Microfilm and Microfiche

Archival Collections


Microfilm about Livingston Parish

Livingston Parish Police Jury Minutes: Minute
Books 1875-1897
(1 Reel)

Archives Notarial Acts of Livingston Parish,
Frederick F. Landry, Notary–Notarial Acts Nov. 16, 1892 to
December 26, 1900
(1 Reel)

Sp. Col. Film 267
-Dr. George Colmer’s Book F–List of Medical
Accounts (Livingston Parish-1850s) contains family information
(1 Reel–2 copies) Note: Archives has a
handwritten copy of medical records in Livingston Parish Collection
Box 1

Sp. Col. Film 167–Dr. George Colmer’s Diary C
(Livingston Parish)
(1 Reel–2 copies)


Archives has printed copy of Diary C in open stacks, Call
No. F/377.L6C6

5. Macedonia Baptist Church Minute Books (1869-1933)-1968
(Livingston Parish); Microfilm copy filmed from 12 items and 4
manuscript volumes in the Manuscript and Archival Collection of
the Department of Archives and Manuscripts at L.S.U. (1

Salem Baptist Church Minute Book (1901-1916)-1927
(Livingston Parish); Microfilm filmed from 1 item and 1 manuscript
volume in the Department of Archives and Manuscripts at L.S.U.
(1 Reel)

Microfilm about Tangipahoa Parish

New Tickfaw Baptist Church Minute Book 1888-1903,
1945 (Tangipahoa Parish); Microfilm copy filmed from 1 loose item
and 1 manuscript volume in Dept. of Archives & Man. at L.S.U.
(1 Reel)

Methodist-Episcopal Church South, Ponchatoula,
(January 31, 1899-1940–some records as early as
1880)–Quarterly Conference Record Books; Register of Pastors;
History of Sunday School 1877; Register of Marriages; Register of
Infant Baptisms; Register of Members; Miscellaneous papers in
Church Register Book contains letters of transfer and a handwritten
history of the Church’s beginnings.
(1 Reel–5 copies)

Spring Creek Church Record Book, 1859-1903

C. W. Witbeck Collection:

a) Steam Engines for Logging and Sugar Railways through
Louisiana Sugar
(1 Reel–3 copies)

Louisiana Roster Book 1-5

Mississippi Book 1-5

Alabama Book 1

Louisiana Sugar Book 1

b) Engine Specifications:
(5 Reels)

Reel 1 1869 B.L.W. 5

1872 B.L.W. 6

1873 B.L.W. 7

1876 B.L.W. 8 (to p. 75)

Reel 2 1876 B.L.W. 8 (p. 76)

1878 B.L.W. 9

1879 B.L.W. 10 (to p. 109) 11-24-1880

Reel 3 1879 B.L.W. 10 (p. 210)

1881-82 B.L.W. 11

Reel 4 1883 B.L.W. 12

1886-87 B.L.W. 13

1887-88 B.L.W. 14

Reel 5 1888-89 B.L.W. 15

1890-91 B.L.W. 16

1891 B.L.W. 17

1892 B.L.W. 18


Morrison Papers: (1 Reel–2 copies (1) Kalvar Positive; (1)
Diazo Negative)

Farmer’s Friend 1938 and 1939

Louisiana Protective Union

Charles Anzalone Papers: (1 Reel-Kalvar

1A. Newspaper Clippings

2. Letters

3. Miscellaneous

4. Seminar

Clerk of Court Tangipahoa Parish, Amite, Louisiana

(8 Reels)

Reel 3 Index COB (1820-1931) Vendor H thru K and L thru M (to p.
150 of M) (2 copies)

Reel 4

Index COB Vendor L, M, N through R (2 copies)

Reel 7

Index COB Vendee C-D end of Book, E-G end of Book, H-J
beginning of Book (2 copies)

Reel 8

Index COB Vendee 1820-1931, H-J end of Book, K-L end of
Book, M-N beginning of book

(2 copies)

Note: Missing Reels 1, 2, 5, and 6

Microfilm about Washington Parish

Ellis Cemetery Records 1812-1942, (4 volumes)
Washington Parish, LA–Records found in 1976 with belongings of
Murphy Bateman. He kept up with records of burials in the cemetery
for many years. Mrs. Richard N. (Vicki) Knight, Franklinton,
Louisiana donated microfilm (Murphy Bateman was her husband’s
(1 Reel)

Contains lot owners and lot numbers–some from the old cemetery.
Some entries list age, sex, date of birth and date of burial, last
residence (city), place of birth (city, parish, or state), cause of
death, nearest relative, social state, name of undertaker, some
interments do not put the name of children who died at birth or
shortly thereafter, some shown as “still born” and carry the name
of the nearest relative.
Records of Ellis Cemetery Association starting with
February 26, 1904

Microfilm of Louisiana Records

Records on Deliberations of the Cabildo 1769-1803
(7 Reels)

Digest of the acts compiled and edited by Work Projects
Administration, Project 665-64-3112, Mrs. E. D. Friedrichs,
Custodian, City Hall Archives, New Orleans, August 1939

Original records in Spanish (3 Reels)

Transcript in English (4 Reels)

The four Reels in English contain typewritten copies translated
from the original. The alphabetical and chronological Digest of the
Acts are on Reel 1. This digest was compiled from the original
Spanish Cabildo books consisting of ten volumes covering the
municipal records of the Spanish government.

Reel 1 must be used first in order for the researcher to
effectively utilize the cabildo records.

Reel 1 (English)

–Contains an index of names of individuals and subject
areas, Main Index for all the books, and the Alphabetical

Part I–list officials and their activities

Part II–synopsis of resolutions, alphabetically and


Reel 1

–contains the typewritten translation of Book 1. Each book
is preceded by a chronological list of its contents. Part of Book 2
up to page 150 is located on Reel 1.

List of Contents Book 2. Reel 1, Volume No. 1 (Note: use
# in upper right hand corner–August 18, 1769 to August 27, 1779
with chronological list of contents directly before the beginning
of Volume No. 1, Vol. 1 contains 331 pages.

Volume 2–part of this volume is on Reel 1 September 8,
1779 to June 25, 1784 up to page 150. The complete volume 2
contains 230 pages and is continued on Reel 2 starting with page
151. The complete index for Vol. 2 is directly before the
beginning of Volume No. 2 on Reel 1.

Reel 2

–Continuation of Volume 2 starting at page 150 to 235
(end) September 8, 1779 to June 25, 1784. Note: Researcher must use
Reel 1 to see the Master Alphabetical Index to determine which page
and volume number and/or the complete chronological index directly
before Vol. 2.

Volume 3, Number 1–July 2, 1784 to December 14, 1787,
chronological list of contents directly before the beginning of
Vol. 3, No. 1. Vol. 3, No. 1 contains 197 pages.

Vol. 3, No. 2–January 1, 1788-May 18, 1792. Complete
chronological index directly before Vol. 3. No. 2, 218 pages.

Vol. 3, No. 3–May 25, 1792 to April 17, 1795. Chronological
list of contents before Vol. 3, No. 3–(end of Vol. 3 to page

Reel 3

–Volume 4, No. 1, April 24, 1795 to July 7, 1799, 221
pages (Chronological index before Vol. 4)

Vol. 4, No. 2–July 14, 1797 to December 20, 1798
(Chronological index) 194 pages.

Vol. 4, No. 3–January 1. 1799 to September 12, 1800
(Chronological index)

Vol. 4, No. 4–September 19, 1800 to July 17, 1802 up to
page 135–continued on Reel. 4 (Chronological index)

Reel 4

–Continuation of Vol. 4, No. 4–page 136 to 228, September
11, 1801. Note: Use either alphabetical index on Reel 1 or
chronological index on Reel 3 at beginning of Vol. 4, No.

Vol. 4, No. 5–July 19, 1802 to November 18, 1803
(Chronological list of contents (page 1 to 110)

15. Records of the Diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas;
1576-1803 Microfilm from records at the Archives at Notre Dame
University (12 Reels-1 guide book which Contains alphabetical

Useful because of close connection between Church and State
under the French and Spanish colonial regimes in Louisiana and

The calendars are to be used as an aid to the original
documents. The researcher must go to the original for complete
accuracy. NOTE: Items dated by year only will be found at the
beginning of the year. Items dated by month and year will be found
at the beginning of the month. Listed chronologically. The guide
and the first Reel of microfilm lists alphabetically the names of
authors of items in the collection and the names of persons and
places that are calendared. Use this list and the calendars to
locate items of particular interest to the researcher.


Frames are numbered. If you see a frame # followed by “A”
it means that another frame had to be added. If you find a frame #
missing, it means the frame was deleted.

The Guide must be read to understand how to effectively
use and understand the information in the calendars.


Reel 1

–Introduction; alphabetical list; and calendars, 1576-1803
(Calendars up to 1799)

Reel 2

–(1576-1790) Earliest documents May 27, 1576 to 1786 are
only 40 in number. There are 134 items for 1786 to 1790. Marriages,
funerals, and ecclesiastical affairs. Partial list of those killed
by the Natchez Indians (see December 13, 1737 for this)
1788–registry of persons in Louisiana, Mobile, and

Reel 3

–(1791-January 1795) Large dossiers relating to particular
subjects. Census figures 1795.

Reel 4

–(February 1795-February 1796) Various census reports.
Records of first Bishop of Louisiana and the Floridas (arrival July

Reel 5

–(March 1796-February 1797) Parish census reports. Report
on conditions in the Cathedral Parish of New Orleans and part of
the city. (Some of the latter are badly faded) Names of men in
Infantry of Louisiana.

Reel 6

–(March 1797-October 1797) Parish census reports. Names of
the Second Battalion of the Infantry of Mexico.

Reel 7

–(November 1797-August 1798) Parish census reports.
Marriages and burials at Cabahanoce for 1796.

Reel 8

–(September 1798-December 1799) Parish census report.
Investigation of the conduct of Father Juan Delvaux.

Reel 9

–(1800-May 1801) Parish census report; royal dispatches;
conditions in the Diocese of Louisiana and Floridas.

Reel 10

–(June 1801-April 1802) Parish census reports. Dossier on
new archivist–some marriages and lawsuits back to 1773.

Reel 11

–(May 1802-November 1802) Rumors of a retro cession of
Louisiana to France–November 18 dossier.

Reel 12

–Parish census reports. Disposal of slaves by the
Ursulines. Ursulines request transfer to Havana. Set of
instructions for the transfer of New Orleans to France–See
November 29, 1803.

16. Sp. Col. Film 266–Overseer’s Journals 1 and 2 of
Seffrin Babin, Ascension Parish, Louisiana (Several Pages
Missing)–Sugar Plantation Records 1862, in French, parts in
English–daily record of events; quarterly inventory of stock and
implements; record of wood cut and names of men and amounts,
1865-1866; record of coopers’ work, 1865; page 76 & 77 list
marriage and deaths of some family members, 1847-1876; records of
clothing, tools etc given to the Negroes; throughout journal
family birthdays and future weddings are recorded; first
communion; some notes on Iberville Parish 1866 and 1877; birth of
Borace “H” Gilbert Babin 16 Oct. 1905, list godparents, page 98;
some 1918 entries, mostly personal verses etc. in latter part of
journal. (1 Reel)

New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad,
Accounting Records
(5 Reels)

Sp. Col. Film 1149–Rhottas, Jacob–Track book:
maps of New Orleans, Jackson, and Great Northern Railroad
(1 Reel)

Sp. Col. Film 1143–Commands of Louisiana Military
–Booth’s Louisiana Confederate Soldier’s and
Commands–Lists of Companies
(2 Reels)

Reel 1–Aaron, D through R. Reese, A.

Reel 2

–R-Reese, B. N. through Z-Zylkes, Thos. G.

Confederate Veteran Magazine
(8 Reels)

Reel 1–Vol. 1-6 (January 1893-December 1898)

Reel 2

–Vol. 7-12 (January 1899-December 1904)

Reel 3

–Vol. 13-17 (January 1905-December 1909)

Reel 4

–Vol. 18-22 (January 1910-December 1914)

Reel 5

–Vol. 23-27 (January 1915-December 1919)


Reel 6

–Vol. 28-32 (January 1920-December 1924)

Reel 7

–Vol. 33-37 (January 1925-December 1929)

Reel 8

–Vol. 38-40 (January 1930-December 1932)

Cumulative Index,
The Confederate Veteran 1893-1932. Ed. Dr. Louis H.
Manarin, Wilmington, N. C.: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1986. Index
is a storehouse of primary and secondary source material–40
years of reminiscences of soldiers and civilians, events of the
war, postwar period, reports on organizational activities, and
scholarly works. Its goal was to publish the facts so that future
historians would have a complete history of the

Interest to genealogists–biographical sketches in “The
Lost Reel” section of each issue. Many personal portraits–family
lines. Condensed listing of United Confederate Veterans Camps
(Chapters) of 1897.

How to Use the Index:

The first number in each citation is in Capital Roman
Numerals and refers to the specific yearly volume. It is followed
by Arabic numerals which refers to the page.


1) An unnumbered page following a numbered page is listed
as the last numbered page and followed by a, b, c, d, etc. <142
c means 3rd page after page 142>

2) An unnumbered page preceding a numbered page is listed
with a capital P (for preceding) and an a, b, c, etc. <142 Pb
means the second page before page 142>

3) In some issues the editors changed the numbering
system from Arabic to Roman. The citation lists the last Arabic
numbered page plus the Roman numerals cited in lower case.
<152 xvi means the sixteenth Roman numeral page after Arabic
page 152>

21. Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers in the
War of the Rebellion (Civil War)–Brief history of the 25th
Regiment and a complete account of the Battle of Irish Bend in
Louisiana, 1-81 pp. (1 Reel)

Sp. Col. Film 1148–Sanborn Fire Insurance
(14 Reels)

Original Maps located in the Geography and Map Division of the
Library of Congress and they were filmed in the order that they
were in 1981. Maps are alphabetical by city or town and then in
chronological order. These are pre-1950 maps.

Reel 1

–Abbeville (3264)-Bastrop (3274)

Reel 2

–Baton Rouge (3275)-Berwick (3279)

Reel 3

–Bogalusa (3280)-Eunice (3307)

Reel 4

–Evergreen (3308)-Lake Arthur (3346)

Reel 5

–Lake Charles (3347)-Mira (3367)

Reel 6

–Monroe (3368)-New Iberia (3375)

Reel 7

–New Orleans (3376)

Reel 8

–New Orleans (3376)

Reel 9

–New Orleans (3376)

Reel 10

–New Orleans (3376)

Reel 11

–New Orleans (3376)

Reel 12

–New Roads (3377)-Scotlandville (3400)

Reel 13

–Shreveport (3401)

Reel 14

–Sikes (3402)-Youngville (3422)


Report on Survey of Higher Education in Louisiana,
Baton Rouge, 1940-41–Louisiana State Department of Education:
Report Nos. 1-5, 7-10, 12-16
(1 Reel-Positive)

1900 Census of Orleans Parish, Louisiana; T623 576
and T623 577
(2 Reels)

1860 St. Louis city Directory and Ward Map(1 Reel)

History of the World’s Industrial and Cotton
held in New Orleans from December 16, 1884-May
31, 1885. Microfilm copy of handwritten book by Charles Julius
Fulda, September 1888.

Book has table of Contents (p. 5 & 6) and details of each
exhibit (alphabetically by state). Detailed account of the
Louisiana exhibit covers agricultural products of Louisiana, models
and patents, coins, quilt, tobacco, forestry exhibits. Exhibit of
women’s work (industrial and scientific) Department of
Colored Exhibit. Copied from New Orleans Public Library, Louisiana
Division. Gift from George Fulda. This journal was his

Microfilm of Records from Other States

Sp. Col. Film 557–Dr. Albert E. Casey Amite County,
(1 Reel)

1. Okief, Coshe Mang. Slieve Lougher and Upper Blackwater in

2. Volume I, Amite County, Mississippi 1699-1865

3. Volume II, Amite County, Mississippi 1699-1865

4. Volume III, Amite County, Mississippi 1699-1890–The

28. Marriage Bonds and Records, Panola County, Mississippi
(Sardis, MS)
(9 Reels)

Reel 1 #39 1871-1874 Marriage Bonds

Reel 2

#40 1874-1877 Marriage Records

Reel 3

#41 1885-1899 White Records

Reel 4

#45 1884-1889 Black Records, Volume “M”

Reel 5

#46 1894-1898 Black Records, Volume “O”

Reel 6

#51 1880-1892 White Records, Volume “1”

Reel 7

#52 1893-1904 White Records, Volume “2”

Reel 8

#70 1880-1885 Black Records

Reel 9

#71 1892-1899 Black Records

Alphabetical Index refers to page number of original
books (hard to read)

29. The National Cyclopedia of American Biography,
Supplement, Vol. B.–Contains index to Vol. A (1926) and Vol. B
(1927)-Pictures with biographies (1 Reel)

1820 U. S. Census, Hartford, Kent, Montgomery and Prince
Georges Counties, Maryland

(1 Reel)

The John MacPherson Berrien Papers (1778-1938)) A
project of the Southern Historical Collection of the University of
North Carolina Library, sponsored by the National Historical
Publications Commission Microfilm Program. 1976 Main REF FZ206.N8
Suppl. A Guide to Manuscripts
(2 Reels and1 booklet-guide to Berrien Papers)

Personal and legal correspondence of Berrien of Savannah,
constitutional lawyer, U. S. senator, and attorney general in
Andrew Jackson’s Cabinet. Included are some papers of his father,
John Berrien, and his son Lawrence Cecil Berrien and family.
Personal correspondence (chiefly between 1830-1852) of Berrien with
men who were prominent in the Jackson administration and in
Georgia. Legal papers concerning the Fla-GA boundary controversy
(1851-1855), financial papers of a rice plantation near Savannah
and a farm near Clarksville, GA. Letterbook, receipt book and


Reel 1


Reel 2

1845-1851, Finances in Georgia, railroad iron duty, Henry
Clay (election 1844), Politics in Georgia, Florida, Georgia
boundary dispute.

Reel 3

1852-1855, George politics, undated material, genealogical

32. David Outlaw Papers (of Windsor, Bertie Co., N.

Contains papers of David Outlaw (1806-1868), a Whig congressman,
lawyer, and political leader from Windsor, Bertie County, North
Carolina; genealogical material on the Outlaw and Anderson
families; collection of letters of Outlaw to his wife,
Emily–begins December 5, 1847 to February 12, 1851 when Outlaw
served as a Whig Congressman in Washington, D. D.; booklet-guide to
Outlaw Papers)
(1 Reel and 1 booklet)

The Alger Hiss Case-Basic Documents
(7 Reels)

Part 1 House Un-American Activities Committee Hearings
(Reel 1)

Part 2 Baltimore Depositions; November 1948; February and March
(Reel 1)

First Trial, May to July 1949
(Reel 2)

First Trial, May to July 1959
(Reel 3)

Part 3 Second Trial, November 1949-January 1950
(Reel 1)

Second Trial, November 1949-January 1950
(Reel 2)

Second Trial, November 1959-January 1950 and Appeals
(Reel 3)

Journal of the State Convention, held in
(Georgia) in December 1850. Milledgeville:
R. M. Orme, State Printer 1850, 34pp. Union celebration in Macon,
Georgia, on the Anniversary of Washington’s Birthday, February 22,
1851, 48 pp.
(1 Reel)

Sp. Col. Film 265–American State Papers: Land
Grants and Claims
(5 Reels)

Land Grants and Claims 1789-1837–documents, legislative and
executive, of the Congress of the United States selected and
edited, under the authority of Congress, by Walter Lourie and
Matthew St. Clair Clarke, Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1832-1860.
9 volumes.

Reel 1

–Vol. 1 of original book, pp. 1-911 (March 3, 1789-March
3, 1815) Table of Contents at

beginning and Index after p. 911 for Vol. 1 on Microfilm Reel

Vol. 2 of original book

, pp. 1-431 (November 27, 1809-March 3, 1815) Table of
Contents at

beginning of Vol. 2 on Microfilm Reel 1.

Reel 2

–Vol. 2 of original book, pp. 432-898 (November 27,
1809-March 3, 1815) Index to Vol. 2 after p. 898 on Microfilm Reel

Vol. 3 of original book, pp.1-895 (December 4,
1815-May 27, 1824) Index to Vol. 3 after p. 895 on Microfilm Reel

Reel 3

–Vol. 4 of original book, pp. 1-962 (December 1,
1823-March 3, 1824) Index to Vol. 4 after

p. 962 on Microfilm Reel 3.

Vol. 5 of original book

, pp. 1-449 (December 3, 1827-March 3, 1829)

Reel 4

–Vol. 5 of original book, pp. 450-802 (December 3,
1827-March 3, 1829) Index to Vol. 5 after

p. 802 on Microfilm Reel 4.

Vol. 6 of original book, pp. 1-978 (December 1,
1828-April 11, 1834) Index to Vol. 6 after

p. 978 on Microfilm Reel 4.


Reel 5

–Vol. 7 of original book, pp. 1-907 (April 11, 1834-March
3, 1835) Index to Vol. 7, Part 1 at

beginning of Reel 5.

Vol. 8 of original book, pp. 994 (December 8,
1835-February 28, 1837) Index to Vol. 8 at beginning of Vol. 8, p.

Finding Aids for the American State Papers:

Grassroots of America

by Phillip W. McMullin–An index to the American State Papers
located in the Reference Room, Call No. REF J/33/.M3

Federal Land Grants in the Territory of Orleans: The Delta

by Charles R. Maduell, Jr.–located in the Archives and Special
Collections, Call No. Sp. Col. F/377/.O7M2

This book is an aid to American State Papers, Public Lands,
Vol. II–It is arranged by counties as they existed in 1812. The
researcher needs to look in the General Index for the area
desired. The book has 49 indexed areas according to locale.

eg: Iberville County, East Side of the Mississippi River

Allain Simon


The 92-354 refers to item 92 page 354 of
American State Papers, Public Lands, Vol. II. When using
this book take the time to read the introduction in the

State Land Tract Books 1 and 2, Greensburg District (1

Field Notes of Silas Taylor (1 Reel)

Sp. Col. Film 159
-John Fitzgerald Kennedy Assassination: Microfilm
Documents of President JFK (accounts in 27 newspapers and 6
magazines) with Index by Section for each article)
(1 Reel)

Sp. Col. Film 1193–Watergate FBI Investigation(9 Reels)

Reel 1 Sections 1-6

Reel 2 Sections 7-11

Reel 3 Sections 12-19

Reel 4 Sections 20-27

Reel 5 Sections 28-34

Reel 6 Sections 35-43

Reel 7 Sections 44-48

Reel 8 Sections 49-50 and Vols. 1-11

Reel 9 Volumes 12-16

The Watergate FBI Investigation Files in exact order in which
they were received from the FBI. Individual Sections are identified
by the FBI’s filing nomenclature.

Insular Cases–Supreme Court Reports 1900 and
(1 Reel)

1900, pp. 746-827

Delima vs Bidwell, p. 746

Dooley vs U. S., p. 762

Downes vs Bidwell, p. 770

Armstrong vs U. S., p. 827

Huus vs. N. Y. & P. R. ss Co., p. 827

1901, pp. 58-73

The Diamond Rings, p. 59

Dooley vs U. S., p. 62

Storti vs Mass., p. 72


Microfilm of Magazines and Thesis

Northwestern Lumberman (Logging Magazine) 1890

Bill Mill at Garyville, Louisiana; Railroads and lumber;
Poitevant and Favre; Calcasieu, Patterson, Louisiana; some engines
used in logging in Florida and Houston and Groveton, Texas; List of
Lumber companies by state in 1890 from the Northwestern Lumberman;
Plenty of picture of railroad equipment and lumbermen
(1 Reel)

The American Lumberman, August 5, 1905 (total of 40 pages): A journey through
the vast Downman Cypress Interests with Camera and Pen (White
Castle, Bowie, Jeanerette, DesAllemans, New Iberia)
(1 Reel)

The Mississippian, Jackson, Mississippi Newspaper (2

Reel 1 January 6, 1843 thru November 3, 1848

Reel 2 November 10, 1848 thru August 9, 1852

Flag of the Union, Jackson, Mississippi
, November 1850-December 1853

(1 Reel)

Party Politics in Mississippi 1850-1860. Thesis by
Donald M. Rawson, 1964. Ph.D. in history from Vanderbilt
University. Includes Table of Contents.
(1 Reel)

A History of the Whig Party in Alabama 1828-1860.
Thesis by Carlton Luther Jackson, 1963. Ph.D. in History,
University of Georgia.
(1 Reel)

James Hamilton, Jr. of South Carolina: A
Biography. Dissertation by Virginia Louise Glenn, 1964. Ph.D.,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 425 pp.
(1 Reel)

William Lowndes Yancey: From Unionist to
Secessionist, 1814-1852. Dissertation by Ralph Brown Draughon, Jr.,
1968. Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
(1 Reel)

Chaucer’s Normalized Diction: A Comparison of
Receiving Phrases in Chaucer and Beowulf to Determine the Validity
of the Magoun. Dissertation by Edward J. Wolff, 1924, Ph.D., 1966,
Michigan State University in Language and Literature General
(1 Reel)

Sp. Col. Film 1307–Records of Anti-Bellum Southern
from the Revolution through the Civil War.
Series I, Selections from Louisiana State University.
(15 Reels)

Sp. Col. Film 1308–Records of Anti-Bellum Southern
from the Revolution through the Civil War.
Series H, Selections from the Howard-Tilton Library, Tulane
University, and the Louisiana State Museum Archives.
(30 Reels)

Sp. Col. Film 1310–Southern Women and Their Families in
the 19th Century:
Papers and Diaries. Series A, Holdings
of the Southern Historical Collection, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill. Parts 1-3: Mary Susan Ker Papers, 1785-1923;
Roach and Eggleston Family Papers, 1830-1905; Louisiana and
Mississippi Collections
(49 Reels)

Microfilm Donated by Dr. Bertram Groene

Post Returns for Fort Pike, 1827-1872 (complete
2 Reels)

Naval Records (3 Reels)

Virginia Gazette

Reel 1-August 25, 1790-July 18, 1792

Reel 2

-July 25, 1792-May 6, 1795

Reel 3

-May 13, 1795-October 1, 1799

Reel 4

-October 4, 1799-December 5, 1809




1Plantation Records–Southern Historical Manuscript(526 microfiche)

Badin, Norbut Papers, 1829-1900 (36 microfiche)

Bateman, Mary Diary, 1856 (3 microfiche)

Bond, Pricilla Munnik Luysen Diary, 1857-69 (17 microfiche)

Bringier, Louis Amede Family Papers 1786-1901 (42

Burruss, John C. Family Papers, 1825-1882 (19 microfiche)

Capell, Eli J. Family Papers, 1817-1900 (36 microfiche)

Cartwright, Samuel A., 1826-1864 (7 microfiche)

Chelette, Atala Family Papers, 1819-1900 (4 microfiche)

Ducan, Stephen & Stephen, Jr. Family Papers, 1846-1899 (33

Ducan, Stephen, Jr. Passport, 1871 (2 microfiche)

Hilliard, Mrs. Isaac H. Diary, 1849-1859, 1866 (3

Jenkins, John C. Family Papers, 1840-1900 (35 microfiche)

Lidell, Moses, St. John R. Family Papers, 1813-1900 (195

Magruder, Eliza L. Diary, 1846-1857 (7 microfiche)

Minor, William J. Family Papers, 1748-1898 (70 microfiche)

Monette, James Diary, 1848-1863 (4 microfiche)



1 Plantation Records Continued

Slavery Collection, 1804-1860 (4 microfiche)

Spyker, Leonidas P. Diary, 1856-1900 (4 microfiche)

Town, Clarissa E. Leavitt Diary, 1853 (5 microfiche)



Proceedings of the Louisiana State (Labor) Convention
1914-1970 (none for 1933 or 1945); State Federation of Labor and
AFL-CIO (1956-1970) (83 microfiche)

State Federation of Labor:

April 14, 1914 (Lake Charles) 1 fiche

April 1917 (New Orleans) 1 fiche

April 1918 (Alexandria) 1 fiche

April 1919 (LCH) 1 fiche

April 1920 (SHV) 1 fiche

April 1921 (BTR) 1 fiche

April 1922 (Alex) 1 fiche

April 1923 (New Orleans) 1 fiche

April 1924 (Monroe) 1 fiche

April 1925 (LCH) 1 fiche

April 1926 (SHV) 1 fiche

April 1927 (BTR) 1 fiche

April 1928 (Alex) 1 fiche



2 Continued

April 1929 (Monroe) 1 fiche

April 1930 (BTR) 1 fiche

April 1931 (LCH) 1 fiche

April 1932 (New Orleans) 1 fiche

April 1934 (Monroe) 1 fiche

April 1935 (Alex) 2 fiche

April 1936 (BTR) 1 fiche

April 1937 (LCH) 2 fiche

April 1938 (Bogalusa) 3 fiche

April 1939 (Monroe) 2 fiche

April 1940 (SHV) 3 fiche

April 1941 (BTR) 2 fiche

April 1942 (New Orleans) 3 fiche

April 1943 (SHV) 3 fiche

April 1944 (Monroe) 2 fiche

April 1946 (Alexandria) 3 fiche

April 1947 (BTR) 3 fiche

April 1948 (LCH) 3 fiche

April 1949 (SHV) 3 fiche

April 1950 (New Orleans) 3 fiche

April 1951 (Monroe) 4 fiche

April 1952 (BTR) 3 fiche

April 1953 (SHV) 4 fiche

April 1954 (New Orleans) 3 fiche

April 1955 (BTR) 3 fiche


April 1956 (BTR) 2 fiche

April 1957 (SHV) 3 fiche

April 1958 (BTR) 3 fiche

None for 1959 through 1969

April 1970 (BTR) 2 fiche



Index to North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868 (88

1 guide; separate bride’s list and separate groom’s list;
statements of intent to marry; groom took out bond in county where
bride lived.

Information in Bond: groom’s name, bride’s name, date of bond,
names of bondsmen and any witnesses. After 1851 some marriage
certificates are filed with the bond and this is noted in the
abstract. Sometimes, names of parents, date of marriage, and name
of person performing the ceremony may be in these abstracts.

Researcher must use the Guide to understand the list of
abbreviations and North Carolina County Codes.


In groom index Microfiche #1 contains 40 bonds which are
not in alphabetical sequence–you must check this. Some brides are
not mentioned by name–this group of bonds is located at the
beginning of the bride index.




National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 1-72
(1912-1984) (243 microfiche)

(Note Vol. 1, No. 1 pages are not numbered, but contains pp.

Vol. 1-12 have index after each year’s volume.

No magazine published in 1926

Vol. 13-22 No index

Index to Vol. 23-26 (1935-38) on microfiche #37

Vol. 27-after each year or after each 2 years, but all are
indexed up to 1984.

General Index for volumes 1-50 (1912-62) are on 3rd floor with
bound volumes (CS/42/.N4)



Micro 1048, Cornell University Collection of WOMEN’S RIGHTS
Pamphlets (117 microfiche) (there is also a guide with these