Picayune, September 7, 1975

16. Twin Aunts of Huey P. Long Celebrate 90th Birthdays, The Winnfield News-American, July 25, 1952

17. Official Program of Inaugural Ceremonies, May 11, 1948 (Earl K. Long)

18. Program of Unveiling of Bronze Statue at Winnfield, July 4, 1963 (Earl K. Long)

19. Portraits of Huey P. Long; (2) 8" x 10"; (1) 6 ¼ x 7 3/4" on cardboard; (1) 4 ¼ x 6" on cardboard and signed by Huey P. Long

20. Five 8" x 10" Photographs-One with Huey P. Long standing with a group of men; one with a group of men standing by the front doors of the New State Capitol; One with a man being sworn in-Earl Long is standing at the right of the picture; One with two men shaking hands; and One with two men standing at a microphone

21. "Quotable Quotes," Gathered by Alex J. Berey During the Past 50 Years

BEREY, ALEX, COLLECTION

BOX 3

Folder

1. Brochure, Historic Downtown Hammond, 1983

2. Draft, Tangipahoa Parish Coastal Zone Management Program

3. An Economic Analysis of the Louisiana Strawberry Industry by Jagjit S. Brar and Wayne L. Sterling, Center for Business and Economic Research, College of Business, Southeastern Louisiana University, February 1980

4. Same as Above (Copy 2)

5. An Assessment of Prehistoric Cultural Resources Within The Coastal Zone of Tangipahoa Parish by Coastal Environments, Inc., August 1983

6. Same as Above (Copy 2)

7. Same as Above (Copy 3)

8. Same as Above (Copy 4)

9. Same as Above (Copy 5)

10. Same as Above (Copy 6)

11. Same as Above (Copy 7)

BEREY, ALEX, COLLECTION

BOX 4 Newspapers-- Denham Springs News

Folder

1. 1929-August 29; October 24, No. 32 (2 copies), 24, No. 33, 31, November 7, 14 (2 copies), 21 (2 copies), 28; December 5, 12, 19 (2 copies), 26

2. 1930-January 2; February 6, 20 (2 copies), 27; March 6, 20, 27; April 10 (2 copies), 24 (2 copies); May 1, 29; June 12, 26; July 3, 17, 24, 31; August 14 (2 copies), 21 (3 copies), 28 (2 copies); September 4 (2 copies); October 23, 30; November 6, 13, 20 (2 copies), 27; December 4, 11, 18, 25

3. 1931-January 1, 8, 15, 22; February 5, 19, 26; March 5,, 26; April 2, 9, 16 (2 copies), 23, 30; May 1, 14, 21 (2 copies), 28; June 4, 18, 25; July 2, 9 (2 copies), 16, 30; August 6, 13, 27; September 3 (3 copies), 10, 17 (2 copies), 24; October 1 (3 copies), 8, 15, 22, 29; November 19, 26; December 10, 17, 24, 31

4. 1932-January 14 (2 copies), 21, 28 (2 copies); February 4 (2 copies), 18, 25; March 3, 10, 17, 24 (2 copies), 31 (2 copies); April 7, 21, 28; May 5, 7, 12 (2 copies), 19, 26; June 2 ( 2 copies), 9, 16 (2 copies), 23, 30; July 7; August 4, 11 (2 copies), 18; September 1, 8, 15 (2 copies), 22

5. 1933-January 16 (2 copies), February 2, 23 (2 copies); March 9 (2 copies); March 23; June 29; July 20

6. 1935-September 12, 19

7. 1937-April 1, 8, 22 (2 copies), 29; May 13, 20, 27; June 3, 10, 17, 24; August 5, 12, 19, 26; September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; December 2, 9, 23, 30

8. 1938-January 6, 13, 20, 27; May 12; June 30; July 7, 14, 21, 28; August 4, 11, 18, 25; September 1, 22; October 13, 20, 27; November 3, 10, 17, 24; December 8, 15, 22, 29

9. 1939-March 9, 23; April 20; June 29; July 6; August 3, 10, 17; September 29

BEREY, ALEX, COLLECTION

BOX 5

Folder

1. Photograph of Earl K. Long dated 2/24/40 and inscribed "To my good loyal cousin Jessie Nugent, Sincere Regards, Earl Long, Gov. of La." (11" x 14")

2. Photographs (13) 5" x 7"; (5) 8" x 10"; and (1) 4" x 9 ½"

3. Photographs-Framed drawing of Dr. Lucius McGehee, founder of Southeastern College done for the book Louisiana Leaders by Isabel Lovel of Louisiana Pen Women (11" x 14")

4. Holy Bible, written in the front is "Mrs. Mona Fenner"