Tom Anderson Collection

Box 1

Folder 1: Newspaper articles

1.      Newspaper-The Daily Star, Hammond LA, Wednesday, March 5, 2008, Volume 49, No. 81

2.      Copy of newspaper article-“I Remember Little Joe…”, The Salem Speedway News, September 25, 1954

3.      2 page copy of newspaper article-“Slain Marshal is Buried at Centreville” (article about death of John Gordon Anderson), The Daily Courier, May 17, 1933, Volume II, No. 26

4.      copy of newspaper photograph-Seventh Ward Judge Edward Dufreche, Gordon Anderson Jr., and Judge Leon Ford III, February 12, 1976

5.      2 copies of newspaper photograph-Judge Leon Ford administered oath of office to Brent Dufreshe and Gordon Anderson, Jr., February 11, 1976

6.      copy of newspaper article-“Rites for Slain Policeman Held: Marshal Anderson’s Body Taken to Mississippi for Burial”

7.      copy of newspaper article-“Gunman Battles Until Felled by Shots as Police Close Upon Him”

8.      Newspaper article- “Anderson named one of N.O.’s top athletes,” Sunday Star, April 17, 1994 

 

Folder 2: Flying Charlie McDermott

1.      3 page typed document-A Brief Biography of Charles McDermott, Founder of Dermott, Arkansas

2.      8x10 black and white photograph-Hettie, Ben Anderson, Gordon’s Brother; July 6, 1899; Smylie Anderson’s Ball club

3.      12 typed pages-Articles About Dermott-125 Years of History Woven Into A Short Story by Abbott F. Kinney, published on February 17, 1952

4.      9 page typed document-The Dermott News, May 27, 1970 (Vol. 61, #36)-January 30, 1974 (Vol. 65, #18)-contains documents of US Patent Office-Improvements of Cotton-Picking Machines and an Apparatus for navigating the air (2 copies)

5.      1 page typed letter-to Marshall M. Snyder from Russell P. Baker-letter about the enclosed newspaper file; February 8, 1996 (file not attached to document)

6.      Dermott’s First Permanent Settler (historical marker)-Dr. Charles McDermott


Folder 3: Copies of Handwritten Letters

1.      Letter to Mrs. Porter from Victor “Gordon” Anderson, Jr.-regarding copies of newspaper articles of relative killed in the line of duty; October 19, 1992

2.      Letter to Louise from Gordon Anderson-regarding a correspondence from grandfather Gordon Anderson that was dated on July 27; October 19, 1992

3.      Letter to Gordon from Louise-regarding family history; attached-genealogy chart of the Anderson, Conyers, and Way families

4.      Letter to the mayor of Hammond from Louise Hubbard-regarding the death of Gordon Anderson, July 27, 1992 (2 copies);  attached- copy of envelope and typed letter to Louise Hubbard from Robyn Porter (2 copies)

 

Folder 4: Marshal James Gordon Anderson gun death, May 15, 1933

1.      4x6 black and white photograph-James Gordon Anderson (on back is genealogy notes)

2.      Newspaper-The Daily Progress, Hammond, LA, Monday, February 1, 1937, Vol. V, No. 221

3.      Newspaper article-“Slain Marshal is Buried at Centreville” (article about death of John Gordon Anderson), The Daily Courier, May 17, 1933, Volume II, No. 26

4.      4 small newspaper articles regarding the death of John Gordon Anderson

 

Folder 5: Genealogy Records

1.      Genealogy chart-starts with Henry Way (2 copies)

2.      2 page typed correspondence from Antoinette Anderson Yokum-regarding Sarah E. Anderson Heirs, June 1984

3.      7 page typed document-Heirs of Sarah E. Anderson, June 1984 (2 copies)

4.      4 page typed document-Sarah E. Anderson Heirs, September 10, 1978 (2 copies); attached-handwritten note

 

Folder 6: Maps

1.      Gloster Quadrangle, Mississippi (15 minute series)-US Department of the Interior Geological Survey-maps depicts geographical layout of the land

2.      Woodville Quadrangle, Mississippi (15 minute series)-US Department of the Interior Geological Survey-maps depicts geographical layout of the land

3.      General Highway map-Wilkinson County Mississippi, prepared by Mississippi State Highway Department Transportation Planning Division, 1984

 

Folder 7: Photographs

1.      5x7 black and white photograph-Mary McCraine Anderson, wife of slain Marshall James Gordon Anderson

2.      3x5 black and white photograph-Sidney Bowman, H.H.S. All State Q.B. and U.S. Olympian Triple Jump, brother to Admiral Bowman Olympian

3.      8x10 color photograph-unidentified elderly man

4.      8x10 black and white photograph-Hammond High Football Team, 1926; attached-names of the coach and players

5.      11x14 black and white photograph-Hammond High Football Team, 1926

 

Folder 8: Miscellaneous

1.      Postcard-to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Anderson

2.      Laminated prayer card with obituary attached-John A. McCraine, 1964

3.      Typed letter-to Victor Gordon Anderson from John H. Rice; subject-Oil, Gas, and Mineral Lease, Sarah E. Anderson Heirs, Harrison County, Mississippi; June 4, 1984; Oil, Gas, and Mineral Lease-Victor Gordon Anderson, June 4, 1984 (2); attached-envelope that contained the materials previously mentioned

4.      Newspaper photograph-Vic Anderson

5.      3 page typed document-Articles of Partnership, Victor G. Anderson and Joseph A. Sims, 1943

6.      4 page typed document-Contract for Lease and Option to Purchase, State of LA, Parish of Tangipahoa; document involves-Lula Pearson (Pierson) Ashley, Ivy W. Ashley, Mildred Ashley Verberg, Herman E. Ashley, Victor G. Anderson, Juliana Graves, and Joseph A. Sims, October 30, 1943

7.      2 page typed document-Oil, Gas, and Mineral Lease-Victor Gordon Anderson and Edna White Anderson, February 6, 1984 (2)

8.      4 page typed document-Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution-Antoinette Anderson Yokum, July 30, 1980

 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous

1.      Handwritten letter-from Gordon Anderson, September 20, 1910

2.      Newspaper articles-“Nathan B. Tycer, 60, Succumbs Friday Morn After Long Illness”; “Former Football Stars”; “The One-Legged Man”

3.      Printed email correspondences-to Marshall Snyder and Sharon Lambert from Tom Anderson, subject-Charles McDermott, July 11, 2001

4.      Printed flyer-“Andersonville, LA. 70401 (Don’t laugh-It Could be Your Home Town)-Some Facts Voters Should Know” (3)

5.      Printed flyer-“Fillups (with) Billups Ticket You the Taxpayers Pay! Pay! Pay! And Pay! The “King maker” Gets Fatter”

6.      Printed email correspondences-to Perry Snyder from Marshall Snyder, subject-News: Arkansas Celebrates the Aerospace Industry, July 2, 2001

7.      Printed email correspondences-to Perry Snyder from Marshall Snyder, subject-Historical Articles about Dermott, Arkansas, July 2, 2001

 

Folder 10: Anderson Photographs and Letters

1.      2 5x7 black and white photographs-Mary McCraine Anderson, wife of James Gordon Anderson

2.      handwritten letter to Mary (Mrs. G. Anderson) from Kace/Kate Esther, November 2, 1970 (enclosed in envelope)

3.      newspaper article-Death notices-Redheard, Mrs. Esther McCraine

4.      Postcard-John A. McCraine, 1916, WWI, France (from Centerville, MS)

5.      handwritten note-to “Aunt Mary” from J. B. Hughes, September 18, 1969

6.      State Department of Education of Louisiana Elementary School Certificate-J.C. Anderson, May 27, 1926

7.      Handwritten letter

8.      Black and white photograph-Leon McGraw, January 7, 1977

9.      Metal negative-most likely a photograph of Mary McCraine Anderson

 

Folder 11: Family Photographs

1.      3x5 black and white photograph-Vic

2.      3x5 black and white photograph-Vick Anderson

3.      4x6 color photograph-Grand Opening of “Country Market”, Ponchatoula, LA, July 3, 1973

4.      ripped black and  white photograph-Victor G. Anderson football picture, 1928

5.      3x5 black and white photographs-Victor Gordon Anderson, Sr. June 14, 1960

6.      3x5 black and white photographs-Victor Gordon Anderson, Sr. June 14, 1960

7.      3x5 black and white photographs-Victor Gordon Anderson, Sr. June 14, 1960

8.      4x4 color photograph- Tom, Vic, and Gordon Anderson, 1973 Hammond Mayor race (Tom lost in runoff by 42 votes to incumbent Sam Saik after lead in first primary, 178 votes from winning in first primary

9.      4x6 black and white photograph-Daddy-man cutting grass, August 1959

10.  circular black and white photograph-Victor Gordon Anderson, Born April 8, 1909, Centerville, MS

11.  4x7 black and white photograph-Joe Gayle Vic Anderson

12.  3x5 color photograph-family photograph-Tom Anderson and children-Ashley, Joseph, and Webb, circa 1988

13.  3x6 black and white photograph-Huey Long’s grave

14.  3x6 black and white photograph-Huey Long’s grave

15.  3x5 black and white photograph-Hunt at Galva Club, Manchac, LA., November 12, 1955

16.  2x3 black and white photograph-Dermott Anderson, WWII

17.  3x5 black and white photograph-Mary Gordon Anderson Jenkins, born August 11, 1913, died November 11, 1980; 1923

18.  3x6 black and white photograph-men swimming-note on back-“To Mrs. McGehee, The water is fine wish you were here”; Dermott Anderson during World War II with friends

19.  3x6 black and white photograph-Winnifred Aurora Anderson, daughter of Victor and Edna, circa 1939

20.  4x6 black and white photograph-Benjamin McDermott Anderson, born January 23, 1916; photograph taken during World War II

21.  3x6 black and white photograph-Joseph Thomas Anderson, 6 months

22.  circular black and white photograph-John A McCraine

23.  circular black and white photograph-Annaleese Anderson

24.  4x6 color photograph-Daddy O Easter 1959

25.  4x6 black and white photograph-Tom Anderson (bottom left), Edna/mom (top left), sister, Mary Virginia (Hix) and mother Winnie Gayle White and Susan Sziszak

26.  3x6 black and white photograph-Easter Sunday at Whites 1939

27.  4x6 black and white photograph-Vic Anderson with wife Edna (left) and son Tom (on tricycle) with Edna’s mother, Winnie Gayle White (right); (left to right)-Ellen White, Sherry White, Gloria White (mother of Sherry) and son Ronnie (in lap)

28.  4x6 black and white photograph-Tom Anderson with his dad Vic and mother Edna, with eldest sister Amelie and mother Winnie Gayle White

29.  4x6 color photograph-Vic Anderson and Edna with Joseph Anderson and Allison Crim

30.  4x6 color photograph-Vic and Tom Anderson

31.  4x6 color photograph-Vic, Tom, and Edna Anderson with niece Elizabeth Reno

32.  4x4 color photograph-Edna Anderson

33.  4x6 color photograph-“My mama and daddy, Easter 1959”

34.  4x6 black and white photograph-Betty Stine Patenotte, L.T. Patenotte, and Edna Anderson on the beach

35.  4x6 black and white photograph-people sitting on a lawn-at Starvation Landing, Edna Anderson behind lawnmower looking east to Lake Pontchartrain on South Pass Manchac-Fritz Murray Camp; in background is Lake Pontchartrain

36.  4x6 black and white photograph-Edna Anderson, Florida

37.  4x6 black and white photograph-Edna Anderson

38.  4x6 color photograph-Vic and Edna Anderson, Daytona Beach, Florida

39.  4x6 black and white photograph-Vic and Edna Anderson

40.  3x6 black and white photograph-Vic and Edna Anderson with “pointer dogs”, 1941

41.  4x6 color photograph-unidentified man and woman

42.  4x6 color photograph-Edna, Vic, Gordon, and Vickie Anderson

43.  4x6 color photograph-Joseph Thomas Anderson age 1 ½ years

44.  4x6 color photograph-Tommy Anderson and J.T. A., age 1 ½ years

45.  4x6 color photograph-Irene, Vicki, Daddy, Gordon, mama, Doots, Tom and Rusty, Easter 1959

46.  4x6 black and white photograph-Mom and Tom, Spring 1959

47.  4x6 black and white photograph-Vicky, Jim Wasson, Tom, and Doots

48.  4x6 black and white photograph-Gordon Anderson holding Tom Anderson

49.  4x6 color photograph-Vick Anderson, Edna Anderson, Winnie Mae Anderson, Gordon Anderson, and Tom Anderson

50.  4x6 color photograph-Doots Anderson, Vickie Anderson, Gordon Anderson, and Tom Anderson

51.  4x6 black and white photograph-Jim Wasson, Gordon, Tom, and Doots 1962

52.  4x6 color photograph-Vick Anderson, Edna Anderson, Gordon Anderson, Tom Anderson, and Winnie Mae Anderson

53.  4x6 black and white photograph-Vick, Edna, Doots, Vicky, Gordon, Tom Anderson

54.  4x6 black and white photograph-Vick, Gordon, and Tom Anderson

55.  4x6 black and white photograph-Tom (as a child) running crab nets and cane pole to catch skip jack to bait trot line

56.  4x6 black and white photograph-Gordon, unknown, Vickie, and Doots

57.  4x6 black and white photograph-Christmas 1963-Vic Anderson family

58.  4x6 color photograph-Vickie Anderson, Edna Anderson, Vic Anderson, Winniefred “Doots” Anderson, Gordon Jr. Anderson, and Tom Anderson

59.  4x6 color photograph-Vickie, Mama, Daddy, Doots, Gordon, Mama Mary, and Tom-Easter 1959

60.  4x6 black and white photograph-Vick, Edna, Doots, Vicky, Gordon, and Tom Anderson, Easter 1961

61.  4x6 black and white photograph-Vic, Edna, Doots, Vickie, and Gordon

62.  4x6 black and white photograph-Jim Wasson and Tom Anderson wearing boxing gloves

63.  4x6 black and white photograph-Tom Anderson as a child-Ponchatoula Centennial celebration

64.  booklet-“Album Prints”-Easter 1952-photographs of: Gloria and Travis; Mrs. Winnie White and 8 children (Amelie, Winnie Mae, Edna, Beale, Norwood, Gayle, Travis; Mary Va. White Sziszak (somewhat illegible) and Rebecca; Mrs. N. J. White and 8 children and 5 grandchildren; Edna Anderson and 4 children (Doots, Vicky, Gordon, and Tom); Mrs. N. J. White and 5 grandchildren (Doots, Vicky, Gordon, and Tom Anderson), Becky Sziszak (somewhat illegible); Edna White Anderson; Vic and Edna W. Anderson and 4 children

 

Folder 12a: Receipts, Documents, and Personal Letters of James Gordon Anderson

(Typed correspondences)

1.      copy of cover of the box that held the contents of folders 12a,12b, and 12c-contains rough sketch of genealogy  of the Anderson’s

2.      to: Mary Anderson, from: Henry Gillespie, May 28, 1936

3.      to: J.G. Anderson, from: E. Barnett, April 8, 1916-envelope found after letter

4.      to: E. Barnette, from: The Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad Company, April 13, 1916

5.      to: T.H. Cutrer, from: W.D. Owens, May 1, 1936

6.      to: W. D. Anderson, from: E. Barnett, November 9, 1915-envelope found after letter

7.      to: Clerk of Court, Wilkinson County, from: Henry Gillespie, May 11, 1936

8.      to: Mary Anderson, from: W. M. Gray, May 25, 1936-envelope found after letter

9.      to: J. Gordon Anderson, from: G.A. Bardley, August 14, 1936 (2 pages)

10.  to: Vic Anderson, from: Burrell J. Carter, March 28, 1988

11.  to: Vic Anderson, from: Bernie W. Bierman, July 6, 1928-envelope found after letter

12.  to: Mary Anderson, from: Henry Gillespie, May 12, 1936; attached-statement of Mary McCraine Anderson, April 28, 1936

 

Folder 12b: Receipts, Documents, and Personal Letters of James Gordon Anderson

(Handwritten letters)

1.      handwritten list written on Hammond Sanitarium and Cottage Colony letterhead-envelope found after letter

2.      to: Gordon Anderson, from: Edna (or Eva?)-envelope found after letter, November 19, 1920

3.      to: Gordon Anderson, from: R. E. Craig, Jr., January 21, 1914 (2 pages)-envelope found after letter

4.      Gayle Anderson, June 24, 1936

5.      to: Mary McCraine, from: Gordon-envelope found after letter, October 24, 1906

6.      to: Mary (Mrs. J. Gordon Anderson), from Auntie A.E.A.-envelope found after letter, June 12, 1933

7.      to: Mary Anderson, from: M. L. White, November 21, 1946-envelope found after letter

8.      to: Mary Anderson, from: Eva-envelope found after letter, May 28, 1936

9.      to: “my dear wife”, from: Vic, May 21, 1947 (3 pages)

10.  to: “my dear wife”, from: Vic, May 22, 1947 (2 pages)

11.  to: “my dear wife”, from: Vic, May 23, 1947 (2 pages)-envelope found after letter

12.  to: “dady”

13.  from: Mary

14.  to: Gordon, from: Aunt Sarah, December 25, 1916

15.  to: “Dady”, from: Victor Anderson, November 1916

16.  to: Gordon Anderson, from: Charles, August 18, 1929

17.  to: Mary, from: Eva (3 pages)

18.  handwritten note with an address on it-G.A. McDermott

19.  to: “Daddy”, from: J. C. Anderson

20.  to: “Grandpa”, from: Joseph Clark Anderson, September 3, 1907

21.  to: Mary, from: Gordon Anderson

22.  to: Mary, from: Gordon-envelope found after letter

23.  to: Mary McCraine, from: J. G. A.

24.  to: Mr. Anderson, from: Mary-envelope found after letter

25.  3x5 black and white photograph-Dick and Antoinette Anderson

26.  to: Gordon, from: illegible name, November 6, 1906-envelope found after letter

27.  to: Gordon Anderson, from: Mary McCaine, September 11, 1906-envelope found after letter

28.  to: Mary McCaine, from: Gordon Anderson, November 6, 1906

29.  to: Mary, from: Gordon, August 14, 1906-envelope found after letter

30.  to: Mary, from: Gordon-envelope found after letter

31.  to: “my darling”, from: Gordon-envelope found after letter

32.  to: “my darling Mary”, from: Gordon

33.  to: Mary, from: Gordon (2 pages)

34.  postcards:

a.       to: J.G. Anderson, from: A.R.C.

b.      to: Gordon Anderson, from: Sam-postcard of Race Track-Gainesvile, Tex.

c.       to: Gordon Anderson, from: S.E.A.-postcard of the Smithsonian Institution

d.      to: Mrs. J.G. Anderson, from: S.E.A.-postcard of sheep

e.       to: Mrs. Gordon Anderson

f.       to: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Anderson-postcard of congratulations

g.      Mr. and Mrs. Tom Summer, Aunt Metella Montgomery Beckham, Mary M. Anderson

 

Folder 12c: Receipts, Documents, and Personal Letters of James Gordon Anderson

(Receipts, Poll Taxes, and Miscellaneous Documents)

1.      Obituary-Edna White Anderson

2.      McCain and Cate Insurance Invoice-Mary W. Anderson, March 8, 1967

3.      McCain and Cate Insurance Invoice-Mrs. Gordon Anderson, October 24, 1967

4.      United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company-McCain and Cate, Inc.-Insurance Form-Mary W. Anderson, May 8, 1967; attached-Dwelling and Contents Form

5.      Typed will between Thomas Kernon DeLee and J. Gordon Anderson, 1921

6.      Newspaper article-announcement of engagement of Antoinette Mitchell Anderson

7.      Newspaper article-“Today’s Talk: Cosmic Law” by George Matthew Adams

8.      Newspaper articles-“Former McComb Woman Honored”; “Italian Consul to be Entertained Here”; “First Clinic to be Held in Ponchatoula”

9.      Newspaper article-“Meet the President: Cume Anderson”

10.  Poll Tax Receipts-1914-1951 (32)

11.  2 2x3 black and white photographs-unidentified man and woman

12.  circular black and white photograph-Victor Gordon Anderson, April 8, 1909

13.  Pamphlet-“Straight Thinking-America’s New Trend” by James W. Fifield, Jr.

14.  Program-Commencement Exercises of Edward McGehee College for Girls, May 21-25, 1909

15.  U.S. Bureau of Public Roads Cooperating with the Louisiana Highway Commission-Passenger Car Data

16.  Scottish Union and National Insurance Company-Standard Windstorm Policy-J. Gordon Anderson, May 11, 1923; attached-General Form

17.  Marriage License-State of Mississippi, Wilkinson County-James Gordon Anderson and Mary V. McCraine, November 20, 1906

18.  State of Mississippi Marriage Certificate-James Gordon Anderson and Mary V. McCraine, November 21, 1906

19.  Typed will-to M.L. Harvey, May 10, 1951

20.  Check-J. Gordon Anderson, July 9, 1921

21.  Water Meter Deposit Receipt-Mrs. Gordon  Anderson, February 20, 1945

22.  City of Hammond, La., Water Department Water Ending-Mrs. Gordon Anderson, December 15, 1947

23.  Hammond Ice, Light, and Bottling Co., Ltd. receipt-J. Gordon Anderson

24.  Envelopes to Mr. J. Gordon Anderson-1906-1967 (5)

25.  Cloth banner that reads “Love One Another

 

Folder 13: Newspapers, Genealogy, and Miscellaneous Handwritten/Typed Documents

1.      Copy of newspaper article-“Centennial Celebration of Old Bethany Church, Established by Rev. James Smylie”, The Daily Picayune, October 18, 1908

2.      Copy of newspaper article- “Home Where Audubon Taught To Be Displayed”, Times Picayune, February 23, 1941 (2)

3.      Copy of 5 page document-“Shrines of Tomorrow” by Carl McIntire

4.      Copy of newspaper article- “PTA Congress Salutes Oldest Living Founder Now Residing in East: Mrs. Hughes, Now 83, Served as President From 1917-22” (2)

5.      Copy of obituary and prayer-B.W. Anderson (2)

6.      Copy of 1 page document-Notes of Interest-about Sarah Anderson (2)

7.      Copy of obituary, prayer, and death notice-Benjamin Way Anderson (2)

8.      Copy of newspaper article- “Pages From An Old Scrap Book by Anabel Power: The Smylie Family in America 1776-1935” (part 1) by Kate Markham Power, March 12, 1950

9.      Copy of newspaper article- “Pages From An Old Scrap Book by Anabel Power: The Smylie Family in America 1776-1935” (part 2) by Kate Markham Power, March 19, 1950

10.  Copy of obituary-Joseph Way Anderson, Sr.

11.  Copy of newspaper article-“Scenes from our History: Rotary Outing” (C. R. Anderson, 9th from left in photograph)

12.  Handwritten note about Centreville, MS Newman Funeral Home, Anderson plot

13.  Handwritten letter-to Antoinette, August 1

14.  Typed resolutions-Oliver M. Anderson, Centreville, MS, December 8, 1916

15.  Copy of handwritten letter-Antoinette Yokum from Annie Laurie Anderson Whitaker, July 2, 1974

16.  1 page typed document-Old Smiley Cemetery, from Annie Laurie Anderson Whitaker, July 1, 1974

17.  Louisiana Genealogical Register, March 1975, submitted by Mrs. Walter E. Haase-Smith, Montgomery, and Sims Cemetery

18.  2 page typed document-Terrell Cemetery, Smylie Cemetery, and J.H. Bramlett Cemetery-Cemetery and Bible Records, Volume VI

19.  Copy of handwritten document

20.  Copy of pedigree chart-Ozenne family

21.  Copy of pages from the Census of Pointe Coupee Louisiana 1745

22.  Copy of excerpt taken from “In Old Natchez” by Catherine Van Court

23.  Copies of various biographies-John Anderson, William Waye, Henry Smith, James Smylie, David Anderson, DeCuir family members, D’Arsensbourg family, and MacDemort(t)/MacDermon family

24.  3 page document-Oaklawn Cemetery Records, Centreville, MS, 1973

 

Folder 14: Family Mementos

1.      Resident Hunting License-Gordon Anderson, September 28, 1931

2.      Newspaper article-“Shower Given Saturday Night for Miss Anderson”

3.      Handwritten letter and envelope-to the “bride and groom” from “Mama Mary”, August 3, 1973

 

Folder 15: School Records

1.      Tom Anderson’s report cards from grades 3-10-1958-1969 (9)

 

Box 2

Folder 1: Correspondence: between J. G. Anderson and wife Mary Anderson and family in 1906-1935

1.       Letter to Mr. J. Gordon Anderson from wife Mary. Postmarked March 10, 1921

2.      Letter from Gordon Anderson to “Dearest girl”, from Leeland MS. Dated “Tues. at 7:16pm.

3.      Letter to Mr. J. G. Anderson from wife Mary. Letters dated May 12, 1921. Postmarked Feb. 9, 1921.

4.      Letter to Gordon Anderson from wife Mary. Dated “Wednesday pm.”

5.      Letter to Mr. J.G. Anderson from wife Mary. Attached letter from son, Victor Gordon Anderson. Postmarked Feb. 4, 1921.

6.      Letter dated Aug. 16 from Mary to Mr. J.G. Anderson

7.      Letter from J.G. Anderson to Victor Anderson. Written on Hammond Hardware and Supply Co. stationary. Undated.

8.      Letter to Mr. J.G. Anderson to from wife Mary. Postmarked Apr. 18, 1921.

9.      Letter to J.G. Anderson from wife Mary. Dated May 1921.

10.  Letter to Mrs. Mary Anderson from J.G. Anderson. Postmarked Sept. 12 1918 from Baton Rouge, LA.

11.  Letter dated Dec. 11 1916, unaddressed.

12.  Letter to Gordon Anderson from wife Mary. Undated.

13.  Letter to Gordon Anderson from wife Mary. Undated.

14.  Letter to Gordon Anderson from wife Mary. Undated.

15.  Letter to “Daddy” from Mary Anderson. Undated.

16.  Letter to Mr. Vick Anderson from “Ved”. Postmarked Jul. 27, 1935.

17.  Letter to Mr. Victor Anderson in Hammond Louisiana, Letter dated Aug. 31 1924.

18.  Letter to J.G Anderson of Centerville MS. From his wife Mary. Enclosed are:

a.    Letter to “Daddy” from Mary Anderson

b.    Letter to “Daddy” to “Daddy” from son Dermatt

c.     Letter to J. Gordon Anderson from David C. Bramlette. Dated Dec. 31, 1925

19.   Letter to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from “Mama”. Postmarked March 25, 1932.

20.  Letter to Masters J.C and Victor Anderson. From Grandfather, Dr. S.S. Anderson.

21.  Letter to Mr. J.G. Anderson, postmarked Mar. 5, 1921. Enclosed are:

a.       Letter to “Daddy” from son, Demott Anderson

b.      Letter to Gordon from wife Mary

22.   Letter addressed to Mr. Victor Anderson of Gulport MS. From his mother Mary Anderson.

23.  Letter to Mr. J. Gordon Anderson of Woodville, MS from son Victor Anderson. Updated.

24.  Letter of Recommendation for Mr. J.G Anderson from the President of the Centerville Bank.

25.  Letter from Gordon Anderson to his wife Mary Anderson. Postmarked Apr. 8, 1925.

26.  Letter to “Daddy and Mommy” from their son Victor Anderson, not dated.

27.  Incomplete letter to Gordon Anderson from Mary Anderson.

28.  Letter addressed to a Miss Mary McCraine from Gordon Anderson. Dated May 21st 1906.

29.  Letter addressed to Mr. J.G Anderson from wife Mary Anderson postmarked Sept. 9th 1910.

30.  Letter to Gordon Anderson from son Victor dated Aug. 12, 1919.

31.   Letter to Mary from Gordon. Undated.

32.  Incomplete letter. Undated and Unsigned.

33.  Incomplete letter to Mary from Gordon Anderson.

34.  Letter to “J.Q. and Vic” from Gordon Anderson.

35.  Letter to Mary Anderson from husband Gordon Anderson. Dated Aug. 26, 1917.

36.  Letter to Gordon Anderson from wife Mary. Postmarked May 12, 1910.

37.  Letter to Gordon Anderson from “Mama” Undated.

38.  Incomplete letter in Mary Anderson’s hand. Undated.

39.  Letter to Mary Anderson from husband Gordon, dated Sept. 20 1920.

40.  Letter addressed to Mary Anderson. Undated and unsigned

41.  Letter to Mary and Gordon Anderson from “Aunt Sarah” dated Oct. 27 1919.

42.  Letter to Mrs. J. G. Anderson from “Mama”. Postmarked Mar. 11 1920.

43.  Letter to Gordon Anderson, sender unknown and undated.

44.  Letter to Gordon Anderson from wife Mary. Sent from Baton Rouge undated.

45.  Envelope addressed to Mrs. J.G. Anderson in Centerville MS.

46.  Letter to Mary and children from husband Gordon Anderson. Undated.

47.  Unaddressed Letter headed “Tuesday Night”

48.  Letter to wife Mary from Gordon dated Dec. 7, 1916.

49.  Letter dated Sept. 13 1910 from Hammond, LA.

50.  Letter to Mrs. J.G. Anderson from husband Gordon Anderson. Postmarked Aug. 27th 1917.

51.  Letter to Gordon and Mary Anderson from son Victor Anderson.

52.  Letter to Mrs. J.G. Anderson from J.A Hughes, postmarked Feb. 19, 1930. Enclosed are:

a.       Letter to Mary dated Feb. 18th 1930

b.      Newspaper Article entitled “Mrs. Hughes talks to woman’s culture club”.

c.       Letter to Mary Anderson from brother Pte. J.A. McCraine. Dated April 2, 1919 from Base Hospital #208 in Bordeaux, France.

53.  Letters addressed to Mr. J. Gordon Anderson from son Victor Anderson. Postmarked Jan. 27th 1928.

 

Folder 2: Correspondence from 1933

1.      Letter from Emma to Mary Anderson, no date.

2.      Letter from Bill to Mary Anderson, May 1933

3.      Letter from Ed and Kathleen to Mary Anderson. Dated May 18th, 1933

4.      Card from Tommy McPeak to Mary Anderson, no date.

5.      Telegram from Alonzo to Mary Anderson. Dated May 10th 1933.

6.      Telegraph from Beulah and Billy Delcourt to Anderson family. Dated May 16th 1933.

7.      Telegram from Helen S. Smith to Dermott Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

8.      Telegram from B. Field to Victor Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

9.      Telegram from Frances and Tilghman to Victor Anderson. Dated May 17th 1933.

10.  Telegram from Luther Montgomery to Anderson family. Dated May 16th 1933.

11.  Telegram from Luther Montgomery to Anderson family. Dated May 16th 1933.

12.  Telegram from Leonard Collins to Anderson family. Dated May 16th, 1933.

13.  Telegram from Tom Baker to Victor Baker. Dated May 16th 1933.

14.  Telegram from Kappa Sigma Fraternity to Mary Anderson. Dated 16th 1933.

15.  Telegram from Lillie Bell Townsend to Mary Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

16.  Telegram from Nick Felsher to Mary Anderson. Dated May, 16th 1933.

17.  Telegram from “Case and Edith” to Mary Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

18.  Letter to Anderson family from “Mama”.

19.  Letter from “Mrs. Holley” to Mary Anderson . May 19th 1933.

20.  Card from Evid Lions to Mary Anderson. Dated May 17th 1933.

21.  Telegram from Adeline to Mary Anderson. May 16th 1933.

22.  Letter5 from “Joy” to Mary Anderson. Dated May 17th 1933.

23.  Card from Verina and Bobbie to Mary Anderson.

24.  Telegram from William Haghes to Anderson family. May 16th 1933.

25.  Letter from Pat Russell to Victor Anderson. May 14th 1933.

26.  Letter from Victor, Edna, Dvots, Vickie and Gordon to Mary Anderson. July 18th 1949.

27.  Telegram from Johnnie Ellis to Mary Anderson. May 16th 1933.

28.  Letter from Ms. Melella to Mary Anderson. June 17th 1933.

29.  Letter from Jack Anderson to Mary Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

30.  Letter from Paine to Mary Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

31.  Card from Bill, Edith , and Mary Florence to Mary Anderson. Dated May 17th 1933.

32.  Letter from Anna Belle to Mary Anderson. Dated May 22nd 1933.

33.  Letter from Sister and Aunt Jamie to Mary Anderson. May 16th 1933.

34.  Letter from Beatrice  to Victor Anderson. May 25th.

35.  Card from Gladys Storm to Mary Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933

36.  Letter from Mallie Lou to Mary Anderson. Dated May 22nd 1933

37.  Letter from Nelda to Dermott Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

38.  Letter from Helen Till to Mary Anderson. Dated May 22nd 1933.

39.  Card from Hardy to Victor Anderson. Dated May 17th 1933.

40.  Telegram from Marguerite Powell to Anderson Family. Dated May 16th 1933.

41.  Letter from Ned to Victor Anderson. Dated May 17th 1933.

42.  Letter from Uncle Charles and Aunt Connie to Mary Anderson. Dated May 25th 1933.

43.  Letter from Helen S. Smith to Dermott Anderson. May 16th 1933.

44.  Letter from Lilla to Mary Anderson. Dated May 25th 1933.

45.  Letter from Toby to Mary Anderson. Dated May 17th 1933.

46.  Card from Bailey to Mary Anderson. Dated May 16th 1933.

47.  Letter from Edmond Joseph to Dr. Anderson. May 16th 1933.

 

Folder 3: Correspondence to Mrs. Gordon Anderson and Correspondence to Mr. J. C. Anderson, 1936.

1.      Poem by Mrs. F.B. Thomas of Hammond, LA.

2.      Letter to Mrs. Gordon Anderson and family from Sarah Anderson postmarked Apr. 25th 1936 from Saucier MS.

3.      Letter to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from “Mama”. Undated.

4.      Sympathy card sent to Mrs. Mary Anderson from Winnie Mae and Elton. Postmarked Apr. 28th 1936 Monroe, LA.

5.      Sympathy cards to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Nelda Jones Sallemod. Postmarked Apr. 25th 1936, Houston, TX.

6.      Sympathy card to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Mrs. C.B. Starkey. Postmarked April 25 1936.

7.      Sympathy card to Mr. and Mrs. Vick Anderson from Bee and Lawrence. Postmarked Apr. 28th 1936 Monroe, LA.

8.      Sympathy card addressed to Mrs. Mary Anderson from Dorthey. Postmarked May 2nd 1936, Del Rio, TX.

9.      Letter to Mary Anderson from Jamie. Postmarked Apr. 28th 1936 from Chattanooga TN.

10.  Letter to Mary Anderson from Aunt Jamie. Dated May 11 1936.

11.  Sympathy card from Mr. Mrs. V.A. Davis to Mrs. Mary Anderson. Postmarked May 1st 1936.

12.  Letter to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Annabel Paine. Postmarked Apr. 25th 1936, Memphis, TN.

13.  Letter to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Mrs. W.D. Anderson. Postmarked Aug. 18th 1936.

14.  Letter to Mrs. Mary Anderson from “Toby”. Postmarked Apr. 30th 1936.

15.  Letter to Mrs. J. Gordon Anderson from Mrs. Kale-Palemer. Postmarked Apr. 25 1936.

16.  Letter on back of a Germany Motor Company receipt, to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Jenice Hughes.

17.  Western Union telegram – Mothers Day Greeting to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Ed Sylvester Jr. and Jud. Dated May 10th 1936.

18.  Letter to Mrs. J. Gordon Anderson from Mary Gordon. Dated April 27th 1935.

19.  Letter to Miss Mary Gordon Anderson from Toby. Dated May 1st 1930.

20.  Letter to Mrs. J. Gordon Anderson and Family from Victory Catherine Neaton. Dated April 25th 1936.

21.  Postal Telegraph to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Iris and Jr. McGehee. Dated April 23rd 1936.

22.  Sympathy Card to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Corinne Alexander. Dated Apr. 27th 1936.

23.  Sympathy card from Mr. Mrs. Ben Gill and Family.

24.  Letter to Mrs. Anderson from Mrs. Holly of the Ladies of Federal Church. Dated Apr. 29th 1936.

25.  Letter to Mrs. Anderson from Mama dated May 8th 1936.

26.  Western Union Telegraph to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Emma. Dated Apr. 23rd 1936.

27.  Letter to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Avil Melella dated Apr. 28th 1936.

28.  Letter to Mrs. Gordon Anderson from Guaranty Bank and Trust Co. of Hammond LA. Dated Jan. 2nd 1947. Enclosed in letter are receipts of used checks.

29.  Western Union Telegraph from “Stevie” to Mrs. Gordon Anderson. Dated April 24th 1936.

30.  Western Union Telegraph from Roy Neal to Mrs. Gordon Anderson dated Apr. 26th 1936.

31.  Western Union Telegraph from Mr. Gideon and Mrs. Mildred to Mrs. Gordon Anderson. Dated Apr. 23rd 1936.

32.  Best wishes floral arrangement card from Mielee Owens to Mr. J.C. Anderson.

33.  Best wishes floral arrangement card from Sidney to Mr. J.C. Anderson.

34.  Get well soon card addressed to Mr. J.C. Anderson from Margarette Catha. Postmarked Apr. 21st 1936.

35.  Get well soon card from Kaithlyne Martin to Mr. J.C. Anderson.

 

Folder 4: Newspapers concerning J. Gordon Anderson’s Death

1.      Daily Courier. May 16th 1933. Two issues.

2.      Daily Courier. Article “Slain Marshal is Buried at Centerville”. Undated.

3.      Article “Tragic Death Ends Career of Officer”. Undated

4.      Times Picayune. “Hammond Marshal Slain with Own Gun”. Dated May 16th 1933.

5.        Daily Courier. May 22nd 1933.

6.      Morning Advocate. Includes article titled “Hammond Night Cop is Killed” May 16th 1933.

7.      Daily Courier. Includes article “J.W. Ellzey is Appointed as Night Officer”. Dated 18th 1933.

8.      The Centerville Jeffersonian. Includes obituary for J. Gordon Anderson, May 19 1933.

9.      Daily Courier. Includes article entitled “Late Marshal Honored by City Court”. Dated May 19th 1933.

10.  Article entitled “Gunman Battles Until Felled By Shots as Police Close Upon Him”. Undated.

11.  Morning Tribune. May 16th 1933.

12.  Daily Courier. May 20th 1933.

13.  Card of thanks section from Mrs. Gordon Anderson.

 

Folder 5: Smith Family

1.      Records of the Rev. Henry Smith (Puritan Pastor) and his family by Jane Tullia Smith Brady

 

Folder 6: Charles McDermott material

1.      The Dermott News Vol. 61 #36 and Vol. 65 #18 two copies, includes patents filed by Charles McDermott

2.      “Arkansas celebrates the aerospace industry” article

3.      “125 Years of History Woven into a Short Story” by Abbott F. Kinney

4.      Journal entry from Charles McDermott

5.      Newspaper article, “Built an Airplane over 100 Years Ago” no date, two copies

6.      Times-picayune, “He flew in 1872” November 22, 1959

7.      Second page of an article on Charles McDermott

8.      Newspaper article on Charles McDermott

9.      Newspaper article, “Dermott Founder: Man of Talent”

10.  State-Times, “Old Letters Recall Remarkable Efforts in West Feliciana of One ‘Flying Machine Charlie’” no date

 

Folder 7: Anderson family history

1.      Handwritten notes on the White family

2.      Handwritten notes on the McCraine family

3.      Copy of a register of marriages and deaths in the Anderson family

4.      Notes on the Anderson family, includes photo and Google maps image of Centerville, Mississippi

5.      Family tree of the Way family, two copies

6.      Obituary for Anne Carville

7.      Handwritten note, two copies

8.      File on the Gayle family, two copies

9.      Photo of baseball players 

10.  Photo of St. Charles St. in Hammond

11.  Photo of Tom Anderson in elementary school, two copies

12.  List of heirs to Sarah E. Anderson September 10, 1978, two copies

 

Folder 8: Family Vacation Photographs-St. Louis and New York City Trip 1963-1964

1.      4x4 color photograph- Tom Anderson with Snyder family on motor trip to NYC World’s Fair with cousin Dot Hughes, Hazelhurst, NJ, 1964

2.      4x4 black and white photograph-Tom Anderson, trip to St. Louis with Snyder family, Marshall and Tom, Aunt, Cousin DJ “Baby” Anderson Snyder, 1963

3.      4x4 black and white photograph-Lincoln Memorial; Baby, Harry, Tom and Marshall; NYC Trip, July 1964

4.      4x4 black and white photograph-Tom and Marshall in Catskill MT. in NY, July 1964

5.      4x4 black and white photograph-view from Lincoln memorial to Washington Monument, Harry, Marshall, Tom, and Baby; DC, July 1964

6.      4x4 black and white photograph-Marshall and Tom; Appomattox Courthouse, VA, July 1964

7.      4x4 black and white photograph-Tom Anderson

8.      4x4 black and white photograph-Tom and Marshall; The Stockade at Williamsburg VA, July 1964

9.      6 4x4 black and white photographs from vacation

 

Folder 9: Tom Anderson Headshots

1.      16 sets of photographs-Tom Anderson in grades 1-7, 9, 11; Southeastern Louisiana University College Freshman, Southeastern Louisiana University College Senior, other college portraits, law school photograph, and headshot of being mayor in 1977

 

Folder 10: Miscellaneous Photographs

1.      3x5 color photograph-Vic Anderson and Betty Cutrer, ca. 1977

2.      3x5 color photograph-Tom Anderson as mayor on balloon ride

3.      color photograph- Tom Anderson as King Alpha; Hammond’s 1st Mardi Gras parade February, 1980

4.      color photograph-  Christmas 1982, Joe Robinson, Vicky Anderson, and Ora Anderson at Vic Anderson’s house

5.      color photograph-Jane and Edna Anderson

6.      color photograph-Tom and Joseph Anderson at the pool, 1979

7.      3x5 color photograph-  Liz Reno, Jane Anderson, and Doots A. Reno, Christmas 1982

8.      3x4 color photograph-Tom Anderson in Manchac Swamp duck hunting with Ben (dog)

9.      3x4 color photograph-Tom Anderson as Mayor in 1977

10.  color photograph-Tom Anderson as an usher at wedding

11.  color photograph-Tom Anderson birthday

12.  3x5 color photograph-Tom Anderson and Webb Anderson at Christmas

13.  color photograph-Vic Anderson and bird dog-“Daddy picking (something) off Mister (a dog), January 21, 1966


Folder 11: Starvation Landing Photographs

1.      4x6  color photograph- Webb Anderson, Ashley Anderson, and Clay Cromwell (2)

2.      4x6  color photograph-Ashley and Webb swimming in Manchac River

3.      4x6  color photograph- Joseph, Webb, and Ashley Anderson and friends

4.      4x6  color photograph- Joseph, Webb, and Ashley Anderson and friends on slip-n-slide

5.      4x6  color photograph- Joseph, Webb, and Ashley Anderson and friends on slip-n-slide

6.      4x6  color photograph- Joseph, Webb, and Ashley Anderson and friends on slip-n-slide

7.      4x6  color photograph- Joseph, Webb, and Ashley Anderson and friends on slip-n-slide

8.      4x6  color photograph- Webb Anderson sleeping

9.      4x6  color photograph- Breaux, Lanaux, and Anderson children

10.  4x6  color photograph- Ashley and Tom Anderson

11.  4x6  color photograph- Ashley Anderson on slip-n-slide

12.  4x6  color photograph- Tom and niece Jane Anderson, Joseph Anderson on couch

13.  4x6  color photograph- Kent holding a fish

14.  4x6  color photograph- Bob Lanaux

15.  4x6  color photograph- unknown sailboat (2)

16.  4x6  color photograph- Webb and friends with a bull frog

17.  4x6  color photograph- Webb and friends with a bull frog

18.  color Polaroid-Anderson camp

19.  3x5 color photograph-Vic and Tom Anderson eating boiled crabs that they caught

20.  3x5 color photograph-Vic Anderson cleaning catfish

21.  4x6  color photograph-Ashley and Webb Anderson on a boat ride

22.  3 4x6  color photographs-Webb Anderson and friend on slip-n-slide

 

Folder 12: Fishing at Port Eads 1990 Photographs

1.      4x6  color photograph- Ashley, Webb, and Joseph Anderson, redfish caught at Port Eads South Pass (2)

2.      4x6  color photograph- fishing of dock

3.      4x6  color photograph- fishing/catching speckled trout, Webb and Joseph Anderson, old Coast Guard station at Port Eads

4.      4x6  color photograph- fishing/catching speckled trout, Webb and Joseph Anderson, old Coast Guard station at Port Eads

5.      4x6  color photograph- 2 people reeling in a fish

6.      4x6  color photographs- Joseph Anderson, Rich Cap, and Bubba Lauderdale (3)

7.      4x6  color photograph- Paul Hooks and Dexter Mercante

8.      4x6  color photograph- Tom and sons Joseph and Webb in camp at Port Eads

9.      4x6  color photograph- Richard Capdeboscq fishing

10.  4x6  color photograph- Roseau Cane at Port Eads

11.  4x6  color photograph- someone fishing (too dark to identify)

12.  4x6  color photograph-Tom Anderson driving his boat

13.  4x6  color photograph-Tom Anderson, Port Ead mouth of the Mississippi (South Pass)

14.  negatives of the photographs included

 

Folder 13: Delta Tau Delta Photographs

1.      color photograph-Tom Anderson and Tom Sharp in Canada Delta Tau Delta Convention

2.      color photograph-Tom Sharp at Niagra Falls, College trip for Delta Tau Delta

3.      color photograph-Tom Anderson and Dick Frohn at Canada Delta Tau Delta Convention, 1970

4.      color photograph-Tom Anderson

5.      color photograph-Delta Tau Delta Greek Week Awards, Tom Anderson as President in 1968

6.      4x6 color photograph- Tom Anderson and Andrew Stam at Delta Tau Delta Formal, 2009

7.      4x6 color photograph-Delta Tau Delta brothers-Tom Anderson, Gus Kuntz, Mike Sharp (big brother), Winky Mowen (roommate), and Bill David, 2009

 

Box 3

Folder 1: Anderson related newspaper articles

1.      Hammond Star, “Two locals head to national convention” no date

2.      Daily Star, photo of Vic Anderson, two copies

3.      Daily Star, “Community will deeply miss ‘Mr. Vic’” no date

4.      Daily Star, “Dateline: Philadelphia-Local faces appear on national television coverage” July 27, 2016

5.      Daily Star, “Anderson’s death ‘shocked entire city’” June 7, 1999

6.      Hammond Vindicator May 2, 1963

7.      Daily Star, “Slain lawman’s legacy lives on” March 5, 2008, two copies

8.      “Vietnam War Hero Honored at Museum” November 7, 2013

9.      Sunday Star, “Everybody knew Mr. Vic Anderson” June 26, 2016

10.  Daily Star, “Scrapbook” section, March 4, 1998 two copies

11.  Daily Star, “Vic Anderson dies at 85” February 22, 1995, includes obituary, two copies

12.  Daily Star, “Comment held no racial slur, but tribute to giant-hearted man” March 6, 1995

13.  “Tors put trio on All-State” no date or newspaper information

14.  “Stately Home Built on ‘Bankers Row’ in a Vast Setting of Moss-Draped Oaks” no date or newspaper information

15.  Gumbo Magazine, “Papa Vic” March 27, 1988, two copies

16.  Photo of Vic Anderson at a football reunion, no date or newspaper information, two copies

17.  Daily Courier, includes a section discussing Dr. Smylie Anderson under “Low-Down,” February 6, 1934

 

Folder 2: Miscellaneous articles and papers

1.      The Burning of Bowling Green: An Illustrated History by Stella M. and James N. Pitts

2.      Echoes of a Famous Inn and its Flaming Exit by Edna Campbell

3.      “My Neighborhood, ‘Bankers’ Row’” by Joe Kent Cook

4.      Copy of Records of the Rev. Henry Smith (Puritan Pastor) and His Family by Jane Tullia Smith Brady

 

Folder 3: Religious material

1.      Cards with the Serenity prayer, two copies of each variation

2.      Prayer of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin two copies

3.      Sinner’s prayer

4.      Slow Me Down, Lord poem

5.      Today by Grace E. Easley

6.      Funeral card for Winnifred “Doots” Aurora Reno

7.      “Selective Sermons of Reverend Steve A. Martin,” First Presbyterian Church, Hammond  1973 

8.      “Comfort for those who Mourn” book dedicated to J. Gordon Anderson

9.      “How to Use this Book” pamphlet

10.  “Consolation for those who Sorrow” dedicated to J. C. Anderson, 1936

11.  Treasured memories folder with a funeral book dedicated to Joseph Clarke Anderson

 

Folder 4: Tom Anderson mayoral campaign material

1.      Campaign pamphlet, “Anderson #1 Mayor, New Leadership”

2.      Campaign pamphlet, “#1 Mayor Tom Anderson”

3.      Primary election poll results, June 4, 1977

4.      The Lion’s Roar, “Tom Anderson runs for mayor” January 25, 1973

5.      Morning Advocate, “Mayor won’t run again in Hammond” no date

6.      Hammond Vindicator, “Tom Anderson runs for mayor in city election” January 22, 1973

7.      Times-picayune, “Young Mayor-Elect” June 12, 1977

8.      The Sun, “Anderson is new mayor” includes poll results, June 5, 1977, two copies

9.      Daily Star, “Anderson Fairy Tales” October 1979 two copies

 

Folder 5: Vic Anderson material

1.      Victor G. Anderson, City Marshal business card

2.      “Tulane in Figures” football team stats, includes photo of Vic Anderson

3.      Photo of Vic Anderson, 1967

4.      “Constitution of the Student Body of the College of Arts and Sciences of the Tulane University of Louisiana” October 1926

5.      “Cat Rasslers and Chicken Fighters” newspaper article

6.      Sportsman’s Paradise, “TABA Tournament results” include photo of Vic Anderson, June 1973

7.      Photo of Vic Anderson, January 5, 1965

8.      Hammond Vindicator, “Anderson to Run for Marshall Post” no date, two copies

9.      The Sun, “Office Transfers From Father to Son” January 5, 1975

10.  Torn and intact photo of Vic Anderson

11.  Photo of Vic Anderson

12.  Photo of men holding a turkey, handwritten note reads: “Theifs [author’s spelling], Stolen from Vic Anderson 1963”

13.  “Hammond in the Snow” includes photo of Vic Anderson, no date

14.  Copy of a letter sent to Vic Anderson, 1969

15.  “Hammond Marshal Vic Anderson Recalls Early Days” February 1970

16.  “Vic Anderson: A Career of Friendship” no date or newspaper info

17.  Football players list

18.  Hammond High Football schedule

19.  Sheriff campaign letter by Vic Anderson, December 12, 1951, two copies

20.  “Vic Andersons Honored on Golden Anniversary” article

21.  The News Herald, includes column written by Vic Anderson, May 17, 1951

22.  Dissolution of partnership and sale of interest by Vic Anderson, May 20, 1952

23.  Manila folder with an original and copy of a photo of Vic Anderson, February 15, 1993

24.  “Andersonville, LA” flyer, two copies

25.  Letter written by Vic Anderson for reelection campaign for Hammond Marshal, August 23, 1948

26.  Photo of 1926 football team

 

Folder 6: High school/college material

1.      Delta Tau Delta insignia

2.      Freshman class president card

3.      Junior class president card

4.      Hammond High School commencement pamphlet, May 27, 1969

5.      Southeastern Louisiana University commencement pamphlet, May 12, 1973

6.      Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet pamphlet, 1968

7.      Hammond High School vs. Covington High School booklet, September 5, 1969

8.      Hammond High School vs. Reserve High School booklet, October 24, 1968

9.      Delta Tau Delta Epsilon Phi Chapter magazine

10.  Delta Tau Delta magazine

11.  Hammond High School vs. Denham Springs High School booklet, September 8, 1967

12.  The Twister, May 23, 1969 Hammond High School newspaper

13.  Certificate of Award, 1969-1970, Southeastern Louisiana University

14.  “Vote Anderson Jr. Pres.” Flyer

15.  Phi Kappa Phi certificate

16.  WBRZ Scholastic Football Team Certificate of Achievement 1968

 

Folder 7: Christian Sermons

1.      10 typed sermons from the following ministers: Steve A. Martin and Dr. Kenneth G. Phifer, 1972-1975

2.      Booklet-Daily Devotions, prepared by William F. Mansell

 

Folder 8-Anderson family newspaper articles

1.      “Season’s First Snowman,” photo of Tom Anderson

2.      Daily Star, photo of Tom Anderson, April 29, 1986

3.      Photo of Ashley G. Anderson

4.      “To Attend Convention” March 1971

5.      Hammond Vindicator, “Fishing is Good at Empire” no date, two copies

6.      Daily Star, “DTD Helps Out” no date

7.      Lion’s Roar, “DTD Hosts Delt Day” February 24, 1972

8.      Lion’s Roar, “Delts Hold Football Game and Chapter Retreat” February 10, 1972

9.      “Volleyball League Opens” no date or information

10.  Lion’s Roar, “New Class Officers Announced in Senate” September 23, 1971

11.  “Greeks Honored” April 1971 no information

12.  Lion’s Roar, “DTD Holds Formal” April 20, 1972

13.  Lion’s Roar, “Delts Represented in class elections” September 23, 1971

14.  Photo of Tom Anderson

15.  “Anderson urges involvement” no date or information

16.  Photo of Tom Anderson

17.  Photo of Vic Anderson, May 30, 1976

18.  “1971 Delta Tau Delta Sweetheart Court Chosen” no date or information

19.  Photo of pigs

20.  Photo of Tom Anderson

21.  Photo of Tom Anderson, Sun September 22, 1977

22.  Photo of Tom Anderson

23.  Photo of kids and sand sharks caught on Vic Anderson’s property, August 22, 1976

24.  Daily Star, Photo of Tom Anderson, no date

25.  Hammond Vindicator, “City agrees to pave street around Hammond High School” March 8, 1977

26.  Daily Star, Photo of Tom and Joseph Anderson, August 8, 1977

27.  Sun, Photo of Tom Anderson, September 20, 1977

28.  Sun, Photo of Tom Anderson, October 5, 1977

29.  Sun, Photo of Tom Anderson

30.  Photo of Tom Anderson

31.  “Over 350 on SLU list of honor students” Fall 1971 no information

32.  “87 Graduate with Highest Honors” no date or information

33.  Hammond Vindicator, “Over 350 students on SLU honor lists” January 29, 1973

34.  Photo of Tom Anderson

35.  “Coastal College Students graduate” September 26, 1993 no information

36.  Daily Star, “Dr. Smylie Scott Anderson-One of the Pioneer Doctors” March 1, 1973

37.  Hammond Vindicator, “Jimmie Davis Visits Vindicator” no date two copies

38.  Lion’s Roar, Photo of Tom Anderson April 13, 1972

39.  “Greeks Honored” April 1971 no information

40.  Daily Star, “Phi Kappa Phi Initiates” April 25, 1973

41.  Daily Star, “Anderson lauds Darouse” April 1, 1974

42.  Hammond High School Mixed Chorus photo

43.  Daily Star, “Tors lose AAA Game” October 23, 1967

44.  Hammond Vindicator, photo of Tom Anderson, October 26, 1967

45.  Hammond Vindicator, “SLU Students recognized for marks” October 23, 1972

46.  “Over 400 cited as SLU Honor Students” November 2, 1970 no information

47.  Times-picayune, “SLU Graduation Exercises Held” May 13, 1973

48.  Daily Star, “Champ Tornadoes Honor Stars” no date

49.  Daily Star, “Waiting on the Train” photo of Vic Anderson, July 5, 1991

50.  Hammond Vindicator, photo of Mary Anderson, original and copy

51.  Hammond Vindicator article, no date or title, original and copy

52.  Morning Advocate, “Retiring LSU Chief Merits Public Thanks” June 12, 1973 two copies

53.  The Twister, “Smarten Up” November 28, 1967

54.  “Roaring Tors from ‘20s share spotlight” no date or information

55.  The Twister October 20, 1967

56.  Daily Star, “HHS Award Winners” no date

57.  The Twister, “Football Banquet Held” December 20, 1968

58.  Daily Star, “Toms Law School?” Edwards Campaign flyer no date

59.  “Gordon Anderson has lied again Edwards Campaign flyer no date

60.  Daily Star, “Kemp subpoenas Anderson’s fiscal records” October 1979

61.  Daily Star,  “Kemp absolves Anderson, returns subpoenaed records” October 4, 1979

62.  Daily Star, political satire of Vic Anderson, October 16, 1979

63.  Daily Star, political satire of Gordon Anderson, October 19, 1979

64.  Daily Star, political satire of Vic Anderson, no date

65.  Daily Star, political satire of Vic Anderson, October 1979

66.  Daily Star, political satire of Vic Anderson, no date

67.  Daily Star, political satire of Vic Anderson, no date

68.  Daily Star, political satire of Vic Anderson, no date

69.  “An Open Letter to Gordon Anderson” no date or information

70.  “Household Shower given for Mrs. Bailey Jenkins” two copies

71.  Sun, “Season to Remember” May 30, 1976

72.  Daily Star, “Little Conference Football Wraps Up 1963 Season”

73.  “Tom Anderson seeking re-elections as Committeeman” no date or information

74.  Hammond Vindicator, August 20, 1987

75.  All Southern Conference Football Team for 1926

76.  Morning Advocate, “Ex-Mayor credits son with rescue in freak boat accident” December 26, 1991

77.  Daily Star, “Mayor’s race could attract familiar faces” November 5, 1993

78.  The Centreville Jeffersonian January 22, 1926

79.  Hammond Vindicator, “56 Years Ago-1933 Tragic Death Ends Career of Officer” no date

80.  Hammond Vindicator, “Tragic Death Ends Career of Officer” May 19, 1933

81.  Daily Courier, “Marshal Anderson is killed” May 16, 1933

82.  Daily Courier, Society and Personals section, no date

83.  “Highway Police and Hammond Man Slay Negro Desperado in Gun Fight After Murder” two copies, no date or information

84.  Times-picayune, “Hammond Marshal Slain with Own Gun, Killer Dies in Fight” May 16, 1933

85.  Daily Star, “Ex-mayor injured” December 23, 1991

86.  State Times, “’Train ferry’ offered unique service in BR river crossing” February 22, 1982

87.  The Ponchatoula Times, November 26, 1987     

 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous Documents

1.      Handwritten note-William A. Gillon mailing address

2.      Copy of 12 page handwritten document-information that was sent to Leon Ford III by Brad H. Whitacre, 1944 (2)

3.      3 page typed document-about Charles McDermott

4.      Copy of 2 page handwritten document-David Anderson’s will, 1784; typed transcription included

5.      Copy of handwritten document-“Codicil”, April 12, 1784

6.      Copy of 4 page document-J. John Anderson’s will

7.      Typed correspondence-to- Sarah E. Anderson heirs, from-Antoinette Anderson Yokum, includes information regarding Sarah E. Anderson heirs and family tree, June 1984 (2)

 

Box 4

Folder 1-First Presbyterian Church material

1.      The National Society Magna Charta Dames pamphlet

2.      Order form for medals from the “God and Country” program

3.      First Presbyterian Church pamphlet, July 17, 1949

4.      Sermon by Dr. Walter A. Bennett for St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church, August 8, 1971

5.      Manila folder with sermons written by Joseph Thomas “Tom” Anderson

6.      Typed note on Hammond Presbyterians

7.      “Did You Know” note on First Presbyterian Church

8.      Typed note on the “Women’s Home Missionary Society”

9.      “History of Congregational Church: Hammond, Louisiana from 1887 to 1948”

10.  Handwritten timeline on First Presbyterian Church

11.  Folder with minutes from First Presbyterian Church written by Charles Robert Anderson

12.  “History of Hammond Churches”

13.  Constitution and By-Laws of the Federated Congregation of Hammond, Louisiana, two copies

14.  Roll of Pastors, associates Pastors and Stated Supplies

15.  Charter of the Federated Church Realty Company, two copies

16.  Black and white photo of First Presbyterian Church

17.  Black and white photo of the congregation, two copies  

 

Folder 2-Anderson related newspaper articles

1.      Daily Star, “Halt Sought On Hammond Elections” April 26, 1973

2.      Lion’s Roar, “Tom Anderson Runs for Mayor” January 25, 1973

3.      “Tom Anderson Files for Mayor” no date or information

4.      “SLC student election results” no date or information

5.      Photo of Tom Anderson March 1971

6.      Photo of Tom Anderson

7.      “Mayor Candidates Speak at Forum” no date or information

8.      Tom Anderson for Mayor sticker with articles attached

9.      “Tom Anderson On Scholastic Grid All-Stars” no date or information

10.  Baton Rouge Advocate, Photo of Tom Anderson

11.  State-Times, Photo of Tom Anderson

12.  “Anderson to argue at school” no date or information, two copies

13.  Photo of Tom Anderson

14.  “Jury awards man $301,600” no date or information

15.  “Hammond High Present Awards” no date or information

16.  “Court awards electrocuted man’s family $1 million” no date or information

17.  Sun, article on Tom Anderson, no date

18.  Hammond Vindicator, “City council asks cutbacks on lighting” December 6, 1973

19.  Photo of Tom Anderson

20.  Hammond Vindicator, photo of Tom Anderson, August 1, 1985

21.  Daily Star, photo of the Hammond High School class of 1969, May 21, 1969

22.  “Anderson Runs” no date or information, stuck to a painting cannot be removed without damaging the article

23.  “Demo primary elections for Municipality” no date or information

24.  Daily Star, ad for Tom Anderson for Mayor, May 11, 1977

25.  Sun, Thank You letter written by Tom Anderson, June 10, 1977

26.  Daily Star, “Anderson elected; 4 council run-offs set” June 6, 1977

27.  Daily Star, “Ex-mayor elected to post” November 7, 1983

28.  Daily Star, “Attorney Anderson to speak at Jazz Fest” April 25, 2013, two copies  

 

Folder 3: Miscellaneous Family Photographs

1.      2x3 color photograph- Joseph Anderson, Hammond High football, 1993

2.      3x5 color photograph- Joseph Anderson and “Thunder” (dog) duck hunt

3.      5x7 color photograph- Webb, Ashley, and Joseph Anderson on ski trip vacation

4.      5x7 color photograph- Ashley Anderson

5.      4x6 color photograph- Ashley Anderson senior at Hammond High School giving sermon at 1st Presbyterian Church, Hammond, 2000

6.      4x6 color photograph- Webb McDermott Anderson, Jr. “Mac”, baby picture, 2007

7.      5x7 color photograph- Caroline Anderson baby picture, 2010

8.      5x7 color photograph- Vic Anderson

9.      8x10 color photograph- Joseph Anderson, senior picture, Hammond High School, 1994

 

Folder 4: Hunting Photographs, December 1992

1.      3 4x6 color photographs- Webb, Tom, and Joseph Anderson with their deer they shot

2.      3 4x6 color photograph- Tom Anderson posing with deer he killed

3.      3 4x6 color photograph- Joseph and Webb posing with deer they killed

4.      3 4x6 color photograph- Tom and Joseph Anderson posing with deer they killed at Doug’s Hunting Lodge

5.      4x6 color photograph- Joseph Anderson and “Thunder” (dog), goose hunt at Gueydan, LA

6.      4x6 color photograph- Joseph and Tom Anderson with hunting guide

7.      4x6 color photograph- Webb, Tom, and Joseph Anderson

8.      negatives of the photographs included

 

Folder 5: Singapore and India Mission Trip

1.      Tom Anderson pointing to Madras, India on map. Dated 1993.

2.      Tom Anderson talking to small child in Madras, India. Dated 1993.

3.      City scene in Mardras, India, 1993.

4.      Tom Anderson posing with school children in Madras, India. Dated 1933.

5.      Photo of bridge in Madras, India. Dated 1933.

6.      City scene in Mardras, India. Dated 1993.

7.      Photo of Mission Trip Meeting, Tom Anderson on far right.

8.      Photo of Tom Anderson in slums, dated 1993.

9.      Group photo in Madras, India. Dated 1993.

10.  Tom Anderson traveling in a rickshaw through Madras, India. 1993.

11.  Tom Anderson in Singapore, Japan. Dated 1993.

12.  Tom Anderson in Puerto Rico 1993.

13.  Tom Anderson Southeastern Louisiana University Football photo.

14.  Tom and Joseph Anderson during Europe trip.

15.  Gordon and Vic Anderson.

16.  Tom Anderson on his birthday.

17.  Hammond High School European Trip.

18.  1st Blue Marlin Trip. L-R: Tom Anderson, Curtis Baham, Gordon Anderson, Rich Capdebocq.

19.  Vic Anderson and Joseph Anderson (13 years old). L.A. state all star Championship in baseball parade Hammond.

20.  Tom Anderson’s Birthday.

21.  Ashley and Webb Anderson

22.  Ashley Anderson

23.  L-R: Webb, Tom, Ashley Anderson on their birthday.

24.  L-R: Ashley Anderson, Webb Anderson, Jane Bordelon, and Hart Bordelon.

25.  Ashley Anderson. Undated.

26.  Unidentified group photo

27.  Tom Anderson in front of the fountains of Versailles

28.  L-R: Ashley, Tom, Webb Anderson

29.  Tom’s Birthday.

30.  Christmas. L-R: Vic Anderson, Eloise Anderson and girls.

31.  Tom Anderson and children on birthday.

32.  Tom Anderson.

33.  L-R: Jane, Sarah, Ashley, Webb, Joseph Anderson. Florida Vacation.

34.  Tom Anderson on 30th Birthday.

35.  Tom Anderson Birthday.

36.  Joseph and Webb Anderson

37.  Webb Anderson

38.  Joseph Anderson and date at Hammond High School Sweetheart Dance. Dated 1994.

39.  Cybil Cromwell.

40.  Tom Anderson and dogs, Pepper and Ben.

41.  Ashley, Joseph, and Webb Anderson

42.  Ashley Anderson. Undated.

43.  Webb Anderson and date Scarlett at Hammond High School Homecoming, dated 1995.

44.  Tom Anderson.

45.  Tom and Vicky Anderson and Cub.

46.  Web and Tom Anderson.

47.  Tom and Ashley Anderson during Hammond High School Homecoming

48.  L-R: Don Goblowsky and Tom Anderson

49.  Webb Anderson.

50.  Ashley and Tom Anderson at Hammond High School Homecoming.

51.  Web and Tom Anderson.

52.  Tom Anderson.

53.  Tom Anderson and Belly Dancer at Birthday.

54.  Tom Anderson in front of an Elvis Wax figure.

55.  H.H.S. European Trip. Tom, Joseph, Webb Anderson.

56.  Tom Anderson and ______.

57.  Tom Anderson.

58.  Tom Anderson church picture. Dated 1988.

59.  Tom Anderson, Cambo?

60.  L-R: Sarah, Jane, Ashley, and Tom Anderson at a diner.

61.   L-R: Tom Anderson and Suzie Lore at Starvation Landing.

62.  L-R: Tom Anderson, Nicke Oralynn, Jeff, Peggy at Starvation Landing.

63.  L-R: Tom Anderson and Norma Dupree at Starvation Landing.

64.   Lab school D.C. Trip Chaperones. Undated. Tom Anderson 5th from Left.

65.  Tom Anderson vacation.

66.   Assorted Starvation Landing photos.

67.  Group photo at Starvation Landing.

68.  Group photo at Starvation Landing.

69.  Alligator found at Starvation Landing.

70.  Photo of Tom Anderson and ____ at Starvation Landing.

71.  Group photo with Tom Anderson on far left at Starvation Landing.

72.  Alligator at Starvation Landing

73.  Tom Anderson and _____ at Starvation Landing.

74.  John Goodman and Joseph Anderson Fishing at Port Eads.

75.  SLU bringing back football campaign with Tom Anderson.

76.  Hammond High Class of 1969, 10 year reunion. Tom Anderson bottom  row 4th from the left.

77.  Hammond High Class of 1969, 20th reunion. Tom Anderson, 3rd row 8th from the left

78.   L-R: Eddie Robinson, U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu, Tom Anderson.

79.  U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu and Tom Anderson.

80.  Tom Anderson Mayor Campaign Photo. 

 

Folder 6: Miscellaneous Newspapers

1.      The Nashville Musician Vol. 6 No. 4 December 1991-February 1992

2.      Sunday Advocate page, November 4, 1984

3.      Figaro April 10, 1974

4.      Daily Star section, October 1, 1973

5.      Country Roads Spring 1984

6.      Southeastern Louisiana College Alumni News July 1960

7.      Daily Star, “Centennial Cookbook” February 28, 1969

8.      Times-picayune, “Creole Cookbook” September 14, 1932

9.      Times-picayune, “Creole Cookbook” October 6, 1937, two sections

10.  Times-picayune, “Creole Cookbook” September 13, 1933

11.   Daily Star section, December 5, 1975

12.  The News Digest, December 4, 1975

13.  Hammond Vindicator, July 17, 1975

14.  Daily Star section, December 5, 1975

15.  Sun section, June 5, 1979

16.  Sun section, July 2, 1978

17.  Daily Star, November 16, 1979

18.  Sun section, May 20, 1979

19.  Sun, May 20, 1979

20.  The Palm Beach Post section titled “The Ultimate Cigar,” April 27, 1997

 

Folder 7: Family history material

1.      Newspaper photo of Annie Clemanti Gayle, no date

2.      Scanned photo of Joseph Anderson, includes note “Joseph Anderson great, great grandfather of little Joseph Anderson”

3.      Handwritten note on “ancestor trace” two copies

4.      “Abstracts of Testimony for 1876 Reconstruction Cases” March 2010, two copies

5.      Scan of a “births” document

6.      “Death of an Old Citizen” from the Tri-Weekly Advocate, July 31, 1867

7.      Note on the life of James Gordon Anderson, two copies

8.      Note on James Gordon Anderson, two copies, one with handwritten additions

9.      Copied article from a newspaper on James Gordon Anderson

10.  George Washington White family information

11.  Handwritten note on the Gayle family

12.  Handwritten letter from Mary Gordon to Edna and Vic Anderson, discusses the White and Anderson families

13.  Handwritten note on Victor Gordon “Vic” Anderson and his family

14.  Handwritten family tree of the Anderson family, two copies

15.  Handwritten note on Victor Gordon Anderson, dated February 25, 1977, two copies

 

Folder 8: Newspapers pertaining to election records

1.      Newspaper containing November 1, 1975 election results-Primary Election-Governor, Lieutenant, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Commissioner of Agriculture, Police Jury, Commissioner of Insurance, Superintendent of Education, Commissioner of Elections, Senator, Sheriff, Clerk of Court, Assessor, Representatives, Constables, Parish Exec., State Central C.C., Justice of the Peace, Referendum, Judges, Marshall, and Parish Executive Committee

2.      The Daily Star, November 3, 1975-contains unofficial election returns from November 1, 1975 election included along with various other newspaper articles

3.      The Hammond Vindicator, November 6, 1975-“Edwards, Fitzmorris, Guste, Fowler win”; includes election results for Governor, Senator, Police Jury, Justice of the Peace, Lieutenant Governor, Representatives, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Commissioner of Agriculture, Commissioner of Insurance, Superintendent of Education, Commissioner of Elections, Sheriff, Clerk of Court, Assessor, Hammond City Judge, Hammond City Marshal, and Constables (2)

4.      pages 3-4 from The Daily Star, August 27, 1975

 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous correspondence

1.      First Presbyterian Church pamphlet sent to Vic Anderson

2.      Handwritten note with family names

3.      Telegraph from Humble Oil and Refining to Mary Anderson, October 5, 1949

4.      Letter from Vic Anderson, July 19, 1949

5.      Letter from Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Yokum to Lee and Connie Yokum, April 16, 1981

6.      Letter from Eric Pittman to Tom Anderson, March 26, 1969

7.      Telegram and letter from Eric Andrews to Tom Anderson, October 10, 1959

8.      Letter from Eric Andrews to Tom Anderson, March 12, 1959

9.      Letter from Gordon Mathney to Vic Anderson, includes Sale with Assumption letter, November 13, 1980

 

Box 5

1.      Miscellaneous negative slides-includes Webb’s birthday-1977-1994

2.      13 CD’s containing miscellaneous digital photographs- family photos, Goose Hunt 2005, Tom Anderson-Joseph, Ashley, and Webb

3.      SD card with photographs

 

Box 6

Folder 1: Tom Anderson elementary/high school material

1.      “An American citizen is born!” card

2.      Vacation Church School certificate of recognition 1953

3.      Certificate of promotion, First Presbyterian Sunday school

4.      Certificate of promotion, First Presbyterian Sunday school

5.      “Happy Mother’s Day” card written by Tom Anderson

6.      Vacation Church school award certificate

7.      Booklet labeled “My Mother” by Tom Anderson

8.      Reading Certificate

9.      Certificate of Award, Hammond High, 1966-67

10.  Certificate of Award, Hammond Elementary, 1961-62

11.  Certificate of Award, Hammond Elementary, 1962-63

 

Folder 2: Certificates

1.      American National Red Cross, Water Safety card August 1971

2.      Letter from PGA President Allen Wronowski to Tom Anderson, includes certificate for a Hole-in-One on March 12, 2011

3.      Advocate article showcasing Tome Anderson’s hole-in-one, March 15, 2011, two copies

4.      Certificate of Installation from First Presbyterian Church, 1987

5.      Certificate of Appreciation, 1986

6.      SELU certificate to Tom Anderson

7.      DSCC Member, 77th Representative District, Office “B” certificate, March 21, 2000

8.      DPEC Member at Large of Tangipahoa Parish certificate, March 21, 2000

 

Folder 3: Miscellaneous items

1.      18 black and white photo cards of places around the world

2.      Preston House Centennial bookmark

3.      J.D. “Johnny” Johnson Jude Division “D” pamphlet

4.      Handwritten recipe for Oysters Rockefeller

5.      Letter from John Ferguson to Tom Anderson, March 19, 1969

6.      Card from the Oak Knoll Country Club

7.      Photo of Tom Anderson with “Happy Birthday from Mom + Dad”

8.      LSU Graduation Announcement letter for Ashley Anderson

9.      Various cards and a pamphlet from Tom Anderson’s mayoral campaign

10.  Pamphlet on Ethele Lunt Studio

11.  Louisiana Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping Regulations 1972-73 pamphlet, two copies

12.  Card on Springfield Weather Instruments

13.  Handwritten notes on “acts”

14.  Handwritten recipe, no title

15.  Recipe for handmade vanilla ice cream

16.  Handwritten note

17.  “Hammond High Football Team” newspaper article

18.  “Hammond Youth Drowning Victim” newspaper article

19.  Children’s Health Conference pamphlet

20.  Memorial Record for J. Gordon Anderson 

21.  Southeastern Louisiana University Commencement booklet, May 12, 1973

22.  Loyola University card with newspaper article titled “New Louisiana Lawyers Include Local Residents” October 1, 1976

23.  Loyola University Commencement booklet, May 15, 1976

24.  Letter from Harry Snyder to Wayne Landry, July 2, 1969

25.  Birthday speech for Tom Anderson written by “Elvis”

26.  Handwritten note

27.  Charity Football Game note

28.  Ethele Lunt Studio dance sketch book, 1949

29.  Religious prayer

30.  Certificate from The National Soceity Magna Charta Dames to Antoinette Mitchell Anderson Yokum, 1981

31.  Campaign flyer for Emmett “Joe-Joe” Darouse

32.   Letter to Tom Anderson

33.  Letter written to the American Magazine by Smiley Anderson, no date

34.  Song about LSU, labeled 1939-1940

35.  Beat Ponchy flyer, two copies

36.  “A Year of Thank Yous 2011” letter

37.  Paper titled “My Brothers” by Ashley Anderson, two copies

38.  Letter from Gordon Lipscomb to Vic Anderson, February 20, 1977

39.  Letter from B.W. Bierman to Vic Anderson,  July 6, 1928, includes scan of envelope

40.  Letter from J. G. Anderson to the Hammond Sanitarium

41.  1996 All-District 7-4A Football Team list

42.  Hammond Antin Jewelers note

43.  “Trip to the United Arab Emirates-May16 through May 28, 1981” paper

44.  Joseph Anderson English 101 diagnostic essay

45.  “Why I Love my America” by Ashley Anderson

46.  “This is Your Life Tom Anderson” by Mary Ann and Harry (last name illegible)

47.  “The Sky” by Ashley Anderson

48.  8th grade research paper by Tom Anderson “My Chosen Occupation”

49.  “My Neighborhood ‘Banker’s Row’” by Joe Kent Cook

 

Folder 4- Miscellaneous Photographs

1.      3x5 black and white photograph- Mary Gordon Anderson

2.      5x7  black and white photograph- Mary McCrain Anderson (Mrs. James Gordon Anderson), b. March 1, 1881, d. 1978

3.      5x7 black and white photograph- family-top to bottom-Gordon, Stuart Kent, Mrs. Judge (Mae) Rownd, Lucille Rownd , Marwood Anderson, Zoe Kent, Mary Gordon, Schorfield Rownd, Carroll B. Tullius Rownd, and Dorothy Jane “Baby” Anderson/Snyder

4.      5x7 color photograph- Vic Anderson

5.      8x10 color photograph-Edna Blanche White Anderson (2)

6.      8x10 photograph-Edna Blanche White Anderson, married to Vic Anderson; children-Winnifred, Edna Victoria, Victor Gordon Anderson Jr., and Joseph Thomas (Tom)

7.      3 photographs-Edna Blanche White Anderson

8.      8x10 black and white photograph-Annabelle McDermott Anderson

9.      8x10 black and white photograph-Mary McCrain Anderson

10.  8x10 black and white photograph- Hammond High Football Team-Bob Anderson- QB and Dermott Anderson-half back

11.  8x10 black and white photograph- Hammond High Football team with 2 cheerleaders-Dorothy Jane Anderson (left), Bob Anderson (above Dorothy’s left shoulder), Dermott Anderson 3 people over to right from Bob (at gym that is now Neil Corp)

12.  8x10 black and white photograph- Hammond High Football team, circa 1929/1930, roster on back

13.  8x10 Black and white photograph- Hammond High football team reunion, dated 1980s (all names listed on back)

14.  8x10 black and white photograph- Warren Bankston-includes written note from Warren Bankston (of Hammond High School, Tulane, Steelers, and Superbowl Champ Raiders and team captain) to Vic Anderson

15.  5x7 black and white photograph- Brad Davis (HHS All American, LSU, and Atlanta Falcons)-with his autograph to Vic Anderson

16.  8x10 black and white photograph- Vic Anderson on Ned McGehee’s Model-A Ford, circa late 1930s (2)

17.  Photo album containing photograph-Presbyterian Church outing in Mississippi, Wilkinson County, chaperoned by Gordon Anderson with his daughter: Mary Gordon and niece Dorothy Jane Anderson, early 1920’s

a.       photo #7-Dorothy Jane Anderson on far left, W.S. Rownd 3rd from right

b.      photo #8- Gordon Anderson

c.       photo #11-Lake St. Mary at Fort Adams, MS

d.      photo #12-Dororthy Jane and Mary Gordon (front of boat)

 

Folder 5: Miscellaneous Photographs

1.      Photo of Annabelle McDermatt Anderson

2.      Tom Anderson 5th Grade Photo.

3.      Tom Anderson 6th Grade Photo.

4.      Anderson Family Photo, dated 1961. Left-Right: Vicky Anderson, Doots Anderson, Tom Anderson (in front), Vic Anderson, Gordon Anderson. Taken at 507 E. Thomas Street.

5.      New York City World’s Fair Trip, dated July 1961. Left-Right: Harry Snyder, Bill Hughes, Marshall Snyder, Joseph Thomas, Tom Anderson.

6.      Lee Yokum, age 14. Grandson of C.R. Anderson. Dated 1954.

7.      Joseph Anderson, age 3yrs. 10 months old.

8.      Tom Anderson on Slalom in Pass Manchac. Dated summer 1975.

9.      Joseph Anderson Jr. 21 months old.

10.  Photo of Ann Bell McDunatre

11.  Tom Anderson 2nd Grade Photo.

12.  Joseph Anderson Jr. 3 years old.

13.  Joseph Anderson Jr. 2 ½ years old. Dated 1979.

14.  Photo of Mary Anderson.

15.   Photo of two young men (unknown), May 1961.

16.  Mary__ and___ Anderson

17.  Picture of Mary McCrain Anderson in Car. Undated.

18.  James Gordon Anderson,  dated 1928.

19.  Picture of 606 South Orange, home of J. Gordon Anderson.

20.  Photo of unnamed woman, mother to Mary McCraine Anderson.

21.  Photo of Carol Anderson, daughter of Dr. Smylie Anderson, in her HHS cheer uniform.

22.  Photo of James Clark Anderson, undated. Brother of Victor Gordon Anderson Sr. Died of burns from firs at the Rex Theater on N. Cate Steet in Hammond, LA. Circa 1930.

23.  Mary McCraine Anderson, wife of J. Gordon Anderson. Undated.

24.  Mary McCraine’s Mother (named unknown). Undated.

25.  ____ McCraine, Father of Mary Anderson.

26.  Victor Anderson, 1 year old photos.

27.  Scrapbook page with three unidentified photos.

28.  Scrapbook page with two photos. Left photo of Benjamin McDermott Anderson and Mary Gordon Anderson at 606 South Orange Street Hammond, LA. Right photo unknown subject.

29.  Scrapbook Page with two photos, left-hand photo unidentified boy and dog, right-hand photo identified as Grandpa Joe Anderson.

30.  Scrapbook page with three photos, the bottom right hand corner photo identified as a group photo of Mary, Gordon, J.C., Vic, and Dermott Anderson.

31.  Scrapbook Page with five photos. Top Row left to right: photo of Dermott, Mary, and Gordon Anderson, photo of Dermott Anderson, Photo of unknown subject in knickerbockers. Bottom Row left to right: Group photo with a baby Mary Anderson, J. Gordon Anderson family photo.

32.  Scrapbook page with various childhood photos of Vic, J.C. Mary Gordon, and Dermott Anderson.

33.  Scrapbook page with two photos. Left-hand photo of Dermott Anderson. right-hand photo of Eileen Hyde Anderson, wife of Dermott.

34.  Scrapbook page with various childhood photos of Vic, Marry Gordon, Mary, and Demott Anderson.

35.  Scrapbook page with varied photos. Top row left-right: Family photo of James Gordon, Mary, J.C., and Vic Anderson.* Photo of Dermott Anderson at 606 South Orange Street. Bottom row left-right: Photo of  J. Gordon Anderson. Photo of unknown house.

                                                              i.      *J.C. Anderson was severely burned in the Fire at the Rex Movie Theater on Cate Street in Hammond during the 1930’s and died two days later.

36.  Scrapbook page with two photos. L-R: Photo of unknown woman, Photo of Anderson’s Floral Garden with unknown woman.

37.  Scrapbook page of two photos. L-R: Photo of spoils from a Wolf Hunt in Centerville, MS conducted by Gordon Anderson. Dated 1900. Unidentified photo.

38.  Scrapbook page with two photos. L-R: Photo of family gathering at Lake Marsalis in Centerville, MS. Group photo in a row boat with Mary McCrain on the right.

39.  Scrapbook page of unidentified photos.

40.  Scrapbook page with two photos. L-R: Photo of three (unidentified) young women one of whom has been scribbled over with pen. Photo of Mary McCrain Anderson.

41.  Scrapbook page with various photos of Mary McCrain Anderson and family.

42.  Scrapbook page with three photos, right-most photo identified as Mary Anderson and her three children, Vic, Mary Gordon, and Dermott.

43.  Scrapbook page with two photos. Unidentified baby photo and a photo of Vic Anderson and his new bike.

44.  Two scrapbook pages of various childhood photos of Dermott Anderson.

45.  Photo of James Gordon Anderson, dated 1933. (2 copies)

46.  Photo of the Prestor House, 706 E. Charles Street Hammond, LA. Built in 1906, photo dated 1910.

47.  Scrapbook page of unidentified landscape photos.

48.  Scrapbook page of unidentified landscape photos.

49.  Scrapbook page of unidentified landscape photos.

50.  Scrapbook page of unidentified landscape photos.

51.  Scrapbook page of unidentified group photos.

 

Folder 6: Miscellaneous Hunting Photographs

1.      8 men standing in front of cabin 3 with their geese harvested while hunting.

2.      A man bending down to organize the geese harvested on a hunting trip for a photograph.

3.      Dr. Herb Plawche with Tom Anderson

4.      Left to Right: Tom Anderson, Samir Harmouche of Beirut, and Lebanon

5.      2 men reading ready to load the Northwerlein Flying (A Pontoon Plane)

6.      9 men standing around a flock of harvested geese for a photograph

7.      4 men: on putting on a jacket with a camera around his neck, another with his back to the camera, one holding a fishing pole, and the next waving to the camera.

8.      A man holding a shotgun, while in the woods.

9.      Top left to right: Gordon Anderson, guide, Shorty Rogers, Tom Anderson, Plauche, guide, Tom Stewart, Plauche bro., Samir Harmouche, and Hobart Pardue (Kneeling).

10.  10 men each are holding their harvest of geese for a photograph.

11.  7 men loading up on the Northwerlein Flying (A Pontoon Plane).

12.  5 men posing for a photograph with Tom Anderson at the top right.

13.  7 men each are holding their harvest of geese for a photograph.

14.  A man holding his harvest of 4 geese for a photograph.

15.  3 men posing in front of their boat with their harvest of geese for a photograph.

16.  Tom Anderson posing for a picture as the sun is almost gone from the sky.

17.  Photograph of Gordon and Thunder with their duck harvest

18.  5 men posing for a photograph with Tom Anderson at the far right

19.  Photograph of Gordon and Thunder with their duck harvest

20.  Photograph of 3 men in a drive way near a house with their duck harvest.

21.  Photograph of 5 harvested ducks

22.  Maurepas Swamp Hunt 1989: Tom Anderson, Webb Anderson, and Bob Harmouche

23.  Maurepas Swamp Hunt 1989: Tom Anderson, Gordon Anderson, and Jim Gele

24.  Maurepas Swamp Hunt 1989: Gordon A. with his duck harvest

25.  Chet Kolwe and Tome Anderson on a duck hunt in Lake Maurepas Swamp

26.  Chet Kolwe and Tome Anderson on a duck hunt in Lake Maurepas Swamp

27.  Tom Anderson Driving Bob Harmouche  and Chet Kolwe

28.  Tom Dupre and Gordon Anderson with their harvest. Photograph took by Tom Anderson

29.  Photograph of Alligator going into a trap on a broke bridge.

30.  Gordon Anderson with his harvest of greenhead Mallards from Maurepas

31.  Webb and Joseph Anderson with dad taking a photo of a duck hunt harvest in 1993, with the Thunder (Dog).

32.  Left to right: Webb Anderson, Joseph Anderson, guide, Tome Anderson, and Hart Bordelon with their harvest from a goose hunt in Gross Savanne in Calcasieu Parish.  

 

Folder 7: Miscellaneous Photographs from Starvation Landing, Manchac

1.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Tom Anderson and Webb Anderson Thanksgiving Trip

2.       Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Tom Anderson on a boat in 1980’s

3.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Tom and Gordon Anderson on a boat in 1980’s

4.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Joseph, Webb, Tom, and Ashley Anderson on a boat with red fish in baskets.

5.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Mahi Mahi fish in the water

6.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Something splashing in the water (Times 2)

7.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Joseph, Tom, and Ashley Anderson on a boat looking at the camera

8.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Joseph, Tom, and Ashley Anderson on a boat looking away from the camera

9.      Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Tom Anderson holding tuna (Times 2)

10.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Clay Cromwell and Webb Anderson on a boat

11.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Clay Cromwell and Webb Anderson on a boat holding a Mahi Mahi

12.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Webb Anderson on a Tuna

13.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: Webb Anderson driving a boat (Times 2)

14.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: A Man driving a boat

15.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: A nice boat driving through some waves on the water (Times 2)

16.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: A nice boat moving through the water in a swampy type area.  (Times 2)

17.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: A small boat leaving the house boat to go out into the water.

18.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: A nice boat driving through the water.

19.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: A nice boat speeding up while on the water (Times 2)

20.  Fishing Trips to the houseboat at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi River: A nice big boat anchored outside or a houseboat.

21.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: Left to right: Marvin Starkey, Bob Lanaux, Buddy Causeu, Mike Webb

22.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: Webb Anderson and Tom Anderson at S.L. on the far right

23.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: Tom and Webb Anderson at S.L. on the far right

24.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: Joseph and Ashley Anderson

25.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: A man standing on a pier post

26.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: A large gathering of people and boats in the water.

27.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: Thunder (Dog) at S.L.

28.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: A man decorating the pier (Times 2)

29.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: A group of children/teens/adults sitting in the pier

30.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: A group of people out in the water eating/cutting watermelon

31.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: A group of people standing around a table eating crabs (Times 2)

32.  Photos at S.L. on July fourth in 1992: Two girls and two boys sitting in lawn chairs near the pier.

33.  Vic Anderson, Webb Anderson, and Thunder at S.L.

34.  Jeff Cromwell and Tom Anderson with a Sail Fish

35.  An eagles nest

36.  A White Marlin on Tom Anderson’s boot

37.  Back Row: Bob, Tom, Cliff Lore, and Gordon. Front Row: Ashley and Webb Anderson

38.  Ora Lynn Anderson fishing

39.  Rich Capdehosca

40.  Eagle’s nest on Duck Tease

41.  Tom

42.  Beautiful Photograph of swap and cypress trees

43.  Stripe Marlin Cabo

44.  Curtis Baham’s Catch of a Blue Marlin on Tom’s boat

45.  Photograph of the wavy water

46.  Stripe Marlin jumping

47.  Beautiful Photograph of swap and cypress trees

48.  1st Blue Marlin, 10.5 ft look off port Eads including R. Capdeborg.

49.  Tom’s Stripe Marlin at Cabo San Lucas

50.  Catching a large sized fish from the side of the boat.

51.  Gordon Anderson, Tom Anderson, and Gordon’s buddy Causey at Port Eads

52.  1st boat at Port Eads

53.  Roseau Candeou at Port Eads and second boat Kohuna

54.  Tom Anderson with a Sail Fish off Port Eads

55.  Kahuna

56.  Tom and Jeff catching a Tuna Fish

57.  Tom and Webb Anderson

58.  Gator at S.L.

59.  Photo of boat in water

60.  Starvation Landing

61.  S.L. Gordon on the right

62.  Gordon and Tom at Port Eads

63.  Tom at Port Eads

64.  Tom at Starvation Landing

65.  Gator at Starvation Landing (S.L.)

66.  Bob Landry and Tom Anderson at S.L.

67.  Birddogs: Pepper and Jack at S.L.

68.  Ora Lynn Anderson at S.L.

69.  S.L. Looking East to Lake P.

70.  Tom at the houseboat in Port Eads

71.  July 4th at S.L. in 1988

72.  Tom at S.L.

73.  Light house in 1980’s passed Manchac

74.  Tom at Port Eads

 

Folder 8: Miscellaneous Photographs

1.      Tom Anderson reading at Jane Anderson’s wedding to Hart Bordelor.

2.      Vic and Tom Anderson at 700 North Hazel Street, Hammond, LA. Dated Easter 1922.

3.      Tom Anderson at Starvation Landing

4.      Tom Anderson and daughter Ashley Anderson visiting Aunt Amelie on her 90th Birthday. Undated.

5.      Group photo of Webb, Ashley, and Joseph Anderson, dated 1993.

6.      Photo of Webb Anderson in New York City during one of Joseph Anderson’s trips to Dartmouth for Football. Dated 1992.

7.      Photo of Tom Anderson.

8.      Photo of Tom and Webb Anderson. Undated. (2 copies).

9.      Sarah Anderson during HHS Homecoming, undated. (2 copies).

10.  Tom Anderson in Puerto Rico 1993. (2 copies).

11.  Group photo of Joseph, Ashley, and Webb Anderson on a family trip to New England. Dated 1993.

12.  Photo of Ashley, Joseph, and Webb Anderson on family ski trip dated 1993.

13.  Photo of Joseph Anderson in New York City in 1993.

14.  Webb Anderson and Scarlett ____ posing for HHS Homecoming. Undated.

15.  Joseph Anderson at Christmas Party. Undated.

16.  Joseph Anderson with dog Thunder. Undated.

17.  Ashley Anderson at MGM Studios at Walt Disney World. Dated.

18.  Holiday meal group photo at house boat in Port Eads. L-R: Ashley, Tom, Webb, Joseph Anderson. Undated.

19.  Aspen Mountain Vacation, undated. L-R: Webb and Tom Anderson.

20.  Aspen Mountain Vacation, undated. L-R: Tom Anderson.

21.  Aspen Mountain Vacation, undated. Tom Anderson.

22.  Aspen Mountain Vacation, undated. L-R: Tom, Webb, Ashley Anderson.

23.  Aspen Mountain Vacation, undated. L-R: Tom, Webb (in the back), Ashley, Joseph Anderson.

24.  Hammond High School Homecoming, undated. L-R: Tom, Ashley, Joseph Anderson. (2 copies).

25.  Group photo taken at Carter Plantation, undated. L-R: Webb, Tom, Joseph Anderson.

26.  Photo of Webb Anderson, undated.

27.  Joseph Anderson taken on Graduation Trip to Alaska, undated.

28.  Orange Beach Vacation dated 1991. Photo of view from Orange Beach. (2 copies).

29.  Orange Beach Vacation dated 1991. Group Photo, Tom Anderson in center of group.

30.  Photo from Orange Beach Vacation dated 1991.

31.  Orange Beach Vacation dated 1991. Tom Anderson reading on beach. (2 copies)  

32.  Cuba, St. Lucas Vacation, undated. Beach and Sailboat view.

 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous Photographs

1.      Tom Anderson, Hammond Elementary School 2nd Grade photo, dated 1958-59.

2.      Gordon Anderson, Hammond East Side School, 3rd Grade photo, undated.

3.      Group photo taken at “Aunt Amelie” birthday party. Webb Anderson and Gordon Anderson top row highest point. Vic Anderson, second row from the back on the right hand side. Dated 1991.

4.        Picture taken in 1991. Left to Right: Vic Anderson, Alex Sziack, Jack Reno, Mary Virginia White Sziack.

5.      Anderson Family Christmas Photo. Undated. Left-right: Vic Anderson, Tom Anderson, Gordon Anderson, Vicky Anderson, Edna Anderson. Negative of photo included.

6.      Tom Anderson Jet skiing on North Pass Manchac. Dated 1975.

7.      Group Photo taken in Preston House (current home of Tom and Donna Anderson). Undated. Mary Anderson-2nd from left (depicted with necklace), Mrs. Nat Kent Lome –center, Annie Anderson –far right.

8.      Family photo taken while on vacation to New York to see the World’s Fair, dated 1664. Left-Right: Marshall, Harry, Baby Snyner, and Tom Anderson. Taken at Westpoint, NY.

9.      Duck Hunting on Thanksgiving 1981. Left-Right: Tom Anderson, Chet Kolwe, Dennis McFadden.

10.  Tom Anderson, 2009.

11.  Birth Announcement of  Annabelle Grace Traylor (6/16/12), Tom Anderson’s Granddaughter.

12.  Family Photo depicting Victor Anderson with his sons and grandsons. Undated.          Left-Right: Gordon (son), Joseph (grandson), Victor Anderson, Webb (grandson), Tom (son).

13.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

14.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

15.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

16.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

17.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

18.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

19.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

20.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

21.  Costa Rica Fishing Vacation

 

Folder 10: Miscellaneous Newspaper Articles

1.      Copy of newspaper article-“Beg Pardon, These Are Not From Hollywood”

2.      Newspaper article-“Deputy marshal granted half a loaf by officials”, The Morning Sun, February 22, 1979

3.      Photograph from newspaper-includes Dan O’Hara, John LaRock, Tom Anderson, and Alex Berey

4.      Sun newspaper, April 11, 1973

 

Folder 11: Miscellaneous Photographs

1.      Photo of Unknown Anderson, dated 3/1971.

2.      Bookmark Obituaries of Mary Virginia White Szizak and Amelie White Stalions

3.      Photo of a horse.

4.      Left to Right: Sue Watson, Tom Anderson, Camille Dennis. Undated.

5.      Photo of Tom and son Joseph Anderson in New Orleans 1988.

6.      Photo of Statue of Liberty. Undated.

7.      Photo of Manhattan cityscape. Undated.

8.      Photo of Unknown man cooking.

9.      1999 Louisiana Waterfowl Conservation Stamp that Tom Anderson refers to as “my old stamp”.

10.  Photo of Byrne Gayle, undated.

11.  Photo dated March 6th

12.  Postcard addressed to Miss Amelie Monget, dated 1907.

13.  Photo of “Uncle Duke”. Undated.

14.  Letter entitled “Mother’s Day” and signed “Duke”. Dated 1945.

15.  Photo of young couple. Undated.

16.  Photo of older couple. Undated.

17.  Photo of Beal White in uniform. Son of Tom and Winnie Gayle White and maternal uncle of Tom Anderson.

18.  Photo of Winnie Gayle White of Centerville, LA. Mother of Edna Anderson and Grandmother of Tom Anderson. Undated.

19.  Photo of a young Winnie Gayle White, wife of Thomas White and mother of Edna Blanch. (2 copies)

20.  Tom and Winnie Mae White Family Photo. Albany, LA. Left-Right: Mary Virgina “Hix” Szick, Winnie Mae Janey, Gayle White, Winifred Gayle White “Mamaw”, Beal White, Travis White, Amelie White Stalions, Edna Blanche White Anderson, Norwood “Duke” White. Undated.

21.  Zoomed out photo of #20.

22.  Photo of black lab in kennel, dated Dec.1992.

23.  2 photos of deer dated Dec. 1992.

24.   Photo of Tom Anderson on December 1922 hunting trip.

25.  Photo of Tom Anderson and son on December 1922 hunting trip.

26.  Joseph Anderson with dog on December 1992 hunting trip.

27.  Joseph Anderson and friend on December 1992 hunting trip.

 

 

Box 7

Oversized 3-D Items

1.      Black bible-Holy Bible, Red Letter Edition

2.      Black bible-The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, 1937

3.      Small green book-The Student Handbook of Tulane University of Louisiana, 1928-1929-belonged to Victor Gordon Anderson

4.      Black book-The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church

5.      Small brown book-New Testament presented to James Gordon Anderson, August 1896, Centerville, MS

6.      Brown bible-Holy Bible, American Bible Society

 

Box 8

Family history folders and books-Gaylord archival cardboard box

1.      1906 Census of the Town of Centreville, Miss., in a blue folder

2.      McCutchen-Anderson-Way and Related Families supplement by Allie Anderson McCutchen McIntosh

3.      Anderson-Coryers folder

4.      Allen-McCrory-Walker folder

5.      Way folder

6.      Saunders-Yancey Folder

7.      McDermott-Ozenne folder

8.      Branch-Bradford folder

9.      Cary folder

10.  Smylie Anderson folder

11.  Benton folder

12.  Dunn folder

13.  Whitaker Vol. 1 folder    

 

 

Box 9

1.      Starvation Landing Record books and Yearbooks

     a.       Yearbook 1952

     b.      Yearbook 1954

     c.       Yearbook 1955

     d.      Yearbook 1958

     e.       Yearbook 1966

     f.       Record book, May 17, 1968-September 10, 1971

     g.      Record book, October 29, 1971-August 11, 1974

     h.      Record book, August 22, 1974-September 10, 1975

     i.        Record book, September 11, 1975-June 30, 1977

     j.        Record book, July 1, 1977-November 17, 1979

     k.      Record book, January 1, 1980-June 28, 1982

     l.        Record book, July 20, 1982-July 15, 1985

     m.    Record book, July 16, 1985-September 29, 1989

     n.      Yearbook 1985 (only 2 entries in book)

     o.      Record book, May 26, 1995-July 4, 1997

2.      Genealogies: McCutchen, Anderson, and Related Families, by Allie Anderson McCutchen McIntosh (2)

3.      Our Children’s Ancestors by Antoinette Anderson Yokum (2)

4.      plaque-In Recognition of Outstanding Record as a Student-Thomas Anderson, presented by The Hammond Rotary Club

5.      2 photographs in frames-James Clark Anderson and Victor Gordon Anderson, Sr. (brothers)

6.      trophy-Exchange Club, Book of Golden Deeds, April 24, 1975-Victor G. Anderson

7.      2 campaign buttons-“I’m Not Guilty! Elect Arden Wells” and “I Ain’t Crazy! Vote for Uncle Earl!”

8.      2 floppy discs and 3 CDs containing Starvation Landing records-included is a typed letter and inventory regarding the floppy discs and CDs

9.      Book-LSU 2016 Military Alumni Hall of Honor, November 5, 2016

 

Loose on shelf:

Scrapbooks:

1.      Scrapbook 1: Miscellaneous Photographs of Tom Anderson

2.      Scrapbook 2: Miscellaneous Photographs of Tom Anderson

3.      Scrapbook 3: Tom Anderson as Mayor

4.      Scrapbook 4: Tom Anderson as Mayor

Oversized Photographs, Framed Certificates, and Books

1.      11x13 colored photograph-football player #76, Joseph Anderson

2.      4 silver framed 8x10 black and white photographs-unidentified babies

3.      framed newspaper article-“Hey! How about that?” by Dewey Dingeldein

4.      Framed certificate-Tom Anderson, declared the Choire of the People and Duty Elected Mayor for the City of Hammond, LA, July 9, 1977

5.      Framed certificate-J. Thomas Anderson-Notary in and for Tangipahoa Parish, October 12, 1976

6.      8 oversized photographs of Court House in Amite City, LA

7.      5 oversized photographs of various locations in Downtown Hammond

8.      oversized  copy of the cover of Louisiana Advocates, January 2015, Vol. XXX, No. 1

9.      oversized photograph of Casa DeFresa fire, 1980 (Mayor Tom Anderson running towards building)

10.  1929 Tulane University year book, Vic Anderson pictured on page 118-119 & 230-231

11.  1928 Tulane University year book, Vic Anderson pictured on page 144-145.