Joy Jackson



Scrapbook 1

Times-Picayune Dixie Roto Magazine

Stories written by Dr. Joy Jackson from 1951-1954

a) The Louisiana Girl Who Became a Yankee Spy [Pauline Cushman], September 19, 1954

b) Shaggy Story, August 29, 1954

c) Saints in Stone, December 6, 1953

d) John Paul Jones’ Great Silver Raid, December 27, 1953

e) Seeing Hands [blind sewing], December 13, 1953

f) Song of the Unsleeping River, Out of hazy night lights and shadows comes the Mississippi’s
serenade in blue, October 25, 1953

g) Home Grown Circus, October 18, 1953

h) The `Fighting Fourteen’—Women With Rifles, Morning Advocate Magazine Section, April 3, 1949

i) Staff Chaff, Journalist Joy (story about Joy Jackson)

j) Pirate to Patriot-Twice [Renato Beluche], January 7, 1951

k) Government Girls from Louisiana, by Paul Wooton, August 19, 1951

l) Duck Show on the Highway, September 9, 1951

m) There are Fads in Pets, Too, October 14, 1951

n) She Ignored the Dream of Death [Cassandra Van Pradelles], by Bissell Brooke, October
14, 1951

o) Stamps Took Him to Sea [Clem Kelly, Jr.], October 7, 1951

p) Jade, The Divine Stone, October 21, 1951

q) When All Saints’ Day saw the Fashion Parade, October 28, 1951

r) November 15 is Christmas in Korea, November 4, 1951

s) How to Hook a Rug, November 11, 1951

t) He lost his arm, but not his future [Jeff Rose], December 2, 1951

u) If you have an Accident, December 9, 1951

v) Auto Built in a Back Yard [Frank Sanford], December 16, 1951

w) Christmas on his face-Larceny in His Heart [Santa Claus], December 16, 1951

x) A World of Christmas in New Orleans, December 23, 1951

y) Love and the Lady of Mystery, January 6, 1952

z ) The Open Road Calls, January 13, 1952

aa) The Long Road to Freedom [Vranich Brothers], (page missing)

bb) A Thirteen-Year-Old Boy Was Flower Painter for Audubon, March 2, 1952

cc) Basketball isn’t for men only, January 27, 1952

dd) Tractor Boss at Four [A. J. (Albert Jude) Philip], March 16, 1952

ee) Private Weather Eye [Nash Roberts], March 30, 1952

ff) Out of Darkness, He Creates Music [James Hernandez], March 30, 1952

gg) The Armed Services Break Bread Together, n. d.

hh) Keeping Salt out of Rice, April 13, 1952

ii) School Built for its Children [McDonogh 39], April 27, 1952

jj) The Can’t Expel Butch [dog of Joseph Friend], April 20, 1952

kk) Envelope Art, May 4, 1952

ll) Six Little Girls Are a Research Project, May 25, 1952

mm) Getting a Lift, Bar-bell balancers mind muscles, June 1, 1952

nn) He Knows the Score [Arthur O. Schott], June 15, 1952

oo) Field Trip for Future Editors, June 15, 1952

pp) Chopin’s Friend from New Orleans [Paul Emile Johns], June 22, 1952

qq) Best Foot Forward [Musette Davis-ballet], July 20, 1952

rr) Nursing Her Way Through School [Catherine Taylor], August 10, 1952

ss) Heads in the Clouds [Joan and Dick Barker], August 17, 1952

tt) Saddle Craftsman, August 31, 1952

uu) Christmas in Summertime, August 31, 1952

vv) Lady in the Dark, Blindness didn’t stop this woman from performing her thrilling
diving horse act [Sonora Carver], September 7, 1952

ww) Bearded Hopeful [Jack Dabdoub], July 27, 1952

xx) Crusaders’ Banner, Medieval knights went into battle with this flag, September
15, 1952

yy) Guide Ropes Among the Pines, September 14, 1952

zz) Staff Chaff

aaa) Filling the Stage with Song, October 5, 1952

bbb) En Garde!, October 5, 1952

ccc) Dairy Farmer’s Da [J. B. Terry, Kentwood], October 12, 1952

ddd) Tracks Go to Sea, n. d.

eee) Cardboard Capers in St. Martinville, Kids’ annual chariot parade is fun for all,
September 21, 1952



Scrapbook 2

Times-Picayune Dixie Roto Magazine

Stories written by Dr. Joy Jackson from 1952-1953

a) Halloween Fun for $4.42, October 26, 1952

b) Riverman’s Tribute, River pilot loved the steamboat so much that his home was built
just like one [Capt. Milton Doullut], October 26, 1952

c) He Discovered America Through Stamps [Wolfgang Neumann], November 2, 1952

d) Audubon Lions For Austria, November 16, 1952

e) Paddling His Way to School [Larry Devillier], November 23, 1952

f) Staff Chaff [About Thunder Bay], December 7, 1952

g) Thunder Bay, LA [Jimmy Stewart, Joanne Dru, Gilbert Roland, Robert Monet, and Dan
Duryea Picture], December 7, 1952

h) Gas Pump with Brains, n. d.

i) Junior Miss of the Air Waves, A radio novice at 9, Helen Martin is studying for
next license, n. d.

j) Staff Chaff, Hams All Over the Place, n. d.

k) Portraits in Sugar, Giant Sugar Lumps are the Canvas [J. Phil Preddy], December
28, 1952

l) Painting the Surprise That Unwraps, October 19, 1952

m) Chemistry VS. Crime, January 4, 1953

n) Designed For Youngsters, January 4, 1953

o) The Top Ten Tourist Spots, January 11, 1953

p) How They Erected Lee’s Statue the First Time, January 18, 1953

q) Across `Trembling Prairies’ [Louisiana’s early railroad builders], n. d.

r) Finding A Beau Through Beefsteaks, Scientific approach to romance begins in kitchen,
n. d.

s) Their Success Comes Early in Life, February 1, 1953

t) Mardi Gras in a Hospital, February 15, 1953

u) Unwrapping A Surprise, A new toy idea is based on old European trick, October 19,

v) Covering the Subject, Special libraries offer records, pictures, tourist tips and
talking books, October 15, 1952

w) Adult Education Works the Night Shift, February 22, 1953

x) Staff Chaff, Souvenir Medals, Robert E. Lee Monument, n. d.

y) Salute a la France [Mme. Edwin LeBeuf Villere’s], March 15, 1953

z) The Promise for the Future [Junior Philharmonic], March 8, 1953

aa) Her Beads Cause a Chain Reaction, March 8, 1953

bb) Tower Disc Jockey, n. d.

cc) Chess Men and Women, March 22, 1953

dd) Doubles Named Davis [Joan and Jean Davis], March 29, 1953

ee) The Failure That Led to the Louisiana Purchase, April 12, 1953

ff) Hostility Against Tyranny, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s speech cites man who believed
in inalienable rights, n. d.

gg) Rediscovery of the Jordan [Southern Mississippi], April 19, 1953

hh) Magic Table, n. d.

ii) Real Hoofers, n. d.

jj) Champion Handler at 14 [bulldogs], May 3, 1953

kk) Natalie [Scott] with the Magic Key, This New Orleanian’s birthday has become a
fiesta day in old [Taxco] Mexico, May 31, 1953

ll) While the Class is Away, Mississippi school get a new look, June 21, 1953

mm) Picnics-Past and Present, July 5, 1953

nn) New Orleans’ `Naked Lady,’ Victorian pin-up girl rode her way to world fame strapped
on the back of a horse [Adah Isaacs Menken], July 12, 1953

oo) Painting a Song, These youngsters interpret music with water colors [Delgado’s
Art Class], July 19, 1953

pp) The Great Lizard Hung, This LSU professor chisels reptiles out of rocks in the
name of science, August 9, 1953

qq) Men at Work: Ships Keep Out, Cleaning and repairing this canal lock is a tremendous
job which can be completed only in installments, August 23, 1953

rr) Four Lafayette Squares, September 13, 1953

ss) Giddyap for the Groceries, September 13, 1953

tt) Bucket-Nosed Duckdozer, September 13, 1953

uu) Do You Believe in Signs, September 20, 1953

vv) Staff Chaff, Barnacle Bill was Angry [Sonora Carver’s fox terrier], n. d.

ww) Whizzers on Wheels [Roller-skating champs, Walter Grant III and Lynn Borgstede],
September 20, 1953

xx) When Claiborne Came to New Orleans, October 4, 1953

yy) A Gown Worn for the Louisiana Purchase, Lovely lady of old New Orleans left legacy
of dress to her family, October 18, 1953



Scrapbook 1

Times-Picayune Dixie Roto Magazine

Stories written by Dr. Joy Jackson from 1953-1955

a) Friends into Figurines [Mrs. C. S. “Bonnie” Fleischmann turns her friends into
porcelain], November 1, 1953

b) More Fun Than Canasta [Oil Painting], November 29, 1953

c) History by V-Mail [Byrd D. Fowler, Jr. wrote to his students during World War II],
December 6, 1953

d) Women as Artists See Them, December 6, 1953

e) Raising Cane on Wheels, January 10, 1954

f) Blowing Glass to a Degree, January 31, 1954

g) Seeing Eye for a Dog (a real pal is Brocky, who leads blind terrier to food), January
31, 1954

h) Grocery Afloat [Kenneth Hutton], January 31, 1954

i) Two Dogs Do a 25-Man Job, February 7, 1954

j) In Place of a Pet, March 14, 1954

k) When Co-eds Feed Co-eds, February 7, 1954

l) Exploring Yesteryear’s Armoire, March 7, 1954

m) Adding Art to Nature [S. J. Peters High School], March 14, 1954

n) Staff Chaff (Self-Portraits-Joy Jackson), March 14, 1954

o) As We See Ourselves (Self-Portraits), March 14, 1954

p) Mother Makes A Bonnet, April 11, 1954

q) We Live in a Fire House [John Brown of Plaquemines, La.], April 18, 1954

r) Country Life in the City, April 25, 1954

s) The Day Anything Can Happen, n. d.

t) Audubon’s Happy Land, April 25, 1954

u) Shallots in the Cane Fields, May 23, 1954

v) Staff Chaff [The Imperfect Mother, bulldog and puppies], n. d.

w) Riding the River Road, June 27, 1954

x) Mayors Run in the Family [Marchands of Donaldsonville], June 27, 1954

y) Do Babies Look Like Their Parents, July 25, 1954

z) Grading the Grain, July 11, 1954

aa) Bayou Lafourche Goes Fresh, July 25, 1954

bb) Got a Favorite Pup?, August 8, 1954

cc) To Serve the South, August 15, 1954

dd) Deep in Dixie: Slidell’s Mysterious Letter, October 3, 1954

ee) Staff Chaff, Stop Rockin’s the Boat, n. d.

ff) Shades of Jean Lafitte!, September 12, 1954

gg) Staff Chaff, Calendar Boy, n.d.

hh) Panic Started His Career [Emile Meyer], September 19, 1954

ii) What Should A Library Be?, October 17, 1954

jj) The Winning Streak [Curtis Lee Attaway Jr., sports car racer], October 24, 1954

kk) Blow Whistles; Peace is Declared! [1918 Armistice], November 7, 1954

ll) The Blind Learn by Doing, November 21, 1954

mm) Hands at Work, talking hands tell musicians how to play, November 28, 1954

nn) Party That Goes Places, December 12, 1954

oo) There’s Nothing Like A New Hat, December 12, 1954



Scrapbook 2

Times-Picayune Dixie Roto Magazine

Stories written by Dr. Joy Jackson in 1955-1956

a) Deep in Dixie: West End’s Open-Air Movies, July 24, 1955

b) Foils for a Family, July 24, 1955

c) Revolution in Church Design, January 16, 1955

d) Keeping the Y in YWCA, January 23, 1955

e) Soaring Sextet, February 13, 1955

f) Safety Starts in the First Grade, February 13, 1955

g) Staff Chaff, Imagination at work, n. d.

h) What I Like About My School, February 27, 1955

i) At 13 She Has Her Own Troupe [Janice Roger], February 13, 1955

j) Jack Mack: Reed Maker (Reeds for oboes from cane from French Riviera), March 13,

k) Walt Whitman and the Louisiana Live Oak, March 20, 1955

j) From Shanghai to Symphony [Yuan and Ling Tung], March 27, 1955

k) It’s Puppy Time, April 3, 1955

l) Beauregard in the Hall of Montezuma, April 10, 1955

m) Making History Live, April 24, 1955

n) Bienville in Bronze, April 24, 1955

o) The Robe, May 15, 1955

p) It’s Only Maybelline, December 4, 1955

q) Home Runs in the Classroom, May 18, 1955

r) Playing House, Acadian Style, May 29, 1955

s) Turn-of-the-Century Photographer [John N. Teunisson], June 5, 1955

t) What Does A Teacher Do All Summer? While students vacation, instructors find new
jobs, July 17, 1955

u) From Faith and Concrete [replica of Grotto at Lourdes], August 28, 1955

v) Staff Chaff, A Man’s Memorial? [Judah P. Benjamin], September 11, 1955

w) Before the Long Stretch [dachshunds], September 4, 1955

x) Watch the Signs, September 11, 1955

y) A Kiln Replaces the Card Table, February 6, 1955

z) When Artists Give a Party, February 20, 1955

aa) Pets on Parade, February 20, 1955

bb) Davy Crockett Contest Winners, August 14, 1955

cc) Billy Breaks the Silence Barrier, September 18, 1955

dd) Collecting Bookplates, September 18, 1955

ee) So Sweet and Unrefined, September 18, 1955

ff) Are You Blind to Signs?, September 25, 1955

gg) Fur and Feather Play Together, October 2, 1955

hh) How Each 100 Helps 66, October 2, 1955

ii) Heart of a Cypress, Hands of an Artist [Ebdon Alleman makes pirogue], October
16, 1955

jj) Peasant Dress from Monk’s Cloth, October 16, 1955

kk) The Bigger the Party . . . the more fun youngster have celebrating birthday, November
6, 1955

ll) A Picture a day [Phyllis Reppel], October 30, 1955

mm) Calm Hands and Busy Feet, October 23, 1955

nn) Mother is Teacher’s Helper, October 23, 1955

oo) Rainbow Hairdo, November 6, 1955

pp) Round the Rink, November 13, 1955

qq) Ghosts of the Courts, David Hennessy murder ended in lynching, November 13, 1955

rr) 176 Voices for Victory [Colton Junior High School Cheerleaders], November 27,

ss) For Christmas Candles, December 18, 1955

tt) Pencils in the Park, December 4, 1955

uu) Juveniles Visit The Judges, January 15, 1956

vv) Rock Hound’s Fever, January 22, 1956

ww) Once A Newsboat, Now A Museum Piece, February 26, 1956

xx) Visitors Become the Krewe, February 12, 1956

yy) Buying Make-Believe, February 12, 1956

zz) Mardi Gras Mice, February 12, 1956

aaa) Some Like ‘Em Big, Some Like “Em Small [dogs], March 18, 1956

bbb) A Dream in Lace, March 11, 1956

ccc) A Chimp Called Caledonia, March 25, 1956

ddd) It’s A Trim Job [poodle], July 22, 1956

eee) Icy Adventure, March 25, 1956

fff) International Synphony, March 4, 1956

ggg) Madness at McDonogh, May 13, 1956

hhh) The Thai Touch, July 10, 1955



Scrapbook 1

Times-Picayune Dixie Roto Magazine

Stories written by Dr. Joy Jackson in 1956

a) Around the World in Music, May 20, 1956

b) Bike Rodeo, April 29, 1956

c) Learning How the World Goes Round, May 27, 1956

d) All She Need is Wings [Elizabeth Burke playing harp], June 17, 1956

e) Fun by the Pool, June 10, 1956

f) Return of the Hurdy-Gurdy, June 10, 1956

g) Saddles Call For Boots, June 24, 1956

h) Grandmere’s Secrets, July 8, 1956

i) Staff Chaff, He Paints Spotted Horses, n. d.

j) A Marked Horse, August 5, 1956

k) Beating the Bad Hours, September 9, 1956

l) As Easy as Icing, August 12, 1956

m) Nonsense That Makes Sense, September 16, 1956

n) Showman at 13 [Bobby Lonero], October 7, 1956

o) `X’ Marks The Spot, Ever leave a dollar bill in a library book? Or mark your place
with a saw? October 7, 1956

p) Fountains of the City, October 7, 1956

q) Pooches in the Pictures, October 7, 1956

r) Louisiana Scene Wins International Award, October 21, 1956

s) Do We Need a Drive to Unscramble Street Names, October 21, 1956

t) More Than Just a Dancer [Jackie Ebeier], November 4, 1956

u) Stuffing His Hobby [John Dudenhefer, taxidermy], November 18, 1956

v) Help to Help Themselves, November 11, 1956

w) Turtles, Toads and Tadfish, November 18, 1956

x) Beagle Boy, December 2, 1956

y) Staff Chaff, Phyllis Marie Reppel posed 366 times during her first year, n. d.

z) Staff Chaff [Michael Schlatre], n. d.

aa) Last Island’s Terrifying Last Day, August 5, 1956

bb) Romance in Wake of Tragic Storm, November 10, 1935

cc) Adopted Land, Adopted Son, November 11, 1956

Times-Picayune Dixie Roto Magazine

dd) April 26, 1953

ee) May 24, 1953

ff) September 6, 1953

gg) October 4, 1953 (2 copies)

hh) October 18, 1953

ii) December 6, 1953 (2 copies)

jj) June 13, 1954

kk) August 15, 1954

Life Magazine

ll) Special Issue, The Presidency, July 5, 1968

mm) Special Double Issue, The ’60s, Decade of Tumult and change, December 26, 1969

nn) Special Issue, To the Moon and Back, 1969



The Daily Reveille, Volume 53, September 17, 1948 through August 5, 1949 (Bound Copy)



Old German Books (4)



Xerox copies of articles from magazines and books


1. “The Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans: An Administrative and Financial
History, 1736-1941,” by Stella O’Conner, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 31,
No. 1, January 1948, pp. 5-109 (xerox copy)

2. “Charles Gayarré: A Biographical Sketch, by Grace King,” Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 2, April 1950, pp. 159-375; “The Last Days of Charles Gayarré,” by
John Smith Kendall, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 3, July 1932 (xerox copies)

3. “The History of the Louisiana State Lottery Company,” by Berthold C. Alwes, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 4, October 1944, pp. 964-1118 (xerox copy)

4. “The Louisiana Press and the Lottery, by Richard H. Wiggins,” Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 3, July 1948, pp. 716-844 (xerox copy)

5. “The Alliance and the Lottery: Farmers Try for the Sweepstakes,” by Henry C. Dethloff,
Louisiana History, Vol. VI, 1965, pp. 141-159

6. “The Louisiana Lottery Company,” by G. W. McGinty, Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, Vol. XX, No. 4, March 1940 (xerox copy)

7. Sucker’s Progress: An Informal History of Gambling in America from the Colonies to Canfield, by Herbert Asbury, New York, 1938, pp. 83-87 (xerox copy)

8. “The Degradation of a State, or the Charitable Career of the Louisiana Lottery,”
by Clarence C. Buel, Century Illustrated Monthly, XLIII, 1892) pp. 618-632 (xerox copy)

9. “Old Days on the Times-Democrat,” by John Smith Kendall, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXXIII, July 1950, pp. 406-429 (xerox copy)

10. America Revisited, by George Augustus Henry Sala, 1883, pp. 1-101 (xerox copy)

11. Life and Letters of Benjamin Morgan Palmer, by Thomas Cary Johnson, “The Final Stadium of Service,” pp. 547-563 (xerox copy)

12. A History of Louisiana: Wilderness, Colony, province, Territory, State, People, by Henry E. Chambers, 1925, Chapter CXII, “Self-Government Restored,” pp. 688-715
(xerox copy)

13. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Frank Turner Howard and Charles Turner Howard, pp. 173-174 (xerox copy)

14. Social Statistics of Cities, pp. 213-295 (xerox copy)

15. “The History of Negro Education in Louisiana,” by Betty Porter, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, XXV, July 1942, pp. 728-821 (xerox copy)

16. The Negro in Louisiana: Aspects of His History and His Literature, by Charles Barthelemy Rousséve, Xavier University Press, New Orleans, 1937 (xerox

17. “The Italian: Hindrance to White Solidarity, 1890-1898,” Journal of Negro History, Vol. L, January 1965, pp. 22-36 (xerox copy)

18. An Autobiography of Francis T. Nichols, 1834-1881, Edited by Barnes F. Lathrop,
Louisiana Historical Quarterly, XVII, April 1934, pp. 246-267 (xerox copy)

19. The Americans at Home, Pen-and-Ink Sketches of American Men, Manners, and Institutions, by David Macrae, 1885, pp. 306-315 and 320-331 (xerox copy)

20. Political Tendencies in Louisiana, 1812-1952, by Perry H. Howard , pp. 80-106 (xerox copy)

21. A History of Louisiana, The American Domination, 1861-1903, by Alcée Fortier, Vol. IV, Pt. 2, New York, 1904, 299 pp., Chapter VII
and VIII, pp. 194-243 (xerox copy)

22. “New Orleans as the National Center of Boxing,” by William H. Adams, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXXIX, January 1956, pp. 91-112 (xerox copy)

23. “The Republican Party in the Louisiana Election of 1896,” by Philip D. Uzee, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. II, No. 3, Summer 1961, pp. 332-344 (xerox copy)

24. History of New Orleans, by John Smith Kendall, 1922, pp. 128-181, 224-227, 274-315, and pp. 502-516 (xerox

25. History of the New Orleans Fire Department, Thomas O’Connor, ed., pp. 248-436 (xerox copy)

26. Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Louisiana, 1892, Vol. II, pp. 64-81 and pp. 234-235 (xerox copy)

27. Political Reminiscences, 1876-1902, by Gilbert Louis Dupre, pp. 56-59 (xerox copy)

28. Strangers’ Guide and Map of New Orleans Mardi Gras, 1893, by H. H. Salomone, pp. 5, 7, & 9 (xerox copy)

29. Sketch Book and Guide Through New Orleans, by Ruth Ramay, 1890, pp. 41-45 (xerox copy)

30. King Carnival in New Orleans, by Mary Bisland, 1890, pp. 470-478 (xerox copy)

31. “Education in Louisiana in the Closing Decades of the Century,” by Edwin L. Stephens,
Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 16, January 1933, pp. 46-49 (xerox copy)

32. The Higher Life of New Orleans, by Grace King, The Outlook, LIII, 1896, pp. 754-760 (xerox copy)


BOX 7 Xerox copies of articles from magazines and books


1. Social Life in Old New Orleans, by Eliza Ripley, 1975 (xerox copy)

2. Water Resources Study, New Orleans-Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area, Department of the Army, New Orleans District, Corps of Engineers, January 1974,

3. Efforts to Develop New Orleans as a World Trade Center, 1910-1960, A Thesis by
Gary Arnold Bolding, LSU, May 1966 (xerox copy)

4. The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and The Creoles of German Descent, by J. Hanno Deiler, 1969

5. Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed South Pass Bulk Terminal, Plaquemines
Parish, Louisiana, Coastal Environments, Inc., 1984 (xerox copy)

6. Cultural Resources Survey of Grand and Tiger Passes and Baptiste Collette Bayou,
Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, Coastal Environments, Inc., July 1978 (xerox copy)

7. Excerpts from “Report to the War Department, January 8, 1851,” Reprinted as an
appendix in Charles Ellet, Jr., The Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, containing Plans for the Protection of the Delta
from Inundation

8. Map and Brief Report Regarding the Burial of British Soldiers Killed in the Battle
of New Orleans, 1814-1815, compiled fro information supplies by Col. H. R. Richmond,
87th Division; Chronology of Events Leading to the Louisiana Transfer, December 20,
1803 and to Statehood April 30, 1812 (6 typed pages); List of Books and Articles to
see for N. O. in 1803, by Joy Jackson; Notes from Historical Sketch Book by Joy Jackson
(5 typed pages); Notes on 1803 New Orleans (2 typed pages); Chalmette National Historical Park, Louisiana, Commemorating the Battle of New Orleans (booklet); “Sale of Louisiana,” Moni Teur De La Louisiane, New Orleans, 1803; “Louisiana Purchase Documents Displayed at State Museum,” Transit Riders’ Digest, Vol. VI, No. 34, April 27, 1953, published weekly by N. O. Public Service, Inc.



Xerox copies of articles from magazines and books


1. Forms of Racial Interaction in Louisiana, 1860-1880, Dissertation by Geraldine
Mary McTigue, December 1975, Chapter I, The Free People of Color in New Orleans: A
Psychological Portrait, pp. 5-35 (xerox copy)

2. The Negro Creole Community in New Orleans, 1880-1920: An Oral History, Dissertation
by Arthé Agnes Anthony, 1978 (xerox copy)

3. The Forgotten People: Free People of Color in New Orleans, 1850-1870, Dissertation
by David C. Rankin, 1976

4. Black and White Workers: New Orleans 1880-1900, Thesis by David Paul Bennetts,
1972 (xerox copy)

5. Black Catholic Schools: The Josephite Parishes of New Orleans During the Jim Crow
Era, Thesis by John Bernard Alberts, December 1990 (xerox copy)

6. After Reconstruction: Black Politics in New Orleans, 1876-1900, Thesis by Londa
Lavonne Davis, December 1981 (xerox copy)

7. Black and White in New Orleans: A Study in Urban Race Relations, 1865-1900, by
Dale A. Somers (pp. 20-42 xeroxed from The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XL, No. 1, February 1974)

8. The Origins of Black Leadership in New Orleans During Reconstruction, by David
C. Rankin (pp. 417-440 xeroxed from The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XL, No. 3, August 1974)

9. Our People and Our History, by Rodolphe Lucien Desdunes, LSU, Baton Rouge, 1973 (xerox copy)

10. Negro Voter Registration in Louisiana, 1879-1964, by Riley E. Baker (xeroxed pp.
332-350 from Louisiana Studies, Vol. IV, No. 4, Winter 1965)



Xerox copies of articles from magazines and books


1. Excerpts from Weekly Louisianian, 1879-1880 (xerox copy)

2. Bibliography on Black New Orleans, 1880-1900, by Dr. Joy Jackson

3. “The Case of the Louisiana Traveler,” Quarrels That Have Shaped the Constitution, by John A. Garraty (ed.), 1964 (xerox copy)

4. “Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Mobile, Alabama,” Southern Catholic Heritage, Vol 1, Colonial Period, 1704-1813, by Charles Nolan, 1976 (xerox copy)

5. Francis Janssens, 1843-1897, A Dutch-American Prelate, by Annemarie Kasteel, pp. 192-329 (xerox copy)

6. “The New Orleans Colony in the Civil War,” by Robert T. Clark, Jr., Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. XX, October 1937, pp. 990-1015 (xerox copy)

7. 1970 Annual Report, New Orleans Police

8. Articles from Reader’s Digest

a) “The Man in Churchill’s Shoes,” October 1945, pp. 72-74 (xerox copy)

b) “Your Mission is to Contact the Russians,” n. d., pp. 117-128 (xerox copy)

9. United States Census Catalogs:

a) Federal Population Censuses 1790-1890, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, Washington:

b) 1900 Federal Population Census, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, Washington:

c) 1967 Census of Manufacturers, Louisiana, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1970

d) 1970 Census of Population, Advance Report, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, December 1970

e) 1970 Census of Population, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, January 1971

10. The City of New Orleans, by George Engelhardt, 1894, pp. 6, 7, 45, 46, 69-75,
89, 90, 101-103, 136, 137 (xerox copy)

11. “Life and Death-Rates, New Orleans and Other Cities Compared,” by Stanford E.
Chaillé, 1888, pp. 1-16 (xerox copy)

12. Progressive New Orleans, pp. 14 & 15 (xerox copy); Mayor’s Message, City Council of the City of New Orleans,
1894 pp. 3-15 (xerox copy )

13. Standard History of New Orleans, pp. 98-105, 149-159, 171-183, 210-213, 311-314 (xerox copy), pp. 435-438 (typed),
and 445-450 (typed excerpts)

14. “Drainage of the City of New Orleans,” Appendix II, unidentified publication,
pp. 47-52 (xerox copy)

15. The Two-Ocean War, A Short History of the United States Navy in the Second World War, by Samuel Eliot Morison, pp. 108 and 115 (xerox copy)

16. “Gateway to the Americas,” by James P. Baughman, The Past as Prelude: New Orleans, 1718-1968, edited by Hodding Carter, 1968, pp. 258-287 (xerox copy)

17. “New Orleans in the Year of 1880-1930,” The New Orleans Board of Trade, Ltd.: History 1880-1930, by H. S. Herring, 1930, pp. 30-58 (xerox copy)

18. Rules of the Road, International-Inland, United States Coast Guard, May 1, 1959

19. State Pilotage in America, Historical Outline with European Background, 1960


20. Advisory Information on Normal Sailing Route for ships on Mississippi River Between
Baton Rouge Harbor and Huey P. Long Bridge

21. “U-Boats in the Gulf of Mexico, World War II,” by Carole F. Corkern, pp. 31-46,
Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Papers, Vol. 5, 1978 (xerox copy)

22. “Andrew Jackson Higgins, Boatbuilder,” by Lucille B. Schwab, pp. 52-65, Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Papers, Vol. 7, 1980 (xerox copy)

23. Lighthouses & Lightships of the Northern Gulf of Mexico, Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard, n. d. (2 xerox copies)

24. Chapter Nine, “Crash Programs for Survival,” A Maritime History of the United States, by K. Jack Bauer, pp. 297-310 (xerox copy); Bread Upon the Water, by Gerald R. Jantscher, pp. 4-9 (xerox copy)

25. Louisiana and the World Economy, by Robert A. Flammang (xerox pp. 133-137); Postwar
Economic Growth and Fluctuations in Louisiana, by Stephen L. McDonald (xerox pp. 82-101).
Both from The Louisiana Economy edited by Thomas R. Beard, 1969; Chapter 2, Comparative Growth, 1947-1957 (xerox
pp. 20-53, 106-111, & 115-118 from Growth and Fluctuations in the Economy of Louisiana,

26. Depletion and Renewal in Southern History, by David M. Potter, pp. 75-89 (xerox

27. Counterrevolution: The Return of the Confederates, Chapter X, Abraham Lincoln and Reconstruction: The Louisiana Experiment, by Payton McCrary, 1978 (xerox copy)

28. North Carolina, DeBow’s Southern and Western Review, Vol. XI., O. S. [Vol. 1, No. 2], August 1851 (xerox copy)


BOX 10


1. Kaiser Aluminum News (xeroxed pp. 4-17, July-August 1959)

2. This is Ethyl Corporation Baton Rouge (14 xerox pages)

3. Supreme Court of Louisiana, No. 43,741, Esso Standard Oil Company versus Crescent
River Port Pilots Association and New Orleans and Baton Rouge Steamship Pilots Association,
Et Als

4. Ships of the Esso Fleet in World War II, Standard Oil Company, 1946 (xeroxed pp. 105, 76-80, 177-186, 286, 287, 343-346)

5. American Petroleum Industry, pp. 96, 97, 622, and 623 about Standard Oil Refinery (xerox copy); History of Standard Oil Company, pp. 26-36 (xerox copy)

6. History of the Lower Mississippi, by Floyd M. Clay, pp. 17-56 (xerox copy)

7. Cairo, Illinois to Gulf of Mexico Including Navigation Charts Middle Mississippi River
Below Hannibal, Missouri and the Gulf Outlet, New Orleans to the Gulf of Mexico
(xerox copies of maps of the Mississippi River)

8. New Orleans-Baton Rouge Steamship Pilots Association, Roster of State Commissioned
Pilots and Members
, 1980

9. River Capital: An Illustrated History of Baton Rouge, by Mark T. Carleton, 1981, scattered pp. 153-255 (xerox copy)

10. Port of Baton Rouge, Tariff No. 1, 1955 (xerox copy)

11. “Port Development and Greater Baton Rouge,” World Ports, October 1957 (xerox copy)

12. The Port of Baton Rouge, LA, Port and Harbor Conditions, pp. 1-52 (xerox copy)

13. The Ports of Baton Rouge and Lake Charles, LA, Part 2, The Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, Port Series No. 21, Revised
1969 (xeroxed pages)

14. Port of New Orleans, 1905, from New Orleans, The Crescent City (xerox copy)

15. Annual Review of the Commerce of New Orleans for 1875-76, Times-Picayune (xerox copy)

16. New Orleans Harbor, Report of Chief of Engineers, 1921-1928 (xerox copy)

17. Ship Registers and Enrollments of New Orleans, Louisiana, Vol. III, 1831-1840 (xeroxed pp. 224 and 225 about Whale steamboat); W. G. Coyle & Co., Inc. Coal and
Towing (xeroxed pp. 35 and 45); Richard R. Buras Ship License (xerox copy); “River
Pilot Recalls the Steamy Past [Capt. James Seaman], Our Town, November 19, 1987

18. New Orleans Port Publications:

a) Master Plan, New Orleans-Centroport U.S.A.

b) The New Port of New Orleans, Beginning a New Era of Growth, 1970s

c) 74th Annual Report, New Orleans Centroport U.S.A., Board of commissioners, Post of New Orleans, 1969-70

d) New Orleans Centroport U.S.A., World Ports, The Official Organ of the American Association of Port Authorities, n. d.

e) New Orleans Centroport U.S.A. (brochure)

19. The Port of New Orleans (xeroxed pp. 176-178 and Maps); Map of New Orleans Harbor,
Revised April 1962

20. Waterborne Commerce of the United States, 1962 (xeroxed pp. 202-204)

21. Flood Control, Mississippi River and Tributaries, Water Resources Development, 1953, p. 63; Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Algiers Lock and Canal, LA, 1961, pp. 35-40
(xerox copy)

22. New Orleans-Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area Urban Study, Water-Oriented Outdoor Recreation, April 1979

23. Xerox Copies from New Orleans Port Record:

a) “West Bank, The communities across the river from the City of New Orleans are thriving
industrial areas with vigorous growth still ahead,” by Chris D. Hobson, New Orleans Port Record, n. d.

b) “New Orleans Board of Trade,” by W. L. Carter, New Orleans Port Record, April 1952 c) “The Men Behind the Port of New Orleans,” New Orleans Port Record, June 1952, pp. 12-15, and 19, (xerox copy)

d) “A Yacht That Sells A Port,” New Orleans Port Record, September 1951, pp. 8 and 9

e) “Predicts ‘Banner Year’ For Port, New Orleans Port Record, November 1952

f) “Aluminum Ore Shipment from New Operation,” New Orleans Port Record, March 1953, p. 15

g) “Barge Traffic High,” New Orleans Port Record, March 1953, p. 24

h) “Federal Barge Lines,” New Orleans Port Record, April 1953, p. 24

i) “Traffic News and Views,” New Orleans Port Record, April 1953, p. 26

j) “Japan Recovers,” by Matasaburo Yoshimura, Consul for Japan in New Orleans, New Orleans Port Record, May 1953, pp. 12-15

k) “Coast Guard Requires Personnel Credentials,” New Orleans Port Record, May 1953, p.23

l) “Barge Commerce Rise,” New Orleans Port Record, May 1953, p. 30

m) “Steamboats on the River,” New Orleans Port Record, June 1953, pp. 12-14

n) “Bulk Grain Receipts Up At Grain Elevator;” “Seven Percent Import Rise At New Orleans,”
New Orleans Port Record, June 1953, p. 18

o) “N. O. Still 2nd Port,” New Orleans Port Record, July 1953, p. 22

p) “Oliphant Stays Pres. of Barge Lines,” New Orleans Port Record, August 1953, p. 25

q) picture of New Orleans harbor, New Orleans Port Record, September 1953, p. 6

r) “New Orleans Buzzes Again,” New Orleans Port Record, January 1954, pp. 10-15

s) “International House: Ten Years Old,” New Orleans Port Record, January 1954, p. 16

t) “New Orleans and Aluminum,” New Orleans Port Record, February 1954, pp. 14-19

u) “Miss. River Bridge OK’d at New Orleans,” New Orleans Port Record, April 1954, p. 18

v) “Financial Surplus Continues at Port, Expansion Planned,” New Orleans Port Record, May 1954, p. 16

w) “About New Orleans-What do they think Abroad?” New Orleans Port Record, June 1954, pp. 14 and 15

x) “New Bridge for New Orleans,” New Orleans Port Record, July 1954, p. 15

y) “In Oil-New Growth for New Orleans,” New Orleans Port Record, October 1954, pp. 18 and 19

z) “Economy Zone,” New Orleans Port Record, November 1954, pp. 12-15

aa) “Lion Oil Dedicates $30 Million Plant,” New Orleans Port Record, November 1954, pp. 21 and 21

 bb) “W. J. Amoss Appointed Director of the Port, New Top Post Given N. O. Man,” New Orleans Port Record, January 1955, pp. 22 and 23

cc) “New Orleans Marks a Milestone,” New Orleans Port Record, March 1955, pp. 12, 13, 38, and 39

dd) “Construction, U. S. Ports Build to Serve a National Need,” New Orleans Port Record, November 1955, pp. 8-11

ee) “Kaiser Aluminum to Build La. Plant,” New Orleans Port Record, Vol. XIV, January 1956 (2 copies)

ff) “For the Port of New Orleans: New Record to Break,” New Orleans Port Record, February 1956, pp. 8 and 9

gg) “New La. Industries 25% Ahead of U. S., New Orleans Port Record, March 1956, pp. 16 and 17

hh) “Short Cut for Barges,” New Orleans Port Record, April 1956

ii) “Port Hits All-Time High in Tonnage,” New Orleans Port Record, June 1956, pp. 24 and 25

jj) “On this sixtieth anniversary occasion, a famous newspaper tells why and how the
Port of New Orleans has become . . . Mid-America’s Major Port,” New Orleans Port Record, July 1956, pp. 4-7

kk) “Continuing Boom,” New Orleans Port Record, July 1956, pp. 8 and 9

ll) “More Than Wishful Thinking,” New Orleans Port Record, July 1956, pp. 10 and 11

mm) “An account of an extemporaneous river race in Tales of the Mississippi,” New Orleans Port Record, June 1956, pp. 8-13

nn) “Announce Plans for Geismar Plant [Wyandotte Chemicals],” New Orleans Port Record, November 1956, p. 33

oo) “Pack Horses of the Waterways-Barges,” by Jay Eustis, New Orleans Port Record , December 1956, pp. 4-9

pp) “Mathieson’s Louisiana Chemical Investment Grows,” New Orleans Port Record, July 1957, pp. 26 and 27

qq) “Lanier to Head Baton Rouge Port,” New Orleans Port Record, July 1957, p. 38

24. Copies from Miscellaneous Publications:

a) Development of the Port of Baton Rouge (page 35 from unidentified publication,
n. d.)

b) Louisiana’s Allure: How it Works (Reprint from Chemical Week, September 18, 1965

c) Factors Affecting Louisiana’s Industrial Development, Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, Inc., Baton Rouge, November 1962 (pp.

d) Port of Baton Rouge Today and Tomorrow (xerox copy)

e) “Port of Baton Rouge,” Lykes Fleet Flashes, January 1973 (xerox copy)

f) Table 4, Internal, Coastwise, and Foreign Traffic of the Mississippi River, 1937-47
(xeroxed from William H. Baughn, The Impact of World War II on the New Orleans Port-Mississippi River System, 1950-2 copies)

g) Map of The Intracoastal Canal as it as from to the Texas border in 1934 (xerox
copy from Navigable Waterways of Southern Louisiana)

h) Xerox copy of page 576 from Standard History of New Orleans comparing commerce

i) Progress Report, Baton Rouge Port Development Association, unidentified publication

j) “A Status Report: Port of Plenty, City Increases Share of Rich River Trade,” Baton Rouge, Vol. 9, No. 1, February 1958

k) “A Status Report: Building for Barges,” Baton Rouge, May 1959

l) “Five Freight Trains Equal One Towboat,” The Catholic Commentator, Vol. 4, No. 25, July 22, 1966

m) Port of New Orleans, LA. Waterborne Foreign Trade, October 2, 1968, U. S. Department
of Commerce

n) United States Foreign Waterborne Commerce, Calendar Years 1969 and 1968, Board
of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans (3 pages)

o) Public Bulk Terminal of New Orleans (In Tons of 2,000 Pounds), January 12, 1971,
Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans (2 pages)

p) New Orleans Grain Exports, January thru December 1970, January 15, 1971, New Orleans
Board of Trade Ltd. (1 page)

q) Port of New Orleans, La., Yearly Fiscal Report, July 16, 1970, Board of Commissioners
of the Port of New Orleans (1 page)

r) Port of New Orleans Foreign Trade, Calendar Years 1960 thru 1969 (1 page)

s) Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet, Statement of Traffic, Short Tons (1 page)

t) New Orleans Grain Exports, Calendar Year 1969, In Thousands of Bushels, January
15, 1970 (1 page)

u) Appendix 4: Offense Rate Data for the Four Major Violet Crimes, 1967 Cities Over
250,000 Population-Ranked by Rate of Offense, pp. 153-158, unidentified publication

v) Appendix 9: Urban Arrest Rate Data, Computational Method, and Assumptions for the
Four Major Violent Crimes, by Race and Age, 1964-67, pp. 181-185, unidentified publication

w) Annual Report, City of New Orleans, 1968-1969 (pp. 8-11, 13, 16, 22-29, 31-37)

x) New Orleans article from unidentified publication, pp. 369-374 (xerox copy)

y) 8-page hand written List of books about New Orleans

z) 2-pages about New Orleans (xerox copy)

aa) A Fifty-five Acre Community Eyesore in 1970 . . .Becomes The Pride of All Louisiana
in 1973!
(Louisiana Superdome-booklet)

bb) New Orleans, Brief Summary of Information, Compiled by the Public Relations and Research Departments of the Chamber of Commerce
of the New Orleans Area, Revised, 1970

cc) New Orleans Information, pp. 8-81, unidentified publication

dd) New Orleans Information, pp. 8-31, unidentified publication (xerox copy)

ee) Municipal Manual, City of New Orleans, pp. 38-41 (xerox copy)

gg) Notes from Flynn’s Digest (typewritten)


BOX 11


1. “The Captains Streckfus,” Sunday Times-Picayune Dixie, October 16, 1977

2. “Gulf’s Fish Didn’t Have Chance When Cap’n Fred [Williams] Sought Them,” Pensacola News-Journal, February 8, 1959 (xerox copy); Also xeroxes of legal papers

3. “Captain Conway, The Clipper King, Borne to Grave by His Grandsons,” Times-Picayune, January 22, 1911

4. Men, Ships & the River, The New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots Story, n. d.

5. Mississippi Queen Information:

a) 18 Postcards of the Magnificent Mississippi Queen

b) Welcome to Steamboatin’, Delta Queen and Mississippi Queen, Your Guide to Living the

c) Old Fashioned Holidays, Great Guest Chefs (Recipe booklet)

d) Steamboating’ Country, The Legendary Steamboats, Mississippi Queen & Delta Queen
(map of sailing routes)

6. Jennie Cooper, Her Own Story, Sag Harbor-1905 (booklet)

7. Julius Prinz Contract with Pilots, September 18, 1920 (xerox copy)

8. Obituary of Capt. Thomas Spicuzza, Times-Picayune, January 26, 1937; Page with Spicuzzas listed from Soards New Orleans City Directory for 1920

9. Coyle Information:

a) “William G. Coyle’s Long Life Ends,” Times-Picayune, February 18, 1914

b) Note card with location of Coyle coal yard from Sanborn Map, 1908

c) Letters from Secretary of State dated October 7, 1987 to Mr. Buras about Debardeleben
Coal Corporation and Coyle Lines Incorporated

d) Information about W. G. Coyle & Co. (xeroxed pp. 90 and 183 from Pen Illustrations of New Orleans, 1881-82 by Jno. E. Land)

e) Photograph of W. G. Coyle (xeroxed p. 26 from Notable Men of New Orleans in 1905)

f) Six xerox copies of tugboats

10. Information on the tugboat Jenny Wilson

11. Newspaper Clippings:

a) “Huge Cargo Towed by One Tug from Up River to City,” Also Listing of Ship Lines
in New Orleans, Times-Picayune, September 1921

b) “Gulf Coast Oyster Puffs Out His Chest,” Times-Picayune, May 8, 1927

c) “Bayou St. John Coming Back to Its Own,” Times-Picayune, June 5, 1927

d) “Port Promises Aid in Handling Barge Traffic,” Times-Picayune, January 22, 1928

12. Miscellaneous Items:

a) “The Intracoastal Canal in Louisiana and Methods of Dredging,” by Mr. T. E. L.
Lipsey, Professional Memoirs, VIII, No. 39, May-June 1916, pp. 266-297 (xerox copy)

b) Tugboat Takes Steel Tow from Here to Houston, First Westbound Intracoastal Canal
Cargo Reaches Destination, Times-Picayune, August 18, 1934 (xerox copy)

13. Editorials on Eads and Jetties, Daily Picayune, April 30, 1874 and 1875

14. U. S. Army, Corps of Engineers Annual Reports, 1884, 1894, 1920, 1944 (xerox copies)

15. U. S. Army, Corps of Engineers Annual Reports, 1949-1959 (xerox copies)

16. Articles from Annual Reports:

a) History of Attempted Improvements of the Mouth of the Mississippi River by Maj.
James B. Quinn, 1898 (xerox from Report of the Chief of Engineers, 1898)

b) Sub-Report to Appendix S to Annual Report of the Chief Engineer, 1904

c) Improvement of Rivers and Harbors in the New Orleans, Louisiana District (xerox
extract from Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, 1910)

d) Appendix S to 1911 Annual Report of the Chief Engineer

17. Map of South Pass (xeroxed from Annual Report of Corps of Engineers, Part 2, 1915)

18. Southwest and South Pass (xeroxed from Report of Chief of Engineers, Part 1, 1916)

19. Historical Summary Giving Scope of Previous Projects for Improvement of Rivers
and Harbors in the New Orleans District, South and Southwest Passes, 1915 (xerox copy)

20. Southwest and South Passes (xeroxed from Report of Chief of Engineers, Part 1,

21. Southwest and South Passes (xeroxed from Report of Chief of Engineers, Part 1,

22. Chronological Development of Chain of Title Based on CCGD8 (ecv) Files Related
to Head of Passes (xerox copy)

23. Cultural Resources Investigations of South Pass of the Mississippi River, Plaquemines
Parish, Louisiana
, Draft Report, October 1995, Prentice Thomas and Associates, Inc., Prepared for U.
S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans, LA (Joy Jackson has article in it)

24. Evaluation of the National Register Eligibility of Burrwood, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, Final Report, July 10, 1985, R. Christopher Goodwin and Associates, Inc., Prepared
for Department of the Army, New Orleans, Louisiana.

25. Plaquemines Parish Information:

a) Plaquemines Parish Fort Jackson (booklet), 1962

b) Port Eads, Fishing in Style at the Mouth of the Mississippi, Big Money, Big Boats
and Sometimes Big Fish, Dixie, September 20, 1981


BOX 12


1. Biographical Sketches from Miscellaneous Publications:

a) Biographies of the Mayors of New Orleans, 1803-1936, I. W. Patton, 1878-1880, pp. 120-123 (xerox copy)

b) Biographies of the Mayors of New Orleans, 1803-1936, J. Valsin Guillotte, 1884-1888, pp. 132-135 (xerox copy)

c) Biographies of the Mayors of New Orleans, 1803-1936, John Fitzpatrick, 1892-1896, pp. 140-143 (xerox copy)

d) “Cable’s Beginnings as a Reformer,” Journal of Southern History, pp. 150-157 (xerox copy)

e) Charles Etienne Arthur Gayarré (p. 464), Louisiana Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Town, Events, Institutions, and Persons,
Arranged in Cyclopedic Form
, by Alcée Fortier, Vol. I, 1914 (xerox copy)

f) Robert C. Davey (pp. 311 and 312), Louisiana Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Town, Events, Institutions, and Persons,
Arranged in Cyclopedic Form
, by Alcée Fortier, Vol. I, 1914 (xerox copy)

g) Robert Charles Davey, Biographical Directory, p. 780 (xerox copy)

h) Robert C. Davey, Who Was Who in America, 1897-1942, p. 297 (xerox copy)

i) Six xerox pages of vital statistics from unidentified publication (xerox copy)

j) Five Pages of biographies, Jewell’s Crescent City Illustrated (xerox copy)

k) Municipal Matters, unidentified publication, n. d. (xerox copy)

l) Morgan’s R. R. and Steamship Co. v. Louisiana, pp 237-243 (xerox copy)

m) Biography of Miss Bessie Behan, unidentified publication, p. 71 (xerox copy)

n) Biography of John A. Morris, National Cyclopedia of American Biography, p. 336 (xerox copy)

o) Cartoon Comment, A Windy Affair, The Mascot, An Independent Journal of the Day, April 12, 1890 (xerox copy)

p) Ogden’s Platform, Where He Stands on the Lottery Question, Picayune, November 7, 1883 (xerox copy)

q) Biography of Grace Elizabeth King, unidentified publication, pp. 389 and 390 (xerox

r) Biography of Miss Elizabeth Bisland, unidentified publication, p. 86 (xerox copy)

s) Chapter IV, A Southern Parliament (1 page-xerox copy)

t) Biography of Louis Clark Roudanez, Who’s Who in Colored Louisiana, p. 57 (handwritten dopy)

u) Biography of Louis Clark Roudanez, Black Biography, 1790-1950, pp. 697-698 (xerox copy)

v) John T. Monroe, unidentified publication, n. d.

2. Times-Democrat, October 19, 20, 22, 24, 26, and 31, 1889 (xerox copy)

3. Newspaper Clippings:

a) “Railroad Ramblers,” The Daily Picayune, n. d.

b) “French Market Drama, A Butter Man Elopes with a Vegetable Woman,” Daily Picayune, July 26, 1874


c) “Annual Review of the Commerce of New Orleans, 1875-76,” Times-Picayune, September 1, 1876

d) “Whence the Wealth of Cities,” Times-Picayune, June 21, 1882

e) “Cartoon Comment, The Goose That Lays The Golden Egg,” The Mascot, An Independent Journal of the Day, February 15, 1890

f) “Cartoon Comment, Governor Nicholls Responsible,” The Mascot, An Independent Journal of the Day, April 26, 1890

g) “Robinson’s Band: Plays Anything, Ah, Ye Gods! Is There No Relief For The Afflicted?”
“Public Institutions, Some Facts Concerning Them Which Should Be Regarded,” The Mascot, An Independent Journal of the Day, February 15, 1890

h) “A Complete History of the Club [Olympic Club],” “Something About The Men, Jack
Dempsey’s Record,” The Mascot, An Independent Journal of the Day, January 15, 1891

i) Views of prominent Negroes on Cleveland’s election and shows high posts some Negroes
held and their hopes and fears for the future, Daily Picayune, November 21, 1884

j) “Editorial on Cable’s Silent South and its Arguments, Johnson vs. Cable, Daily Picayune, May 4, 1886

k) “Is the Negro a Failure?,” Daily Picayune, June 11, 1886, p. 4

4. Newspaper clippings about the 1915 Storm, Times-Picayune, September 30, October 1 & 2, 1915 (xerox copy)

5. Newspaper and Magazine Clippings, 1942-1961:

a) “Pilot Boat Veteran of Two Wars Again Taking Her Stand for Battle [ Underwriter],” Times-Picayune, September 24, 1942

b) “Million Dollar Permanent Dock Ready Next Month, Morning Advocate, Dec. 31, 1947

c) “Ships to the Sea,” Morning Advocate Magazine, August 1, 1948 (xerox copy)

d) “Funds are South for Local Projects,” Morning Advocate, March 6, 1949

e) “Sea-Going Vessel Uses City Docks to Take on Cargo Bound for Cuba,” States Times, June 28, 1949

f) “Foreign Shipping Boosts Port of Baton Rouge as One of South’s Biggest,” States Times, June 1, 1950

g) “Port Authority Signs Contract for Survey Here,” States Times, May 1, 1951

h) “Major Deep Water Port Here, Possibly Across River, Urged Here, Suggest State Financing,”
Morning Advocate, September 20, 1951

i) “Baton Rouge Port is Ready Now for Ocean-Going Ships, States Times, Dec. 26, 1951

j) “Wilson to Head Area Port Body,” States Times, March 29, 1952

k) “Deep-Water Port Facilities Would be Economic Boon, Morning Advocate, April 11, 1952

l) “N. O. Port Men Offer Support to BR Project, Dock Board will Encourage Development
of Major Port Here,” State Times, April 28, 1952

m) “Baton Rouge Plans Port Improvement, Times-Picayune, January 25, 1953

n) “Push Additional Port Work After Award of Grain Facility Project, States Times, October 21, 1954

o) “Set Dedication of Grain Elevators at Port Site, States Times, June 14, 1955

p) “Port Stops Being Dream, Becomes Reality Today, Morning Advocate, May 25, 1955

q) photograph: Aerial view of new grain-handling facilities of the Greater Baton Rouge
Post, Morning Advocate, July 25, 1955

r) “Port’s Grain Facility Dedicated, States Times, July 26, 1955

s) “River Brought Progress to City; Growing Port Maintains Lively Pace,” State Times, September 10, 1956 (xerox copy)

t) “Now a Hive of Activity,” Morning Advocate, August 18, 1957 (xerox copy)

u) “N. O. Port Men Offer Support to BR Project, Morning Advocate, April 22, 1958

v) “Devil’s Swamp Project is Reality,” State-Times, April 3, 1959 (xerox copy)

w) “Port Agency Dedicates Terminal,” Morning Advocate, June 10, 1959 (xerox copy)

x) “BR Barge Terminal Dedicated,” State-Times, June 10, 1959 (xerox copy)

y) “BR Port Tonnage Gains Outstripping Those of Gulf Coast,” Morning Advocate, October 14, 1959

z) “First Barge Canal Private Slip in Use,” State-Times, March 24, 1960

aa) “Modern Public Port Facilities to Boost Baton Rouge Trade and Industry, Construction News Monthly, June 8, 1955

bb) Deep Water Notes, Deep Water Port of Baton Rouge, Vol. 1, No. 6; Vol. II, No. 11, November 1958

cc) “New Barge Terminal Part of Port’s Expansion,” Deep Water Port of Baton Rouge, Vol. I, No. 2, April 1957

dd) “Port of Baton Rouge Okayed for Animal Export,” Deep Water Port of Baton Rouge, Vol. I, No. 4, July 1957

ee) “New Barge Terminal Plans,” Deep Water Port of Baton Rouge, Vol. I, No. 3, May 1957

ff) “Port Shows Increase in Cargo Variety, Ships in Port,” Deep Water Port of Baton Rouge, Vol. III, No. 5, July-August 1959

gg) “Ninth in U. S., Baton Rouge Port Climbs Four Places in National Rank,” Deep Water Port of Baton Rouge, Vol. VI, No. 8, August 1962

hh) “Baton Rouge to the Gulf,” Fortune Magazine, 1961

6. Newspaper clippings about Mississippi River, 1965-1993:

a) “River Collision Testimony Resumes,” unidentified newspaper, n. d.

b) “A Legend of Steamboatin’ Days [Race of Natchez and Robert E. Lee,” unidentified
newspaper, n. d.

c) “Old Man River at the Crescent City (photograph),” New Orleans States-Item, June 16, 1965

d) “First Spillway Gate Opened by Retired Superintendent [Alton “Runt” Rent],” Morning Advocate, April 18, 1973

e) “Map of Mississippi River Flood Control Plan Below Old River,” Morning Advocate, April 18, 1973

f) “Flood Flashbacks to 1912, 1927 Offer Contrasts to ‘73,” Sunday Advocate, May 13, 1973

g) “Pilot on Port Safety,” Times-Picayune, September 6, 1979


h) “Oil Jobs, Environment Top La. Priorities,” Times-Picayune, September 9, 1979

i) Pilots vs. Coast Guard, Times-Picayune, September 25, 1979

j) “Port Marketing Slow to Modernize,” Times-Picayune, The States Item, June 17, 1982

k) “Baton Rough River Pilots Given 18 percent Raise,” unidentified newspaper, 1986?

l) Flashbacks, Rivergoing Mama [Capt. Mary Becker Greene], Times-Picayune, December 14, 1986

m) “Life on the Mississippi,” Times-Picayune, October 26, 1986

n) Port Services Need to Change with the Times, Director Says, Times-Picayune, August 25, 1988

o) “Sole Survivor, Brushes with Death Old Hat [Henry Devlin Durham, Mississippi River
pilot],” Times-Picayune, March 21, 1993

7. Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968 (About New Orleans)

8. Newspaper Clippings And Other Publications About New Orleans, 1965-1994:

a) “Area Suffers from Hurricane Winds, Waters [Betsy]” Times-Picayune, September 11, 1965

b) “Orleans is Fifth Oldest U. S. City,” New Orleans States-Item, April 16, 1968

c) Picture Out Of Our Past [John Trenaman in New Orleans Fire Department], Dixie, August 25, 1968

d) “Two Bands Play in Jazz Funeral, Musicians Pay Tribute to George Lewis,” Times-Picayune, January 4, 1969

e) “Ex-Orleanian Reflects on City After 17 Years,” Times-Picayune, January 3, 1971

f) “Louisiana Superdome Construction Expected to Begin on May,” Times-Picayune, January 22, 1971

g) “City’s Population Decreases,” Times-Picayune, January 30, 1971

h) “Delay Ends, LASH Ship Completes Maiden Voyage,” Times-Picayune, February 18, 1971

i) “N. O. Property Tax Overhaul is Urged,” Times-Picayune, March 1, 1971

j) “Orleans Planning, Lack of it Under Scrutiny,” Times-Picayune, March 14, 1971

k) “Home Burglars’ Methods Similar Except for `Haul’,” Times-Picayune, March 15, 1971

l) “Rex and Comus Visit Is Climax [Mardi Gras Parade], Times-Picayune, February 20, 1971

m) “River Pollution Drastically Cut, Protection Unit States,” Times-Picayune, March 30, 1972

n) “Port Receives Severe Blow with Damage to Canal Lock,” Times-Picayune, April 7, 1972

o) “A Month in New Orleans in 1890,” Dixie, August 13, 1972

p) “Lady Skipper Steers Way, Times-Picayune, November 12, 1978

q) “The Legends of St. Roch Cemetery,” Times-Picayune, February 4, 1979

r) “On Julia Between Camp and St. Charles,” Dixie, June 10, 1979

s) “Old N. O. Mint Returned to Mint Condition,” Times-Picayune, November 4, 1979

t) “The Kid Who Would be Mayor, Dutch Morial, The untold story of his rough ride to
the top,” Dixie, August 16, 1981


u) “Life at River’s Side Comes to End [Batture in Westwego],” Times-Picayune, February 15, 1987

v) “Algiers school left with echoes of education [Belleville School],” Times-Picayune, June 7, 1987

w) “Party is set for library’s 80th year [Algiers Point Library],” unidentified newspaper,
n. d.

x) Picture From The Past, Historic building became a hotbed of politics [Choctaw Club],”
Times-Picayune, December 13, 1987

y) “A `Tribute’ to Francis T. Nicholls,” by Evans J. Casso, Times-Picayune, December 13, 1987

z) “Port posts a gain,” Times-Picayune, February 25, 1994

aa) New Orleans, Scene of Innovation, An address by Dr. Malcolm F. Rosenberg, Jr.
to the 18th Annual Conference, South Central District, Department of Elementary School
Principals, in New Orleans, 1966 (brochure)

bb) Art Supplement “The Levee at New Orleans,” with two text pages from ” Appleton’s Journal, N.Y., 1869

cc) A Lithographed Map from Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, dated June 30,
1892, Mississippi River Commission, Fourth District-Warrenton to Head of Passes, 484
Miles, Showing location of channel works and United States Levees

dd) Scene on the Levee, in the Cotton Season, New Orleans, Yesterday and Today, by Belle Hunt, page 648 (xerox copy)

ee) French Quarter Walking Tour and Souvenir of New Orleans, 1967 (booklet)

 9. Alsace and Lorraine Research (xerox copies from books)

a) Alsace and Lorraine, From Caesar to Kaiser, by Ruth Putnam, 1915, pp. 201-205, 7 maps

b) Spell of Alsace, by André Hallays, 1 map

c) Spell of Alsace, by André Hallays, Chapter IX, “An Excursion in the Surroundings of Strasburg, pp.
116-129 (2 copies of pp. 120-129)

10. Mississippi River Index from Times-Picayune

11. Photographs and maps of New Orleans and the Mississippi River (xerox copies)

12. Maps of the United States and Individual States (xerox copies)

13. Photographs of Dr. Jackson and her family and other photographs used in Where the River Runs Deep


BOX 13


1. Births, Baptisms, Deaths, and Marriages:

a) Birth Certificate of Joy Juanita Jackson, October 8, 1928 (original)

b) Birth announcement for Joy Juanita Jackson in Times-Picayune, October 14, 1928

c) Marriage Certificate of Oliver Daniel Jackson and Oneida Christine Drouant, October
17, 1928

d) Birth Certificate of Oneida C. Drouant, January 3, 1898

e) Program of Confirmation Services of Oneida C. Drouant, April 9, 1911

f) Obituary for Oneida Drouant Jackson, Daily Star, April 30, 1990

g) Baptism Certificate of Oliver Daniel Jackson, Plaquemines Parish, La., February
28, 1897 (original and xerox copy)

h) Sworn Statement of Mrs. Olivia Clark Richmond that Oliver Daniel Jackson was baptized
on February 28, 1897 and that he was approximately six months old, having been born
on August 5, 1896, statement signed January 13, 1960 (original)

i) 1900 Census report for Oliver D. Jackson, Age 3, from Department of Commerce, Bureau
of the Census to Bureau of Marine Inspection dated October 28, 1942 (original and
two xerox copies)

j) Memento and Certificate of Baptism, Joy Jackson

k) A Token of your Confirmation, Joy Jackson, April 16, 1941

l) Obituary of Captain Andy Jackson, Times-Picayune, January 24, 1902 (xerox copy)

m) Certificate of Baptism for Thomas Rudolphe Jackson, February 27, 1864 (xerox copy)

n) Certificate of Death for Thomas Jackson, March 18, 1955 (xerox copy)

o) Obituary of Thomas A. Jackson

p) Baptism Certificate of Hyacinth Jackson at St. Mary’s Assumption Church, March
19, 1909, born October 5, 1895 (xerox copy)

q) Obituary of Sarah Buras Jackson, Times-Picayune, February 14, 1914 (xerox copy)

r) Marriage Certificate of Jean-Baptiste Breny, January 13, 1880 (2 version)

s) Obituary of Mrs. Alvaretta Jackson Nicholson, Times-Picayune, June 29, 1978, July 8, 1978

t) Items found inside the German Bible of Josephine C. Koster Drouant

u) List of births, death, marriages, and children in the Josephine Koster Drouant

v) Death Certificate of Inez Drouant died January 23, 1917 at the Charity Hospital
at aged 1 years, 5 months, and 16 days of diphtheria

w) Death Certificate of Louisa Pratt widow of Monroe Jackson died April 13, 1911 at
age 24 years, 3 months, and 11 days

x) Death Certificate of Monroe Jackson, Jr., March 2, 1911

y) Death Certificate of Sarah Buras wife of Andrew Jackson died February 13, 1914

z) Death Certificate of Sarah Jackson, February 2, 1914

aa) Baptism Certificate of Celeste Buras, Church of St. Thomas, Pointe-a-la-Hache,
Louisiana, August 4, 1844 (three versions–xeroxed)

bb) Obituary of John W. Jackson, Morning Tribune, New Orleans, died November 10, 1932

cc) Death Certificate of Charles Buras, Sr., March 23, 1955

dd) Contract of Marriage between Andrew Jackson and Celeste Buras, April 30, 1859


ee) Letter from Alice D. Forsyth, Archivist at Cathedral of St. Louis King of France
dated 2 August 1978 about records available

ff) Extract from Baptismal Register for Jean Raphael Burat (2 versions)

gg) Extract from Marriage Record for Jean Pierre Bura with Margueritte Frederic

hh) Extract from Marriage Register for Sebastian Bura with Maria Juliana Bura

ii) Extract from Marriage Register for Rene Antoine Millet with Marie Toutdit

jj) Extract from Marriage Entry for Henry Frederique and Genevieve Millet

kk) Letter from Mrs. T. R. Rehm, Secretary, Archives, Diocese of Mobile dated 20 July
1978 about records available.

ll) Marriage Record-Jean Guillaume Burat and Madeleine Rouger

mm) Baptismal Record-unnamed son of Jean Guillaume Burat and Madeleine Roger

nn) Baptismal Record-Joseph Guillaume Burat, son of Jean Guillaume Burat and Madeline

oo) Baptismal Record-Jean Pierre Burat, son of Jean Buillaume Burat and Magdeleine

pp) Burial Record-Jean Buillaume Burat

qq) Marriage Record-Antoine Negrier and Madelaine Rouger

rr) Baptism Certificate for Helene Morghan, August 8, 1864

ss) Marriage Certificate for Doonari Coludrorica and Helen Morgan, May 27, 1883

tt) Marriage Certificate for Henry (Henri) Clark and Katy Goodman, August 18, 1889

uu) Marriage Certificate for Pablo Balribera and Elizabeth Buras, June 3, 1845

vv) Marriage Certificate for Jeamy Reggio and Lucinda Loar, January 5, 1847 (2 versions)

ww) Baptism Certificate for Joseph Jackson,

xx) Baptism Certificate for Hyacinth Jackson, October 5, 1895

yy) Petition of Heirs pursuant to the sale of the Estate, May 1812

2. Letters and Documents about Steamship Pilots:

a) Certificate of Enrollment, June 1942 for Oliver D. Jackson

b) Certificate of Enrollment, December 30, 1942 for Oliver D. Jackson

c) Disenrollment, Temporary Member United States Coast Guard Reserve

d) Certificate of Disenrollment as a Temporary Member of United States Coast Guard
Reserve, November 30, 1945, Oliver D. Jackson

e) Disenrollment as a Temporary Member of United States Coast Guard Reserve, November
30, 1945, Oliver D. Jackson

f) License to U. S. Merchant Marine Office, Oliver D. Jackson, February 19, 1963

g) Tariff, New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilotage to and from all Intermediate Points, n.d.

h) Tariff, New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilotage to and from all Intermediate Points, ACT
146, July 1956

i) Newspaper Clipping: “Writing End of Pilot’s 62-Year Log [Charles Murray Jackson],”
New Orleans Item, December 22, 1947

j) Statement of sale dated August 26, 1936, purchase of insurance policy by Mr. and
Mrs. O. D. Jackson and Miss Rosalie Kirn (original and xerox copies)

k) House Bill No. 251-About pilotage fees


l) Letter to Capt. O. D. Jackson from A. C. Steinmuller dated July 19, 1955 about
Captain Ricca starting his apprenticeship August 1, 1955

m) History and Scope of Operations of The New Orleans-Baton Rouge Steamship Pilots

n) Memo from New Orleans Steamship Association dated January 8, 1947 about Upper River

o) Operational Cost by records from New Orleans-Baton Rouge Steamship Pilots Association
for 11 pilots dated May 1954; Operational Cost by records from New Orleans-Baton Rouge
Steamship Pilots Association for 14 pilots dated May 1956; Proposal to illustrate
minimum increase in operational cost and four additional pilots

p) Facts and Figures Concerning The Working Conditions of a Baton Rouge Steamship
Pilot (3-page legal-size paper)

q) Early Pilot Business, October 1, 1921

r) Early Pilot Business, September 12, 1928

s) Reduction of Rates, November 15, 1931

t) Request for the Rate Restoration, November 25, 1931

u) Loss in fire on Northwestern, 1920

v) Mate on Harry Farnum, 1921

w) Discharge from Alvarado, 1926

x) Coyle Bonus, December 24, 1928

y) Application to Crescent Port Pilots, 1928

z) Coyle Bonus, December 24, 1929

aa) Coyle Bonus, December 24, 1930

bb) Move to Standard Oil, July 8, 1937

cc) Check Receipts, 1928 and 1929 Bonus

dd) Check Receipt, 1930 Bonus

ee) Grand Lake, Arkansas Experience, December 31, 1937

ff) Letter regarding Eric Jackson, September 24, 1938

gg) Recommendation of Charles A. Vogt

hh) Application to the New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots, November 17, 1938

ii) Note for $600 borrowed from DeBardeleben to enter pilots, January 2, 1939

jj) Old copy of the original 1943 New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots Charter

kk) Mimeographed copy of the 1943 Charter

ll) 1943 Statement of Funds from New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots

mm) American Pilots Association Correspondence, 1946

nn) Correspondence of pilots for World War II, February 18, 1946

oo) Delano letter on pilots in World War II, February 21, 1946

pp) Honors accorded Pilots after, December 8, 1950

qq) Promotion to Coast Guard Commander, November 16, 1945

rr) Certificate of Satisfactory Service, U. S. Coast Guard Reserve during World War
II, November 13, 1945, Lt. Commander Oliver D. Jackson

ss) Claim for Refund of Taxes Paid, 1946


tt) Financial Status of New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots, 1952, 1953, and 1954

uu) Act to set up the Board of Commissioners of the New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots
(Carbon copy)

vv) New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots’ Rates per Foot

ww) Amended Charter of New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots for 1945 and 1954

xx) By-Laws of the American Pilots’ Association, 1962

yy) Correspondence on Tugs in Baton Rouge, August 10, 1956

zz) Lennox letter on his actions, August 22, 1956

aaa) Joe Lennox Resignation, April 17, 1956

bbb) Service on Committee of Propeller Club, August 4, 1954

ccc) Pilot Applications, 1945

ddd) Disciplinary Action and Resignation of J. H. Brown, February 12, 1927

eee) Correspondence on Tugs in Baton Rouge, May 10, 1956

fff) Resolution to take in another pilot, November 13, 1938

ggg) Marine Department Information, October 31, 1938 

3. Letters and Documents about Steamship Pilots:

a) Correspondence on Tugs in Baton Rouge, July 30, 1956

b) American Pilots’ Association 35th Convention, November 6, 1950

c) Case of Peter Fitzgerald to Regain Status in New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots, 1961

d) Pilotage Rates at United States Ports, August 1, 1957

e) Letter from O. D. Jackson to U. S. Coast Guard Hearing Board about an accident
with a tugboat, June 18, 1945

f) Letter from U. S. Coast Guard to Oliver D. Jackson saying he was completely blameless
for the accident, October 30, 1945

g) Request by New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots for opinion of the State Attorney-General
on their case to change ships at Southport-the reply from the Attorney-General’s office,
February 21, 1957

h) Civil District Court, Esso Standard Oil VS. Crescent River Port Pilots and New
Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots

i) Supreme Court of Louisiana, Esso Standard Oil VS. Crescent River Port Pilots and
the New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots

j) List of Reasons for Changing at Carrollton Avenue

k) Act No. 137, 1960, regarding the Crescent Port Pilots

l) Statement from O. D. Jackson concerning his illness, July 21, 1958

m) O. D. Jackson’s letter stating his intention to retire by end of 1963, May 12,

n) Pilot Notice of May 16, 1963 in which Oliver D. Jackson’s retirement statement
is mentioned

o) Oliver D. Jackson’s Resignation from New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots effective January
31, 1964

p) Letter from Victor H. Schiro, Mayor of City of New Orleans, sending best wishes
on Oliver D. Jackson’s retirement, March 25, 1964

q) Newspaper clipping in which Oliver D. Jackson’s resignation is mentioned


r) “Former Ship Pilot Plans River Tour,” States-Item, 1964

s) “Retired Pilot’s Funeral Today, Capt. Chotin Worked 62 Years on River,” unidentified
newspaper, n. d.

t) Exhibit at the Crescent River Port Pilot’s Association office in Bell Chase, November
5, 1987

u) “Reunion on the Natchez [Evans J. Foret and Samuel J. Centanni, Natchez steamboat
capt.,” West Bank Guide, September 1, 1976

v) “Heirs File Suit Over Oil Land,” unidentified newspaper, n. d.

w) “Is the New Orleans Steamship Assn. Using Selective Bargaining?”

x) “A Public Message to the New Orleans Steamship Assn.,” August 20, 1962

y) Notice that Oliver D. Jackson’s insurance will be covered by New Orleans-Baton
Rouge Pilots

z) Acceptance of Oliver D. Jackson’s resignation by President of association, Capt.
S. K. Sprada, January 31, 1964

aa) Dr. W. Wayne Lake’s diagnosis of Oliver D. Jackson’s allergies and his recommendations
for treatment

bb) Change in pilots fees in Act of Legislature, No. 67, July 16, 1960

cc) Act of Legislature pertaining to Bar Pilots, 1960

dd) Upper Right: 1959 Charter and Roster of New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots; Center
Right: U. S. Merchant Mariner’s Card issued to Oliver D. Jackson by the Coast Guard
in 1953; Lower Right: 1976 Charter and Roster of Members of New Orleans-Baton Rouge
Pilots; Lower Left: Photograph of Adolph Schwalb, Oliver D. Jackson, and Richard H.
Buras, Jr.

ee) Cards send to Oliver D. Jackson by Reuel Reichert

ff) Roster of New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots

gg) Roster of New Orleans-Baton Rouge Pilots

hh) Letter Oliver D. Jackson wrote to pilots who did not bother to vote, December
14, 1980 for his pension raise, December 14, 1980

ii) Notice that Equitable Insurance Company took up insurance coverage because Masters,
Mates & Pilots canceled as of May 30, 1980, June 27, 1980

4. Flag for Charter Member New Orleans-Baton Rouge Steamship Pilots Association

5. Notes of Oliver Daniel Jackson About Pilots, Book #8

6. Documents about Houses and Property the Jacksons owned

a) Legal Documents connected to property in Abita Springs belonging to Oneida Drouant
Jackson’s family, 1913

b) Legal Documents bequeathing a lot in Abita Springs to Oneida Drouant, May 10, 1920

c) Legal Documents connected to the purchase of the Venus Street Property, June 11,
19, July 8, and October 9, 1925

d) Legal Document connected to the purchase of property in Gentilly Gardens, July
3, 1929

e) Sale of Venus Street House, August 4, 1938

f) Purchase of Plank Road Acreage, Map dated July 27, 1938

g) Correction of Title for Plank Road Property, August 19, 1938


h) Sale of the Plank Road Property, October 29, 1940

i) Sale of the Plank Road Property, November 1, 1940

j) Purchase of Marigny Street House, June 16, 1941

k) Purchase of Pauger Street House, January 20, 1950

l) Specifications on work done to Pauger Street House, 1951

m) Cancellation of Mortgage on the Pauger Street House, March 14, 1961

n) Purchase of Paris Avenue House, June 27, 1957

o) Sale of Parish Avenue House to Caldwells, September 21, 1966

p) Letter about Sale of Parish Avenue House to Caldwells, September 22, 1966

q) Floor plan for house on 1411 University Drive, Hammond, Louisiana

7. Succession of Sebastian Burat, 1833 (xerox copy)

8. Succession of Marguerite Frederic, 1812 (xerox copy)

9. Succession of Mary Armstrong Boyce, Plaquemines Parish, 1847

10. Sale of Undivided Half of Landed Property by Peter Loar to Mrs. Elisa Bryde, wife
of John Loar, March 30, 1847 (Legal Papers)

11. Sale of Land by Thomas Loar and wife Mary Boyce Loar and a Minor G. W. Boyce,
June 16, 1855 (Legal Papers)

12. John “Logue” of Virginia (Legal Papers)


BOX 14


1. Notes from Books, Newspapers, etc.

2. Notes from Books, Newspapers, etc.

3. Records xeroxed from Books

4. Courthouse Records Notes

5. Census Records

6. Census, Plaquemines Parish, 1850

7. Births, Baptisms, and Marriages Notes

8. Obituaries

9. Pedigree Charts

10. Where the River Runs Deep: Oral History and Personal Recollections, by Joy Jackson

12. Family History of Oliver D. Jackson, written by O. D. Jackson and Alvaretta Nicholson

13. Andrew Jackson of Plaquemines Parish, by Joy Jackson

14. Genealogical Correspondence

14. Genealogical Correspondence


BOX 15


1. Original Manuscript of Where the River Runs Deep

2. First Versions of Chapter One and Two of Where the River Runs Deep

3. Readers’ Critiques of Where the River Runs Deep

4. Letters Requesting Permission to Publish

5. Correspondence about Where the River Runs Deep (mostly from Gerry Anders, the editor)

6. Responses from Dr. Jackson to Edited Manuscript

7. Reviews of Where the River Runs Deep


BOX 16


1. Thesis: Municipal Progress in New Orleans, 1880-1884: The Administrations of Shakspeare
and Behan, by Dr. Joy Jackson (carbon copy)

2. Thesis: Municipal Progress in New Orleans, 1880-1884: The Administrations of Shakspeare
and Behan, by Dr. Joy Jackson (bound copy)

3. Revised Manuscript of New Orleans in the Gilded Age

4. Reviews of New Orleans in the Gilded Age


BOX 17 -Prohibition Material


1. The Bureau of Prohibition, Its History, Activities, and Organization, pp. 1-153 (xerox copy)

2. New Orleans and Nation-Wide Prohibition As Reflected in the Times-Picayune, 1918-20,
A Thesis by Robert Hartsell Russell, Jun 1956 (xerox copy)

3. Delivering Demon Rum: Prohibition Era Rumrunning in the Gulf of Mexico, by Randy
Sanders (Southeastern Professor)

4. Typewritten Manuscript of Story on Mr. Claude E. Blancq, Sr., retired former deputy
Collector in Charge of the Customs Marine Division at New Orleans, Louisiana, n. d.

5. Material on Smuggling at Sea:Rum Row, by Robert Carse, 1959-

a) I’m Alone Incident

b) Court Decisions on Smuggling

c) Booze preferred

d) Chapter IX, In Southern Waters, Rum War at Sea, 1964, by Malcolm F. Willoughby, pp. 117-130 (xerox copy)

6. Handwritten Notes about Prohibition that Dr. Joy Jackson Collected for an Article

7. Handwritten Notes about Prohibition that Dr. Joy Jackson Collected for an Article

8. Miscellaneous Items about Prohibition that Dr. Joy Jackson Collected for an Article

a) Two letters from Irene Morris about Lake Holland dated January 23, 1978

b) Two newspaper articles about Lake Holland, St. Helena Echo, July 1958 and January 10, 1968

c) Poem by Lake Holland?

d) Unpublished comments on Patrick Needham’s service as a prohibition agent, probably
written in 1927 (3-page typewritten paper)

e) “Patrick Needham, Conspiracy Maker,” by H. E. Turner (5-page typewritten paper)

f) Legal Paper dated August 1928 about Patrick M. Needham being an undercover agent
with the Prohibition Enforcement Officer at New Orleans (5 pages)

g) Twenty-one Letters about Prohibition from the Louisiana State Archives and Records



BOX 18


1. Chapter VI, “Surrender of City of New Orleans,” Confederate Military History, by John Dimitry, 1988, pp. 49-61 (xerox copy)

2. The Long Ordeal: Army Generals and Reconstruction in Louisiana, 1862-1877, Chapters
I-V, A Dissertation by Joseph Green Dawson, III, May 1978, pp. 1-135 (xerox copy)

3. Civilian Life in Occupied New Orleans, 1862-65, A Dissertation by Elisabeth Joan
Doyle, June 1965, pp. 123-143, 312-322 (xerox copy)

4. “The Butler Regime in Louisiana,” by Thomas Ewing Dabney, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 2, April 1944, pp. 487-526 (xerox copy)

5. “The Free Market of New Orleans, 1861-1862,” by Mary Elizabeth Massey, Louisiana History, Vol. XXVIII, No. 4, Fall 1987, pp. 202-220 (xerox copy)

6. Recollections of a Rebel Reefer, pp. 51-59, 70-78 (xerox copy)

7. “The Fall of New Orleans, April 18 to May 1, 1862,” by Major-General Mansfield
Lovell, The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War, 1895 (xerox copy)

8. “New Orleans Under General Butler,” by Howard Palmer Johnson, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXIV, April 1941, pp. 434-537 (xerox copy); Two sketches from Butler’s Book. p. 416 and p. 511

9. War of the Rebellion Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies (xerox copies of pages about General Butler in New Orleans)

10. Sources for Article on Gen. Butler in New Orleans:

a) List of newspaper articles in the Daily Picayune, 1862

b) List of newspaper articles in the Daily True Delta, 1862

c) Second District Police Log Book of Arrests, March 21, 1862 to June 30, 1864 (in
the Archives of the New Orleans Public Library, Main Branch, New Orleans)

d) “Letters from Denison to Chase,” American Historical Association, pp. 320-327 (xerox copy)

11. Keeping Law and Order in New Orleans Under General Butler, 1862 (3 versions)

12. James Bryce, by H. A. L. Fisher, Vol. I, Chapter XIII, “The American Commonwealth,” pp. 222-242;
Vol. II, “Modern Democracies,” pp. 264-275; “Chronological Table,” pp. 313-324

13. American Democracy and The World War, Pre-War Years, 1913-1917, by Frederick L. Paxson, Chapter X, pp. 163-179 (xerox copy)

14. Biography of James Bryce, Dictionary of National Biography, by E. I. Carlyle, pp. 127-135 (xerox copy)

15. Essays on Reform

a) “Political Character of the Working Class,” pp. 28-31

b) Chapter IX, Their Experience of the American commonwealth, by Goldwin Smith, pp.

c) Chapter X, “The Historical Aspect of Democracy,” by James Bryce, pp. 239-262 (continued
in next booklet) (xerox copy)

16. Essays on Reform

a) Chapter X Continued, “The Historical Aspect of Democracy,” by James Bryce, pp.

b) Chapter XI, Opportunities and Shortcomings of Government in England, by A. O. Rutson,
pp. 279-308 (xerox copy)


17. Speech, M. LE Vte James Bryce, by M. G. Lacour-Gayet, pp. 3-8 (xerox copy)

18. Democracy and the Organization of Political Parties, by M. I. Ostrogorski, Vol. I, Preface, by James Bryce, pp.

19. Materials on Bryce Research:

a) Purchase requisitions

b) Correspondence

c) Memos

d) Reports


BOX 19


1. John Fitzgerald and Political Continuity, 1896-1899, by Edward F. Haas

2. Kate Gordon, Suffragist: The Louisiana Phase, by B. H. Gilley

3. Progressive Against Democracy: Electoral Reform in Louisiana, 1894-1921

4. The New Orleans Machine and Progressivism, by Matthew J. Schott

5. The Howard Association of New Orleans, 1837-1878, by Dr. Peggy Hildreth

6. Alida’s Story, by Anita (Alida Witte) (This was given to John Kemp by Marjorie
Morrison and he passed it to Dr. Jackson)

7. Presbytere Guide Program Administered by Junior League of New Orleans sponsored
by The Friends of the Cabildo in cooperation with The Louisiana State Museum

8. A Check and Finding List of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century American Periodicals
in the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University
, Compiled by Robert Webb Williams, Jr., Parts 1 and 2

9. Library Information:

a) Library Materials Available for Research from The Center for Research Libraries,
Chicago, Illinois

b) Microforms and Newspapers Department, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

c) Library Guide, Genealogy, Fall 1988, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

d) Library Guide, Tulane University

e) A Brief Guide to the Louisiana Collection, Special Collections Division, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University,

f) Map of Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

g) Map of Tulane Parking

h) Out-of-Print Books Author Guide, 1988-1989 (Microfiche)

i) University of New Orleans, Women’s Center and Minor in Women’s Studies

j) U. S. Naval Sources in The Washington Area and Suggested Research Subjects, August 1964

10. Newspaper Clippings (Miscellaneous):

a) “Problems Facing Southern Cities Examined, Biggest Headache is Lack of Funds,”
Times-Picayune, March 26, 1967

b) “Streetcar Historian Needs Help on Old Railroad to Lake,” Pie Dufour’s A La Mode,
March 15, 1961

c) “Ghosts of the Longs Still Haunt Winnfield,” Politics on the Road, by Clancy DuBos,
One in a Series, Times-Picayune, August 20, 1979

d) “Tallulah Case Study in Racial Voting,” Politics on the Road, by Clancy DuBos,
Third in a Series, Times-Picayune, n. d.

e) “In Voting and Culture, It’s `Shreveport, Texas,’” Politics on the Road, by Clancy
DuBos, Fourth in a Series, Times-Picayune, August 19, 1979

11. 1983 Festival of American Folklife, Smithsonian Institution National Park Service, June 23-27, June 30-July 4; The American Folklore Society Newsletter, Vol. 12, No. 2, April 1983 (This issue has a photograph from the Piney Woods People

12. Esso Book of Presidents and Election Facts, 1964

13. The Southern Review, Original Series, 1935-1942, A Commemoration, 1980


14. “The Sting, Treating Poaching as a Crime,” by Marc Reisner, The Amicus Journal (A story about two Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Agents)

15. “Putting Up the Christmas Lights, Louisiana-style [bonfires on the levee],” by
Mary Ann Sternberg, Smithsonian, Vol. 20, Number 9, December 1989

16. The British Economy, Prepared for British Information Services, August 1968

17. Booklets About India:

a) “Abridged Life Tables for Rural India, 1957-1958,” by Ajoy Kumar De and Ranjan
Kumar Som, Reprinted from The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, Vol. XLII, No. 2, Part 1, April 1964

b) “The Development of India’s Policy of Population Control,” by T. J. Samuel, Reprinted
from The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, Vol. XLIV, No. 1, Part 1, January 1966

18. Papers about Towns in England:

a) Borough and Town, A Study of Urban Origins in England, by Carl Stephenson, 1933, pp. 15-21, 43-46, 137, 205-214 (xerox copy)

b) Urban Development in Western Europe: The Netherlands and Great Britain, Vol. VI, by E. A. Gutkind, pp. 149, 168, 169, 492-504 (xerox copy)

c) London, 800-1216: The Shaping of a City, by Christopher Brook, assisted by Gilliam Keir, 1975, Chapter 3, Early Medieval
Towns and the Urban Renaissance, pp. 57-82 (xerox copy)

d) The Making of the English Landscape, by W. G. Hoskins, 1956, pp. 61-85, 88-107 (xerox copy)

e) Unidentified Publication, “Chester,” pp. 123-143 (xerox copy)

f) English Styles of Architecture in the Middle Ages

g) England and the Founding of the Colonies, History 151 Outline 1

19. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, A Conjectural Cut-Out Model


BOX 20


1. New Orleans article in 15th edition of Encyclopedia Britannica, 1974 (4 copies); Also includes correspondence and working notes

2. Articles Written for Louisiana History: (3 copies of each)

a) Bosses and Businessmen in Gilded Age New Orleans, Vol. V, Fall 1964

b) Crime and the Conscience of a City, Vol. IX, Summer 1968

c) Prohibition in New Orleans: The Unlikeliest Crusade, Vol. XIX, No. 3, Summer 1978

d) Keeping Law and Order in New Orleans Under General Butler, 1862, Vol. XXXIV, No.
1, Winter 1993

e) Report of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Historical Association

3. Articles Written for:

a) The Encyclopedia of Southern History: New Orleans and Mississippi River

b) The Encyclopedia of Southern Culture: New Orleans Times-Picayune

c) Biographical Dictionary of American Mayors, 1820-1980, Big City Mayors: Glendy Burke; Joseph Adolphus Rozier; Samuel Miller Quincy

d) The Louisiana Governors From Iberville to Edwards: Samuel Douglas McEnery; Murphy James Foster

4. Articles Written for:

a) A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography, Vol. I, A to M: Elizabeth Bisland; Jean-Baptiste-Claude Bobe-Descloseaux; Samuel Douglas McEnery;
Benjamin Mann Morrison

b) A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography, Vol. II, N to Z and Index: Eliza Jane Poitevent Holbrook Nicholson; Frederick W. Reimers; Joseph Adolphus Rozier;
Samuel Miller Quincy; Wendall Holmes Stephenson; James Alvin Stire

5. Articles Written for:

a) Folklife in the Florida Parishes: The Piney Woods-Tangipahoa, St. Helena, and Washington Parish

b) American National Biography: Martin Behrman

c) Dictionary of American History: Louisiana; New Orleans

6. Articles Written for:

a) Readings in Louisiana History: The Image of Romantic Old New Orleans, pp. 306-311

b) Gulf Coast Historical Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, Fall 1994: The Port of New Orleans in the Gilded Age

c) The Deep Delta, Vol. II, No. 8, November 1984: Gibson’s Directory, 1838, New Orleans, Louisiana;
Vol. IV, No. 12, November 1985: Andrew Jackson of Plaquemines Parish

d) The Tulanian, Vol. 28, No. 4, April 1955: Dream Hospital

e) The Piney woods People Poster: A Brief History of the Lumber Frontier in Southeastern

f) Times-Picayune Dixie Roto Magazine: Walt Whitman and the Louisiana Live Oak; A Thirteen-Year-Old Boy Was Flower Painter
for Audubon; When All Saints’ Day Saw the Fashion Parade; When Claiborne Came to New
Orleans (And many more)

7. Book Reviews Dr. Jackson wrote



BOX 21


1. Correspondence about Articles and Book Reviews that Dr. Jackson wrote

2. The Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1902-1921, by Joy Jackson (2 copies)

3. Anglo-Dutch Rivalry and the Navigation Act of 1651, by Joy Jackson

4. Foreign Influences Upon Drama and Music in Antebellum New Orleans, by Joy Jackson
(3 versions); Survey of the Influences of Foreign Groups in New Orleans Upon Nineteenth
Century Music and Drama, by Joy Jackson

5. The Education of Southern Plantation Women and its Relation to Their Status in
Society, by Joy Juanita Jackson

6. History of South Pass, by Joy Jackson

7. History of the Student Government Association at Southeastern Louisiana University

8. Joseph Galloway article and material used to write the article:

a) Joseph Galloway: The Background to His Loyalist Views and His Plan for an Imperial
Government, by Joy Jackson

b) Joseph Galloway, The Loyalist Politician, pp. 58-61, 72, 73, 110-113 (xerox copy)

c) Joseph Galloway, Loyalist, pp. 104-121 (xerox copy)

d) Chapter III, Civil Government or Civil War? Anglo-American Union: Joseph Galloway’s Plans to Preserve the British Empire, 1774-1788, by Julian P. Boyd, 1941, pp. 28 -39 (xerox copy)

e) Letters of Members of the Continental Congress, E. C. Burnett, Ed., 1921-1927, pp. 51-59 (xerox copy)

f) Journal of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789, 1904, by W. C. Ford, Ed., pp. 43-51 (xerox copy)

g) The American Tory, by W. H. Nelson, 1961, pp. 46-63 (xerox copy)

9. Chester and Its Mystery Plays in the Late Middle Ages, by Joy Jackson

10. Speeches Given by Dr. Joy Jackson:

a) “Woman’s Suffrage in England”

a) “Music in the Civil War”

c) “New Orleans in the Civil War”

d) “New Orleans Mardi Gras”

e) “Persons of Color in New Orleans and Dueling”

f) “Introduction and Union Finance”

g) “Thoughts on Thomas Jefferson and the Pursuit of Happiness”

h) “Lincoln and the Odyssey of a Family”

i) “The American Family and the Economy”

j) “History of the Florida Parishes”

k) Speech made on the SLU campus in 1980 before a teachers’ organization

l) Speech given at Florida Parishes Folklife Conference, March 5, 1983

m) “The Great Philadelphia Wagon Train Road,” Daughters of the American Revolution,
Elizabeth Davidson home, Spring 1990

n) “The Background and History of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hammond,” Thomas Jefferson
Butler Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Murphy’s Restaurant, Hammond,
Louisiana, January 19, 1991


o) “Critique of Women Pioneers of Two Centuries,” Louisiana Historical Association
meeting, Natchitoches, March 26, 1993

p) “Women in Occupied New Orleans in 1862,” United Daughters of the Confederacy, Hammond,
Louisiana, September 4, 1993

q) “The Port of New Orleans in the Gilded Age,” Gulf Coast Historical Conference,
Mobile, Alabama, October 9, 1993

r) Commentary on Where the River Runs Deep, Reception and Book Signing, Hammond Cultural Foundation, December 2, 1993

s) “A Brief History of Southeastern Louisiana University,” Town and Country Garden
Club’s Arbor Day program to present a Tinsley camellia and park benches to SLU, January
19, 1994

t) “Women’s Views of the Civil War: Diaries and Journals Kept by Louisiana Women,”
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Hammond, September 10, 1994

u) “Governors of Louisiana,” Old State Capitol Opening in Baton Rouge, April 30, 1994

v) “Tribute to William L. “Buddy” Billups,” Arbor Day, Hammond Developmental Center,
January 20, 1995

w) “Harvesting the Grapes of Wrath: Great Britain and the End of world War II,” for
series on the 50th Anniversary of end of World War II, March 6, 1995

x) “Records in the SLU Archives”

y) “Resources for Family Research at the SLU Archives”

z) “New Orleans Sources for Settlers in Southeast Louisiana”

aa) “Southeastern Louisiana University Archives and Center for Regional Studies”

bb) “Management of Oral History Collection in an Archives”

cc) Piney Woods People

dd) Speech given before Board of Trustees on behalf of Dr. J. Larry Crain nominating
him for president of Southeastern Louisiana University


BOX 22


1. Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in History:

a) Everyman His Own Historian, by Paul Becker, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. XXXVII, No. 2, January 1932

b) The Age of Reinterpretation, by C. Vann Woodward, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. LXVI, No. 1, October 1960

c) Beyond Consensus: The Historian as Moral Critic, by John Higham, Reprinted from
The American Historical Review, Vol. LXVII, No. 3, April 1962

d) Written History as an Act of Faith, by Charles A. Beard, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. XXXIX, No. 2, January 1934

e) A Re-Examination of Jeffersonian Economics, by William D. Grampp, Reprinted from
The Southern Economic Journal, Vol. XII, No. 3, January 1946

f) Jackson, Biddle, and the Bank of the United States, by Bray Hammond, Reprinted
from The Journal of Economic History, Vol. VII, No. 1, May 1947

g) The Social Sciences and the Problem of Historical Synthesis, by Thomas C. Cochran,
Reprinted from The Social Sciences in Historical Study, Social Science Research Council, Bulletin 64, 1954

h) Intellectual History and its Problems, by Franklin L. Baumer, Reprinted from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXI, No. 3, September 1949

2. Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in European History:

a) Humanist Views of the Renaissance, by Wallace K. Ferguson, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. XLV, No. 1, October 1939

b) The Origin and Significance of Feudalism, by Carl Stephenson, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. XLVI, No. 4, July 1941

c) Urban’s Crusade-Success of Failure, by a. C. Krey, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. LIII, No. 2, January 1948

d) The Rise of Serfdom in Eastern Europe, by Jerome Blum, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. LXII, No. 4, July 1957

e) The Crisis of Western Monasticism, 1050-1130, by Norman F. Cantor, Reprinted from
The American Historical Review, Vol. LXVI, No. 1, October 1960

f) Interpretations of the Reformation, by Roland H. Bainton, Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. LXVI, No. 1, October 1960

g) The Norman Conquest and the Genesis of English Feudalism, by C. Warren Hollister,
Reprinted from The American Historical Review, Vol. LXVI, No. 3, April 1961

h) The Coming of the Greens, by Carl W. Blegen, Reprinted from American Journal of Archeology, Second Series, Vol. XXXII, No. 2, 1928

i) The Eve of Magna Carta, by C. R. Cheney, Reprinted from Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Vol. 38, No. 2, March 1956

j) The Parliaments of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period, by Robert Howard
Lord, Reprinted from The Catholic Historical Review, Vol. XVI, No. 2, July 1930

k) The Social Basis of the German Reformation, by Hajo Holborn, Reprinted from Church History, Vol. V, 1936

l) Why the Reformation Occurred in Germany, by Gerhard Ritter, Reprinted from Church History, Vol. XXVII, 1958


m) Social Forces in the German Reformation, by Harold J. Grimm, Reprinted from Church History, Vol. XXXI, 1962

n) The Historical Peculiarities of the Social and Economic Development of Russia,
by Boris Brutzkus, Reprinted from Class, Status and Power, 1953

o) Storm Over the Gentry, The Tawney-Trevor-Roper Controversy, by J. H. Hexter, Reprinted
from Encounter, Vol. X, No. 5, May 1958

p) English Party Politics (1688-1714), by Robert Walcott, Jr., Reprinted from Essays in Modern English History Presented to Wilbur Cortex Abbott, 1941

q) The Myth of the French Revolution of 1830, by David H. Pinkney, Reprinted from
A Festschrift for Frederick B. Artz, 1964

r) A Critique of Imperialism, by William L. Langer, Reprinted from Foreign Affairs, Vol. 14, No. 1, October 1935

3. Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in European History:

a) The Evolution of Augustus Principate, by E. T. Salmon, Reprinted from Historia, Vol. 5, 1956

b) Abhandlungen, the Popularity of the Athenian Empire, by Donald W. Bradeen, Reprinted
from Historia, Band IX, Heft 3, Juli 1960

c) Chartism Reconsidered, by Asa Briggs, Reprinted from Historical Studies, No. 2, 1959

d) The Historian’s Purpose, History and Metahistory, by Alan Bullock, Reprinted from
History Today, Vol. VII, 1951

e) The Nature and Origins of National Socialism, by Andrew G. Whiteside, Reprinted
from Journal of Central European Affairs, Vol. XVII, No. 1, April 1957

f) Imperial Germany’s Tragic Era, 1888-1918: Threshold to Democracy or Foreground
of Nazism?, by John L. Snell, Reprinted from Journal of Central European Affairs, Vol. XVIII, No. 4, January 1959

g) Reinterpreting Modern German History: The Weimar Republic, by Eric C. Kollman,
Reprinted from Journal of Central European Affairs, Vol. XXI, No. 4, January 1962

h) The Causes of Greek Decline, by F. W. Walbank, Reprinted from The Journal of Hellenic Studies, Vol. LXIV, 1944

i) Causation and its Application to History, by Morris R. Cohen, Reprinted from The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. III, 1942

j) Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola, A Study in the History of Renaissance Ideas (Part
I), by Ernst Cassirer, Reprinted from The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. III, No. 2, April 1942

k) The Cult of Rousseau and the French Revolution, by Gordon H. McNeil, Reprinted
from The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. VI, 1945

l) The Influence of Eighteenth Century Ideas on the French Revolution, by Henri Peyre,
Reprinted from The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. X, 1949

m) Bismarck’s Realpolitik, by Hajo Holborn, Reprinted from The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. XXI, No. 1, January-March 1960

n) Renaissance Humanism: The Pursuit of Eloquence, by Hanna H. Gray, Reprinted from
The Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. XXIV, No. 3, October-December 1963


o) 1848-One Hundred Years After, by Hans Rothfels, Reprinted from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XX, No. 4, December 1948

p) Great Britain and the Fall of France, A Study in Allied Disunity, by John C. Cairns,
Reprinted from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXVII, No. 4, December 1955

q) Arms and the British Diplomat in the French Revolutionary Era, by Richard Glover,
Reprinted from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXIX, No. 3, 1957

r) Economic Growth and Stagnation in France, 1815-1914, by Rondo E. Cameron, Reprinted
from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXX, No. 1, March 1958

s) Metternich: Reappraisal of his Impact on International Relations, by Robert A.
Kann, Reprinted from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXXII, No. 4, December 1960

t) The Coupon and the British General Election of 1918, by Trevor Wilson, Reprinted
from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXXVI, No. 1, March 1964

4. Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in European History:

a) Russia’s Byzantine Heritage, by Dmitri Obolensky, Reprinted from Oxford Slavonic Papers, Vol. 1, 1950

b) The Legend of the Seventeenth Century in French History, B. F. Porshnev, Reprinted
from Past & Present, Number 8, November 1955

c) Galileo’s Philosophy of Science, by Leonardo Olschki, Reprinted from The Philosophical Review, Vol. LII, No. 4, July 1943

d) Religious Attitudes of the Ancient Greeks, by Arthur Darby Nock, Reprinted from
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 85, No. 5, September 30, 1942

e) The Enlightenment in the History of Political Theory, by Peter Gay, Reprinted from
Political Science Quarterly, Vol. LXIX, No. 3, September 1954

f) National Character and Urban Development, by Martin Meyerson, Reprinted from Public Policy, Vol. XII, 1963

g) Serfdom in Russia, by G. Vernadsky, Reprinted from Relazioni Del X Congresso Internazionale Di Scienze Storiche, Vol. III, September 1955

h) The Decline of the Crusading Idea, by S. Runciman, Reprinted from Relazioni Del X Congresso Internazionale Di Scienze Storiche, Vol. 3, 1955

i) Russian Marxism and its Populist Background: The Late Nineteenth Century, by Richard
Pipes, Reprinted from The Russian Review, Vol. XIX, No. 4, October 1960

j) Eli Heckscher and the Idea of Mercantilism, by D. C. Coleman, Reprinted from The Scandinavian Economic History Review, Vol. V, No. 1, 1957

k) The Problem of Old Russian Culture, by Georges Florovsky, Reprinted from Slavic Review, Vol. XXI, No. 1, March 1962

l) Russia and the West: A Comparison and Contrast, by Henry L. Roberts, Reprinted
from Slavic Review, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, March 1964

m) Franciscan Poverty and Civic Wealth as Factors in the Rise of Humanistic Thought,
by Hans Baron, Reprinted from Speculum, Vol. XIII, No. 1, January 1938

n) Technology and Invention in the Middle Ages, by Lynn White, Jr., Reprinted from
Speculum, Vol. XV, No. 2, April 1940


o) Art and the Commune in the Time of Dante, by Helene Wieruszowski, Reprinted from
Speculum, Vol. XIX, No. 1, January 1944

p) The Evolution of the Mediaeval English Franchise, by Helen M. Cam, Reprinted from
Speculum, Vol. XXXII, No. 3, July 1957

q) The Closing of the Mediaeval Frontier, 1250-1350, by Archibald R. Lewis, Reprinted
from Speculum, Vol. XXXIII, No. 4, October 1958

r) Bracton on Government, by Brian Tierney, Reprinted from Speculum, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2, April 1963

s) King Above Law? “Quod Principi Placuit” in Bracton, by Ewart Lewis, Reprinted from
Speculum, Vol. XXXIX, No. 2, April 1964, with a 1966 Addendum

5. Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in European History:

a) The French Renaissance Monarchy as Seen through the Estates General, by J. Russell
Major, Reprinted from Studies in the Renaissance, Vol. IX, 1962

b) Florence and the Despots Some Aspects of Florentine Diplomacy in the Fourteenth
Century, by N. Rubinstein, Reprinted from Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Fifth Series, Vol. II, 1952

c) The Victorian Gospel of Success, by J. F. C. Harrison, Reprinted from Victorian Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, December 1957

d) Versailles in Perspective, by Charles Seymour, Reprinted from The Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 19, No. 4, Autumn 1943

e) What Are Historical Facts?, by Carl L. Becker, Reprinted from The Western Political Quarterly, Vol. VIII, No. 3, September 1955

f) How Success Spoiled the Risorgimento, by Raymond Grew, Reprinted from The Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXXIV, No. 3, September 1962

Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in Social Sciences:

g) Ecology and Human Ecology, by Amos H. Hawley, Reprint by permission of Social Forces, Vol. 22, May 1944

6. A Writer’s Time, A Guide to the Creative Process, from Vision through Revision, by Kenneth Atchity, 1986

7. Scholarship Reconsidered, Priorities of the Professoriate, by Ernest L. Boyer, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1990
(Charles Elliott has this book)

Miscellaneous correspondence of Dr. Joy Jackson.



BOX 23 Personal Items


1. Early writings of Dr. Joy Jackson

2. McDonogh Chatter, Senior Edition, June 1946

3. High School Scrapbook of Dr. Joy Jackson

4. Autograph Books of Dr. Joy Jackson

5. “The School of Journalism,” LSU Alumni News, December 1948

6. Tulane Commencement Material, 1951 and 1961

a) Invitation to Commencement, June 5, 1951

b) Invitation to Commencement, June 5, 1951 (bound copy with list of candidates)

c) Calendar for Commencement Week, 1951

d) Program for Baccalaureate Service, McAlister Auditorium, June 3, 1951 (2 copies)

e) Program for Commencement, Gibson Hall Quadrangle, June 5, 1951

f) Program for Conferring of Degrees, McAlister Auditorium, August 26, 1961 (2 copies)

g) Tulane University History Department Newsletter, November 1971 (announcing death of Professor Bill Hogan)

h) The Tulanian, Summer 1951 (Article about Commencement and a photograph of Dr. Jackson receiving
her diploma)

i) The Tulanian, April 1964 (Article about Department of History)

j) List of Tulane Graduate School Alumni in History, n. d.

7. Report Cards from Elementary and High School and Transcripts from Tulane University

8. Correspondence about Dixie Roto Articles, 1951-1956

9. Dr. Jackson’s Letters of Appointment to Faculty of SLU, 1977-1995

10. Letters of Recommendation for Award for Excellence for Research, 1994-1995

11. Letters of Appreciation, Joy Jackson, 1947-1991

12. Awards, Dr. Joy Jackson, 1948-1995

13. Newspaper Clippings about Dr. Joy Jackson, 1955-1993

14. Personal Correspondence to Dr. Joy Jackson, 1948-1980

15. Anniversary Cards and Letters for O. D. and Oneida Jackson; Letter written to
Oneida Drouant, February 1, 1920 from Pat

16. Vitae of Dr. Joy Jackson

17. Student Opinion of Teaching Forms for Dr. Joy Jackson


BOX 24 -Miscellaneous


1. “Peace, Japan Surrenders,” New Orleans States Extra, August 14, 1945 (original)

2. Fifty Years, Baton Rouge Refinery, 1909-1959 (xerox copy)

3. New Orleans Accomplishment, Board of Levee Commissioners of the Orleans Levee District, ca. 1950

4. David Crockett Fire Company No. 1, color drawing by Glen P. Weber and biography
of Weber

5. San Francisco Plantation House, Hwy. 44, Reserve, LA (color photograph on a place

6. Articles xeroxed from the Daily Picayune for 1862

7. Articles xeroxed from the Daily Picayune for 1880, 1884, 1890, 1891, 1894, and 1911

8. Articles xeroxed from the Times-Picayune for 1927

9. Articles xeroxed from the Times-Picayune for 1942-March 6, 1956 (scattered issues)

10. Index to Newspaper Articles in Times-Picayune, 1942


BOX 25


1. Miscellaneous Material:

a) Quick Facts on Louisiana (brochure)

b) New Orleans (brochure)

c) Bayou Folk Museum, Cloutierville, LA, Restoration of the Kate Chopin Home (brochure)

d) The United States Civil War Center, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA (brochure)

e) Sudden Joy, A Moral Tale (short story)

f) Poster of 1849 advertising space available on a ship bound for California, The
Good Schooner, Civilian, commanded by Capt. Thomas Dodge

g) Cards describing Civil War subjects (3 History Cards-Battle of Gettysburg, Battle
of Fredericksburg, 54th Massachusetts Regiment)

h) Photograph of a family on a porch (3″ x 5″)

i) The Church Street Graveyard, by George Schroeter (brochure)

j) Program of Phi Kappa Phi, April 10, 1981

k) “Editorial: Humanism: A Vipers’ Nest,” Humanities in the South, Newsletter of the Southern Humanities Conference, Published by University of Houston-Downtown,
Number 58, Fall 1983

l) Index to Louisiana History, Vol. XV, No. 1, Winter 1974

m) Louisiana Women Writers: A Symposium, A Selected Bibliography, September 19-20,
1986 (booklet)

n) Louisiana Women Writers: A Symposium, Discovering Louisiana Women Writers: A Beginner’s
Guide to Sources, by Arther E. Carpenter, Archivist, Loyola University (7-page paper)

o) Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America (facsimile)

p) Poster about Benjamin Franklin with map on other side

q) Focus on Concordia Seminary, Saint Louis, Vol. 13, No. 1, Winter 1996

r) “Photographic Processes, A Glossary and a Chart for Recognition,” Museums Association
Information Sheet, IS No. 21, 1978

s) “Historian [C. J. Christ] gets below surface of tales about U-boats in Gulf,” Times-Picayune, July 4, 1987

t) “Getting Write With the World, Pens and paper and the philosophies of a Jungian
psychologist are helping people make sense of their life stores [about a nun, Dorothy
Daws],” Times-Picayune, September 22, 1992 (she was a friend of Dr. Joy Jackson’s)

u) Piney Woods People postcard invitation, 1982

v) Selected Bibliography for “King’s Daughters and Casket Girls: Female Emigrants
to Colonial Canada and Louisiana”

2. Newspaper Clippings:

a) “River ‘Whale’ Caught, Four-Ton Great Manta Hooked by Anchor of Merchant Ship,”
New Orleans Item, July 11, 1945

b) 46-Year Work on River Ends, Man’s Aim Now to See Head Waters [Capt. Oliver D. Jackson],
Times-Picayune, 1964

c) River Pilot Retires [Capt. Oliver D. Jackson], The Waterways Journal, April 4, 1964

d) Port Report: U. S. Ship Operations Reported Most Costly, 1963


e) Progress Report on the Building of the Superhighway for Ships [Intracoastal Water
and Inner Harbor Canal], January 25, 1959

f) Picture out of Our Past: Streetcars on Canal Street, Dixie, April 21, 1963

g) Court Upholds Tanker Blame, U. S. Appeals Circuit Affirms Findings, May 4, 1961

h) Port Director Describes New Locks, Reports on GBR Facility’s Progress, Morning Advocate, July 13, 1961

i) Upriver Pilots Plan New Moves, May 4, 1957, Capt. O. D. Jackson in photograph

j) 3 Groups Give Stand on River Span Pier, New Orleans Item, June 21, 1953

k) Meeting is Held by River Pilots, 1957

l) Veteran River Pilot Dies [Capt. James Guy Mallory], December 13, 1940

m) Decision Upholds Pilot Measures, Times-Picayune, April 1, 1947

n) Letter from A. C. Steinmuller, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey To All Interested
Parties, August 5, 1946

o) “Writing End of Pilot’s 62-Year Log [Charles Murray Jackson],” New Orleans Item, December 22, 1947

p) Three Missing in River Crash, n.d.

q) Russell Long Takes Himself a Bride, Sunday Item Tribute, June 4, 1939

r) Photographs of First Commission Council of the City’s History, meeting in 1912

s) 40 Easy Lessons and You Speechen Deutsch [Joy Jackson in photograph illustrating
use of instruments used in learning a foreign language]

t) Action Attacks 1908 Pilots Law, n. d.

u) Standard Tankers Make Run From Great Lakes to Gulf, march 17, 1944

v) Pilot Fee Hikes Gain Approval, June 15, 1950

w) Photographs of two ships [Adler and West Hematite]

x) Photographs of Olivia De Havilland, August 4, 1946

y) Photograph of Barbara Stanwyck, Dixie May 12, 1946

z) Photograph of Dwight D. Eisenhower, September 16, 1945

aa) Photograph of the Surrender, October 7, 1945

bb) Vote on Bond Issue is Given, 1963

cc) Change Sought on Port Pilots, Reorganization of Crescent River Group Aim, June
4, 1962

dd) Board Opposes Pilot Fee Bill, Would Hurt Port Business, Says Dock Body, 1962

ee) Vote of Senators is Listed on Civil Rights Measure, June 20, 1964

ff) Girl Receives Bravery Medal, Elaine Kieff is Cited by President, New Orleans States-Item, May 7, 1964

gg) Central Labor Council Backs river Port Pilots, A Resolution

hh) A Public Message to the Members of the Legislature

ii) Photographs of ships, Dixie, July 8, 1962

jj) Eight Scholarships to LSU Confirmed [Joy Jackson]

kk) Pilot’s License Appeal Denied

ll) Ask Tighter River Pilot Regulations, Times-Picayune, June 4, 1962

mm) 7 Pilots Bills Held Punitive, Times-Picayune, June 4, 1962


nn) Port Report: Pilot Fees Cut N. O. Advantages

oo) We don’t think the Crescent Pilots Know-and we are sure the Legislative supporters
don’t know-what SB 195 (HB 534) means in Dollar Cost Increase to World Trade!

pp) Upriver Pilots Plan New Moves, New Orleans States, May 4, 1957

qq) Foe of Pilots’ Hike Bill Storm Schiro’s Office, New Orleans States-Item, May 31, 1962

rr) Diesel Tugs not Covered by Law, Coast Guard Probes Rash of accidents

ss) Party Given for Capt. William J. Ryan

tt) St. Bernard Girl Cited, Teen Heroine is Excited by LBJ Award, New Orleans States-Item, March 30, 1964

uu) Fight for Canal, Alexander Urges, February 27, 1946

vv) Four Fast Tankers Receive New Names

ww) Officers of Lost Craft Tell about Crash in River, 1952

xx) 100 Participate in Event Dedicating New Pilottown

yy) Maritime Lore at N. O. Museum, Times-Picayune, October 20, 1971

zz) Judge Faults Both Ships in Sinking of White Alder, Times-Picayune, January 15, 1971

aaa) New Station Planned by River Pilots

bbb) “Gulf’s Fish Didn’t Have Chance When Cap’n Fred [Williams] Sought Them,” Pensacola News-Journal, February 8, 1959 (First Cousin to Capt. O. D. Jackson, my mother’s sister’s son)

ccc) Five New River Pilots Names, Appointments are made by Gov. Davis, December 28,

ddd) Pal Moran, Virgets Gave me Worst Whipping, January 24, 1959

eee) Will Unlocking the Port Put Lock on St. Bernard?, Dixie, April 23, 1972

fff) Picture Out of Our Past: Dredge Boat Dixie, Dixie, March 28, 1971

ggg) The Merry Madness of Mardi Gras, Dixie, February 21, 1971

hhh) Miss Wendy: Pilottown Schoolmarm, Dixie, April 18, 1971

3. Ledger for New Orleans-Baton Rouge Port Pilots, 1939-1943


BOX 26


a) Graduation gown for Tulane University

b) Pens from honor societies (6)

c) Key to the City of Alexandria

d) Straight Razors of O. D. Jackson (2)

e) Bachelor of Arts Diploma from Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans, June
15, 1951

f) Master of Arts Diploma from Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans, August
13, 1958

g) Doctor of Philosophy Diploma from Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans,
August 26,


h) Christening gown of one of Dr. Jackson’s relatives

Book: Emerald Beads: How to Enjoy Poetry, Meditations in Verse, by Samuel S. Mc Neely (Sent October 31, 2001 to Dr. Joy Jackson after he had read
her book Where the River Runs Deep).


BOX 27

Photographs taken by Dr. Joy Jackson for her camera club (large)


BOX 28

Plaques and Awards

a) Plaque awarded to Joy Jackson by Student Government Association for Outstanding
Service as Faculty Advisor, 1969-70

b) Plaque from the Faculty Guild, 1985

c) Plaque presented to Dr. Joy Jackson for Outstanding Contributions to the Preservation
of Local History by Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, 1986

d) Medallion given to Dr. Joy Jackson in 1966

e) Obelisk presented to Joy J. Jackson in 1993 as a fellow of Louisiana Historical


BOX 29 Class Rolls and Cassette Tapes

a) Class Rolls, 1960s-1990s

b) Letters of Recommendation for Students, 1967-1995

c) 14 Cassette Tapes of interviews with her father, Capt. Oliver D. Jackson that she
used to write Where the River Runs Deep

d) 14 Cassette Tapes of research she used to write New Orleans in the Gilded Age

e) Interview with Capt. Frank Furr and Capt. Siegfried Sprada, January 8, 1990

f) Interview with Patrick Needham, January 25, 1978 (2 tapes)


BOX 30 Reels

1. 5 blank Scotch Magnetic Tape – 7 inch reels

2. Brownie Starmite II camera

3. Case of filmstrips – Government in America

a) The President

b) The Congress

c) Federal Courts

d) Executive Dept. and Agencies

e) State Government

f) Local Government

g) Municipal Government

h) United Nations

i) National Parks: America’s Wonderlands (1)

j) National Parks: America’s Wonderlands (2)

k) The U.S. and the Soviet Union

l) The People of Russia

4. Filmstrips – Our Federal Government

a) the Constitution

b) The House of Representatives

c) The Senate

d) The Presidency

e) The Judicial Branch

f) You and Self-Government

5. Filmstrips – Foundations of Democracy in the U.S.

a) The Colonists are Freedom Loving

b) Colonial Freedoms are Threatened

c) Fighting Begins in the North

d) Independence is Declared

e) War in the Middle Colonies and the Northwest

f) War on the Sea and in the South

g) Writing the Constitution

6. Recording tape – 7 inch reel – man discussing generation gap

7. Recording tape – Charles I and Civil War; Cabal under Charles II

8. Recording tape – Chuck Spangler interview – SGA president, 1969-70 – interviewees: Roman Heleniak,
Joy Jackson, Donald Rhodes

9. Recording tape – Religious Chivalry

10. Recording tape – The Protectorate under Cromwell; Charles II reign – 1660-1667

11. Recording tape – Feudal Chivalry

12. Recording tape – interview with Mrs. Nancy Overmeier re: Loranger

13. Memorex reel – South America

14. 5 inch reel – interview with Louis William Golden, 104 yrs. old re: Killian, Louisiana

15. 5 inch reel – Guatemala City


Box 31 – Records (vinyl)

1. History of the States (15)

2. Dialogues of Democracy – Volume 1, 2, 3 (2 copies)

3. The American Revolution

4. The Crucifixion

5. Great Moments – Voices – Music of the 20th Century


Boxes 32 – 43 are records (vinyl)

Box 32 – Ancient Greece – The Age and its Art

Box 33 – The Middle Ages – The Age and its Art

Box 34 – Great Works of Art Explained

Box 35 – Religion of America Explained

Box 36 – The Constitution: A Living Document

Box 37 – The Great Depression: 1929 – 1939

Box 38 – The Age of Roosevelt

Box 39 – Anatomy of U.S. Political Parties

Box 40 – Political Conventions: Choosing the Candidates

Box 41 – The Industrial Revolution in America

Box 42 – Woodrow Wilson: Idealism and American Democracy

Box 43 – Nationalism


Box 44 – Historic Preservation News

– January 1991 – December 1992


Box 45 – History News

– January 1978 – December 1978

– February 1979, April 1979, May 1979, June 1979, July 1979, August 1979

– March 1980 – December 1980

– August 1981, September 1981, October, 1981, November 1981


Box 46 –

Southern Exposure (9 items)

– Winter 1979

– Summer 1980, Fall 1980 (2 copies), Winter 1980 (2 copies)

– Spring 1981, Summer 1981, Fall 1981

Heritage Quest (6 items)

– 1990 – Issue 29

– January/February 1991 – Issue 32

– January/February 1993 – Issue 43

– July/August 1993 – Issue 46

– November/December 1995 – Issue 60

– January/February 1996 – Issue 61


Box 47

1. Plymouth Cape Cod – Historic Vacationland

2. Legacy from the Past – A Portfolio of Eighty-Eight Original Williamsburg Buildings

3. British Isles: History and Culture by John T. Zubal, Inc.

4. Bartram Trail – National Scenic/Historic Trail Study – September 1980

5. Virginia under Charles I and Cromwell, 1625-1660 by Wilcomb E. Washburn

6. A Pocket Reference Guide to Army-Navy-Marine Corps. Insignia

7. Louisiana State University Press – Fall/Winter 1985

8. Louisiana State University Press – Spring/Summer 1986

9. Louisiana State University Press – 1986 Spring Sale

10. University of Georgia Press – Book Sale announcement

11. The Scholar’s Bookshelf – Combined University Press and Scholarly Imprint

12. Simple Parliamentary Procedure

13. AHA Newsletter – October 1979

14. American Historians: A Bicentennial Appraisal

15. List of Periodicals – ABC POL SCI America: History and Life and Historical Abstracts

16. Horizon – May 1963

17. Horizon – Autumn 1964

18. Horizon – Spring 1968

19. Horizon – Summer 1968


Box 48
1. L. Vial, Jr.
a.  6 photographs of a schooner hull built by Louis Vial, Sr. 1960s
        b.  handwritten note about pictures
2. Pierre Pelotte
        a. 9 sheets of photo negatives
        b.  22 photographs that correspond with the negatives
3. Atlas Tug
        a. 2 sheets of photo negatives of the tug
        b. 8×10 photo of the Atlas
4. Paul M. Habig
        a. 5 photos
        b. 3 xerox copies of photos
        c. 2 sheets of photo negatives

5. Tod Valois – Ferries and Toll Bridges
        a. Act of Association of the Lake Steam Navigation Company, March 2, 1850
        b. State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tammany document dated September 1823 concerning
            the toll bridges
        c. Letter to the Police Jury dated, 1823 concerning the rates of the toll bridge in
St.                           Tammany
        d.Letter to the Police Jury dated December 3, 1849 concerning the toll bridges
        e. Petition of J.B. Baham for a ferry franchise for 5 years, dated December 6, 1848
        f. Summer Session, 1865 Police Jury concerning establishing a toll bridge over Bayou
        g. Letter dated 1859 accepting the bridge over the Tchefuncte River
6. Steamboat pictures and photo negatives
        a. Letter dated 9/26/1984 to Mr. Randy Prim from Martin R. Hoffman concerning
                              information on field archeology
        b. Letter dated January 1994 to Donald from Barbara Stafford concerning pictures
of                      Gustav Andre von Schneidaw
        c. 2 photos on matted paper
        d. 5 sheets of negatives
        e. xerox copies of Morgan’s Engine, New Camelia, “Graveyard of the Gay Boats”
by: Diane             Farrell and photo of The Waterways Journal
        f.  7 xerox copies of pages for Recuei Planches Huitieme Volume
        g. xerox copy of Colyell Bay Ferry
        h. 8×10 photo of Golden Gate NRA – U.S. Department of the Interior, National
Park Service
        i. 8×10 photo of Pleasure Bay boat
        j. 8×10 photo of Eugene Robinson’s floating palace
        k. 8×10 photo of Peri steamboat
        l. 8×10 photo of men working on steamboat
        m. 26 5×7 photos including Daisy steamboat, Louisiana steamboat, U.S. Ruby
7. Allen Saltus
        a. 2 sheets of photo negatives
        b. 19 photographs of a hand carved rock with a face carved into it
        c. Letter to Allen Saltus from A.T. Chenault, III, January 9, 1994 concerning
pictures of the               Baham shipyard
        d. 2 – 8×10 of the U.S. Army y-23 and U.S. Army ST-702
8. Allen Saltus
        a. 8 sheets of photo negatives
        b.  4- 8×20 photographs of boats and men working on boats
        c. 40 – 5×7 photographs of various boats including Aunt Dinah, Lady Gump,
and Lugger’s              Landing in New Orleans
9. Hoo Shoo Too Club
        a. 3 -5×7 pictures of pleasure boats of the Hoo Shoo Too Club on the Amite
10. Where the River Runs Deep
        a. sheet of photo negatives
        b. 6 photographs of boats
11. Miscellaneous pictures and documents
        a. xerox copy of U.S. Mail Steamer “Dolphin”            
        b. handwritten note on the survey of the Tangipahoa River in 1871
        c. 2 -5×7 picture of The Perry
        d. 5×7 picture of Eunola
        e. 5×7 photo of Owl
        f. newspaper article “On the Susquehanna”
        g. 5×7 photo of U.S. Ruby
        h. 5×7 photo of New Camelia
        i. 8×10 photo of New Camelia
        j. 2- 5×7 photos man standing on pier as boat leaves and boat coming into
        k. 5×7 picture, 2 handwritten notes, and 3 xerox copies –one of Carrie Currens
        l. 2- 5×7 photos of the Louisiana
        m. 2- 5×7 photos of the U.S. Ruby
        n. 5×7 photo of the Eunola
        o. photo negative of the Eunola
        p. matted photo of S. Allen Lumber Co.
        q. 2 handwritten notes on boats, 5×7 photo, xerox copy of Susquehanna and
        r. 8×10 photo with description of small boat along the New Basin Canal in
New Orleans in                early 1900s
        s. 3- 5×7 photos of wrecks found in the Tchefuncte River at Fairview State
        t. 8×10 photo of team hauling lumber from the sawmill in early 1900s
        u. 8×10 photo of fisherman’s camp in the marshes of south Louisiana 1910-1940,
2 xerox              copies of camp