Clark Forrest Collection


Box 1 --Albany and Hungarian Settlement Material


1. Essay concerning the history of Albany, 1 page, n. d.

2. History of Farmers' Cooperatives and Associations of Albany, Livingston Parish, Louisiana (xerox copy from Southeast Louisiana Historical Papers, Vol. 6, 1979)

3. Petition to Incorporate the Village of Albany in Livingston Parish, Louisiana (3 copies)

4. List of Municipal Officers of Albany, Louisiana, 1952-1984 (2 copies)

5. Genealogy Charts for Kinchen Stewart and Grady Stewart

6. List of Committee Members for Albany Anniversary Celebration

7. Minutes of June 6, 1989, Organizational meeting to formulate plans to recognize Grady Stewart (2 copies)

8. Draft Minutes, Albany Anniversary Celebration, July 11, 1989

9. Draft Minutes, Albany Anniversary Celebration, July 25, 1989

10. Draft Minutes, Albany Anniversary Celebration and Draft Agenda, August 8, 1989

11. Draft Minutes, Albany Anniversary Celebration and Draft Agenda, August 22, 1989 (9 copies)

12. Draft Minutes, Albany Anniversary Celebration and Draft Agenda, September 5, 1989 (11 copies)

13. Minutes of the September 12, 1989 Planning Meeting for the Albany Anniversary Celebration (4 copies)

14. Draft Agendas for Albany Village Anniversary Celebration

15. Final Agenda for Albany Village Anniversary Celebration, October 2 and October 6, 1989 (3 copies)

16. Flyers for Albany Anniversary Celebration, October 21, 1989 (7 copies-2 drafts and 5 final)

17. Invitation for 36th Anniversary of Albany, October 21, 1989

18. Program for Village of Albany Anniversary Celebration and Senator Grady Stewart Memorial, Albany High School, October 21, 1989 (3 copies)

19. Albany Pays Tribute to Late Mayor, (Grady Stewart), Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, October 26, 1989

20. Handwritten letters concerning Albany Anniversary Celebration

21. "Good Day in Albany," Nick Nacks by Nicholas R. Murray, Sun, June 16, 1976 (newspaper copy and typed copy)

22. "Railroad Line Named Albany in 1908," Livingston Leader, September 10, 1986

23. Photograph of school bus on Wagner Road, Albany, La., Morning Advocate, October 30, 1986

24. Americans from Hungary by Emil Lengyel, n. d. (xerox copy)

25. Hungary's Cardinal Mindszenty, Time, Vol. LIII, No. 7, February 14, 1949

26. Advertisement about the Crown of St. Stephen, New York Times, November 23, 1977, P. 39

27. SZABADSAAG, an American newspaper in the Hungarian Language, 1973

28. VILÁG,, an American newspaper in the Hungarian Language, 1975

29. Viltis, A Folklore Magazine, Vol. 32, No. 4, December 1973 (4 xerox copies)

30. "Land of Szabadsag, Community's Pride in Heritage Apparent" (Hungarian Settlement) by Merlin Howze, Sunday Advocate, January 21, 1968

31. "Author Works to Debunk Stereotypes of Hungarians," by Laszlo K. Domjan, Sunday Advocate, June 17, 1979, Sec. F, P. 16 (4 xerox copies)

32. Harvest Day School, Half a Century of Progress, Hungarian Settlement, 1893-1943, November 6, 1943 (Program given in the Community House in commemoration of a Half Century of Progress made by the Hungarian People from the beginning of the Settlement up to the present day)


BOX 1 Continued--Albany and Hungarian Settlement Material


33. Demography and Evolution in an Immigrant Ethnic Community: Hungarian Settlement, Louisiana, USA by Tibor Koertvelyessy, Dept. of Anthropology, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Reprint from J.biosoc.Sci (1983) 15

34. Assorted handwritten papers regarding Hungarian culture

35. Origin and Growth of Agricultural Extension in Louisiana, 1860-1948: How it Opened the Road for Progress in Better Farming and Rural Living, by Frederick W. Williamson, LSU, 1951 (xerox copies of pages 176 and 177 (reference to Rev. Alex Bartus); 196, 281, and 282 (reference to Livingston Parish)

36. Our Hungarian People (The Hungarians of Albany) by Dr. Bertram E. Groene; Our Italian People (History of Independence) by Frank L. Anzalone; Our Indian People by Mrs. James Polk (Irene) Morris; Our French People, by Joe Robichaux; Our Lebanese People, by Mrs. Ernest Bahm, Ninth Annual Agri-Dustrial Futurama, SLC Coliseum, Hammond, Louisiana, April 16-19, 1970 (xerox copies)

37. Map of Hungarian Colony, situated in HR 39-T-6-6 and HR 38-39-51 Sec. 1-2 T-7-6

38. Listings for New Orleans Public Library Lectures, October 30-November 20, (No year) (One of the Lectures on Hungarian Settlement)

39. "Hungarian Memories," Daily Star, October 25, 1968

40. Newspaper article on the 60th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vargo, June 16, 1974

41. Newspaper articles concerning the Hungarian Harvest Dance (1975-77)

42. "Hungarian Settlement Marker," Denham Springs News, May 8, 1975

43. "Hungarian Settlement Marker Dedication, Hungarian Dinner Set," Denham Springs News, May 15, 1975

44. Newspaper articles concerning the dedication of the Hungarian Settlement Historical Marker, Murray Newspaper, May 21, 1975; Denham Springs News, May 22, 1975

45. "Hungarians are Celebrated" (Historical Marker), Hammond Vindicator, May 27, 1975

46. "Albany Farmer Receives Conservation Award" [Geza Kovach], Denham Springs News, December 2, 1976

47. Traditional Hog Butchering, Hungarian Culture is preserved, Sun, April 6, 1977

48. "Geza Kovach is Buried," Denham Springs News, March 24, 1977 (xerox copy)

49. "Arpadhon Dinner Slated," Denham Springs News, March 31, 1977 (2 xerox copies); "Hungarian Festival Slated," Denham Springs News, November 9, 1978 (2 xerox copies); Flyer about Arpadhon Hungarian Settlement Festival Night, May 18, 1991

50. Newspaper articles concerning Hungarian Language Classes, Sun, January 26, 1977; Sun, July 13, 1977; Denham Springs News, July 21, 1977

51. Project Harom, Livingston Parish Trilingual Program, 1977-78 (xerox copy)

52. Flyers about Hungarian Dinner sponsored by Albany Presbyterian Church, 1990 and 1994

53. Newspaper article concerning Albany and Hungarian Settlement, Denham Springs and Livingston Parish News, November 27, 1980

54. "Hungarians Remember Settlers," Livingston Leader, November 9, 1983

55. "SLU Production inspired by Hungarian Family," Daily Star, September 21, 1984 (about the play Times Leaves Me By about Rev. Alexander Bartus and his family)

56. Program for Time Leaves Me By, by Kay Butler, Play by Southeastern Louisiana University Theatre about Rev. Alex Bartus and his family

57. "SLU Salutes Local Community," What's Going On, Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, October 19, 1987

58. Flyer advertising Hungarian Heritage Night, May 6, 1989; Flyer advertising Harvest Dance Celebration, October 3, 1998; Flyer advertising Harvest Dance Celebration, October 6, 2001

59. Our Hungarian Church at Albany as Seen by the Secular Press, The Presbyterian Survey, January 1926 (3 xerox copies of page 46)

60. A History of the Presbyterian Church in Louisiana, by Penrose St. Amant, 1961 (3 xerox copies of pages 222-225 which mentions the Hungarian Presbyterian Church)

61. "Hungarian Presbyterian Church Re-chartered," Hammond Vindicator, February 7, 1974

62. Hungarian Presbyterian Church Program, March 7, 1976 (occasion of the employ of the first "American" pastor, Rev. Robert E. Kilgore)

63. "Hungarian Church 75 Years Old," Presbyterian, Livingston Leader, March 9, 1983

64. Calendar Lists for Alex Bartus Family Collection at Montreat Presbyterian Archives

65. Calendar Lists for Alex Bartus Family Collection at Southeastern Louisiana University Archives and Special Collections

66. "Presbyterian Personality, Strawberry Preacher," by Gene Warren, Presbyterian Survey, The Official Magazine of the Presbyterian Church, U. S., March 1978 (article about Rev. Alex Bartus)

67. Louisiana Nursing Homes Journal, Vol. 3, No. 5, June 1972 (photograph of Rev. Alex Bartus is in it)


Box 2 --Rev. Alexander Bartus and Livingston Parish Material


1. Short biography of Rev. Alexander Bartus by Louis Bartus

2. Rev. Alexander Bartus: Strawberry Preacher by Louis C. Bartus

3. "Parish Minister Honored for Service to Church and Community," Times-Star, Denham Springs, Louisiana, February 1, 1968

4. Newspaper articles concerning Rev. Alexander Bartus, 1968-77

5. My Great Adventure by Alexander Bartus, September 26, 1970 (2 copies)

6. An Oral History: Recollections of Mr. Louis Bartus about his father the Rev. Alex Bartus and the Hungarian Harvest Dance Festival, taped and transcribed by Artie Fellom Carpenter, November 6, 1983

7. Letter from Franklin Roosevelt to Rev. Alexander Bartus, September 24, 1935

8. Letter from Clark Forrest concerning the Bartus family attempting to obtain a new nursing home, June 4, 1975

9. "New Nursing Home to Open," Hammond Vindicator, July 24, 1975

10. Memorial to Alexander Bartus, 1977

11. Program for Memorial Service to Rev. Alexander Bartus, July 10, 1977

12. Newspaper articles concerning the memorial for Rev. Alexander Bartus, 1977

13. Condolence letters to Mr. Bartus from Clark Forrest, May 10, 1977 and January 15, 1980

14. Condolence letter to Louis Bartus from Esther Nagy, January 24, 1980

15. Autobiographical story of Goldie Szekely Bartus, born July 26, 1899 and died January 4, 1980

16. Events leading to the incident involving leaving the mule out in the field by Louis Bartus

17. By-Laws of First Hungarian Farmers Co-operative Association, Inc. (2 copies--Half of each in English and Hungarian)

18. Account book of Julius Bruskay for A. W. Kinchen, 1908 (xerox)

19. Letter from Illinois Central Railroad Company to John Kovacs about $25 donation to the Presbyterian Church of Springfield

20. Letter from Mercy Lobell regarding books by Leslie Konnya about Hungary, n. d. (2 xerox copies)

21. Letter from Pauline Martin concerning László Kerékgyártó  from Budapest, Hungary being a guest of the Livingston Parish Bilingual Program and the Hungarian Settlement, June 26, 1980 (2 xerox copies)

22. Letter from Clark Forrest to the editor of Szabadsag, February 18, 1982 (3 xerox copies)

23. Livingston Times, Springfield, October 5, 1906 (xerox copy)

24. Livingston Times, Springfield, March 13, 1908 (xerox copy)

25. Livingston Times, Springfield, May 21, 1909 (xerox copy)

26. Livingston Times, Springfield, September 17, 1909 (xerox copy)

27. Livingston Times, Springfield, October 8, 1909 (xerox copy)

28. Livingston Times, Springfield, July 6, 1911 (xerox copy)

29. Livingston Times, Walker, September 18, 1913 (xerox copy)

30. Livingston Times, Walker, December 7, 1916 (xerox copy)

31. Livingston Times, Walker, March 22, 1917 (xerox copy)

32. Livingston Times, Walker, April 5, 1917 (xerox copy)

33. Livingston Times, Walker, April 12, 1917 (xerox copy)

34. Livingston Times, Walker, July 5, 1917 (xerox copy)

35. Livingston Times, Walker, August 23, 1917 (xerox copy)

36. Livingston Times, Walker, October 11, 1917 (xerox copy)

37. Livingston Times, Walker, October 18, 1917 (xerox copy)

38. Livingston Times, Walker, November 15, 1917 (xerox copy)

39. Livingston Times, Walker, February 20, 1919 (xerox copy)

40. Livingston Parish News, Friday, November 5, 1948

41. History of Livingston Parish, Louisiana, n. d. (4 mimeographed sheets)

42. History of Livingston Parish, Louisiana by Marcus Carter Rownd, Sr. (He lived from 1884- 1948)

43. "History of Livingston Parish, Louisiana, Part 2," by Marcus Carter Rownd, Ponchatoula Times, April 27, 1989

44. The American Counties, A record of the origin of the names of the 3,072 counties, dates of creation and organization, area, 1960 population, historical data, etc. of the fifty states, by Joseph Nathan Kane, 1962 (xerox copy of pages 142, 143, 170 (Livingston Parish), and 171

45. Greater Denham Springs Chamber of Commerce, Livingston Parish Profile, July 1978 and 1980; Special Area Profile, Livingston Parish, Good Neighbors, Positive Changes, n.d.

45b. Springfield Cemetery, March 2004, Letter to descendants of Family Members Buried in the Springfield Cemetery

45c. French Settlement Historical Society, Inc, Newsletter, Vol XIII, Number I, January 27, 2003

45d. John Threeton Memorial Springfield Cemetery (program) and "A Man Killed by Cannon Years Ago (1 page article)


Edward Livingston Historical Association

46. A Brief History of Livingston Parish's Lost Eastern Frontier, 1832-1869 by James Morris Perrin (a presentation given to the Edward Livingston Historical Association)

47. "Across the State, Edward Livingston Historical Association new officers named," Sunday Advocate, August 21, 1977, Sec. G, P. 7

48. Edward Livingston Historical Association to Meet Sunday, Denham Springs News, November 9, 1978

49. Notes written by Clark Forrest concerning the Edward Livingston Hist. Association, Inc., 1979; speech given by Mercy Lobell to the Livingston Parish Tourist Commission, May 16, 1991

50. Speaker Jerry Sanson talks about Jimmy Morrison at Edward Livingston Historical Association meeting, Livingston Leader, May 19, 1982; Also Jerry Purvis Sanson vita

51. Edward Livinston Historical Association ELHA Bulletin, January 2008


Economic Development Board

51. Capital Economic Development District Council, Inc., 1973

52. Louisiana's Industrial Development Bond Programs, 1970s (xerox copy)

53. Information concerning the creation of the Industrial Development Board of Livingston Parish, September 2, 1980

54. By-laws of the Industrial Development Board of Livingston Parish, September 10, 1980

55. Criteria for Evaluating Projects with Respect to the Industrial Development Board of Livingston Parish, October 1, 1980

56. Letter to Florence S. Crowder, secretary, Livingston Parish Industrial Board from Alex Theriot, Jr., & Associates, Inc. dated October 2, 1980

57. Tax Exempt Project, Industrial Dev. Board of Livingston Parish, LA, Inc., April 20, 1981

58. Letters and notes concerning Industrial Development Board, 1980s

59. The Economic Development of Southwest Louisiana, 1865-1900, A Dissertation by Donald Joseph Millet, Sr., Louisiana State University, January 1964

60. Final Report, 1944-1946 to the Economic Development Department of Commerce and Industry, State of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 28, 1946


Box 3 --Newspaper Clippings About Livingston Parish


1. "Aunt Teet [Mrs. Lorin Wall] Churns Butter," by Marsha Small, unidentified newspaper, n. d.

2. "Oldest Parish Building," Springfield, Denham Springs News, June 26, 1973

3. "Blair-Yawn [Livingston Parish] History Told," Sun, July 18, 1973

4. "Open House held for Rev. Chandler," Denham Springs News, July 23, 1973

5. Charter, Bayou Manchac and Amite River Transportation Co., Livingston Parish, Louisiana, abstracted December 13, 1973

6. "Proposed State Parks Plan Would Provide 50 Facilities," Sunday Advocate, March 24 and May 19, 1974 (One of the Parks would be on Tickfaw River in Livingston Parish)

7. "International Paper Co. in Second Year Here," Denham Springs News, May 23, 1974

8. "Rapid Flooding Occurs in Part of Parish," Denham Springs News, May 27, 1974

9. "Park leased to Parish," "Crown Zellerbach Changes Noted," Denham Springs News, July 22, 1974

10. "Judge's Ruling on Dry Ward in Livingston May Come Soon," Morning Advocate, July 23, 1974

11. Articles about Livingston Parish Police Jury, Editorials & Comment, Denham Springs News, September 19 and October 3, 1974

12. "Sheriff Faust Declares He Won't Run Again," Denham Springs News, October 7, 1974

13. "Clerk of Court to Retire" [Alsay "Al" Addison], Denham Springs News, January 23, 1975; [Mrs. Willie M. Blystad] "A Leader in Government," Denham Springs News, February 20, 1975; "Ceremonies Open New Phone System," Denham Springs News, February 27, 1975

14. Letters and Notes About Bicentennial in Livingston Parish, 1975

15. "Tentative Marker Wordings are Discussed Here" [Denham Springs], Denham Springs News, January 23 and 27, 1975

16. "Bicentennial Funds Granted to Parish," Denham Springs News, June 9, 1975; "Walker Marker to be Dedicated," Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, October 14, 1982

17. Livin' in Livin'ston, By James Minton, Denham Springs News, February 20, April 3, June 5, June 16, and May 8, 1975 (Articles done for the Bicentennial)

18. "Bicentennial Notes of Local Interest," Hammond Vindicator, May 29, June 12 and 19, September 25, and October 9, 1975

19. "Bicentennial Committee Hears Progress Reports," Denham Springs News, March 3, 1975

20. Livin' in Livin'ston (Picture of Thomas Leftwich Store in Port Vincent-for Bicentennial), Denham springs News, April 7, 1975

21. "Bicentennial Fraud," Denham Springs News, May 5, 1975

22. "Apology is Offered about historical feature about Mrs. Clarence Efferson's home near Frost," Denham Springs News, June 2, 1975

23. "Livingston Bicentennial Dedication," Murray Newspapers, July 9, 1975

24. "Engineer to Draft Rules" [Subdivision Ordinance], Denham Springs News, October 3, 1974 (xerox copy); "Many Feel Subdivision Ordinance is Overdue," Denham Springs News, February 6, 1975; "Proposed Ordinance [Subdivision] Includes Waterfront Development," Denham Springs News, March 3, 1975

25. "Funeral Rites Held Sunday for Former Superintendent of Schools [Ernest S. Easterly]," Denham Springs News, February 6, 1975

26. Photograph of Mrs. D. J. Hall, 90 years old, Denham Springs News, April 10, 1975 and Photograph of Norris F. Hood, 93 years old, Denham Springs News, April 21, 1975

27. "Former Jurors Recall Past" [Warren Stewart and Jack Ratcliff], "State Police Run Boy's Camp", and "Rev. Alex Bartus Leaves District," Sun, December 8, 1976

28. Ancestors, by Damon Veach, Sunday Advocate, July 1, 1979 (About Vincent Scivicque and Port Vincent, Louisiana)

29. Louisiana Ancestors, by Damon Veach, Sunday Advocate, May 4, 1980 (About Uriah B. Vining and Livingston Parish Cemeteries)

30. "Railway Car Era Still Alive," (Holden), Morning Advocate, May 24, 1982

31. "150th Anniversary Wagon Train Route Announced," Livingston Leader, May 26, 1982

32. "Louisiana Strawberries featured in New Book" (Ginger Romero), Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, November 29, 1984

33. Photograph of Macedonia Baptist Church, Livingston Leader, February 6, 1985

34. "Plywood Plant on Market," Livingston Leader, March 27, 1985

35. "Corbin Native Using Tape Recorder to Preserve Part of Parish's Past," Denham Springs- Livingston Parish News, December 19, 1985

36. "Wunsch Home on U. S. 190, Built in 1914," Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, May 8, 1986

37. "Town's Pioneers' Swap Stories [John R. McLin, Charlie Watts, Bobby Vidrine, Alex B. McMorris, and Harris McCullough]," Livingston Leader, May 14, 1986

38. Today and Yesterday Section, Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, August 4, 1986

39. "Doyle Days," Livingston Leader, October 1, 1986

40. "Livingston Parish History is Stored in Creole House, Times-Picayune, July 29, 1991

41. Fire Engine for Killian, unidentified newspaper, n. d.

42. A Study of Placenames in Livingston Parish, LA, A Thesis by Kathryn McQueen Kendall, December 1975 (xerox copy of a few pages)

43. Livingston Parish Fair Catalog, 40th Birthday, 1937-1977, October 10-15

44. French Settlement High School Class Reunion, Classes of 1940-1944, September 15, 1979

45. Telephone Directory, Grangeville, Greensburg, Montpelier, Pine Grove, August 1977


Tangipahoa Parish Material

46. Tangi Talk, Amite, La., March 26, 1969, reprinted from the 1909 Florida Parishes Newspaper showing city and parish officials

47. Bloody Tangipahoa, by Lee Lanier, Hammond Vindicator, July 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31; August 7, 14, 21, and 26, 1975

48. Bloody Tangipahoa, by Lee Lanier, Hammond Vindicator, September 4, 11, 18, and 25; October 2, 16, and 23, 1975

49. Bloody Tangipahoa, by Lee Lanier, Hammond Vindicator, November 6, 13, 20, and 27; December 11 and 18, 1975

50. Bloody Tangipahoa, by Lee Lanier, Hammond Vindicator, January 14, 22, and 29; February 5, 12, and 26, 1976

51. Bloody Tangipahoa, by Lee Lanier, Hammond Vindicator, March , 11, 18, and 25; April 1 and 8, 1976

52. Where Main Street Meets the River by Hodding Carter (xerox copy of Chapter 3 "Tangipahoa was Bloody" about Dr. Newsom, the dentist and the Starnes Brothers)

53. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings; Historic Commission Plans Restoration of Denham landmark [Denham Springs City Hall], Livingston Parish News, April 13, 1997


Box 4 --Livingston and Tangipahoa Parishes Material


1. Southeast Louisiana Agri-Dustrial Futurama, April 8-11, 1965, contains short histories of Natalbany, Hammond, Ponchatoula, Springfield, Hungarian Settlement-Hungarian recipes, Albany (xerox copy of Program)

2. Ninth Annual Agridustrial Futurama, April 16-19, 1970, contains History of Independence-Our Italian People, by Frank L. Anzalone, Our Indian People, by Mrs. James Polk (Irene) Morris, Jr., The Hungarians of Albany-Our Hungarian People-Hungarian recipes, by Bertram H. Groene, Our French People, by Joe Robichaux, Our Lebanese People, by Mrs. Ernest Bahm (xerox copy of Program)


Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Material

3. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Articles of Incorporation (2 versions), and Bylaws, 1973

4. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Minutes, April 25, November 21, 1974; February

28, August 23, 1975; August 26, 1976; May and August 1977; September 24 and November

16, 1978; February 22 and April 26, 1979

5. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Inc.--Membership Application

6. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Membership List 1978-79

7. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Newsletters, 1974-1984

8. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Correspondence, Notes, and Agendas, 1973-1984

9. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Banquet Brochures, 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1984

10. Letters to and from Clark Forrest concerning Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, 1973- 1981

11. "Historical Unit Sets Meeting in Hammond [Clark Forrest to Speak]," Morning Advocate, February 26, 1974 (xerox copy)

12. "Louis Saillard Speaker" at Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Daily Star, April 19, 1975

13. "History Group Meets Tonight (SLHA)," Denham Springs News, November 20, 1975 and Photograph of Dr. Bertram Groene, Jeff Hughes, and Robert Neuman, curator of anthropology at Louisiana State University, who spoke at the Southeast Louisiana Historical Association meeting November 20, Denham Springs News, November 24, 1975 (xerox copies)

14. "Williams Addresses Historians" at Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Hammond Vindicator, April 27, 1978 (xerox copy)

15. "Airport's History Reviewed" at Southeast Louisiana Historical Association meeting, Sunday Star Shopping Guide, September 24, 1978 (xerox copy)

16. "Charles East to be Guest Speaker" at Southeast Louisiana Historical Association meeting, Denham Springs News, November 2, 1978 (xerox copy)

17. "Carol Jahncke discusses `Mr. Kentzel Covington,'" at Southeast Louisiana Historical Association meeting, Sunday Star, February 25, 1979 (xerox copy)

18. "Will Butler Addresses Historical Association" April 26, 1979, Daily Star, n. d. (xerox copy)

19. Photograph of award recipients from the Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Hammond Vindicator, July 12, 1979 (original and xerox copy)

20. "Historical Pictures Requested" by Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Sunday

Shopping Guide, April 13, 1980

Southeastern Louisiana University

21. Flyers and Programs of History and Genealogy Symposia at Southeastern Louisiana University, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, and 1984

22. Newspaper clippings about History and Genealogy Symposia at Southeastern Louisiana University, Sun, April 6, 1977 and Hammond Vindicator, April 6, 1978

23. Handwritten Notes SLHA Symposium and Information Page for iocese of Baton Rouge, Department of Archives, April 19, 1980

24. Handwritten Notes on SLU History and Genealogy Symposium, February 6, 1982

25. Certificates for Southeastern Louisiana University History and Genealogy Symposium, 1982, 1983, 1984, and 1985; and a Special Recognition Certificate from the Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, May 10, 1984

26. Program and handwritten notes for Florida Parishes Folklife Conference, March 5, 1983

27. "Couple Donate Historical Items to Southeastern Louisiana University Archives," Morning Advocate, January 12, 1974

28. Newspaper clippings about SLU Faculty: "Historic Document Given Southeastern Archives" Story and photograph of Dr. Dudley Johnson, Guy Dyson, Dr. Bertram Groene, and Sonny Starns giving document, Murray Newspapers, April 21, 1976; "Author honored at reception depicting early Tangipahoa" C. Howard Nichols author of Tangipahoa Crossings, Morning Advocate, December 8, 1979; "The Rise and Fall of the Cypress Forest" Charles A. Dranguet, Jr. and Roman J. Heleniak writing about the cypress forest, Gumbo Magazine, November 8, 1987

29. The Inauguration of James Larry Crain As the Tenth President of Southeastern Louisiana University, October 17, 1981 (program)


Tangipahoa Parish Material

30. Survey of Tangipahoa River, Louisiana, Office of Public Work's Library, 1879 (xerox copy)

31. Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana Soil Survey, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1906 (xerox copy)

32. The Enterprise (Ponchatoula), November 15, 1946

33. History of Ponchatoula, by Col. Claude Lindsay, 1 pages, n. d.; Also Thru the Years, Ponchatoula Centennial Celebration, April 19, May 1-6, 1961 (xerox copy)

34. Map, showing Camp Moore and Greensburg Road (xerox copy)

35. "Soldiers Now on Duty at Kentwood to Protect the Italians," Microfilm copy of Times- Picayune, February 29, 1908

36. Pumpkin Center-About 60 Years Ago by Georgia Talbot, Hammond Vindicator, 1967

37. Newspaper clippings--"Unofficial Plan Seems Tangi Fate," Morning Advocate, March 15, 1969; "Tangipahoa Building Code Suit Dropped, Morning Advocate, January 1, 1976

38. "Louisiana Places, Amite," Sunday Advocate, June 20, 1971 and May 9, 1976

39. "Amite Blue Law Ruled Too Leaky," Morning Advocate, June 12, 1973

40. "Old Amite Courthouse," Murray Newspapers, November 21, 1973

41. "Landmark Church (original Presbyterian Church in Arcola) A Tourist Attraction," Daily Star, November 23, 1973

42. "Strawberries Were Grown in Tangi Before the Civil War," Murray Newspapers, April 3, 1974

43. "Vindicator Celebrates 82nd Birthday," Hammond Vindicator, April 11, 1974

44. "Ruddock: A Something Gone from the Swamp, in the Past," by Bill Graziano, Hammond Vindicator, April 3, 1975

45. "A Swamp Graveyard Tells Another Chapter," by Bill Graziano, Hammond Vindicator, May 1, 1975

46. "Parish Fair Dedicated to Lee Lanier and Sons," Hammond Vindicator, October 2, 1975 (xerox copy)

47. "Manchac Marker Missed--Found," Sun, October 15, 1975; "Two Markers Dedicated" Hammond Vindicator, November 13, 1975

48. "Tales from Tangipahoa," by Irene Morris, Hammond Vindicator, January 29, 1976

49. "The Story of Strader, LA.," by Bill Graziano, Murray Newspapers, January 28, 1976 and February 4, 1976

50. "A History of Education in Tangipahoa Parish," written by Robert Weldon Russell in 1939 for his master's degree at LSU, Hammond Vindicator, September 2, 1976 (newspaper clipping)

51. "The Way Farming Was When Grandad Was A Boy" (Old Farmer's Day), by Ed Cullen, Sunday Advocate, October 24, 1976

52. Scenes from Loranger's Old Farmers Day, Hammond Vindicator, October 28, 1976

53. "Berry Fest: Deposits Top $500,000," Sun, April 10. 1977 (xerox copy)

54. "Recognition Planned for Preservationist," Sunday Advocate, May 7, 1978 (one of the people recognized was Will Ed Butler of Ponchatoula) (xerox copy)

55. "Zemurray Gardens History Dates to 1828," Daily Star, December 6, 1979; Zemurray Gardens (1990 season-brochure); Naturally Wild!, Global Wildlife Center (brochure)

56. Postcard of Cate Square circa 1900, invitation for Hammond Heritage Day; also Brochures, 1976 and 1981

57. Italian Festival, Hammond Vindicator, April 8, 1982 (whole paper)

58. "Package Art" (One for Strawberries of Tickfaw, LA), Sunday Advocate, February 12, 1989

59. "Crown Sells Plant to Manville," Sunday Star, December 12, 1982

60. "Plywood Plant in Natalbany May Bud Anew," Daily Star, January 2, 1985 (xerox copy)

61. "Natalbany: There's no Whistle Anymore," by Diane Hymel, Gumbo Magazine, Sunday Star, May 31, 1987

62. Fan, N. A. James Funeral Home


Box 5--Historical Publications


1. Louisiana History, The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1, 2, & 4, Winter, Spring, & Fall 1983

2. Louisiana History, The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Vol. XXV, Nos. 1, 3, & 4, Winter, Summer, & Fall, 1984

3. Louisiana History, The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Vol. XXVI, no. 2, Spring 1985; Vol. XXVII, Nos. 3 & 4, Summer and Fall 1986; Vol. XXVII, No. 2, Spring 1987

4. Louisiana History, The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Vol. XXIX, Nos. 1-4, Winter, Spring, Summer, & Fall 1988

5. Louisiana History, The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Vol. XXX, Nos. 2, 3, and 4, Spring, Summer, and Fall 1989

6. Louisiana History, The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Vol. XXXI, Nos. 1 & 2, Winter and Spring 1990

7. Louisiana History Newsletter, November 1975, May 1976, May 1977, Spring 1988, Fall 1990

8. The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. III, Number 4, Fall 1985

9. The Historic New Orleans Collection Manuscripts Division Update, Vol. 7, 1988; Vol. 8, 1989; Vol. 9, 1990

10. State Archives & Records Service Newsletter, 1978-1981

11. Legacy, State Archives & Records Newsletter, October 1981-August 1987 (14 copies)

12. Melanges, No. 2, September 27, 1971, Louisiana House Types, A Field Guide by Milton B. Newton, Jr., Museum of Geoscience, LSU

13. Melanges, No. 7, April 23, 1973, Country and Small-Town Stores of Louisiana, Legacy of the Greek Revival and the Frontier, by Linda Pulliam and Milton B. Newton, Jr., Museum of Geoscience, LSU

14. Southern Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South, Vol. XXI, No. 4, Winter 1982

15. Southern Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South, Vol. XXII, Nos. 1-3, Spring, Summer, Fall, 1983

16. Southern Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South, Vol. XXIII, Nos. 1 & 2, Spring and Fall 1984

17. Southern Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South, Vol. XXIV, No. 1, Spring 1985

18. Southern Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South, Vol. XXVI, Nos. 1 & 2, Spring and Summer 1987


Box 6--Material on State of Louisiana and Towns


1. Regional Housing Planning, A Technical Guide, March 1972

2. Rural Communities and the American: A Partnership for Progress, United States Department of Agriculture, July 1984

3. At the Crossroads, An Inquiry into Rural Post Offices and the Communities They Serve by Richard J. Margolis

4. Report of the Commissioner of Labor and Industrial Statistics to the Governor and General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, New Orleans, 1916 (xerox copy)

5. State of Louisiana, Homestead and Building and Loan Associations Reports made to Clem H. Sehrt, December 31, 1969

6. Proclamation for Small Business Week, signed by Governor David C. Treen, April 14, 1981; "We have created a monster, panel told;" "Panel backs curb on use of bonds," Morning Advocate, April 18, 1981; "House votes to quit giving retailers low-interest construction bonds, State Times, May 1, 1981 (xerox copies)

7. Louisiana Business, Published by the Department of Commerce, State of Louisiana, Vol. 2, No. 6, September-October 1985

8. Informational Pamphlet, For The Guidance of Commissioners (In Conformity with R.S. 18:27), n. d.

9. State of Louisiana, Election Code R. S. Title 18, Chapters 1 through 13, as amended through 1977; and Municipal Election Information, 1978; Police Jury Manual, A Compilation of the Laws Concerning the Authority and Responsibility of Police Juries, Third Edition, March 1976

10. Title Papers of the Public Buildings Service, The National Archives, Special List No. 30, Washington, 1972 (xerox copies of pages 1, 2 (Introduction), 24 and 25 (Louisiana public buildings listed)

11. An Oral History Primer, for Tape-recording Personal and Family Histories by Gary L. Shumway and William G. Hartley, 1973

12. Oral History for Louisiana by Joel Gardner, 1980

13. Folklife and Fieldwork, A Layman's Introduction to Field Techniques, Prepared by Peter Bartis, 1980

14. Historical Landmarks in the Capital Region, Land Use Report, Capitol Region Planning Commission, July 1973

15. "Historic Monuments of Region Catalogued by CRPC (Capitol Region Planning Commission, Sunday Advocate, September 23, 1973 (xerox copy)

16. Nos Environs, "Louisiana Records Its Past," October 14, 1973; "Politics and Quality," March 10, 1974, Sunday Advocate (xerox copies)

17. "Archival Preservation Gains Momentum" (State Archives), Sunday Advocate, September 16, 1979

18. Program for the Dedication Ceremony of the Louisiana State Archives, August 24, 1987

19. "La. Gets Grant for Indian Affairs," Morning Advocate, August 2, 1974

20. "Louisiana Military History has a Friend: Pat Casey," Sunday Magazine, August 18, 1985

21. Louisiana: Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Towns, etc. by Alcee Fortier, Vol. II, 1914 (xerox of pages 108 and 390, M and R)

22. "Louisiana Places, Evangeline," Morning Advocate, November 26, 1967

23. Louisiana Place Names: Some Preliminary Considerations by Leslie G. Whitbread, Louisiana Studies, Fall 1968 (xerox copy)

24. "Louisiana Places, Old Wire Road," Sunday Advocate, March 12, 1978

25. "The Town of Intercourse, Flourishing in its Simplicity," by Damon Veach, (article about towns with strange names), Sunday Advocate, December 2, 1979

26. "Tracing Place Names Leads Many Directions," Daily Star, December 16, 1984 (xeroxed newspaper clipping)

27. List of unlocated places by Edmund R. Tylenda (handwritten copy)

28. Guide touristique de I'ile d'Orleans, 1982 (Booklet in French)

29. 1986 Calendar of New Orleans trains and depots, by Louisiana State Railroad Museum

30. Metairie, A Tongue of Land to Pasture: An Account of the Development of the Faith community in East Jefferson Deanery Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of St. Francis Xavier Parish), by Monsignor Henry C. Bezou, 1979 (xerox copy of pages 4, 5, 32, and 33)

31. Brochure about Political Leadership in a Southern City, New Orleans in the Progressive Era 1896-1902 by Edward F. Haas

32. Industrial Development Board Financing Information for New Orleans, 1979; Louisiana's Industrial Development Bond Programs (xerox copies)

33. Criteria for Evaluating Project with Respect to the Industrial Development Board of the Parish of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Inc. (xerox copy)

34. Alvin Fairburn & Associates, Inc., Descriptions of Services

35. The Ninth Battalion of Louisiana Infantry, A Partial History, by Warren B. Wall, (made up of men from the Florida Parishes and served in the Florida Parish), First Draft, Nov.-Dec. 1980 (xerox copy)

36. A Brief History of the Towns of East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, by Peggy Doughty, Received by Clark Forrest from La. Dept. of Public Works June 19, 1973 (xerox copy)

37. Port Hudson Civil War Battlefield (brochure)

38. Baton Rouge Bicentennial Flyers (4); Jack Anderson Columns about Bicentennial, Morning Advocate, September 13, 1974 and June 8, 1975

39. Bicentennial Commission, Funding and Grants Information, Baton Rouge, La., October 6, 1975

40. Marquis De Lafayette, by Mrs. Evelyn M. Thom, published by the Baton Rouge Bicentennial Commission, 1975

41. Marcha de Galvez, by Jack D. L. Holmes, published by the Baton Rouge Bicentennial Commission, 1975

42. Summer 1975, Cultural Events Calendar, Arts and Humanities Council of Baton Rouge

43. Fiftieth Anniversary Louisiana State University Agricultural Extension Service, August 3, 1914- August 3, 1964,

44. L.S.U. Magazine, Vol. 61, No. 1, February 1985; L.S.U. Magazine, 1860-1985 A Special Anniversary Issue, Vol. 61, No. 4, September 1985

45. L.S.U. Magazine, Vol. 69, No. 1, Winter 1993; LSUoutlook, Vol. 29, No. 2, March 1982

46. Magnolia Mound Informational and Bicentennial Banner, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1975 (Brochures)

47. "Greenwell Springs Hospital, Louisiana's Changling," Sunday Advocate, February 5, 1970

48. "Port Allen Alderman Eye Water Meters Outside City Limits," Morning Advocate, June 11, 1974

49. Brochures about DeQunicy, Historic Cheneyville, and Jackson, Louisiana; Map of Greensburg and Montpelier, St. Helena Parish

50. References to St. Gabriel and Sunshine, 1919 and 1930 hand written out of Dun Business Directory of Louisiana

51. Letter to J. A. Sotile, Editor, Il Messaggero di Louisiana, Plaquemine, La. about suggested sources and topics, July 8, 1982

52. "Step Back in Time with Iberville Parish Tour", Sunday Advocate, May 6, 1984

53. White Castle Centennial Celebration--1884-1984, May 4-6, 1984

54. "Natchitoches Labeled for Bicentennial," Morning Advocate, August 4, 1973

55. Process and Criteria for Evaluating Projects, Industrial Development Board, Lafayette Parish (xerox copy)

56. Brochure for Becoming Woman Art Exhibit (photos of Crowley, La.), 1980

57. Country Roads, Quarterly Magazine, Summer 1984; Spring and Summer 1985 (St. Francisville, Louisiana)

58. Country Roads, Quarterly Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 1, September-October 1987

59. "Lighthouses: Memories of Isolation," Morning Advocate, April 19, 1976

60. Lighthouses & Lightships of the Northern Gulf of Mexico by Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard, n.d.

61. Louisiana Paradise, The Chenieres and Wetlands of Southwest Louisiana (brochure advertising book from Center for Louisiana Studies, Lafayette, Louisiana)

62. Saint John The Baptist Parish on the Corridor of History, Publication by the Bank of St. John, 1974, hardcover, 63 pages

63. Historic Names and Places on the Lower Mississippi River, by Marion Bragg, 1977 (xerox copy of page 236 of a Map showing plantations in St. John the Baptist Parish)

64. House of Cards, autobiography by Albertine Odom Hall, 1974, set in the swamp country of Southern Louisiana among the Creole French during the late 1890s and early 1900s, hardcover, 208 pages

65. Plaquemines, The Empire Parish by J. Ben Meyer, Sr., 1981, softcover, 97 pages

66. The Teche Country Fifty Years Ago, by Francis DuBose Richardson of Bayside Plantation (1812-1901) (copied from the Southern Bivouac of January 1886--xerox copy)

67. The Search for Fort Miro: A Colonial Spanish Fort in the Ouachita Valley, Northeast Louisiana Archeological Society, Popular Series No. 1, 1975. 62 pages

68. Rapides Parish History, A Sourcebook, by Sue Eakin, Published by the Historical Association of Central Louisiana, 1976

69 Kisatchie National Forest Recreation Directory, October 1988

70. A Camera Trip Through Camp Claiborne, A picture book of the camp and its activities (small booklet); 50 Year Commemoration, 1940-1990 (Camp Claiborne) (small booklet)

71. Away for a Day in Historical Central Louisiana, A Pictorial Tour Guide, 1977, softcover, 64 pages

72. Merryville, Louisiana [Beauregard Parish] Brochure; Brochure about Louisiana Gothic: Recollections of the 1930s published by the Center for Louisiana Studies

73. Map of Llano Cooperative Colony; New Llano or Newllano [Vernon Parish, LA] colony began in 1917 [Louisiana] (xerox copy)

74. "Hopes High for Future of Louisiana's Oil City," (located near the Texas and Arkansas borders, 18 miles northwest of Shreveport) by Pat Remick, Sunday Advocate, November 7, 1982

75. Brochure about Shreveport, The Beginnings, by Holice H. Henrici, The Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana

76. Caldwell Parishes in Slices: Beginning A Brief History of Caldwell Parish, 1838-1971, by H. Ted Woods (xerox copy)

77. "Mississippi Valley Essays Gathered in New Volume"-- The Spanish in the Mississippi Valley, edited by John Francis McDermott, Sunday Advocate, March 17, 1974

77a. I-10 Baton Rouge MIS Mississippi River Bridge to I-10/I-12 Split, Issue No. 1, March 1998

77b. St. Helena Historical Association Quarterly, Winter Issue, Fifty-Four

77c. The Crimson Flyer, Vol 4, Issue 3


78. "Who's Where in House, Senate--Committees Are Given," Morning Advocate, May 13, 1974

79. Henson Moore Reports From Congress, June 1980

80. Address by J. Kelly Nix to Edwin Edwards, March 29, 1974

81. "Kelly Nix is Expert on Funding, by Guy Coates, Morning Advocate, October 14, 1974

82. "Edwards Indicted," Morning Advocate, March 1, 1985

83. Correspondence Letters Between Forrest Family and Richard H. Baker (Member of Congress)


Box 7 --Genealogy material


1. The Louisiana Genealogical Register, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 1, March 1991 and No. 2, June 1991; flyer about 1985 annual meeting

2. Le Reconteur, Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1978 and Fall 1980 edition

3. Letter from Hunting For Bears, Inc., April 19, 1982; "Hunting For Bears," Murray Newspapers, June 4, 1975

4. Bear Tracks, No. 27, Jan.-Feb.; No. 28, Mar.-Apr. 1984; No. 30, Summer 1984; No. 31, 1st Quarter 1985; No. 32, No. 33, 2nd Quarter 1985; 3rd Quarter 1985; No. 34, 4th Quarter 1985; No. 36, 2nd Quarter 1986, No. 40, 2nd Quarter 1987; No. 42, 4th Quarter 1987; No. 43, 1st Quarter 1988, No. 44, 2nd Qtr. 1988; No. 46, 4th Quarter 1989

5. Journal of the East Ascension Genealogical and Historical Society, Vol. XI, Nos. 3 & 4, October 1991

6. The French Settlement Historical Register, Vol. 1, Dec. 1976

7. The French Settlement Historical Register, Vol. 2, December 1977

8. The French Settlement Historical Register, Vol. 3, December 1978

9. The French Settlement Historical Register, Vol. 5, December 1980

10. French Settlement Historical Society, Inc. Newsletter, 1991-1996 (15 scattered issues)

11. Newsletters: The ELHAgram, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1, 1990 and Vol. 12, No. 21, October 1, 2001; The St. Helena Historical Association Quarterly, Summer 1991; Spring 1991; Winter 1994; Spring 1994; Summer 1994; Fall 1994; Winter 1995; St. Tammany Historical Society, Inc. Summer 1988 Newsletter and June 1997; The Tangi Tracker, a publication of the Tangipahoa Parish Historical and Genealogical Society; Vol. 4, No. 2 and Vol. 4, No. 3

12. Marriage Index, Livingston Parish

13. Abstracts of Obituaries from the Minutes of the Magee's Creek Baptist Association (Mississippi and Louisiana), 1882-1924, compiled by E. Russ Williams, Jr., Monroe, Louisiana 1978, softcover, 96 pages

14. History of Land Titles in the State of Louisiana, by Poret, Ory G. (41-page booklet)

15. Southern Queries, The contact magazine for people searching for their Southern ancestors, Vol. 1, No. 4, November-December 1990

16. Prologue, Journal of the National Archives, Summer 1986, Vol. 18, No. 2

17. Gateway to American, Genealogical Research in the New York State Library, State Education Department, Albany, New York, 1982, softcover, 46 pages

18. A Complete Catalogue of Regional, Scholarly, Local History & Genealogical Books from The Reprint Co., Publishers, 1989

19. Listing of Alabama Genealogical Periodicals and Societies

20. Beginning Your Genealogical Research in the National Archives, 1981; Genealogical Research at the Louisiana State Archives, 1988; and National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Genealogical Library Brochure

21. The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and The Creoles of German Descent, by

J. Hanno Deiler, with a new preface, chronology and index by Jack Belsom, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1970 (xerox copy)

22. Louisiana in the War of 1812, by Powell A. Casey, 1963 (xerox copy)

23. Confederate Muster Roll Record for John Threeton

24. The Succession of Benjamin Wall, File 9, Probate Records of Livingston Parish; Will of Rebecca Perrin (January 9, 1904 of Killian, LA, abstracted by Warren B. Wall, May 1980)

25. Moses Taylor, Sr. family history; Lemming family history; Opdenweyer Family History

26. Eulogy for Dudley Johnson; "New Orleans Nun Transforms Pool Hall Into Convent," "Will Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary Today [Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Harney]," and "Mrs. Frances Addison Lived Ninety Years in One Place" (xerox copies of newspapers); Hutchinson's celebrate 70 years of marriage [Cleon and Mattie Smith]; Harvey Hutchinson still happily married [Harvey and Minnie Lou]

27. "Genealogical Service Begun for U. S. Blacks," Morning Advocate, May 16, 1974; Louisiana Ancestors, by Damon Veach, Sunday Magazine, April 22, 1984 (List of books published by Genealogical Publishing Co.); The Challenge of Genealogy, Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, February 11, 1985; Irish Research, February 18, 1985; The Challenge of Genealogy, Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News, October 19, 1987


Box 8 --Material About Other States


1. The Journal of Mississippi History, Vol. LI, No. 1, February 1989, No. 2, May 1989; Vol. LII, No. 1, February 1990, No. 2, November 1990; Vol. LIII, No. 1, February 1991; Index for Vol. L

2. Mississippi History Newsletter, Vol. XXVIII, No. 7, September 1986-Vol. XXXVI, No. 3, March 1994 (12 scattered issues); Ocean Springs Genealogical Society Newsletter, July/August 1997; Circa: Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience, Spring 1998

3. 1986-87 Annual Report, Department of Archives and History, State of Mississippi

4. Know Your Heritage, by Leila B. LaGrone (Deadwood Cemetery--Panola County, Mississippi) (xerox copy)

5. "Metamorphosis in McComb (The Ice House Shopping Complex)," by Michael McCallu, Sunday Advocate, February 3, 1980

6. "Natchez Trace Offers Glimpse of the Past," Morning Advocate, January 6, 1986

7. "A Mississippi Boy, a Texas Girl and a Railroad Career," Morning Advocate, January 7, 1986

8. Shrines to Tomorrow, Volume 1, A Photographic Study of more than 100 historical churches in Mississippi, 1971

9. Vicksburg on Your Own, An Illustrated Guide to the Battlefield, 1971

10. Springfield Plantation, C. 1786-1791, Fayette, Mississippi (brochure)

11. "History of Jayess Traced from the Time it was J. S. (xerox copy of newspaper article-3 copies)

12. Pearl River, Highway to Glory Land (history of area from the mouth of the Pearl River to the, by S.[amuel] G.[rady] Thigpen, c. 1965 Henleyfield area, about 167 miles northwest of Picayune, Mississippi)

13. Dietzel's Turkey Farm & Hatchery, Atchison, Kansas (Sales Brochure)

14. The South Carolina Archives, A Temporary Summary Guide, 1976

15. Casa de Settoon, Restaurant and Courtyard, St. Augustine, Florida (Brochure-2 copies)

16. "Armadillos Brought to Center," The Champion, Shelby County, Texas, July 18, 1979

17. Information Flyer, The Admiral Nimitz Center, Fredericksburg, Texas

18. Second Supplement to the Trade Tokens of Texas, by William E. Fowler and John H. Ribbe, 1984

19. ATCO, Active Token Collectors Organization, Sioux Falls, SD, Vol. 10, No. 2, February 1991

20. Brochures about Grouseland House of William Henry Harrison, and George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, Vincennes, Indiana

21. 1988 Indiana Highway Map and 1979-1980 Illinois Highway Map

22. The Northern Map Company Catalog, Dunnellon, Florida

23. Interstate Road Atlas, United States, Canada, Mexico, 1984

24. Golden Moments: An Illustrated Magazine, Augusta, Maine, May 1897

25. Brochures about Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan

26. Vermont Life, August 1984

27. The Strand Magazine, or World Wide Magazine, May 1898, International News Company, New York City

28. Informational pamphlet, "Natural Resource Enterprises," Mississippi State University, n.d.
29. Six Important Invasive Species of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, December 2009.
30. Managing the Family Forest in Mississippi, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University, April 9, 2008.


Box 9 --Agriculture and Railroad Material


1. The World of Cargill (promotional booklet)

2. Farm Journal and Country Gentleman, October 1955

3. The Old Farmer's Almanac, 1966

4. Agriculture History, Vol. 51, No. 3, July 1977 and Vol. 52, No. 4, October 1978 Published Quarterly for the Agricultural History Society by the University of California Press

5. Bylaws of the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum Foundation, November 17, 1982

6. Steamboat Engineer's Certificate for Norman Washburn, dated February 13, 1861

7. The Role of Water Transportation in the Settlement of Bayou Manchac and the Amite River, Louisiana, A Thesis by John Reilly McKenna, Jr., December 1975

8. Louisiana and Delta Railroad

9. Maps of Union Pacific System, Union Pacific Railroad and Missouri Pacific Railroad

10. Map of Illinois Central Railroad System, 1988

11. Virginia & Truckee, A Story of Virginia City and Comstock Times, by Lucius Beebe & Charles Clegg, 1949, softcover, 67 pages

12. "A Line Worth Its Salt!" Modern Railroads, February 1987, pages 23-25 (xerox copy)

13. Scale railroad plans, Underground Railway Press

14. The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Inc. Newsletter, Vol. 9, No. 4, December 1989; Vol. 10, No. 4, December 1990

15. The Railway & Locomotive Society, Inc., Railroad History 161, Autumn 1989; Railroad History 162, Spring 1990; Railroad History 164, Spring 1991; Railroad History 165, Autumn 1991

16. "Mr. Moyers' list," by Dyan Machan about Illinois Central Railroad

17. Everybody's Business, An Almanac, The Irreverent Guide to Corporate America, 1980 (xerox copy)

18. Louisiana Forest Products Industry: Performance and Contribution to the State's Economy, 1970-1980, United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, December 1986

19. Louisiana's Sawmill Towns, by Dr. Anna C. Burns, Forests & People, Fourth Quarter 1990; xerox pages from Paper Age, May 1988

20. Main Line of Mid-America information booklet from Illinois Central Railroad

21. Progressive Railroading Annual Forecast Issue, January 1995

22. Welcome to Weyerhasuser's Corporate Headquarters information booklet

23. National Railway Bulletin Society Activities Annual, 2004

24. NRHS News, National Railway Bulletin No. 4, April 2004 and NRHS Bulletin, Spring 2007

25 .Boise Cascade Corporation Annual Meeting of Shareholders, Boise, Idaho, April 17, 1998 "Notice and Proxy Statement.

26. Forests & People Official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association, Vol. 48, No. 1, First Quarter 1998

27. Edgings and Trimmings The Newsletter of the Southern Forest Heritage Museum & Research Center, Inc., Vol 9, No 4, 4 th Quarter 2003

28. “History of local railroads traced”Denham Springs News, March 9, 1978

29. 26th Annual Florida Parishes Forestry Forum Issues and Concerns for Forest Landowners, March 20, 2015


Box 10 --Miscellaneous Material


1. About Black Americans: A History of the Black Man in the United States, 1974

2. Time, Special 1776 Issue, Vol. 105, No. 20, 1975

3. Time, Special Bicentennial Issue, Vol. 107, No. 21, 1976

4. Bicentennial Ethnic Racial Report, January 1976

5. Advertisement for Anne Tidmore Flags, 1976; Our Flag (brochure)

6. Bicentennial Commemorative Coins, Order Form from Rivetz of Boston

7. Bibliography from The Louisiana Strawberry Story by Ginger Romero (xerox copy)

8. Article about funerals, by Jim Fitzgerald, Morning Advocate, October 25, 1977 (xerox copy)

9. Letter to Dr. Charles Andrews thanking him for Prairie Lore, November 29, 1978 (xerox copy)

10. Letter concerning "`Death and Dying' Series Offered" in Sunday Star on December 31, 1978 (2 xerox copy); Also letter from Dr. Jerome Salomone about Death and Dying by Charles Andrews, dated October 16, 1978

11. "Cajun Leisure," by Jerome J. Salomone (xerox copy) and letters to and from Dr. Salomone, April 20 and 21, 1978

12. Program for Mid-South Sociological Association 1977 Annual Meeting, November 2-5, Monroe, Louisiana

13. Program for Mid-South Sociological Association 1978 Annual Meeting, November 1-4, Jackson, Mississippi (2 copies)

14. Sociological Abstracts, October 1977 and 1978

15. Sociological Forum, The Official Journal of the Mid-South Sociological Association, Vol. 1, Fall 1978

16. Letter to participants and assorted correspondence of 1977 Mid-South Sociological Program

17. Correspondence concerning Mid-South Sociological Association, 1979 and 1980

18. The Clergy vs. the Funeral Director, or the Clergy vs. Jessica Mitford? by Suzanne Heurtin Roberts and Jerome J. Salomone, A paper prepared for presentation at the meeting of the Mid- South Sociological Society, November 4, 1977

19. Changing Funeral Customs in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, A Brief Comparison and Contrast of Four Racial-Ethnic Groups, by Clark Forrest (4 copies)

20. Newspaper Clippings:

a) "$90,000 SLU Grant," "League seeking stove," "Gonzales Marketing Team tours local business," and "Fuller Services, n.d.

b) "Inflation Hits Moonshiners," by Gerald Pryor, Atlanta Constitution, July 23, 1974

c) "Political Horizons, The Games People Play: Burning Gas Looking for Gas," by Gerald Moses, Sunday Advocate, March 3, 1974

d) "Urologist Believes Father of United States Sterile;" newspaper photograph of the Martha Washington One-dollar Silver Certificate, unidentified newspaper clippings, n. d.; and "Train Delivers 1st U. S. Airmail" Grit, July 27, 1975

e) "Man Bitten in Service During Snake Handling Service," Morning Advocate, July 2, 1973; "Victim of Snakebite Has Surgery," Morning Advocate, July 3, 1973

f) No Decision on Charging Boy's Dad," Morning Advocate, August 29, 1973"; Charismatic Movement Spreads in Bible Belt," Sunday Advocate, September 2, 1973

g) Cult in Turkey Worships Devil, Sunday Advocate, June 24, 1973

21. Mary Baker Eddy, The Years of Trial, 1876-1891 by Robert Peel, 1971; Mary Baker Eddy, The Years of Authority, 1892-1910 by Robert Peel, 1977

22. The Plumbing Leaks when you Sneeze or How to Laugh at Rheumatism, Retirement and Geriatric Sex, A book of poems by Rita Millet, 1985 (author lives in French Settlement, Louisiana)

23. The Story of Spanish Moss and the Wax Tree of Louisiana, by Jack D. L. Holmes

24. Various Letters from Clark Forrest, 1977-1984

25. Various Letters to Clark Forrest, 1972-1985

26. Assorted Notes (Clark Forrest Files)

27. Assorted Forms and Papers (Clark Forrest Files)

28. Louisiana Gothic: Recollections of the 1930s, by Glenn R. Conrad and Vaughan B. Baker (brochure advertising book)

29. Downtown Revitalization, Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service (brochure)

30. Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC): Need Standards, Payment Standards, and Maximum Benefits for Families with No Countable Income, September 7, 1988, Updated November 5, 1990 (CRS Report for Congress)

31. Introducing the most modern microfilm center in North American (brochure about the East Baton Rouge Clerk of Courts Office)

32. U. S. Geological Survey: Earth Science in the Public Service (28-page booklet)

33. Esso Oilways, November 1958 (xerox copy of article entitled "New Orleans Recipe for Iron and Steel," pp. 13-19)

34. Foreign Investment in the Port of South Louisiana Area: Past, Present and Future, by Virginia D. Simons, Assistant Director Port of South Louisiana (5-page paper)

35. Small Town, Vol. 20, January-February 1990 (xerox copy of article) "Challenge of Small Town Economic Development: Brief Synopsis of Programs in Louisiana," by Matthew J. Richard and Fritz Wagner, pp. 22-27

36. Article about Ormet Corporation (2 xerox pages)

37. Plumlee's Philosophy on Philosophy, Paper Age, February 1989 (1 page of magazine)

38. You can't say it in English, by Jack Smith (1 xerox page)

39. Zapata Haynie Corporation (brochure)

40. New Orleans, Michoud, and the Tank (booklet)

41. Southern Oilfield Supply & Manufacturing, Inc. (brochure)

42. McDermott Shipyards (booklet)

43. Up With Youth, support the Camp Claiborne Job Corps Center (brochure)

44. The Wall Is Strong: Corrections in Louisiana, edited by Burk Foster, Wilbert Rideau, and Ron Wikbert, The Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana (brochure advertising book)

45. "Condensed History of the National Society of Professional Engineers," Consultant, Vol. 29, No. 4, April 1986

46. The Greater Denham Springs Chamber of Commerce Chamber Chatter, March 1989

47. Statement of David S. Ruder, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission Before the Senate Committee on Finance Concerning Leveraged Buyouts, January 25, 1989 (59-page paper); Letter to Clark Forrest from J. Bennett Johnston, United States Senator

48. Proxy Statement for Annual Meeting of Shareholders to be Held December 21, 1994, Tuscaloosa Bancshares, Inc., Denham Springs, Louisiana

49. Mickler's Antiquarian Books, Chuluota, Florida (catalog)

50. Louisiana's Financial Incentives Programs (brochure)

51. Background Material on the Clean Air Act IP 8A: 1) "In Search of a Better Law to Clear the Air," by Philip Shabecoff, New York Times, May 14, 1989, pp. 1, 5, reproduced by the Library of Congress 2) "House Panel Votes Strict New Limits on Car Pollution," New York Times, October 3, 1989, reproduced by the Library of Congress 3) CRS Report for Congress, Air Toxics Bills in the 101st Congress: Comparison of the Major Provisions of H. R. 4 and S. 816, by Mira Courpas, Analyst, Environment and Natural Resources Policy Division, June 2, 1989 4) CRS Report for Congress: Comparison of H. R. 3030/S. 1490 and S. 1630 with the Clean Air Act, by Mira Courpas, Analyst; John E. Blodgett, Assistant Chief; Claudia Copeland, Senor Analyst; James E. McCarthy, Senior Analyst; Larry Parker, Specialist, Environment and Natural Resources Policy Division 5) CRS Issue Brief, Hazardous Air Pollutants: Proposals for Revising Section 112 of the Clean Air Act, updated October 20, 1989, by James E. McCarthy, Environment and Natural Resources Policy Division 6) CRS Issue Brief, Major Tracking Issue, Air Quality, Updated November 20, 1989, by John Blodgett and Mira Courpas, Environment and Natural Resources Policy Division 7) CRS Issue Brief, Clean Air Act Issues: Ozoned Nonattainment, Updated October 16, 1989, by Mira Courpas, Environment and Natural Resources Policy Division 8) CRS Issue Brief, Acid Rain Legislation in the 101st Congress, Updated November 20, 1989, by Mira Courpas and Larry Parker, Environment and Natural Resources Policy Division 9) CRS Issue Brief, Clean Air Act Issues: Motor Vehicle Emission Standards and Alternative Fuels, Updated December 1, 1989, by David E. Gushee, Environment and Natural Resources Policy Division 10) Letter to Clark & Barbara Forrest from Richard H. Baker, January 9, 1990

52. Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., Reports on Gaylord Container, Corp., Cavenham Forest Industries, Inc., Genesee & Wyoming Industries

53. Foreign Companies Investing in the Port of South Louisiana, compiled by Virginia D. Simons (4- page paper)

54. House Concurrent Resolutions: 1) Highways: Creates the El Camino Real Advisory Commission 2) Highways: Designates the 13-parish Culture, Recreation, and Tourism Volunteer Council to initiate a pilot project for a Scenic Louisiana Byways program; House Bill No. 1982: Historic Preservation: Establishes the West Florida Republic Historic Region

55. Florida Parishes Economic Development Association Newsletter, March 1995

56. Taste of Britain by Post (brochure)

57. Louisiana Indian Heritage Association at Tchefuncte Family Campground (brochure); Celebrating the Youth of Louisiana Indian Heritage Association, 18th Annual Fall Powwow, November 25 & 26, 1994 at Tchefuncte Family Campground, Folsom, LA (flyer); Louisiana Indian Heritage Association, Global Wildlife Center, Folsom, LA, October 11, 1994 (brochure-2 copies)

58. Some xeroxed pages from a paper about the social and economic developments sponsored by Governor Andre Bienvenu Roman during his two terms of office; also his family background; Three xeroxed pages showing some acts by Gov. Roman

59. Forbes (Special Issue 1986 Edition)--The Riches People in America, The Forbes Four Hundred

60. Louisiana, Index to topographic and other Map Coverage, published and distributed by United States Geological Survey National Mapping Program; National Cartographic Information Center, National Mapping Program (brochure); Quadrangle Index State of Louisiana, 1987

61. Teamwork Louisiana, Entergy, Summer 1994

62. The National Arbor Day Foundation, 1992 Calendar

63. The Spirit that Won the West, 1989 Calendar

64. Hometown Salute for Desert Storm Troops (files)

65. Thank you card from Robert B. DeBlieux

66. Preservation in Print, Vol. 18, No. 3, April 1991 (article Help Save Historic New Orleans!); Preservation in Print, Vol. 19, No. 1, February 1992 (Page 10-article about Lyon Lumber Company preservation as a museum in Garyville, LA)

67. Southern Newsprint Pioneer: The Lufkin Mill, Celebrating 50 Years of Progress, 1940-1990 (2 copies)

68. Changing Funeral Customs in Livingston Parish, Louisiana: A Sociological Perspective, A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University for the degree of Masters of Arts in The Department of Sociology, August 1976

69. Louisiana Directory of Manufacturers, 1992-93, Dept. of Economic Development

70. Environmental History, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-4, 1996

71. LSU Magazine, Vol. 69, No. 3, Fall 1993; Vol. 70, No. 1, Spring 1994

72. Aramco World, September-October 1993

73. Tourist & Newcomers Guide to Livingston Parish, 1995; 1996-97 ( copies)

74. Livingston Business Journal, August 1993; August-September 1994; 1995-December-January; February-March; April-May; June-July; August-September; October-November 1995; February 1996

74b. Miscellaneous Brochures, Flyers, Pamphlets, Booklets, Magazines, etc- Performing Arts Hammond Eastside Elementary Magnet, The Company; Keen Ovens; Hammond Eastside Elementary Magnet School of Performing Arts; Louisiana Development Ready Communities Regional Meetings, Fall 2012; Louisiana Development Ready Communities Program; Crossroads of the South, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana; TangiConnect Workforce Pathways Orientation 2013; 5Stones Media; Economic Development and Expansion, Entergy; African American Heritage Museum and Veterans Archives; PortLog The Annual Directory of the Port of South Louisiana, 2011 Edition; Industrial Development Board of the City of Hammond, Inc. Report of Compilation of General Purpose Financial Statements, June 30, 2014 (2); St. Bernard Port, Harbor, and Terminal District 2012 Report; Tamanend Harmony Inspired Learning and Living (letter to Clark Forrest included)

75. Denham Springs-Livingston Parish Chamber of Commerce, 1994 Membership Directory & Buyer's Guide

76. Business & Industry 1996, presented by the Denham Springs-Livingston Parish News

77. Burris Mill & Feed, Inc.; Freedom Pattern, Inc.; Arkel International Inc.; Atchison Casting; Flight International, January 13-19, 1993 (reprinted from a REED BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS); Gaylord, Bogalusa Mill, Bogalusa Box, Gaylord Chemical (brochure); Gaylord Bogalusa Mill News Notes, Vol. XV, No. 1, August 25, 1994

78. America's Fires, Management on Wildlands and Forests, by Stephen J. Pyne, 1997

79. Citizen's Guide to the 1992 Louisiana Legislature, PAR; You Have the Power to Make a Difference, The People's Agenda, A citizens Guide to the 1995 Election; Tracking Louisiana Opinions, Vol. 1, No. 4, November 1993; The Polling Report, Vol. 9, No. 23, November 29, 1993; The Louisiana Political Fax Weekly, published and written by John Maginnis; Advisory Commission on Local Government Records, Report the Legislature, January 1996

80. Air Force Magazine, December 1995 (Article about Barksdale AFB)

81. Miscellaneous: LaGin Information Resource Exchange, Vol. 16, No. 3, September 1995; Insite, Economic Development Newsletter; Original Contributions of Louisiana to Medical Sciences (xerox copy); Foundation for the Mid South, Report to the Region: The First Four Years; Livingston Parish Profile, 1994 (3 copies)

82. Miscellaneous Correspondence

83. Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings

84. Miscellaneous Brochures

85. Mississippi Historical Society 1995 Annual Meeting (brochure and letter); The Montgomery County Historical Society Inc., November 8, 1996 (letter)

86. 1992 and 1994 annual Report, The Woodville Civic Club, Inc. Wilkinson County Museum on the Courthouse Square, Woodville, Mississippi

87. Louisiana Roots, published free bi-monthly for Genealogy & History lovers with ties to Louisiana, 1995-1996

88. BROCHURES AND FLYERS: Southeastern Mississippi County Records available from Ben Strickland; General Mississippi Books; Family Periodicals, 1987 edition, compiled by Merle Ganier; Special Publications, National Genealogical Society; Folk Finder, Inc. flyers, No. 1 and No. 2; Baptist and Methodist Records of the Louisiana Florida Parishes, by Donna Burge Adams; Brochure about Livingston Parish History; Brochure about Sweat Families of the South by Erbon W. Wise; Land transactions for Robert Hutchinson and Nichols Highlands; flyer about Hutchinson Family Reunion; Flyer about St. Tammany Historical Society publishing the History of St. Tammany Parish September 13, 1994; Rosemont Plantation, The Davis Family Home and Cemetery (descendants of Samuel and Jane Cook Davis, Inc.) Woodville, Mississippi (registration form and letter to Clark Forrest dated 1989); brochure about Rosemont Plantation; Newsletter of the Maryland Genealogical Society, Vol. XIX, February 1991; Flyer about Backtrackers Genealogical Tours and Services; Flyer about Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society 1985 Annual Meeting; Historic Mile Branch Settlement, Franklinton, Louisiana located on the Washington Parish Fairgrounds; FrancoFete 1999, A celebration of French Louisiana's Tricentennial, 1699-1999, St. Helena Parish Historical Association: Tree Dedication in honor of State of Louisiana's 200th Birthday (2012); And others

89. Maps: Holden, Louisiana; Jerusalem

90. Deposit Guaranty Corp. 1997 Annual Report

91. St. Tammany Historical Society Member postcard for date change of the Louisiana Purchase Exhibit at the Old State Capitol

92. Ascension Magazine Vol. 10, Issue 11. January 2013

93. First Guaranty Bank 2003 Annual Report

94. Hammond Magnet Program- 3 printed power point documents “What is the Hammond Magnet Program?”; “Key points Re:Secured Fund Request”; “Hammond Area Secured Magnet Programs Fund”
95. Management Information Circular and Notice of Annual Meeting of Shareholders, April 23, 2013  


Box 11 --Forestry Journals


Journal of Forest History

1. Vol. 21, No. 4, October 1977

2. Vol. 23, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1979

3. Vol. 24, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1980

4. Vol. 25, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1981

5. Vol. 26, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1982

6. Vol. 27, Nos. 1, 2, & 4, January, April, and October 1983

7. Vol. 28, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1984

8. Vol. 29, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1985

9. Vol. 30, No. 4, October 1986

10. Vol. 32, Nos. 2 & 4, April and October 1988

11. Vol. 33. No. 2, April 1989

Forest & Conservation History

12. Vol. 35, Nos. 1 & 2, January and April 1991

13. Vol. 37, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1993

14. Vol. 38, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1994

15. Vol. 39, Nos. 1-4, January, April, July, and October 1995

Forests & People

, Official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association

16. Vol. 21, First Quarter 1971; Vol. 23, First Quarter & Second Quarter, 1973

17. Vol. 26, First Quarter, 1976; Vol. 27, Second Quarter & Fourth Quarter, 1977

18. Vol. 28, Second and Fourth Quarter, 1978; Vol. 29, First and Second Quarter, 1979

19. Vol. 30, First Quarter, 1980; Vol. 33, Second, Third, and Fourth Quarter, 1982

20. Vol. 34, First Quarter, 1984; Vol. 35, First Quarter, 1985; Vol. 39, Third Quarter, 1989

21. Vol. 37, First Quarter, 1987; Vol. 42, First, Third, and Fourth Quarter, 1992

22. Vol. 43, First and Second Quarter, 1993; Vol. 44, Second and Fourth Quarter, 1994

23. Vol. 45, 1995, Nos. 1-4

24. Vol. 46, 1996, Nos. 1 & 2; Vol. 47, 1997, Nos. 1 & 4; Louisiana Forestry Association, Alexandria Daily Town Talk, August 27, 1997, Section E

25. Forest and People, Official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association. Vol. 59, No. 2, Second Quarter, 2009.

26. Forest and People, Official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association, Vol. 60, No. 1, First Quarter, 2010.

27.Forest and People, Official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association, Vol. 64, No. 1, First Quarter, 2014.

Forest History Today

28. 1995, 1996, 1997, Spring 2000

29. 2009, Spring/Fall, Vol. 15, Nos. 1&2.

30. 2013, Spring/Fall, Vol. 19, Nos. 1&2.


Box 12 --Forestry Material


1. American Forests, A History of Resiliency and Recovery, by Douglas W. MacCleery, Forest History Society Issues Series, soft cover, 58 pages; Letter to FHS member from Harold K. Steen, Executive Director; Third Quarter Report to Shareholders, November 1995

2. Forest History Museums of the World, compiled by Kathryn A. Fahl, Guides to Forest and Conservation History of North America, No. 6, Forest History Society, Santa Cruz, DA, 1983

3. Michigan Log Marks, An illustrated booklet depicting the nature and magnitude of one phase of Michigan's gigantic lumbering industry. (xerox copy)

4. Industries of New Orleans, her Rank, Resources, Advantages, Trade, Commerce and Manufactures, conditions of the Past, Present and Future, Representative Industrial Institutions, Historical, Descriptive, and Statistical, New Orleans, 1885 (xerox copies of pages 146, 169, 170, 174)

5. Say "Yes!" to Louisiana, Louisiana LifeSpecial Section, 1990?

6. LFA News, Louisiana Forestry Association, Annual Report 1984, Volume 27, No. 10; LFA News, An official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association, Vol. 8, No. 4, Aug./Sept./Oct. 1993; April 2008 and two other broadsides about forestry

7. The Columbia River & Pacific Northwest Timberbeast, Vol. 3, No. 4, Winter 1984; Vol. 4, No. 2, Summer 1985; Vol. 5, No. 3, Fall 1986, Vol. 5, No. 2, Summer 1986; Vol. 5, No. 4, Winter 1986; Vol. 6, No. 3, Fall 1987; Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1989, Vol. 7, No. 2, Fall 1989

8. Boise Cascade Quarterly, February & August, 1982

9. Paper Times, Boise Cascade Paper Group, Winter 1985

10. Champion Magazine, Champion International Corporation, No. 1, 6, & 7.

11. The Potlatch Story, Vol. 21, No. 2, November 1981; Vol. 25, No. 1, June 1985

12. Las Sabinas, The Official Quarterly Publication of the Orange County Historical Society, Lutcher-Moore Lumber Company, Vol. II, Book 1, Winter 1976, (xerox copy)

13. Las Sabinas, The Official Quarterly Publication of the Orange County Historical Society, Vol. III, Book 2, Spring 1977 (xerox copies of pages 24-32)

14. Las Sabinas, The Official Quarterly Publication of the Orange County Historical Society, Vol. V, Book 2, Summer 1979 (xerox copies of pages 11-13, 25-28); Vol. 5, Book 4, Winter 1979 (xerox copies of pages 34-38)

15. Las Sabinas, The Official Quarterly Publication of the Orange County Historical Society, Vol. VII, Book 3, 1981

16. Ellicott City Bicentennial Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, Summer-Fall, 1972; Heritage, Ellicott City, Maryland; Vol. 1 No. 5, June 1974; Vol. 4, No. 5, November 1977; Vol. 5, No. 2, May 1978; Vol. 6, No. 4, March 1979; Vol. 6, No. 4, September 1978; Vol. 6, No. 4, September 1979

17. The Hobo Paper-Maker, Vol. 1, No. 4, December 1985; Vol. 1, No. 5, March 1986

18. The Cruiser, Newsletter of the Forest History Society, Vol. 6, No. 2, Summer 1983; Vol. 8, No. 2, Summer 1985; Vol. 12, No. 2, Summer 1989, Vol. 13, No. 4, Winter 1990; Fall 1994

19. Mississippi Export Timber and the Ship Island Bar Pilots, 1875-1902, by Ray L. Bellande (xerox of pages 53-62), from Mississippi Coast Historical & Genealogical Society, Vol. 27, No. 2, June 1991

20. Dibert, Bancroft & Ross Co., Ltd., Established 1895 (5-page paper); J[ames] R[iver]: joint venturer `extraordinaire' (2 xerox pages from Focus, February 6, 1990; Georgia-Pacific's Port Hudson Fine Paper/Market Pulp Operation: PM #3 Adds Major Line to Company at 660 Tons a Day (3 xerox pages from Paper Age, April 1987; The right side of the growth curve (2 xerox pages from Forbes, July 11, 1988; "Wadesboro man remembers lake schooners," by Bryant T. McMahon, Ponchatoula Times May 7, 1987, p. 1; letter from Gulf States Paper Corporation to Clark Forrest, March 24, 1981

21. Brochures about Lumbering

22. Miscellaneous Information about Lumbering


Box 13 --Annual Report of Paper Companies


1. Baker, Fentress & Company, Annual Reports; 1989; 1990; 1991; 1993, 1994; 1995 and Fact Book (3); BFK Information Update, 1991 and 1993; Notice of Shareholders Meeting, 1992, 1994, 1996

2. Boise Cascade Corporation, Annual Reports, 1989; 1991; 1992; 1995; Annual Meeting of Shareholders Notice and Proxy Statement; 1992, 1995; 1996 and A Blueprint for the '90s

3. Champion International Corporation, Annual Reports; 1980; 1989; 1990; 1991; 1992; 1993; 1994; Notice of Shareholders Meeting, 1996; Letter to Shareholders, April 25, 1996, 1997

4. Crown Zellerbach, Annual Report 1979; 1980; 1981; 1983

5. Crown Zellerbach, Shareholder Reports; Second Quarter, 1983; Second Quarter and Third Quarter, 1984; Crown Zellerbach Corporation Information Statement 1985

6. Crown Zellerbach, Resource, Vol. 9, Nos. 1-4, 1980, Winter 1981; Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 1981

6a. Crown Vantage 1995 Annual Report; Information Statement and Prospectus, 1995

7. Fibreboard Corporation, Annual Reports, 1990; 1993; 1994; 1995; Notice of Annual Meeting 1995 and 1996

8. Georgia-Pacific, Annual Reports; 1979; 1980; 1989; 1990; 1992

9. Georgia-Pacific, Annual Reports, 1993; 1994, 1999, 2000; Notice of 1990 and 1995 Annual Meeting of Shareholders and Proxy Statement

10. ITT Corporation, 1989 Annual Report, Our 70th Year; 1993 and 1995 Annual Reports; 1994, 1995, and 1996 Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement

11. International Paper Company, Third Quarter Report to Share Owners; Annual Reports, 1979; 1981; 1988; 1989

12. International Paper Company, Annual Reports, 1992; 1992; 1993, 1999, 2000

13. James River, Two Decades of Growth, Twentieth Annual Report, 1988/1989 and Picture book; Annual Reports, 1992; 1993; 1994; 1995; 1996, 1997

14. Louisiana Pacific Corporation Annual Reports, 1988; 1989; 1990; 1992; 1994; 1995; Notice of Stockholders Meeting, 1996

15. MacMillan Bloedel Limited, Annual Report 1984; Annual Reviews, 1990; 1991; 1993; Information Circular & Annual Statutory Report, 1990;

15a. MacMillan Bloedel Limited, Annual Environmental Report; 1993; Future Forests, A look at the new forests MacMillan Bloedel is growing

16. Manville Corporation, Annual Report 1989; 1990

17. Medford Corporation, 49th Annual Report 1981

18. Potlatch, Annual Reports, 1989; 1990; 1992; 1993; 1994 ; 1995

19. Potlatch, Annual Report, 1989; 1994; Meeting the Challenge of the '90s, Report Stockholders, 1990; 1994, 1995; Focusing on the Fundamentals of Success, 1992; Annual Meeting of Stockholders, 1995 and 1996; Potlatch, The Individual, the Corporation and the Community, by Richard B. Madden

20. Southern Mineral Corporation, Annual Reports, 1989; 1990; 1992; 1993; 1994; 1995

20a. Tuscaloosa Bancshares, Inc., Denham Springs, LA, 1993-1996

20b. Union Carbide Corporation, 1994 Responsible Care Progress Report

20c. Vulcan Update, Geismar Plant, March 1995

21. Weyerhaeuser Annual Reports, 1989; 1991; 1993; A History of Weyerhaeuser Company

21a. Weyerhaeuser Report 1994, 1995, 2000; Notice of Shareholders Meetings, 1995, 1996, 1999

22. Willamette Industries' 1979 Annual Report; Annual Report and 10-K; 1981; 1989; 1990; 1991; 1992; 1993; Notice of Annual Meeting of Shareholders, April 27, 1995

23. Zeneca Ag Products

24. Arthur Andersen LLP, 1994 report

25. AmSouth, 2001 Annual Report


Box 14 --Histories of Lumber Men and Lumber Companies


1. British Columbia Forest History Newsletter, December 1981

2. Timbers (An analysis of timber-secured bonds as investments for individual, bank, trust and insurance funds, A statement for the use of buyers of securities), by Calvin Fentress in collaboration with Merrill Coit, 1927 (xerox copy)

3. Forest History & Management, Books from the University of Washington Press (Catalog)

4. Reminiscences of Fred C. Frey, Recorded from January 10, 1975--June 19, 1975 (Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Louisiana State University-Native of Tangipahoa Parish, LA)

5. Memoirs of John Wesley Bateman (1884-1969), LSU, 1969 (Native of Franklinton, Washington Parish, LA)

6. Classification and Users of Agricultural and Forest Lands in the State of Louisiana and the Parishes, by V. H. Sonderegger, State Forester, Bulletin No. 24, Volume VII, September 1938 (xerox of pages 102, 103, 110-which has Livingston Parish on it-, and 111)

7. "The History of Bogalusa, The `Magic City' of Louisiana" by Amy Quick, The Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 29, No. 1, January 1946 (xerox copy)

8. Bogalusa Story by C. W. Goodyear, 1950 (xerox copy)

9. Bogalusa Daily News (all about timber industry), April 9, 1957

10. Bogalusa Golden Jubilee Program, 1964, Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Incorporation of Bogalusa (xerox copy)

11. Bogalusa's Pioneer Paper Mill, Bogalusa Daily News, March 3, 1982

12. Southern Timber Lays Off 25, Bogalusa Daily News, July 9, 1985 (xerox copy)

13. Biographical Sketch of Frost Lumber Industries and Its Development, received from Mr. R. W. Law, West Monroe, LA, December 13, 1978 (xerox copy)

14. Frost-Johnson Lumber Co. Inc. in Missouri on June 3, 1907, received from James C. Kirkpatrick, Sec. of St., Jefferson City, MO on February 25, 1981 (xerox copy)

15. New Orleans, Louisiana, The Book of the Picayune, Also of the Public Bodies and Business Interest of the Place, 1903 (xerox copy of Chapter V--about lumber industry)


Box 15 --Histories of Lumber Men and Lumber Companies


1. "La. Forestry's `grandfather' slowing down [Paul Y. Burns, retired LSU forestry teacher]; G-P Hopes Paper Machine Will Transform Area," Business Section, Sunday Advocate, August 31, 1986

2. The History of the Cypress Lumber Industry in Louisiana by Rachael Edna Norgress, reprinted from The Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 3, July 1947 (xerox copy); Also a copy of her thesis (xerox copy)

3. Behind the ROM, Roy O. Martin Lumber Industries (xerox copy)

4. Lutcher, Louisiana, Mayor and Board of Alderman Meeting, June 4, 1912 (xerox of a handwritten copy)

5. Information on Lutcher, La. from St. James Parish Library

6. The Henry Jacob Lutcher, Edgar William Brown, William Henry Stark Families of Orange, Texas (unpublished manuscript compiled and edited by Dr. Howard C. Williams)

7. Along the Route of the Intercoastal Canal in Southwest Louisiana, The Southern Manufacturer (xerox copy)

8. Lumbering in Southwest Louisiana, A Study of the Industry as a Culturo-Geographic Factor, by George Alwin Stokes (A Dissertation, LSU, May 1954-xerox copy)

9. "The Lumber Industry of `Imperial' Calcasieu: 1865-1900," by Donal J. Millet, Louisiana History (xerox copy)

10. Sen. Drew Involved in Calcasieu Development, Lake Charles American Press, October 27, 1985

11. The Forest of the Vintage: A Geography of Industrial Lumbering in North Central Louisiana, 1890-1920, by John Michael Caldwell (A Thesis, University of Oklahoma, 1975--xerox copy)

12. Kurthwood, Louisiana, `The Sawmill Town that Refused to Die' by Roy McDaniel, Jr. (Vernon Parish)

13. S. H. Bolinger & Co., Ltd., 1898-1973, c1973 by Margaret Ann Bolinger (xerox copy of history of a lumber company in Benton, Bossier Parish, Louisiana)

14. Bolinger, Alabama and its Story (a short story), by James Dansby Evans, Butler, Alabama (xerox copy from Ms. Mary Lewis, Bolinger, Alabama)

15. "Twelve Years in Yellow Pine," Story of W. R. Pickering Lumber Company of Missouri, Louisiana, and Texas, American Lumberman, March-June 1906 (xerox copies)

16. John Wiley Link, by Winifred Arndt Duffy, 1974 (xerox copy of history of lumbering in Texas)

17. Note concerning John Wesley Link Home, Orange, Texas (xerox copy)

18. Letter concerning land leases in Colfax, Texas, dated March 3, 1934 (xerox copy) from Mack F. Thompson to Clark Forrest, January 16, 1986

19. Southerners who set the Woods on Fire, by Ed Kerr, Reprinted from Harper's Magazine, July 1958 (article about why people burn forests)


Box 16 --Histories of Lumber Men and Lumber Companies


1. The Story of Shell Lake [Wisconsin], by Albert L. Stouffer, published by The Washburn County Historical Society, 1961 (2 xerox copies)

2. List of Names of Contributors Which Appear on the Lumberman's Monument Base, 1981, Cheboygan, Michigan (xerox copy)

3. Biographical Sketches, U. S. Senators Julius C. Burrows and Russell Alexander Alger, Michigan (xerox copy)

4. Conveyance Records, Iosco, Michigan (xerox copy)

5. Map of Oscoda, Michigan (xerox copy)

6. Information pertaining to Clallam Lumber Company, Michigan (xerox copy)

7. Logging Days in Blind River, by Carl Kauffmann, 1970 (xerox copies of pages 20, 24, 25, 28, 29, 32, 33, 98-103, 108, and 109

8. Michigan's White Pine Era, 1840-1900, by Rolland H. Maybee, published by Michigan Historical Commission, 1960 (2 xerox copies of pages 10-19)

9. History of Oceana County, Michigan, 1882 (xerox copies of pages 113-115)

10. History of Mason County, Michigan, 1882 (xerox copies of 10 pages)

11. Centennial History of Alpena County, Michigan, from 1837-1876 (not complete), by David D. Oliver, 1908 (xerox copy)

12. The Story of Grand Rapids by Z. Z. Lydens, Editor, 1966 (xerox copy)

13. Michigan State Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1887-8, Volume VII (xerox copies of 7 pages)

14. Pick-Ups and a Horse by William H. Ellis, 1975 (Michigan)

15. Minnesota and Its People, by Joseph A. A. Burnquist, Vol. III, 1924 (xerox copies of pages 158 and 161)

16. An Illustrated History of Nobles County, Minnesota, by Arthur P. Rose, 1908 (xerox copies of pages 219 and 221)

17. Material on Anson Brooks from the Minnesota Historical Society, January 18, 1982

18. Recollections of a Long Life, 1829-1915 by Isaac Stephenson, 1915, (xerox copy)

19. Weyerhaeuser & Denkmann, Ninety-five Years of manufacturing and distribution of lumber by John H. Hauberg, 1957 (xerox copy)

20. Voices from the South: Recollections of Four Foresters, Forest History Society, Inc., Santa Cruz, California, 1977

21. Heroes of the Western Woods by Ralph W. Andrews, 1960


Box 17


1. A History of the Louisiana Forestry Commission by Anna C. Burns, Louisiana Studies Institute, Monograph Series, Number one, 1968

2. Old Forestry Letterheads, by John Maddocks (xerox copy)

3. Correspondence of the Edward Livingston Historical Association searching for Brackenridge land holdings in Oregon, 1981 and 1982 by Clark Forrest

4. History of the Great Southern Lumber Company; Daily News, January 24-February 12, 1991

5. Frank B. Williams Cypress Lumber Kings by Anna C. Burns, Journal of Forestry History, July 1980, pp. 127-134 (xerox copy)

6. Edgins and Trimmings, The newsletter of the Southern Forest Heritage Museum & Research Center, Inc., Long Leaf, Louisiana, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 2, 1995

7. Lumber and Labor in the Piney Woods: Philanthropy, Paternalism, and Patriotism in Washington Parish

8. Pullboat Logging, by Ervin Mancil, Journal of Forest History, July 1980, pp. 135-141 (xerox copy)


Box 18


1. Hammond Vindicator, April 10, 1942, 50th anniversary issue

2. Progressive Farmer, October 1955, November 1960, and December 1960


Boxes 19 - 29

Records of the McCarroll Lumber Company


Box 30

Clay Turpentine Pot


Box 31

World War I helmet

Rail from Jim McCarroll’s logging RR at Frost

Box 32

Book: The Forest and The Saw Mill, Official Report Eighth Annual Convention held in New Orleans, Louisiana April 19 and 20, 1910, Chicago 1910


Box 33


Stirling Properties; Map of Covington

James River Corporation and Crown Zellerbach Corporation, March 31, 1986

Crown Vantage, Inc. Bankruptcy Court Case, October 5, 2001

The Mississippi River and The Port of Greater Baton Rouge, 1990s

Louisiana: An Overview, Dept. of Economic Development, 1999; Louisiana, The State Run by a Businessman (Mike Foster)

Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation; Tangipahoa Business Review

Internation Gateway to the Americas and the World, New Orleans and the Southeast Louisiana Region

Delchamps Distribution Center; SuperValu, Lewis Grocer Division


Box 34


1. Livingston Parish Information

a. Photograph of information on Edward Livingston

b. Draft: "The Cornett Family Early Sawmill Operators in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, 2 August 1995, by Clark Forrest

c. Charles Abels, Assessor Homestead Exemption Certificates, Clark Forrest, 1/13/73, 1/24/74, and 3/31/75

d. ALA Bookmark

e. Livingston Parish American Bicentennial Committee Meeting, March 25, 1974

f. Livingston Parish Library Building Project Update flyer, 2005

g. Livingston Parish Library-Library news, vol. 3, issue 1, 2005; vol. 4, issue 2, 2006; vol. 4, issue 3, 2006

h. Arpadhon- Hungarian Settlement flyer, November 4, 2006

i. Livingston Parish Tourist and Newcomer's Guide

j. French Settlement Historical Society Newsletters

Volume VII: Number I January 1997, Number IV October 1997

Volume VIII: Number II April 1998, Number IV October 1998

Volume XII: Number IV October 28, 2002

Volume XIV: Number I January 26, 2004, Number III July 26, 2004, Number IV October 25, 2004

Volume XV: Number II April 25, 2005, Number III July 25, 2005, Number IV November 7, 2005

Volume XIV: Number I, January 30, 2006, Number V December 16, 2006

Volume XVIV: Number II, April 26, 2010.

2. St. Helena Parish Information

a. St. Helena Historical Association Quarterly, Fall 1998

b. St. Helena Historical Association Quarterly, Winter 2005

c. Hutchinson Family Cemetery Map, Highway 441 St. Helena Parish, Louisiana

3. Train Information

    a. Railway Express Destination Card
    b. National Railway Historical Society Yearbook 2005
    c. Illinois Central corporation 1995 Annual Report

    d. The Crimson Flyer, National Railway Historical Society Newsletter
        Volume 4: July-August 2004, September-October 2004
        Volume 5: January-February 2005, May-June 2005, July-August 2005, November-December 2005,
        Volume 6: January-February 2006, March-April 2006, May-June 2006, September-October 2006, November-December 2006
        Volume 6: July- August 2006
        Volume 7: May-June 2007, September-October 2007
        Volume 8: April-May-June 2008, July-August-September 2009
        Volume 10: April-May-June 2010
        Volume 14: Issue 1-Winter 2015
        Volume 14: Issue 2-Summer 2015

4. Timber Companies Annual Reports

a. Georgia Pacific 2003 Annual Report

b. Georgia Pacific 2004 Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement

c. Georgia Pacific 2005 Merger agreement with Koch Industries

d. Georgia Pacific 2005 Common Stock Purchases

e. International Paper 2006 Proxy Statement

5. Timber Companies Annual Reports (Continued)

a. Plum Creek 2005 Annual Report

b. Weyherhaeuser 1997 Report

c. Weyerhaeuser 1998 Proxy Statement

d. AmSouth Third Quarter Report 2004

6. Forestry

a. Bumper Sticker- Proud to Be an American, Proud to Be an LFA Member

b. Smithsonian article, "Forgotten Forest" February. 2006

c. (5) "Edgings and Trimmings" Newsletter of the Southern Forest Heritage Museum & Research Center, Inc.

1 st Quarter 1997

2 nd Quarter 2004

Vol 11 No 2, 2005

Vol 12, No 2, 2006

Vol 12, No. 3, 2006

Vol 14, No. 1, 2008

d. Louisiana Forestry Association 58 th Annual Meeting, August 30-September 1, 2005 agenda (2) "Crusin Through Time"

e. Louisiana Forestry Association 59 th Annual Meeting, August 29-21, 2006 agenda "Winds of Change"


March/April 1998

May/June 2005

June 2006

September 2006

g. Pulpwood Production and Saw Mill Logging, Guide to East Coast Saw Mill & Logging Equipment Exposition

h. American Forests "The Cradle of Forestry in America" by Harley E. Jolley

i. Forest Industries September 1971, "Mechanized skyline logging in the South"

7. Forestry, Continued

a. Pathway to Sustainability, Defining the Bounds on Forest Management, John Fedkiw, Douglas W. MacCleery, V. Alaric Sample, Introduction by Hal Salwasser, 2004

b. Louisiana Forestry, A Success Story, LFA

c. Forests & People

Second Quarter, 1971

Third Quarter, 1971

First Quarter, 1975

First Quarter 1997

First Quarter 1999

Second Quarter 1999

First Quarter 2000

First Quarter 2001

Second Quarter 2004

Third Quarter 2007

Fourth Quarter 2007

Second Quater 2008

Third Quarter 2008

8. Forestry, Continued

a. Forest History Today, A publication of the Forest History Society

Fall 2000

Spring/Fall 2003

Spring/Fall 2004


Box 35


1. Forestry, Continued

a. 100 Years of Federal Forestry, United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, 1976

b. This was Logging! Ralph W. Andrews, 1954

2. Forestry and Agriculture

a. Handwritten notes on Ponchatoula and Bogalusa Lumber Companies (3 pages)

b. List of 1905 Louisiana lumber companies

c. Progressive Farmer Magazine, March 1947

d. Southern Agriculturist Magazine, March, 1974

e. Stories of the Forest (postcard and CD, Proceedings of the U.S. Forest Service Centennial Congress)

3. Programs and Newspaper Articles

a. Photograph of Pass Christian Historical Society

b. United Daughters of the Confederacy Thomas Jefferson Butler Chapter no. 2314, Robert E. Lee Luncheon at Carter Plantation, January 8, 2005

c. History of Land Titles in the State of Louisiana by Ory G. Poret, Division of Administration State Land Office

d. Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations April 1976, part 95- Citizens Radio Service

e. Louisiana Roots, bi-monthly paper for Genealogy and History lovers with ties to Louisiana

May-June 1998

March-April 2000

May-June 2000

f. Civilian Production Administration Construction authorization sign, Serial Number 72-032-34, Authorized June 24, 1946

g. Newspaper photo of Joe Burregi, Jimmy Morrison, Ellis Monroe Jenkins, Frank DiVittorio and Carlo Tiolo standing by Huey P. Long's grave in Baton Rouge

h. "The Day Ponchatoula was sold" by Jim Perrin, The Enterprise, Ponchatoula Louisiana, Wednesday, February 9, 2005

i. "Oak Wood Has Place in History" newspaper article

j. 4 pages from the 1927 edition of the Sears, Roebuck Catalogue

k. Louisiana Conservation Review, October 1935

l. Social Justice Vol. II, No. 16, Nov. 9, 1936

m. Judge Leche's Opening Address

n. The American Progress vol. 3, no. 2, Jan. 1936

o. The American Progress -April Speeches of Senator Huey P. Long, May, 1935

p. Letter, Senator David Vitter to Clark Forrest, October 1, 2008 concerning $700 billion bailout package

4. Environmental History Books

a. Volume 13, Number 3, July 2008.

b. Volume 13, Number 4, October 2008. 

c. volume 14, Number 1, January 2009. 

d. Volume 14, Number 2, April 2009. 

e. Volume 15, Number 1, January 2010. 

5. Biographical Notice of Edward Livingston, Read Before the American Philosophical Society by Henry D. Gilpin, Philadelphia: John C. Clark, 1843

Historic Hudson Valley Montogmery Place Brochure

Clermont State Historic Site Brochure

6. a)ELHAgram, Quarterly Publication of the Edward Livingston Historical Association. Volume. 21, No. 1, March 2010 (5 pages).

b)ELHAgram, Quarterly Publication of the Edward Livingston Historical Association, Volume, 21, No. 2, June 2010 (5 pages).

c)Edward Livingston Historical Association ELHA Bulletin, January 2009 (5 pages).

7.Galvez Expeditions on the Gulf Coast Slide Handout. Dated 5/21/09 (5 pages).


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1. The Crimson Flyer: Jan-March 2009, October-December 2009, January-March 2010, January-March 2011

2. Arpadhon Hungarian Settlement Cultural Association Newsletter: January 2009

3. French Settlement Historical Society, Inc Newsletter: February 2, 2008, July 27, 2009, November 16, 2010

4. ELHAgram: 

a. Volume 20, Number 2, December 2008

b. Volume 20, Number 3, March 2009

c. Volume 20, Number 4, June 2009

Edward Livingston Historical Association ELHA Bulletin: October 2008, April 2009, July 2009

5.The Southeaster Louisiana Chapter NRHA Presents the 43rd Annual Meeting, Saturday February 20, 2010,

Camp Van Dorn WWII Museum, Annual Meeting of the St. Tammany Historical Society, Saturday, January 24, 2009, Exploring the Three-Chop Trail: The Way West into U.S. Territories of Mississippi & Louisiana by Yvonne Lewis Day

6.St. Margaret Catholic Church, Albany, Louisiana

a. St. Margaret Catholic Church, Albany, Louisiana 100 Years Celebration Prayer Card

b. St. Margaret Catholic Church, Albany, Louisiana 100 Years Celebration Agenda

c. St. Margaret and St. Thomas Church Schedule, April 11, 2010, 2nd Sunday of Easter

7.ELHA (Edward Livingston Historical Association)

a. ELHAgram, Quarterly Publication of the Edward Livingston Historical Association, Volume. 21, No. 1, March 2010 (5 pages).

b. ELHAgram, Quarterly Publication of the Edward Livingston Historical Association, Volume. 21, No. 2, June 2010 (5 pages).

c. Edward Livingston Historical Association ELHA bulletin, January 2009 (5 pages).

8. The Forest History Society Issues

a. America's Fires: A Historical Context for Policy and Practice by Stephen J. Pyne. Forest History Society, Durham, North Carolina

9. Colonial Louisiana

a. Galvez Expeditions on the Gulf Coast (Slide show handout) Dated 5/21/09 (5 pages).

10. Photo, Avery A. Blount, Family Group Sheet for Avery A. Blount; copy of newsclipping of station at Little River; note on newsclipping of Little River station; transcription of Picayune news article, March 12, 1898 on deaths of Frank Chandler and J.S. Hoover; CD with electronic files of items.

10B. Material related to State of Louisiana vs. Avery Blount 1909-1910, copy of proceedings

11. Forests & People. Third quarter, 1973. Louisiana Forestry Association. Note on inside cover; Forests & People. Vol. 61, No. 2. Second quarter 2011. Cover: "Alex Hunt Jr. Industry Icon." Louisiana Forestry Association. Note on inside cover; Forests & People. Vol. 61, No. 3 Third Quarter 2011. Cover: "Horace White - Outstanding Tree Farmer." Louisiana Forestry Association; Forests & People. Vol. 61, No. 4 Fourth Quarter 2011. Cover: "Courts allow monks to build wooden caskets." Louisiana Forestry Association. Note on inside cover; Forests & People, Vol. 62, No. 1 first Quarter 2012.

12.  Forest History Today. Vol. 16, Nos. 1, 2. Spring/Fall 2010. Forest History Society. Note on inside cover; Vol. 17, No 1&2, Spring/Fall 2011.

13.  Chemical Heritage. Vol. 29, No. 2. Summer 2011. Cover: "Medical Victories." Chemical Heritage Foundation. Note on inside cover.

14. Forest Landownership in Louisiana. Edmond B. Burns, revisor. 1975. Bulletin No. 5. Louisiana Forestry Commission; Abstract of Corporate Record on Robert Gaylord, Inc. 19 January 1979. State of Missouri stationery; Abstract of Corporate Record on The Louis Werner Stave Co. 19 January 1979. State of Missouri stationery; Abstract of Corporate Record on Louis Werner Saw Mill Co. 19 January 1979. State of Missouri stationery; Report Upon the Forestry Investigations of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1877-1898. B. E. Fernow. 1899. Washington: Government Printing Office. 3 pages; Register on Sawmill Commissaries. American Lumberman. February 1911. Index of sawmills in the United States by state. Photocopy. 8 pages; The Lumber Trade Journal. January 1912. Statistics on lumber and wood related products and industries. Photocopied; Northwestern Lumberman. 9 March 1889. Directory list of mills, factories, and lumbermen of Texas and Louisiana. 7 pages. Photocopied.

15.  Brochure for the Crosby Lectures on "The Piney Woods: A Human Perspective." 29-31 March 1984. University of Southern Mississippi. Addressed to Clark Forrest; Tour guide for Gulf Coast Plywood, Inc. 10 November 1988. Includes map of the complex with a legend; Dedication and ribbon cutting program for Gulf Coast Plywood, Inc. in Natalbany LA. 10 November 1988; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation 2011 Annual Luncheon; Louisiana Folktales postcard; Spicing Ecclesiastical Gumbo: The Life of Napoleon Joseph Perche Third Archbishop of New Orleans 1805-1883; postcard, Bobby Jindal.

16. Train Calendars -CN- 2010; CN- 2012 .

17. Memories: Deadly Storm of 1915 as told by Mrs. Helen Schlosser Burg, by Wayne Norwood; Info sheet on Robert Mann; Letter from J. Bennett Johnston to Eric J. Holden, Feb 19, 1985; Letter from Russell Long to Eric J. Holden, Feb. 22, 1985; Letter from W. Henson Moore to Eric J. Holden, Mar 1, 1985 .

18. Foundation for Historical Louisiana newsletter - May 2012.

19. Compass magazine - issue 17.

20. Weyerhaeuser Annual Report 2005; Weyerhaeuser Annual Report 2011; Weyerhaeuser Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement 2012.

21. International Paper Annual Report 2005.

22. Livingston Parish News Aug 21, 2011 - "Journey Stories Easterly / Spiller / underwood and Live Oak Plantation;" Livingston Parish News Mar 4, 2010 - "Journey Stories - Travels to and around Livingston Parish;" Livingston Parish News Dec 8 2011 - Historic Carter House holds open house for renovation and rebirth;" The Advocate Jul 11, 2010 - "Housing History Dedication of Annison Plantation coincides with Republic of West Florida Bicentennial;" The Advocate Jul 18, 2010 - "Mapping History Baton Rouge man's passion has become unique museum;" Livingston Parish News Sug 14, 2011 - "Journey Stories The Jones Journey from South Carolina to Watson;" Livingston Parish News Mar 20, 2011 - "The life and times of Huey Taylor;" The Advocate Dec 10, 2010 - LSU Mounds have storied past;" Country Roads Oct 2011 - "Myths and legends Louisiana Treasures Museum Wayne and Debbie Norwood keep the memories of long vanished towns alive".

23. Árpádhon  Hungarian Settlement Cultural Association Newsletter, May 2012 - Edward Livington Historical Association Bulletin, October 2007 - Letter from Perry to Clark Forest, April 21, 2001 - St. Helena Historical Association Quarterly, Fall 2001 - Hungarian Presbyterian Church program - French Settlement Historical Society Newsletter, July 31, 2006

Box 37

1. Forest History Today, Vol. 18, No. 1, Spring 2012, Fall 2012; LFA News newsletter Oct.-Nov. 2012

2. Program for Judge Leon Ford III's Funeral, January 21, 2004; Newsletter, The Crimson Flyer, Vol 12, Issue 4, Oct-Dec 2012; Annual Chapter Banquet flyer of the National Railway Historical Society, Dec. 2012; CN calendar 2012; South Tangipahoa Parish Port Commission 50th Anniversary and Industry Appreciation Event program and invitation, April 19, 2013

3. Hungarian Harvest Dance Flyer, Oct 6, 2012; French Settlement Creole Festival Oct.21, 2012; Newsletter of the French Settlement Historical Society, Inc., Vol. XXII, No. 1, January 28, 2013; Newsletter for French Settlement Historical Society, Inc., Vol. XXII, No. 1, April 29, 2013; Newsletter for the French Settlement Historical Society, Inc., Vol. XXII, No. III, July 29, 2013; Newsletter for the French settlement Historical Society, Inc., Vol XXIII No. 1, January 27, 2014. Newsletter for the French Settlement Historical Society, Inc., vol XXIV, No. 1 January 26, 2015

4. Hammond Area Economic And Industrial Development District: Financial Statements As of and for the Year Ended June 30, 2005

5. Letter from Steve J. Theriot, CPA Legislative Auditor, to all governmental auditors and all political subdivisions subject to the Local Government Budget Act, September 6, 2005; Qualifications for Consulting Services prepared for the Hammond Industrial Development Board by Durnin & James, CPA's, December 16, 2003; Letter from Durnin & James, CPA's, to Mr. Pat Tobler, President of the Hammond Area Economic and Industrial Development District, pertaining to accounting, September 8, 2005, attached letter to Durnin & James from Postlethwaite & Netterville, December 10, 2002; Financial Statements for the Hammond Area Economic and Industrial Development District as of and for the year ended June 30, 2005 - 3 copies

6. Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation- Board Meeting-August 11, 2004;  June 13, 2007; September 12, 2007; November 14, 2007; January 16, 2008; March 12, 2008; TEDF Membership/Investor Meeting-July 9, 2008; October 8, 2008; October 8, 2008; February 11, 2009; June 10, 2009; July 15, 2009; October 15, 2009; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation, Inc. Board Members 2004-2005; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation, Inc Board Members 2006-2007; Extract of Resolutions of the Board of Directors of the Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation, Inc. April 13, 2005; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation-typed letter to Ronnie Bankston from Bob Basford October 29, 2004; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation-typed letter to Bobby Cortez from Bob Basford April 2, 2004; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation-typed letter to Kelly O’Dea from Bob Basford April 13, 2005; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation-typed letter to Top Shrimp from Bob Basford June 22, 2005; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Summary; Economic Development Activity in Tangipahoa Parish 2007/2008 YTD; Brochure-Louisiana Community Economic Development Seminar 2008; brochure- Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation 2008 Annual Luncheon; Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation, Inc. Board Members 2004-2005

7. Miscellaneous-Hammond Chamber City Map; postcard from Entergy; typed document-Site Selection Logistic Features in the Midwest-Community Profile: Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana; Tangipahoa Tourism-Tangipahoa Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau-Tourism Highlights-2006; Brochure-Louisiana’s I-12 Alliance; Magazine-Gateway to the World-Tangipahoa Parish- Louisiana; Folder- Louisiana Speaks. Our Voice. Our Plan. Our Future.

8. Miscellaneous-miscellaneous handwritten/typed notes, receipts, and one Kentwood/Amite Calendar 1987 (17 items)

9.-The Crimson Flyer Vol 15, Issue 1 (4)
-Letter of thanks from Governor John Bell Edwards
-Environmental History Vol 21, Jan 2016.
-Plan Creek and Weyerhouser merger proposal.
-Livingston Parish Forestry Landowner Association Annual Meeting March 15, 2016.
-French Settlement Historical Society, Inc. Newsletter May 2, 2016.

10. WWII In the Gulf of Mexico by C.J. Christ.


Box   38  
Folder 1
Forests and People, Vol. 65, No. 4 Fourth Quarter, 2015.

Folder 2
Green Diamond, Issue 115 Publication by of the Illinois Central Historical Society, Dec. 2015.

Folder 3
1.  The Southeast Louisiana - Chapter NRHS - 49th Annual Meeting, Sat. Feb. 27, 2016.
2.  The Southeast Louisiana - Chapter NRHS - 47th Annual Meeting, Sat. Feb. 22, 2014
3.  French Settlement Historical Society, Inc.  Vol XXV, No. 1, Feb. 1, 2016.

Folder 4
1.  State of Louisiana Report of the Commissioner of Labor and Industrial Statistics to the Governor and General Assemble of the State of Louisiana.William McGilvray, Commissioner - New Orleans 1916.  Xerox copy of cover followed by pages 148-151.  
2.  Letter to Dr. Roman Heleniak regarding thesis topic “Tangipahoa Parish Gullett Gin Company” from Clark Forrest, CED.  August 19, 1993.

3.  French Settlement Historical Society, Inc. Newsletter, Volume XXX, Number III, July 25, 2016

4.  Forests and People: Official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association, Vol. 66, No. 3, Third Quarter 2016.

5. The Crimson Flyer, Volume 16 Issue 1 (Winter 2017) National Railway Historical Society

6. The Louisiana Freemason, Volume 44 Number 2 (Summer 2016) The Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana

7. Forest History Society, 2017 Annual Report

Folder 5
1. Copy of Map of Town of Springfield, about 1850
2. Copy of Dr. Colmer’s Journals Diary C: Part 1, 1850-1862, Compiled and Edited by Warren B. Wall for Edward Livingston Historical Association, Inc. 1986

Folder 6
1. Brochure- Livingston Economic Development Council-Spring Meeting-April 13, 2017
2. Louisiana Forestry Association-2016 Annual Report
3. Livingston Forestry Landowners Association-typed memo-February 23, 2017 (agenda included)
4. Louisiana’s Tobacco Heritage by the Tobacco Institute                                                             5. 45th Annual Livingston Parish Fair, Oct. 12-16, 1982 Sesquicentennial gold coin
6. 6th Congressional District of Louisiana John R. Rarick gold coin

Folder 7
1. Forest History Society-2017 Annual Report

Folder 8
1. Small metal plate used for labeling-Oliver Treated Product Co. Inc., Hammond, LA, 5 45 LPL-December 2, 1963

Folder 9
1. John Bel Edwards, Attorney at Law business card

-loose items in box: City of Hammond ink pen, Kleinpeter Photograph Inc. Ink pen, Harry McKneely & Son ink pen


3D Items:

1. Framed Map: Geographical Statistical, and Historical Map of Louisiana, ca.. 1822, American Atlas (24" x 28")

2. Train Calendars (9):  Located in oversize picture drawer above map cases A-