Velmarae Dunn

Velmarae Dunn


Archival Collection


DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 1

Folder

1. Peter Hammond and His Descendants

2. Peter Hammond History

3. Peter Hammond History

4. Peter Hammond Material

5. Peter Hammond, Founder

6. A History of Peter Hammond and Hammond, Louisiana

7. Big Oaks From Little Acorns Grow

8. Dedication of Peter Hammond Marker, 1950

9. Invocation--Peter Hammond Cemetery

10. Newspaper Clipping About Fountain Erected To The Memory of Peter Hammond

11. Jefferson Davis Hughes

12. Introduction of Jefferson Davis Hughes !II

13. Tribute to Jefferson Davis Hughes III

14. Mrs. Walter R. Lovel to Swedish Sources tracing Peter Hammond and Replies

15. The Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, October 1967, No. 4

16. Petition to Stop Erection of Charles E. Cate Marker in Cate Square, c-1965

17. Petition Defending Cate Square Marker (1966)

18. Hammond From 1812 until 1849

19. Early Events of Hammond

20. Early History of Hammond

21. Early History of Hammond

22. A History of Hammond, Louisiana and Woodland Park Subdivision

23. Newspaper Clipping, Early History of Hammond, October 22, 1948

24. Mrs. Mildred Stewart Observations About Hammond, Peter Hammond and Cate

25. Landmarks of Old Hammond by Bincks Corbin, Jr.

26. Special Plate Displayed in City Hall, View of North Oak on Plate

27. Highlights of Hammond and Its Government (Pamphlet, c. 1960)

28. Hammond's Transportation

29. "How Hammond Is Helping In War Effort"

30. The Standards of Living in Hammond

31. Hammond, The Strawberry Center of Louisiana-by G. B. Campbell

32. Baltzell Building

33. Buildings from Hammond's Past by Donna Evelyne Robbins

34. The Empson Family and Brick-Making in the Florida Parishes by Jos. H. Fox

35. Conveyance--Books and Will Papers about Hammond Descendants

36. Souvenir Album of Hammond, Louisiana

37. Fifth Annual Strawberry Festival, 1929

38. Charles Emory Cate

39. Hammond Industries

40. Berry Industry Traced by John A. Cox

41. A History of the Hammond Building and Loan

42. Hammond's Early Teachers

43. Annie Eastman History

44. Hammond School

DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 1 Continued

Folder

45. The High School Echo (Hammond), Jan.. Feb., March, April-May, 1913

46. Early Hammond School

47. Hammond High School: 1927-1974

48. Hammond High School of 1926, Our Memory Book (2 copies)

49. Class of 1950

50. Southeastern High School

51. Roll Book, September 4, 1944

52.

Roll Book, no date

53. Southeastern High School Honors Miss Velmarae Dunn

54. Thoughts on Teaching Profession

55. English Teaching Program

56. Southeastern Training School

57. First Graduation Exercise--Southeastern Louisiana College High School

58. Fifth Graduating Exercises, Southeastern Louisiana College High School, 1947

59. History of the Hammond Branch of the A.A.U.W.

60. Program, Hammond Branch of the A.A.U.W., 1940-41

61. The History of Omicron Chapter (Delta Kappa Gamma)

62. Agri-Dustrial Futurama, 1965 Program

63. The Hanging Gardens of Agri-Dustrial Futurama, 1974

64. Yearbook of Episcopal Churchwomen, 1964-65, Grace Memorial Church

65. Yearbook of Episcopal Churchwomen, 1966-67, Grace Memorial Church

66. Episcopal Church Women

67. Episcopal Attendance Record Book, Third Grade, 1965, Teacher, Mrs. Charles David

68. Grace Memorial Episcopal Church Bulletins, November 21, 1976, December 5, 1976

69. Joyce to Miss Dunn About Church History

70. The Episcopal Church at Southeastern Louisiana College

DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 2

Folder

1. Minutes, St. Margaret's Guild, Grace Memorial Church

2. My Church as it Grows, by Mary Frances Nesom, 1959

3. Baptist Message, October 17, 1968, Hammond Section

4. Mothers Day 1929, First Baptist Church (Newspaper Clipping)

5. Holy Ghost Parish Memorial Review, 1962

6. Missions

7. Colored Cemeteries of Hammond

8. Functions and Services of the Police Juries

9. Tangipahoa Parish--Mostly About the Illinois Central Railroad

10. Tangipahoa Parish, 100th Anniversary Program

11. Excerpts from A Confederate Girl's Diary

12. What it was Like a Century Ago

13. Tangipahoa Schools

14. Tangipahoa Teacher Salary Schedule, 1946-47

15. Program for Reception Honoring Miss Annie Eastman, May 19, 1939

16. Mrs. Florence Hobson Morrison

17. Morrison Family

18. Corbin Family

19. Mooney-Neelis Families

20. Wilcombe Family

21. Jack Bahm

22. John L. Lewis--Mayor of New Orleans, 1854-56

23. May Addison

24. Miss D Vickers

25. Dr. Gladney J. Tinsley

26. Tom H. Matheny

27. Col. Wayne Smith--Retirement Dinner--Illinois Central Railroad

28. John Wesley Skinner Obituary

29. Mary Wickham Maddox Obituary

30. Deane Settoon Mernagh

31. Obituary--Lynn Hart Dunn

32. City Clerk's Wife Claimed by Death

33. John L. Robinson Obituary

34. Oscar Peyton Waldrep Obituary

35. Introduction of C. Howard Nichols

36. Note of Joe Dunster and [Willie] Wall

37. Funeral Rites Are Set Today for Mrs. Dunn

38. Transcripts and Teaching Contracts of Miss Dunn

39. Congressional Record from Jimmy Morrison About Miss Dunn's Retirement, 1965

40. Teacher Par Excellente--Velmarae Dunn

41. Course Evaluation

42. Questionnaire from F.E.R.A. in Louisiana

43. Honors, Velmarae Dunn

DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 2 Continued

Folder

44. Newspaper Clipping About Velmarae Dunn Receiving Golden Deeds Award, Daily Star, November 4, 1976

45. Faculty and Student Body of Hammond City School to Miss Dunn, April 21, 1933

46. Roy E. Hyde to Miss Dunn, April 5, 1957

47. Tributes to Miss Velmarae Dunn

48. Memorial Dedication--Mrs. Florence Dunn

49. Evon G. Till letter to J. E. Coxe, July 23, 1940, Recommending Miss Dunn to the Training School

50. Katherine V. Letteer to Miss Dunn, August 30, 1971, November 2, 1970, and December 5, 14, 1969.

51. Katherine V. Letteer to Mrs. Hugh Means, March 9, 1971

52. Betty Cassidy to Miss Dunn, 1970

53. This was Our Town, Mandeville by Millie Fischer, no date

54. Great Oaks From Little Acorns May Grow--Poorly

55. Live Oak Society Membership

56. Pine Cone Garden Club

57. Pine Cone Garden Club, 1962-63 and 1975-76

58. By Laws of Care At Home of Hammond, Inc.

59. Care at Home Officials (Photograph)

60. Citation for Meritorious Service, Care at Home, February 11, 1971

61. Round Table Club of Hammond, various years

62. Presentation of Gift to Mrs. McGehee by Round Table Club

63. Boys Town Honorary Citizen, February 1, 1950

64. Holy Ghost Special Education Center

DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 3

Folder

1. Greenlawn Cemetery Board Resolution Concerning Frank Peter Cucchiara

2. Poems by Maggie Bickham

3. The Progress of Delta Kappa Gama (Nationally)

4. What America Means to Me

5. Burning of the Bowling Green House by Mrs. M. B. McGehee, Oct. 26, 1864

6. Notes on "Louisiana in Folk Lore"

7. Musical Instruments of Shakespeare's Time by Laughlin Winkler

8. First Automobile

9. Vachel Lindsay (of Springfield, Illinois) by Elizabeth E. Graham

10. Christian Symbols

11. Delle to Miss Dunn, January 3 & 4

12. Fam M. Reimers to Miss Dunn, February 24

13. Letters to Miss Dunn

14. Letter to Miss Dunn, June 30

15. Mrs. J. B. Slay to Miss Dunn, April 22, 1940 (About Position)

16. Hodding Carter to Miss Dunn, August 22, 1955

17. Preston Allison to Miss Dunn, June 6, 1957

18. Elaine Herring Litschgi to Miss Dunn, March 11, 1960

19. Guy W. Nesom to Velmarae Dunn, June 1, 1964

20. George R. Bonnel to Miss Dunn, May 13, 1965

21. Connie to Miss Dunn, June 2, 1965

22. Willie D. Maynor to Miss Dunn, June 7, 1965

23. Henry J. Lacour to Miss Dunn, June 21, 1965

24. Guy W. Nesom to Miss Dunn, June 28, 1965

25. Jimmie Wilcombe to Miss Dunn, June 4, 1965

26. Ray to Miss Dunn, July 8, 1965

27. Jesse and Carlton Faller to Miss Dunn, July 19 [1965]

28. Jay to Miss Dunn, August 9, 1965

29. Letter to Velmarae and Aunt Dora from Goldie and Grant (1966)

30. Donna to Miss Dunn, October 2, 1966

31. Sadie Mashburn to Miss Dunn, July 11, 1969

32. Delle to Miss Dunn, March 30, 1970

33. Jim Wilcox to Miss Dunn, October 22., 1970

34. Mrs. Ain Bishop to Miss Dunn,,March 18, 1972

35. Letter to Miss Dunn, April 25, 1972

36. Eva H. McCracken to Miss Dunn, July 30, 1913

37. Delle to Miss Dunn, January 14, 1974

38. Delle to Miss Dunn, February 22, 1975

39. Karen Zehnder to Miss Dunn, July 15, 1975

40. A Nephew to Miss Dunn, July 23, 1977

41. John R. Cowan to Miss Dunn, August 31, 1977

42. Lynn and Peg to Miss Dunn, September 1, 1977

43. Bunny to Miss Dunn, September 17, 1977

DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 3 Continued

Folder

44. Mrs. Marvin Dunn to Miss Dunn, October 4, 1977

45. Cora Hughes to Miss Dunn, October 11, 1977

46. Letter from Marv and Bunny, October 28, 1977

47. From Opal Hughes Gray October, November 1977

48. Tucker Family Record from Bible

49. The Cowan Family and Descendants

50. Medical Expenses for Dora Dunn Cowan

51. Funeral Expenses for Dora Dunn Cowan

52. Letter dated August 3, 1968, Describing trip to Pa. in May

53. Lord Genealogy

54. The Lords

55. Recipes of Mary Frances Kelly Lord

56. Lively Family

57. John R. Lord to Mary F. Kelly, July 4, 1864

58. Poems by James H. Kelly

59. Lisa L. Miller to Brother and Sister, February 5, 1866

60. Bureau of Pensions to Mary F. Lord

61. Mary F. Lord to Children, July 16, 1926

62. Births and Deaths

63. In Memory of Lynn H. Dunn, 1890-1977

64. Letter from Norma, Coatesville, January 12, 1904 to her sister

65. Letter to Miss Dunn and Sister, August 18, 1934 from mother

66. Southern Oil Refining Assn., Ltd., 1919

67. Medical Bills and Personal from Mrs. Robert H. Hansen

68 G. E. Dunn to Miss Dunn, April 10, 1906

69. "Katherine Steel," Women of the American Revolution by Elizabeth Ellet, Vol. III

70. Review of Carl Sandburg

71. Review of the Book Sunrise-Evening Star written by Katherine Calla Varnado

72. Reviews--Miscellaneous

73. What is a Coat of Arms

74. Omicron Program

75. Souvenir From Mother Mast's Kitchen

76. Name tags for Books

77. Sunny Thoughts

DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 4

Folder

1. The Town and Gown Players, Inc. presents The Pursuit of Happiness, 1967

2. Invitation to LSU Commencement, 1950

3. Stratford Canada, 1973

4. Stratford-Upon-Avon and the Shakespeare Country

5. Publicity Handbook, 1972

6. Thanks, A Poem by Louis Untermeyer

7. It Works, 1926

8. Louisiana State Poetry Society, 1966-67

9. Louisiana State Poetry Society, 1970-71

10. Louisiana State Poetry Society, 1971-72

11. Louisiana Poets, Spring-Summer, 1977

12. Rambling Through the Years, Selected Poems by Isavel Nelson Hatch Lovel

13. Silver Songs by Amy Perrin, 1969

14. Shape of Words by Gertrude May Lutz

15. Homemade Poems by H. Wilbur Carroll, 1949

16. Echoes From the Attic and Poems IV, 1969

17. The Pen Woman, May 1967

18. Poems by Vera Breland, April 1971

19. The University of Oklahoma Summer Convocation, 1937 Program

20. American Cancer Society Home and Garden Tour, Hammond, Louisiana, April 19, 1970

21. Post Cards

22. Christmas Cards

23. Get Well Cards

DUNN, VELMARAE, COLLECTION

BOX 5

Folder

1. Mother's Day Cards

2. Birthday Cards

3. Easter Cards, Valentine Day Cards, Thank You Cards, and Miscellaneous Cards

4. Thinking of You Cards

5. Unused Greeting Cards

6. Invitations and Announcements

7. Miscellaneous

8. Souvenir From U. S. Marines

9. Name tags from Flowers

10. Photographs

11. Plaque, 50th Anniversary, Southeastern Louisiana University, 1940 to 1965, Velmarae Dunn



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