Irene Reid Morris Collection

 

Box 1

Folder 1: Letters and Cards to and from Mr. J.P. Morris

  1. 3 cards
  2. 2 handwritten letters
  3. 4 typed letters about the College of Medicine
  4. 2 typed letters about the Grand Lodge of the state of Louisiana
  5. 10 typed letter about ancient and accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry
  6. 8 typed letters about various topics

 

Folder 2: Edward Livingston Historical Association

  1. 1 ELHA letter
  2. 6 ELHA bulletin’s
  3. 27 ELHAgrams

 

Folder 3: Various letters and cards- not addressed to Irene

  1. 29 cards
  2. 41 Handwritten letters
  3. 57 typed letters

 

Folder 4: Post Cards

  1. 11 holiday post cards
  2. 59 post cards from various places
  3. 39 unused postcards from various places

 

Folder 5: Letters from Irene

  1. 10 typed letters
  2. 4 handwritten letters

 

Folder 6: Letters and cards to Irene

  1. 61 cards
  2. 134 typed letters
  3. 136 handwritten letters

 

Folder 7: Various census’ and lists

  1. Polk Morris and Sons, Inc- list of names
  2. Deceased past Grands
  3. 1850, 1860, and 1870 Census of Holden, LA
  4. Census of 1830 Washington Parish, LA
  5. Register- Official Grand Matron Visit of Greensburg Chapter
  6. Handwritten list of names (11 pages)

 

Folder 8: Mr. J.P. Morris’ documents

  1. 8 typed documents from the Newberry Library
  2. 1 College of Medicine document
  3. 2 state of Texas travel voucher documents

 

Folder 9: Copies of old documents

  1. copy of handwritten list-List of Subscribers to Stock of the Kentwood Collegiate Institute
  2. copy of handwritten document-State of South Carolina, Richard District (2)
  3. copy of handwritten document-William Bisland to Mary L.L. Witherspoon
  4. Handwritten copy of store records, 1837 - 1839. 24 pages. Includes three miscellaneous handwritten scrap notes. 
  5. Copy of store ledger. 1830s. 27 pages. 

 

Folder 10: High School Diploma

  1. McComb City Public Schools-High School Department-Thetus Nona Fenn (original and copy included)

 

Folder 11: Founders Day Program

  1. February 1957 (2 Copies)

 

Folder 12: Research Grant Report to the Rockefeller Archive Center

  1. December 1980

 

Folder 13: Various School Documents

  1. Amite Elementary School special education minutes- January 1960
  2. Thornton High School history by Vick Wheeler
  3. Kentwood FTA
  4. Bailey, Susie. Times Picayune.“Kentwood to name school for teacher long in service”. 20 April 1940.
  5. “Early Schools of Tangipahoa Parish”.
  6. “History of Kentwood High School”. 1934-1935- 7 pages.
  7. “The History of Kentwood Schools” 1888-1931.
  8. “The History of Kentwood High School” 1931-1966.
  9. Kavanaugh, Kathleen “Kentwood Lodge” 1898.
  10. Handwritten notes about special education. 15 January 1962 – 2 pages.
  11. Special education handwritten note. 16 January 1961.
  12. Handwritten special education note. 19 September 1960.
  13. Special education teachers hold meeting typed document by Margret G. Winker.
  14. Tangipahoa Parish School Board letter to principals and special education teachers by Jack F. Lanier. 16 September 1958.
  15. Tangipahoa Parish School Board letter to principals and teachers of exceptional children by Jack F. Lanier. 22 January 1959.
  16. “Minutes from the 2nd meeting” by Margret G. Winkler- 2 pages.
  17. “Minutes from the 3rd meeting” by M.G. Winkler.
  18. List of “exceptional children” from 28 September 1959.
  19. Letter “To the teachers of Tangipahoa Parish” from A.C. Lewis. 11 March 1914 – 3 pages.

 

Folder 14: Livingston Parish documents

  1. 7 page typed document- A History of Springfield, Livingston Parish, LA, submitted by Clark Forrest
  2. 7 page typed document -Livingston Parish American Bicentennial Committee-May Meeting, May 23, 1974; also includes a map
  3. 4 page typed document- Livingston Parish American Bicentennial Committee-June Meeting, June 20, 1974
  4. 10 page typed document- Livingston Parish American Bicentennial Committee-July Meeting, July 18, 1974
  5. 4 page typed document-typed Obituaries on selected Livingston Parish families, Eastern Louisiana Baptist Association, 1887
  6. 12 page typed document-The Old Springfield Courthouse Building, Springfield, Livingston Parish, LA; by Clark Forrest, Jr.; February 8, 1976
  7. 27 page typed document-Various Locations of the Livingston Parish Courthouse, by Clark Forrest, February 1974

 

Folder 15: Typed Historical Documents

  1. 11 page typed document-A History of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church 1892-1973, Pine Grove, LA, St. Helena Parish, compiled by Lillie Roberts (Sam) Morgan, April 1973 (2)
  2. 2 page typed document-Silver Springs Baptist Church: A Condensed History
  3. 9 page typed document-Wetmore Cemetery-Ponchatoula, LA, on Ponchatoula/Springfield Road-A term paper-Louisiana History and Historical Research; July 11, 1964

 

Folder 16: Historical Association Documents

  1. “Louisiana State Archives, The Historical Panels”
  2. “Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 21 Number 1”. 1 January 1990.
  3. “The Louisiana Historical Society, meeting of the society”. 25 April 1979.

 

Folder 17: Loose Louisiana Genealogical Register Pages

  1. December 1989 – 7 page
  2. December 1996 – 2 page
  3. September 1967 – 7 pages
  4. December 1967 – 4 pages
  5. March 1968 – 5 pages
  6. June 1968 – 4 pages
  7. December 1968 – 2 pages
  8. March 1969 – 3 pages
  9. June 1969 – 1 page
  10. September 1969 – 3 pages
  11. September 1970 – 5 pages
  12. June 1994 – 5 pages
  13. March 1996 – 3 pages
  14. September 1993 – 4 pages
  15. December 1992 – 9 pages
  16. June 1992 – 10 pages
  17. June 1990 – 1 page
  18. December 1990 – 22 pages
  19. March 1990 – 9 pages
  20. March 1992 – 7 pages
  21. December 1991 – 5 pages
  22. September 1990 – 8 pages
  23. June 1993 – 1 page
  24. September 1971 – 4 pages
  25. June 1996 – 2 pages
  26. December 1994 – 6 pages
  27. September 1994 – 4 pages
  28. December 1992 – 3 pages
  29. March 1989 – 5 pages
  30. September 1990 – 7 pages
  31. March 1991 – 5 pages
  32. June 1991 – 7 pages
  33. September 1991 – 4 pages
  34. June 1989 – 7 pages
  35. September 1989 – 6 pages

 

Folder 18: Genealogy Society Newsletters

  1. 19th Annual Genealogical Institute : Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society program
  2. National Genealogical Society: 1981 Atlanta Conference exhibits and displays committee
  3. National Genealogical Society Atlanta May 7 – 9, 1981, Information for Exhibitors
  4. Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society letter for Mrs. Irene Reid Morris from 18 June 19993
  5. Louisiana Genealogical Society letter to Mrs. Irene Morris from December 21, 1959
  6. Baton Rouge Genealogical and Historical Society monthly meeting agenda from 17 November 1990
  7. The Varnado Genealogist news letter, volume 4 number 2 from 9 December 1949- Austin Texas – 6 pages
  8. Alabama and Mississippi: Regional Local History Genealogy news letter form spring of 1978

 

Folder 19: 

  1. Handwritten receipt
  2. handwritten document-Hyacinthan Hall, May 25, 188

 

Folder 20: Dr. George Clomer

  1. 2 typed documents pertaining to Dr. George Clomer (1807-1878), Preserver of Primary Information on Livingston Parish, by Clark Forrest, Jr.

 

Folder 21: Miscellaneous historical associations

  1. 2 page typed document-Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Minutes, October 25, 1973
  2. 17 page typed document-A History of Eastern Louisiana Baptist Association 1842-1930, a thesis by James Earnest Chandler, May 1930 (2)
  3. 2 page typed document-The St. Helena Historical Association Quarterly, Autumn 1990, 25th Issue

 

Folder 22: Miscellaneous typed documents

  1. 4 page typed document-Henry E. Hardtner, Louisiana’s First Conservationist by Anna C. Burns
  2. 2 page typed document-The Flowers and Trees of the Bible by Mrs. Thomas H. Richards (General Federation of Women’s Clubs Garden’s Chairman, 1941-1944)
  3. 3 page typed document-The Myths and Legends of Flowers Around the Calendar by Mrs. Chester E. Martin, General Federation of Women’s Clubs, Gardens Division
  4. 3 page typed document-John Nalle’s Will
  5. 2 page document-copy of correspondence between Mrs. P. Morris, Jr. and Hodding Carter, April 13, 1953
  6. National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century-Application for Membership (Mississippi)-Frances Bisland Stubbs
  7. 4 page typed document-Petition of the Inhabitants of West Florida, November 20, 1811 to the Honorable, the Senate, and the House of Representatives of the US; submitted by Miss Mary A. Peterson (2)
  8. Typed newsletter-Bear Tracks, No. 17, October 1981
  9. Typed booklet-Judith Robinson Quin 1760-1840: An American Pioneer; by Dr. Marian Alford Mixon Houk
  10. 20 page typed document-Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry-Ninth Degree Elus of the Nine (Master Copy) 1977
  11. 3 page document-containing bibliography, 3 maps, and a typed document about L.W. Anderson Genealogical Library
  12. 12 page typed document-list of books from F. M. Hill Books
  13. copy of Annual Report of the State Superintendent of Public Education, William G. Brown to the General Assembly of Louisiana for 1872
  14. 5 page typed document-Reference Service Report, August 24, 1970 (2)
  15. copy of handwritten documents and checks
  16. 10 page typed document-containing small typed biographies-Ray Adams, Luther Lee Blackwell, Loray Bridges, Anna Laura Brooks, Margaret Clayton, Arthur Davis, Margie Ray Dick, Helen Dykes, Lola Yvonne Garner, Thelma George, Brennice Griffith, Bonnie Mae Griffith, J.P. Herrington, Joyce Eloise Herrington, J.B. Hope, Gladys Holmes, Elvis Faye Hurst, Claude (Hopper) Jones, Edna Jones, Billie Kennedy, Avis Pearl Lea, Ethel Lea, Maxine Lea, Thelma Lindsey, Helen McDaniel, Leslie McKinnon, Mary McNabb, Annie Laurie McNeil, Steve Malone, Richard Melvin, Jeff Newson, Annie Mae Phillips, George Pike, Jr., John I. Pike, Joyce Powell, Grace Price, Jerome L. (Logan) Price, Janice Rhodes, Clyde Rimes, Lena Roberts, John Schwartz, Vera Schwartz, Inez Shirley, Loudean Swearingen, Katie Louise Traylor, Landon Varnado, Mary Esther Waller, Luther Waller, Lee Bangs Wheeler, Ella Lee White, Hubert Yarbrough, and Jewel T. Yarbrough
  17. 6 page typed document-Betty Reid’s vacation trip notes, July-August 1977
  18. 4 page typed document-Our Treasured Past, Town of Amite City, June 16, 1961
  19. 3 page typed document-Music: Autumn Leaves
  20. copy of Reader’s Digest, August 1955
  21. typed document-Five Years Later, 1980-1985-contains copies of newspaper articles
  22. 4 page typed document-George W. Armstrong Lease, Bucker Home Plantation, Adams County Mississippi, January 19, 1944
  23. 1 page typed document-History of Mrs. Maud Amacker Arnett
  24. 2 page typed document-Partial list of names and addresses of old graduates, 1898-1912

 

Folder 23: Death Certificates

  1. Death Certificate-Thetus Nona Reid, March 2, 1977
  2. Death Certificate-Claude Fenn Bailey, July 1, 1953

 

Box 2

Folder 1 - (47 items)

  1. Letter to the Editor, note: Theople Hurst Feb 1967
  2. Be It Known and Remembered newsclippings, 1966

 

Folder 2 - 50, 56, 58

  1. Kentwood News - May 29, 1958 - picture of the grand chapter of Louisiana Order of the Eastern Star
  2. The Times Picayune - July 14, 1957 - “Small Town Trio Goes for Modern”
  3. Pamphlet of the By-laws of the IRA Chapter - September 3, 1953
  4. National Music Week Program sponsored by Kentwood Music Club - Tuesday, May 8, 1951
  5. Pink paper with names of people and handwritten descriptions
  6. Proclamation re: 1955 Seniors of Kentwood High School
  7. “Hall Letters Reveal History of Kentwood” Kentwood News - September 3, 1953 -
  8. Letter to Irene re: DAR magazine subscription from Mrs. J.S. Thompson January 3, 1957
  9. “A Year of Celebration Underway” Sunday Advocate - February 2, 1969 (2)
  10. “Safety Service” program - 1970 - Thanksgiving - Louisiana Power and Light

 

Folder 3 (32 items)

“Local Lore and Legend newsclippings”, beginning 1961

First Baptist Mid-Week Messenger, 14 May 1958

Additional newsclippings inserted in folder, “Local Lore and Legend”, 196

 

Folder 4 (72 items)

Information from Diane Gill on Acolapissa, Nov 1968

Letter with newsclippings from Clara L. Hogan, 2 Jun 1966

Letter from Donald H. Spurlock regarding George L. Tiebout, 20 Sept 1968

Copy of article submitted by Margaret C. Stevens

Letter from Guy Dyson regarding Gaston T. Raoul

Newsclippings and notes

Letter from Arleigh C. Hendry, 18 Feb 1965

Letter from Beth Tuttle, 22 Jan 1969

Mississippi as a Province and State by W. C.C. Claiborne - notes

Halimah A Legend of the Tangipahoa, by O.N. Ogden - notes

 

Folder 5 (49 items)

Record book , labeled 1966-67, filled with notes, and inserted newsclippings and book orders

 

Folder 6 (242 items)

Newsclippings, 1966

 

Folder 7 (120 items)

Amite Newspaper Centennial Reprints 1969 - notes and newsclippings

Training for Rainbow Leadership booklets (one with notes, photos inserted)

 

Folder 8 (1 item)

Local Lore and Legend newsclippings 1963

 

Folder 9 (79 items)

Newsclippings 1967

 

Folder 10 (2 items)

Notebook with newsclippings, 1967; envelope

 

Folder 11 (49 items)

Newsclippings, Local Lore and Legend, 1967

Publication - J. Polk Morris and Sons Kentwood, LA 1967

 

Folder 12 (237 items)

Newsclippings, 1967; notes

 

Folder 13 (322 items)

Newclippings from various publications, (marked as 1967 but items are dated from various years); Letter from Richard E. Clark; postcard from Alfred J. Ketchum; notes.

                       

Folder 14 (23 items)

  1. “Local Lore and Legend” - 1963 - #55
  2. “Syrup Making Big in Old Times”
  3. “More Mississippians Making Less Molasses in This State” - Jackson Daily
  4. News - December 19, 1963.
  5. Guaranty Bank and Trust deposit receipt - Mrs. J.P. Morris, Jr. - 6/13/1956
  6. Local Lore and Legend Scrapbook by Irene R. Morris
  7. “Indian Lore” - Picture of Irene Morris
  8. “Louisiana Places - Amite” - Sunday Advocate - June 20, 1971
  1. Letter to Mrs. Polk from Mrs. T.A. Leeper - March 29, 1966.
  2. “Four Expelled in Mansion Incident Here” - Morning Advocate -
  3. November 22, 1963.
  4. Letter to Mrs. Morris from Kurt Benirschke, MD re: Louisiana Armadillo
  5. January 9, 1963
  6. ”March of Dimes Scientists Find Armadillo Helpful in Twin Study”
  7. Newspaper photo “McComb’s Historic First Organized Football Squad”
  8. Handwritten notes
  9. KHS Alma Mater - La. Genealogical and Historical Society
  10. Letter to Mrs. Morris from O.K. Bailey 0 Sterlington High School -
  11. November 20, 1962 (2 pages)
  12. Letter to Irene from Margarette
  13. Letter to Irene from Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDaniels
  14. “Services Held for Mrs. H.E. Sanders - Kentwood News - Dec 7, 1962
  15. Letter from Mrs. Elma McDaniels

 

Folder 15 (37 items)

            Personal correspondence, 1960-1962

            Calendar of Louisiana Colonial Documents Vol. 1 Avoyelles Parish, Compiled by

                        Winston DeVille, Louisiana State Archives and Records Commission, 1961

            Kentwood News, Jan 19, 1956

            Kentwood News, Sept 20, 1962

            Kentwood Commercial, May 2, 1940

            Receipts, invoices, 1962

            Notes - Be It Known and Remembered Bible Records, 1961

 

Folder 16 (3 items)

  1. Correspondence-to Mrs. Morris from Mercer McCool, May 17, 1955
  2. Handwritten note about 1957 Kangaroo Yearbook
  3. Green notebook-Local Lore and Legend, published weekly in the Kentwood News, beginning Nov 30, 1961

 

Folder 17 (14 items)

  1. Handwritten note-to Mrs. Morris from Alice Addison, March 2, 1968
  2. Typed correspondence-to Irene Morris from C. J. Cannon, March 18, 1968
  3. Newspaper articles
    1. Be It Known and Remembered: Brick Industry: Part III by Mrs. J. Polk Morris, Jr.
    2. Be It Known and Remembered: New book for area…, by Mrs. J. Polk Morris, Jr.
    3. Kentwood Columnist: Mrs. Irene R. Morris Writes Book of History by Charles B. Gordon
    4. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News, December 8, 1966
    5. Religious services for Minnie Singleton
    6. Plan to Beautify Kentwood studied, March 9, 1978
    7. The Ledger’s: Dairy Edition Dedicated Today, June 20, 1968
    8. Local Lore and Legend, nd
    9. Succession Notice: Annie S. Newman Tillgren and John T. Newman, Notice of Sale
    10. Births-Nora Elizabeth Brown
    11. Member of old family buried here Monday
  4. Typed document about Jacob Turner Moore

 

BOX 3

Folder 1 

White Envelope - This envelope contains letters from the year 1969. One letter from Mississippi Genealogical Society along with a brochure and Roster.

Personal notes; letter from Tourist Center; letter from J.P. Scott with flier; invitations

 

Folder 2 –1974

  1. Wedding of Nedra Carol Hurst and Richard Wayne Carter flyer
  2. Newspaper article: He left a house that still waits his return
  3. Letter from Fred

 

Folder 3 - Irene Personal Folder

  1. Four Articles: Members of an Indian Delegation visit Tangipahoa
  2. Article: Opelousas as Military Outpost
  3. Article: German Caravan visits Tangipahoa parish
  4. Article: Camp Moore a historical landmark
  5. The Kentwood Ledger Thursday May 2, 1974
  6. Newspaper picture at valentine meet
  7. Article: Ledger Notes
  8. Article: Gala May meeting ends season
  9. Article: Camp Moore Museum has new curator
  10. Newspaper picture
  11. Article: Mrs. Myrtle Granberry new UDC president
  12. Article: Two centuries of music to be program
  13. Newspaper picture: Camp Moore
  14. Letter to Mrs. Morris October 28, 1974
  15. Letter to Irene Morris from state of Louisiana Civil Service
  16. Letter to Irene Morris from Governors conference on tourism
  17. Letter to J. P. Morris from J.P. Scott
  18. Article: 1950 Spring Flower Show
  19. Letter to J. P. Morris from Mildred Maier
  20. Article: Large group greets OES D.D. Grand Matro
  21. Two articles and a letter: Bob Reid and his organ playing
  22. Letter to Irene Morris from Nicholas R. Murray
  23. Article: Genealogy Seminar held in Hammond
  24. Letter to Irene Morris
  25. Article: Unique look at World of Art
  26. Letter from Boots
  27. Letter from Leona
  28. Article: Gala night concludes music club season Tuesday

 

Folder 4 - Camp Moore

This folder contains pictures and newspaper articles having to do with Camp Moore (108 items)

 

Folder 5 - J.P. Morris

This folder contains information, newspaper articles, letters, and pictures of the Morris family including J.P. Morris and Irene morris along with information about Camp Moore

           

Folder 6 - Mrs. Irene Morris

Envelope that contains a letter from Winston de Ville, a new release from the Genealogical Publishing company, and hand written notes; envelope that contains articles in the year 1967 the Mrs. J Polk Morris Jr wrote

 

Folder 7 - Mrs. Irene Morris

Envelope that contains small binder filled with notes; news clippings, Socially Speaking,              My favorite Antique.

 

Folder 8-Various Correspondence

  1. Letter to Irene Morris from David Rowland September 30, 1985
  2. Announcement of J.P. Morris speaking at Mississippi Genealogical Society
  3. And Mrs. Dalton Bridges celebrate 25 years in business
  4. Kentwood Masonic Lodge No. 248 Awards presentation brochure November 14, 1985
  5. Mississippi: Family Trees-Nancy Parkes
  6. Vada pearl Blades makes official visit to local Eastern Star
  7. DA says 20 year term for Gauthe better than trial. Morning Advocate October 15, 1985
  8. Case settled against priest. Morning Advocate September 12, 1985
  9. Priest may be sent to Maryland prison
  10. Priest gets 20 years in sex case
  11. Letter may link Mormon deaths
  12. Man held in Mormon-linked bombings
  13. SCV meet at Camp Moore
  14. Jury to Probe Lucas case. Morning Advocate October 2, 1985
  15. Grand Jury eyes Lucas’ confession
  16. Ginny Foat’s story subject of TV movie
  17. 1985-86 Lady Lions Basketball magazine
  18. Louisiana archives foundation treasurer’s report, agenda, and mission statement of April 28, 1990.
  19. Thank you letter to Mr and Mrs Morris from Billy Quin
  20. Thank you letter to Irene Morris from Robbie Lynn and David
  21. Thank you letter to Mr and Mrs J.P Morris from Catherine L Caughman
  22. Letter to Mr. And Mrs Morris from Ginger and Bill March 27, 1990
  23. Picture of President of Rotary Club and new member Pat Bennett
  24. Pages containing personal information from Feb-May 1990.
  25. Issue of “Scottish Rite Tresleboard” March 1989.
  26. Pamphlet for Episcopal High School Spring Concert (2 copies).
  27. First Baptist Church, Baton Rouge, “Order of Worship” (2 copies).
  28. Kentwood Dairy Festival 1989 pamphlet.
  29. Various newspaper articles centering on Mr. & Mrs. J Polk Morris social gatherings
  30. Official Visit of Order of the Eastern Star pamphlet
  31. Letter addressed to Irene Morris
  32. Rough draft of “Local Lore and Legend” dated May 22nd
  33. Two photos of unknown young woman dressed as Native Americans
  34. Southeastern Theater program for “A Christmas Carol” 1987 (2 copies).
  35. Wedding program for Dan & Paulette Morris.
  36. Martha Sunday School Yearbool 1985-86.
  37. Senior Adult Musical Flyer, undated.
  38. Magistrate Court summons dated July 1988

 

Folder 9

  1. Certificate of Recognition to Irene Morris from Kentwood Manor Nursing Home 2/25/87
  2. Northeast Lodge No. 435 & Istrouma Lodge No. 414 program September 13, 1987
  3. Suggestions for Lodge Programs for Commemoration of the bicentennial of the U.S Constitution
  4. New Officers of Kentwood Music Club
  5. Community Calendar
  6. Kentwood Music Club installs new Officers
  7. Community Calendar April 10, 1987
  8. Genealogy group will meet. Hammond Daily Star April 8, 1987
  9. Mrs. Irene Morris to speak at Historical and Genealogical meeting
  10. Mrs. Morris will speak. Kentwood Ledger April 2, 1987
  11. Irene Morris to be guest speaker at NSDAR meeting.
  12. Community Calendar: Saturday
  13. History of industry discussed by Morse at SLu meeting
  14. Mrs. Morris entertains
  15. The Kentwood Ledger August 13, 1987 pg 6 & 7
  16. Thank you card to Irene Morris from JoAnn (?) 10-22-87
  17. 88 Annual Portraits of Beauty session program
  18. Wilmer
  19. Pictures of Halimah Chapter Kentwood News April 23, 1987
  20. Halimah Chapter NSDAR tours Burnside
  21. Houmas House delight DAR Group
  22. Kentwoods “H” day honoring Helen H. Singleton Program

 

Folder 10

In this folder you will find a Founders Program from 1978, hand written notes/journals from Jan. 29, 1976- Feb 10. 1977, front page of the Kentwood Ledger on April 10, 1975, letters/newspaper articles containing information about SCV meeting at the Louisiana State Museum, program from the confederate Memorial Day program June 3, 1979, Satisfactory Service Rating Report by Department of Civil Service to Irene Morris for duties done at Camp Moore.

 Newspaper article:

  1. Her Job: Unraveling Mysteries of History. September 4, 1977. The Times-Picayune
  2. Masachi Suzuki made honorary citizen of Amite. The News-Digest August 16, 1979.
  3. PQ Park Potential Often overlooked. July 13, 1979.
  4. Park Idea has commission down slide. August 10, 1978.
  5. Colonial Dames Aid Museums. May 18, 1977
  6. Harvey and Minnie Lou Hutchinson work hard with Fair. Sept 29, 1978.
  7. Pike Solons Disagree with Park Decision. August 10, 1978
  8. Edwards Vetoes Traffic Violator Bill. July 10, 1977
  9. Antebellum Home Purchased by State. Jan 5, 1978
  10. Jimmie Davis Guitar Taken from Arts, Science Museum. July 1978
  11. Houlterville to Hum Again. August 13, 1978. The Times Picayune.
  12. The Asphodel Enterprise. Fall-Winter 1977.
  13. First Place - The Legend of Halimah
  14. Second Place - Kentwood Lions Club
  15. Debbie Wasson and Mrs. E.E. Bahm
  16. DAR April Meeting
  17. The News-Digest “Grave of 15 year-old Confederate soldier” Sept.1974
  18. Tangi Talk “Thank you Mrs. Irene” Oct. 1977 (2 copies).
  19. Kentwood Ledger Photo from article dated May 1974.
  20. Kentwood Ledger “State Officials at Camp Moore” May 1977. (2 copies).
  21. “Camp Moore: and asset has been underdeveloped”
  22. Kentwood News article Oct.1977
  23. Kentwood Ledger “Mrs. Irene Morris was guest speaker for DAR and UDC chapters.
  24. Article on Camp Moore
  25. Tangi Talk “Mrs. Morris gives program on ‘Confederate Railroads’ Feb.1979.
  26. Kentwood News “Mrs. Irene Morris speaks to group in Ponchatoula” Sept. 1978.
  27. “Curator of Camp Moore lectures” April 1978.
  28. “Mrs. Morris to speak to DAR” April 1978.
  29. “UDC chooses delegates” April 1978 (2 copies).
  30. “Curator Details History of Camp Moore” (2 copies).
  31. “Mrs. Morris to speak” (2 copies).
  32. Kentwood Ledger “UDC meeting held at Camp Moore recently” Mar. 1978.
  33. “UDC visits Camp Moore, Louisiana” April 1978.
  34. Kentwood News “Mrs. Irene Morris presented Plate used by Confederate Soldiers” Dec. 1976.
  35. “Spedale to speak at U.D.C. meeting”
  36. “Action at Camp Moore on request for parking” May 1977.
  37. Kentwood Ledger “Camp Moore: an asset has been underdeveloped” May 1977 (2 copies).

 

File Folder 11

White folder- Contains newspaper articles and pictures from the year 1977-78. On the back of the folder is labeled the newspaper articles that are inside.

 

File Folder 12

       Manilla Folder: Newspaper Articles

  1. Meeting scheduled for Retired Teachers Ass’n.
  2. Picture of Mr. WK. K. Irwin
  3. We the People March 19, 1976
  4. Bicentennial Celebrations n Southwest States have Spanish Accent. The Times Picayune November 23, 1975
  5. Spanish Louisian Our Revolutionary Ally
  6. The Hidden Monarchy. November 3, 1975.
  7. State Arts Debate Flares. September 13, 1974.
  8. Ceremony set at Mint. September 7, 1975.
  9. U.S Mint is dubbed landmark. September 8, 1975.
  10. Edwards Supports move to make Wildlife Uit Major Department.
  11. Panel Tentatively sets Meeting to Work on Reorganization Bill
  12. Capitalizes May 18, 1975
  13. Jackson Square: Anxiety behind the Scenes. April 6, 1975
  14. Bicentennial Notes. April 2 1975
  15. “Loyal Colony” Is Topic of Benton For Coffee Held by Woman’s Club. March 7, 1975
  16. Patriot Oliver Pollock Paid the Bills.
  17. Galvez, Pollock Aided Revolution. The Times Picayune October 5, 1975.
  18. Oliver Pollock is Club Program. July 25, 1975
  19. Louisiana Helped Americans to Win. November 3, 1974.
  20. American Revolution Aided by Orleanians. April 13, 1975.
  21. Mississippi In the Revolution : Closing Year. July 6, 1975.
  22. Revolutionary Hero gets Late Plaudits. November 17, 1974.
  23. The Centennials Invisible man.
  24. Bicentennial Almanac of Ls.
  25. District DAR chapters Hld Sunday Luncheon; Dedicate Galvez Plaque.
  26. El Camino Real for Everyone

           

            Insert 1:

  1. Business cards: S.C. Mukhopahdyay, Dr. D.K. Gupta
  2. Picture (?)
  3. Kentwood Rotary Bulletin March 21, 1975
  4. Club Brings Students to Orleans. The Times Picayune. April 18, 1975.
  5. McComb Rotary’s Visitors from India. May 1, 1975.

 

            Insert 2:

  1. Wedding Anniversary invitation
  2. Miss Morris to wed Mr. Titus on October 8.
  3. Rev. And Mrs. Purvis honored by reception.
  4. Annual Fall Historical Tour is Next Week End at Natchitoches

           

            Insert 3:

  1. Out in the Woods
  2. My short, happy career in used books by Jane Goyer
  3. Residents trying to save oak
  4. The mansion Restaurant and manna book & gift shop
  5. Ship Passenger lists and Genealogical Reference
  6. Election ‘77. The states-Item September 8, 1977
  7. Bridesmaids luncheon honors Miss Morris. October 6, 1977

    8. Retired teachers meet at Camp Moore for first session. October 6, 1977

  1. Stork shower honors Mrs. Ponder
  2. Faulkner’s Cry to Preserve South’s Wilderness Recalled. The Times Picayune September 25, 1977
  3. Social Life of White House Families
  4. A Culinary Curiosity. September 18, 1977
  5. Pilgrimage Participants entertained at Coffee
  6. Kentwood Social Notes
  7. National President Discusses Music Club Projects of Year
  8. Lake yields war cannon
  9. Natchitoches Abstracts Invaluable to Researchers. September 25, 1977
  10. Young Lady stepped off coach into forest uptown in 1865. The Times Picayune September 25, 1977
  11. Nostalgia, Genealogy Boom Revive Ancestral Portraits. The Times Picayune September ? 1977
  12. Kentwood Social Notes
  13. Turning over a New Leaf

 

File Folder 13

    1. Newspaper Articles

                        Dedicate International Boundary

                        To dedicate historic boundary marker Saturday

                        Historical markers Placed at international boundaries

                        To dedicate marker Nov. 9

                        Historic Origins

                        Manchac marker Missed Found

  1. Letter to J. P Morriss from Louis Brasfield

                       

Folder 14

            News clippings from 1977; Louisiana History Newsletter 1977

 

Folder 15

            News clippings and correspondence from 1976

 

Folder 16

            Newsclippings and correspondence from 1976

           

           

Folder 17

            Bicentennial - newsclippings, magazine articles, etc.

 

           

Folder 18

            DAR and other miscellaneous items - Newsclippings, correspondence, notes

 

Box 4

Folder 1: Kentwood High Fire

  1. News paper articles about the Kentwood High Fire (3)

 

Folder 2: Awards and Certificates

  1. C-Span book notes 10 year gold paper clip
  2. Order of the Eastern Star honorary member certificates (1974)
  3. Honorary member certificate (1957)
  4. Delegate Pin from the 60th Annual “Lucky Jewel Session” (1959)
  5. 55th Annual O.E.S. Chapter “Friendship and happiness session delegate ribbon (1954)
  6. Order of the Eastern Star honorary member certificate (1958)
  7. Order of the Eastern Star award of Grand Ruth (1958-1959)
  8. Order of the Eastern Star award of being a member of 50 years (1996)
  9. Guaranty Bank and Trust CO. certificate for presence (1958)
  10. Grand Chapter of Louisiana Order of the Eastern Star certificate of Grand Matron (1954)
  11. Order of the Eastern Star certificate of Grand Representative of New Mexico (1962)

 

Folder 3: St. Helena Island, S.C

  1. “Historic Dig Starts Right on Eight Hole”.
  2. “U.S. Gullah Culture Direct Tie to Africa” (1975).
  3. “Sea Isle Blacks Formed Colony”.
  4. “Exhibit Details History of Black Funeral Customs” (1989).
  5. “South Carolina’s Movie Star” (1994).
  6. “Island Blacks Strive to Save Their Heritage” (1987).
  7. “Prof ‘Ecstatic’ at Unearthing of S.C. Colony” (1979).
  8. “Oldest U.S. Museum Beginning New Era” (1980).
  9. “Where is Jesus’ Tomb?”
  10. “U.S. 76 Bridge Repairs Create 5-Mile Backups” (1991).
  11. The Charlotte Observer. “At St. Helena, a Decaying Treasure” (1991). – (2)
  12. Helena Island Article/Small Map – (2)
  13. “A Historic District in South Carolina Struggles to Preserve Black History” (1991).
  14. The Charlotte Observer. “Center Hopes to Save Buildings and Its Past”.

 

Folder 4: Obituaries

  1. O. Morris (1939)
  2. Eva H. Rayborn (1994) – (2)
  3. Dorthy B. Bewer (1989)
  4. Susan Lucinda Redmon (1989) – (2)
  5. Arrie Boyd (1987) – (2)
  6. Carrie McKee (1977)
  7. Willie Boyd Alexander (1989)
  8. Otis L. Bardwell (1992)
  9. Frances H. Harrison (1989)
  10. Jesse Lanie Greer (1999)
  11. Helen B. Jordan (2000)
  12. Charlene L. Bardwell (1992) – (2)
  13. Robert C. Bardwell (1999)
  14. Tempie C. Fenn (1915)
  15. Otis L. Fenn
  16. Orion L. Hupperich (1999)
  17. Hazel Loflin (1973)
  18. Zeke Loflin (1983)
  19. Estelle Dykes Shaw (2005) – (2)
  20. Ambrose ‘Jeanette’ White
  21. Doris Shaw Yarbrough (1992)
  22. Blanche B. Sanders (1998)
  23. Paul Boyd (1997)
  24. Ottie Simmons (1986)
  25. L. ‘Buster’ Klotz (1985)
  26. Peggy Leggett (1984)
  27. Dannie Lee Tate Brock (1983)
  28. Lucie Lampton Shipp (Aug 12)
  29. Dorthy N. Degler (1985)
  30. Curtis J. Simmons (1985)
  31. Jesse James Price (1985)
  32. Emile T. Kalil Sr. (1987)
  33. Robert Sherrill Hail Jr. (1991)
  34. Mavin Easley (1992)
  35. Mary Agnes Flory (1953)
  36. Bernell E. Simmons (2006) – (2)
  37. Slater Brown
  38. Marvin E. Easley (1912)
  39. Mary Jo Waller Cutrer (2005)
  40. Juanita Conerly Peters(1992)
  41. Zola R. Allen (1992)
  42. Nellie Victoria Bateman King (1992)
  43. James Hubert Brown Jr. (2006)
  44. Glairs Shaw (1966)
  45. Lorena White Phillips (1992)

 

Folder 5: Order of the Eastern Star

  1. “4-day Meet Planned by La. OES Group”.
  2. “OES Group Attended Reception Held in Shreveport”.
  3. The Shreveport Journal. “Grand Officers of OES Pay Official Visit” (1958).
  4. “OES Members Receive Honors”.
  5. “Local OES Officers Attend Meeting of Chapter Over the State”.
  6. “Mrs. Beauchamp is Worthy of Myrtle Celeste Chapter” (1958).
  7. “O.E.S. News”.
  8. “Mrs. Lake Holland Elected and Installed Associate Grand Matron of Louisiana Grand Chapter OES” (1958).
  9. “Mrs. Art Lucky Installed as Worthy Grand Matron, OES” (1958).
  10. “Order of Rainbow Initiates Three”.
  11. “Grand Officers of OES to be Installed Tonight”.
  12. “Chapter of OES in Clinton Instituted”.
  13. News paper article about the Pearl Club meeting at an OES chapter.
  14. “O.E.S. Honors – Pearl S. Holland”.
  15. “Ira Chapter OES Honors – Mrs. Pearl Holland”.
  16. “Mrs. Holland Honored by Eastern Star”.
  17. “Pearl Holland Club Holds Pearl Holland Breakfast on March 26”.
  18. “Program Fetes- Mrs. Pearl S. Holland”.
  19. “Mrs. Lake Holland honored at Breakfast in New Orleans”.
  20. “Mrs. Lake Holland Elected and Installed Associate Grand Matron of Louisiana Grand Chapter OES”.
  21. “Attend Official OES Inspections”.
  22. “Mrs. Ida B. Fuller honored at OES Dinner Saturday”.
  23. “Greensburg Party Enjoy- Three Day Trip”.
  24. “W.T. Ott Chapter Installs Matron”.
  25. News paper article about the Cary Room.
  26. Helena Echo. “Oes Grand Officers Honored at Reception Wednesday Night” and “Mrs. Lake Holland was installed as Worthy Grand Matron of Grand Chapter Oder of the Eastern Star” (1958).
  27. “o.e.s. State Officers Listed” (1958).
  28. Photo and article of the officers of Grand Chapter of Louisiana Order of the Eastern Star.
  29. “Walter T. Ott OES Celebrates Anniversary” (1977).
  30. “Officers are elected by OES Chapter”.
  31. “Ira Chapter to Honor Mrs. Morris”.
  32. Photo and caption at a reception at the Calvery Baptist Church.
  33. “Program honors Mrs. Irene Morris”. – (2)
  34. “Eastern Star Meets in Greensburg Chapter of O.E.S.” (1954).
  35. “Worthy Grand Matron Visits Greensburg Chapter of O.E.S. (1954)
  36. “W.G.M. Official Visit to O.E.S” (1954).
  37. “Eastern Star”.
  38. The St. Helens Echo. “Worthy Grand Matron Visits Greensburg Chapter of O.E.S.” (1954).
  39. “New Eastern Star Chapter Instituted in Colorful; Ceremonies Friday Evening”. – (2)
  40. “O.E.S. Deputy Grand Matron”.
  41. “Eastern Star Chapter had District Guest”.
  42. “State Chapter of OES will pick officers”.
  43. “Mrs. William Ash Fetes At Large Garden Party by Five OES Chapters”.
  44. “Eastern Star Order to Hold Instruction Here”.
  45. Photo honoring Mrs. William Ash (1954).
  46. News paper article about a group of Eastern Stars who attended the school of instruction.
  47. “Fern Leaf Chapter Celebrates Fifteenth Anniversary Monday”.
  48. “Mrs. K. B. Alford Honored by OES”.
  49. “Masons and Eastern Stars Held Joint Installation Ceremonies Monday Night”.
  50. “Waller T. Ott Chapter 217 OES Installed Officers”.
  51. “o.e.s. School of Instruction Held at Kentwood, Saturday, May 29” (1954)
  52. “Grand Matron to Visit BR Eastern Star Chapter”.
  53. “Mrs. J, Polk Morris, Jr. Appointed District Grand Mason” (1954). – (2)
  54. “Joint Installation Held by Kentwood Masons and Eastern Stars”.
  55. “Mrs. J.P. Morris Jr. District Mason” (1954).
  56. Photo and article about new officers installed by the Eastern Star.
  57. “Pays Visit to Ott Chapter, OES” (1954).
  58. “Irene Morris, Grand Matron, Makes Official Visit to IRA Chapter No.84”.
  59. News paper article about Mrs., Morris wearing a yellow formal.
  60. News paper article about Kentwood people visiting sister Irene Morris District Deputy Grand Matron of district 25.
  61. “Program Tea honors Mrs. Irene R. Morris at Kentwood OES”.
  62. “Ira Chapter OES Holas Joint Celebrations Last Thursday Night”.
  63. “Ira Chapter, O.E.S. Observes Its Anniversary, honors Mrs. Holland”.
  64. “Irene Morris Visits Camellia Chapter No. 142”.
  65. “Eastern Star to Hold a School and 175 Attend O.E.S. Official School”. (1954).

 

Folder 6: Taylor Horn

  1. Photo of Taylor Horn during Music Video with caption.
  2. Photo of Taylor Horn and parents with caption.
  3. The Sunday Star. “Singer, Song Writer Horn Receiving Media Notice”.
  4. The Kentwood Ledger. “Horn Completes Filming of PBS Program”.

 

Folder 7: Laura Lynne Covington

  1. Photo with Caption about Covington being selected for LSU Golden Girls Team.
  2. The Kentwood News Ledger. “Laura Lynne Covington and Brad Matthews unite in Marriage”.

 

Folder 8: Montecito Diary by Judith Ishkanian

  1. “Every Stone Can Tell a Story of Italian Craftsmanship”.
  2. “Pets are Easy Dinning for Coyotes”.
  3. “Global Journey Starts, Ends Here”.
  4. “How to Keep Your Pet Safe on Fourth of July”.
  5. “A Great View, with no Noise Complaints”. – (2)
  6. “Life Passes Along, One Haircut at a Time”.

 

Folder 9: Britney Spears and Family

  1. “Women Rule Summer’s Music” (2010).
  2. “Spears Tells ‘OK’ That She’s More Than Ok Being a Mother and Aunt”.
  3. “Nyla’s Has Reputation as Spears’ Border Burger Hangout” (2005).
  4. “Britney Looks Forward to 30”.
  5. “Olympian Piano Man” (2008).
  6. “A Boost for Britney, Saints” (2008).
  7. “Spears, Fedrline Settle Custody Case; Pop star to pay more Support” (2008).
  8. The Advocate. “Openly Gay Bishop Discusses His Civil Union” (2008).
  9. The Advocate. “AWK-ward! Two Syllables Can How Sum up Complex Negative Experiences”.
  10. The Clarion Ledger. “Troubled Singer Likes Latest Role” (2008).
  11. “Spears’ Louisiana Neighbors Say Return to Hometown Would Help” (2008).
  12. “Friend Says Jamie Spears has a Baby Girl” (2008).
  13. “Photographer Accused of Stalking Younger Spears” (2008).
  14. The Daily Star. “Britney Looks Forward to 30” (2011).
  15. “Spears Looks Set to Appear on ‘Glee’” (2010).
  16. “Spears to Open MTV Video Music Awards” (2008).
  17. Scott, Walter. “Personality Parade” (2005).
  18. The Kentwood News Ledger. “2005 Louisiana Young Heroes Honored”. – (2)
  19. The Clarion Ledger. “Want to Find The Real Britney? Go to Nyla’s” (2002). – (2)
  20. Question and Answer. “I say it’s Britney Spears” (2005).
  21. Question and Answer. “Britney Spears was 16” (2005).
  22. “Spears’ Reality Show to Air May 17 on UPN” (2005).
  23. The clarion Ledger. “K-Fed Hopes to Come out of Britney’s Shadow as a Rapper” (2006).
  24. “Worst Dressed” Spears Tops List” (2006).
  25. The clarion Ledger. “Spears Still NO. 1 on Yahoo’s List” (2005).
  26. The clarion Ledger. “Frangran: Consider Tastes” (2005).
  27. “A Dose of ‘Reality’: The Britney Beat Goes on and on and on” (2005).
  28. “Spears: Homes Movies Used; Move Over, Jessica, Britney has Arrived” (2005).
  29. “Celebs Turning to Blogs to Release their News” (2005).
  30. “Blog Post E-mail: Brit’s Friends worry” (2007).
  31. Hot List: Divorce Capitals. “Britney Spears and Her First Hubby, Jason, Became Nevada Statistics in 2004” (2006).
  32. “Come back to Louisiana, Britney” (2008).
  33. Hot Stuff. “Brit: Baby on the brain” (20094.
  34. Photo in Santa Monica, CA of Britney Spears (2004).
  35. Campbell, Cynthia. “Franklinton Well-Suited for Countryside Touring” (2004).
  36. “Judge Delays Ruling on Spears’ Libel Suit” (2006).
  37. US Magazine. “Did she Betray Him?”
  38. News Marker. “Fighting the Battle of Britney” (2002).
  39. The Clarion Ledger. “Eatery Name Means Much to Spears” (2002).
  40. Magnolia Gazette. “Nyla’s Hits the Big Apple” (2002).
  41. “Taking a Ride: Will Team Britney be a Winner for Nascar?” (2002).
  42. “Nyla’s: Kentwood Museum Features Awards and Re-Creation of Britney’s Childhood Bedroom”.
  43. Montealo Journal. Fiste, Thedain “Coming and Going”.
  44. The Advocate. “Spears Family Offers Lessons in Judgment” (2008).
  45. “Spears give fans less a VMA’s and “Out-of –Shape Singer Puts on Lackluster Performance” (2007).
  46. Deutsch, Linda. The Advocate. “No decision in Spears’ Custody Bid” (2007).
  47. The Clarion Ledger. “Lopez Gives Birth to Boy and Girl” (2008).
  48. “#8 Britney Spears”
  49. “Don’t call it a Comeback” (2007).
  50. The Advocate. “Jamie Spears’ Family Values; $1 Million Baby” (2007).
  51. The Clarion Ledger. “Spears will remain in Hospital” (2008).
  52. The Clarion Ledger. “Spears taken to hospital for Help”.
  53. The Clarion Ledger. “Brittney makes quiet exit from Hospital” (2008).
  54. The Clarion Ledger. “Spears family says ‘Dr. Phil’ crossed the line by talking about Britney” (2008).
  55. The Advocate. “Jamie Spears in limbo on ‘Zoey 101” (2007).
  56. “Spears family business model” (2008).
  57. The Advocate. “Despite ado, Kentwood loves Spears” (2008).
  58. “Kentwood, home of Britney Spears, still loves her despite her problems” (2008).
  59. The Advocate. “Spears committed again” (2008).
  60. “Spears”
  61. “Spear’s troubles worth big money to media” (2008).
  62. “Jamie Lynn Spears to lead Osyka parade” (2005).
  63. Lynch, Lorrie. “Who’s News” (2007).
  64. Rodger, Larry. The Clarion Ledger. “Spear’s Latest album as messy as personal life”. (2007).
  65. Conen, Sandy. “Britney ice skates after filing for divorce” and “Britney files for divorce” (2006).
  66. “To sexy to be defamed” (2006).
  67. The Clarion Ledger. “Spears, in standoff, hospitalized”.
  68. “Good Morning, Louisiana” (2006).
  69. The Clarion Ledger. “Spears wins worst dog owner title” (2006).
  70. “Mom: Britney just figured things out” (2007).
  71. “Britney Spears Spills Story to Magazine” (2007).
  72. The Advocate. “Spears says she’s eager to do concerts again” (2006).
  73. The Clarion Ledger. “My mom is going to be so upset” (2007).
  74. The Advocate. “Spears sues after insurers reject $9.8 million claim” (2005).
  75. Spears gives photo of baby, interview to people magazine” (2005).
  76. The Daily Star. “Britney Apologizes for attacking car with umbrella” (2007).
  77. Millard, Pauline M. “Spears adds novelist to resume” (2001).
  78. The Advocate. “Pregnant Spears nearly bares all” (2006).
  79. Hoffman, Allison. The Clarion Ledger. “Britney’s club appearance marks 1st performance in nearly 3 years” (2007).
  80. “Britney, Smith show sometimes we need a village to help” (2007).
  81. Bream, Jon “Pop music endured another year of upheaval” (2008).
  82. “Spears calls world ‘cruel’ (2007).
  83. The Clarion Ledger. “Salon owner lists Spears’ hair on ebay” (2007).
  84. “‘Gimme more’ riding on music charts” (2007).
  85. “Spears gets tv gig as sitcom guest star” (2008).
  86. The Clarion Ledger. “Trim and fit Brit makes surprise visit” (2006).
  87. Shapiro, Stephanie. “Britney and mom will cash in on this one, you can make book” (2001).
  88. “Brittney’s mom to autograph ‘Heart to heat’ book at KW museum” (2000).
  89. Guerra, Joey. “Brittney comes to Houston”.
  90. The Advocate. “Spears says she’s ill, can’t give deposition” (2007).
  91. Varga, George. “Spears ‘circus’ concert is lively, even if little is live” (2009).
  92. Foster, Mary. “Come back to Louisiana, Britney” (2008).

 

Folder 10: Local Lore and Legend Articles

  1. 472 Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris.

 

Folder 11: Kentwood Ledger Articles

  1. Photograph of “Kentwood Centennial Activities”. 25 February 1993. (2)
  2. Portrait of “Moore and Saddle from 1815 now at Camp Moore”. 24 February 1983.
  3. “A Happy Time” photograph of “five Vernon Sisters”. 17 June 1982.
  4. “Centennial Spirit”. Photograph. 23 January, 1969.
  5. Bonds, Gracie. “Library Gets New Genealogical Research Volume”. Photograph. 17 December 1979.
  6. Photo with caption about hurricane Katrina. 21 September 2005.
  7. Photo of Eddie Richardson and Clay Atkins with caption. 2 September 1992.
  8. “Charley Kuss to Reign as Ninth Dairy Festival King”. 3 June 1998.
  9. “An Open House”. Photograph with caption honoring Lucille Brown.
  10. “Awarded for Excellence”. Photograph with caption. 1982.
  11. Photo with caption about a cock fight; labeled “Charlie Kuss’ family”. 29 May 1979. (2)
  12. Photograph with caption about the garden club Hostesses. 27 February 1967.
  13. Photograph with caption about a banking crew. 13 March 1969.
  14. Photograph with caption entitled “Committee Makes Plans for Centennial Events”. 30 January 1969.
  15. Photograph of “Mr. and Mrs., for the Ladies of Kentwood”.
  16. “Kentwood Manor Resident of the Month Going Home…”.
  17. “Angels of Mercy Bless Kentwood Manor Nursing Home Residents”.
  18. “Kentwood Last to Show Art”. 1 May 1969.
  19. “Kentwood Girl to Display Art at SLC”. 24 April 1969.
  20. Pierce, Sally. “Town Log”. 30 October 1975.
  21. “Memorial day Observance Honors Fallen Heroes”. 3 June 2008.
  22. “Kentwood-Chesbrough Schools to see GM Science Show” and “Design for Centennial Plate”. 13. February 1969.
  23. “Centennial Accelerates…”. 27 February 1969.
  24. Morris, Mrs. J. Polk, Jr. “Be it Known and Remembered, Osyka Notes Given on Early Days”. 20 July 1967.
  25. Photo of: Check from Yester year”.
  26. “Twenty-six years ago”
  27. Morris, Mrs. J.P. “Be it Known and Remembered Dairy of 1861-65”. 14 November 1968.
  28. Photo of “The Fluker Cemetery”. 28 November 1968. (2).
  29. Photograph of “Kentwood Rotary Club Honors Collis B. Temple, Jr.”. 6 June 2007.
  30. Photo with caption about “A Tower of a Man- Collis B. Temple Jr. “. 6 June 2007.
  31. Scott, Liz. Article clippings about “Jim Garrison and the Kennedy Question”. 15 April 1992.
  32. Morris Jr., Mrs. J. Polk. “Be it Known and Remembered Bevlan Church East of Kentwood Owns One Oldest Histories”. 18 May 1967.
  33. “Coach Elton Show Honored at Rotary Banquet” 10 June 2009.
  34. Morris Jr., Mrs. J. Polk. “Be it Known and Remembered, Kentwood Area Families Listed in Book”. 18 May 1967.
  35. “Groups Learn How to Detect Old Glass”. 25 September 1980.
  36. “Camp Moore UDC Holds Robert E. Lee. Luncheon”. 5 February 2003.
  37. “Irma Clines Reties After Serving the Town for More Than 34 Years, Michelle Anthony will Assume Town Clerk Duties” 19 November 2008. (2).

 

Folder 12: Irene’s report cards and school awards

  1. 4 Baton Rouge Business College report cards
  2. 7 Baton Rouge High School report cards
  3. 3 Baton Rouge Junior High School report cards
  4. 4 Convention School report cards
  5. 1 Nicholson School report card
  6. 1 East Baton Rouge Parish High School report card
  7. 1 East Baton Rouge Parish Schools inspection
  8. 3 Baton Rouge Junior High School semester honor roll certificates
  9. 5 State spelling certificates
  10. 3 reading course certificates
  11. 1 Convection School grade promotion certificate
  12. 1 Baton Rouge Junior High School completion certificate
  13. 1 certificate of progress at the Convention School
  14. 1 State High School diploma
  15. Flower Limerick by Irene Reid
  16. Class song words (2 copies)
  17. 2 Signature pages
  18. Louisiana College reunion invite
  19. Baton Rouge High School Call of ’34 program
  20. Kentwood High School program

 

Folder 13: Engagement and Wedding Announcements

  1. Marybeth Bodker to Dick Hall Marchbanks Jr.
  2. Rachel Elizabeth East to Dereck Michael Anderson
  3. Tarra Jean Ballard and Nicholas Ray Tynes
  4. Celesta Carla Converse to bobby Carlton “Robbie” Canton Jr.
  5. Carol Michele Smith to Kevin Fenn Crosby
  6. Heather Maureen McKee to Arthus Edwin Creel Jr.

 

Folder 14: The Advocate Clippings

  1. “First Revenue- Sharing Checks Mailed; Complaints Expected” by Bill Nelkirk on December 9, 1972.
  2. “Bertman the Innovator inducted into Hall” by George Watson on July 5, 2006
  3. “Mr. Powell Casey is Guest Speaker at Woman’s Clubhouse Function”. 10 Jan 1966.
  4. “Authority Lectures here on Battle of New Orleans” by Carol Judice. 15 Jan 1970.
  5. “Former Executive Right at Home in Shoe Shop” by Bill Holtman”. 17 July 1983.
  6. “Roemer: Brilab has been Costly”. 20 November 1984.
  7. “Tim Cundiff Explains how he makes Glaze”. By Shirley Benton. 27 July 1987.
  8. “Quest for Perfection” by Annabelle Armstrong”. 25 February 2007.
  9. “N.O. Businessman lived haunted life after Kennedy Case”. 4 August 1996.
  10. “Clay Shaw Lived in Luxury as Witty, Cultivated Man”. 3 March 1957.
  11. “Jim Garrison’s Scenario Finds New Following” by Kevin McGill. 10 December 1988.
  12. “Lindy Boggs Testifies at JFK Records Hearing” by Joe Gyan Jr. 29 January 1995.
  13. “Prosecutor’s Star Witness in Trail of Clay Shaw Dies”. 18 August 1995.
  14. “BR Gallery to Open Fall Season”. By Barbara King. 3 September 1972.
  15. “Liberty Jubilee Marks 150 Years for Miss. City”. 29 April 1959.
  16. “LSU Press Staff Members: Ellegood and Wentworth”. 26 September 2010.
  17. “The Dutchman’s Scrapbook”. By David Smith. 11 September 2003.
  18. “Summit Celebrates Sesquicentennial”. 17 April 2008. (2 copies).

 

Folder 16: Magnolia Gazette

  1. Photos of Men playing instruments. 13 September 2007.
  2. “Young Artists in the Making”. 20 December 2007.
  3. “Library”
  4. “Snippets an Organist Rant”. By Beth Jacks. 7 June 2007.
  5. “Silver Creek Church Dedicates New Home” by Reverend Pat Bourg. 13 April 2000.
  6. “Magnolia Gazette” and “Magnolia Celebrates 150th Birthday”. 2 November 2006.
  7. “Magnolia Gazette”. 9 November 2006. (2 copies).
  8. “1856 Sesquicentennial Edition 2006”. 30 November 2006.

 

Folder 17: The Times Picayune Articles

  1. “Mrs. Edwin X. Deverges”. 19 May 1978.
  2. “Final Judgment” by Iris Kelso. 25 October 1992.
  3. “Schizophrenia Defies Reason” by Peter H. Brown. 1 July 1973.
  4. “The 20-story Window”. By Robert Steiner. 15 February 1976.
  5. “More Treasures from a Mississippi Eccentric”. 7 February 1988.
  6. “How Little Beaufort got into the Picture” by Cheryl Blackerby”. 20 November 1994.
  7. “A Visit with a Remarkable ‘Lady who Makes Quilts and Rugs’”. By Mary E. Mebane. 18 July 1976.
  8. You Ain’t Seen Nothing ‘Til You’ve Seen This Dictionary’” by Timothy Harper. 3 December 1978.
  9. “Louisiana Ancestors” by Damon Veach. 18 May 1980.
  10. “Showdown in Klan Country” by Lawrence N. Powell. 13 August 200.
  11. “The Garrison Probe”. 15 December 1991.

 

Folder 18: Tangipahoa News Clippings

  1. “Scholarship Donation” with picture. 16 December 1997.
  2. “Centennial Planning” with photo. 30 January 1969.
  3. “Garden of the Month” with picture.
  4. “Dr. Samuel Hyde Jr. : ‘It’s time to learn the lessons of history’”. By Bill Irwin. 4 December 1996.
  5. “Our Tangipahoa History”. February 1997” (2 Copies).

 

Folder 19: Macomb Enterprise Journal Articles

  1. Photo of “Price Awarded Scholarship”. 8 November 1988.
  2. Photo with article of “Officers of Colonial Dames XVII”. 31 January 1985.
  3. “Brumfield Managing Editor”. 29 August 1978.
  4. Photo of Homes and Churches in McComb, MS.
  5. Photo with Caption Entitled “New Restaurant in Town”.
  6. Photo with caption about the “C.A. McGinney Home”.
  7. Photo of Mayor and First Lady McKinney”.
  8. Photo entitled “A More Picturesque Place in America cannot be found”.
  9. “Brelands are Fond of Holmesuille Life Are Former Teachers” 1953.
  10. Photo of Rodney Barr with Registered Jersey Cow.
  11. Photo of Mayor and Mrs. Robert Girling “The Mayor and First Lady of Holmesuille”.
  12. “Lighty Left Imprint on Education” by Bess Simmons. 1979.
  13. Photo of Bess Simmons with caption.
  14. “Couple Compiles Pike Inscriptions” by Bess Simmons. January 28th.
  15. “Honored by Women’s Group” photo. 22 September 1980.
  16. “Begin Library Week with a Stroll”. 4 April 1989.
  17. “Old Cemetery Information Sought” by Bess Simmons. 19 May 1977.
  18. “Last Call for Old Cemeteries” by Bess Simmons. 1971.
  19. “Pages from Being Ripped from McComb Scene”
  20. “Old State Street Bridge Soon to be replaced”.
  21. “Those were the Days my Friends…”
  22. “Vision, Dedication Build an Institution”. March 9, 1978.
  23. “Pontchartrain: Much to Delight Nature Lovers” by Ernest Herndon. 27 April 1997.
  24. “Outdoors” by Ernest Herndon. 27 April 1997.
  25. “Col. H.S. McComb’s Descendant to Arrive” by Janice Fortenberry. 24 April 1997.
  26. “City’s Founder was a Self-made Success” by Janice Fortenberry. 24 April 1997.
  27. “McComb”.
  28. “Civil Rights C.C. Bryant, Alyene Quin Recall Turbulent 1960’s”. by Charles Dunain. 24 April 1997.
  29. “1961: 1-55 Opens Through City”. 24 April 1997.
  30. “John Lopinto is the enterprise- Journal’s Father of the Year” by Dawn Fortenberry. 15 June 2003.
  31. “Classical Guitarist to Perform Thursday” by Robin Miller. 10 February 1989.
  32. “Lives of three Future Governors Entangled by Two McComb Births” by Sandra Nettles. 4 August 1989.
  33. “X.A. Kramer among most Colorful of McComb’s Citizens” by Glenda Sloan. 4 August 1989.
  34. “ICRR to Maten Funds for Train” by Jack Ryan. 1 March 1989.
  35. “Couple Married 50 Years”. 8 March 1989.
  36. “Initiated” 14 June 1978.
  37. “Masonic Officers Installed”. 15 January 1979.
  38. “McComb School Computer Center’s still unique” by Carolyn Rickered. 21 August 1983.
  39. “Kentwood Life Bears Saving, Historian Says” by Jack Ryan. 25 March 1994.
  40. “It is really a girl” by Betty Brumfield. 10 November 1982.
  41. “Searching the Past” by Betty Brumfield. 24 July 1980.
  42. “Special Section Inside”.
  43. “E-J Advertising Director Otis Bardwell Presents…” 22 December 1987.
  44. “Could This Really Be “Valerie Grant’ at E-J? ” 1 September 1978.
  45. “East McComb W.M.U. Honors Longtime Member of Groups”. 12 September 1978.
  46. “MHS Class of 1935-36 has Reunion”. 18 June 1975.
  47. “Retiring”. 17 April 1981.
  48. “McComb High School Class of 1929 Celebrates 50th Anniversary” 23 May 1979.
  49. “Bicentennial Exhibit at Gallery”. 15 July 1976.
  50. “Billings to Speak” 20 February 1987.
  51. “Salute to railroad at Gallery on Sunday”. 8 July 1876.
  52. “Word Researchers Mapping American Language” by Nancy Kenney. 21 May 1980.

 

Folder 20: Program of activities/Itineraries/Pamphlets

  1. “President’s festival of faculty performances” SLU. July 1981 (2 Copies).
  2. “School of Instruction” O.E.S. District 25. 29 May 1954. (2 Copies).
  3. “School of Instruction” O.E.S. District 18. 15 June 1947.
  4. “In Remembrance of Jesse Lanie Greer”. 10 May 1999.
  5. “Memorial Service for James Polk Morris, Jr.”. 24 May 1990. (2 Copies).
  6. “42nd Street Tony Award Winner Best Musical Revival”. April 2005.
  7. “Kentwood Music Club: Observance of National Music Week”. May 1972. (2 Copies).
  8. “First Baptist Church of Kentwood”. 18 September 1960.
  9. “Paul R. Burkhardt and H. Morgan Holman Jr. to Attend American Music”. 27 January 1988.
  10. “Itinerary” 17 September 1987.
  11. “The Emersonian: Confessions of a Male Chauvinist”. 9 October 1977.
  12. “Second Annual Deep Delta Civil War Symposium”. June 1988.
  13. “The Gregg Smith Singers”1988.
  14. “Plane Schedules” August 1988.
  15. “What is a Truck Tour? Itinerary”. January 11.
  16. “The Tangipahoa United Methodist Church” 30 June 1974. (2 copies).
  17. “Johnston Collegiate Institute” Greensburg, LA. 1897-98.
  18. “Museum Welcome World’s Fair Visitors: Confederate”
  19. “Retired Ministers Homes United Methodist Church: Louisiana Conference”. September.
  20. “Terry’s Creek Baptist church”. 21 July 1996.
  21. “First Baptist Church of Amite”.
  22. “Bethel Baptist Church of Kentwood”. 4 May 1947.
  23. “District 15 O.E.S. invites for official inspection”.
  24. “Dorothy Anne Day Invites to joint Installation of 1959 Officers”.
  25. “Subordinate Chapters of Louisiana, O.E.S. in Lecompte”. 28 May 1959.
  26. “Installation of Grand Officers 1959-60”. 25 March 1959.
  27. “Installation Program”. 17 December 1957.
  28. “Installation of Officers at St. Albans Chapter O.E.S.” 18 December 1957.
  29. “Program tea honoring Mrs. Irene R. Morris- Grand Ruth”. 1 June 1958.
  30. “Official Visit of Arran H. Culver worthy Grand Matron to District 25”. 3 October 1954.
  31. “Program Honoring Arran Culver”. 3 October 1954.
  32. “Official Visit Program”.
  33. “Worthy Grand Matron and Worthy Grand Patron, why have you come here”.
  34. “School of Instruction of District 29 O.E.S.”/ 27 June 1954.
  35. “Program for School of Instruction District 24”. 22 May 1954.
  36. “School of Instruction of District 26 O.E.S.” 30 May 1954.
  37. “School of Instruction, District 30, O.E.S.”. 17 July 1954.
  38. “Extra: School of Instruction- District 23 O.E.S.”. 26 June 1954.
  39. “Program for Obligation Night”.
  40. “Ceremony for ‘Obligation Night’”. July 1913.
  41. “The ‘Gay Ninety’ Debutantes Invite you…” 9 November 1954.
  42. “What Saith the Stars? Think”. November 20.
  43. “Invitation to Convey”.
  44. “Arran H. Culver”. 1954.
  45. “Official Program: Fifty- Sixth Annual ‘Scroll and Baton Session’”. 21-23 March 1955.
  46. “Program: Official Visit of W.G.M. Districts 23 and 24”. 31 July 1954.
  47. “Districts 23 and 24 O.E.S. Invite to visit of Mrs. Arran H. Culver”. 31 July 1954.
  48. “S.S. Culver Holiday Cruise”. 31 July 1954.
  49. “School of Instruction District 26 O.E.S.”. 31 May 1953.
  50. “School of Instruction District 26 O.E.S.”. 33 May 1954.
  51. “Official Visit of Worthy Grand Matron, Arran H. Culver”.
  52. “Official Visit to District 26 of W.G.M.”. 23 October.
  53. “School of Instruction District 28 O.E.S.”. 15 May 1954.
  54. “School of Instruction District 25 O.E.S.”. 22 May 1953.
  55. “West minister Presbyterian Church, MS”. 12 September 1993.
  56. “Sesqui-Centennial: Historical Pageant of Amite Country, Liberty, MS”. 30 April 1959.
  57. “The Amite Centennial Pageant- 1961 ‘Our Treasured Past’”. (2 Copies).
  58. “O.E.S. chapter No. 84 Installation of Officers”. 1989.
  59. “Kentwood Fair and Bazaar”. 20 and 21 November 1914.
  60. “Official Visit of Virginia Jenkins, WGM accompanied by Floyd Bradley, WGP – District 18 – Fern Leaf Chapter 24”. 7 July 2001. (2 copies).
  61. “The First Grade of Kentwood High school requests you presence at their graduation in auditorium”. 6 April.
  62. “Class of 1938 Kentwood High School – 40th Reunion” 17 July 1978.
  63. “Graduation Exercises, Kentwood High School”. 24-29 May 1953.
  64. “The Senior class of the Kentwood High School presents Class Night”. 17 May 1957.
  65. “Tenth Annual Banquet honoring The Kentwood Football Team at Kentwood High School”. 14 January 1957.
  66. “Kentwood High School class of 1930 Reunion”. 31 May 1975.
  67. “1940-1992”.
  68. “50th Reunion – Kentwood High School”.
  69. “Kentwood High School Class of 1955”. 9 august 1975.
  70. “Dedication Ceremony, Jewel M. Summer High School” 18 August 1981. (2 copies)
  71. “Easter, He is Risen”. 1948. (2 copies).
  72. “Christmas- Kentwood Baptist Church”. 1947. (2 copies).
  73. “The Christmas Chronicles, A Christmas musical for children by John Jacobson and Roger Emerson. Presented by The Children’s Choir Ministry of First Baptist Church, Kentwood, LA”. 8 December 2002.
  74. “Senior Class Play”. 12 May.
  75. “Grand concert”. 15 December.
  76. “Graduation Exercises, Kentwood High School”. 27 May and 1 June 1956.
  77. “Greensburg Chapter number 158 O.E.S. Installation of Officers”. 8 January 1980.

 

Folder 21: Letters and Cards from Elizabeth “Libby”

  1. 15 handwritten letters
  2. 6 cards

 

Folder 22: Letters from Clarke Forrest

  1. 9 handwritten letters from Clark Forrest

 

Folder 23: Various cards- not specifically addressed

  1. 80 cards and invitations

 

Folder 24: Letters and Cards from Helen Cobb

  1. 5 cards
  2. 26 handwritten letters

 

Folder 25: Letters from Morgan Chapman

  1. 3 typed letters
  2. 1 handwritten letter

 

Folder 26: Letters and cards from Joe and Betty

  1. 4 handwritten letters from Betty
  2. 4 typed letters from Betty
  3. 4 cards from Betty
  4. 7 typed letters from Joe

 

Folder 27: Letters and cards from Colvin and Jerry

  1. 3 handwritten letters from Colvin
  2. 14 typed letters from Colvin
  3. 9 handwritten letters from Jerry
  4. 5 cards from Jerry and Colvin
  5. 3 typed letters from Jerry

 

Folder 28: Letters and cards from Michael Reid

  1. 3 typed letters
  2. 2 handwritten letters
  3. 5 cards

 

Folder 29: Letters to and from Frances

  1. 3 typed letters
  2. 1 handwritten letter

 

Folder 30: Thetus Fenn Certifications

  1. 3 teacher state licenses

 

Folder 31: Bogalusa, LA 1920 Hospital Pictures (7 items)

Folder 32: Tourist Attraction– Bonnie Brook Park (29 items)

            Publication– Kewpiesta Kourier

                                    Vol XVI  No. 1  Spring 1994

            Cookbook– Rose Ozark Recipes

                        From the ear of Rose O’Neil (1890-1940)

            Newspaper clippings/ postcard of Bonnie Brook

            Publication– Ozarks Visitors, Nov-Dec 1971 pg 6               

Folder 33: Pearl Phillips Belangers (16 items)

Folder 34: Newsclippings of Senator Bilbo (7 items)

Folder 35: Barb Wire History (37 items)

Folder 36: Adopted Children Paper (16 items)

Folder 37: Art Newsclippings (47 items)

           

Box 5

Various materials from the local Chapter of the Order of the Evening Star

Folder 1:

O.E.S Related Materials

  1. Handmade oyster-shaped paper lapel pin “Official Visit DDGM Hazel Morris to Fern Leaf Chapter No. 24 District No. 24, May 24, 1976” with ‘pearl’ taped inside
  2. Program: Installation O.E.S. Grand Chapter of Louisiana 1976-1977 (2 copies)
  3. “Priceless Pearls Will see 50% Rise in Cost This Year” 04/30/76
  4. Thank you card to Irene Morris from Juanita S. 03/31/76
  5. Card to Irene Morris (large portion of writing has been removed) from Grace Grimes
  6. Cart to Irene Morris from Miriam Nelken April 1976
  7. Letter to Sister Inez and Ira Chapter #84 from Flora Lee Hatcher regarding upcoming official visit 03/29/76 and article attached regarding Grand Chapter Installation
  8. Letter to Irene Morris from Ruth 05/27/1976 with attached draft of a bibliography
  9. Speech prepared by Irene Morris for meeting on March 24, 1976 (4 copies)
  10. Card to Irene Morris from Juanita Smith 04/05/1976
  11. Thank you card to Irene Morris from Juanita Smith 11/25/1974
  12. Program: Official Inspection of District No. 24 by Mrs. Ruth Keen Saturday, November 8, 1975
  13. Program: Installation O.E.S. Grand Chapter of Louisiana 1976-1977
  14. Tentative Partial Program The Grand Chapter of Louisiana O.E.S. March 28-30, 1977
  15. Handwritten note to Irene Morris from Juanita 01/15/76
  16. Letter to Officers-to-be in the O.E.S. from Juanita Smith
  17. Hand drawn hearts with circles, meant to be some kind of shell with multi colored pearls
  18. 1 page program for the O.E.S. Ira Chapter No. 84
  19. Ira Chapter No. 84 of the O.E.S. List of Mississippi and Louisiana Members and their position within the organization – multiple hand written notes on the back and an additional attached page
  20. Grand Officers 1976-77 list of contact information with attached handwritten notes
  21. Ira Chapter No. 84 of the O.E.S. List of Mississippi and Louisiana Members and their position within the organization – multiple hand written notes on the back and additional attached pages
  22. Multiple pages listing grand matrons, their pages, escorts, and personal history
  23. Small clipped poem
  24. Envelope which originally contained the contents of this folder

 

Folder 2

O.E.S. Related Materials

  1. Blank card with attached envelope with “The Kirk of St. James Charlottetown Prince Edward Island” and a drawing of a church
  2. Program: Official Visit District 24 O.E.S. on September 11, 1982 with inserted handwritten notes
  3. “Ordell McCay files campaign disclosure form” September 27, 1983
  4. Presentation of Grand Officers – speech by Irene Morris
  5. Clipping of Bible Research Center Elsong, and Elsong Gardens
  6. “Presentation of Grand Officers” draft of speech by Irene Morris
  7. Program: “District Deputy Grand Matron’s Official Visit to Fern Leaf Chapter #24 Hammond, La” April 26, 1982
  8. Program: “District Deputy Grand Matron Official Visit to Nova Stella Chapter #36 Ponchatoula, La” May 3, 1982 (2 copies)
  9. Program: front is a picture of a young sailor girl “Official Visit of District Deputy Grand Matron Florene C. Pate to Camellia No. 142” June 8, 1982
  10. Program: front is a picture of an island and a ship “District Deputy Grand Matron’s Official Visit to Ira Chapter 84 Kentwood, LA” May 6, 1982. Includes inserted play money
  11. “Presentation of 1982-83 Grand Officers” speech by Irene Morris
  12. session program for the O.E.S. March 21-13, 1983;
  13. “Session Program 83rd Annual ‘The Golden Chain of Friendship’ session” April 5-7, 1982.
  14. Business card for Pat D. White, Grand Worthy Matron
  15. Program: “Installation April 7, 1982” for O.E.S.
  16. Ribbon for “Member 83rd Annual Session Grand Chapter O.E.S. in Louisiana” with member card for Irene Morris attached
  17. Rough draft of “Presentation of 1982-83 Grand officers” speech by Irene Morris
  18. Letter from Pat White to Irene Morris re: appointment of Poet Laureate of La. O.E.S. April 1982
  19. “Presentation of 1982-83 Grand Officers” speech by Irene Morris (2 copies) with multiple seating arrangements attached
  20. Copy of “Grand Chapter Proceedings, O.E.S. 84th Annual Proceedings” March 21, 1983 pgs. 18-23, 36-37, 162-165

 

Folder 3

O.E.S. Related Materials

  1. “Installation December 17, 1982” List of officers and rank
  2. “Christmas Greeting from the Grand Chapter O.E.S. of Michigan” Christmas 1990
  3. Program: “Ira Chapter 84 OES Welcomes District Deputy Grand Matron Louise Moran” March 19, 1983
  4. “Living Fence” newspaper clipping October 1, 1986 re: planted fences
  5. “Extension Service retirees honored” February 14, 1983
  6. Obituary of Clara Darnell November 7, 1980
  7. Newspaper clipping of suits filed in Tangipahoa parish Aug. 19-Aug. 22, 1980 with a circle around “Clytae Wright Fulda v. F. John Fulda sep.”
  8. Obituary of Corinne G. Sessions of Livingston, La
  9. Obituary of Sophia Ryan of Ponchatoula, La
  10. “Kentwood Ladies attend visit of Worthy Grand Matron” July 1983
  11. Obituary of Mrs. Louise Wiggens Bernard of Hammond, LA
  12. Newspaper clipping regarding speaker, Polly Watts, at Louisiana Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors annual meeting; July 31, 1983
  13. “Suit filed against drug manufacturer” June 29, 1983
  14. “Highway Dept. demotes two” May 4, 1983
  15. “Mrs. Pate to lead O.E.S.” January 27, 1977
  16. Thank you card from Pat Cleveland to Irene Morris, November 10, 1980
  17. “Figuring should be by Congress” by William F. Buckley, Jr., July 11, 1980
  18. “Billy’s war not over” by George Gurtner
  19. Picture clipped from magazine/newspaper of man and boy looking out at sea
  20. “From the office of the Worthy Grand Matron” letter addressed to “sisters and brothers” September 13, 1982.
  21. Program: “Installation of Officers Ira No. 84 O.E.S.” December 10, 1994
  22. “Amite Eastern Stars install officers” Kentwood News, January 20, 1977
  23. Pages taken from program of Grand Chapter Proceedings, O.E.S., 86th Annual Proceedings: Ceremony Installation, 26, 27, 29, 204, 205, 207.
  24. Lighthouse Award to Irene Morris 1993-1994
  25. Hummingbird Award to Irene Morris 1985-1986
  26. Program: “Eleanor Chapter 105 O.E.S. Office Visit of Neva Cureton” April 14, 1995
  27. Letter to Irene Morris from Mary Howell April 1993
  28. Personal Pages Associate Grand Patron – addresses for members of O.E.S.
  29. Cut out of an envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Hays Agency, 1993
  30. Typed letter to Irene Morris from Velma Hays
  31. Program: “Official Visit District 23 of the Worthy Grand Matron Sister Elizabeth Roach Worthy Grand Patron Brother Stacy Jones” August 6, 1993
  32. Small card with information on Organizational Meeting on April 27, 1996
  33. Eckerd photograph envelope with two photos: two women with roses (words and names written on the back, but photograph was cut); “Dr. Jonathan Paul Miles, Kentwood Lodge Honesty and Integrity Aware night, 1989”
  34. Grand Chapter of Louisiana O.E.S. Certificate of Proficiency to Irene Morris
  35. Grand Chapter of Louisiana O.E.S. 1967-68 certificate for Irene Morris to serve as Arthritis Foundation State Chairman
  36. Grand Chapter of Louisiana O.E.S. certificate for Irene Morris to serve as Diabetes Foundation Chairman, Dist. #24 for 1987-88
  37. Grand Chapter of Louisiana O.E.S. certificate for Irene Morris to serve as Publicity and Public Relations chairman 1991-1992
  38. Card to Irene Morris from Nina, January 17, 1981 with inserted handwritten notes and an additional letter to Irene Morris from Nina January 14, 1981.
  39. Thank you card to Irene Morris from A.J. “Jack” Patterson and W.C., Wanda and Curtis Gill re: Iris Parnell Gill Patterson with the following newspaper clippings inserted: obituaries for Mrs. Bertie H. Holland, Cecilia Wilhelmina Twilbeck Alford, Ruth M. Pritzen, Edward G. Mason, Sr., Lela Maye Knight, Elizabeth Ullrich Gulledge, Mary Louise Gantt Stearns, Eleanor E. Barrow, Gladya Jewel Brecheen Williams, George Riebel Blue, Sr. (2), Iris Parnell Patterson (2); Police Bookings clipped from Daily Star with circles around Dave M. Parnell and David C. Parnell taped to an article referencing a suit on behalf of David C. Parnell; thank you letter by A.J. “Jack” Patterson and W.C., Wanda and Curtis Gill re: condolences following the death of Iris Parnell Gill Patterson (2); thank you letter by Lois and R. D. Bridges and family and Mrs. And Mrs. W.C. Gill and son re: condolences following the death of Wanza Gill Keaton; drug arrest of David M. Parnell and Kenneth Parnell and David C. Parnell; Birth announcement of Benjamin Cole Gill; David Parnell, Jr. bond ended; attempted murder regarding David Parnall
  40. Handwritten address for Edna F. Talbert
  41. Letter to Irene Morris from Edna F. Talbert, April 22, 1987
  42. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edna F. Talbert containing: obituary of Robert Jackson Talbert; two scraps of paper with handwritten notes; billing ledger to Irene Morris from Sybil Burns
  43. Obituary of Irwin L. Felps (2)
  44. Obituary of Mrs. Katie Belle Alford
  45. 2 articles and the obituary of Mrs. Mary A Rick, and the information regarding a fatal accident with a train
  46. Obituary of Grafton W. Cooper
  47. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris containing the following: photograph of a teepee; typed letter to Irene Morris and her husband from Harrold Quave, P.P.; handwritten note to Irene Morris from Laura
  48. Envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. James Polk Morris containing the following: typed letter to Irene Morris from Pat White; handwritten letter from Pat and A.J. White
  49. Letter to Irene Morris from Mrs. Holland M. Addison, March 11, 1989
  50. The Baton Rouge Scottish Rite Trestleboard, January 1989.
  51. “Christians must get back to the basics” from Faith in the 80s, August 27, 1988
  52. “Statue fulfills man’s wishes” from The Advocate, July 2, 1988.
  53. “Quest for a Crown: Coming November 2-5” State Times.
  54. Assorted letters regarding the O.E.S. (8)
  55. Information on Lee Emmett Thomas
  56. Handwritten document regarding the history of multiple people
  57. Manila folder containing: a personal cards, copies of O.E.S. grand chapter proceeding programs, certificates, and presentations
  58. Article on special mother’s day program
  59. Copied pages from Joan of Arc with attached note
  60. Program: Official Visit for District 17, 1988
  61. Multiple cards, letters and newspaper clippings on the O.E.S.

 

Folder 4

  1. Orderform U.S. Government Printing Office 1959
  2. Copy of “Back-Tracking by Sue Eakin” from Town Talk, Alexandria-Pineville, LA 01/29/78 (3 copies)
  3. Louisiana State University Press – Book Sale May 31, 1981
  4. Traveling brochures; Iberville Parish, La; and Fireside Antiques
  5. Good News Giveaway April 25th, 1983
  6. Louisiana Tricentennial 1682-1982 in Jackson Square, New Orleans
  7. Pamphlet for “The Noon Series” at First Guaranty Bank
  8. List of Louisiana Bibliographies #1
  9. List of towns, counties, and maps available for order from The Gold Bug
  10. Various invitations to Irene Morris (6)
  11. Various brochures of Louisiana and other local historical venues (6)
  12. Various documents, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles regarding Louisiana (10)
  13. Magazine pages from Southern Living April 1976 & October 1975
  14. Order form for Veteran Records

 

Folder 5

Brown envelope containing two portraits of Robert Eyrich and copies of the obituary of H. Morrison Jackman 

Folder 6

O.E.S Programs: 1986 (3)

Folder 7

O.E.S. Programs: January through July 1988 (60)

Folder 8

O.E.S. Programs: August through December, 1988 and undated 1988 (50)

Folder 9

O.E.S. Programs and keep sakes: 1989

Folder 10

O.E.S. related invitations, thank you cards, and letters: 93 items

Folder 11

O.E.S. letters and announcements to members (8) and various invitations, programs and obituaries related to O.E.S. (13)

 

Folder 12

Rough draft of speech by Irene Morris; various invitations, letters, and announcements regarding the O.E.S. (21); handwritten notes (2); The Baton Rouge Scottish Rite Trestleboard Newsletter (Feb. ’89, Aug. ’88, April ’88); The Sprig Acacia Temple News (July and Aug. ’88); The Louisiana Freemason, Vol. 17, No. 2

 

Folder 13

O.E.S Related Materials

  1. Letter to Irene Morris from Clarence Henderson, October 30, 1975
  2. Letter to Irene Morris from G. Fulda with attached notes
  3. Copy of Grand Chapter Proceedings, O.E.S pages 274 – 281 and 422
  4. 1976 installation of officers
  5. Sunshine and Golden Harvest 1975-76 itinerary
  6. Official Inspection of District No. 24 November 8, 1975 (2 copies)
  7. 1975 Installation of Officers
  8. Various clippings regarding the O.E.S.
  9. Handwritten notes regarding O.E.S.
  10. Various newspaper clippings regarding the O.E.S. (5)
  11. “Louisiana – Mississippi Friendship Day list of chapter members
  12. Various handwritten notes regarding the O.E.S
  13. Louisiana Mississippi Fraternal Visit – September 17, 1978
  14. Mississippi/Louisiana Exchange Visit – October 20, 1989
  15. 2 notes from “Ruth”
  16. Typed speech with handwritten notes
  17. Small clippings listing the Grand Matrons of the O.E.S
  18. Letter to Helen Craft from Irene Morris requesting a meeting with attached notes
  19. Letter to Irene Morris from Helen Craft
  20. Letter to Irene Morris from Frances Pino
  21. Letter to Ruth Pierce from Gertrude Davis
  22. Letter to Irene Morris from Frances H. Seibert
  23. Copy of letter sent by Irene Morris
  24. Letter to Irene Morris from Winifred Smith with envelope and post cards
  25. Rules and Regulations for ESTARL Scholarships
  26. Invoice to Irene Morris with attached budget notes

 

Folder 14

O.E.S Related Materials

  1. Lafayette Natural History Museum and Planetarium Association pamphlet
  2. Letter to Irene Morris from Fay Roberts
  3. Envelope with handwritten notes
  4. Cover of the Journal of the Louisiana Education Association Jan. 1955, Vol. XXXII, No. 5
  5. Sports section of The Kentwood News Ledger Wednesday, July 30, 2008 1B (3 copies)
  6. “Fall is Fabulous in Louisiana” Oct – Dec 1973 (3 copies)
  7. Card to Irene Morris from Florence Adair
  8. The Kentwood News Ledger Wednesday, July 30, 2008
  9. Handwritten pedigree chart
  10. Newspaper clippings regarding the O.E.S
  11. Kentwood Masonic Lodge No. 248 – November 14, 1985 (3 copies)
  12. Louisiana League of Saving Institutions 97th Annual Convention
  13. First Southern Baptist Church of Scottsdale informational brochure
  14. List of Sr. Saints Choir Members and event dates

 

Folder 15

O.E.S Related Materials

  1. Various handwritten notes
  2. “Glory in the Morning” Memorial service speech written and presented by Irene Morris with attached rough drafts
  3. Newspaper clipping friends of Irene Morris ban together to rid Tangipahoa Parish of pornography
  4. Copies of the Grand Chapter of OES 19th annual proceedings pages 20-25 and 146-149
  5. Letter from Theo Marie Sponsler
  6. Glory in the Morning memorial service program – April 4, 1989 (3 copies)
  7. Copies of the Grand Chapter Proceedings, O.E.S., 87th Annual Proceedings, pages 30-35 and 236, 237, 254-259
  8. District Number 24 O.E.S. Official Visit June 29, 1985 program (2 copies)
  9. The Grand Chapter of Texas Order of The Eastern Star October 17-19, 1985 program one page with dedication to Mrs. Carol C. Strizek on back
  10. Dedication to Mrs. Mildred Haney Harris of the O.E.S.
  11. Requirements of Hummingbird Award (Personal Achievement) and Worthy Grand Matron’s Itinerary 1985-86
  12. 38th Annual Installation of Officers December 30, 1984 program
  13. Letter to Irene Morris from “Ruth” 02/19/1985
  14. Letter to Irene Morris from “Lewis” 01/22/1985
  15. Letter to Irene Morris from Jean Jordan 03/28/1985
  16. Various handwritten notes
  17. Newspaper clippings regarding installation of new officers to the O.E.S. (5)
  18. Official Visit of Sister Margie Whelchel Worthy Grand Matron June 16, 1989 program
  19. Official Visit District No. 23 O.E.S. by Mrs. Margie A Whelchel June 24, 1989 program with attached angel
  20. Official Visit District No. 23 O.E.S. by Mrs. Margie A. Whelchel June 24, 1989 program
  21. Installation of Officers Whitesboro Chapter No. 708 O.E.S. 1989-1990 June 17, 1989 program (3 copies)
  22. Ribbon from the O.E.S.

 

Folder 16

O.E.S Related Materials

  1. Letter to Irene Morris from Gladys Funchess (not dated)
  2. Memo titled “To the District Chairman of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation” from Irene Morris (rough draft)
  3. Letter to “Gladys, W.G.M.” from Irene Morris
  4. Handwritten document “1966 Proceedings” regarding arthritis by Hattie Whitley
  5. Handwritten note “1965 Report”
  6. Letter regarding sponsorship from the O.E.S. to the Arthritis Foundation with attached newspaper clipping
  7. Newspaper clipping from the Times-Picayune “Discussing Arthritis Foundation” handwritten date of March 4, 1967
  8. “Report of Arthritis Foundation Committee” by Irene Morris pages from 69th Annual Proceedings of the O.E.S. with attached typed copy
  9. Letter to Irene Morris from “Ruth” May 27, 1968
  10. Letter to Irene Morris from “Ruth” January 16, 1985 with attached prayer and poem
  11. Rough draft of “Report of Arthritis Foundation Committee” by Irene Morris
  12. Newspaper clippings regarding use of copper for arthritis treatment (2)
  13. Final copy of “To the District Chairman of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Committee” by Irene Morris with a small piece of copper attached
  14. List of Arthritis Foundation Committee District Chairmen with advertisement titled “What are your chances of having arthritis?”
  15. Handwritten note

 

Folder 17

O.E.S Related Materials

  1. Newspaper clipping “Mississippi History Depicted: River Gallieries to Open at Cabildo”
  2. Newspaper clipping “Sailors Study Sailing”
  3. Newspaper clipping from Significa, September 27, 1981 with four short articles
  4. Section from The Sunday Times-Picayune February 15, 1981 “Pitcairn!”
  5. Newspaper clipping “Gateway To the Caymans”
  6. Newspaper clipping “Tall Ships Parade” May 31, 1980
  7. Newspaper clipping “Turnaround” with photo of ship July 5, 1981
  8. Newspaper clipping “Ironsides’ Baton Rouge visit recalled” Jan. 17, 1982
  9. Newspaper clipping “Preparing for high water” The Times-Picayune/The States-Item Febuary 13, 1982
  10. Newspaper clipping “Tourism head speaks to Woman’s Club” Advocate, March 5, 1982
  11. “Judge John D. Kopfler” An Avid Sailer”
  12. Obituary of Mrs. Irene Spielman Chambers
  13. Various handwritten notes and scraps of paper
  14. Installation Program April 7, 1982 for the O.E.S.
  15. Program “Welcome Aboard Sea of Life” Official Visit of District Deputy Grand Matron Florene C. Pate O.E.S. April 20, 1982 (4 copies)
  16. Session Program March 21-23, 1983 for the O.E.S. (2 copies)
  17. Bible Research Center informational brochure
  18. Copy of letter to Pat and A.T. from Irene Morris Feb. 28, 1980
  19. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White March 3,1981
  20. Letter to Irene Morris and Jimmie from Pat White June 19, 1981
  21. Card to Irene Morris not signed June 16, 1980
  22. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White January 25, 1982
  23. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White August 7, 1980
  24. Letter to Irene Morris from Ona Mae Laffety January 18, 1982
  25. Postcards to Irene Morris from Pat White March 8, 1982 and Jan. 8, 1982
  26. Letter to Irene Morris and Jimmie from Pat White June 2, 1981
  27. Postcard to Irene from Ruth
  28. Christmas card from Pat White to Irene Morris
  29. Card to Irene Morris from Pat White 04/14/82
  30. Small envelope containing a lighthouse paper cutout
  31. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White March 3, 1980
  32. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White March 8, 1980
  33. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White May 4, 1980
  34. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White July 26, 1980
  35. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White September 24, 1980
  36. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White January 15, 1982
  37. Letter to Irene Morris from Pat White March 13, 1983
  38. Letter to Irene Morris from Lynn Catrambone February 21, 1983
  39. Letter to Irene Morris from Ruth 02/21/83
  40. Card to Irene Morris from Pat White 07/28/83
  41. Letter to Irene Morris from Helen Sue Gates Jan. 2, 1982
  42. Invitation to lecture by The Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society Saturday, January 10, 1981
  43. Business card for Pat White
  44. Draft for Installation Program 1982
  45. Proxy form for the O.E.S.

 

Folder 18

Letters regarding donations for cancer research by the O.E.S. chapters

  1. Letter to Irene Morris from Hallie Friddell 01/09/1981
  2. Letter to Irene Morris from Elta Long Sr. 12/09/1980
  3. Postcard to Irene Morris from Cheryl N. Riser
  4. Letter to Irene Morris from Shirley Jean Privette 12/27/1980
  5. Letter to Irene Morris from Ouida Sherrod 12/04/1980
  6. Letter to Irene Morris from Helen Homes – not dated
  7. Letter to Irene Morris from M. Laprie 12/20/1980
  8. Letter to Irene Morris from Alba M. Book 01/05/1981
  9. Letter to Irene Morris from Jennie B. Whitehead 06/24/1980
  10. Letter to Irene Morris from Annie M. Mercer 12/19/1980
  11. Letter to Irene Morris from Mary Jane Vallery 12/10/1980
  12. Letter to Irene Morris from Jean Cain 06/30/1980
  13. List of District 19 donations 02/26/1981
  14. Letter to Irene Morris from Alice Scheib 12/31/1980
  15. Letter to Irene Morris from Lena Hubert with attached letters to Lena Hubert from Jean Bezette and Alna Abbott
  16. Letter to Irene Morris from Cleo Loving 12/19/1980
  17. Letter to Irene Morris from Willie Higginbothom 05/12/1980
  18. Letter to Irene Morris from Bessie 01/02/1981
  19. Letter to Irene Morris from Lila M. Davis no date
  20. Letter to Irene Morris from Frances A. Strahan 12/1980
  21. Letter to Irene Morris from Ruth Cummings 01/10/1981
  22. Letter to Irene Morris from Irene Cotter no date
  23. Newspaper clipping “Possible new cancer killer studied” March, 24, 1981
  24. Newspaper clipping “Mrs. Charles Pigott named chairman of cancer memorial” Kentwood News, Thursday, March 12, 1981
  25. Newspaper clipping “OES Chapters honor Mrs. Keen, use strawberry theme for day” The Kentwood Ledger, Thursday, May 1, 1975
  26. Newspaper clipping “Human Tests of Interferon Are Planned” by Margaret Fuller 09/24/1980
  27. Newspaper clipping “Woman physician claims discovery of a ‘cancer microbe’” The Times-Picayune February 8, 1981
  28. Newspaper clipping “Dr. Coleman Fluid studied”
  29. Newspaper clipping “New Victories for Radiation Therapy” Parade, March 1, 1981
  30. Newspaper clipping “Scanner Role is Praised” September 23, 1980
  31. Newspaper clipping “Something’s Got to Taste Good” A Time for Living, March 1, 1981
  32. Newspaper clipping “Turning Over a New Leaf: N. O. priest’s ‘God for Every Day’ stresses day-to-day presence” The Times-Picayune, March 8, 1981
  33. Program: Official Visit April 14, 1989 Sister Christine Andres District Deputy Grand Matron, District No. 23
  34. Program: Official Visit District 26 Order of the Eastern Star by Margia A. Whelchel Worthy Grand Matron June 3, 1989 (2 copies)
  35. Program: Jessamine Chapter No. 82 Order of the Eastern Star Bogalusa, LA 1989
  36. Plastic sleeve containing: letter in from Irene Morris regarding chairman appointment for the Cancer Research Project; Sheet music for “We Did It!” by Peggy Patrick
  37. Plastic sleeve containing: letter from Ruth P. Keen to “Worthy Grand Matron” regarding Cancer Project Committee; Letter to Mrs. Keen from Louis Shull of Liberty Distributors; two small hand written notes to Irene from Ruth; Newspaper clipping “Mrs. Ruth Keen and Mr. Charles David to retire” June 19, 1980 Kentwood News; a small picture of the globe titled “Hands around the world”; Newsletter from Irene Morris regarding cancer research
  38. 7 copies of a letter from Irene Morris regarding cancer research
  39. Various hand written notes on scraps of paper

 

Folder 19

O.E.S Related Materials

  1. Newspaper clipping “Are some groups cashing in on cancer?” March 29, 1984
  2. Newspaper clipping “Body fooled into fighting cancer, doctor says” April 5, 1984
  3. 2 rough draft copies of “Report, Cancer Research Project” by Irene Morris with attached newspaper clipping “Memorial fund is established for cancer victims”
  4. Letter to members of the O.E.S. regarding General Grand Chapter Cancer Project from Ray Belfrage, February 1980.
  5. Informational page on checking for cancer
  6. Letter to members of the O.E.S. from Irene Morris regarding cancer research
  7. Grand Jurisdiction Assignments with attached letter to Ruth Keen from Ray Belfrage regarding chapter assignments and cancer project, February 14, 1980
  8. Handwritten letter to Irene Morris from Ethel Burnes Sr., September, 19, 1979
  9. Copy of 82nd Annual Proceedings pg. 203 with Report of Cancer Research by Irene Morris. Includes a copy of a newspaper article “Eating carrots may lowe…..” from The Morning Advocate, Friday, April 16, 1982.
  10. Portion of draft regarding “Interferon” and cancer project
  11. Letter to the State Chairman from Pat Cleveland regarding reports at Opening Session, Jan. 26, 1981
  12. Portion of program (pages 35,36,49,50) with handwritten notes
  13. Handwritten note titled “All Chapters in Districts” with lists of names and an attached receipt
  14. Newspaper clipping “Patient battles death, counsels about cancer” Times-Picayune, March 22, 1981
  15. “Cancer not a death sentence” The News-Digest March 5, 1981
  16. “Occupational vs. environmental” The Morning Advocate, 1, 1981
  17. “Cancer Myths Imperil Many Who Fail to Learn the Facts” The Times-Picayune, July 20, 1980
  18. “Study says cancer cells reversible” The Morning Advocate, March 6, 1981
  19. “’Why Me?’ – Question All with Cancer Ask” in A Time for Living
  20. A Time for Living by Jory Graham, March 15, 1981
  21. “Carrots may lessen hazards of smoking” February 7, 1981
  22. “Cancer study renews interest in Vitamin A” February 10, 1981
  23. “Hopeful News” February 11, 1981
  24. “Best single source of information” in A Time for Living, March 8, 1981
  25. “Learning to listen compassionately” in A Time for Living
  26. “Husband Gives Up” in A Time for Living, December 16, 1979
  27. “An open letter about cancer” December 4, 1980
  28. “Senior citizens health fair Saturday”
  29. “Letter to the editor” November 8, 1980
  30. “No change foreseen in paroles” April 12, 1980
  31. Thank you card from Pat Cleveland
  32. Card to Irene Morris from Nina Jo Pyr with inserted newspaper clipping April 1980
  33. Card to Irene Morris from Bessie Brewer with inserted newspaper clippings
  34. Session Program 81st Annual “One Nation Under God” session The Grand Chapter O.E.S. March 24-26, 1980
  35. Letter to Irene Morris from Nina, April 4, 1980 with invitation to official visit and reception
  36. Report of The Worthy Grand Matron 1979-1980
  37. The Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star Educational Loans Receivable January 31, 1960

 

Box 6

Folder 1

  1. Envelope containing: newspaper clippings on Camp Moore (18), handwritten notes on loose pages (4), and various printed documents discussing Camp Moore including newsletters (8)
  2. Envelope containing music sheets (8), poems (2), and newspaper articles on historic home the Beauvoir (4)

 

Folder 2

  1. Picture labeled Bogalusa Mill 1957-Febuary Calendar
  2. Diamond Jubilee July 4, 1989
  3. 3 newspaper articles about Gladys Yates
  4. Newspaper article-“Southern Author Feels Area is in Great Flux” (article about Walekr Percy)
  5. Newspaper article- “Old Christ Church of Historical Interest”

 

Folder 3

  1. Envelope containing various printed documents on Robert E. Lee (25), newspaper articles and magazine pages on Lee (10), Handwritten notes on loose leaf pages (4)
  2. Envelope containing various printed documents (50), handwritten notes on loose pages (2), UDC memorial service May 2, 2003, LSU Press Fall 2008 magazine

 

Folder 4

  1. Reference list of churches and people in Louisiana (215 pages)

 

Folder 5

  1. Letter from Joseph H. Pearson
  2. Copy of Woodlawn Cemetery (82 pages)

 

Folder 6

  1. The Historical Papers of First Baptist Church Jackson, La 1835 by Dr. Joe B Nesom
  2. Letter to Mr. Claude Slaton January 30, 1989 regarding family history
  3. Newspaper articles covering First Baptist church and church members (11)
  4. Note from Artie Varnado Labor Day 1987

 

Folder 7

  1. Bible study for senior adult enrichment week July 23-27, 1990 by Nell W. Meriwether
  2. Graduate thesis in process in Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries December 1967 (2 copies)

 

Folder 8

  1. Rotary club pamphlet No 38
  2. Newspaper articles covering rotary club, club events, and club members (22)
  3. Letter from Richard E. Brennan March 20, 2006
  4. Handwritten notes on loose leaf and typed documents covering the Rotary club (74)
  5. Photographs of Rotary club members (26)

 

Folder 9

  1. Kentwood rotary club certificate October 26, 2000
  2. Rotary club program, napkin, and mission statement
  3. Rotary Foundation Group Study Exchange pamphlet
  4. Handwritten notes on loose pages (12)
  5. Newspaper articles on rotary club, events and members (55)
  6. Printed documents covering Kentwood Rotary club (39)
  7. Photographs of rotary club members (14)

 

Folder 10

  1. UDC certificate
  2. Jefferson Davis Pamphlet
  3. UDC membership informational pages (52)
  4. UDC memorial service June 17, 2006
  5. UDC memorial service May 4, 2003
  6. UDC programs (3)
  7. Camp Moore Museum brochure
  8. Newspaper articles covering UDC and Camp Moore (16)
  9. Tourism brochures on Civil war history, Plantations, court houses (3)

 

Folder 11

  1. Camp Moore newsletters June 2001-December 2010

 

Folder 12

  1. Louisiana Baptist Historical Association typed and handwritten documents

 

Folder 13: Newspaper Articles-1966, 67, 80, 83, 85, 91

  1. Newspaper articles ranging from 1966-1991-topics regarding walkway collapse, news regarding court cases, and other miscellaneous topics from Dixie, Houston Post, Times-Picayune, The States-Item, Houston Chronicle, and Advocate (25)  

 

Folder 14: St. Helena Cemeteries

  1. Handwritten/typed documents (12), newspaper articles (14), maps of plots, photographs (2), and handwritten notes (3) of Wheat, “Center”, Family Cemetery of John Day, Martin, Dickfield, Young, Bates, Carruth, Jackson, Smith, and Clinton Cemeteries

 

Folder 15: Census

  1. Newspaper article-“The counties of Louisiana” by Dawson Corley
  2. Book-An Index to the 1820 Census of Louisiana’s Florida Parishes and 1812 St. Tammany Parish Tax List, compiled by Mary Elizabeth Sanders, 1972
  3. Census 1820, St. Helena Parish
  4. Census list from newspaper-St. Helena Parish, L.A. 1820 Census (3 pages)
  5. Census of 1830 St. Helena Parish
  6. Oldest in habitants of St. Helena Parish, 1850

 

Folder 16: Miscellaneous

  1. Newspaper article-“When the Florida Parishes Went to War” by Beatrice Cosgrove, April 15, 1928
  2. 7 page typed document-A Complete History of the Historic St. Helena Parish
  3. Newspaper article- “Good Ol’ Days: Early St. Helena Bustled with Activity, by Dori Claytor, October 18, 1999
  4. Newspaper articles about death of William “Bill” Edwin Perrin
  5. 18 page typed document-The Bloody Sixth Ward, by Esther Frazier Perrin
  6. Newspaper article- “’Little Eagle’, Napoleon’s Son, Buried in Paris, December 16, 1940
  7. 2 page typed document-St. Helena Hills
  8. 4 page typed document-Building Design and Construction: Arena designs keyed to economics
  9. copy of Concrete Institute (September 1978)-No Expansion Joints in 665 ft. Office Building, by Colvin Reid and Tom Brightman
  10. copy of Houston Chronicle: Houston’s Family Newspaper, August 19, 1981-“Garage collapses at Greenspoint”-attached are other articles about garage collapse
  11. Newspaper clipping - "Words are clue for genealogical researchers" by Damon Veich. 1/14/2001.

 

Folder 17: Bank Statements and Checks

  1. The Farmers Bank, Osyka, Miss.-Statement of Account-I. F. Schilling, February 24, 1922
  2. 5 checks signed by I. F. Schilling-checks written to L. L. Hollingsworth, Calvin Carter, L.A. Spears, J. Ward, and Bob Barrett, 1923
  3. The Farmers Bank of Osyka-7 checks signed by I. F. Schilling-checks written to Farmers Bank, M. M. Mcmillen, M. Pitts, Central Lights and Power Co., Estella Vincent, M. E. Vincent, A. Williams, 1923
  4. The Farmers Bank of Osyka-3 checks signed by I. F. Schilling-checks written to Newman and Farmers Bank, 1923
  5. 7 checks signed by I. F. Schilling-checks written to Lucy Cutrer, M.D. Ott and Company, Ellzey, Fortenberry and Company, McGehee, A. Hinton, and Osyka Drug Co.

 

Folder 18: Newspaper articles

  1. “America’s ‘Most Interesting’” by Jennifer Quale, Dixie, May 27, 1973
  2. “Just Like Meeting an Old Friend: Seventh of a Series of Several Articles Which Will Appear Each Wednesday in the Time-Picayune and the State-Item-‘The Impossible Dream’”, The States-Item, August 9, 1978
  3. “Can She Lead Again”-article about Ginny Foat
  4. “…Walk” Dixie, June 3, 1973

 

Folder 19: Letters

  1. Typed letter-To Mrs. Clifford W. Crain from Joseph Gould, June 10, 1947
  2. Handwritten letter-To Dr. C. W. Crain, January 13, 1952
  3. 3 Handwritten letters

 

Box 7

Folder 1

  1. Baton Rouge Barracks Post Returns by Danell Spillman published by the Louisiana Genealogical Register
  2. “Locust Grove service is a link to Historical figures” May 31, 1996 (2 copies)
  3. Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery Rededication. June 4, 2005
  4. Map of Kent’s Mill
  5. Post card from Old Spanish Fort
  6. Notes on Pansies by Irene Morris
  7. Newspaper article-“Kentwood life bears saving, historian says”
  8. Miscellaneous handwritten notes, copied photographs, and newspaper articles

 

Folder 2

  1. Newspaper articles about Pinkie Gordon
  2. Obituary of Philip B. Fortenberry (2)
  3. Typed document-Southwest Breezes, January 1977
  4. “The Unfinished Task: A Memorial to Aileen W. Meek by her husband”
  5. Newspaper article- “Usulines continue to keep promises made 190 years ago”, January 2, 2005

 

Folder 3

  1. Newspaper clippings on various topics including hospitals, obituaries, masonry, weddings, engagements, funerals, retirements, school activities, last rites, and local elections
  2. Letters from Jackie Johnson, Kay Halbert, Harold Douglass, Clinto Fenn, Lillibel Fenn, and email from Sue Smith (17)
  3. E.S. program from Auburn Chapter No. 87, May 3, 1996 and the program for installation of officers, May 6, 1994
  4. Photograph-Nancy Rae Dean, April 2, 1948
  5. Copy of photograph-people standing outside (2)
  6. Building from 1902 and Wilson-Naul Co. 1907
  7. Katie Tycer and Benjamin Wallace “Dock” Morris at their store
  8. copy of photograph of house before it burned
  9. Typed letter-to Irene, June 21, 1954 about “Mrs. Gandy”

 

Folder 4

  1. Newspaper clippings on various topics including obituaries, weddings, engagements, Ruth Wallace, Local Lore & Legends, and local hobby clubs (38)
  2. Handwritten notes on loose paper (3)
  3. Plastic bound sleeves with various newspaper clippings, photographs, printed documents, and handwritten notes throughout

 

Folder 5

  1. Marriage License-John W. Murrell and Lois Fenn
  2. Guest book for funeral of Nona Thetus Fenn
  3. Letters to Irene Morris from Aileen Meck
  4. Postcard to Irene Morris from Virginia Silva
  5. Newspaper articles about Mr. and Mrs. George Meek

 

Folder 6

Newspaper clippings from 1960 – 1989

  1. Community members, Camp Moore, community history, State Preservation workshop, obituaries, Washington Artillery Monument, Kentwood news subscribers, UDC, birth announcements, LSU, local artists, SLU professors, 7th Ward General Hospital, Independence, Episcopal Convention, Police news, Hammond’s Origins, Last rites, SE Historical Association, New Orleans history, sports, engagements and weddings, Kentwood ledger, Kentwood bicentennial, DAR, SMRMC, news digest, various clubs, history of St Louis, World’s Fair, Louisiana Organized Crime Task Force, Louisiana Superdome construction

 

Folder 7

Newspaper clippings from 1960 – 1992

  1. Obituaries, black history, last rites, plantations, guild meetings, Kentwood ledger, retirements, elections and races for local office, Historical Association, SLU, LSU, Roseland, anniversaries, clubs, St Louis, Patriarchs, roads, Local Lore & Legends, Kentwood celebrations, Historical Society, Hunting for Bears, Rotary club

 

Folder 8

Various pamphlets, brochures, and programs

  1. Thomas Wolfe Memorial
  2. Tangipahoa Parish Welcome
  3. 2nd Battle of New Orleans
  4. Capture A Piece of History
  5. Louisiana State Museum in New Orleans
  6. See & Savor Louisiana
  7. Natchez district & American revolution
  8. Natchitoches
  9. Learn to buy beef
  10. Kentwood music club
  11. Brumfield sales & services
  12. Holiday inn Houston postcard
  13. Quota’s annual open door tour

 

Folder 9

  1. Women’s Magazine from 1902
  2. Camp ATLATL letter to Nolan C. Johnston
  3. Willkommen in Louisiana, speech in German (Four copies)
  4. Translation of Willkommen in Louisiana speech
  5. List of the German Caravan American Tour
  6. Letter to Foreign Language Department, Southeastern Louisiana University from Irene Morris concerning the German Caravan American Tour
  7. New Orleans brochure in German
  8. Program for the German Caravan American Tour
  9. Presentation of Honesty and Integrity Awards, Kentwood Masonic Lodge No. 248
  10. Program for Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. Jackson Birthday Celebration
  11. Ponchatoula Homestead Association Semiannual Statement. December 31, 1982
  12. Ponchatoula Homestead Association Confidential Memo. March 9, 1983
  13. Ice Carades ticket, Riverside Complex
  14. Letter from Boots
  15. 1980-1989 Timeline on loose leaf
  16. Tangi Tracker: Tangipahoa Parish Historical and Genealogical Society No. 13. February 19,1997

 

Folder 10

  1. Woman Missionary Union Program. January 30, 1957
  2. Woman Missionary Union Program. April 24, 1957
  3. Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Morris from Captain Leonard New
  4. Letter to Irene Morris from Fred concerning Order of the Eastern Star finances
  5. Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Morris from Gurher M. Lester. October 8, 1949
  6. Letter to Irene Morris from Fred M. Culver. February 19, 1958
  7. National Music Week program. May 4, 1948
  8. Riverwalk Market Place, NO. Pamphlet
  9. Dickie Brenhan’s Steakhouse pamphlet
  10. Place Café pamphlet
  11. 1990 loose leaf page
  12. Cecile Alford notes on her life
  13. School of Instruction Program. May 29, 1992
  14. Former Amite Residents Hold Dinner news article
  15. Kentwood Newspaper: Urges Kentwood to Back Brick Plant
  16. Kentwood brochure packet

 

Folder 11

  1. Jackson Municipal Art Gallery Pamplet
  2. Northeast Lodge No. 435 and Introuma Lodge 914 Program. September 13, 1987
  3. 100th Anniversary of the Chartering of McComb, MS.
  4. Letter to Irene Morris from Louelle Foote with articles inside
  5. Correspondence between Irene Morris and Fay Bowe and genealogy of Fay Bowe and the Rainwaters stapled together
  6. Patricia Edna and Noel Earl Polk wedding invitation
  7. Letter to Irene Morris from Albert Terry concerning a painting. February 4, 1960
  8. Timeline on loose leaf of 1960’s
  9. The Legend of Halimah articles
  10. Hammond Rotary Club. February 8, 1978
  11. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter. February 1978
  12. Letter to L. K. Rush from Irene G. Hughes
  13. Kentwood Music Club program. May 9, 1972 (3 copies)
  14. Tangipahoa Parish American Revolution Bicentennial Commission November 8, 1975
  15. Letter to the Mr. and Mrs. Morris from Camp Moore
  16. Louisiana Historical Association 20th Annual meeting. March 19, 1978
  17. Robert E. Lee Birthday Celebration. January 22, 1978
  18. Genealogy Seminar. May 10, 1975. Packet with notes, diagrams and articles.
  19. Genealogy Seminar. May 10, 1975 packet
  20. 1970’s Timeline on loose leaf
  21. Louisiana League of Savings Institution Business card for James Polk Morris
  22. Letter to Irene Morris from Thomas F. Jaques with the LA State Library August 18, 1978
  23. Correspondence between Wylie Harvey and Irene Morris.
  24. Camp Moore: letter from L. D. Newsom LSU Library correspondence
  25. Letter from Joe
  26. McComb, Amite notes
  27. LA Cavalier ticket. June 26, 1976
  28. “Here is Pay Dirt for Digging up Ancestors” Winston Deville and Stanley Clisby Arthur
  29. “Local History Collection of Mrs. Irene R. Morris Diagram
  30. Notes from Bicentennial event
  31. Kentwood Chamber of Commerce: voting poll
  32. Letter to Commander McTuilling from Irene Morris. January 23, 1978
  33. Louisiana Historry Summer and Fall 1974
  34. Letter to Irene Morris from Anna Belle Babin (two copies)
  35. Letter from Ginger, Bill, Cathy, and Bill III with articles
  36. Notes from Myrlis Thompson. June 16, 1965
  37. “House on the Rock” notes

 

Folder 12

  1. Transcribed letters from Elijah J. Roberts and his nephew, Jesse Newton Roberts
  2. Copy of a book on state history
  3. Just as I Am by Irene Reid Morris; Alexandria, LA: 16 October 1993 (1 written copy and 2 typed copies)
  4. Handwritten additional notes

 

Folder 13

  1. Plastic bag containing articles written by or about T. J. Reid

Folder 14

Various newspaper articles about the happenings in Tangipahoa parish (54)

 

Folder 15

“Military Roads in the Florida Parishes of Louisiana” by Powell A. Casey

“Map of Mississippi showing the fields of military operation”

“When Revolution Spread to BR” by Powell A. Casey

 

Folder 16

Various newspaper articles about the happenings in Tangipahoa parish (75)

 

Folder 17

Letterhead for: Tangipahoa Centennial, Inc.; Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society; & Louisiana State Parks and Recreation Commission

 

Folder 18

  1. Laminated copy of article titled “Relics keep history alive for family”
  2. Brochure “A Brief History of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing”
  3. Brochure “Dig for your roots scale your family tree explore a new branch of Louisiana history” for the Louisiana State Archives
  4. Illustration by Jack K. Smith cut and taped together
  5. Newspaper clipping “The National Register” by William R. Brockway
  6. Envelope from Mrs. Milburn R. Fletcher filled with newspaper clippings from “Nos Environs” column
  7. Brown envelope containing the obituary of Ella B. Hughes, programs from memorial services in her honor, and her family history
  8. “Health in Rural Louisiana at Mid-Century” by Homer L. Hitt and Paul H. Price, June 1954
  9. “Louisiana’s Rural Population at Mid-Century” by Paul H. Price, June 1958.

 

Folder 19

  1. “Uncle Buzzy’s Folk Stories” by Ella B. Hughes
  2. Multiple newspaper clippings of “Husser Happenings” and “Happenings in Husser” written by Ella Hughes
  3. Personal cards and letters from Ella Hughes
  4. Two copies of Tangipahoa Watchman Newspaper 1983, No. 1 and Vol. 1, No.2
  5. Paul Green’s Louisiana Cavalier Souvenir Program Premiere Season 1976 with newspaper clippings inserted.

 

Folder 20

  1. folder labeled “1st 95 columns Local Lore in scrapbook #1”

 

Folder 21

  1. Miscellaneous programs and cards regarding O.E.S. (65 items)
  2. Letter to Irene Morris from Stan Elpers – 03/26/1990
  3. Sermon – “Echoes from the Past” by Edwin Schilling 01/26/1995
  4. Handwritten list of documents
  5. Letter to Irene Morris from Ona Mae Lafferty, P.G.M. – 11/28/1988

 

Folder 22

  1. Handwritten note to Irene Morris from Lois – 10/01/1999
  2. E.S. programs and booklets
  3. Various copies “Grand Chapter Proceedings, O.E.S.”
  4. Unbound copy of “Louisiana’s Lovely Legacy 100 Golden Years 1900-2000 Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star” by Irene R. Morris in USPS Priority mail envelopes with various handwritten notes

 

Folder 23

  1. Programs, brochures, budget information, voting ballots, and typed documents regarding the Order of the Eastern Star
  2. Report for Worthy Grand Matron-Pearl S. Holland, March 25-August 2, 1959
  3. Correspondences involving members and information about the Order of the Eastern Star, 1954-1955
  4. Handwritten letter-to: Jimmy and Irene, from: Leone and Carl, March 30, 1990
  5. Certificate-Ruth V. Pierce named District Deputy Grand Matron for District No. 18
  6. Typed document-to Worthy Matron: Minnie Lou Hutchinson, June 19, 1958
  7. Deputy booklet-Ruth A. Pierce, District #18
  8. Photograph of Ruth A. Pierce on the back of a colorful star
  9. Handwritten letter-to Pearl from Eulalie, photograph attached
  10. Obituaries-Pearl S. Holland, Cora Easter Bernard Quave, Myrtle Morgan Fontenot,
  11. Newspaper article-Masons, Eastern Star, Install New Officers at Joint Ceremony, December 27, 1946

           

 

Box 8 

Folder 1

 

  1. Spring Ridge Methodist Church August 15, 1954
  2. Kentwood Methodist Church Yearbook & Directory 1966-1967
  3. Kentwood Methodist Church Yearbook & Directory 1967-1968
  4. Kentwood United Methodist Church December 6, 1992 (2 copies)
  5. Center United Methodist Church Dedication Ceremonies April 17, 1977
  6. Day’s United Methodist Church Special Historical Dedication April 9, 1978

 

Folder 2

  1. Amite Methodist Church History newspaper article
  2. Letter from Milburn Fletcher including ancestral charts and handwritten notes on loose paper (5)
  3. Newspaper articles covering local Methodist churches and church members (26)
  4. Letters from J. B. Cain, R .T. Henry, Lina, Jim (9)
  5. Handwritten notes on loose pages (8)
  6. A Brief History of the Kentwood Methodist Church

 

Folder 3

  1. Various church programs (6)
  2. Letter from L. Anderson
  3. Various newspaper articles on local Methodist churches, church members, and church community events (75)

 

Folder 4

  1. Church programs from Half Moon Baptist, New Zion, Natalbany, Enon, and Osyka Baptist (4)
  2. Handwritten notes on loose paper (4)
  3. Newspaper articles on various local Methodist and Episcopal churches, church members, and community events (47)

 

Folder 5

  1. Letter from Helen M. Blanchard and J. Solberg
  2. Newspaper clippings on churches including restorations, church members, and community events (22)
  3. The Chataway Vol. 45 No 1 October 1969

 

Folder 6

  1. You Hear Strange Things About Catholics
  2. Quick New Weekly: The Meaning of Easter April 6, 1953
  3. Brochures and programs on Catholicism (17)
  4. A Short Catechism for Young Children by John Brown
  5. Manual of Devotions St Mary’s Institute
  6. Letters from Helen Vass, St. Jude, Claire B. H. (5)
  7. Various newspaper articles on Catholic churches, church members, and church community events (48)
  8. Dixie The Times Picayune February 6, 1983

 

Folder 7

  1. Letter from J. C. Wells February 12, 1957
  2. Handwritten notes on loose pages (5)
  3. Baptist Church brochures, pamphlets, and programs (19)
  4. How Woman’s Missionary Union Began 1-6
  5. Dear Royal Service (7)
  6. Louisiana Baptists’ Responsibility Toward Roman Catholics by Carl E. Conrad

 

Folder 8

  1. St Joseph’s Cathedral 200th Anniversary
  2. Handwritten notes on loose pages (4)
  3. Letter from Kemp Tunis Family
  4. Methodist church program, pamphlets, and brochures (15)
  5. Various newspaper articles on local Methodist churches, church members, and church community events (29)
  6. Missions: Your Southern Baptist Heritage
  7. Book and Tape Sale mailing from David G. Durrett
  8. A History of My Life BY John William Booth 1946

 

Folder 9

Pamphlets and Booklets

  1. A Concise History of Ruth Baptist Church by Lenno Powell
  2. A History of Harrisonburg First Baptist Church
  3. History of Mount Vernon Baptist Church
  4. Woodville United Methodist Church
  5. History of Shiloh Church (2 copies)
  6. Liberty Baptist Church
  7. Mount Hermon United Methodist Church The First 100 Years
  8. No Greater Foundation by Julia Holden Garner 1960
  9. Jefferson Baptist Church Together We Build
  10. Leaves of Gold from Our Baptist Heritage
  11. First United Methodist Church Ponchatoula 1980
  12. Walker & Co Large Print Inspirational Books Catalogue

 

Folder 10

  1. Two Rivers Association Yearbook: Woman’s Missionary Union 1987-1988
  2. Two Rivers Association Yearbook: Woman’s Missionary Union 1988-1989
  3. A Short History of the Origin & Early Work & the Developments of the First White Baptist Church of Houma, La by L. C. Smith

 

Folder 11

  1. Printed documents covering the Louisiana Baptist Foundation and Convention 1970 (12)
  2. Old China Grove Church Homecoming is Renewed July 17, 1966 Jackson Daily News
  3. History of Social Springs Baptist Church 1880-1964
  4. Documents covering Christ Church Episcopal Summit, Ms (3)
  5. Handwritten notes on loose pages (3)
  6. Letter from Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky November 1, 1953
  7. Letter from Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky January 15, 1954
  8. Letter from Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky September 1, 1954
  9. Bogue Chitto Baptist Church Pike County, Ms

 

Folder 12

  1. Handwritten notes on loose pages (6)
  2. Letter from Bernard Blackwell June 11, 1980
  3. Letter from Dorothy Carpenter May 29, 1980
  4. Annual Catalogue of Hillman College Clinton, Ms 1893-1894
  5. Maud Arnett, Pioneer Teacher by Nelwyn Hutchinson 1967
  6. The Beacon Vol. XXXII No. 3 Spring 1980
  7. McComb Resident Gives Paper to MC Library Newspaper article
  8. Ms College Group Performs Tonight in Magnolia Newspaper articles March 22, 1976

 

Folder 13

  1. Book Reports Tangipahoa Baptist Association 67th Annual Session (2 copies)
  2. Book Reports of Two Rivers Baptist Association October 12, 1981
  3. Book Reports of Two Rivers Baptist Association October 13, 1986 (2 copies)

 

Folder 14

  1. Letter from the Kemp Tunis’s
  2. Christ Coming in the Air: The Rapture of the Church
  3. Saint Paul Presbyterian Church October Newsletter Houston, Tx
  4. Christ Church Cathedral documents (4)
  5. The Old Time Religion by Dottye Varnado magazine pages
  6. Kawaiahao Church Honolulu, Hawaii
  7. Outline of Philippians by Ray F. Robbins
  8. What Missionary Baptist Teach
  9. Newspaper articles on various local churches and church members (40)

 

Folder 15

  1. Documents covering churches including music sheets (6)
  2. The Union Signal: A Journal of Social Welfare Vol. LXXXII No 3 February 11, 1956
  3. Typed documents covering Brooks Scranlon Co, Presbyterian, Ponchatoula, Kentwood Bank, Kentwood Commercial, Kentwood & Eastern Railway Co (40)

 

Folder 16

  1. Various brochures and pamphlets covering Louisiana
    1. LSU University Bulletin The Flags of Louisiana January 1920
    2. Charles Parish
    3. See and Savor Louisiana
    4. Hibernia National Bank’s Bicentennial Commemorative
    5. Rural Homestead West Feliciana
    6. West Feliciana Parish and St Francisville Map
    7. American Association for State and Local History
    8. Family Folklore
    9. Louisiana House Types: A Field Guide
    10. Fall is Fabulous in Louisiana Oct-Dec 1973 (2 copies)
    11. Vision Vol. 50 No. 3 Fall 1994
  2. Various brochures covering Louisiana Churches
    1. Third Baptist Church
    2. The Sunday School Board (2 copies)
    3. Historical notes on First Baptist Church
    4. History of First Baptist Church by Dr. E. L. Scott September 1, 1935

 

Folder 17

  1. 78th Annual Washington Parish Fair
  2. 94th Annual Washington Parish Fair
  3. Various letters, articles, brochures on churches (8)
  4. Letters from Jimmie Lyons (3)
  5. Newspaper articles on Louisiana History including Bogalusa, women, churches, Fort Adams,W.M.U., and obituaries (29)

 

Folder 18

  1. Newspaper articles on history of Magnolia, Magnolia Village Square, obituaries, genealogy topics, community members, DAR, McComb college, MSU, Kentwood Ledger, Holmesville, Pike County, Mount Zion Baptist Church, and Local Lore & Legends (32)
  2. Brochures covering various areas of Mississippi (6)
  3. Zion Baptist Church directory 1998
  4. Handwritten notes on loose pages (10)
  5. Letters and postcards from various senders including J. N. Long, N. A. Cutrer, E. L. Loyal, Haye Loyal Ginger & Bill (8)
  6. Photograph labeled SWRmed Foundation Gala Osyka Eliz Ott

 

Folder 19

  1. Photograph labeled David Treen campaign for governor 1972 with Pat Needham, Kleinpeter, Colton George
  2. Newspaper articles covering Sternberg, history of Baton Rouge, The National Register, St Helena Parish, Engagement announcements, Restoration of “old jail”, last rites, obituaries, Local Lore & Legends, Down the Bayou, Louisiana Ancestors (27)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose pages (9)
  4. Letters from various senders including Mary Edwards, Mamie Williams, Maud Varnado, Mrs. E. J. Williams, Jackie Grein, Lillian M. Swingle, Mrs. Robert L. Green (8)

 

Folder 20

  1. Various pages of loose leaf paper with handwritten and typed notes labeled Bogue Chitto Association and Mrs. Ida Holmes McComb Abstract (31)
  2. Dark blue folder Labeld Information on Rev. Ezra Courtney First Louisiana Baptist Church Planter in East Feliciana Parish Claude Slaton and Artie Varnado 1989 containing handwritten notes on loose paper (9), newspaper articles (18), East Feliciana Parish Vol. II Hephzibah Baptist Church Records by Mary Ann Smith Sagely

 

Folder 21

  1. Red folder labeled Tangipahoa Church containing History of Tanigpahoa Baptist Church in Department of Church History by B. Milford Vaughn December 17, 1943 (2 copies, one containing 6 newspaper articles on church history)
  2. Comb bound Spring Creek Baptist Church directory
  3. Various newspaper articles on Mt Zion Baptist Church and Mt Nebo Church (11)
  4. Handwritten notes on loose pages and printed material on various churches (14)

 

Folder 22

  1. Folder labeled New Zion Baptist Church containing various newspaper articles, handwritten notes, and printed documents covering church history (39)
  2. 100 Years Service for God 1863-1963 Mt Hermon Baptist Church Program
  3. Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery 1837-1981 births and deaths
  4. The History of Magee’s Creek Baptist Church October 1966 by Alma Dell Magee Clawson

 

Folder 23

  1. Mt Nebo Baptist church 175th Anniversary Program (2 copies)
  2. Folder labeled Mt Nebo containing newspaper articles (7) and a record book 1813
  3. Red folder labeled Mt Nebo containing another copy of Mt Nebo Record book 1813

 

Box 9

Folder 1

  1. Congratulations: Edward Brumfield
  2. Newspaper pictures from awards day. March 22, 2006
  3. Obituary of Mable D Magee
  4. Passing the torch brings charm to area young ladies
  5. Alice Merrit enjoys senior life
  6. Dickey services set
  7. Picture of Sam McGee
  8. Obituary of Ivy Kinzy
  9. Newspaper picture of Temple Baptist church
  10. Obituary for Mary L. Fluker
  11. Obituaryies for Betty Morgan and Willis Dwayne McKnight
  12. Obituary for James Wricks
  13. Dyson-Williams to be inducted into Alma mater’s hall of fame
  14. Meet your Neightbor: Helen Barnes
  15. Quinn’s Chapel to dedicate new church
  16. Connie Dyson teacher of the year
  17. Dee’s home dedicated
  18. Geneva Dee’s Holy Land trip will be remembered forever
  19. Geneva Dees dedicates new home
  20. Margaret Jackson Smith candidate for Town council
  21. Kentwood native works in retail business for 11 years
  22. Mrs. Dees attends meeting in Ireland
  23. Smith, Wells inducted into Phi Delta Kappa
  24. Lt. Col Cassandra Butler serves with U.S Army Reserves
  25. Miss Sheldon Ulette Stewart to Wed Mr. Percy Orlando Taylor April 24
  26. Ladies of the Community join together to Pass the Torch
  27. The Kentwood News Ledger. Campus. February 28 2006
  28. Proclamation to be signed Sept. 17 citing October as Family History Month
  29. 2004 KHS Homecoming Queen
  30. Mississippi Personalities: Oprah Winfrey, Rachel McPherson, Leontyne Price
  31. Happy 94th Birthday: Frank J. Walker
  32. Local 1998 Graduates of Leadership Tangipahoa
  33. Newspaper picture: Bobby Gill welcoming Nelson Simmons
  34. State seeks help to restore cemetery
  35. Lloyd descendants hold reunion
  36. Lloyd, Tillis, and O’Neill families hold reunion
  37. Meet your Neighbor: Mary A. Gibson
  38. Dillon, Cormier to exchange vows
  39. Robertson, Johnson to exchange vows May 14
  40. New owner announces plans for former plaza
  41. Barnes, Cryer to exchange wedding vows in June ceremony
  42. Kentwood Keynotes: 85th Birthday to remember
  43. Newspaper picture: Keeping it clean, Joe Wall
  44. Page B-8 pic 1/21/88
  45. Picture 1987
  46. Picture: Sweet Home Choir
  47. Rev. Percy Simmons receives Doctor of Divinity Degree
  48. Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church observes 104th anniversary
  49. Kentwood Museum to sponsor Black History
  50. Picture: Centennial fashions
  51. Woven on the loom of time: Louisiana’s African American heritage a special blend
  52. Neighbors/Ancestors: One mystery sometimes lead to another
  53. Amite native’s DNA links to ancestors
  54. Options installs officers, board of directors of ‘04
  55. Tangipahoa celebrates red ribbon week
  56. Picture: Ellica Buckhalter Womack
  57. Celebration recognized Womack’s 91st birthday
  58. Clifton speaks to Kentwood Rotary Club
  59. Orange Grove Church of God in Christ
  60. Mrs. Vera turns 91
  61. Taking away history
  62. Kentwood Roo selected to Louisiana All-State Team
  63. Negro history week being observed at Southern U.
  64. VooDoo history traced by Lafayette Teacher
  65. Weekend reunion for 1962 class
  66. Reunion turned into busy weekend: Class of 61 celebrates
  67. Campaign: Ann Smith school board district A
  68. Campaign: Harold Smith Mayor
  69. Letter to Irene Morris from Black Studies from the University Press of Mississippi
  70. Sweet home folklife days set for Oct. 17
  71. Sweet home folklife days schedule of events. October 17, 1998
  72. Sweet Home Folklife Days Children Days
  73. Happy 94th birthday: Frank J. Walker
  74. Obituary for rose Cooper Walls
  75. Newspaper picture: Kentwood Community Choir
  76. Obituary of Betty Morgan and Willis Dwayne McKnight
  77. Obituary of Joseph Martin Hookfin
  78. Obituary of Helen Williams
  79. Obituary of Rev. Willie Carroll
  80. First female police officer determined to do it right
  81. Twelve years a slave
  82. Historian pulls slave histories from obscurity to compile CD
  83. Lloyd descendants hold reunion
  84. Obituary of Albert Walker
  85. Obituary of John Burton
  86. Kangaroo Korner: Margie Brumfield
  87. Newspaper picture: Dedication Ceremonies
  88. Kentwood high announces 1997 homecoming court
  89. Lloyd, Tillis, and O’Neill families hold reunion
  90. Database consolidates slave trade records on CD-ROM
  91. Her eyes on the stars, Tubman took great risks to free others
  92. Phillis Wheatlery Poetic Voice of the Revolution
  93. Book Price reduction announced
  94. Another movie being filmed
  95. Black genealogy topic of workshop
  96. Tracing the Family Tree of Black English
  97. A talented author stubs her toe on The Rock Cried Out
  98. Black history needs more exploration
  99. Bill Lynch: Segregation Shift
  100. Barn Raising
  101. Kentwood Homecoming ‘99-Roo Style
  102. Dillon, Cormier to exchange vows
  103. Thomas Sowell: Reparations for Slavery?
  104. The Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Series in Louisiana History volume XI
  105. The 2000 Kentwood High Homecoming court
  106. Howard University Library: African American Mecca
  107. Laura Plantation: On the Great River Road
  108. Seeking Light: Uncovering the Underground Railroad
  109. “Shadow Over the City”, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, pgs 152-53

 

Folder 2

  1. Dedicatory services of the new sanctuary program of Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church
  2. Program for 104th year anniversary of Sweet Home Baptist Church
  3. Sweet Home Baptist Church Museum “Folk life days festival” brochure
  4. Sweet Home Folklife Days program
  5. The Fabric of our Culture: A Directory of Louisiana’s African-American Attractions
  6. Sweet Home Baptist Church Museum Folklife Days Festival Activity book
  7. Sweet Home Baptist Church Museum Folklife Days booklet
  8. Communication Expo: The Episode
  9. Picture: Estes Smith 1977
  10. Picture: Diane Bridges Williams, Shelia Broyles, James Allen, and Harold Smith
  11. Harold Smith seeks alderman vote support
  12. Smith becomes Kentwood’s 1st female principal
  13. 2 winners named Smith finally answer doubts
  14. Aunt Celia Butler is 97 years old
  15. Ancestor Chart of Harold Smith jr & obituary of Ella Butler Smith
  16. Genealogy on Sidney Smith
  17. Genealogy on Collins Hookfin
  18. Genealogy on Mixon family
  19. Genealogy of John Womack
  20. Genealogy of Addison family
  21. Genealogy of Alex Mixon
  22. Genealogy of Sandy Mixon
  23. Roots traced back to slave from Africa as 11 year old
  24. Ancestor chart on Susie Butler
  25. Genealogy on April Butler
  26. Genealogy on Frank Butler
  27. Written notes: Womack
  28. Written notes: Susie Washington
  29. Written notes: Ava Tuillan
  1. Ancestor chart: Frances Tiullen
  2. Ancestor chart: Rube Womack
  3. Genealogy on Abraham Burton Womack
  4. Genealogy on Avery Breed Tuillen
  5. Genealogy on William Jacob Womack
  6. Newspaper information on Womack family
  7. Genealogy on George Mixon
  8. Genealogy on William Womack
  9. Up from slavery by Nicholas Russell Murray
  10. Roots author hits slave mentality

           

Folder 3

Red folder and manilla enveloped filled with newsclippings, notices, correspondence related to Forchia V. Wilson

Manilla Envelope:

  1. Picture: Mrs. Urlan ? March 85
  2. Newspaper picture of staff and Board Members of the Tangipahoa Parish convention and Visitors Bureau. Wednesday Dec. 7 2005
  3. Missionaries attend Black, White Gala. The Daily Star August 17, 2007
  4. Obituary and Program of Edwin Wilson
  5. Obituary for Rev A.M Varnado
  6. Obituary for Mrs. Annie Mae Varnado
  7. Kentwood course is tailor-made
  8. Sweet home Baptist Church holds VBS
  9. Special services at Sweet home
  10. Miss Marcia Varnette Wilson and Bernard Jenkins exchange vows
  11. Miss Wilson to be wed in June
  12. Lisa Wilson to marry
  13. Complete’s work at Loyola U.
  14. Wilson named Educator of the Year
  15. Storybook figures come to life. Hammond Daily Star January 17, 1984
  16. Local students win in writing competition. Kentwood Ledger February 13, 1986
  17. Open house for TTSD
  18. Memories and Old papers are actual Wealth for the Inquiring Historian
  19. Sharing some special memories
  20. St. Helena deseg case on TV
  21. Principal recalls growing up black in Hammond
  22. Camp Moore is now national Historic Place
  23. Historic places
  24. Dormitory of Training Institute listed as National Historical place
  25. Old dormitory now eligible for restoration grants, benefits
  26. Old dorm has undergone many changes
  27. 42 year old teacher still gives to community. Neighbors November 3 2002
  28. Goolahwilleel, The Topknot Pigeon pg 297-299
  29. Potluck Supper. Sweet Home Baptist Church February 28 2004
  30. Obituary for Jessie Mae Tate
  31. Obituary for Lutishia William
  32. Obituary for Joyhnny Tate
  33. MaryAnn Cooper completes third season
  34. Kentwood Course is tailor made
  35. Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church brochure
  36. Obituary for Mitchell Tate
  37. Obituary for Millie Marie Coleman
  38. Invitation to Irene Morris from Sweet Home Baptist Church.
  39. Forchia Wilson named principal of the Year
  40. Retired principal teaches adults to read
  41. Fochia V. Wilson joins Phi Delta Kappa
  42. Childrens book week celebrated at Kentwood Elementary
  43. Retirement Celebration Dinner program
  44. Two honored at retirement dinner
  45. Black Fest names 8 to board
  46. A model school
  47. Remember Us
  48. Mrs. Wilson addresses convention
  49. Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church observes 104th anniversary
  50. The best keeps getting better
  51. Picture: Jermy Joiner (?)
  52. Newspaper picture: Fochia V. Wilson and children
  53. Retirement doesn't stifle principles love for kids
  54. Retirees honored at Banquet
  55. Invition to reception at Kentwood Elementary
  56. Recpetion held at KES to honor young author
  57. Obituary Latishia WilliamObituary Johnny L. Tate
  58. Newsclipping Mary Ann Cooper
  59. Obituary Jessie Mae Tate
  60. Obituary Mitchell Tate Sr.
  61. Obituary Millie Marie Coleman Tate
  62. Brochure Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church
  63. Newsclipping, “Prof” Edwin H. Wilson

 

Folder 4 - Collis Temple Folder

  1. Local lore and Legend April 18 2007
  2. Collis Temple: LSU’s Lanky Leaper
  3. Rotary gears up for annual Governor’s Cup Golf Tournament
  4. LSU vs. Old Miss program February 5, 1972
  5. Newspaper picture: Collis Temple
  6. Former LSU star Collis Temple special guest player at Annual Rotary Golf Tournament
  7. Written notes
  8. Kentwood Rotary Club honors Collis B. Temple Jr. Kentwood News Ledger June 6, 2007.
  9. Sports. Kentwood news ledger June 6, 2007

 

Folder 5 - Jazz Folder

  1. Written notes on Music Club Program March 1980
  2. Canadian town gets taste of Louisiana culture, song
  3. Fate swings baton for bandsman
  4. “The Saints”- “A Trite, Boring Tune”
  5. Another Opinion on the Birth of Dixieland
  6. New Orleans trip taken
  7. Slim young man toots mean horn
  8. Works reproduced
  9. Band leader “Papa” French rites Saturday
  10. Weill gives LSU grads footnotes
  11. Louisiana Star tracks
  12. Academy aims to keep jazz alive in N.O
  13. Danny and Lu Barker: Still going strong
  14. Satchmo’s home called landmark
  15. Called “Thumbs” Carllile’s into jazz with dash of disco
  16. The calendar: Things to do and see in and around New Orleans
  17. A little jazzy good anytime
  18. Jazz here from Overseas
  19. Jazz clarinetist Bigard is Dead
  20. Music Commission
  21. SU chairwoman prepares report on African visit
  22. Afro-American history put into one big
  23. Funeral set for NAACP leader
  24. Jazz at the Milne
  25. The Soul City of Jazz
  26. Satchmo Goes Upriver
  27. Newspaper picture: Louis Armstrong
  28. New Orleans Jazz
  29. Jazz program to be dedicated to Armstrong
  30. Tribute larger than expected; Satchmo Would have loved it
  31. Service for Louis Warmly Acclaimed
  32. Tributes to Louis in down beat annual
  33. Armstrong admirers plan monument in New Orleans
  34. Pie Dufour’s a la mode
  35. Satchmo’s music lingerson
  36. Satchmo’ tributes continue to pour in
  37. Beefing up to act as buffer between business consumer
  38. Newcomb teacher says jazz is fusing with rock
  39. Milne forms jazz band as tribute to Satchmo
  40. Requiem is Armstrong memorial
  41. The jazz sound of Louisiana
  42. Men of Jazz
  43. 5 freshman cant be wrong: Jazz International Language
  44. Jazz club independent, Officer Says
  45. Still with it: A glance at jazz history
  46. SU students of Music cast in lecturer roles
  47. All that jazz
  48. Dissent, Violence aired at Tulane conference here
  49. If only Satchmo could have seen it
  50. The new Orleans sound
  51. Students cool under pressure of performing
  52. Dizzy and Satchmo and jazz
  53. The bourbon street beat
  54. Paper and timeline of music genres
  55. Jazz festival concert flyer

             

Folder 6 - Black History

News clippings, programs, photos and articles related to black history; includes the following:

  1. Show Biz: October 3, 1973
  2. Ink Spots
  3. The fabulous Top of the Mart Lounge presents “Ink Spots”
  4. Picture: “Ink spots”
  5. Flamenco Entertainment lively spontaneous fun
  6. Member of Ink Spots still musically active
  7. Performance set by music group
  8. Top stars to Gather at “Circus”
  9. EMPR musicians find satisfaction, relaxation through music
  10. Craft night at St. Andrews United Methodist Church flyer
  11. Underground Railroad Quilt
  12. Summer to host gala tribute to Carrie Pugh
  13. Former village of Tangipahoa resident and trumpeter Willie Cook dies at 75
  14. Tangipahoa Parish School System Talented Music Program
  15. Program students perform at annual recital
  16. Negro Spirituals Through the years. February 23, 1999
  17. Portraits show Natchez had black middle class following the Civil War
  18. The Rosenwald Project
  19. Black Studies Ok; not Separatism
  20. Unique Challenges in Louisiana Genealogy. Louisiana Genealogical Register September 1994
  21. Creole Williamsburg: Laura Plantation to be Restored. Louisiana Genealogical Register. March 1994
  22. Amahl Anew
  23. Musical Memorabilia Preservation Urged
  24. Pie Dufour’s a la mode
  25. Promoting La. Music
  26. Old favorites were Louisiana Inspired
  27. Peckerwood Hill Homecoming Set
  28. Opera Satirizes famed Orpheus Underworld Visit
  29. “Fantasticks” Termed Brilliant Production
  30. Mormons Tell Stand on Negroes
  31. Black Monument garners support
  32. If all you learn is white history, it is mis-education
  33. Bogalusa activist keeps his dream
  34. Woman prods DAR to honor minorities
  35. Judge: Race no issue
  36. Amite street gets new name
  37. News from Salt Lake City
  38. U.S Agencies persecuted Outstanding Black Writer
  39. Poet honored: Pinkie Gordon Lane
  40. Southern teachers honored
  41. Author of “Black Like Me,” John Howard Griffin, Dies
  42. Quiet, sincere-or not black enough
  43. Former Slaves describe their newfound Freedom in Liberia
  44. The Mini Page. Saturday January 28, 1995. Front page
  45. Slavery hinders black genealogy
  46. Black antiques show country’s racial attitudes
  47. Black history program presented at union chapel
  48. Hammond club honors founder of Negro home
  49. Jesse W. Davis final rites set
  50. Amistad: treasury of ethnic history
  51. The News digest. October 30, 1985 front page
  52. Lila Mefford Group
  53. Cass Sanders weds Georgia Vernon
  54. Resident Retires: Alfred Stewart
  55. Hunter college professor praises history of blacks
  56. Geography professor to attend institute
  57. State of Black Education in Crescent City Surveyed
  58. Black Genealogy handbook for Traces of African Past
  59. Tracing the Roots of Black English
  60. Nigeria school buys vast Africa book Collection
  61. Narratives of Former Slaves Relate Sad, Funny Stories, Brutality, Gentle Memories
  62. Returning to his roots
  63. In search of Roots
  64. Roo Royalty
  65. Black history gallery brings life to Burglund neighborhood
  66. Kentwood High 2003 Homecoming Court
  67. Black creates revolution with DAR
  68. Woman is lingering in gray area as state has yet to decide her race
  69. Cosby blasts trend in black culture
  70. Cosby was politically incorrect-and right
  71. Thomas Sowell: Bravo for Bill Cosby
  72. Corn puddings a pretty dish to serve at next supper club

            Also includes photo and obituary for Verdie Powell Dillon;

            photos: Jay & Aa, 1946; Jessie Brumfield 1941-2, Carl Pierce 1949; photo 1949; Daisy,

             Ramona & Rick, 1962;  negatives

 

Folder 7 - Black History

            Newsclippings, magazine articles, notes, related to black history and Tangipahoa Parish

             Training School. Also includes the following:

  1. Honored at recognition day
  2. Local couple to attend conference in Africa
  3. Tangipahoa Parish Training School/Dillion Memorial High School reunion

                1993 program

  1. Training School
  2. Collis Temple directs Mayor’s team activities for young people.
  3. Obituary of Collis B. Temple Sr.
  4. African style rites are planned for Sept. 17
  5. Kentwood man Achieves
  6. First Bi-Parish parent recognition Day meets with tremendous success
  7. Meet the Tigers
  8. Coach Dale Brown
  9. The Pettit Era: A Basketball General–Robert Lee Pettit
  10. Tide Nips Tigers in 4 Ots, 103-99
  11. Screen appoints Temple
  12. Collis Temple candidate for Representative
  13. Temple anniversary
  14. Shirley apartments dedicated in Tangipahoa Sunday
  15. Something new has been added
  16. C.B. temple fundraising banquet held
  17. Judge rules jury must reapportion
  18. Letter to voters from Collis Temple
  19. Blue, Grey, and Black
  20. Letter written “Cleveland Plain Dealer”
  21. Thorton, Watson an asset to the cafeteria at Kentwood High School
  22. First Bi-Parish parent Recognition Day meets with tremendous success

 

Folder 8 -Black History

            Newsclippings, postcards, booklets related to black history

  1. Postcards-Sambo’s restaurants
  2. Copy (newspaper) of The first book on black collectibles-with over 200 photographs
  3. Singers in the Dawn: A Brief Anthology of American Negro Poetry.

                  By Robert B. Eleazer

  1. Blake knows how to wow ‘em
  2. Business card for Leroy Jones and his Hurricane Brass Band
  3. Written notes on Silverthrone, Elizabeth
  4. Louisiana African American Odyssey brochure
  5. Black Heritage Trail: A Travel Guide
  6. The National Civil Rights Museum
  7. Women’s Division- Board of Global Ministries
  8. TV epic in the making
  9. Black history is in the (game) cards
  10. Postcards
  11. Sambo’s coloring book

 

Folder 9 - Black History (not local):

  1. 101 things everyone should know about African American History
  2. Smithsonian: The Roots of American Music November 2001
  3. Red Rooster Mini-farm
  4. Constitution Village: A village of living history
  5. Dothan Alabama visitors guide
  6. Auburn Alabama visitors guide
  7. African American Heritage in Tuscaloosa
  8. Its pure, but not simple
  9. Pike Pioneer museum
  10. Local history; Larger than Life!
  11. Hallowed Ground
  12. The Case for Reparations
  13. Louisiana Genalogical Register volume VLI No. 3 September 1994 pg 292
  14. Dr. Clark as we knew him
  15. New routes to old roots

 

Folder 10 - Black History (not local):

Miscellaneous news clippings, magazine articles on black history

 

Folder 11 - Black History

  1. People magazine March 26 2007 (see pg 132: Last slaves in Mississippi)
  2. District court proceedings released. May 16, 2007
  3. The Kentwood Ledger front page. July 11 2007
  4. A celebration of life for Mr. Cain Walls Sr.
  5. Pedestrian killed near the village of Tanigpahoe. The Kentwood News Ledger July 11 2007.
  6. Former Village of Tangipahoa postal employee confesses to crime
  7. Village of Tangipahoa receives grant to fund new water tower
  8. Cain Walls Sr. Celebrates 113th birthday.

 

Folder 12 - Black History

            Miscellaneous items related to black history. Includes Black Heritage Trail,

             Underground Railroad; the Artifacts of Slavery; A Negro Warns the Negro Press;

             information on Clementine Hunter; Program from Columbia Theater (Dec 2, 2005);

             obituary Edwin Howard Wilson, History of Tangipahoa Training School; Program -

             Sweet Home Folk Life Days; newsclippings, notes, correspondence.

 

Folder 13 - Black History

            Miscellaneous items related to black history – Program, Sweet Home Missionary Baptist

             Church 104th Anniversary; Alabama Black Heritage program; Birds of George W.

             Carver National Monument; George Washington Carver; newsclippings and other

             articles. Also includes photographs: Richard and Lily Dancing the Cake Walk; Fanny

             Smith Children, Richard, Florence, Lily, and Myrtle, 1904; Vets of American Legion;

 

Folder 14 - Black History

            Manilla folder marked KKK with newsclippings

 

Box 10

Folder 1: Receipts and Invoices for Lecopte Hardwar Furnature Co., dated 1922.

 

Folder 2: Osyka, MS

  1. Letter to Irene from Katheryn Cale Ott. Dated Oct. 16th
  2. Various Newspaper clippings concerning Osyka, MS, Osyka community events, Osyka family trees. From May 28th – March 31st (77 items)
  3. Photo of Polly Woodward, Hilda Hines, Betty Joe Beadle, and Diane Harrell at the Osyka Fall Fest in 1982.
  4. Correspondence from the American Medical Association concerning genealogical information of dead physicians.

 

Folder 3: Reid Family Notes

  1. Pamphlet from ASCE Convnetion and Exposition held in New Orleans (undated).
  2. Colvin Reid Obituary, Kentwood Ledger, May 26th (3 copies).
  3. Resume of Colvin Reid (2 copies).
  4. Various notes on Colvin Reid.
  5. Pamphlet from Colvin Reid’s Funeral Service
  6. Copies of various obituaries concerning Colvin Reid.
  7. Copy of Colvin Reid’s death certificate. (2 copies)
  8. Colvin Reid’s business Memorandum (2 copies).
  9. Letter of condolence from Lions Eye Bank of Texas (2 copies).
  10. Letter of condolence form Veterans County Service Office, dated May 20th
  11. “Down Memory Lane” poem dated Oct. 1994.
  12. Letters to friends and family informing of Colvin Reid’s death, dated July 28th 1994- August 2nd
  13. Various newspaper articles dated from 1982-1994.
  14. Various correspondences dated from June 1975- May 2000.

 

Folder 4: Correspondence from Robert E. Reid to Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Reid (1949)

  1. The 32’s News.S.S. Leyte (CV-32) Newsletter, Nov. 24th 1949.
  2. Postcard dated Sept. 2nd
  3. Letter postmarked Dec. 26th
  4. Letter postmarked Oct. 8th
  5. Letter postmarked Oct. 16th 1949
  6. Letter postmarked Nov. 25th 1949, with Thanksgiving menu.
  7. Letter postmarked Oct. 8th
  8. Letter postmarked Sept. 30th
  9. Letter postmarked Nov. 23rd
  10. Letter postmarked Dec. 5th
  11. Letter postmarked Nov. 13th
  12. Letter postmarked July 16th
  13. Letter postmarked Nov. 20th
  14. Letter postmarked Nov. 10th 1949, includes Newsletter with ‘Kingdom of Greece’ letterhead.
  15. Letter postmarked Oct. 14th
  16. Letter postmarked Oct. 28th
  17. Letter postmarked Nov. 23rd
  18. Letter postmarked Nov. 24th 1949, enclosed with two picture postcards.
  19. Letter postmarked Dec. 12th
  20. Letter postmarked Nov. 2nd
  21. Letter postmarked Nov. 23rd
  22. Letter postmarked Oct. 27th

 

Folder 5: Correspondence from Robert E. Reid to Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Reid (1950)

  1. Letter postmarked Feb. 28th
  2. Letter postmarked Feb. 11th
  3. Letter postmarked Jan. 8th
  4. Letter postmarked Jan. 14th
  5. Letter postmarked Feb. 21st
  6. Letter postmarked Feb. 6th
  7. Letter postmarked Nov. 24th
  8. Letter postmarked Oct. 29th
  9. Letter postmarked Jan. 15th
  10. Letter postmarked Nov. 10th 1950, attached with 2 photographs.
  11. Letter postmarked Nov. 28th
  12. Letter postmarked Oct. 15th 1950, includes newspaper clippings of Manchuria.
  13. Letter postmarked Aug. 12th
  14. Letter postmarked May 22nd
  15. Letter postmarked June 17th
  16. Letter postmarked Aug. 5th
  17. Letter postmarked April 20th
  18. Letter postmarked May 30th
  19. Letter postmarked June 13th
  20. Letter postmarked Feb. 13th
  21. Letter postmarked Jan. 8th
  22. Letter postmarked Mar. 6th
  23. Letter postmarked July 20th
  24. Letter postmarked Feb. 2nd
  25. Letter postmarked Feb. 21st
  26. Letter postmarked Dec. 4th
  27. Letter postmarked Sept. 23rd

 

Folder 6: Correspondence from Robert E. Reid to Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Reid (1951-1972)

  1. Letter postmarked on Jan. 11th
  2. Letter postmarked May 21st 1951
  3. Letter postmarked Jan. 22nd
  4. Letter postmarked Jan. 15th
  5. Letter postmarked Jan. 11th 1951
  6. Letter postmarked Feb. 17th 1951
  7. Letter postmarked May 21st 1951
  8. Letter postmarked Jan 11th 1951
  9. Letter postmarked Jan. 8th 1951
  10. Letter postmarked Feb. 12th 1951, includes negative of Stained glass window.
  11. Letter postmarked April 27th 1951
  12. Letter postmarked Mar. 1st
  13. Postcard sent from Panama City, FL, dated 1967.
  14. Postcard sent from Nashville, TN, dated Sept. 5th 1969
  15. Postcard sent from Innsbruck, Austria, undated.
  16. Postcard sent from Madrid, Spain. Undated.
  17. Postcard sent from Nauplia, Greece. Undated.
  18. Postcard sent from Istanbul, Turkey, undated.
  19. Postcard from Vienna, Austria, undated.
  20. Postcard from Mexico, undated.
  21. Photo of Capitol Hill
  22. Postcard from Geneva, Switzerland, dated 1972.
  23. Postcard from Barcelona, Spain, dated 1972.
  24. Postcard from Milan, Italy, dated 1972.
  25. Postcard from Capri, Greece, dated 1972.

 

Folder 7

  1. “Reading About the Reids: Genealogy of John A. Reid” by Irene Morris. (2 copies)
  2. “The Life of J. W. Reid: A Detective.” (4 copies)
  3. Typed copies of Research done by “Mrs. J.P.Morris Jr.” concerning the Reid Family (3 copies).
  4. W. Reid’s Notes and Music sheets concerning Whipporwills.
  5. w. Reid’s notes on the song entitled “ When they laid my dear Lord in the Tomb.
  6. Sheet music and notes by J.W. Reid (16 items)
  7. Copy of the “Last Hymn”
  8. Notebook containing notes on J.W. Reid.

 

Folder 8: Correspondence- Reid Family

  1. Various Correspondence with Francis Merle Reid (15 items)
  2. Letters from F.M. Reid
  3. Letters from Milt and Marmie Reid (12 items)
  4. Letters from Milt Reid (7 items)
  5. Letters from Winnie (6 items)
  6. Letter from Milt Reid (2 copies)
  7. Letter from Milt Reid (2 items)
  8. Letter from Milt Reid (2 copies)
  9. Copy of Letter from Francis Milton Reid (7 items)
  10. Letter from Milt Reid postmarked May 18th
  11. Letter from Milt Reid Postmarked Apr. 29th
  12. Newspaper clippings and photos attached to paper notes on Joseph W. Reid Jr. and Milton Reid (12 items)
  13. Letter from Milt Reid postmarked Aug. 22nd 1959
  14. Letter to family informing of Francis Milton Reids death
  15. Various Letters from Milt Reid (22 items)
  16. Letter to “Colvin” from Milt Reid dated Jan. 20th
  17. Letters from Frances Milton Reid (2 items)
  18. Various letters (14 items)
  19. Letter from Angie De Bo.
  20. Various Letters (19 items)
  21. Letter from Milt Reid dated Dec. 12th
  22. Various Letters from Milt Reid.

 

Box 11

Folder 1: Daughters of the American Revolution (2 Pieces)

Folder 2: Roy Thomson 8th and 9th Grade Record Book 1915 (1 Piece)

Folder 3: Northwestern state University Alumni Columns Magazine, 1974 (1 Piece)

Folder 4: Saturday Evening Post Magazine Feb. 1954 (1 Piece)\

Folder 5: Daughters of the Confederacy (43 Pieces)

Folder 6: Genealogy Notes (79 Pieces)

Folder 7: Northwestern State University Eugene P. Watson Library Papers (62 Pieces)

Folder 8: History of Tangipahoa Parish (49 Pieces)

Folder 9: Library Notes (14 Pieces)

Folder 10: Brochures (67 Pieces)

Folder 11: Daughters of the American Revolution (113 Pieces)

Folder 12: United Daughters of the Confederacy (68 Pieces)

Folder 13: Civil War Information (99 Pieces)

Folder 14: Newspaper Clippings on Indians in Louisiana (11 Pieces)

Folder 15: Kentwood Newspaper Clippings (53 Pieces)

Folder 16: Personal Correspondence and Pictures (10 Pieces)

Folder 17: Church Brochures and Map to Church (3 Pieces)

 

Box 12

Folder 1: Kentwood Catholic Church History (30 Pieces)

Folder 2: Miscellaneous “G” Family Notes (47 Pieces)

Folder 3: Miscellaneous “D” Family Notes (188 Pieces)

Folder 4: Miscellaneous “C” Family Notes (71 Pieces)

 

Box 13

Folder 1: Newspaper clippings, thank you notes, 1981 (Kentwood Music Club, Camp Moore Museum events, J.O.Y club)  (92 items)

Folder 2: Newspaper clippings, thank you notes, church bulletins, 1981 (Pike County/McComb, MS events, articles on historical sites/markers)  (34 items)

Folder 3A: Newspaper clippings, personal correspondence and notes, brochures, pamphlets, 1982 (260 items)

Folder 3B: Notebook with notes and newspaper clippings, personal correspondence, 1982

            (14 items)

Folder 4: Newspaper clippings, personal correspondence, photo of Morris House in the North, 1982 (34 items)

Folder 5: Personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, Soil and Water Conservation Newsletter, 1982 (73 items)

Folder 6: Newspaper clippings, personal correspondence, 1983 (72 items)

Folder 7: Newspaper clippings, personal correspondence, personal planner/calendar 1983, 1984, 1985 (110 items)

Folder 8: News clippings and personal correspondence

Folder 9: Newspaper clippings, copies of Eastern Star Programs, personal notes, mailing lists, 1984 (113 items)

Folder 10: Newspaper clippings, copies of Eastern Star Programs, personal notes, correspondence, curriculum vitae James P. Morris, 1985 (169 items)

Folder 11: Newspaper clippings, programs, brochures, personal correspondence, 1986

            (103 items)

Folder 12: 1978 news clippings, notes, personal correspondence (95 items)

Folder 13: 1979 news clippings, notes, personal correspondence (87 items)

Folder 14: 1979-1982 news clippings, personal correspondence, southeastern United States map, photos (126 items)

Folder 15: 1979-1982 news clippings, personal correspondence, Southeastern Alumni News Winter 1971 (137 items)

Folder 16: Newspaper articles about Frances Parkinson Keyes; Newspaper articles about Grace Elizabeth King; Typed letter-to Irene Reid Morris from Marion Kelley, subject: Grace King

Folder 17: Newsclippings, notes, Charles Estiene Gayarre and Roncal (196 items)

Folder 18: Newsclippings, notes, Charles Estiene Gayarre, Roncal, Grace King (115 items)

Folder 19: Notes, newspaper clippings, Gayarre; publication “le Baton Rouge Roots Along the River, Vol IX, No 1, Winter 1989; publication “le Baton Rouge” Vol. IX, No. 2, Spring 1989; publications “The Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly” Vol XXI, Number 4 Fall 2003 and Vol XXII, Number 1 Winter 2004 (16 items)

Folder 20: Newsclippings, photos, personal correspondence, notes Gayarre and Roncal; publication “Louisiana Woods and Water” Vol 1 No. 6 April 1972 (84 items)

Folder 21: Publication, “Louisiana Heritage” Spring 1969-GraceElizabeth King: Forgotten (1 item)

Folder 22: Newspaper clippings, notes, tourist brochures Phillip II and Spain (71 items)

Folder 23: Newsclippings, notes Gayarre and Roncal; audio tape June 8, 1996 Irene Morris Charles E.A. Gayarre (12 items)

Folder 24: Copies of 1902 booklet, Mathilda Grey, Zoe Preston; newspaper clippings, notes, personal correspondence (25 items)

 

 

Box 14 – Amite

Folder 1:

Paper copies of “Cain” by Margaret and Mildred Ezell; Cain and Associated families of the Amite County Mississippi (4 separate drafts with handwritten edits in margin) 28 pages each

 

Folder 2:

Documents regarding Cain Family

  1. Descendants of William Cain of Baltimore County Maryland (13 pages)
  2. Compiled records of Baltimore County Maryland (15 pages)
  3. Compiled records of Orange County North Carolina
  4. Orange County and Hillsborough items of history compiled by Hugh Conway Browning & James Cain (30 pages)
  5. Compiled records of Hancock County Georgia (13 pages)
  6. Compiled records of Wilkinson County Mississippi (47 pages)
  7. Compiled records of Amite County Mississippi (27 pages)

Folder 3:

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings and papers regarding Amite

  1. 8X 10 photograph of Amite courthouse; October 1997 from Edwin Schilling
  2. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling containing newspaper clipping and 3 X 4 B&W photo of Edwin Schilling
  3. Pocket protector with two copies of newspaper clipping regarding Edwin Schilling publication of ‘Amite Now and Then’; October 15, 1997
  4. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Charles V. Genco containing newspaper clipping, letter, and copy of ‘Early History of Amite’ written by Charles McCoy; dated October 20, 1992
  5. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin C. Schilling containing letter and copy of newspaper article
  6. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling containing newspaper clippings (7)
  7. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling containing letter dated September 28, 1995
  8. Annual Amite Oyster Festival Brochure 1994 (2 copies)
  9. cut out of Amite City street index
  10. photo copy of holiday card from Amite Oyster Queen: Laura Lea Reid; 1994
  11. photo copy of 1866 receipt for income tax and 1923 check from Treasurer of the United States for .01 cent
  12. miscellaneous scraps of paper with handwritten notes (3)
  13. large manila envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling containing document regarding Moses Varnado; July 14, 1998
  14. large manila envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling (empty) with hand written notes on the front

 

Folder 4:

Papers and copied documents regarding Amite history

  1. Photocopies of newspaper clippings that mention Edwin Schillings publication of ‘Amite Now and Then’ (11)
  2. Photocopies of newspaper clippings that mention Edwin Schillings publication of ‘ Echoes from the Past’ (7)
  3. Copy of news article written by Edwin Schilling titled ‘ The First United Methodist Church’ dated Nov. 17, 1994 (2)
  4. Amite’s Indian Graveyard; 1994 (front) Amite Rotary Club Bulletin; 1994 (back)
  5. Income tax is not new – Echoes from the Past, Edwin Schilling; 1995
  6. Tangipahoa Baptist Association meeting with Spring Creek Baptist Church; October 1952
  7. Letter from Edwin to Irene containing 11 photocopies of postcards; august 1996
  8. News article ‘Camp Moore UDC elects officers’ 1988
  9. News article ‘Amite Mourns passing of Dorothy Jane Peroyea’ 1995
  10. Pocket protector containing miscellaneous news clippings and Amite Rotary Club Bulletin 1995
  11. Diana M. Shaw (4/13/1824 – 6/22/1899)
  12. ‘Demise of Lake Holland calls Helena history into Memory’ January 18, 1968
  13. Varnado store museum brochure; 2006
  14. Louisiana history (page torn out of book with handwritten notes)
  15. Letter to Irene Morris from Vera S. Lind
  16. News article written by Irene Morris ‘Lake Holland’ Jan. 10, 1968
  17. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings (7)

 

Folder 5:

Newspaper Clippings regarding Edwin Schilling

  1. 61 article clippings referring to Edwin Schillings’ publication of ‘Amite Now and Then’
  2. 7 article clippings referring to Edwin Schillings’ publication of ‘Echoes from the Past’
  3. 26 article clippings referring to Edwin Schilling or written by Edwin Schilling regarding Amite history

 

Folder 6:

Large Envelopes

  1. To Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling; 2002 – containing miscellaneous papers related to For Merry Hearts compiled by Edwin Schilling
  2. To Mrs. J. P. Morris, Jr.; 18 newspaper clippings regarding Greensburg, hand written notes on scrap paper, and wedding invitation from Sherry Ann & A.W. Jr. ‘Buddy’
  3. To Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling; 2003 – containing 11 photos, envelope with letter and Christmas card, 4 news clippings referring to Edwin publication ‘Amite Then and Now’, and letter from Cherry Creek retirement Village
  4. To Edwin Schilling from Earl Bullock; 1995 – containing news article celebrating Edwin & wife 53 year wedding anniversary, and Ancestry chart from Joel Edwin Schilling & Daniel Edwin Schilling
  5. Envelope addressed to Camp Moore State Commemorative Area from Bruce manufacturing company; 1980 – contains Historical Issue of Amite Progress from 1939

 

Folder 7:

Contents of First Class mail envelope addressed to J. Polk Morris & Sons Inc. from Associated Grocers Inc.; June 1970

  1. Miscellaneous newspaper articles regarding history of Amite; dates ranging from 1937 – 1998 (172)
  2. Newspaper clippings taped to lose paper with handwritten notes in margin by Irene Morris; 1933-1981 (7)
  3. Scraps of loose paper with handwritten notes from Irene Morris (19)
  4. Amite Centennial Pageant 1961 program with newspaper clippings paper clipped to top
  5. typed page of information regarding the home of Mrs. & Mrs. Joe Simpson; 1987
  6. Land survey sketch of homes in Amite
  7. Amite Oyster Festival – Tour of Homes Donation ticket; Saturday March 10,1979
  8. Florida Parishes Conservation Festival and Spring Frolic program from Memorial Weekend; May 27,28,29, & 30; 1955
  9. Sketch of Amite Cemetery Plots 1970
  10. “Extend CTC Program” & “Paducah Gets Last Big Steamer” Page 2 torn out of Illinois Central Magazine; July 1964
  11. Front cover page torn from Illinois Central Magazine Volume 59 Number 1; June 1964
  12. Ridgewood Timbers “Doc’s Dream House” – page 16 torn from Illinois Central Magazine; July 1964 (2 copies)
  13. Amite’s 125th Birthday party program; September 28th, 1986 (2copies)
  14. 1979 Amite Oyster Festival Tour of Homes Program
  15. Birthday card from Newton A. Sanders (clerk of court) – sticky note with birth and death dates 1913-1921
  16. Blythewood Bed & Breakfast brochure; no date
  17. Blythewood Plantation Brochure; no date
  18. Hand sketch of Amite and other historically significant symbols; March –April 1984
  19. The Amite City Museum brochure – Amite and the oyster a 50 year love affair; 1999
  20. Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter Year Book; 1944 -1945
  21. Cartoon sketch and business map of Amite City from newspaper Amite Tangi Digest; no date
  22. Envelope addressed to Irene Reid Morris containing personal letter; 1980
  23. Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. Polk Morris containing invitation to Blythewood Plantation 18th annual holiday extravaganza; 1994
  24. Envelope addressed to Mr. & Mrs. James Polk Morris, Jr. containing thank you letter; 1986
  25. Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. Polk Morris containing invitation to 20th Anniversary of Christmas party from Kennedy & Goldsby families; 1996
  26. Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. Polk Morris containing wedding invitation from Ipha June & Mr. Michael Blanche; 1988
  27. Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. Polk Morris containing wedding invitation from Bonnie Kennedy & Mark Clutter; 1987
  28. Envelope addressed to Irene Reid Morris containing personal letter from Ed and Carol Henkel; 1997
  29. Typed letter to Irene Morris dated February 5th 1965 from Mrs. Linda
  30. 7 X 9 B&W photo of Dibert Bancroft, Ross, Mayo Cefalu from WTTbeck studio August 1968

 

Folder 8:

Personal affects and Historical documents

  1. Miscellaneous newspaper articles regarding history of Amite; dates ranging from 1953-2009 (15)
  2. Pocket protector with newspaper clippings glued on card stock titled “Hugh Goldsby Repurchases Caudau’s Drugs”; June 29,1966 – News Digest
  3. Paper bound copy of Huascar , or the swimming courier by Octavius Nash Ogden; 1905 and scrap of paper with hand written notes
  4. Town of Amite City, LA Visitors Guide; 1999
  5. Pamphlet from First Baptist Church (2 copies)
  6. Your Guide to Antiques & Fine Foods or near HWY 51 in Tangipahoa Parish; August 1, 1981
  7. Amite Centennial Booklet; 1961
  8. 2 printed pages regarding the Ledged of Kilroy & hand drawn sketch of Kilroy symbol
  9. Medium manila envelope addressed to Mrs. J.P. Morris from Mrs. Carrol Buck containing:
    1. 1 color photo of Miss LA Pre-teen: Laura Les Reid; 1985
    2. 1995 Amite Oyster Festival pamphlet (2 copies)
  10. Envelope addressed to Mrs. Irene Morris from Mrs. Lilah C Houeys; 1980 – containing 3 newspaper clippings and personal letter
  11. Envelope addressed to Mrs. J.P. Morris, Jr. from Devane’s studio; 1916 containing 3 newspaper clipping of married couple Albert and Mattie Bishop
  12. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from D.C. Kilgore; 1999 containing 2 personal letters (1 handwritten 1 typed) and 5 invitations to Treasures in Bookland (2 – 1999; 3 – 2000)
  13. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Carol Henkel; 2006 containing Christmas card and personal letter
  14. Envelope addressed to Irene R. Morris from Carol Henkel; 2007 containing Christmas card

 

Folder 9:

2 manila folders containing miscellaneous items regarding Edwin Schilling (handwritten notes and dates of visits)

  1. Miscellaneous scraps of newspaper articles regarding history of Amite (30)
  2. Scraps of paper with handwritten notes related to: Amite history, genealogy, and personal notes (20)
  3. Handwritten letter to Irene from Edwin; 7-5-1994
  4. Handwritten letter to Irene from Edwin; July 6, 1994
  5. Handwritten draft page from ‘Local Lore & Legend’ by Irene Morris
  6. Hand written genealogy notes: Smith and Strickland families
  7. Hand written genealogy notes: Burton family (2 pages)
  8. Hand written genealogy notes: Muse family (3 pages)
  9. Hand written notes and newspaper clipping taped to loose leaf paper regarding family genealogy (Beach, Easton, Garrett, and Berwick)
  10. Wedding invitation from Nina Lanell & Edwin Schilling
  11. Napkin from Edwin and Ann wedding; September 3, 2000
  12. Typed letter to Marjorie from Edwin Schilling; February 1, 1995
  13. Typed excerpt from ‘The St. Helena Echo’ by John M. Mcdonald; September 21, 1917
  14. Ancestor Chart: Kennedy family
  15. Hand written notes of family genealogy regarding Robert Yair & Mary (2 pages)
  16. Ancestor Chart: Muse family
  17. Typed pages regarding history of Muse family members (2 pages)
  18. Photo scan of article regarding Mrs. E.F. Muse with handwritten note in margins
  19. Photo copy of Norvilla Collegiate Institute certificate of Mastery of English Literature addressed to Hollis Womack Lindsey; 12 June 1894
  20. Photo copy of Norvilla Collegiate Institute certificate addressed to Fannie G. Reames; 1887
  21. Photo copy of Norvilla Collegiate Institute certificate addressed to Mamie Reams
  22. Sketch of Johnston Collegiate Institute, Greensburg, LA (2 copies)
  23. Sketch of Norvilla collegiate Institute (2 copies)
  24. Photo copy of news article regarding Florida parishes; 3-4-1891
  25. Types notes regarding St. Helena parish with hand written notes in margins (2 pages)
  26. Photo copy of advertisements from St. Helena Echo; 1913
  27. Photo copy of Citizens national bank calendar page regarding Kentwood 1994
  28. Photo copy of Citizens national bank calendar page regarding Atherton Theatre 1997
  29. Photo copy of Citizens national bank calendar page regarding Tangipahoa parish courthouse 1992
  30. Photo copy of deposit guaranty national bank calendar regarding Charles A. Kent Sr. 1997
  31. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Owen Roberts; 1994 containing: personal letter, scrap of paper with personal note, and map of Brookhaven & Lincoln county compliments of Trustmark national bank (handwritten notes on envelope)
  32. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling; 1994 containing: 2 programs from 1994 oyster festival, wooden coin from Edwin Schilling Oyster King XVI, scraps of paper with notes (4), typed pages of notes (3)
  33. Envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling; 1996 containing: 2 newspaper clipping of mention of “Amite then and now’ publication by Edwin Schilling
  34. Small sized manila envelope addressed to Irene Morris from Edwin Schilling; 1997 containing: newspaper article, photo copies of postcards (2) and personal letter
  35. Large manila envelope to Irene from Edwin (2) containing: personal letter (1994) and copy of an article from “St Helena Echo” (1994)

 

Folder 10:Continued loose materials found within book collection

  1. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. V No. 11 February 2, 1940
  2. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. V No. 11 February 2, 1940
  3. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. V No. 12 February 16, 1940
  4. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. V No. 17 May 7, 1940
  5. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VI No. 6 November 8, 1940
  6. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VI No. 14 March 21, 1941
  7. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VI No. 15 April 4, 1941
  8. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VI No. 17 April 25, 1941
  9. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 2 September 19, 1941
  10. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 4 October 17, 1941
  11. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 5 October 24, 1941
  12. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 6 November 14, 1941
  13. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 7 November 20, 1941
  14. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 8 December 12,1941
  15. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 11 February 20, 1942
  16. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 13 March 20, 1942
  17. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 10 February 6, 1942
  18. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VII No. 17-20 May 29, 1942
  19. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 1 September 25, 1942
  20. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 2 October 2, 1942
  21. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 2 October 2, 1942
  22. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 3 October 30, 1942
  23. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 3 October 30, 1942
  24. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 5 November 13, 1942
  25. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 5 November 13, 1942
  26. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 6 November 20, 1942
  27. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 6 November 20, 1942
  28. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 7 December 4, 1942
  29. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 10 January 29, 1943
  30. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 11 February 12, 1943
  31. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 12 February 26, 1943
  32. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 13 March 11, 1943
  33. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 14 March 26, 1943
  34. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 16 April 23, 1943
  35. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 17 May 7, 1943
  36. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 18 May 28, 1943
  37. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. VIII No. 18 May 28, 1943
  38. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. X No. 1 September 22, 1944
  39. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. X No. 2 October 6, 1944
  40. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. X No. 3 October 20, 1944
  41. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. X No. 4 October 27, 1944
  42. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. X No. 5 November 3, 1944
  43. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. X No. 6 November 10, 1944
  44. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. X No. 17 May 25, 1945
  45. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. XII No. 2 September 27, 1946
  46. Tiger Rags McComb High School Vol. XII No. 2 September 27, 1946
  47. The Ragged Tiger McComb High School Vol. V No. 234 ¼ April 9, 1943
  48. The Ragged Tiger McComb High School Vol. V No. 234 ¼ April 9, 1943

 

Folder 11

  1. Newspaper articles and magazine pages covering Ford family history (28)
  2. Letters and handwritten notes on scrap papers discussing Ford family (6)

 

Folder 12

  1. Various newspaper articles, magazine pages, letters, and handwritten notes on scrap papers covering the history of Livingston Parish labeled in a folder that was labeled “gathered with help of Clark Forrest” (37)

 

Folder 13

  1. Bannister Family history including newspaper articles, photographs, and various handwritten notes on loose papers (24)
  2. Greeting cards from Yvonne Lewis Day (4)

 

Folder 14

  1. Pearson family history including ancestral charts, newspaper obituaries, letters, and handwritten notes on scrap papers (35)

 

Folder 15

  1. Envelope labeled Pearson containing various printed pages on Pearson family history (43)

 

Folder 16

  1. Envelope containing various newspaper articles covering Amite and its history (43)
  2. Louisiana Bicentennial Magazine July-September 1976 (2)
  3. Land survey and land acquisition in the Florida parishes of Louisiana document
  4. “Cajuns” and Neo-Ethnicity: Concerns of an Acadian-American Genealogist by Winston De Ville March 2001

 

Folder 17

  1. Newspaper articles covering the West Florida Parishes history (13)

 

Folder 18

  1. Clinton & East Feliciana labeled envelope containing newspaper articles and documents covering East Feliciana history (26)

Folder 19

  1. Breed Suillin family including Local Lore & Legends newspaper article, various photocopied documents on family history, and handwritten notes on loose leaf papers (25)

 

Folder 20

  1. Envelope containing document titled Joseph C. W. McGee Family with an attached note

 

Folder 21

  1. Various newspapers, letters, brochures, and handwritten notes on the Natchez Trace District (10) (see corresponding book in book collection)
  2. Various newspapers, and handwritten notes on Kentwood community (27)
  3. Various newspapers, letters, brochures, and handwritten notes on Baton Rouge history (32)
  4. Newspaper clippings on New Orleans along with letters from Pelican Publishing House (7)

 

Folder 22

  1. Various tourism and informational brochures and pamphlets on Mississippi (25)
  2. Various tourism and informational brochures and pamphlets on Louisiana with letters and newspaper clippings on St Tammany parish (23)

 

Folder 23

  1. 1830 Enumeration Census of Washington Parish, Louisiana 1975 bound pages
  2. Blue folder labeled Annie Laurie Moody Circulating Library Louisiana Society D.A.R. 1960

 

Folder 24

  1. Envelope labeled American State Paper Volume III containing loose documents (74)

 

Box 15

Folder 1

  1. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, music legends, Local Lore & Legends, councilmen, Kentwood Magnet High School, rotary club, dairy farmers, letters to the editor (51)
  2. greeting cards to Irene from Jerry, June 2, 2011
  3. Various handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper-most notes contain various genealogy notes (32)

 

Folder 2

  1. Greeting cards to Maureen from Carol and Jerry Grazyle
  2. Newspaper clippings and magazine pages on various topics (20)
  3. Handwritten note on Gray, Green, White, and Brown girl family tree

 

Folder 3

  1. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (14)
  2. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, local businesses, Local Lore & Legends, community members (18)

 

Folder 4

  1. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper-most notes contain various genealogy notes (20)
  2. Photographs (5)
  3. Newspaper clippings on Local Lore & Legends, obituaries, local businesses, salt expo, Looking Back, fire departments, rotary club, LSU library, weddings, community members (70)

 

Folder 5

  1. Handwritten notes on loose paper (13)
  2. Greeting cards and letters from various senders (3)
  3. Photographs (5)
  4. Newspaper clippings on weddings, obituaries, Looking Back, Local Lore & Legends, garden club (76)
  5. Louisiana Roots newspaper March – April 2000

 

Folder 6

  1. Copies of photographs (9)
  2. Handwritten notes pertaining to genealogy (8)
  3. Miscellaneous newspaper articles (25)

 

Folder 7

  1. Bride’s ’85 newspaper
  2. Destrehan Plantation pamphlet
  3. Destrehan Plantation brochure
  4. Beau Fort Plantation brochure
  5. Mount Hope Plantation Home and Gardens brochure
  6. Nottoway Plantation brochure
  7. Treasures of Tutankhamun guides (2 copies)
  8. Bayou Folk Museum brochure
  9. Potts House pamphlet
  10. Beauregard House pamphlet
  11. Louisiana Tourist Magazine July-September 1977
  12. Louisiana State Legislature activity book

 

Folder 8

“Recreation, Wildlife and Tourism Committee”

  1. Articles, notes, and typed documents (30)

 

Folder 9

“Reid Census and Holden”

  1. Genealogy charts, articles, and notes (17)

 

Folder 10

  1. Miscellaneous newspaper articles (19)
  2. Hand written notes pertaining to genealogy (15)

 

Folder 11

  1. Miscellaneous newspaper articles (12)
  2. Pamphlets/brochures from Ponchatoula, Hammond, Independence, and Tickfaw (11)

 

Folder 12

  1. Copy of The Illuminated Bible
  2. Miscellaneous newspaper articles (3)
  3. Handwritten version of Local Lore and Legend
  4. Handwritten letter to Irene Morris from Ethel Bennett Duren, September 19, 1956
  5. Typed letter-to Mrs. MacNair Speed, from Irene Reid Morris, 1975
  6. Typed letter-to Mrs. James Polk Morris, Jr., from Betty Bennett Speed, November 19, 1975

 

Folder 13

“Tangipahoa - Nebula”

  1. Articles, pictures, and copies (10)

 

Folder 14

  1. Handwritten letters, pictures, news articles (26)

 

Folder 15

  1. Miscellaneous newspaper articles (36)
  2. Handwritten letter-to Irene Morris from Hazel Howes Fletcher, July 6, 1960
  3. Typed document about Blue family history
  4. Copy of photograph-Otis Lambert and James Allen at Kentwood Depot
  5. Hand written notes pertaining to genealogy (21)

 

Folder 16

  1. Order of the Eastern Star member ID
  2. Town of Kentwood service statements
  3. War Ration book four issued to George and Rosa Spears (2 copies)
  4. Louisiana Oranges poster (5)
  5. Letter to Irene Morris from June
  6. Insurance card; Arnett
  7. Kentwood bank slips (4)
  8. Letters from and to Arnett, Bergold, and Burris (5)
  9. Receipts from local Kentwood companies (6)
  10. The Charm School play program
  11. The Mansion restaurant menu set (3)

 

Folder 17

  1. Miscellenaous newspaper articles, handwritten notes, Bath ticket stubs, program of dedication for Interstate 55, and a tax form (60)

 

Folder 18

  1. Newspaper articles (2) and small typed document about Lexie School
  2. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, birth announcements, rotary club, engagements, school children activities (72)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (52)

 

 

Folder 19

  1. Newspapers clippings on cemeteries (18)
  2. Photographs of Ellis C. and Ivy F. Waller (2)
  3. Photograph and notes about Oliver F. Paris’s headstone
  4. Tangipahoa parish map 1937
  5. Typed and handwritten documents on cemeteries (44)
  6. Handwritten letter-to Irene Morris from Hilda Lee
  7. Map of cemeteries in Tangipahoa Parish (3)
  8. Hand drawn map of cemeteries in South Louisiana

 

Folder 20

  1. Newspaper clippings (9)
  2. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (10)
  3. Handwritten letter- to Irene Morris from Jerry, September 15, 2013

 

Folder 21

  1. Tourist brochures on Kentwood, Louisiana (4)
  2. Handwritten notes on loose paper (13)
  3. Letters from various senders including Judith, Morris Ford, G. Cranow, Amelia Terry, Geraldine, John Snuggs, O.E.S. (8)
  4. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, Camp Moore, interstate 55, Kentwood Ledger, Local Lore & Legend, family history, tourist centers (53)
  5. Willkommen in Louisiana (4)
  6. List of names and addresses (3)

 

Folder 22

  1. Scottish Rite June/July 2010
  2. Copies of photographs (21)
  3. Land owners map
  4. Folded booklet-about the death of Charles Harwell Sheffield
  5. Handwritten notes on scrap paper (28)
  6. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, Local Lore & Legends, birth announcements, O.E.S., genealogy, civic club, historical pieces (42)

 

Folder 23

  1. Copies of photographs (14)
  2. Newspaper clippings on garden club, Local Lore & Legends, O.E.S., law enforcement (41)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (15)
  4. Various typed and photocopied documents (31)
  5. Letters and emails from various senders including Cynthia Trappey, Anna Kelley, Deana Simmons (6)

 

Folder 24

  1. Manilla folder labeled “Clark Forrest” with various letters from Clark to Irene Morris
  2. Typed letters signed “Dad” regarding Christmas, farming strawberries, and Illinois Central Railroad System
  3. Letter from “Joe” from 1971 (exact date illegible)
  4. “Background Notes” on use of timber

 

Folder 25 – Jesse James

  1. Book-The Truth about Jesse James
  2. poster-“$500 Reward for the Arrest and Conviction of Jesse James”
  3. 15 miscellaneous newspaper articles
  4. book- Jesse James and the Civil War in Missouri by Robert L. Dyer
  5. 2 postcards-Frank James and Home of Jesse James
  6. 3x5 black and white photograph-Aunt Gent Lamber and Maynard Sayres, Jr.
  7. book-The Early West Series
  8. 6 miscellaneous handwritten notes
  9. typed article-The Outlaw and His Lady
  10. Ancestor chart-Lambert family
  11. 1 typed page-information about Lambert family
  12. excerpt from book-Life and Labor
  13. copy of newspaper article about Jesse and Frank James-Kansas City Daily Times
  14. copy of photograph-Maynard Sayers
  15. typed letter-to Irene Reid Morris from Rudy Turilli-letter about possible son of Jesse James

 

Folder 26-The Metropolitan Museum of Art and miscellaneous art history

  1. Various postcards and postcard book
  2. Scraps with notes
  3. Letter from Velta Morris with picture
  4. Various photographs clipped from magazines (8)
  5. “Metropolitan Museum of Art Miniseries – Album O”
  6. “Art Treasures of the World: How to Appreciate Art & the Pleasures of Painting”
  7. How the Boys from Sharon (Good Boys, Just Bored) Blew Up a Respectable World
  8. Metropolitan Museum of Art Catalog
  9. “Guided Visits through all the History of Art”
  10. Book on the Month Club mail out
  11. Pages 3-8 Friends The Chevy Owners Magazine April 1978

 

Folder 27

  1. Photographs (6)
  2. Greeting cards, letters, emails, and invitations (14)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (34)
  4. Typed poems and obituaries (16)

 

Folder 28

  1. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, residents of Kentwood, Kentwood Brick Company, community events and sports, rotary club, Local Lore & Legends, Weddings Kentwood, Police Officers, local board appointments (106)

 

Folder 29

  1. Maps on Tangipahoa Parish, Southeast Louisiana, and Geological surveys (11)

 

Folder 30

  1. Newspaper clippings on community projects, opinions, thank you notes, reunions, Main Street, local elections, obituaries (46)
  2. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (17)
  3. Letters and greetings cards from various senders (9)
  4. Photographs (3)

 

Folder 31

  1. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, Kentwood Ledger, community events and members, garden club, botany and flora, science and nature (245)

 

Box 16:

Folder 1: Local Baptist Church Directories, Budgets, and Member lists

  1. Record of Contributions from January 1998 for Mt. Nebo Baptist Church
  2. Suggested Installation for July Quarterly Meeting for Kentwood Church, undated.
  3. Kentwood Baptist Church copy of Financial Program for 1941-1942.
  4. The First Baptist Church of Baton Rouge Bylaws dated November 7th
  5. List of Tangipahoa Baptist Church Officers dated 1989-1990.
  6. Transcript of Records concerning Bethlehem Baptist Church dated 1962.
  7. Obituary of Norris Wayne Curry by First Baptist Church dated July 1988.
  8. Biography of Del Morgan published by First Baptist Church, dated 1985.
  9. First Baptist Church of Kentwood Louisiana Directory dated 1971-72.
  10. Copy of Proposed Constitution for First Baptist Church, dated May 19 1971.
  11. List of Church Committees dated 1974-75.
  12. List of pew plaques for First Baptist Church.
  13. Kentwood Baptist Church Sunday School Handbook dated 1957-58.
  14. Kentwood Baptist Church Directory dated 1956-57
  15. Committee on Staff Housing and Letter of Recommendation with attached map.
  16. Building Banquet pamphlet dated October 28th
  17. Blueprint of Kentwood First Baptist Church’s Auditorium
  18. Report of Finance committee dated November 18th
  19. Finance and Building Committee Report dated Nov. 18th 1951 (3 copies)
  20. 1989-1990 proposed Church Budget
  21. ‘Loyalty Day’ donation card dated Sept. 15th 1957 (3 copies).
  22. Treasurer’s Report, May 1987.
  23. Business Meeting Agenda, Jan. 1st
  24. Treasurer’s Report, Jan. 1st
  25. Business Meeting Agenda, Jan.9th
  26. Treasurer’s Report, Jan. 1st
  27. List of Deacons ranging from Sept. 1980-Oct. 1990.
  28. News clippings about Tangipahoa Baptist Church (3 items).

 

Folder 2: Publications by various First Baptist Churches

  1. Letter from Pastor to financial donors dated July 21, 1985.
  2. VBS Express1, No.1 dated June 21st, 1957.
  3. VBS Express 2, No. 1 dated June 26th 1957.
  4. Obituary of Wayne Bridges.
  5. The Baptist Hour, March 22nd
  6. The Mid-Week Messenger, 10, No. 38, Sept. 26th 1979.
  7. The Mid-Week Messenger, 6, No. 38, Sept. 19th 1979.
  8. The Mid-Week Messenger, 14, No. 48, Dec. 1st 1983.
  9. The Mid-Week Messenger, 14th 1965.
  10. The Mid-Week Messenger, 6, No. 10, March 12th 1975.
  11. The Baptist Builder, 16, No. 36, Sept. 1st 1949.
  12. The Baptist Builder, Vol. 28, No.13, March 29th
  13. The Baptist Builder, 24, No. 12, March 27th 1959.
  14. Worship Service pamphlet dated June 24th
  15. Deacon Ordination Service dated June 3rd
  16. List for Deacon Recommendation, dated May 1990.
  17. Worship Service Pamphlet dated November 3rd
  18. Worship Service Pamphlet dated Feb. 19th
  19. Worship Service Pamphlet dated March 15th 1981 (2 copies).
  20. Worship Service Pamphlet dated Aug. 16th
  21. Worship Service Pamphlet dated July 29th
  22. Church Newsletter dated October 1st
  23. Letter Proposing a photographic Church Directory, undated.
  24. Blank “In loving memory” Church card.
  25. Letter to Church Members dated April 27th
  26. Church Leadership and Calendar of Activities Booklet dated 1973-74.
  27. Pamphlet untitled and dated 1983.
  28. History of Missions Development created by First Baptist Church 1874. (2 copies).
  29. E.L. Class Booklet dated 1981-1982.
  30. Prayer Calendar dated Nov. 17th
  31. Partial edition of Baptist Message dated Sept. 12th
  32. Baptist Message dated Sept.19th
  33. Baptist Message dated Sept. 5th
  34. Copy of “Letter to the Editor” addressed to the Baptist Message.
  35. Page from Baptist Message dated April 9th
  36. “Editor Comments” Baptist Message, dated April 9th
  37. Front page of The Beacon dated Dec. 1987.

 

Folder 3: Correspondence

  1. Letter by Frances P. Otren concerning the location of “Minutes of old Friendship Church” Nov. 13th
  2. Letter by Marie Upton concerning copies of minutes of different religious establishments in the area. Feb. 12th
  3. Letter by Rues Williams concerning borrowing a copy of Spring Creek Church history. Jan. 4th, 1962.
  4. Letter by W.L.Sowers concerning genealogical research. Aug. 5th
  5. Letter by W.L.Sowers concerning Historical Committee. Undated.
  6. Letter by Frances Otren concerning Silver Creek Baptist Church. July 22nd
  7. Letter from Mrs. Hugh F. Simmons, March 26th
  8. Letter by Martha S. Wright concerning ‘First Church of God’, Dec. 1st
  9. Letter by Martha S. Wright concerning inter-library loan, dated Nov. 17th
  10. Letter by Jane P. McMawes concerning ‘Kentwood Church of God’, March 17th
  11. Letter by Kathy Jo Neese, March 26th
  12. Letter by Jerry W. Ratcliff, June 17th
  13. Letter by Glen Lee Greene, July 12th
  14. Letter by Glen Lee Greene concerning historical research, March 28th
  15. Letter by Glen Lee Greene, Sept. 30th
  16. Letter from C. Landrum Sully, Dept. 14th
  17. Letter from Nell and Landum Sully dated Christmas 1993.
  18. Card from David Jimmie Lee Tiduell, dated May 1, 1990.
  19. Postcard from Ginger postmarked 22 May 1, 1990.
  20. Invitation to Louisiana Baptist Historical Association, dated May 3rd, 1997.
  21. Card from Nell and Landum dated Oct. 22nd
  22. Card from Aroria dated Sept. 25th
  23. Card from Laman and Pat Brown dated Sept. 12th
  24. Postcard from Beverly Tinnin postmarked May 29th
  25. Postcard from Libby postmarked Sept. 19th
  26. Postcard from John dated 1970.
  27. Postcard depicting the First Baptist church of New Orleans unmarked upon.
  28. Postcard from Kenneth Chafin, postmarked May 14th
  29. Postcard depicting Norton Hall at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.
  30. Postcard dated 1965.
  31. Postcard from Reede dated 1963.
  32. Letter and Certificate of membership to Southern Baptist Historical Society, Aug. 1973.
  33. Letter from Glen Lee Greene dated July 7th
  34. Letter from the Calcotes dated Oct. 9th
  35. Card from Claudia Landrum Lewis dated 1982.
  36. Card from ‘Winnie’ dated Thanksgiving day 1983.
  37. Postcard depicting Baton Rouge First Baptist Church.
  38. Postcard dated Aug. 6th
  39. The Baptist Builder, Vol. 1, No. 18, Sept. 2nd Attached to unsigned letter addressed to Irene Morris.
  40. Letter from Margret Palmer dated Sept. 11th
  41. Friendship card from the Palmers, Aug. 28th
  42. Letter to Jimmy Morris from Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, May 11th
  43. Letter from Margaret Palmer, Jan. 4th
  44. Friendship Car from Margeret Palmer, 1974.
  45. Letter from Margeret Palmer, Sept. 1949.
  46. Letter from J.J. Williams, Feb. 8th
  47. Holiday Card from Nell and Landum, Dec. 6th
  48. Note from Irene Hughes, March 19th
  49. Newsletter from Mt. Nebo Baptist Church.
  50. Japanese Aerogramme from Mrs. R.U.Caute dated June 22nd
  51. Letter from C. Landrum Sully, April 4th
  52. Wedding Invitation from Mrs. James Henry Alexander, July 30th
  53. Thank you card from ‘Miles’ dated Jan. 8th
  54. Wedding Invitation from Dr. James A. Headrick dated Nov. 2nd
  55. Letter from Charles K. Ramond dated July 29th

 

Folder 4: Louisiana Baptist Historical Association

  1. Treasurer’s Report Oct. 1st 1996- Sept. 30th 1997
  2. Minutes of May 1997 Spring Meeting
  3. Meeting reminder card, dated 1990 (2 copies).
  4. Spring 1991 Newsletter.
  5. Fall 1993 Newsletter (2 copies).
  6. Certificate of Membership to ‘Southern Baptist Historical Society’ dated April 20th
  7. Letter for membership renewal, April 16th
  8. Letter from Perry Lassiter to Members of Historical Association, Aug. 27th
  9. Annual Fall Meeting, dated Oct. 18th 1997, reminder and attached map.
  10. Association Membership form.

 

Folder 5: Louisiana College and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

  1. Louisiana College “Keeping Faith with the Founders” card dated 1981 (2 copies).
  2. A. College Fall Preview Day Pamphlet dated Oct. 11th 1984.
  3. Louisiana College Bookmark.
  4. “L.C. Proud” Friends of Louisiana College Ribbon.
  5. Louisiana College “Chorale” pamphlet, dated 1993.
  6. Louisiana College “Insight” Vol. 4, No. 2, Aug. 1996.
  7. Louisiana College “Insight” Vol. 4, No. 2, Sept. 1996.
  8. Louisiana College “Insight” Vol. 4, No. 3, Oct. 1996.
  9. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Pamphlet.
  10. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Providence House Pamphlet.
  11. Bookmark listing Certificate and Degree Programs at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
  12. The Cross and The Call (undated) published in association with New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
  13. Pamphlet advertising Seminary degree programs.
  14. 1997-1998 Academic Calendar published by Seminary.
  15. Vision, 7, No. 6, dated 1955, published by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
  16. Vision 48, No.5, dated 1992, published by N.O. Baptist Theological Seminary.
  17. Vision, July 1997, published by N.O. Baptist Theological Seminary.
  18. Vision, 1997, published by N.O. Baptist Theological Seminary.
  19. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Campus Dining Map.

 

Folder 6: Church Photographs and Official Documents

  1. Photo of First Baptist Church in Baton Rouge
  2. Photo of Mrs. Kendue (undated).
  3. Photo of Kentwood First Baptist Congregation (undated).
  4. Photo of JP Melee and bible in 1995?
  5. Photo of Children’s Choir, writing on back says “Remembrance from the Past 9/30/9”
  6. Unidentified group photo.
  7. Kentwood Baptist Church Congregation full photo, undated. (split into two photos).
  8. Unidentified Man, copy of photo.
  9. Photo of front façade of Kentwood First Baptist Church main building.
  10. Letter of Recommendation from Kentwood Baptist Church for _aline Tate. Undated.
  11. Photocopy of Mariige license between James Polk Morris, Jr. and Ethel Irene Reid.
  12. Original Sketch by Isobel Lovel G. for Kentwood Church Newsletter.

 

Folder 7: Louisiana Baptist Convention Materials and Masonic Pamphlets

  1. “Things you should know about Masonry’ pamphlet.
  2. The Scottish Rite Journal, special issue part 4. Dated Aug. 1993.
  3. Article entitled “Masons Welcome Here!” dated Sept. 1993.
  4. The “Baptist Faith and Message” Appendix ‘A’ dated 1963.
  5. Parliamentary Tips for Messengers to the Louisiana Baptist Convention dated Nov. 15th and 16th
  6. 146th Annual Louisiana Baptist Convention pamphlet dated 1993.
  7. Louisiana Baptist Convention 1993 Book of Reports.
  8. Copy of Article entitled “Soul Competence and the Southern Baptist Convention” published by the Scottish Rite Journal in August 1993.
  9. The Baptist Student, Vol.33, No. 7, April 1954.
  10. 1993 Louisiana Baptist Convention Schedule.
  11. Copy of 1993 Convention Sermon.

 

Folder 8: Miscellaneous Papers

  1. Photo Copies of Yearbook of America and Canadian Churches 1995.
  2. “What if our Church?” Bookmark
  3. Photocopy listed Churches in Zion Rest and Bears Creek.
  4. “Scriptures on Giving” Bookmark.
  5. “Words of Encouragement” Bookmark.
  6. “A story of Glory, A sketch of Louisiana Baptist History” published Sept.1962.
  7. “Wherever He Leads I’ll Go, The Story of B.B. McKinney” published 1974.
  8. “Missionaries of the Mississippi Valley” booklet by J. Norman Heard and published in 1999.
  9. Photocopied pages of Louisiana Genealogical Register, Vol. 45 No.1 dated March 1998. Pages 41-46.
  10. Photocopied pages of Louisiana Genealogical Register, Vol. 44 No. 3 dated Sept. 1997. Pages 282-284.
  11. Photocopies pages from Louisiana Genealogical Register, focused on Baley Channey. Dated Sept. 1969.
  12. Two photocopied pages containing pastor biographies of Benjamin Crawford.
  13. History of “James Polk Morris and Sons” of Kentwood Louisiana.
  14. Pamphlet of Braton Parish Church in Williamsburg, Virginia.
  15. Worship program dated May 10th
  16. Roster of Churches prepared by the Baton Rouge Ministerial Association. Undated.
  17. Holly Beach Resort Ministry pamphlet
  18. Dry Creek Baptist Camp pamphlet (2 copies)
  19. Bible Study Pocket Commentary.
  20. Fellowship of Louisiana Baptist Secretaries Flyer (2 copies)
  21. “The Truth About Water Baptism” booklet. Undated.
  22. Poem featured in Mature Living entitled “The Call”.

 

Folder 9: Various Manuscripts and Rough Drafts.

  1. “Felders’ (Topisaw) Camp Meetings Descendants of the Founders” booklet published June 1993.
  2. Photocopy of manuscript entitled “Centennial History of Silver Creek Church” by Walter E. Tunes.
  3. Photocopy of manuscript entitled “A Story of One Short Life, 1783-1818.” By Elisabeth G. Stryker.
  4. Photocopy of Manuscript entitled “Just as I am” by Irene Reid Morris, dated Oct. 16th Attached is a copy of Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken.
  5. Rough Draft of “History of Silver Creek Baptist Church” dated July 1953.
  6. Rough Draft of untitled paper by Juanita Lambest.
  7. Draft of History Essay titled “The Rev. Samuel J. Mills, Jr.
  8. Rough Draft of articles for Kentwood Newspaper.
  9. Notes on “A History of the Baptist Louisiana.

 

Folder 10: Newspaper Articles Concerning Kentwood Baptist.

  1. Article on Baptism service in 1905, undated.
  2. Article entitled “Card of Thanks, A tribute of Kentwood and its Environs” by Delores Martin. Dated June 16th
  3. Nebo Baptist Church in Roseland Louisiana pamphlet.
  4. First Baptist Church Flyer in Norco, Louisiana.
  5. Article entitled “DWI claims like of Don Beaurden former Kentwood resident” dated August 22nd
  6. Article titled “New Pastor for Mt. Herman Church” may 13th
  7. Article titled “Presbyterians Hold Services” Jan. 1956.
  8. Untitled Article.
  9. Article titled “Landmark Church is tourest attraction” Star Plus, Nov. 28th
  10. The Kentwood Ledger article “Mt. Vernon to observe 125th” dated Aug.10th
  11. Article “LBC music minister celebrates 20-year anniversary”
  12. Deacon Recommendation List from May 1989.
  13. “New Zion Comings and Goings” by Ruby Smith, dated Sept. 29th
  14. New Zion Baptist Church News letter dated Sept. 1 1994.
  15. Newspaper obituary for George Headrick.
  16. “Programme of the Celebration of the First Anniversary of the Greensburg Union Sabbath School.” Dated June 20th
  17. Article entitled “Necrology”.
  18. Article entitled “Counselor’s Corner” by R. Loftin Hudsen
  19. Article “The Class Hike” by Gladys Carpenter
  20. The Baptist Message article “Originator of Hospital Insurance; pioneer La. educator; Dies in Texas” dated Nov. 29th
  21. Local Lore and Legend of Kentwood News dated March 14th
  22. Article “ Home Missionary Sam T. Mayo Dies”
  23. Article “Historic Mt. Lebanon Church celebrates 150th
  24. Baptist Message “Pastor elected to LBC church-minister relations post” dated May 12th
  25. Guide to the Presbytere pamphlet.
  26. Kentwood Ledger article 125 years for Mt. Hermon.
  27. “Mrs. Arnett” continued article dated 1956.
  28. Memorandum by W.L Sowers to Irene Morris
  29. Picture of school children on corner steps of First Baptist Church.
  30. Kentwood News, “The Baptist Church…Thru the Years” dated March 21st 1968 (2 copies).
  31. Article entitled “Two are injured in collision” dated Thursday July 27th (2 copies)
  32. Kentwood News Picture of the First Baptist Church, Royal Ambassador club and accompanying article (2 copies).
  33. Various Local Lore and Legend articles concerning Kentwood First Baptist Church (9 articles).
  34. Newspaper spread for Kentwood News about Kentwood First Baptist Church 75th Anniversary (2 copies).

 

Folder 11

  1. Various newspaper articles and brochures on the Battle of New Orleans along with handwritten notes and letters on the subject (82)

 

Folder 12

  1. Additional newspaper articles and brochures on the Battle of New Orleans (29)

 

Folder 13

  1. Newspaper articles, magazine pages, and notes regarding Harp Sings (24)

 

Folder 14

  1. Various typed documents regarding Dow family history along with handwritten notes on loose paper and a newspaper article on Methodists in Louisiana (39)

 

Folder 15

  1. Newspaper articles on Dillon family including obituaries and family history (12)
  2. Typed documents, ancestral charts, and handwritten notes on loose paper on Dillon family history (119)

 

Folder 16

  1. Newspaper articles on East McComb Baptist Church (4)
  2. Photographs of members of East McComb Baptist Church (15)
  3. Letters and handwritten notes on loose paper (8)

 

Loose Items in box 16:

  1. Your Douglass/Canfield/Vann and Haller/Reeder/Dunbar Ancestors – with loose items inside
  2. Peter Sanders and the 4th Regiment Missouri Cavalry (CSA) – August 5, 1862 through June 5, 1965 – compiled by Betty Douglass Reid in 1989.
  3. Highlander Andrew Lammie family history.
  4. Yellow bound folder labeled Buttons by Mrs. J.P. Morris 1964.
  5. Livingston Parish mortality and slave schedules 1850-1880.
  6. The Kangaroo 1955 50 year class reunion 4-15-05 ( 2 copies)
  7. Navy blue bound folder labeled Haley History 1785 – 1947
  8. Bound folder The Descendants of Edward Fenn of Wallingford, Connecticut
  9. 1830 Enumeration census of St. Helena Parish, Louisiana by Donald W. Johnson, Mrs. Walter Moss, Mrs. M. Earl Denham, and Mrs. Warren Strickland, published in 1975.
  10. Yellow bound folder labeled Fenn in Connecticut, from Virginia
  11. Blue bound folder labeled cemetery records, Livingston parish, Louisiana.
  12. Manila bound folder labeled Irene J.P. Morris Jr. 1951-1956.
  13. The Charles Sanders Family complied by Irene Reid Morris - September 1965
  14. A Carved Elephant Tusk Statue History

 

Box 17 

Folder 1

  1. News articles and notes about Kentwood, Camp Moore, United Daughters of Confederacy, and Local Lore and Legend (47)
  2. 2 page typed document-The Kentwood Connection: Italian Families in Kentwood

Folder 2

  1. News articles (44)

Folder 3

  1. News articles from news column “Relatively Speaking” by Phyllis Edwards (57)

Folder 4

  1. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (105)
  2. Booklet of bound handwritten notes

 

Folder 5

  1. Baton Rouge Gas Light Company 1859
  2. Map of LSU campus
  3. Map of LSU campus, October 1969
  4. Old State Capitol to Veterans of World War program
  5. Louisiana Purchase Treaty display advertisement, 1995
  6. Newspaper article- “‘Servanthood’ to be theme of dinner honoring Grant”, May 11, 1995
  7. Newspaper article- “Administrative Zealots Prove Helpful”, March 23, 1986
  8. Newspaper article- “Castles in America?” by William R. Brockway
  9. Newspaper article- “Lecture series to honor Dr. Giles Wilkeson Gray”, November 21, 1983
  10. Newspaper article- “As it looked” Old State Capitol Building
  11. Newspaper article- “Union, Justice, Confidence”, November 18, 1979
  12. Newspaper article- “Scholarly history of letters at LSU traced, 1935-85”
  13. Newspaper article- “Old Man River claimed a rich legacy” by Dawson Corley
  14. Newspaper article- “Magazine Sunday Advocate” August 10, 1986
  15. Newspaper article- “Mississippians Re-enact Two Bloody Days” by Diane Farrell, July 31, 1955
  16. Newspaper article- “Baton Rouge Builds a Railroad” by Jim Johnston
  17. Newspaper article- “Cool, Clear Water” by Dick Wright, June 1994
  18. Newspaper article- “Discover: The Arts and Humanities of Greater Baton Rouge”, February-March 1983 (2 copies)
  19. Newspaper article- Magazine Sunday Advocate. August 5, 1984
  20. Newspaper article- Magazine Sunday Advocate. August 26, 1984

 

Folder 6

  1. The Story of the Baton Rouge Refinery
  2. Louisiana State Capitol 50 year anniversary booklet
  3. Celebrating Our Progress, Economic Edition. The Sunday Advocate, 12 Sept. 1999.
  4. Celebrating Baton Rouge History, Commemorative Edition. The Sunday Advocate, February 28, 1999.

 

Folder 7

  1. Tales of Our Town by J. St. Clair Favrot
  2. The Louisiana Senate booklet
  3. Guide to the American Art Museum (2 copies)
  4. Baton Rouge folder
  5. Valuable, Rare Volumes Added to LSU Collection
  6. “Cemeteries are for the living” news articles
  7. Louisiana Catalogue 1994

 

Folder 8

  1. Newspaper articles about Baton Rouge (21)

Folder 9

  1. Society Publications for Sale

Folder 10

  1. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, last rites, engagements, weddings, Local Lore & Legends, Kentwood Ledger, club, community events, deaths (440)

 

Folder 11

  1. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, last rites, engagements, weddings, Local Lore & Legends, Kentwood Ledger, club, community events, birthdays, jury trails, vehicle accidents, deaths, O.E.S., church events, advertisements, classified listings (522)

 

Folder 12

  1. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, last rites, engagements, weddings, Local Lore & Legends, Kentwood Ledger, club, community events, deaths, vehicle accidents, O.E.S., local office officials and available positions (476)

 

Folder 13

  1. Special Agent Comic book (2 copies)
  2. Real West May Magazine 1974
  3. Arizona Highways July 1994
  4. The Old West Magazine (2 copies)
  5. Pulse Magazine Fall/Winter 2011

 

Folder 14

  1. Louisiana Premier, Fall 1999
  2. Louisiana Scottish Rite Trestleboard, November-December 2002
  3. Diggin For Davis, Volume II Number 4
  4. Journal of Genealogy, January 1980.Concluding part Private Relief and Related Action Index of Names of Individuals and Organizations from the CIS US Serial Set Index Part I, American State Papers and the 15th-34th Congresses 1789-1857
  5. Louisiana History Newsletter, Winter 1988
  6. Louisiana History Newsletter, Fall 1999
  7. Louisiana History Newsletter, Summer 2000
  8. Louisiana History Newsletter, Fall 2001
  9. Louisiana History Newsletter, Fall 2002
  10. Louisiana History Newsletter, Winter 2004

 

Folder 15

  1. Pamphlet- Louisiana State Archives: Dig for your Roots, Scale your Family Tree, Explore a New Branch of Louisiana History (2 copies)
  2. “Tempe” index card notes
  3. Commonwealth of Virginia letter to Irene Morris from Nathaniel Pawlett, August 26, 1977
  4. Newspaper article-“Cajuns, Creoles, Pirates, and Planters: Va. Highway Council’s Data of Interest to Genealogists”, August 21, 1977
  5. Friends of the Archives of Louisiana Newsletter June 1984
  6. Daughters of the American Revolution letter, September 14, 1999

 

Box 18

Folder 1:  Newspapers from Religion and clippings on Missionaries

  1. Old Revival Tent Still Functioning 06/22/1974
  2. In search of SBC peace 06/16/1988
  3. Baptists deal with division in the ranks 04/26/1997
  4. Southern Baptist don’t see eye to eye 06/26/1997
  5. Missionary to Speak at Baptist Church (ND)
  6. Missionaries Rev. and Mrs. William Ichter (ND)
  7. Amite couple named Brazil Missionaries (ND)
  8. Nuns in Amite (ND)

 

Folder 2:Newspapers on Schools in Southeast Louisiana

  1. Parents back tax increase if it would improve school 03/21/1978
  2. Job Consolidation proposal draws fire 11/07/1978
  3. Work, School: Do they blend 01/30/1978
  4. TV studio to use SLU talent 02/16/1978
  5. Students learn with fun games 02/19/1978
  6. Charles Gaushell Kentwood Band Leader 10/09/1986
  7. WMS Entertains senior class of Kentwood 1956 (N.D.)
  8. Workshop Planning (N.D.)
  9. Larry Crain new SLU president (N.D.)
  10. Springfield Students Write Town History (09/13/1972)
  11. Grey coat school re-union planned (01/1968) 2 copies
  12. School days at old birch school (07/27/1967) 2 copies
  13. Spring creek 3rd and 4th grade-1922 (ND) 2 copies
  14. Chesbrough HI School of 1915 (ND) 2 copies
  15. Spring Creek 1922 (10/19/1967)
  16. History of New Zion school in 1930 (06/10/1971)
  17. Chesbrough classes 51-54 holds reunion (06/26/1980)
  18. Possum Trot School (05/1966) 2 copies
  19. 1913 Ward six St. Helena parish (08/17/1967)
  20. Friendship school memories (03/24/1983)
  21. Harvell-Castle Reunion (ND)
  22. W. Dillon Elementary (05/09/2007)
  23. Class of 1931 holds annual reunion (05/01/1980)
  24. Old Chesbrough school (05/11/1967)
  25. 1922 Rose Hill school (05/22/1980)
  26. Kentwood elementary school layout picture (ND)
  27. 1915 Rose Hill Sunday School (11/16/1967)
  28. Parrino seeks input from Parish teachers (09/10/1980)
  29. School Board selects eight new principals (07/02/2008)
  30. Ed Newman resigns as superintendent (05/08/1980)
  31. Russell Lewis well qualified for school board (ND)
  32. History course offered to teachers (08/02/2007)
  33. Program for history teachers continues (07/01/2007)
  34. High school teacher of the year (ND)
  35. Spring Creek class picture 1921 (ND)
  36. History of education in Tangipahoa Parish (ND)
  37. Tangipahoa Parish talented music program (07/02/2008)
  38. Annual Football banquet (ND)
  39. History if class 1953 (ND)
  40. Memories if Mrs. Key and other teachers (ND)
  41. 1905 Music club (06/27/1968)
  42. Oak forest Beta Club members (05/09/1985)
  43. Where Louisiana education began (03/22/1970)
  44. Recalling baton rouge’s old schools (01/01/1989)
  45. History of Ponchatoula public schools (05/05/1982)
  46. Pine High School in 1915 (11/20/1968)
  47. 1911 Chesbrough basketball team (07/20/1967) 2 copies
  48. Tangipahoa school year classmates in 1896 (04/20/1967)
  49. Teachers of St. Helena Parish (ND)
  50. Kentwood elementary school in 1905 (10/05/1967)
  51. Birch elementary school in 1906 (07/27/1967)
  52. Tangi School Circa 1916 (02/08/1968)
  53. Loranger public high school in 1940 (09/22/1977)
  54. Opening of Kentwood high school in 1910 (ND)
  55. Jones Consolidated HS reunion class 1943 (07/27/1983)
  56. Greensburg is noted for schools of 1800’s (08/11/1966)
  57. New Loranger high school (10/22/1969)
  58. Sites for national register (09/14/1986)
  59. Students of Mt. Hermon school January 1, 1930 (08/26/1993)
  60. 1905 school picture (ND)
  61. Grey coat high reunion held (06/13/1968) 2 copies

 

Folder 3: Newspapers from Morning Advocate, Baton Rouge and Magazine

  1. Fun on Diana 05/4/1979
  2. Kirkpatrick and family are ‘All-American Family’ of State 05/07/1957
  3. J. Norris Palmer 09/02/1968
  4. Shreveport Catholic Pastor 06/02/1957
  5. Cypress Discovery N.D.
  6. Old Faithful made me proud 08/29/1984
  7. Luncheon honors Miss. Ratliff 07/24/1976
  8. First Presbyterian church 12/20/1976
  9. Potable Water Benefits N.D.
  10. Letter About Death of Lincoln Found (11/26/1977)
  11. Random Shots (05/29/1970)
  12. Art Commission (09/18/1955)
  13. Film creeps into TV but doesn’t kill Live (09/09/1956)
  14. A lot of changes have occurred in this decade (11/07/1983)
  15. Kentwood has ‘Aa Dream’ (12/12/1981)
  16. Livingston kicks off new address system (12/04/1982)
  17. Denham Springs voters have 3 choices for mayor (04/01/1982)
  18. Livingston area evacuated (09/29/1982)
  19. Owe Rapides 1.7 million (06/21/1985)
  20. Manchac -River link study opposed (08/05/1977)
  21. Old Baton Rouge (09/22/1960)
  22. Tunica-Biloxi Tribe Land settlement (04/08/1985)
  23. Le Moyne’s Log Tells Early explorations (09/30/1951)
  24. Signs of another era (05/22/1977)
  25. Louisiana’s best, biggest, most (01/15/1989)
  26. Sunshine Governor (05/19/1985)
  27. Embryo Engineering (06/30/1985)
  28. Bronzing of Baton Rouge history (04/29/1979)
  29. Memories of the 1927 flood (04/11/1999)
  30. Harnett Kane gives talk at woman’s club (05/08/1970)
  31. Baton Rouge gets official flag (12/12/1968)
  32. Tangipahoa visitation (03/03/1969)
  33. Queen is crowned (03/23/1969)

 

Folder 4: Kentwood Ledger Newspaper & Kentwood News

  1. Dedication to teaching was 64 years ago 05/10/1973
  2. Man wounded in store (05/22/1969)
  3. Osyka History Book was sell-out (ND) 2 copies
  4. Long way from home (08/23/1984)
  5. 1st Baptist observes 75th  03/07/1968
  6. First Church of God in State was built in Kentwood 09/30/1979
  7. The history of Church of God 04/20/1978
  8. Examines the Sanctuary 08/20/1992
  9. First Baptist Deacons 10/13/1977
  10. Unveils Monument 09/13/1979
  11. Kentwood Baptist Seniors Visit Texas 04/13/1995
  12. Restoring Kentwood Learning Center, no day June 1992
  13. Assembly of God church purchases former KLC 07/01/1992
  14. Jones assumes position at FBC N.D.
  15. First Baptist Sanctuary 01/27/1977
  16. Lewis Honored for Library Work 02/08/1979
  17. New building at First Baptist Church 02/06/1986
  18. Helena’s past 11/10/1966
  19. Street Projects 03/13/1980
  20. Ledger Notes 07/24/1980
  21. Hearing on 16th section set 04/24/1980
  22. Aspiring actress to teach 08/27/1987
  23. Elizabeth holds dedication 02/24/1994
  24. To remodel Camp Moore (05/01/1980)
  25. Country Division Yard of the Month (03/04/1992)
  26. Glory days of 1939 (05/01/1980)
  27. Echoes (03/09/1988)
  28. Rotary club (08/27/2003) 2 copies
  29. Rotary Club (08/20/2003)
  30. Getting prints (08/27/2003)
  31. Hearing on 16th section set (04/24/1980)
  32. Former band members gather to honor John Battalora (09/26/2001) 2 copies
  33. Chamber plans December shopping events (11/23/1978)
  34. Parade (12/14/1978)
  35. School board ups own pay, to refuse it (11/16/1978)
  36. Ledger Notes (ND)
  37. Spring Creek (08/25/1966)
  38. Good Morning (09/26/1968)
  39. Hillburn elected 2009 worthy matron (01/21/2008)
  40. Local students attend achievement academy program (06/25/2008) 2 copies
  41. Governor Jindal holds town (11/05/2008)
  42. Local officials are sworn into office (06/16/2008)
  43. Line Creek Baptist Church (03/27/1969)
  44. “Hang on, don’t quit.” (06/19/1969)
  45. Wall leads kangaroos to victory (04/28/1955)
  46. Bloody Tangipahoa (08/14/1959) 2 copies
  47. East Fork News (03/27/1969)
  48. Glory days of 1939, the word was “we’re the champs” (05/01/1980) 2 copies
  49. Be it known and remembered (04/06/1978)
  50. Garden club notes (08/25/1966) 2 copies
  51. The Corner Post (12/29/1966)
  52. Louisiana’s Acadian Dancers (ND)
  53. Stire wins election (02/08/1968)
  54. Jefferson Davis highway established (06/06/1985)
  55. Phillip’s hotel around 1908 (10/26/1967) 2 copies
  56. Cannon Bridges and wife (ND)
  57. 19th Century history (11/30/1978)
  58. The town that bossy saved (ND)
  59. William David Wilson (03/27/1980)
  60. History of dairy industry (10/18/1955)
  61. Jeff Easley to reign as king oyster (02/23/1984)
  62. Christmas parade (12/14/1978)
  63. The library tax-the bottom line (05/02/1985)
  64. Urges public to stop forest fires (07/24/1953)
  65. Kangaroo Kourt (03/13/1969)
  66. Society (05/20/1968)
  67. Altrusa Pioneer Exes (ND)
  68. Teen Center gains momentum (03/20/1969)
  69. Reunion of Edwards guards (02/06/1969) 2 copies
  70. Kentwoods earliest milk haulers (03/07/1968) 2 copies
  71. Ancient Indian village and homestead (10/26/1967) 2 copies
  72. 1898 (05/25/1967)
  73. Singing group (08/06/1970) 2 copies
  74. Gardeb party 1950 (ND)
  75. Family Re-unite (05/13/1968) 2 copies
  76. Fire department (ND)
  77. At the Library (02/06/1969)
  78. Ladies of Kentwood (ND)
  79. Gillsburg’s in & around (nd)
  80. Easter activities set (04/13/1969)
  81. Music group (03/13/1969)
  82. 1919 portrait (03/27/1969)
  83. History of Kentwood (ND) 2 copies
  84. Early dairy days (ND)
  85. First city hall (ND)
  86. 1909 Photo (03/27/1969)
  87. Among oldest (ND)
  88. sawmill family children (ND)
  89. big 1921 flood in Kentwood (ND)
  90. “Law of the land” (02/13/1969) 2 copies
  91. Our private castles (07/04/1968)
  92. 1889 Lumber company (04/03/1969)
  93. Grandpa (03/27/1969)
  94. Hospitality center (04/03/1969)

 

Folder 5: Baptist Message

  1. “Martin Luther” Film will be shown 04/04/1957
  2. Keatchie College 03/14/1957
  3. Miss Sue Wheeler N.D.
  4. Mastons share personal insights on dealing with grief 03/17/1988
  5. Seminary Secretary 02/16/1989
  6. Ring bell during Bi-Centennial year (N.D.)
  7. Importance of heritage in shaping Baptist identity 02/16/1989
  8. SBC leaders must be realistic 11/04/1993
  9. Typhoon Tasha comes and blows 11/11/1993
  10. Juvenile crime increases 20% 05/02/1957
  11. Archer lashes out at ‘Purple Curtain’ 04/11/1957
  12. The Glen Archer Tour 04/18/1957
  13. Youth Section 09/20/1956
  14. Rankin proclaims election as Foreign Mission 07/01/1993
  15. Freemasonry issue figures to be one to watch SBC 05/28/1992
  16. Decision to go to Las Vegas may hurt anti-gambling 06/28/1984
  17. Church history professor retires 09/08/1994
  18. Harrell’s Ferry 09/27/1979
  19. Passion for missions 09/01/1988
  20. Baptists get new president, proposals pass 11/20/1993
  21. Baptist history foundation become reality 11/09/1972
  22. Open house set for SE Baptist Assembly 09/13/1979
  23. A Time for Testing 10/18/1962
  24. SBC programs included (04/15/1982)

 

Folder 6: Times-Picayune Newspaper

  1. Sellers Home into 26th Year 07/08/1973
  2. Gods groups had Tennessee beginnings 03/03/1974
  3. Andersons Church of god 03/17/1974
  4. Presbyterians reunite 05/11/1983
  5. The Smoke of Battle 01/12/1975
  6. From ‘Annie’ to Judy 08/28/1978
  7. Ballet, faces on Opera Guild 03/21/1968
  8. Exhibition of French Historical items 05/05/1968
  9. Fort St. Jean Baptiste 04/13/1980
  10. Manners 04/06/1980
  11. Starns Descendants 03/28/1980
  12. Culture of Natchez Indians (08/22/1976)
  13. Improvements for Jones isle (01/09/1972)
  14. Studies LA place names (06/23/1974)
  15. New business in New Orleans CBD (10/10/1971)
  16. Historic house restored (11/14/1971)
  17. Oil portrait of Margaret Haughery (10/19/1971)
  18. Big business in St. Tammany Parish (01/24/1971)
  19. River Road (07/14/1974)
  20. Grand old emporiums of canal street (12/16/1979)
  21. Lake away from an emerald triangle (02/25/1973)
  22. Orleans worth $4608 when territory bought in 1803 (06/23/1972)
  23. Tangipahoa government change (03/31/1985)
  24. Vanished mansion part of Indian chief legacy (12/04/1977)
  25. The complete story may never be known (06/01/1986)
  26. Ferry served lake one time (08/29/1956)
  27. Old Spanish fort is getting attention (11/20/1977)
  28. LA secret gift from France to Spain (10/09/1977)
  29. Louisiana Indians friendly to settlers (09/13/1992)
  30. Red stick on the river (09/09/1979)
  31. Dedication of courthouse scheduled (11/17/1968)
  32. $58,000 project returns beauty to historic spot
  33. Tangipahoa courthouse dedicated in ceremony (03/30/1969)
  34. Thibodaux is cleanest city in state (05/31/1970)

 

Folder 7: The Daily SUN and Dixie newspaper clippings

  1. New Café is ‘natural’ progression 03/08/1978
  2. ‘FAPRS’ use explained to Tangipahoa officials 02/22/1978
  3. Dixieland Platterman 09/23/1972
  4. Silk-Clad Pioneers 08/27/1972
  5. Cultural site GSRI 09/19/1976
  6. Dixie Drug Store 11/28/1976
  7. Cochon De Lait 04/14/1968
  8. Aviations Yesterday in New Orleans 06/11/1972
  9. The GSRI Treasure Hunt 09/19/1976
  10. Childhood Treasure (10/16/1955)
  11. Fancy Patent (12/04/1977)
  12. River road reverie (06/22/1973)
  13. Coffee (08/12/1973)
  14. Port, parties, and protocol (06/29/1973)
  15. Baton Rouge showplace (06/04/1967)
  16. Bogalusa built to last (06/01/1969)
  17. Iberville returns (03/31/1974)
  18. Tylertown (08/06/1950)
  19. Starting with stumps (03/29/1970)
  20. Bienville’s city remembers (07/04/1976)
  21. Manchac (04/21/1974)
  22. Reflections of New Orleans (01/23/1972)

 

Folder 8: Newspaper Clippings on obituaries and retirements

  1. Obituary for Darling M. Evans (08/16/1984)
  2. Obituary for Kendrick George (06/06/nd)
  3. Obituary for McDaniel, R. C. (12/27/1970)
  4. Obituary for McDaniel Julia Celestine (06/05/nd)
  5. Obituary for Tom Womack (06/11/1970)
  6. Obituary for Linda Sibley Brooks (09/27/1976)
  7. Obituary for Morgan Thomas Edwin (06/28/1918)
  8. Obituary for Bell Irwin Wiley (N.D.)
  9. Obituary for Hutson Oscar Henry (11/28/1986)
  10. Obituary for Anna Mae Lusco Cheramie (09/05/2006)
  11. Obituary for Curtis J Bourdier (06/29/1963)
  12. Obituary for Odile Neyrey (06/28/1963)
  13. Obituary for Charles S. Cochran (09/15/1976)
  14. Obituary for Mary Douzat Guillot (09/22/1976)
  15. Obituary for Velma B. Hudson (09/22/1976)
  16. Obituary for Robert Allen Kelley (09/21/1976)
  17. Obituary for Darrell Lee Maples (09/21/1976)
  18. Obituary for Cyril Carmello Porretta (09/02/1976)
  19. Obituary for Thelma Puckett Buras (09/22/1976)
  20. Obituary for Marian Haller Sissac (09/22/1976)
  21. Obituary for Arthur L. Torrence (09/27/1976)
  22. Obituary for Mary Knox Pope (09/20/1976)
  23. Obituary for Harold Smith (09/22/1976)
  24. Louise Rawls Galloway (ND)
  25. Obituary for Frances Kowalchuck Vicknair (08/22/1976)
  26. Obituary for Thomas Orel Woods Ware (09/22/1976)
  27. Obituary for Verna S. White (08/13/1975)
  28. Obituary for Berta M. Spears (08/11/1975)
  29. Obituary for Fannye McGehee Westbrook Sullivan (N.D)
  30. Obituary for Gerald J. Bridges (07/27/1984)
  31. Obituary for Edith Vondell Price Grice (03/03/1999)
  32. Obituary for Allene Landrum Salley (09/22/1995)
  33. Obituary for Elizabeth Mott Smith (08/17/1992)
  34. Obituary for Mamie Weiners Kerr (04/28/1984)
  35. Obituary for Mark Antony Lower (12/27/1995)
  36. Obituary for Tommie Mott Plovanich (01/02/1988)
  37. Obituary for Camilla Gardener Yates (04/06/1997)
  38. Obituary for Dr William L. Stagg Jr. (09/24/1992)
  39. Obituary for Moses E. Mercer (11/13/1993)
  40. Obituary for Marion Horace Fields (10/14/1978)
  41. Obituary for Kathleen Gibson Clements (07/02/1995)
  42. Obituary for Houston R. Smith (N.D.)
  43. Obituary for Wash J. Watts (10/16/1975)
  44. Obituary for Charles E. Lamb (07/10/1987)
  45. Obituary for Gaines S. Dobbins (09/22/1978)
  46. Obituary for Huey P. Long (09/10/1935)
  47. Obituary for Herschel H. Hobbs (12/07/1995)
  48. Obituary for Alexander de Villeneuve Allain (N.D)
  49. Obituary for Dr. Andrew Thalheim (N.D)
  50. Obituary for Lucia Stovall Marsalis (04/19/1980)
  51. Edwin Marion (10/31/2009)
  52. Wilton Earnest (10/14/1949)
  53. Frances Tidwell (05/29/2010)
  54. William JR Booty (05/06/1977)
  55. Thomas J Spears (03/04/N. D)
  56. Louise Pendarvis Lillard (04/03/1978)
  57. James Oscar Booty (03/05/1978
  58. Jerome Fairburn (03/05/1978)
  59. Lela Mae Cutrter (06/17/N. D)
  60. R. Varnado (01/07/ND)
  61. E Frazier (04/19/ND)
  62. Winnie Verna Cutrer (05/03/N. D)
  63. Mary Ann Feigler (06/02/N. D)
  64. Rosine Newman (12/31/1978)
  65. Sam Hyde (06/02/1977)
  66. Coy McIntyre (06/05/1977)
  67. Mike Klein (06/05/1977)
  68. Arthur Otis McCarroll (N.D.)
  69. Carl Orville Varnado (06/01/1977)
  70. Harrell Oliver (11/04/1983)
  71. Joseph Ory (11/07/1983)
  72. Ronnie Lewis Varnado (11/06/1983)
  73. Elaine R. Williams (11/10/1983)
  74. Oliver C. Harrell (11/04/1983)
  75. Moreland Clayton Capers (05/06/1977)
  76. Mary Ann Philips Pike (ND)
  77. Hubert Stephens (ND)
  78. Memorial services for past church members (ND)
  79. Retirement for Bob Wilson (03/01/1969)
  80. Retirement for Dr. Landrum Salley (11/04/1992)
  81. Retirement for Ira H. Peak (12/21/1972)
  82. Retirement for Pastor Perry Webb (01/17/1988)
  83. Retirement for Dr. L. E. Green (December 1971)
  84. J. Hyde, Jr. services held (ND)
  85. Perry Webb retiring (01/16/1988)
  86. Sam B. Hilliard talks to retired teachers (09/22/1976)
  87. Pearl M. Watson (ND)
  88. Dorothy K. Hughes (06/28/2007)
  89. Vesta Montet (10/29/1999)
  90. Booth Cordie (01/17/1985)
  91. Elmer Grady Morgan (05/12/2000)
  92. George Fischer Jr. (06/12/1994)
  93. Joseph M. Sitman Jr. (06/28/2008)
  94. Leo Hurst (07/26/2008)
  95. Danny D. Miller (07/27/2008)
  96. Bunch Lucien Palton (04/15/1985)
  97. Martin Rev (06/20/1985)
  98. Travis Hardy (04/06/1985)
  99. Sandars Clayton (04/01/1985)
  100. Seal Wilmah (02/24/1984)
  101. Susan Kennon Johnson (05/25/1983)
  102. Richard Braynt (06/28/1983)
  103. Jacob Abelser (03/07/1984)
  • Norman Amacker (03/06/1984)
  1. . Meta Langham (03/06/1984)
  • Gracie Albert (11/18/1983)
  1. . Aylene Hunt (03/07/1984)
  2. . Cynthia Scully (04/16/1985)
  3. . William John Hugo (06/21/1985)
  4. . Charles Hornsby (07/15/1985)
  5. . Prentiss Schilling (05/15/1985)
  6. . Christene Hilbun (06/20/1985)
  7. . Penton Kevin Lewis (06/26/1985)
  8. . Stafford Velma Sanders (06/23/1985)
  9. . McNabb Amy Mae (06/13/1985)
  10. . Bonin Garlan Louis (06/19/1985)
  11. . Lawrence Burris (ND)
  12. . Edna Harvard (06/19/1985)
  13. . Smart Louella Sharkey (06/17/1985)
  14. . Shelton Arceneaux (01/11/1984)
  15. . Hugh Brower (04/09/1985)
  16. . Henry Westmoreland (06/19/1985)
  17. . Blanche Walker (05/31/1985)
  18. . Troy Glynn Ricks (03/23/1985)
  19. . Granger Frank (06/16/1985)
  20. . Elvie Faust Rogers (03/19/1985)
  21. . Knight Velma Fussell (06/13/1985)
  22. . Frank Granger (ND)
  23. . Walker Blanche (06/13/1985)
  24. . Audrey Lea Crawford (04/10/1985)
  25. . Brown Norris (04/10/1985)
  26. . Carruth Walter (04/10/1985)
  27. . Herman Chess Ricks (03/28/1985)
  28. . Magruder Dr. Levin (04/08/1985)
  29. . Martin Howard Ray (04/08/1985)
  30. . Arabelle Wild Fendlason (06/20/1985)
  31. . Miller Fleet Nelson (01/10/1984)
  32. . Josephine Leatherman (06/24/1985)
  33. . Harrison Mildred Underwood (03/07/1984)
  34. . Hornsby Charles Grady (07/15/1985)
  35. . Lea Johnnie (01/12/1984)
  36. . William Bill Robertson (06/10/1985)
  37. . Davis Ward Wilson (06/19/1985)
  38. . Easley Jeff (04/05/1985)
  39. . Rogers Wiley Jimmy (04/05/1985)
  40. . Culver Williams (03/04/1985)
  41. . Milton L. Fortenberry (04/03/1985)
  42. . Rome Eddie (02/14/1985)
  43. . Juban Ray (07/10/1985)
  44. . Kinchen Ivy Roosevelt (07/10/1985)
  45. . Cook Willie Jackson (07/10/1985)
  46. . Raborn Percy (07/14/1985)
  47. . Fortenberry Sadie (07/09/1985)
  48. . Lewis T.W (01/24/1984)
  49. . Eidson William Russell (01/22/1984)
  50. . Hano Willie (01/23/1984)
  51. . Craig Emmett Thompson (01/07/1984)
  52. . Willie Sidney (01/23/1984)
  53. . Lea Harry (01/26/1984)
  54. . Dear Harry (03/07/1984)
  55. . Spencer Thomas Wilson (01/11/1984)
  56. . Vivian Sarge Varnado (07/04/1985)
  57. . Owen Kemp (07/05/1985)
  58. . Wall S.S.N.D (07/10/1985)
  59. . Walker Sarah (07/11/1985)
  60. . Harvell Lou Cashio (07/12/1985)
  61. . Latard Dale (07/12/1985)
  62. . Carey Louis (11/09/1985)
  63. . Ward Wilson Davis (06/19/1985)
  64. . Wales Willie Edward (04/10/1985)
  65. . Patterson Frances Lenhard (04/10/1985)
  66. . Tullis Vesta Travis (04/15/1985)
  67. . Herman Chess Ricks (03/28/1985)
  68. . Goldia Kinzey (06/16/1985)
  69. . King Frederick (04/03/1985)
  70. . McCormick Robert (07/15/1985)
  71. . Griffin Jerry Lee (06/17/1985)
  72. . Travis Lea Worthy (06/23/1985)
  73. . Hilburn Christene Lea (06/20/1985)
  74. . LaSalle Ada (06/22/1985)
  75. . Hendry Lucille Lawson (06/20/1985)
  76. . John B McNabb (10/13/1984)
  77. . J.T. Johnnie Mitchell (12/13/1983)
  78. . Rev Herman C. Dykes (12/06/1983)
  79. . Losia Atkins Starrett (12/09/1983)
  80. . Mamie Day Brittenham (12/10/1983)
  81. . Effie McDaniel Nesom (12/12/1983)
  82. . Shirley Jean Chavers (12/07/1983)
  83. . Susie Watts Forrest (12/07/1983)
  84. . Leonard Holden (12/03/1983)
  85. . Hunter H. Horgan (ND)
  86. . McIlhenny (ND)
  87. . Warren Wild (ND)
  88. . Balance Elizabeth (03/16/1984)
  89. . Daniel Edith Bickham (03/16/1984)
  90. . Alma Travis Simmons (ND)
  91. . Eva Reeves Mitchell (ND)
  92. . Wallace H Carruth (06/24/1985)
  93. . J.P. Dibo Wilson (ND)
  94. . Charlotte M. Summer (ND)
  95. . Daisy Moak Lofton (ND)
  96. . Nadler Allan (12/21/1980)
  97. . Lorio Clarence (11/11/1984)
  98. . Juban Gay Eual (ND)
  99. . Young Oramay (06/20/1994)
  100. . Baynard Joseph (03/06/1989)
  101. . Bullon Sam (04/20/1992)
  102. . Dunbar Frances (12/13/1994)
  103. . Manuel Aimee (01/31/1985)
  104. . Keaty Corinne (08/05/1983)
  105. . Roux Satterwhite (08/09/1988)
  106. . Hamilton Elsie (06/14/1991)
  107. . Day Kenner (05/06/1996)
  108. . Spiller Blasingame (05/09/1977)
  109. . Bates James (09/30/1991)
  110. . Platt George (07/23/1993)
  111. . Kleinert Leila (08/26/1995)
  112. . Lynch Donel (10/01/1988)
  113. . Peters Hazel (05/12/2001)
  114. . Sanchez Louis (10/05/1997)
  115. . Lee Young (07/31/1977)
  116. . Laycock Adelia (04/04/1986)
  117. . Causey Wren (05/19/2001)
  118. . Ferguson William (05/17/2006)
  119. . Jules Roux (ND)
  120. . Prescott Arthur (02/04/1984)
  121. . Dunbar Lewis (02/22/1986)
  122. . Whitney G.E. (04/14/1986)
  123. . Whitney John (09/30/1985)
  124. . Brandon Henry (12/09/1976)
  125. . Brown Earl (11/07/1985)
  126. . Brown Charles (09/05/1996)
  127. . Neher David (07/16/2002)
  128. . Lane Horace (04/27/1989)
  129. . Morris Harry (01/05/1989)
  130. . Long Katherine (01/29/2003)
  131. . Wolf Robert (11/06/2004)
  132. . Sam Morgan retires (06/05/1975)
  133. . Yaun Myrtle Nesom (03/22/1986)
  134. . Yaun II Warren Franklin (03/23/1986)
  135. . Olive Florence Varnado (07/26/1984)
  136. . Retired teachers (09/23/1976)

 

Folder 9: Newspapers from Sunday Advocate Baton Rouge

  1. Political Horizons 10/22/1978
  2. Activity along ‘Tuscaloosa Trend’ raising questions 04/27/1980
  3. Capitalites 03/30/1980
  4. Intellectuals bring boomerangs back 08/03/1980
  5. Genealogy to Bostononians 06/05/1977
  6. Presbyterian women 12/12/1976
  7. Attractive Show alive with color 03/18/1979
  8. Name a mountain after yourself 09/19/1976
  9. Fancy Dog House 01/28/1973
  10. Up Looking 03/23/1980
  11. Splinters in My Pride 04/13/1986
  12. Perceptive Photography 02/24/1980
  13. A Tradition of Hospitality (12/04/1977)
  14. The building of a landmark (11/30/1977)
  15. Art Notes (05/15/1977)
  16. Port Sulphur finds revenge (12/31/1981)
  17. Dome is where the heart is (09/26/1999)
  18. The shadows (09/16/1984)
  19. What’s ‘Inn’ a name (11/20/1983)
  20. Women’s club earns title of fair lady (09/30/1979)
  21. Livingston heritage (10/03/1976)
  22. Slush fund plan (06/30/1985)
  23. Gallier house opening (06/27/1971)
  24. History of movie making (02/27/1972)
  25. Found tunica treasure (06/23/1985)
  26. Restoration at chretien point (01/06/1980)
  27. National preservation week (05/13/2001)
  28. Fire protection (01/24/1971)
  29. Architectural survey of historic theater (10/01/1978)
  30. Old photos dig into cities past (07/07/1974)
  31. Midtown oasis (08/01/1993)
  32. Baton Rouge lions club (05/12/1996)
  33. Memories of Baton Rouge center (09/10/1995)
  34. Remembering ferries (06/06/2004)
  35. Old train moves to market (07/18/1982)
  36. Prince of carpetbaggers (03/09/1980)
  37. Gun show (02/27/1972)
  38. Laurel valley preserves as village (09/23/1979)
  39. Street cars of Baton Rouge (05/06/1973)
  40. Queen gets a facelifting (02/02/1969)
  41. Bayou art, antique event (04/19/1970)
  42. Hammond house (04/26/1970)
  43. Twirling stems (04/19/1970)
  44. Attractive Louisiana bayous (04/12/1970)
  45. Exhibits help students learn (10/12/1969)
  46. Massive home hides unique shop (09/25/1969)
  47. Lafayette builds an art center (06/02/1968)
  48. Home is often called angelic (06/02/1968)
  49. Wagon plant aided growth (07/14/1968)
  50. Louisiana art collection (07/14/1968)

 

Folder 10: Newspapers from Enterprise and The States-Item

  1. Old Silver Creek Church 05/24/1977
  2. Tangipahoa starts century two (03/26/1969)
  3. Hammonds new city hall dedicated in celebration (03/24/1969)
  4. Highway department district has unusual building problems (07/27/1970)
  5. Tangipahoa marking birthday (03/28/1969)
  6. Port of Baton Rouge is Fourth Largest in Country 01/05/1977
  7. Presbyterians rotate officers 01/13/1982
  8. Earliest post office 04/11/1984
  9. Rumors about Allain 01/31/1984
  10. Auburn News (ND)
  11. Technology is the key to U.S. strength (01/13/1980)
  12. Vintage train moving downtown (01/13/1982)
  13. Sam Huey’s gin fizz man (08/09/1978)
  14. View of Jackson square (09/09/1970)
  15. History department fighting for life (11/05/1979)
  16. Ante-bellum home recalls gracious era (06/09/1959)
  17. An unjust lawsuit (01/24/1984)
  18. Debating the issues (05/20/1975)
  19. Lagniappe (04/02/1977)

 

Folder 11: Newspaper clippings for Local Lore and Legend

  1. Local Lore and Legend from the years 1964 to 2009 (76 items).

 

Folder 12: Newspaper clippings from Baptist Record and Tangipahoa Parish

  1. Tribute to Baptist Historian (09/16/1976)
  2. Mississippi Magnificent Churches (12/16/1971)
  3. Unbearable Yolk (06/26/1969)
  4. Louisiana Dean of Pastors (12/12/1968)
  5. H. Newton (09/15/1927)
  6. Parish C of C meet Monday night (09/08/1927)
  7. History of Gullett gin company (09/15/1927) 2 Copies
  8. History of Amite, LA (05/26/1927)
  9. Scarle well qualified for parish assessor (09/01/1927)

 

Folder 13: Newspaper clippings on Weddings and Honoring’s

  1. Marie Chaney and Wallace Hutchinson married (04/13/1979)
  2. Rushing and Mr. Welch married (09/01/1984)
  3. Nona Dell Smith Jackson (08/06/1977)
  4. Alice Marie O’Hern (09/01/1984)
  5. Fannie Starns Honor (11/24/1989)
  6. Honoring Kentwood Senior class (N.D.) 2 copies
  7. Historical Society honored (11/22/1979)
  8. Local Veterans in Pike County are honored (11/18/1998)
  9. and Mrs. Dearman Honored (N.D.)
  10. Sons of the America Revolution medal (11/14/1999)
  11. Local CPA wins award (11/10/1983)
  12. Courtesies honor engaged couple (05/01/1980)
  13. Mennonite couple visits kin in area (11/13/1980)
  14. In the News (03/1982)
  15. Reception to Honor Elizabeth Powers (04/03/1946)
  16. Fund-raising banquet honors C. B. Temple (05/07/1979)
  17. For Elizabeth Powers (04/05/1946)
  18. Vernon-Russell wedding and family recalled (12/28/1978)
  19. Chapmans celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (09/02/1998)
  20. Mary Ellis given honor on 100th birthday (01/03/1969)
  21. Civic bodies honored (ND)
  22. Lawrence Lowery honored as first lady (03/06/1974)
  23. LC marks 95th year (ND)
  24. Alexis Williams national award winner (05/16/2007)
  25. Lodge members honored (07/24/1991)
  26. Centenarian honored (06/25/1984)
  27. Kirkpatrick honored by foundation (10/09/1980)
  28. Hays Town Sr. received national award (05/17/1985)
  29. Albany to honor pastor (1966)
  30. DAR presents medal (ND)
  31. Confederate Memorial Day (05/05/2005)
  32. Verner S. being honored (08/16/1978)
  33. Steve Burden receives garden award (04/23/1984)
  34. Miss Newman becomes bride of Mr. Louis Elias (07/02/1970)
  35. Kentwood reception honors centenarian (01/03/1969)
  36. Birthday will honor centenarian in area (01/02/1968)
  37. Plantation wedding and the states-item was there

 

Folder 14: Newspaper clippings on Museums and Parks

  1. Brochure Louisiana State Park
  2. Brochure Fontainebleau State park
  3. Mississippi Seashore Park (September 1977)
  4. Future museum at Plaquemine (06/10/1980)
  5. Museum trims budget request (N.D)
  6. Northshore wildlife refuge (04/12/1980)
  7. Bogue Chitto refuge (05/19/1980)
  8. $14 million OK’d for Bogue Chitto (05/15/1980)
  9. LA state parks give a bit of lagniappe (06/06/1971)
  10. Grand Isle from Pirates to Prosperity (ND)
  11. Grand Isle State Park (06/16/1971)
  12. New Workers, Funding on Way for State Park (09/09/1970)
  13. O Museum of Art Gifted (ND)
  14. LA State Museum captures multi-faceted life (ND)
  15. State Park’s father saw beyond repair of launch (01/20/1984)
  16. State Parks report (ND)
  17. “Anglo-American Action” on review at N.O. museum (ND)
  18. Matts museum-treasure of treasures (06/30/1985)
  19. South rises again at confederate museum (ND)
  20. New Orleans Confederate Museum (ND)
  21. Audubon Park (03/31/1985)
  22. Home-owned group vital to museum (08/19/1979)
  23. LSU Rural life museum (01/28/2007)
  24. LSU natural science museum (01/18/1980)
  25. Plaza names trace history (09/10/1979)
  26. Probing Latrobe’s Park (ND)
  27. Oak Ridge jail has new home at rural life museum (12/29/2002)
  28. LSU’s natural science museum picked as outstanding center (ND)
  29. Fairview State park (ND)
  30. Grand Gulf Park’s artifacts have gone unseen (09/18/2001)
  31. Into New Museum (02/26/1956)
  32. New Jennings museum (1970)
  33. Bird city jungle gardens (ND)
  34. Iberville “museum mobile” (07/03/1968)
  35. Map of New Orleans (ND) 2 copies
  36. City of Houma Louisiana (ND) 2 Copies
  37. LSU Museum Restores Civil War Painting (8/1968)
  38. Civil War Pictures in LSU Exhibit (ND).

 

Folder 15: Newspaper clipping on churches in Southeast Louisiana

  1. Poor ministerial education (08/09/1984)
  2. Town Church Relocates (01/1990)
  3. Baptist Church Senior enjoys Luncheon (05/20/1998)
  4. Mystery Minister (01/14/1976)
  5. Baptizing Ceremony (05/12/1967)
  6. Tangipahoa Baptist WMU (12/10/1987)
  7. Pastor John Baker (10/28/1982)
  8. Marker of Baptist pioneer found (06/09/1988)
  9. Baptists’ factions battle for control (N.D.)
  10. Greenlaw Baptist Representatives (10/06/1983)
  11. Cooper chosen to lead Baptist campaign (11/01/1985)
  12. Those were the days (N.D.)
  13. Early Tangipahoa Baptist pastor (03/30/1967) 2 copies
  14. Miss Powers, Dr. Geren feted at Baptist church (ND)
  15. Osyka Baptists have fought plagues (06/04/1970)
  16. Zion Baptist Church to celebrate 155 years (07/21/1993)
  17. Baptist church through the years (03/14/1968)
  18. The Baptist church thru the years (03/21/1968)
  19. 1921 Sunday school group (03/21/1968)
  20. Pike Baptists pay Tribute to Hunters (ND)
  21. History of First Baptist Church (ND)
  22. C. Roy Angell (ND)
  23. Olivet Church (ND)
  24. Elizabeth’s Dedication (02/24/1994) 2 copies
  25. Grace hosts state gathering (11/01/1985)
  26. Churches in ’83 had triumphs, troubles (ND)
  27. Day’s Church Sun (ND)
  28. First United Methodist Church (07/02/2008)
  29. History of pine ridge Methodist church 1878-1896 (ND)
  30. East Louisiana Baptist association (01/14/1965)
  31. Baptist hour (01/17/1991)
  32. Jackson church marks 150 years (06/22/1985)
  33. First Baptist church Sunday school class in 1940 (05/10/1979)
  34. First Baptist church marks 125th anniversary (09/19/1999) 2 copies
  35. 200 members leave first Baptist church (03/27/1985)
  36. Francis Church (ND)
  37. Baptism service around 1905 (05/05/1966)
  38. BR’s first Methodist church (03/29/1999)

 

Folder 16: Kentwood High school clippings

  1. School opening 1910 (08/ND/1964)
  2. History of Kentwood High school (03/27/1969) 2 copies
  3. Kentwood high school senior class of 1934 (04/12/1984)
  4. Kentwood band director, in “behind the scenes” (1954)
  5. Class of 1946 Kentwood High (12/10/1997)
  6. Kentwood’s football team 1930 (ND)
  7. Kentwood high class of ’40 holds reunion (06/30/2004)
  8. Kentwood high school class of 1920 (11/12/1992)
  9. Kentwood high school class 1957 50 reunion (ND)
  10. Class of 1931 holds annual reunion (05/01/1980) 2 copies
  11. Kentwood High holds multi-class reunion (08/13/1992) 2 copies
  12. Aerial view of 1959 Kentwood High (04/07/2004)
  13. Homecoming queen 1966 (11/13/1996)
  14. Ginger Francois named Kentwood High Principle (ND)
  15. Kentwood High teacher strives for student to succeed (11/27/1996)
  16. Roo Review (06/02/2004)
  17. Kentwood class of ’38 holds 50th reunion (06/02/1988)
  18. A visit with an ‘old friend’ (ND)
  19. The 1962 Marching band (ND) 2 copies
  20. No ‘Roo in ’72 (ND)
  21. Kentwood High school class ’31 holds reunion (05/1988)
  22. Kentwood High school class of 1920 (ND)
  23. Juniors basketball team (02/22/1957)
  24. Bruce King Jr (ND)
  25. Brittny Vashun Dyson (ND)
  26. Jeremy Daurice M. Brown (ND)
  27. Brandon Varnado (ND)
  28. Manuel “Trey” Varnado (ND)
  29. Gerard Taplin (ND)
  30. Kendal Kaye Pike (ND)
  31. Kimberly Kimble (ND)
  32. Shawanda Gayton (ND)
  33. Frederick Ross (ND)
  34. Cheri Marie Spring (ND)
  35. Nichelle Nicole Cook (ND)
  36. Winston Fluker (ND)
  37. Kentwood High class of 1940 (ND) 2 copies
  38. Class of 1961 Reunion (06/23/1981)
  39. Kentwood high baseball team 1922 (04/27/1967)
  40. 1932 KHS football (05/25/1967) 2 copies
  41. Kentwood High teacher makes learning fun (11/20/1996)
  42. KHS class of 1936 holds reunion (06/13/1991)
  43. Championship Roos of ’39 celebrate 60 years (04/21/1999)
  44. All but 2 graduates of KHS class ’18 attend reunion (ND)
  45. Class of 1929 KHS (ND)
  46. Kentwood High School class of 1953 (02/28/1953)
  47. 1962-1963 Marching band (ND) 2 copies
  48. 20 of the present seniors began school together 12 years ago (ND)
  49. Kentwood Grads 1922 (05/11/1967) 2 copies
  50. Kentwood High School senior class 1929 (11/1966)
  51. 1937 Class holds 50-year reunion (07/09/1987) 2 copies
  52. KHS Class of 1955 (08/21/1975)
  53. Kentwood Boys Basketball 1921 (05/11/1967)
  54. Baseball team 1922 boys (04/27/1967)
  55. KHS football 1930 (ND)
  56. History of class of 1953 (05/28/1953)
  57. Lest Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot (09/26/1968)
  58. KHS class of 1923 (ND)
  59. 9th grade KHS 1919 (03/09/1967)
  60. Clean up after fire at KHS (12/24/2008)
  61. Arson strikes Kentwood High (12/13/2008)
  62. KHS welcomes new principle (08/08/2008)
  63. KHS teacher appreciation (06/11/2008)
  64. KHS students arrested for setting fire at school (12/17/2008)
  65. KHS girls’ basketball 1931 (02/29/1968)
  66. KHS football teams hold reunion (05/25/1995)
  67. Kentwood football stars 1911 (02/1979)
  68. Kangaroos of 1928 (ND)
  69. Reunion? Enjoyable, warm (06/05/1975)
  70. KHS senior class 1930 (04/17/1980) 2 copies
  71. KHS class reunion (04/29/1992)
  72. KHS reunion for classes 1940-1963 (08/20/1992)
  73. History of KHS (06/07/1979)
  74. Three former KHS teachers (05/22/1980)
  75. KHS class of 1936 (07/03//1986)
  76. Teens interest turns to new teachers (ND)
  77. “K” Award presented to S.E. Dean (02/15/1979)
  78. Kentwood’s New school opened (09/08/1932)
  79. KHS class of 1940 holds reunion (07/06/1995)
  80. KHS senior class 1926 (09/12/1968) 2 copies
  81. KHS 1911 building (ND)
  82. HELP! (ND)
  83. KHS class of 1940 holds 63rd reunion (06/17/2003)
  84. Tevin Goggins plays All-Star game (01/07/2009)
  85. 1932 KHS slate reunion (ND) 2 copies
  86. KHS 1936 plans reunion (ND) 2 copies
  87. Tillery hosts KHS class of 1936 (ND) 2 copies
  88. Kentwood music club 1949 (ND)
  89. KHS class of 1936 (07/24/1986)
  90. Graduates of 1906 class (ND)
  91. Reunion of class 1918 (06/06/1958)
  92. Reunion of class 1931 (ND)
  93. Maud Arnett (05/02/1940)

 

Folder 17: Clippings on crime in the southeast region

  1. Witnesses for ben Kinchen trial in 1909 (07/25/2008)
  2. Ponder sworn in as justice (01/01/1937)
  3. Thefts charged (08/27/1981)
  4. Jury decides case against S&L (02/06/1982)
  5. Parents of ex-congressman killed in fire (01/03/1983)
  6. Two men killed in auto accidents (08/28/1950)
  7. Angola’s red hat gang (12/03/1976)
  8. Hit and run crash kills (05/16/2007)
  9. Releases jail docket (05/03/2006)
  10. Historic prison structure (06/05/1966)
  11. Burglar caught (10/17/2007)
  12. Bogalusa man pleads guilty (06/18/1981)
  13. Negligent homicide, DWI (03/19/1989)
  14. Clay Shaw arrested (ND)
  15. The police jury (12/28/1972)
  16. Livingston murder (10/15/1986)
  17. Union members trials (06/24/1985)
  18. 4 charged with murder (ND)
  19. Court reverses conviction (06/20/1985)
  20. Ex-state police head guilty (04/14/1985)
  21. 23 plead guilty in sugar scheme (07/11/1985)
  22. Amite mother and children jailed for murder case (06/26/1980)
  23. CIA might have been ‘destroyed’ (02/20/1984)
  24. Hammond girl murder (06/26/1980)
  25. Police jury want lawsuit settled (01/20/1984)
  26. Johnson given six-year sentence (05/19/1985)
  27. Black activist leader sentence reduced (06/29/1983)
  28. Carl Simmons shot to death (ND)
  29. Accused killer spent time in jail (ND)
  30. Accused murder caught (04/11/1985)
  31. Arraignment set for man listed as most-wanted (08/19/1968)
  32. Kentwood man on FBI list nabbed (ND)
  33. Sheriff joins data network (01/21/1969)
  34. Courthouse gets awarded (10/29/1969)
  35. Helena Parish police jury (06/01/1967)
  36. Cops probe story of KKK threat (10/16/1979)
  37. Mafia hasn’t dominated state crime (03/07/1984)
  38. Ex-KKK head, accused spy shared top-secret Navy duties (06/ND/1985)

 

Folder 18: “Remember When” and clippings from Daily Star Newspaper

  1. Postcards tell of Louisiana Journey (02/21/1999)
  2. Baton Rouge ‘ultra-modern’ Municipal building in 1956 (08/13/2006)
  3. Baton Rouge US Post Office in 1956 (07/16/2006)
  4. Stanocola Medical Clinic in 1924 (12/04/1994)
  5. Louisiana Creamery in 1963 (11/30/2003)
  6. Vincent Muffoletto in 1940 (01/30/1994)
  7. Beauregard School in 1920’s (06/28/1992)
  8. Convention Street School around 1920 (10/13/1991)
  9. Baton Rouge Main St. during the flood in 1912 (07/08/1990)
  10. Our Lady of the Lake Hospital around 1923 (10/24/1989)
  11. Catholic High School in 1930’s (07/14/1991)
  12. Nicholson School in 1923 (08/27/1995)
  13. Farrnbacher’s Department Store in 1855 (09/16/1990)
  14. Baton Rouge High School in 1921 (05/26/1991) 2 copies
  15. Local home named to National Register (04/16/1985)
  16. Rites to be held for Cate Marker (08/ND/1969)
  17. Tchefuncte Pontchartrain Home (07/14/1966)
  18. Cate Marker unveiled (ND)
  19. The Irish were here (06/24/1971)
  20. Hammonds Mount Vernon tree (09/09/1976)
  21. Kentwood’s Main St. in 1908 (ND)
  22. Amite now and then (06/25/1997)
  23. Baton Rouge then and now (01/23/2005)
  24. Godbold Mineral Wells (05/02/2005)
  25. E. Wolfe’s Sons in 1898 (11/09/2006)
  26. Osyka church members in 1913 (06/15/2000)
  27. Summit’s old railroad depot in 1966 (05/11/2000)
  28. Shreveport focus of remembrance (01/18/1987)
  29. Lone and Steele Burden (02/25/1996)
  30. Steam engine for Hammond (07/31/1968)
  31. Hungarian in Albany (10/08/1968)
  32. Big project in 1894 (12/05/1968)
  33. Century business belles (03/24/1969)
  34. A mark of yesterday (07/17/1968)
  35. Johnson leaves “bag of Armageddon” (01/21/1969)
  36. Swinging spring (03/20/1969)
  37. New Orleans flashback (05/26/1968)
  38. Lovely picture from the past (ND)
  39. picture out of our past (10/26/1969)

 

Folder 19: Clippings on tourism and Camp Moore

  1. Camp Moore monument (09/06/1979)
  2. Camp Moore UDC to meet (05/09/1985)
  3. Camp Moore Museum (05/27/1965)
  4. Camp Moore (06/03/1965)
  5. UDC sends boxes overseas (ND)
  6. Confederates trained nearby (04/28/1985)
  7. Pilgrimage takes visitors on tour (11/24/1985)
  8. Goodwood Plantation House (03/11/1964)
  9. Tourists, Not Soldiers (07/31/1977)
  10. 1976 Heritage Tour (03/14/1976)
  11. New Tourist Center on I-55 (01/16/1969)
  12. New tourist commission (03/08/1984)
  13. Businessmen tour own parish (04/10/1984)
  14. Tour is planned (08/12/1973)
  15. Chamber viewing Tourism (09/27/1970) 2 copies
  16. Tourist center will dedicate marker (05/30/1985)
  17. Tourism ranked tops in Louisiana business (07/ND/1971) 2 copies
  18. Louisiana heritage tours slated (03/21/1968)
  19. If I were a tourist here (06/28/1971)
  20. Open visitors center (01/23/1972)
  21. Tourist invited to ride Natchez trace (07/01/1958)
  22. Head of Tourism (ND)
  23. Income up on tourism in Louisiana (05/06/1970)
  24. Louisiana: something for every traveler (ND)
  25. Memorial day observed at camp moore museum (06/04/1970)

 

Folder 20: Clippings from Louisiana Places and Ancestors

  1. More of the best of ‘88
  2. Men whose lives touched LA history (02/13/1972)
  3. Lung Cancer Study (06/24/1979)
  4. Nichola Vincenzo Francesco (07/01/1979)
  5. Finding our Fathers guide (06/12/1977)
  6. Confederate States (ND)
  7. New research volumes (11/20/1983)
  8. Acadian Parish development in 1900-20 (01/13/1980)
  9. Ancestral Research (03/07/1984)
  10. “Brides” book of Avoyelles parish (01/20/1980)
  11. The Battle of New Orleans (ND)
  12. Alexander Hamilton Stephens (05/18/1980)
  13. Teens who fled France (06/29/1980)
  14. Research in Great Britain (03/02/1980)
  15. Legacy of historical data (07/10/1983)
  16. Indian War in 1763 (05/21/2000)
  17. Ashland (Natchitoches) (ND)
  18. Ebenezer (10/30/1977)
  19. Oak Ridge (Morehouse Parish) (03/17/1974)
  20. Jackson (East Feliciana) (ND)
  21. Grangeville (11/26/1972)
  22. Stafford Livingston (ND)
  23. Corbin Livingston Parish (ND)
  24. Chipola (08/20/1967)
  25. Sarpy St. Charles Parish (02/ND/1967)
  26. Springfield Livingston (ND)
  27. Loranger (02/27/1966)
  28. Bookter’s Landing (ND)
  29. Belle Grove (09/03/1978)
  30. McComb library houses research (06/19/1983)
  31. Afton Villa Garden (ND)
  32. Feliciana (04/23/1978)
  33. Bayou St. John (ND)
  34. Burden research plantation complex (02/02/1997)
  35. Amelia (ND)
  36. Kenner (ND)
  37. Marthaville (ND)
  38. Grand Coteau (ND)

 

Folder 21: Clippings on Battles and Cemeteries in Southeast Region

  1. Tomb of Historical figure (06/05/1980)
  2. Fort St. Peter is rediscovered (07/25/1975)
  3. SLU prof poking around cemeteries (1985)
  4. Examine cornerstone contents (06/07/1979)
  5. Life in Europe during WWII (02/16/1986)
  6. History of local troops in war (ND)
  7. Nuclear war greatest threat (09/27/1983)
  8. Francisville holds civil war activities (06/10/2007)
  9. War rerouted Manchac History (01/26/1968)
  10. Civil war camp’s legacy (02/20/1977) 2 copies
  11. LA soldier’s in war of 1812 (03/04/1963)
  12. Louisiana and the war of 1812 (12/28/1969)
  13. 8,121 descendants of battle traced (ND)
  14. Louisiana militia war of 1812 (ND)
  15. General Ott tells war stories (ND)
  16. Civil war letters touching (11/28/2002)
  17. Preserve site of Mansfield (05/10/2003)
  18. Battle of BR recalled (08/06/1987)
  19. Battle of Baton Rouge (ND)
  20. A battle raged in BR (08/05/1973)
  21. Confederate soldiers honored (05/01/1983)
  22. Louisiana during Civil War era (07/10/1988)
  23. War rescue mission (04/19/1985)
  24. Battle of N.O. important for service (01/09/1970)
  25. Civil war as it was fought in East (10/07/1979)
  26. Battle lines (01/13/2008)
  27. Spanish Fort (ND)
  28. Mark historic battle (ND)
  29. Battle for monument (01/08/1993)
  30. Shreve took navigation (02/19/1984)
  31. Re-enact Battle of New Orleans (01/09/1984)
  32. O. and the wheel of fortune (06/16/1985)
  33. Historic young cemetery saved (11/14/1991) 2 copies
  34. Burial Marker (08/07/2008)
  35. First constitution of LA (07/25/1976)
  36. West Florida rebellion (ND)
  37. Quiet municipal revolution (06/09/1985)
  38. Deerbrook Cemetery (05/01/1969)
  39. Lone confederate general (04/07/2005)
  40. Confederate group identified (ND)
  41. Civil war skirmish to be fought again (09/25/1973)
  42. Old Manship house survived civil war (ND)
  43. Battle for Hobolochitto Creek (04/19/1970)
  44. Local Soldiers in Civil War (ND). 2 copies. 

 

Folder 22: Clippings on St. Helena and Livingston Parish

  1. Helena parish gets on map (ND)
  2. Helena is scenically beautiful
  3. Helena Historical Association (07/19/1990)
  4. Pioneers of St. Helena parish 1912 (ND) 2 copies
  5. Circa Columbian Era (06/01/1967)
  6. Helena Parish nature and outdoor recreation (ND)
  7. Helena school suit target (02/04/1961)
  8. Helena seeks fire station grants (10/15/1987)
  9. Old Jail still stands (02/08/1973)
  10. 1860 census of St. Helena parish (01/29/1981)
  11. Helena Historical Association (06/01/2008)
  12. Name to new High school (01/29/1989)
  13. William Brabham (05/25/1962)
  14. Open letter to people of St. Helena Parish (03/24/1967)
  15. Helena parish dairy day (10/08/1954)
  16. Hundreds view parade (07/11/1958)
  17. Bank of Greensburg (08/23/1954) 2 copies
  18. Booker turnpike road (11/18/1976)
  19. Livingston Historical Association (ND)
  20. Livingston Parish History

 

Folder 23: Clippings on Historical landmarks/plantations and rivers

  1. Lake Life in Hands of Legislature (ND)
  2. Tangi River Bridge Plan (ND)
  3. Suit for Pearl River water (05/29/1985)
  4. Bayou Manchac to be studied (07/14/1977)
  5. Historic housing in Baton Rouge (10/28/1994)
  6. Historic Gallier Home reopen (ND)
  7. Historic residence in New Orleans (ND)
  8. Blacks commemorate three legal landmarks (02/28/1984)
  9. Mississippi Mills (ND)
  10. Tunica Indians pressing Land (02/07/1982)
  11. Louisiana records in national Achieves (04/10/1985)
  12. Jackson on national register (ND)
  13. Louisiana capital (11/18/1971)
  14. Landmark restaurant (06/21/1981)
  15. One-Tank vacation spot (ND)
  16. Natchitoches (09/21/1979)
  17. Destrehan Plantation Manor (08/02/1973)
  18. Marker to be dedicated (05/29/1975)
  19. Festival at Destrehan Plantation (08/27/1973)
  20. Rainy day at Destrehan Plantation (10/05/1972)
  21. Keller Plantation (05/11/1972)
  22. Pete’s Napoleon House (12/04/1971)
  23. Chretien Point Plantation (01/06/1980)
  24. Melrose Plantation (09/ND/1977)
  25. Victoria’s hotel (06/01/2000)
  26. Mendenhall Landmark (01/10/2002)
  27. Rosedown Plantation (01/19/1978)
  28. Historical hodgepodge (ND)
  29. Former landmark (ND
  30. Belle Helene Plantation home restored for movie (04/20/1970)
  31. Louisiana plantation homes (ND)
  32. Historical area (ND)
  33. Madewood plantation home (nd)
  34. A Tickfaw landmark (07/25/1968)
  35. Historic marker erected at pentagon buildings (06/04/1968)
  36. Old monument, streamlined (11/nd/1970)
  37. Use center of old historical building (03/13/1969)

 

Folder 24: Newspapers from Osyka Eagle and Magnolia Gazette

  1. Illinois Central Magazine (11/09/2006)
  2. Historic Preservation Ordinance (03/09/2000)
  3. Handy Hardware owner dies (02/24/2000)
  4. Pike County democratic caucus (03/16/2000)
  5. Osyka Baptist Church celebrates 130 years (05/18/2000)
  6. Osyka aldermen select engineers (03/16/2000)

 

Folder 25: Newspapers from the Summit Sun

  1. Town’s Centennial Celebration (03/13/1958)
  2. Name of Col. Garland, founder, cleared (04/10-17/1958) 2 copies
  3. Summit’s City Hall (ND)
  4. Proudly hail home town (04/10/1958) 2 copies
  5. Summit viewed in 1936 (04/10/1958) 2 copies
  6. This is my town (04/10/1958) 2 copies
  7. Summit has great heritage (04/10-17/1958)
  8. United givers campaign fund drive (05/01/1958)

 

Folder 26: Clippings from the Enterprise McComb

  1. Experiences of Summit Man (10/20/1976)
  2. Map of Pike County (ND)
  3. City’s oldest buildings (03/21/1984)
  4. Graves from being lost (10/28/1987)
  5. Houses to be on pioneer tour (05/24/1977)
  6. Early Pike county Mill (01/13/1978)
  7. Earliest post office (04/11/1984)
  8. Scholarship fund grows (04/16/1984)
  9. Memories of 20 years ago (07/10/1983)
  10. Courts mural (02/19/1981)
  11. Mississippi diamond boom (02/20/1966)
  12. Scholarship fund nears its goal (08/18/1987)
  13. 1937 book tells pike fight (08/26/1981)
  14. Line dispute on fence (ND)
  15. Area History details (09/26/1978)
  16. Court full of pairs wanting out (02/14/1979)
  17. Aged lady’s life held (06/13/1979)
  18. Not many females boast nicknames (04/11/1979)
  19. Ever find Percy Quin funny (09/05/1979)
  20. Info revealing Percy Quin (09/12/1979)
  21. McComb Area needs historian (09/26/1979)
  22. Stars of ’64 reunion (09/30/1979)
  23. 1925 History offers fine view (10/10/1979)
  24. Old history tells city progress (10/24/1979)
  25. Area history evokes memories (11/07/1979)
  26. Area history (09/19/1979)
  27. ‘Dry’ city 107 years a fact (11/14/1979)
  28. Purvis survived (11/23/1979)
  29. 1925 writer found (11/28/1979)
  30. New book on politics (12/16/1979) 2 copies
  31. Banks featured old names (12/19/1979)
  32. Bankers and doctors (12/26/1979)
  33. Lawyer Yarn season open (01/27/1980)
  34. Historic Lawrence (03/30/1980)
  35. Osyka Diamond find tale (04/08/1980)
  36. Osyka diamond field (04/07/1980)
  37. Deland got out (04/09/1980)
  38. Heffners hope to visit (04/22/1980)
  39. Overheard bridge hit by plane (05/14/1980)
  40. 1913 seniors had a day too (ND)
  41. Roxie’s ‘Gold Hole’ (06/15/1980)
  42. Gold Hole Part II (06/16/1980)
  43. Gold Hole revisited Part I (06/15/1980)
  44. The mail sometimes shouldn’t run (06/24/1980)
  45. Plaques tell stories (05/09/1980)
  46. Get that family data on paper (06/22/1980)
  47. They followed the arrows (08/24/1980)
  48. Can’t claim Ron Welch (ND)
  49. Virginia, there’s a race (09/07/1980)
  50. Nostalgia in books (09/10/1980)
  51. Liberty’s Borden story retold (05/26/1981)
  52. Old church redolent of history (05/31/1981)
  53. Old reporter books grab rookie (06/03/1981)
  54. Osyka to Huston mayor (06/07/1981)
  55. Was Osyka tract almost McComb (06/09/1981) 2 copies
  56. A trillion bucks (10/19/1981)
  57. Yankees never found his cotton (10/28/1981)
  58. The McDowell estate (10/21/1981)
  59. Main as she was in ’25 (02/16/1982)
  60. Data trom (03/07/1982)
  61. Cemetery Book (03/21/1982)
  62. Alford tells history of progress (10/27/1982)
  63. Is 1901 memento one of a kind (05/12/1981)
  64. Old fashioned brooms (12/14/1979)
  65. Gillsburg centennial (08/05/1983)
  66. Personally speaking (07/02/1979)
  67. Family tales (07/01/1986)
  68. Old state records (07/21/1983)
  69. Being busy (10/09/1980)
  70. Tales of ‘Haints’ (ND)
  71. Babe Griffin (02/10/1980)
  72. Reminders of famous ‘spot’ (02/ND/1980)
  73. Friends honor judge (11/09/1979)
  74. Suit against Pike sheriff dismissed (08/16/1978)
  75. Pike hospital (12/02/1965)
  76. Chatawa’s long history (ND)

 

Folder 27: Newspapers from the Enterprise McComb Journal

  1. Souvenir of McComb 75th anniversary (04/ND/1947)
  2. Mayor ‘Jack’ Covington (ND)
  3. Mayor Jack Causey of Liberty, MS (ND)
  4. Muddy Springs church 100 years old in 1943 (ND)
  5. Amite county history of 157 years (11/29/1966)
  6. Mayor of Osyka (ND) 2 copies
  7. Yellow fever epidemic 1878 (07/21/1964)

 

Folder 28: Misc. paperwork on WMU in Tangipahoa

  1. Kentwood Missionary Society years of 1905,1907,1911,1913-1923,1925,1929,1934-1964 (29 items clipped together)
  2. 30 churches associated with Tangipahoa association (5 items clipped together)

 

Box 19

Folder 1:

  1. Photo Page concerning Marie Jernigan Reid
  2. Itenerary for Costal cruis taken in 1957 by Helge Skjesth
  3. “Kentwood Twentieth Stunt Night” by J.W.R. dated April 4th 1952 (2 copies).
  4. Manuscript containing sheet music by J.W. Reid.
  5. Lyrics of “Where We Get Our Music” by J.W. Reid.
  6. Letter from John T. Benseon Publishing Co. to J.W. Reid, dated February 29th
  7. Illionis Central Booster Club program for 1938.
  8. Program for Sunday service at Denham Springs, LA First Baptist Church, dated July 11th, 1937.
  9. Program for First Baptist Church Denham Springs Songs, dated June 1937.

 

Folder 2:

  1. Newspaper articles pertaining to the LSU Rural Life Museum (17 items).
  2. Pamphlets and Newspaper articles from LSU Rural Life Museum (6 items)
  3. Letter from John Dutton, Associate Curator dated March 1977.
  4. Letters to Irene (2 items).
  5. Booklet entitled “13 Ghost Stories About Windrush” by Gaines Glass
  6. Materials Pertaining to the “Good Darky” statue in Natchitoches, LA (3 items).
  7. Guides to the Anglo-American Art Museum (4 items).
  8. Various Articles concerning the LSU Rural Life Museum (11 items).
  9. Various Articles concerning the LSU Rural Life Museum (16 items).
  10. Various Articles concerning the LSU Rural Life Museum (14 items).
  11. Issue of Entrée that mentions LSU Rural Life Museum, dated 1977.

 

Folder 3:

  1. Newspaper article concerning St. Helena and Manchac (6 items).
  2. Pamphlet from “Audubon Pilgrimage” created by West Feliciana Historical Society in St. Francisville, LA. Dated March 2001.
  3. Program from LSU Rural Life Museum’s Ione E. Burden Symposium. Dated September 21st
  4. Flyer fro “Rural Life Harvest Days.” Dated September 21-22, 1996.
  5. Informational Booklets for the LSU Rural Life Museum (4 items).
  6. Postcard of Plantation Kitchen.
  7. Map of Burden Research Plantation at LSU (2 copies).
  8. Article in Middle South Magazinie on Rural Life Museum by Joey J. Morgan.
  9. “Fall is Fabulous in Louisiana” magazine article dated October, 1973.
  10. Article on Bronze statue and antiques dated September 26th
  11. Invitory List of Dr. Amrose H. Storck Collection of Early Louisiana Rural Life Artifacts dated April 1971.

 

Folder 4: Correspondence Concerning Louisiana Rural Life Museum

  1. Correspondence with Museum of Geoscience
  2. Letter dated Aug. 19th 1975, from “Milton”
  3. Letter dated Aug. 27th
  4. Letter dated Nov. 16th
  5. Card dated 1975.
  6. Letters from Mr. Steele Burden (3 items).
  7. Louisiana State Postcard.
  8. Letter from LSU Rural Life Museum, dated 1979.
  9. Itinerary of Historic Tour of “ Louisiana Antebellum Heritage” hosted by Southeastern Louisiana University.
  10. Letter dated May 3rd
  11. Letter from William B. Richardson from LSU Agricultural Center (2 items).
  12. Invitation to the dedication of the Steele Burden Memorial Orangerie.
  13. Letter from Malcolm Tucker.
  14. Letter from T.P. Smith dated July 18th
  15. LSU Rural Life Museum Card dated 1975.
  16. Letter from C.W. Kennedy of the Rural Life Museum Committee (2 items).
  17. Letter from H. Jesse Walker dated May 27th, 1993. Includes photograph.
  18. Letter from Oscar Richard, dated Oct. 1st 1979, includes picture and article.
  19. Letter with copy and photo of a family photo.
  20. Seasons Greetings card from LSU Rural Life Museum (7 items).
  21. Letter dated 1971.
  22. Letters- Campus Correspondence- dated 1967-1971.
  23. Letters dated June 28th, 1968 (2 items).
  24. Letter dated 1980.
  25. Letters dated 1971-1976.
  26. Card dated 1973.
  27. Letters from C.W. Kennedy (3 items).
  28. Two letters dated Sept. 1968 & April 10th
  29. Letter from Aug. 2nd 1968, includes Newspaper clippings and a separate note.
  30. Letter from Fred Kniffen (2 items).
  31. Letter from Fred Knifften, dated July 19th
  32. Letter from Fred Knifften, dated Feb. 18th
  33. Letter from Fred Knifften, dated Oct. 1st, 1967.
  34. Letter from Irene Morris to Jay Mckenna, dated Aug. 29th

 

Folder 5:

  1. Program from Steele Burden Memorial Orangerie Dedication Ceremony, June 17th
  2. Article from LSU Today concerning Steele Burden Memorial Orangerie, dated June 19th
  3. Invitation to Ground Breaking Celebration of the Steele Burden Memorial Orangerie.
  4. Letter from Steele Burden to Irene Morris, dated Aug. 2nd

 

Folder 6:

  1. Various Newspaper articles concerning additions to the Rural Life Museum (12 items).
  2. Letter from “Milton”, dated Aug. 7th 1975, with Copy of Crittenan House of West Tangipahoa Louisiana.
  3. Letter with attached floor plans and newspaper articles concerning the Crittenaen House, dated 1975 (4 items).
  4. Various pamphlet, articles, and photographs concerning “The Barn” (7 items).
  5. Kniffen, Fred. “The American Agricultural Fair : The Pattern”, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 39, no.4, December 1949 (2 copies).
  6. Kniffen, Fred. “The Outdoor Oven in Louisiana.” Louisiana History. 1, no. 1, 1960.
  7. Photographs of old Barn, location unspecified, dated 1977.
  8. Pamphlet from Tangipahoa Baptist Church Re-Dedication Ceremony 1981.
  9. Pamphlet from the Consecration of the Tangipahoa United Methodist Church, June 30th
  10. Panphlet from The John Ford Home in Sandy Hook, Mississippi.
  11. Pamphlet from Nottoway Plantation in White Castle Louisiana.
  12. Potts House Pamphlet (2 copies).
  13. Pamphlet from LSU Rural Life Museum Open House, dated Tuesday Nov. 16, 1971.
  14. LSU Rural Life Museum Pamphlet.
  15. Set of postcards depicting Structures at the Rural Life Museum (6 items).
  16. Rural Life museum Pamphlet with Note to Irene Morris on back.
  17. LSU Rural Life Museum informational Booklets (5 items).
  18. Anglo-American Art Museum Booklet.

 

Folder 7:

  1. LSU “Careers in” Flyer series, Careers in Landscape Architecture, November 1969. (2 copies).
  2. LSU “Careers in” Flyer series, Careers in Geography, October 1962.
  3. LSU “Careers in” Flyer series, Careers in Horticulture, July 1962.
  4. LSU “Careers in” Flyer series, Careers in Anthropology, December 1966.
  5. NOBRAMA Newsletter, The Ways of Water. Vol. 1 No.1, March-April 1975.
  6. “Louisiana Archaeology Week 1994, dated Sept. 25th – Oct. 1.
  7. “Latitudes, Newsletter,” Department of Geography and Anthropology at LSU, July 1992.
  8. “Latitudes, Newsletter,” Department of Geography and Anthropology at LSU, July 1993.
  9. Long Range Program of Bogue Chitto-Pearl River Soil Conservation District in Louisiana 1964.
  10. Ocean Springs Magazine, Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce, II, No. 5, April 1987.
  11. Lighthouses and Lightships of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Department of Transportation, April 1976.
  12. Brick in Architecture 34, No. 6. 1977.
  13. Brick in Architecture 35, No. 1. Jan/Feb 1978.

 

Folder 8:

  1. Archaeology News, Vol. 9, No. 1, September 1992.
  2. Shearwater Pottery Pamphlets (2 copies)
  3. Eastern Star Meeting Program dated December 18th
  4. “Tangipahoa-St. Helena Soil and Water Conservation District, July 1981.
  5. Flyer for Kentwood Brick and Tile Manufactory Company.
  6. Pamphlet entitled “The New Orleans-Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area Study”
  7. Melanges, Museum of Geoscience by LSU, No. 2, September 27th 1971 (2 copies).
  8. Melanges, Museum of Geoscience by LSU, No. 7, April 1973.
  9. Melanges, Museum of Geoscience by LSU, No. 10, Dec. 17th
  10. Outdoor Living
  11. Official Publication of the Greater Slidell, Chamber of Commerce, 1972.
  12. “Clay Resources of Louisiana: Test Data and Evaluation of Misc. Clays.” Department of Conservation Louisiana Geological Survey,April 1967.
  13. “Building in Wood in the Eastern United States: A times-Place Perspective” by Fred Kniffen and Henry Glassie, May 1 1968.
  14. Zanesville Art Pottery Booklet, by Norris F. Schneider, August 23rd

 

Folder 9:

  1. Correspondence dated August 8th, 1967 with attached Newspaper Clipping.
  2. Copy of Correspondence from Shearwater Pottery- dated June 21st, 1965.
  3. Letter to James Morris dated July 30th
  4. Letter from Nancy Edwards dated October 11th, 1970.
  5. Letter from Milton Newton Jr. from LSU’s Department of Geography and Anthropology. Dated October 12, 1983.
  6. Bear Creek Meeting Agenda dated 1983, 2 pages.
  7. “My Primitive Mother” by Andrea Vail.
  8. Correspondence from Nancy Edwards Feb, 8th
  9. Correspondence from Jinnie Lyonns dated Dec. 1st
  10. Letters from Mrs. W.O. Martin dated January and June 1967 (4 pages).Various Correspondence to and from Mrs. Morris date ranging from 1967, (19 items).
  11. Letters from Francis B.L. Empson (30 pages).
  12. Manuscript entitled “The Empson Family and Brick Making in the Florida Parishes.” Dated 1974.
  13. Various Correspondence from Paul E. Cox.
  14. Letter to Paul E. Cox from Janes K. Martin dated July 2nd
  15. Transcription on Notepaper dated 1964.
  16. Letters from B.L. Empson dated August 1, 1964.
  17. Letter from Blanche Desmmond dated August 7th
  18. Various flyers , forms, and certificate from the “Preservation Resource Center regarding buying a memorial Brick dated February 1984. (7 items).
  19. Rough Draft of Local Lore and Legend (7 items).
  20. Letter from Opal Rae Wald dated September 16th, 1966 with attached newspaper articles concerning Cate Bricks.
  21. General correspondence to Mrs. Irene Morris (7 items).
  22. Letter to Irene Morris dated January 14th 1980 from Guy M. Kent.
  23. Letter from Guy M. Kent dated March 3rd
  24. Postcard dated June 28th 1968 from K.M. Cate.
  25. Letter from “Books” dated Tuesday June 17th.
  26. Letter from Suzanne L. Ormond of the Louisiana Craft Council.
  27. Bill of Loading by the Illinois Central Railway. Dated 1903.
  28. Photo negatives of a brickyard and workers
  29. Photo labeled “Tree by our house fell into highway” July 21st

 

Folder 10:

  1. Letter from Howard M. Reaves entitled “Life in the SBC” dated Summer 1992.
  2. Letter from May ____ with attached manuscript concerning Mt. Zebe Church dated October 1968.
  3. Manuscript entitled “Sesqui-Centennial Celebration of the Mississippi Baptist Association and of the and of the Ebenezer Baptist Church 1806-1956. Held at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Anute County, Mississippi May 6th” With attached letter from John H. Parker.
  4. Letter from the Historical Commission of the Souther Baptist Convention, dated June 1975.
  5. Letter from James E. Wood Jr. of the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs. With attached preliminary program of the Baptist and the American experience.
  6. Flyer for the Heritage of Baptist Thought annual Meeting, dated April 1978.
  7. Baptist Heritage Conference flyer, dated July 1978.
  8. Letter from the Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, dated July 1978.
  9. Letter from Katy L. Sylvest from the Louisiana Baptist Convention Executive Board, dated July 1989.
  10. Postcard from Pelican Publishing Company.
  11. Memorandum from Perry Lassiter of the Louisiana Baptist Convention History Committee, dated June 1989.
  12. Louisiana College Diamond Anniversary pamphlet dated 1981.
  13. Pamphlet entitled the “Baptist Hour” dated March 22nd
  14. Letter from Jerry Smith of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church.
  15. Letter from the Richard W. Norton Memorial Library of Louisiana College, dated March 1986.
  16. Letter from Robert L. Lynn, President of Louisiana College.
  17. Cover Memo and Letter from Edwin C. Schilling Jr.
  18. Louisiana College Columns. Summer 1984.
  19. Columns of Louisiana College. Fall 1992.

 

Folder 11:

  1. Louisiana Baptist Historical Association Treasurer’s Report May1st- September 30th
  2. Postcard and Newspaper clipping, undated.
  3. Family Photo dated 1959 inscribed “Wall-Calcote”.
  4. Photo of Elderly man and young girl, inscribed “Sarah White 19 months” dated 1990.
  5. Photo of Man at Desk, _____ McCore dated 1966-1977.
  6. Letter dated February 11th 1979, unsigned.
  7. Roselawn Cemetery plot map dated 1925.
  8. Areogramme from Japan dated 1969 from Ralph and Gena Calcote.
  9. Areogramme from Japan dated 1978 from Gena Calcote, attached newspaper article.
  10. Areogramme from Japan dated 1966 from Gena Calcota.
  11. Areogramme from Japan dated 1965 from Ralph and Gena Calcota.
  12. Areogramme from Japan dated 1956 from Gena Calcota.
  13. Areogramme from Japan dated 1956 frrom Gena Calcota.
  14. Areogramme from Japan dated 1951 from Gena and Ralph Calcota.
  15. Areogramme from Japan dated 1983 from Gena and Ralph Calcota.
  16. Letter from the Richard W. Norten Memorial Library dated 1975.
  17. Letter from the “Landrums” on First Baptist Church Stationary dated December 29th
  18. Letter dated August 26th 1996 signed “Landrums.”
  19. Letter from “Carrie” dated January 7th
  20. Burnt scrap of paper from notarized document.
  21. New Zion Baptist Church 125th Anniversary Booklet.
  22. Louisiana Baptist Historical Atlas by Gleanlee Greene.

 

Folder 12:

  1. Baptist Hour Messager May 1953.
  2. Baptist Hour Messanger, August 1953.
  3. Camp Living Waters- Southeast Baptist Assembly pamphlet.
  4. Kentwood Centennial Celebration pamphlets.
  5. Pamphlet for Times-Picayune “Holy Land: The Greatest Creation of the 20th Century” Exhibit.
  6. Pamphlet for Half-Moon Bluff Baptist Church dated October 12th
  7. “When Your Church Needs A Pastor” pamphlet from Louisiana Convention.
  8. Pamphlet of Half Moon Bluff Baptist Church concerning Lloyd Hawthorne’s concept art of Half Moon Bluff Church Building.
  9. Pamphlet concerning the 150th Anniversary of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church.
  10. Pamphlet for Entertainment during Kentwood, La 150TH Anniversary celebration.
  11. Pamphlet for “Ruby Lewis Day” dated July 27th
  12. Holmesville Baptist Church of McComb, Mississippi Dimond Anniversary Pamphlet dated 1963.
  13. Bulletin of the Atlantic Baptist Fellowship dated May 1982.
  14. Centennial Celebration pamphlet of Kentwood’s First Baptist Church.
  15. 40th Anniversary booklet of Shrevecity Baptist Church dated October 1st
  16. 1978 Washington Parish Fair booklet.
  17. Baptist History and Heritage, Vol. 1, No. 1, August 1965.
  18. Baptist History and Heritage, 14, No. 1, January 1979.
  19. “The Pressures of a Pastor” by James E. Carter, booklet from Louisiana Baptist Convention.
  20. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Vol. 1, 1988. (2 copies).
  21. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, 2, 1989.
  22. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, 3, 1990. (2 copies).
  23. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Vol 4, 1991.
  24. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Vol 5, 1992.
  25. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, 7, 1994.
  26. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, 8, 1995.

 

Folder 13:

  1. Full issue of The Baptist Record dated May 28th
  2. The Christian Witness 1, No. 3, September 1968.
  3. The East Fork Witness 1, No. 1.
  4. The Christian Witness 1, No. 2, August 1968.
  5. Scrapbook pages of Newspaper clippings on Louisiana Baptist History (18 pages).
  6. Loranger Baptist Church Consitution
  7. Newspaper clippings concerning Louisiana Baptist Church History. (125 articles).

 

Box 20

Folder 1: High School Dipolma Frank Levi Brown; Sons of American Revolution Member

             Certificate, Frank Lewis Brown Jr.; Student Body Handbook Franklin High School,

             Vol. 6; photo Roger Knight (25 items)

 

Folder 2: Newspapers- Franklin New Era Jun 4, 1908; Greensburg Weekly Star & Journal,

            Jul 27, 1867; Amite City Democrat, Mar 18, 1876 (6 items)

 

Folder 3: Publication- “Louisiana”, Jan-Mar 1980; Newspapers- The Florida Parishes

            Apr 26, 1905, Dec 22, 1906, Sept 6, 1924; The Tangipahoa Parish News Nov 25, 1926,

             May 26, 1927, Sept 15, 1927; The New Delta Oct 10, 1890; personal correspondence

             (11 items)

 

Folder 4A: Newspapers- Roleland Herald Jul 1, 1921; The Farmer’s Friend, Sept 30, 1939;

            The St. Helena Echo Aug 16, 1957, Aug 23, 1954, Sept 21, 1956, Mar 29, 1957,

            Nov 15, 1957, Apr 4, 1958, May 23, 1958, Jun 6, 1958, Jul 4, 1958, Dec 3, 1954

            (17 items)

Folder 4B: Newspapers- The Amite Progress July 12, 1945; Times Picayune Apr 8, 1940;

            The Amite Progress Oct 1, 1936 (4 items)

 

Folder 5: Newspapers- Amite City Independent Nov 11, 1899 reprinted 1976 News Digest;

            Daily Picayune Jun 14, 1901 (15 items)

 

Folder 6: Newspapers- The Times Democrat Jun 6, 1908; The Daily Picayune Jun 12, 1908

            (3 items)

 

Folder 7: Kentwood Ledger, letters, invoices for compugraphic equipment, office supplies

            (40 items)

 

Folder 8: Newspapers- St. Helena Echo Aug 10, 1900, Jun 5, 1908, Mar 19, 1907 (7 items)

 

Folder 9: Kentwood Newspapers- Kentwood News Jul 29, 1993; Kentwood Ledger

            Jul 28, 1993; Kentwood Commercial Jan 25, 1934; newsclippings, notes (37 items)

 

Folder 10: Newspapers- The Kentwood New Era Oct 15, 1914; newsclippings, notes (10 items)

 

Folder 11: Newspapers- Kentwood Commercial Mar 10, 1916, May 18, 1917, Feb 9, 1923,

            Mar 12, 1936, July 11, 1929; Hammond Vindicator May 5, 1922; Kentwood Chronicle

            May 1924 notes (22 items)

 

Folder 12: Newspapers- Kentwood Commercial Dec 11, 1925, May 19, 1927, May 17, 1928,

            Jul 11, 1929, Sept 5, 1929, Aug 4, 1932, Jan 11, 1934, Jan 25, 1934, April 26, 1934;

            Kentwood News May 21, 1926 (22 items)

 

Folder 13: Newspapers- Kentwood Commercial Apr 20, 1939, Jan 10, 1941, May 30, 1940,

            Jul 25, 1941, Apr 25, 1941, May 23, 1941, Jun 2 1944, Dec 28, 1945; The Progress

            May 27, 1938 (17 items)

 

Folder 14: Newspapers- Kentwood Commercial Nov 8, 1946, Aug 23, 1946, Aug 30, 1946,

            May 7, 1948, Apr 2, 1948, Mar 19, 1948, Dec 2, 1949, Aug 19, 1949 (11 items)

 

Folder 15: Newspapers- Kentwood News Oct 16, 1952, Jan 19, 1956, Apr 5, 1956; Kentwood

                        Commercial May 29, 1953, Dec 10, 1953, Jan 28, 1954, Nov 25, 1954; JP Morris &                     Sons advertisement 1955 (23 items)                                                           

 

Folder 16: Newspapers- Kentwood News Jun 19, 1969, May 29, 1969, April 3, 1969; Kentwood

            Ledger Mar 27, 1969, Mar 13, 1969 (6 items)

 

Folder 17: Newspapers- Kentwood Ledger Progress Edition May 22, 1969; Kentwood Ledger

            Jan 23, 1969 (5 items)

 

Folder 18: Newspapers- Kentwood Commercial Feb 13, 1948, Mar 5, 1948, Mar 12, 1948;

            Photo, printing press Jun 30, 1966; Kentwood Ledger Jun 30, 1966, Jul 7, 1966 (9 items)

 

Folder 19: Newsclippings on Stewart, Sanders Carruth (3 items)

 

Folder 20: Mitilda Stream notes, newsclippings (6 items)

 

Folder 21: Amaker Family Notes (74 items)

 

Folder 22: Maud Amacker Arnett newsclippings, notes (18 items)

 

Folder 23: Photos - Kent, Preston, & bookkeeper (pegleg) Hasbrouk; notes, Amacker; St.

            Helena Census 1880, Postcard, State Street, Eagle Lake, Texas; Postcard, Waterloo,

            Iowa; notes (5 items)

 

Folder 24: Kent Family Notes (52 items)

Folder 25: Foxy Kent Family Notes (6 items)

Folder 26: Jean Francois Millet print; notes; publication- “Famous Artists III. Millet” by Nellie

            Petticrew Cranston, Owen Publ Co., 1913 (13 items)

 

Folder 27: Book- Footsteps of the Flock or Origins of Louisiana Baptists, by Rev. Ivan M. Wise, Vol 11, Second Ed., Part 1; letter from Erbon W. Wise; Program and invite, First Baptist Church of Kentwood; Safety Service Newsletter, Nov 1941; publication- “Two Rivers Baptist Association Women’s Missionary Union Yearbook 2007-2008" (36 items)

 

Folder 28: Varnado Family Notes; 1950 Kentwood Garden Club photos family homes, churches, schools; newsclippings (117 items)

 

Folder 29: Newsclippings, Catalog Homes; Newsclippings, Kentwood Main Street Businesses/Buildings; photos, notes (8 items)

 

Folder 30: Newspapers- Amite News Digest Sep 27, 1957; Kentwood News Apr 2, 1959,

            Sep 20, 1962, Sept 16, 1965, Mar 27, 1969; Kentwood Commercial Jan 11, 1962;

            Kentwood Ledger May 8, 1969, May22, 1969, Feb 6, 1986 (20 items)

 

Folder 31: Frank Lewis Brown - photos and personal correspondence from Ledger files

            (239 items)

 

Folder 32: Brochure “The Public Face of Religion in Tangipahoa Parish”; newsclipping

            “Card of Thanks The Family of Robert and Anna Mae Lusco Cheramie (2 items)

 

Box 21  

Folder 1: Miscellaneous Pamphlets and or Flyers

  1. Sesquicentennial Celebration of 1962
  2. Post News (02-03/ND/1966)
  3. Script Tips (ND) clipped together
  4. Dons seafood and Steak House (ND)
  5. 17TH Annual Varnado Reunion (05/27/1984)
  6. Reunion on 5/30/1982 at McComb Recreation Center (09/30/1982)
  7. “The charm school” a comedy (05/15/ND)
  8. “Rose time” Epworth league (04/29/ND)
  9. “The microbe of Love” (1922)
  10. 42 Annual Baxter Reunion (07/20/1996)
  11. Louisiana bayou wonderland (ND)
  12. Centennial Celebration Amite city (05/10/1966) 2 copies
  13. The Merieult House home of the historic New Orleans (ND) 2 copies
  14. Hotel greeter’s tourist guide (April 1950)
  15. University Press of Mississippi 1981
  16. Calendar of Woman’s Missionary Society in 1911 (2 copies)
  17. Kentwood parent-teacher association 1958-59
  18. History of Kentwood Lodge No.248 (May 1955)
  19. National society of the daughters of the American revolution 1977-1980
  20. Official inspection district No.24 (07/09/1967) 2 copies
  21. Osyka Baptist Church (08/31/1980)
  22. Westminster Presbyterian Church (ND)
  23. First Baptist church (06/23/1985)
  24. Deacon council nominations (03/15/1984)
  25. Banquet on teacher appreciation day (06/27/1985)
  26. Final report of sesquicentennial committee 1953-1962 (2 copies)
  27. Life and family of Charles Holland (March 1961)
  28. Albert Pike centennial reunion (April 1957)
  29. Spring Creek Baptist Church Centennial (1960)
  30. Executive Committee Dutch Supper (ND)
  31. Louisiana Folklore society (04/30/1966) 2 Copies
  32. First Baptist Mid-week message (10/29/1969)
  33. Tangipahoa Parish Centennial Hospitality Center (03/27/1969) 2 Copies
  34. First Baptist Church in Norco, Louisiana (03/22/1970)
  35. LSU Agricultural club meeting (10/01/1968)

 

Folder 2: Micellaneous brochures and small booklets

  1. The Golden Book OF La Louisiane (1945)
  2. History Helps for Baptist Churches (ND)
  3. North West Louisiana Tour NO.6 (ND)
  4. Excellent way of church finance (1953)
  5. The perfect Blend (11/ND/1948)
  6. Dunbar’s menu from St. Charles Ave (ND)
  7. This week in New Orleans (05/17/1969)
  8. Where to go in New Orleans (09/01/1968)
  9. The historic New Orleans Collection (ND)
  10. Shreveport Bossier Visitors guide (ND)
  11. Belfair Elementary School (1955-56)
  12. Ford Times (01/ND/1958)
  13. Louisiana News Digest (09/ND/1951)
  14. This week in New Orleans (ND)
  15. Sheraton-Charles (ND)
  16. Bayou Tours De Luxe (ND)
  17. Welcome to New Orleans (ND)
  18. Visitors guide to New Orleans (ND)
  19. Norton art gallery (ND)
  20. Huntington Park clubhouse (ND)
  21. Barnwell Cultural Center (ND)
  22. Louisiana artists guide (ND)
  23. The American Rose Center (ND)
  24. Meadows museum of art (ND)
  25. Historic excitement of Louisiana (ND) 2 copies
  26. Louisiana Civil War Centennial (ND) 2 Copies
  27. Beauregard House (ND)
  28. New Orleans museum of art (ND) 2 copies
  29. North Mississippi (ND)
  30. New Orleans gallery take one (ND)
  31. Bogalusa (ND) 2 Copies
  32. Antiques and fine food (07/ND/1965)
  33. Louisiana State Parks (ND)
  34. Port of New Orleans ocean gateway (01/22/1949)
  35. Condensed statistical survey of Tangipahoa parish (ND) 2 copies
  36. The myrtles plantation (ND)
  37. New Orleans U.S.A (ND)
  38. Southeastern United States (ND) 2 Copies
  39. New Orleans U.S.A French Quarter (ND)
  40. Camp Moore Confederate Museum (ND)
  41. “Tales of Tangipahoa” (03/27/1969)
  42. Kentwood Bank (12/03/1907)
  43. Antiques de Quatre Monde (ND)
  44. Grand Gulf Military Monument Park (ND)

 

Folder 3: Miscellaneous Packets

  1. Patrick’s Day Celebration (1962)
  2. 1995 Louisiana Catalog (1955)
  3. Kentwood High School 1944-1994
  4. Deaths in Eastern Louisiana (1900-1940)
  5. History of events leading to Loranger (1969)
  6. A brief History of Beulah Baptist (1933)
  7. Liberty and Amite County Sesqui-Centennial (1809-1959)
  8. The Saint Helena Rifles (1968)
  9. Where to go/what to do/when in New Orleans (11/08/1969)
  10. Brief sketch of Scotch-Irish in America (ND)
  11. The Louisiana Forest Industry (March 1959) 2 copies
  12. New Orleans-Baton Rouge Metropolitan area urban study (June 1978)
  13. Fundraising for LSU Agricultural Center (Fall 2002)
  14. Louisiana 1776-1976 Bicentennial (July-September 1976)
  15. James “Jim” Bowie: A legend, A Hero, A Martyr (1990)
  16. Louisiana Scottish Rite Trestle board (December 2007-January 2008)

 

Folder 4: Postcards

  1. The gold leaf pointing hand (1989) in color
  2. South Main Baptist Church (1981) in color w/writing on back
  3. Antiques Shop Old Home (ND) in color w/writing on the back
  4. Mendenhall hotel (ND) in color
  5. Court House, Library, City Hall (ND) in color
  6. Mendenhall Hotel (ND) in color
  7. Lided Ivory box (ND) in color
  8. Grand Gulf Military Park (ND) in color
  9. Jean-Baptiste Colbert (ND) in color
  10. The Gunboat at Cornay’s bridge (1992) in color
  11. Visit of Louis XIV to the Gobelins in1667 (ND) in color
  12. Louis XIV adolescent, Trampling the fronde (ND) in color
  13. Death mask of Napoleon Bonaparte, 1821 (ND) in color
  14. Les globes terrestre represente en deux plans –hemispheres (ND) in color
  15. Louis XIV king of France and Navarre (ND) in color
  16. Apollo Mask (ND) in color
  17. First Presbyterian Church (ND) in color
  18. Louisiana State Memorial (1981) in color w/writing on the back
  19. Jimmie Davis Tabernacle (ND) in color
  20. The Barracks, Louisiana State University (1949) in color w/writing on the back
  21. Bogalusa City Hall (ND) in color 2 Copies

 

Folder 5: Paperwork on Census

  1. Pike County, Mississippi 1850 Census (08/29/1850)
  2. BR historian acquires 1782 city census (01/18/1968) 2 clippings w/clip
  3. 1960 General information Census (ND) all together 4 pages w/clip
  4. Census microfilm rental program (10/18/1983) 4 pages w/clip

 

Folder 6: Newspaper Cilpping and Misc. on Tangipahoa Parish

  1. Letter from Frank L Brown about the Centennial (ND)
  2. Paper of Tangipahoa Centennial, INC. presents (ND)
  3. Flyer for 100th Anniversary celebration Tangipahoa Parish ( ND) 2 copies
  4. Tally-Ho on Centennial Tour (03/19/1969)
  5. Design for Centennial Plate (02/13/1969) 2 copies
  6. Re-lives the “Good ole days” in gala centennial (03/ND/1969)
  7. Crest of Tangipahoa Centennial (ND)
  8. Centennial 1969 (ND)
  9. Centennial spectacular rolls in tonight (03/27/1969)
  10. & Mrs. For the centennial (ND)
  11. Professional help joins centennial (ND)
  12. Float finishes off Tangi Centennial Parade (03/30/1969)
  13. Festivities in Centennial week (03/26/1969) 2 copies
  14. Centennial’s bombastic end! (03/31/1969)
  15. First place float in centennial (ND)
  16. Centennial brings out old, new, families, friends (03/27/1969)
  17. Centennial 1969 news clipping pictures (ND)

 

Folder 7: Letters correspondence to Irene Morris

  1. Letter from Camellia T. Denys on Genealogy (09/16/1967)
  2. Letter from Camellia T. Denys on Genealogy (10/03/1967)
  3. Letter from Preseburg (07/05/1963) 3 items clipped
  4. Letter from Robert Ball on Curtis and Ball families (09/03/1967) 2 items clipped
  5. Letter from Robert Ball on Curtis and Ball families (09/09/1967) 2 items clipped
  6. Letter from Alice Culdison (04/21/1968) 2 items clipped
  7. Letter from Mrs. Robert Hughes (11/15/1969) 4 items clipped
  8. Letter from Mrs. Seth H. Barron (08/20/1969) 7 items clipped
  9. Letter from Lou E. Ballard on LA Folklore society (03/30/1966)
  10. Letter from Dr. Sidney Romero on joining the steering committee (10/04/1968)
  11. Letter from John Bradford Lanier on history of Lanier family (06/02/1968)
  12. Letter from Vince Sylvest on distribution of The Francis Sylvest Story (ND)
  13. Letter from E.W. Carswell (05/25/1970)
  14. Letter from Miss Edna M. Brady on Walsh Family History (08/29/1969) 2 items
  15. Letter from William Monroe on family history (10/30/1968) 2 items
  16. Family letter from Joseph W. Reid (07/12/1976) 8 items clipped
  17. Family letter from Joe & Betty (10/18/1968)
  18. Family letter from Raleigh Reids (03/15/1977)
  19. Letter from Mrs. Robert S. Neitzel on E. Cains publication (05/27/1968)
  20. Letter from Malrie Dumas (10/29/1969)
  21. Letter from Selsus E. Tull (03/27/1968)
  22. Letter from Earline Wreit (03/22/1970)
  23. Letter from Elizabeth schlaudecker (ND) 2 items clipped
  24. Letter from G. Price (ND)
  25. Letter from Mary A. Peterson (05/25/1968)
  26. Letter from G. Price (ND) 2 items clipped
  27. Postcard letter no name (ND)

 

Folder 8: Miscellaneous Papers and Articles

  1. Regional state arts grants workshop to be held in Slidell (01/28/ND) 3 pages clipped
  2. Application for state employment (06/04/1973)
  3. Kentwood Chronicle Vol. 1 (05/1924) 2 pages clipped together
  4. Material concerning the development of Tangipahoa Parish (01/24/1969) 6 pages clipped
  5. Financial statement for Mrs.Thetus F. Reid (11/11/1974) 8 pages clipped
  6. Francois-Xavier Martin pp.96-98, source History of LA (ND) 5 Pages clipped together
  7. clippings on Lanier History (ND) 6 pages clipped together
  8. Overlap story of LA. (ND) 9 pages clipped together
  9. Polk Morris and Sons, Inc. (01/26/1963)
  10. Harvey Eagles (ND)
  11. Irene Morris personal notes about her childhood (ND) 17 pages clipped
  12. Spokes in a wheel CD by Kent Blazy (2007)

 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous Newspaper clippings

  1. Speaks to CCGHS meeting (03/30/2005)
  2. Born Fighting- how the Scots-Irish shaped America (03/06/2005)
  3. Daughters of 1812 to meet Nov.6 (1982) 2 copies
  4. Old photo recalls making bacon (01/09/1972)
  5. Treasure day to highlight LSU on/off campus exhibits (10/31/2010) 2 pages
  6. New Beulah Baptist Church founded 1859 (ND)
  7. Chapel of the Madonna (ND)
  8. Cemetery to Unknown dates to 1848 (ND)
  9. Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival (03/29/1972)
  10. Allain treated coolly (ND)
  11. Connecting lines: Salem (07/12/1981)
  12. Benjamin Brown (04/19/1981)
  13. Big milk bottle’s gone (10/01/1982)
  14. 186th anniversary of his landing at Coles creek (03/02/1967)

 

Folder 10:  Miscellaneous Newspaper clippings

  1. “FOKAL meets” (01/31/1989)
  2. Issue of the Sunday Times-Picayune Dixie, New Orleans (11/26/1978)-2 copies
  3. Obituary for Roscoe Coleman (04/1987)
  4. “Topsy Meets the Queen” (ND)
  5. “Double wedding for Misses Cook held Temple Chapel Church” (09/18/80)
  6. “Carbon monoxide poisoning claims two on Wednesday” (11/25/76)
  7. “Twisters hit church during Easter service” (04/22/81)
  8. “Odd Fellows honor Mrs. Ruth Cook” (07/24/86)
  9. Untitled article (01/19/89)
  10. Untitled article (09/12/84)
  11. Obituary for Clark Natlie Bickham “Nat” (ND)
  12. “Historic Temple Chapel marks renovation” (06/09/77)
  13. Obituary for Ruth B. Cutrer (02/02/96)
  14. Obituary for Darryl Glenn Cage (03/31/93)
  15. Obituary for Randolph McGee (02/04/94)
  16. Obituary for Ellen Cook (02/28/92)- 2 copies
  17. “Irma Cook has Twenty Years Service with City Hall” (02/02/95)
  18. “Miss Cook is college queen” (12/18/76)
  19. “Kentwood CHSPC in Live Oak” (02/22/1980)
  20. “Students to make pilgrimage” (03/05/89)
  21. Obituary for Alice M. Cooper (01/2297)
  22. Obituary for Ralph T. Carter (ND)
  23. “Kentwood community honors businessmen” (09/03/96)
  24. “Coach Smith’s Lady Roos win fourth crown” (02/12/81)
  25. “Meet your Teacher: Josephine Dyson”(ND)
  26. “Dillon Class of 1970 enjoys three day long reunion” (07/14/83)
  27. “ ‘PM Magazine’ turns out the lights” (05/31/85)
  28. “Lady Roos honored” (03/28/85)
  29. “Kentwood star Coopers selected All-American” (05/19/85)
  30. “Kangarettes have winning year, look to playoffs” (1979)
  31. Newspaper photo of three women in basketball uniforms (07/25/85)
  32. “Board recommends Smith as Kentwood’s principal” (06/15/88)
  33. “Happy Birthday Lucille Freeman” (02/18/98)- 2 copies
  34. Obituary of Doris Knight Fultz (06/08/84)
  35. “Stabbing” (ND)
  36. “Tyrin Fultz named to Dean’s List at Nicholls State University” (06/11/03)
  37. Photo of Kentwood Highschool Band Director Marjorie Patterson (01/08/97)-2 copies
  38. “ Area News: Buisnessmen to be honored” (08/14/96)
  39. “Area Shocked by Fluker’s Death (10/22/89)
  40. “Exchange student to study in China” (ND)
  41. Doris Knight Fultz (ND)
  42. Obituary of Patrick Fultz (02/22/94) – 2 copies
  43. Photo of Gordon Ford in the Kentwood Ledger (02/14/80)
  44. “Observe Older Americans Month” (05/28/81)
  45. “Village of Tangipahoa City” (ND)
  46. “Steve Fluker is in Marine Corps.” (02/05/81)
  47. “Hard work ain’t gonna hurt you…” (ND)
  48. “Hard working 100 year old Lucille Freeman” (07/25/91)
  49. “It’s Gospel!” (11/26/78)
  50. “Chapman Brothers featured in magazine” (12/07/78)
  51. 10 Black and White photographs
  52. Invitation to 1985 Commencement Exercises
  53. Letter from Anna A. Smith dated April 1985

 

Folder 11: African –American History Tangipahoa Parish

  1. “Group Enjoys Trip to Atlanta” (08/03/78)
  2. “Card of Thanks” (11/02/95)
  3. Sketch of Street Map
  4. “Local Lore and Legend” (11/07/63)
  5. Various Pages of Notes – 8 pages.
  6. Letter, Newspaper Clipping, and Flyer pertaining to Evelyn William
  7. Obituary of E.W. Magee (10/16/97)
  8. Obituary of Mary Robertson (09/15/97)
  9. “Local Lore & Legend” (04/09/97)
  10. Obituary for Zellma Brumfield (10/20/97)
  11. Obituary for Madlyn Abernathy Pugh (08/16/97)
  12. Photo of Rev. P.S.Evans (ND)
  13. Obituary for Jeffery Eugene Cook (08/30/97)
  14. Obituary for Lutishia Williams (07/26/97)
  15. Obituary for Tommy Ray McKay (04/15/97)
  16. “Reports from retirees highlight meet” (1979)
  17. “Helping people is their job” (08/16/79)
  18. “Burton-Brooks Family Reunion” (08/16/79)
  19. Obituary for Maggie Hutton (11/25/79)
  20. “T.J. Butler grand marshal of Washington Fair parade” (10/16/85)
  21. Untitled article pertaining to to Dr. Charles Vincent (ND).
  22. “Built Up Institution: Grambling Head to Retire” (01/30/77)
  23. Pamphlet entitled “Sweet Home Baptist Church Commemorates Tangiaphoa Parish Centennial 1869-1969”.
  24. Sleeve containing various photographs (10 photographs).

 

Folder 12:

  1. “Old Copiah marriage records compiled” (03/26/04)
  2. “Girl recuperating after kidney transplant” (02/08/05)
  3. Obituary for Flavius Earl Alford (ND)-2 copies
  4. “Farmer Dies In Tractor Accident” (1955)
  5. Obituary for Marjorie “Margie” Opal Addison (02/02/2001)
  6. Obituary for Cora Addison McDaniel (01/31/2001)
  7. Photos from Kentwood NewsLedger concerning a talk held at Camp Moore.
  8. Obituary for Joseph E. “Ted” Cutrer
  9. Obituary for Edna Finch Adams (03/07/2007)
  10. Obituary for James Atherton (08/01/1998)
  11. “Enjoys…” (ND)
  12. Obituary for Sally Anglin Kemp (10/17/2001)
  13. “Alford reunion held” (08/17/1978)
  14. Letter from Robert L. Kilimko (08/02/89)
  15. Obituary for Norman Wayne Arnold (11/19/1992)
  16. “Book captures magic of artist’s animal creations” (12/08/96)
  17. “Halifax” (08/08/99)-2 pages

 

Folder 13:

  1. Obituary for Eva Day Young (05/23/91)
  2. Obituary for Eloise Joiner Jones (07/31/97)
  3. “Canadian Sources”(ND)
  4. Obituary for “James Ernest Thames III (02/26/97)
  5. Obituary for “Clara Woodall Johnston” (09/16/97)
  6. Obituary for Ione Schwartz Williams McNabb (01/02/93)
  7. Obituary for Florence J. Myers (ND)
  8. Flyer to for political candidate for Ferrie Gene Blackmon (10/05/2002)
  9. Various Notes (15 pages)
  10. Postcard displaying a “Winter Morning in the Country”
  11. “ Picture Out of Our Past” Dixie (12/04/66)
  12. Obituary for V. Fred Ledford
  13. Papers from “Dairy Day Exhibit Sept. 26th-Oct. 19th” – 5 pages
  14. Kentwood News “Local Lore, and Legend” (06/28/1979) – 7 copies
  15. “The Life of Thomas P. Hogan” (01/29/1975)
  16. Letter from Edward F. Cooke, editor of Milk Plant Monthly (12/02/45)
  17. Partial issue of the Mississippi Stockman-Farmer (10/1952)
  18. Newspaper articles concerning the Kentwood Dairy Day (06/19/75). 5 articles.
  19. “FHA workshop success” (ND)
  20. “Dairy Industry Exceeds Half Million in Simpson” The Magee Courier (06/08/1967)
  21. “Watered Milk from Magic Cans” (07/25/1965).
  22. “Pioneer Dairy Leaders” Kentwood News (05/16/1968)
  23. “Kentwood: The Town That Bossy Saved” (11/14/1954)
  24. “June is dairy month” The Daily Star (06/02/1966)
  25. “Dairy Farmer’s Day” Dixie Times-Picayne States Roto Magazine (10/12/52)
  26. “Memories of Past Ledger dairy editions” Kentwood Ledger (06/1980)
  27. “Gulf Dairy Association Organization by Dairymen” Kentwood Ledger (07/13/1972)
  28. “Dairymen Inc. Rift Settled” The Times-Picayune (07/09/1972).
  29. “Milk Strikers Lose Appeal for Bail Bond” (ND)
  30. “59 in Milk Strike to be Sentenced” (ND)
  31. “Article on Dairy” The Daily Star (06/06/69)
  32. “Dissatisfied Dairymen Form New Dairy Association” Kentwood News (07/13/1972)
  33. “Kentwood Chamber of Commerce Dairy Farm Tour” (May 18th 1956).
  34. “Annual Metting of Gulf Milk Association, Inc. Kentwood High School Kentwood, Louisiana” (10/21/1961)
  35. “Kentwood Ready for Dairy Appreciation Day” Kentwood Commercial (09/12/1952).
  36. “First Pickup Milk Tank Transport to Carry Mikl in La-Miss. Area Arrives” (12/1957)
  37. “Dairy Industry Contributes Over Ten Million Yearly to Parish Income” (11/24/1961)
  38. “Suit Seeks Recovery of $772,000. Overcharges for Area Dairymen: Gulf Milk Assn. Deductions 8c to 18c per cwt. Over 10c Given Contract.” (06/29/1962).
  39. “History of Dairy Industry in Kentwood Area Traced in Old Files” (10/21/1955).
  40. “Sorry Friend” (02/62).
  41. “600 Dairymen Turn Out to Organize Pure Milk Producers Ass’n.” (02/21/1957).
  42. “Dairy Day In Kentwood on Thursday, October 17th” (1957).
  43. “Another Foreward Step for Kentwood in Bottling the ‘Velva Brand’ Mikl by Kent Dairy Products Corp., Inc.” (07, 11, 1929).
  44. “Milk Group Land Acquisition Described by Trial Witness” (07/19/1962)
  45. “Kennon Stresses Aid to Farmers” (09/18/1952).
  46. “On the Sideline At Dairy Day” (ND)
  47. “Cow Owned by Girl, 12, Chosen Kentwood Champion.” (ND)
  48. “Farmers Hear” (ND).

 

Folder 14:

  1. National Bank 1997 Calender “Proud Moments in Tangipahoa History.”
  2. Letter from Dick and Rosemary Rope__, (05/25/83)
  3. “Eyewitness account of Civil War battles in Mississippi found” The Clarion-Ledger (10/26/1980)
  4. “The Battle of Champion Hill” Dixie (07/04/1982)
  5. “Who was Robert E. Lee?” The Clarion-Ledger (07/16/1995)
  6. “Comprehensive study of Vicksburg’s fall” Clarion-Ledger (11/16/1980)
  7. “Pity the computerless generation” (ND)
  8. “Local Lore and Legend” Kentwood News (02/20/1992)
  9. “4-H Week Proclamation” (ND)
  10. “Looking Up” Sunday Advocate (08/19/1979)
  11. “New Superintendent for St. Helena School Board” (01/11/1990)
  12. “Govenor Allen Monument” (11/1968)
  13. “The South’s Contribution to Nursing 1861-65” copy of manuscript.
  14. “The Trial of Captain Henry Wirz of Andersonville Prison” copy of manuscript.
  15. Christmas in the Old South” copy of manuscript.
  16. “ Mrs. Stonewall Jackson by Mrs. J.A. Yarbrough” copy of manuscript.
  17. “The Silent Witness” copy of manuscript.
  18. “Southern Literature for Home and Foreign Libraries”copy of manuscript
  19. “The Cherokee Story” copy of manuscript.
  20. “Confederate Museum” copy of manuscript.
  21. Miscellaneous Notes (6 pages).
  22. Letter from Evelyn Addison (11/16/1967).
  23. “Picture out of Our Past” Dixie (12/15/1963).
  24. Pamphlet for “The Mansion: Restaurant & Manna Book & Gift Shop”
  25. Flyer for Tangipahoa, Louisiana’s Bicentennial Celebration. (07/16/2006).

 

Folder 15:

  1. Notes concerning “The first schools in the Kentwood area” (4 pages).
  2. Record from the “State of Louisiana Parish of St. Helena”.
  3. “Act of Sale: James Hutchinson to Sarah Morrison Filed Jan. 6th 1846”
  4. Miscellaneous Notes (5 pages)
  5. Miscellaneous Notes (5 pages)
  6. Envelope containing various letters and financial forms.
  7. “The Mission Quilt (the bow tie pattern)” by Mrs. C.C. Bardwell copy of manuscript.
  8. Various sets of notes (13 pages).
  9. E.S. member wallet/cardholder
  10. Letter to Irene (dated Sept. 18th 1952).
  11. Letter from Jewel B. Dowling (08/26/1952)
  12. Flyer for the “100th Birthday Celebration of Louisiana Grand Chapter” (08/23/2000).
  13. “Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star Chapter Plan Joint Ceremonies” (ND)
  14. “Instal Officers of O.E.S. Chapter” (ND)
  15. “Ira Chapter, O.E.S. has Visitors” (ND)
  16. “O.E.S. Honors Masons and Wives” (ND)
  17. Letter from Velmont Richard. (ND)
  18. “O.E.S. Leader Named to High Office” (10/12/52)
  19. Miscellaneous Notes pertaining to O.E.S. membership (8 pages)
  20. Minutes from an O.E.S. meeting (4 pages).
  21. Floppy disk labeled “A.B. Morris Family December 31, 1981.”
  22. “Chesbrough teacher receives National Board Certification” (01/18/06)
  23. Newspaper Photo labeled “Cade Williams, P.M. Secretary” (ND)
  24. “Town taking bids for cemetery maintenance” (ND)
  25. “Walters” (ND)
  26. “Local players named to All District First Teams” (01/12/05)
  27. “Local Lore and Legend” (08/11/2004)
  28. “Local Lore & Legend” (09/22/2004)
  29. Newspaper photo with caption “Half the pleasures of hunting as in 1955, are anticipation, preparation, reality and memory.”
  30. “Chatting with Cathy” (ND)
  31. “Local Lore & Legend” (05/12/2004)-2 copies
  32. “Local Lore & Legend” (04/28/2004)
  33. “Local Lore & Legend” (08/04/2004)-3 copies
  34. “Local Lore & Legend” (11/03/2004)
  35. “Local Lore & Legend” (07/28/2004)
  36. “Local Lore & Legend” (05/05/2004)
  37. “Local Lore & Legend” (07/07/2004)
  38. “Life Lines” (05/27/2004)
  39. “Local Lore & Legend” (06/02/2004)-2 copies
  40. “Local Lore & Legend” (09/01/2004)
  41. “Lois Stewart to celebrate on century” (03/02/2005)
  42. “Local Lore & Legend” (03/02/2005)
  43. “Parish Council renames Multipurpose Facility” (ND)
  44. Newspaper photos captioned “Past Masters of Spring Creek Lodge #184” (08/11/2004)
  45. “Citizens Finance, serving Kentwood for over 45 years” (06/02/2004)
  46. “Pizza Shack celebrates 21 years in Kentwood” (06/02/2004)
  47. “Garden Club completes season” (ND)
  48. “Memorial Day service held at Kentwood cemetery” (06/02/2004)-3 copies
  49. “Britney fan arrested twice for trespassing” (05/05/2004)
  50. “ ‘Salute Our Troops’ ceremony held at Welcome Center: Center, City Hall collect items for troops throughout month of May” (05/19/2004)
  51. “The Pen and Sword” (08/24/2005)- 2 copies
  52. “Community Gardenettes report on recent meetings” (ND)
  53. Newspaper photo captioned “Cathy Chapman” (11/24/2004)
  54. Newspaper photo from Kentwood News Ledger captioned “Twins Turn Seven!”-2 copies.
  55. Newspaper photo captioned “Gary Dean McDaniel III” (ND)
  56. “Neighbors writers gather to share stories, chocolate” (11/14/2004).
  57. “A Touch of Spice” The Magee Courier/Simpson County News(08/05/2004).
  58. “Magee First Baptist Church group takes October trip north” (11/11/2004).
  59. Newspaper Photo dated (11/11/2004).
  60. “A Touch of Spice” (11/04/2004).
  61. “A Touch of Spice” (09/02/2004).
  62. “A Touch of Spice” (10/07/2004).
  63. “History of Edna-Part Four” (07/15/2004).
  64. “Attention High School Graduates” (ND).
  65. “Life Lines” (07/15/2004).

 

Folder 16:

  1. Untitled article concerning the Louisiana Arts and Science Center
  2. “Carnival lures expatriate home” (01/29/1989).
  3. “La. Woos Travel Writers” (09/15/1989)
  4. “Area Residents Daughter Cited” (03/25/1979).
  5. “Mary Kay top seller” (08/28/1984).
  6. “Soviet professionals to visit Baton Rouge” (ND)
  7. “Ann K. Hartman publishes book” (01/1955).
  8. “A Century in the Forest” (12/31/53)
  9. “Ancestors”(ND)
  10. “Be Popular at Parties” (1937).
  11. “Road and Bridge Construction” (02/04/2004)
  12. “Alisha Faye Hinton to wed Landon Michael Estay on June 10, 2006”
  13. “Chesbrough teacher receives National Board Certification” (01/18/2006)
  14. Obituary for Margaret W. Smith.
  15. “Chatting with Cathy” (01/30/2002)
  16. Obituary for Sally Schaack McDonald
  17. “Letters to the Editor” (04/89)
  18. “Garden Club holds January meeting” (02/05/03)
  19. “N.O. festival to feature Japanese culture society” (09/30/89)
  20. “Japan Week ’89 in New Orleans will be extravagant cultural celebration” (10/01/1989)
  21. “Club’s traditional luncheon takes on international flavor” (02/02/1989)
  22. Ad for the New Orleans Centre “Japan Week” 1989.
  23. “Seals, Alford exchange vows” (09/09/2004)
  24. “Well Attended by People from Miss. And Louisiana” (ND)
  25. “Over 3,500 Attend Dairy Day Celebration” Kentwood Commercial (09/19/1952).
  26. “Farmers Hear Kennon, White” (ND)
  27. “ ‘Strike War’ Aftermath” Times-Picayune (12/03/1947).
  28. “32 in Milk Tie-up Violence Appeal” (12/16/47)
  29. “Gubernatiorial Race” (12/06/47)
  30. “Federal Order October Prices Increase” GMA News: Gulf Milk Association (10/15/1960).
  31. Various pages of notes. (3 pages).
  32. Issue of Hoard’s Dairyman, Vol. 15, No. 47 (01/23/1885)
  33. Issue of the Kentwood News, Vol. 16, No. 26 (06/15/1967).

 

Folder 17:

  1. Letter from Mary Bateman postmarked 04/28/1981.
  2. “Restaurant to open” Kentwood News (ND)- 2 copies.
  3. “Homewood is a fine dining experience” Kentwood News (ND).
  4. “World War I Veterans Remember” Strawberries & Cream (11/07/1984)
  5. Photograph of a man driving a mule-drawn wagon with passengers, written on back “Wesley Hyde and Company” (ND).
  6. “Designated: Tangipahoa official bicentennial community” (01/08/1976)
  7. “Village of Tangipahoa receives $3,000” (02/25/2004)
  8. “Project in Tangipahoa” (01/14/1982)
  9. Newspaper photograph with caption “Grand Marshals for the Village of Tangipahoa’s Christmas Parade” (ND)
  10. “Small Village of Tangipahoa has lots to offer to area residents” News-Ledger (ND)
  11. Newspaper photographs with caption “Elaine and C.J. Fultz pose in front of old school in the Village of Tangipahoa” Kentwood News-Ledger (12/03/2003)
  12. “The start of a new term” (01/05/2005)
  13. “Focusing on health for the holidays” Kentwood News-Ledger (12/08/2004)
  14. “Fultz seeking fourth term as Mayor of Tangipahoa” Kentwood News-Ledger (09/08/2004).
  15. “Village receives bountiful gift from sister city”(04/05/2006)
  16. “Village of Tangipahoa honors memory of long-time superintendent” Kentwood News-Ledger (10/27/2004).
  17. Letter envelope postmarked 1991 containing various a handwritten letter, newspaper article concerning Judith S. Solberg, and obituary for Judith S. Solberg.
  18. Negative Photocopy of official document concerning “Perter Mersalis of Amite County” dated 1820?.
  19. Newspaper photo captioned “Tangipahoa Cemetery” (11/22/1995)
  20. “Tangipahoa Cemetery Association meets” (06/09/1993) -2 copies
  21. “Tangipahoa Cemetery Assn. makes improvements at cemetery” (06/10/1993)
  22. Photo of headstone with an attached copy of photo of an older woman standing outside wooden house.

 

Folder 18:

  1. Newspaperphoto captioned “hardworking volunteers at the Kentwood Senior Citizens Center” (03/27/1986).
  2. Obituary for Nora Lee Walker (08/29/1983)
  3. Obituary for Altha Lee Coleman Williams (06/22/1992)
  4. “Miss Yolanda Williams becomes the bride of Mr. Robert Dillon” (08/30/1990)
  5. Program for the “Dedicatory Service for the New Edifice of the Mount Olive Baptist Church” at Mt. Hermon, Louisiana. (09/24/1967).
  6. Booklet of the “Minutes of the Amite River Colored Baptist Association: Twenty Second Annual Session.” (10/15-17/1910).
  7. “Aunt Susie Tells of History: From Slavery to the 1950’s” The Kentwood Ledger (10/16/1975)
  8. “Local Lore and Legend” Kentwood News (01/17/1980).
  9. Article entitled “Shlondra Amacker” (06/06/1991).
  10. “Segregation panel put spies in black party” (08/07/1989)
  11. Obituary for Olivia Bates Perkins.
  12. “Hallelujah time occasion” (11/02/1978)
  13. “Men’s Day considered a successful one” (04/12/1979)
  14. “Men’s and Women’s Day goes over with a bang” The Kentwood Ledger (10/05/1978).
  15. Obituary of Velma A. Simmons (01/22/1998).
  16. “Deaths in Our Community” Kentwood News-Ledger (08/12/1993).
  17. Obituary for Beulah Addison (01/20/1997)
  18. “Xavier Post to Dr. Gupta” (1975).
  19. Obituary for Rev. John Henry Smith Sr. (02/04/1989)
  20. Photographs of various members of the African American community including Connie Cook,Amos Addison, Doris Atkins, the Kentwood young authors contest of 1988, Della Stuckland, Kentwood Highschool Homecoming Court of 1987, Queen Brumfeld, (16 items)

 

Folder 19:

  1. Obituary for Lawrence Gordon (08/17/1975)
  2. Obituary for Hurley Gordon (04/10/1984)
  3. “Funeral Notice” for Lawrence Gordon (08/21/1975)
  4. Obituary for Adm Gordon Jr. (10/06/1978)
  5. “Irma Gordon Candidate for Alderman” (08/25/1994)
  6. “Town Talk: Retirees continue to serve” (11/20/1994)
  7. Obituary for Thelma Gaines (04/12/1988)
  8. Obituary for Hurley Gordon (04/10/1984)
  9. Obituary for Neoma aka Green (02/16/1993)
  10. Obituary for Jermaine Gibson (12/11/1994)-2 copies
  11. Obituary for Thelma Pool Gordon (01/30/1989)
  12. Obituary for Millie Gayton (03/31/1993)-2 copies
  13. Obituary for Joyce F. Vincent (ND)
  14. Letter to Irene from the Richard W. Norton Memorial Library, dated 08/29/1975.
  15. Obsequies for William Bill Robertson (06/15/1985)
  16. Letter containing the obituary for Winnie H. Robertson (08/15/1993)
  17. “Grandchildren are pride and joy” (ND)
  18. Obituary for Rev. H.M. Rankin (01/18/1988)
  19. Obituary for Bro. Fred Gibson (05/05/1981)
  20. “Funeral services held for Fred Gibson” (05/05/1981)
  21. Obituary for Hurley Gordon (04/10/1984)
  22. Obituary for Marie Hookfin Gordon (11/21/1992)
  23. Obituary for Hurley Gordon (04/10/1984)
  24. “Miss Pool, Mr. Gordon to pledge vows” (03/27/1980)
  25. “Mrs. Annie Gordon retires” (1976)
  26. “Mrs. Annie V. Gordon honored” The Kentwood Ledger (08/37/1989)
  27. “Kentwood Household of Ruth #1619” Kentwood News (12/17/1987)
  28. Obituary for George Gordon (08/26/1989)
  29. “Gordon Family celebrates” (01/30/1992)- 2 copies
  30. “Pfc. Jackson completes training” (ND)
  31. Obituary for Floveal Leonard Jr. (06/29/1983)
  32. “Hoofkin Family gathers” (07/21/1983)
  33. Obituary for Sherry Ann Hackett (11/05/1992)
  34. Obituary for Percy Kinzy (10/06/1992)
  35. Obituary for Clifton Hudson (07/20/1990)
  36. Obituary for Edward Lee Hookfin (05/20/1994)
  37. Myrtis Hall (12/20/90)
  38. Various obituaries from local Kentwood community ranging from 1975-2004. (33 items)
  39. Obituary for Dorthy D Harris (02/17/1993)
  40. “Kentwood Doinates All-District Selections” Kentwood News (12/25/1986)
  41. “Football Awards” (04/05/1984)
  42. “Small community:Residents talk about pst to tourists” Sunday Advocate (06/01/1986).
  43. “Rites tomorrow for Emile Knox” (ND)
  44. “Funeral rites for Joes will be at Grambling (04/11/1982)
  45. “This is Your Day Service to be held June 9 for Helen Hookfin Imes” (ND)
  46. “State observance honors local man” (02/27/1986)
  47. “Fred Jenkins’ Services Set” McComb Enterprise-Journal (10/06/1978)
  48. “Gustina Joiner first lady to make grass sacks” (09/28/1995).
  49. “Always looked for Bright Side” (05/1975)
  50. “Lady celebrates century-plus” (02/08/1979)-2 copies
  51. “Mrs. Imes wins certification to teach” (05/03/1984)
  52. “Hookfin, Womack, Burton, Thomas, Taylor, Montgomery reunion August 29th” (ND)
  53. “KHS Graduation exercises held” (06/02/1988)
  54. “Good teachers never die; they just lose their classes” (ND)
  55. “Rites held for Lonnie Hookfin, Jr. (06/29/1981)
  56. “Grandmother and grandson enjoy vacation in Europe” Kentwood Ledger (09/30/1982)
  57. “Baton Rouge: Baker man named BREC chief” (ND)
  58. “Scholarship”(ND)
  59. “Collis B. Temple seeks post as state senator” The News-Digest (08/09/1979)
  60. “Notice To Public” Kentwood News-Ledger (02/17/1994)
  61. “Collis B. Temple inducted into LABC Hall of Fame” (ND)
  62. “Ladies of Sidah meet” (05/08/1996)
  63. “Scholarship fund gives youngsters ‘trapped at the bottom’ a chance” (07/23/1984)
  64. “Educator Collis Temple dies” Sunday Advocate (06/09/1996)
  65. “I remember ‘Nat’” with attached obituary for Nathaniel Thomas (06/04/1981)
  66. “Apartment complex begun” (02/10/1982)
  67. “Funeral services set for Baptist minister” (ND)
  68. “BESE Appoints Prinical Ann Smith To Serve On State Advisory Council” (10/13/1994)
  69. “Mrs. Anna Smith Honored with Surprise Birthday Dinner” (10/13/1994)
  70. “Harold and Ann Smith have Hawaiian honeymoon” Kentwood Ledger (02/10/1993)-2 copies,
  71. Newspaper photo captioned “Marceo Brim” (06/11/1997)
  72. “Harrell, Cook Chosen Co-Grand Marshals of Christmas Parade” (10/26/1996)
  73. “The 1997 Kentwood High School Homecoming Court” Kentwood News-Ledger (10/29/1997)- 2 copies.
  74. “ Kentwood resident dies on October 23 at home” (ND)
  75. “At Sumner High: Richardson named new principal” (05/28/1981)
  76. “Lauren Pursley visits museum group” (11/08/1995)
  77. “Smith falls from heart attack” (12/09/1997)
  78. “Quinn’s Chapel to dedicate new church” (01/24/1996)
  79. “Keynote speaker” The News-Digest (03/26/1981)
  80. “Quin Chapel Woman’s Day Extravaganza” (1996)- 2 copies
  81. Newspaper photo captioned “Quinn Chapel to Host Pastor’s 5th Year Anniversary” The Independent (11/01/1995)-2copies
  82. “Joseph Parker to represent state in Washington D.C.” (07/03/1996)
  83. Newspaper photo depicting Carrie Pugh (ND)
  84. Newspaper photo captioned “Happy birthday! (04/08/1992)
  85. ‘My main concern is in helping others’(ND)
  86. “Donna Pounds to wed Eric Dunn”(07/27/1995)
  87. “School officials report no lack of textbooks” (09/1984)
  88. “Nevels announces candidacy as Village of Tanipahoa Mayor” (08/08/2008)
  89. “Mighty Marsalis family (04/08/1984)
  90. “Deputy’s murder still haunts widow, partner” (11/12/1989)
  91. “Murder” Sunday Advocate (11/12/1989)
  92. Front page of Kentwood News (08/28/1980)
  93. “Foundation commends 8 for various contributions”(ND)
  94. “Macedonia No. 38, OES to hold picnic” (ND)
  95. “Under Old Glory” (02/1981)
  96. “Morris Assigned” (05/07/1980)
  97. “Margaret Morris retires after 25 years of teaching at Chesbrough” (06/29/1995)
  98. “Kentwood Spotlight: “It’s a Privilege to guide young people through the journey of childhood”(ND)
  99. “Amite may house replica of underground railroad” (01/08/1997)
  100. “Mr. and Mrs. James Morris” Kentwood Ledger (08/21/1980)- 2copies
  101. “Moore: Natural gas demand to skyrocket: Sees ‘good times’ for state oil and gas industry” (11/12/1989).
  102. “Lucille Pledger hosts Martha Sunday school class meeting” Kentwood News-Ledger (05/05/1999).
  103. “State police officer reassigned” (08/03/1983)
  104. “Italian origins are mapped: 44 Bogalusa families came from 30-mile radius in Sicily” Sunday News (03/16/1980)
  105. Various photos depicting Marelyen Pool, Geneva McKinley Dees,James & Dora Morris, Rev. Harrison Putnam. – 4 items.

 

Box 22: Programs and Minutes of:

State Line Baptist Association 80th Annual Session – October 15-17, 1910

Judson Baptist Association 65th Annual Meeting – October 11 & 12 and 14 & 15, 1954

18th Annual Session of the Washington Parish Baptist Association – October 18 & 19, 1911

New Orleans Baptist Association 5th Annual Session – October 23 – 25, 1929

40th Anniversary Shreve City Baptist Church 1949 – 1989

3rd Annual Session of the St. Tammany Baptist Association – October 8 & 9, 1927

Young People’s Quarterly – October, November, and December 1987

Bethel Baptist Association – 44th annual session September 19-21, 1931; 46th annual session September 16-18, 1933; 47th annual session September 15-17, 1934 

Amite River Baptist Association – 10th annual session September 20-22, 1919; 12th annual session September 17-19, 1921; 21st annual session October 2&3, 1930; 33rd annual session October 1 & 2, 1943; 34th annual session October 6 & 7, 1944; 54th annual session October 11 & 12, 1964

Sabine Baptist Association – 24th annual session October 14, 1871; 56th annual session October 15-17, 1903; 60th annual session October 17 & 18, 1907; 64th annual session October 11-13, 1911;

Franklin Baptist Association – 31st annual session October 13th, 1950 (2 copies); 33rd annual session October 9 & 10, 1952

Louisiana Baptist Association – 95th annual session November 27-29, 1914; 110th annual session October 2 & 3, 1928

Orleans-St. Tammany Baptist Association – 1st annual session September 1-3, 1914; 5th annual session September 3 & 4, 1918; 7th annual session September 7 & 8, 1920

Union Baptist Association – 5th annual session October 22-24, 1898; 8th annual session October 26, 1901; 9th annual session October 22-24, 1902; 12th annual session November 22-24, 1905

Eastern Louisiana Association – 67th annual session October 16, 1909; 70th annual session October 19, 1912; 81st annual session October 12-14, 1923; 170th annual session October 6 & 7, 1949

Pike County Baptist Association – 1st annual session September 28 & 29, 1921; 2nd annual session September 27 & 28, 1922; 3rd annual session October 3 & 4, 1923; 5th annual session October 7 & 8, 1925; 7th annual session October 5 & 6, 1927;8th annual session October 3&4, 1928; 26th annual session October 17 & 18, 1946; 29th annual session October 20 & 21, 1949; 30th annual session October 19 & 20, 1950; 31st annual session October 25 & 26, 1951; 32nd annual session October 23 & 24, 1952; 33rd annual session October 22 & 23, 1953

Louisiana State Association – 4th annual session November 7 & 8, 1928; 5th annual session November 6 & 7, 1929; 6th annual November 4-5, 1930; 11th annual session November 5-7, 1935;  12th annual session November 3-5, 1936; 13th annual session November 9-11, 1937; 14th annual session November 8-10, 1938; 15th annual session November 7-9, 1939; 16th annual session November 12-14, 1940; 17th annual session November 11-13, 1941; 18th annual session November 10-12, 1942; 19th annual session November 16-18, 1943; 22nd annual session November 12 & 13, 1946; 23rd annual session November 11 & 12, 1947; 25th annual session November 15&16, 1949; 26th annual session November 14 & 15, 1950; 26th annual session November 13 & 14, 1951; 28th annual session November 11 & 12, 1952; 35th annual session November 10 & 11, 1959

Boguechitto Baptist Association – 3rd anniversary October 26-28, 1872; 4th anniversary October 25-27, 1873 (2 copies); October 3, 1874; October 2, 1875 (2 copies); September 30-October 2, 1876; 10th annual session November 1, 1879; 11th annual session October 2, 1880; 12th annual session October 1, 1881 (2 copies); 15th annual session September 10, 1884; 25th annual session September 22-24, 1904; 29th annual session September 24-26, 1898; 36th annual session October 19-21, 1905; 37th annual session October 26-28, 1906; 38th annual session October 23-25, 1907; 40th annual session October 21-23, 1909; 41st annual session October 20-22, 1910; 42nd annual session September 27-29, 1911; 43rd annual session October 30-November 1, 1912; 44th annual session September 24-26, 1913; 46th annual session, September 22-24, 1915; 47th annual session October 18-20, 1916; 51st annual session September 22-23, 1920.

Mississippi River Baptist Association – 41st annual session October 2-5, 1886; 55th annual session November 19-21, 1898; 56th annual session November 4-6, 1899;65th annual session October 3-5, 1908

Pearl River Baptist Association – 8th annual session September 27-29, 1879; 13th annual session September 27-29, 1884; 60th annual session October 3-5, 1931; 62nd annual session September 30-October 2, 1933; 63rd annual session October 6-8, 1934; 64th annual session October 5-7, 1935; 68th annual session September 30-October 2, 1939; 74th annual session October 6-8, 1945; 65th annual session October 5-7, 1946; 76th annual session October 4-6, 1947; 77th annual session October 2-4, 1948; 78th annual session October 1-3, 1949; 79th annual session September 30-October 2, 1950; 81st annual session October 4-6, 1952; 82nd annual session October 3-5, 1953; 85th annual session October 6-8, 1956; 86th annual session October 5-7, 1958; 88th annual session October 3-5, 1959

Two Rivers Baptist Association Louisiana annuals – 1980 (2 copies), 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985 (2 copies), 1988.

Woman’s Missionary Union – 19th anniversary November 20-22, 1917; 56th annual session April 3-5, 1956 (2 copies); 57th annual session April 2-4, 1957; Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering September 24-28, 1956; Centennial Celebration 1888-1988 program; booklet of the WMU of Tangipahoa 1914-1964; WMU Yearbook 1955-56 (2 copies); Supplement to yearbook October 1956-September 1957

Magee’s Creek Baptist Association – letter of donation to Irene Morris from Annie Booty Husser; 4th annual session October 13-15, 1883; 5th annual session October 11-13, 1884; 7th annual session October 9-11, 1886; Minutes of October 13-15, 1888;  9th annual session October 12-14, 1889; 10th annual session October 11-13, 1890;  14th annual session October 13-15, 1894; 15th annual session October 12-14, 1895; 16th annual session October 10-12, 1896; 17th annual session, October 9-11, 1897; 18th annual session October 8-10, 1898; 19th annual session October 7-9, 1899; 21st annual session October 12-14, 1901; 22nd annual session October 11-13, 1902; 23rd annual session October 10-12, 1903 (2 copies); 24th annual session October 8-10, 1904; 25th annual session November 25-27, 1905; 26th annual session October 13-15, 1906 (2 copies); 27th annual session October 12-14, 1907; 29th annual session October 9-11, 1909; 30th annual session October 8-10, 1910; 31st annual session October 7-9, 1911; 33rd annual session October 10-13, 1913; 34th annual session October 10-12, 1914; 35th annual session October 9-11, 1915; 36th annual session October 7-9, 1916; 37th annual session October 13-15, 1917; 37th annual session October 13-15, 1917; 38th annual session November 24&25, 1918; 39th annual session October 11-13, 1919; 40th annual session October 9-11, 1920; 41st annual session October 8-10, 1921 (2 copies); 42nd annual session October 7, 1922 (2 copies); 43rd annual session October 13, 1923; 44th annual session October 11, 1924; 45th annual session October 10, 1925; 46th annual session October 9-11, 1926;47th annual session September 1927; 48th annual session October 13-15, 1928; 49th annual session October 12-14, 1929 (3 copies); 50th annual session October 12-13, 1930; 51st annual session October 10-12, 1931; 52nd annual session October 8-10, 1932 (2 copies); 53rd annual session October 7-9, 1933; 54th annual session October 12-14, 1934 (2 copies); 55th annual session October 12-14, 1935 (2 copies); 56th annual session October 9-11, 1936 (2 copies); 57th annual session October 9-11, 1937; 58th annual session October 8-10, 1938 (2 copies); 59th annual session October 7-9, 1939 (2 copies); 60th annual session October 11-12, 1940 (2 copies); 61st annual session October 10-11, 1941; 62nd annual session October 9-10, 1942; 63rd annual session October 8-9, 1943; 64th annual session October 6-7, 1944; 68th annual session October 8-9, 1948.

Tangipahoa Parish Baptist Association – 1st annual session January 4, 1905; 7th annual session November 4-6, 1910; 8th annual session November 1-2, 1911; 11th annual session August 21-22, 1914 (2 copies); 12th annual session September 15-16, 1915; 16th annual session September 17-18, 1919; 20th annual session September 14-16, 1923; 25th annual session October 25-26, 1928; 35th annual session October 4-5, 1938; 39th annual session October 6-7, 1943; 41st session October 3, 1944; 42nd annual session October 9, 1945 (2 copies); 43rd annual session October 8, 1946; 46th annual session October 5, 1949; 47th annual session October 3, 1950 (2 copies); 48th annual session October 9, 1951 (2 copies); 49th annual session October 7, 1952 (2 copies); 50th annual session October 6, 1953 (2 copies); 51st annual session 1954 (2 copies); 52nd annual session October 11, 1955 (2 copies); 53rd annual session October 16, 1956 (2 copies); 54th annual session October 15, 1957 (2 copies); 55th annual session October 14, 1958 (2 copies); 56th annual session October 12-13, 1959 (2 copies); 57th annual session October 10-11, 1960 (2 copies); 58th annual session October 9-10, 1961 (2 copies); 59th annual session October 8-9, 1962 (3 copies); 60th annual session October 14-15, 1963 (2 copies); 61st annual session October 12-13, 1964 (2 copies); 62nd annual session October 11-12, 1965 (2 copies); 63rd annual session October 17-18, 1966 (2 copies); 64th annual session October 16-17, 1967 (2 copies); 65th annual session October 14-15, 1968; 66th annual session October13-14, 1969 (2 copies); 67th annual session October 12-13, 1970 (2 copies); 68th annual session October 11-12, 1971 (2 copies); 69th annual session October 9-10, 1972 (2 copies); 3rd bi-annual and 74th annual session April 4 & October 10, 1977.

 

Newspaper: Baptist Message, Vol. 104, No. 26

Newspaper: Baptist Message, Vol. 108

No. 7

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Section of Baptist Message pgs. 5-12, November 23, 1989

Newspaper: Louisiana Baptist Message Vol. 107, No. 24

Newspaper: Louisiana Baptist Message Vol. 108, No. 3, 5, & 7

Newspaper clipping from Dixie,  May 20, 1973, pgs. 9-12 and two additional pages without numbering; May 27, 1973 without numbering

Paper fan with a picture of Jesus Christ from Traub’s bookstore for 25 cents

Large envelope containing:

  • The Gazette: A Newsletter of the National Association of Baptist Senior Adults, July 1987
  • Flyer for books titled “Senior Adults!”
  • “Broadman Resources for Senior Adults and Their Leaders” 2 copies
  • “Church Study Course Catalog 1987-88”

Plastic Envelope containing:

  • Various handwritten notes
  • Addresses cut from envelopes
  • “History is for Everybody” pamphlet
  • “Is Your History Lost” by Dr. Norman W. Cox
  • Various newspaper clippings regarding religious topics
  • Copy of the 15th annual session of the Tangipahoa Parish Baptist Association September 11-12, 1918
  • The Historical Commission Newsletter, Vol IX, No. 1
  • Large envelope addressed to Irene Morris
  • Letters from The American Baptist Historical Society to Irene Morris: July 5, 1966 – October 19, 1966
  • Letter from Arnall Richardson to Rev. Landrum Salley June 20, 1966
  • Letter from Edward C. Starr regarding minutes for the Tangipahoa Parish Association

 Various bible tracts (138)

 

Folder 1:

  1. Various O.E.S. Papers.

Folder 2:

  1. E.S. Programs from 1951-1979.

Folder 3

  1. E.S. Programs from 1982-1996.

 

Folder 4

  1. Enterprise-Journal, May 15, 1975
  2. The Baptist Record, November 28, 1963
  3. Baptist Message, October 10, 1929
  4. The Baptist Message, November 25, 1948
  5. Baptist Message, April 18, 1968
  6. Harper Bibles church catalogue
  7. An Historical Brochure, July 18, 1888; November 18, 1926; November 14, 1956
  8. Report of Committee on Baptist Faith and Message, 1962 session of Southern Baptist Convention
  9. Pages 11 and 12 of The Baptist Program, June-July, 1954
  10. Letter from J.L. Boyd of Mississippi Baptist Historical Society
  11. Collection of sermons by Bruce Evans (5)
  12. “What Real Friendship Is” sermon by unknown
  13. Bible Track: Am I An Integrationist?
  14. “Social Action and The Church” sermon by Dr. J. Frank Schulman
  15. “Mental Health in the Home” sermon by Rev. Alfred B. McNair
  16. Saint Paul Presbyterian Church program: October 21 and 28, 1979
  17. The Historical Commission: May 1963; May 1967; August 1967; November 1967; May 1968; August 1968; November 1968; May 1969; August 1969; November 1969
  18. Baptist Message November 26, 1964
  19. “Are There Any Principles?” by Carl F. H. Henry, August 1964
  20. Newspaper clipping “History of Baptists” by J. L. Boyd

 

Folder 5

  1. “Tides and Times” newsletter of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society: April 11, 1987; April 14, 1984; April 12, 1986; April 9, 1988; April 8, 1989
  2. Letter to Irene Morris from Mrs. Lee E. Patrick 12/07/1990
  3. “Times and Tides” program for Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, April 13, 1991
  4. Letter to Irene Morris from Barbara Strickland 02/21/1991
  5. “The Cuban Papers Project: an overview by Paul E. Hoffman, LSU”
  6. Newspaper clipping: Genealogical Institute Slated”
  7. Program for Quarterly Meeting of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, 11/14/1981; 01/09/1982; 09/13/80
  8. Find Your Family Roots pamphlet
  9. Annual meeting of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society: letter of purpose, financial report (01/10/1981-04/11/1981), and list of elected officials: 04/11/1981
  10. Financial report for the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society 04/12/81-09/12/81
  11. Elected and Appointed officers and trustees for the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society 1980-1981; 04/11/1981
  12. Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. Career Service Awards Program 1980
  13. Minutes: Louisiana Civil Service League Annual Meeting and Election of Officers: 11/30/1979
  14. Newspaper clipping: “2 from Baton Rouge win Dunbar awards”
  15. Postcard to Irene Morris from Jane Erickson
  16. LSU Magazine Fall 1994, Vol. 70, No. 3
  17. Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society Charter

 

Folder 6

  1. Louisiana Genealogical Register:
    1. XIV, No. 4, December 1967
    2. XIV, No. 2, June 1967
    3. XIV, No. 3, September 1967
    4. XV, No. 1, March 1968
    5. XIII, No. 1, March 1966
    6. XIII, No. 2, June 1966
    7. XIII, No. 4, December 1966
    8. XIV, No. 1, March 1967
  2. Bulletin of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society
    1. 1, No. 1, February 1954
    2. 1, No. 2, April 1954
    3. 1, No. 3, June 1954
    4. 1, No. 4, August 1954
    5. 1, No. 5, October 1954
    6. 1, No. 6, December 1954
  3. Directory of Louisiana Genealogists and Others Engaged in Louisiana Research
    1. 1960 edition (2)
    2. 1962 edition
    3. 1968 edition (2)
  4. Genealogical Register
    1. IX, No. 2, June 1962
    2. IX, No. 4, December 1962
    3. X, No. 2, June 1963
    4. X, No. 3, September 1963
    5. X, No. 4, December 1963
    6. XI, No. 1, March 1964
    7. XI, No. 2, June 1964
    8. XI, No. 3, September 1964
    9. XI, No. 4, December 1964
    10. XII, No. 1, March 1965
    11. XII, No. 2, June 1965
    12. XII, No. 3, September 1965
    13. XII, No. 4, December 1965

 

Folder 7

  1. Genealogical Register
    1. II, No. 1, February 1955
    2. II, No. 2, April 1955
    3. II, No. 3, June 1955
    4. II, No. 4, August 1955
    5. II, No. 5, October 1955
    6. II, No. 6, December 1955
    7. III, No. 1, February 1956
    8. III, No. 2, April 1956
    9. III, No. 3, June 1956
    10. III, No. 4, August 1956
    11. III, No. 5, October 1956
    12. III, No. 6, December 1956
    13. IV, No. 1, February 1957
    14. IV, No. 2, April 1957
    15. IV, No. 3, June 1957
    16. IV, No. 4, August 1957
    17. IV, No. 5, October 1957
    18. IV, No. 6, December 1957
    19. V, No. 1, February 1958
    20. V, No. 2, April 1958
    21. V, No. 3, June 1958
    22. V, No. 4, August 1958
    23. V, No. 5, October 1958
    24. V, No. 6, December 1958
    25. VI, No. 1, February 1959
    26. VI, No. 2, April 1959
    27. VI, No. 3, June 1959
    28. VI, No. 4, August 1959
    29. VI, No. 5, October 1959
    30. VI, No. 6, December 1959
    31. VII, No. 1, March 1960
    32. VII, No. 2, June 1960
    33. VII, No. 3, September 1960
    34. VII, No. 4, December 1960
    35. VIII, No. 1, March 1961
    36. VIII, No. 2, June 1961
    37. VIII, No. 3, September 1961
    38. VIII, No. 4, December 1961
    39. IX, No. 1, March 1962
    40. IX, No. 2, June 1962
    41. IX, No. 3, September 1962
    42. IX, No. 4, December 1962
    43. X, No. 1, March 1963
    44. X, No. 2, June 1963
    45. X, No. 3, September 1963
    46. X, No. 4, December 1963

 

Folder 8

  1. Genealogical Register
    1. XI, No. 1, March 1964
    2. XI, No. 2, June 1964
    3. XI, No. 3, September 1964
    4. XI, No. 4, December 1964
    5. XII, No. 1, March 1965
    6. XII, No. 2, June 1965
    7. XII, No. 3, September 1965
    8. XII, No. 4, December 1965

 

Folder 9

  1. The Genealogical Helper Vol. 5, No. 4
  2. The Genealogical Helper Vol. 6, No. 3
  3. The Genealogical Helper Vol. 7, No. 3
  4. The Genealogical Helper Vol. 10, No. 3
  5. The Genealogical Helper Vol. 8, No. 3
  6. The Genealogical Helper Vol. 7, No. 1

 

Folder 10

  1. The University of South Alabama – Genealogical Research in the South: Disciplines and Directions
  2. Texas State Genealogical Society Quarterly September 1967
  3. Library Catalogue of The Institute of American Genealogy
  4. The Institute of American Genealogy brochure
  5. “Some Suggestions for the Beginning Genealogist” typed outline (6)
  6. Guide to Resource Material compiled by Central Louisiana Genealogical Society
  7. Family Puzzlers
  8. A Catalogue of Books on Genealogy, Local History, and Heraldry list A-6(3 copies)
  9. Genealogy and Local History, Summer 1976
  10. Newspaper Genealogy Columns: A preliminary checklist compiled by Anita Cheek Milner
  11. Twelfth Annual Genealogical Institute of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society program on 04/12/69
  12. Southern Historical Press list of books
  13. The Handy Book for Genealogists by Walter M. Everton, 1949
  14. Basic Reference Books on Genealogy, Heraldry, and Local History list A-12

 

Folder 11

  1. State of Georgia Office of Secretary of State Department of Archives and History Visitors Guide
  2. Letter: to Irene Morris from Les J. Fahy with attached Southern California Genealogical Society Yearbook 1966
  3. The Library of Congress General Reference and Bibliography Division: Guides to Genealogical Research with attached family tree information on: Gervase James Patterson Barger, Willie Kirby Whitaker, Charles Platt, and William Nicholas Van Koughnet.
  4. Attendance list for Genealogical Institute: January 10-11, 1958 and January 8-9, 1960
  5. Index of Surnames Appearing in the Genealogical Column, March 1965
  6. Genealogical Research Materials at the Louisiana State University
  7. Louisiana State University Library: Inventory of Genealogical Materials: Bibliographies and Indexes, Registers, Periodicals, Collective Genealogies, and Family Genealogies. (no date and 01/01/1958)
  8. Third Annual Genealogical Institute Saturday, January 9, 1960
  9. A Short Bibliography of Louisiana History 1815-1960

 

Folder 12

  1. Biblical Tracks (8)
  2. First Baptist Church, Kentwood, LA Treasurer’s Report July 1993, August 1985
  3. “Together We Build” August 1985 – accounting information
  4. The First Baptist Mid-Week Messenger (4)
  5. Policies Regarding Use of Church Facilities and Properties and Disposition of Church Property.
  6. We Need More Space October 15, 1984
  7. “Welcome to First Baptist Church”
  8. Building Committee Presentation Plans and Proposal: 08/12/1984 (2)
  9. “Together We Build” First Baptist Church, Kentwood, LA
  10. Class Rosters
  11. 1983 – 1984 Church Leadership and Directory, October 1983

 

Folder 13

  1. Letter to J. Polk Morris from First Baptist Church Kentwood, LA July 9, 1985
  2. First Baptist Church Program 03/24/1968, 08/18/1968
  3. Letter from Brother Del Morgan to congregation with attached treasury report and newsletter 03/01/1989
  4. The Baptist Message 79, No. 46 11/22/1962
  5. The Baptist Message 65, No. 46 11/18/1948
  6. The Baptist Message 73, No. 38 09/27/1956
  7. The Baptist Message 74, Special Edition, 07/02/1957
  8. The Baptist Message Sesquicentennial Edition – No. 1 – Moon Bluff Church organized 10/12/1812
  9. The Baptist Message Sesquicentennial Issue No. 4 – Featuring the 1900-1925 Era
  10. The Baptist Message Sesquicentennial Issue No. 3 – Featuring the 1848-1900 Era
  11. The Church and the Kingdom article from Baptist Record 1961 Doctrinal Series

 

Box 23

Folder 1

Various road maps, brochures, restaurant menus, and informational pamphlets for Louisiana (37)

 

Folder 2

Additional road maps, brochures, restaurant menus, newspaper clippings, and informational pamphlets for Louisiana (55)

 

Folder 3

Additional road maps, brochures, restaurant menus, and informational pamphlets for Louisiana (34)

 

Folder 4

  1. Brochures from various locations in New Orleans, LA (18)
  2. Brochure of Tangipahoa Parish (1)
  3. Asphodel Enterprise Newsletter Spring 1967
  4. Old State Capital Dedicated as a Memorial to Veterans of WWII
  5. In Memorial of Brother Henry A. Williams, Grand Chapter of Louisiana, Order of the Eastern Star

 

Folder 5

  1. Newspaper article- “Herman B. Deutsch”
  2. Newspaper article- “Pie Dufour’s A La Mode: Deutsch Was Man for All Seasons”, July 15, 1970
  3. Newspaper article- “Historic N.O. Collection Public Opening is Today”, May 20, 1970
  4. Brochure-See and Savor the Bayou Wonderland of Louisiana
  5. Booklet-Louisiana Department of Revenue Reports for the Fiscel Year of 1949-1950
  6. Magazine article about Louisiana parks
  7. Magazine articles about New Orleans (4)

 

Folder 6

  1. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap papers (154)

 

Folder 7

  1. Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies letter from Leon Ford IV, April 20, 2011
  2. Valley of Monroe Newsletter Summer 2014
  3. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, DAR, Kentwood Ledger, Kentwood community members and events, Local Lore & Legends, graduations, Kentwood police department (58)

 

Folder 8

  1. Louisiana Bicentennial, July-September 1976
  2. Manuscript Division Update-The Historic New Orleans Collection-Papers Relating to Antebellum Louisiana at the Historic New Orleans Collection, Volume 12, 1993
  3. Louisiana Premier-Daughters of the American Revolution-Louisiana: “Harvesting our Heritage”,Fall 2008

 

Folder 9

  1. Brochure-Tangipahoa- Its Indian Heritage
  2. Book-Halimah: A Legend of the Tangipahoa by O.N. Ogden (copy included)

 

Folder 10: The Eastern Star- IRA Chapter No. 84, O.E.S.

  1. Invitation to Program Tea in honor of Irene Morris 1958.
  2. Follow the Star: Together We Build A Better Life (2 copies and attached receipt)
  3. “Rob Morris” by Hugh McCool booklet
  4. Needle point fridge magnet with letters “O.E.S.”
  5. Various member ship cards (4items)
  6. Various scripts for ceremonies (5items)
  7. “Golden Rule” bookmark
  8. Invitation to a Germania Chapter meeting 05-06-1958
  9. Various articles about the Eastern Star (7 items)
  10. “School of Instruction” pamphlet
  11. Program for Installation of Grand Officers of Eastern Star 1959-60
  12. Various articles from the St Helena Echo
  13. Name meaning cards for “James” and Irene (2 items)

 

Folder 11:

  1. James Polk Morris Sr. proclamation of death.
  2. James Polk Morris Jr. Memorial Service program (2 copies)
  3. Various Kentwood News-Ledger articles ranging from 1950-1995 (1 set of copies included).
  4. Copy of marriage certificate dated 1895 between one R.W. Lee and Emma Ray
  5. Various Kentwood News articles ranging from 1996-2007

 

Folder 12:

  1. Handwritten transcription of “5 year diary” from January 1932-1936.
  2. Article concerning 50th anniversary for McKinley High school class of 1945.

 

Folder 13: Camp Moore

  1. Pages from Scrapbook about Camp Moore events, containing newspaper articles, photos, and handwritten notes. (23 pages).

 

Folder 14: Franco Fete for Louisiana Tricentennial (1699-1999).

  1. Franco Fete Events and Attractions (English version)
  2. Franco Fete booklet (French version)
  3. Various articles concerning the French delegation and Franco-Fete (14 articles).
  4. French pamphlets for Office of Tourism ceremony (2 copies)
  5. Pamphlet for New Brunswick
  6. Tangipahoa Parish tourism pamphlet
  7. Bi-lingual (French to English) tourism pamphlet for “des Gorges de l’Allier”
  8. Menu in French for “Accueil De Louisianais de Kentwood”
  9. Flyer describing Southeastern Louisiana University’s connection to France
  10. “Franco-Fete ‘99” Pamphlet
  11. Invitation to “French Sister Cities Gala”

 

Folder 15 - Various Brochures, Pamphlets, Catalogs and Magazines:

  1. Southern Quarterly Newsletter
  2. 36th O.E.S. Homecoming – Masonic Children’s Home
  3. Southeastern Alumni News – Fall 1986
  4. University of Southern Carolina Press – 1967/68 catalog of new publications
  5. Louisiana State Archives Dedication Ceremony Program – August 24, 1987
  6. Books in Print – Hoover Institution Press 1986
  7. The Changing Middle South 1972
  8. List of National Archives Microfilm Publications 1953
  9. Legacy: The newsletter of the State Archives and Records Service – February 1982.
  10. Louisiana State University Presentation of Library 1960
  11. Legacy: The newsletter of the State Archives and Records Service – August 1987.
  12. State Archives and Records ServiceNewsletter September 1979

 

Folder 16 - Various Brochures, Pamphlets, Catalogs and Magazines:

  1. Southern Historical Press Publishers – new publications
  2. Early Emigrants in America – Ship Passenger Lists
  3. Georgia Department of Archives
  4. Report of the Worthy Grand Matron 1974-1975
  5. List of 1980 Officers
  6. List: Installing Officers
  7. Program: Official Visit of Gladys S. Allison, WGM and David L. George, WGP to District 13
  8. Thirty-fifth Annual Installation of Officers Walter T. Ott Chapter No. 217
  9. Records Protection in an Uncertain World
  10. Your Louisiana State Library
  11. Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army
  12. The Plan of Salvation by Elder John Morgan
  13. What the “Mormons” Believe by President Charles W. Penrose
  14. Genealogical Research in Georgia pamphlet
  15. Civil War Records in the Georgia Department or Archives and History
  16. About Mormonism by President Stephen L. Richards
  17. Why Mormons Build Temples
  18. The Book of Mormon: Rays of Living Light pamphlet
  19. Joseph Smith Tells His Own Story… pamphlet
  20. Unto All The People A message by Elder Mark E. Petersen
  21. Christian Science Sentinel Volume 62, Number 51, December 17, 1960

 

Folder 17 - Various Brochures, Pamphlets, Catalogs and Magazines:

  1. The Welfare Program pamphlet
  2. British Genealogical Reference Books
  3. List: Officers for 1972
  4. Marijuana informational pamphlet
  5. Southern Historical Press Reprint Announcement
  6. Oral History for Louisiana by Joel Gardner
  7. Ancestors in Review July 1, 1961 Volume 1, No. 1
  8. Ancestors in Review July 1, 1961 Volume 1, No. 2
  9. Ancestors in Review July 1, 1961 Volume 1, No. 3
  10. History’s People, Inc. first publication
  11. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine April 1978
  12. The Genealogical Acorn February 1968 Vol. 1, No. 1

 

Folder 18- Various Brochures, Pamphlets, Catalogs and Magazines:

  1. Raconteur 1, No. 1, December 1978 (4 copies)
  2. Campaign Central: Newsletter to the friends and supporters of Sandra Thompson – April-May 1979, August-September 1979, October 1979, November-December 1979

 

Folder 19 – Letters:

  1. News Release #3: Le Comite des Archives de la Louisiane
  2. Queries from Harry Baker to Local Lore and Legend
  3. Edwin Hill to Local Lore and Legend 10/26/67
  4. Queries from Larry Bohannan to Local Lore and Legend
  5. Queries from Mrs. Theodore W. Leazenby to Local Lore and Legend
  6. Letter to Irene Morris from Dr. Archie P. McDonald
  7. Letter to Irene Morris from J. F. Combs
  8. Letter to Irene Morris from N. Dale Talkington
  9. Correspondence regarding booklet
  10. Autographs book, 1930
  11. Autographs book, 1931- 1934
  12. Autographs book 1933
  13. Queries from Mrs. Mae Boyer
  14. Postcard from Luella Dahlstrom to Irene Morris
  15. Letter to Irene Morris from The Institute of American Genealogy Frederick Adams Virkus
  16. Letter to Irene Morris from E. H. Sparks, Editor of American Biographical Institute
  17. Postcard to Irene Morris from Helen Gomez Schluten
  18. Letter to Irene Morris from Damon A. Veach
  19. Letter to Irene Morris from Damon A. Veach
  20. Memo with attached photograph from Sue C. Hughey
  21. Letter to J. Estelle King from Irene Morris (returned)
  22. Letter from Joyce Owen
  23. Letter to Irene Morris from “Lois”
  24. Letter to Irene Morris from Lois Premeaux

                            

Box 24

Folder 1: Photos, newsclippings - Kentwood, LA buildings; photo and notes, Alfred Stoessell; newsclippings, Papa Cain Walls; invoice (62 items)

Folder 2: Photos, notes, newsclippings, Kentwood, LA buildings; programs, Kentwood Centennial (48 items)

Folder 3: Paper - “Kentwood’s Contribution to the Tangipahoa Strawberry Industry” by Michael L. Varnado, Nov 1979 (19 items)

Folder 4: Notes, death of Mrs. Hall; Publication - Louisiana Power and Light Safety Service, Nov 1941; Paper - “Kentwood, LA”; Letter to Edith Hall from R.C. Hall “Cottage Hill Farm”; notes, Sweet Home Baptist Church; Poem with notes by Alfred E. Hastelley (18 items)

Folder 5: Notes, newsclippings, Kentwood Hotel; Program, Kentwood Centennial (6 items)

Folder 6: Kentwood, LA significant pictures, newsclippings, notes (46 items)

Folder 7: Notes, newsclippings “Diary of 1861-65 by Kent”; “The Kangaroos of 1969" by Les Brumfield; “An Unforgettable Character” by Hodding Carter (73 items)

Folder 8: Notes, photos, logging in Kentwood; Plaque with Brooks-Scaneon Lumber Co., invoice (9/1909); Photo Kentwood 1908; newsclipping on Florida Parish Chronicles (9 items)

Folder 9: 1902 Tom Thumb Wedding photo, notes, newsclipping (6 items)

Folder 10: Photos, 1905 Music Class; 1902 Mrs. Wilson’s party; Ladies Missionary Group Kentwood Methodist Church (1911-1913) (17 items)

Folder 11: Kentwood School from Broyles Scrapbook; Forget Me Nots book with photo and notes; Emily E. Sander’s kindergarden class 1915; Picnic party 1902; photos - Bill Davis, TD Hoskins, Stephen H. McLaughlin, Angus B. Lee, Charlie Carpenter, LB Bunk Ligon, JH Delaughter (16 items)

Folder 12: Programs, advertisements, newsclippings events 1915-1922 Kentwood, LA; information on Town of Kentwood (Mayor’s letterhead); newsclipping Kentwood Commercial Dec 28, 1939; newsclipping Sawmill Family Children Mar 1969; Hammond’s Family Home; McGehee Drug Co. (18 items)

Folder 13: Notes on post offices and Kentwood and Eastern Railway lines; Map Kentwood and Eastern Railroad line; news article “He Captured the Lumbermen’s Image” by Jay Stuller, Ford Times, Feb 1980; photos, logging postcard; postcard Farmside County Store, Long Grove, IL; newsclippings logging/sawmills (26 items)

Folder 14: Publication - “Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Papers, Vol. 7 1980; Publication “Green Diamond Official Publication of the Illinois Central Historical Society, Issue 84 Mar 2008; notes, newsclippings, railroad lines, logging, Old Banner Mill 1905 (28 items)

Folder 15: Watercolor Frances Ann Mason Hanford 1911 (1 item)

Folder 16: Notes, Tangipahoa History; newsclippings Stebbins Lumber; Wilson-Naul Co (52 items)

Folder 17: Photos, logging, Brook Scanlon Mill (10 items)

Folder 18: Photos, newsclippings, horses, buggies, blacksmiths (14 items)

Folder 19: Photos, notes, newsclippings automobile (14 items)

Folder 20: Photots, notes, newsclippings, personal correspondence Sarepta Church, Damascus Church (13 items)

Folder 21: Photos, notes “Group of 19" - 4th of July picnic 1901; On bridge, Spring 1901 (9 items)

Folder 22: Photos, notes, newsclippings “Group of 11" - 1902 (15 items)

Folder 23: Photos “Group of 16" - Tangipahoa River scene, 1901 (16 items)

Folder 24: AB Morris Family Genealogy (84 items)

Folder 25: Publication - “Louisiana Power and Light Safety Service” Nov 1970 (6 items)

Folder 26: Kentwood Centennial 1993 - brochures, newsclippings, copies of photos (6 items)

Folder 27: Kentwood “H” Day Honoring Helen H. Singleton 1987 - program, personal correspondence, photos (8 items) 

Folder 28: Photos “Political People” photos of Lanny Conerly, J. Bennett Johnston, Capt. McCormick, Rev. Jim Ham, Ed Newman, Carmen Moore, Dr. Luther Dyson, Edwin Schilling, Vesta Dyson Schilling, Clea Parker, Harvey Hutchinson, Dr. Helenack. Tom Brumfield, Gorden Burgess, Sen. Dykes, Felix Laiche, Tally Raborn, Dr. Charles Moorman, Kevin Reilly, Jim Brown, Joe Knight, Edwin Edwards, Macon Oswalt, Russell, James H. Brown, Jr., R. Landon Greaves, Finch, Otto Passman, Jimmy Davis, John Rarick, Henson Moore, President Nixon and Passman, Russell Long, Southeastern 50 Yr. Grads 1989, Wayne Reggie Goldsby and Mrs. James K. Allen, Ernest Backmon, Julia Bryant Forrest, Weldon Russell, Larry Crain, BB Raborn, Bob Odom, J. Paul Ardillo, Ed Layrisson, Sen. Thomas Hudson, Mary jo Cutrer, Edsel Graham, Hollis Yarborough Jr., Gordon McElveen, Dwayne Graham, Lambert, 1974Kentwood Officials swearing in, DV Pottle, Agnes Bennett Yarbrough (67 items)

Folder 29: Photos, programs, notes, newsclippings Dr. AG Root’s Class, Aug 1937; kentwood Music Club (17 items)

Folder 30 “Kentwood 1941" - Photos, notes, newsclippings Louisiana Power and Light; and Kentwood Music Club (17 items)

Folder 31: Publication - “Louisiana Power and Light Safety Service” Nov 1941 ( 10 items)

Folder 32: Copy of 1950 Dunn and Bradstreet Reference book and notes (3 items)

Folder 33: “Kentwood 1954" Publication - “Louisiana News Digest” Feb 1952; ublication - “Louisiana Municipal Review” Dec 1954 (13 items)

Folder 34: “Kentwood 1965" Publication “Southeast Louisiana Agri-Dustrial Futurama” April 1965 (29 items)

Folder 35: Photo - Kentwood Men (2 items)

Folder 36: Ethel Joyal’s Newsclipping Scrapbook 1938 and 1939 and notes (4 items)

Folder 37: Copies of Kentwood Commercial, 1935 from Nick Murray, Jr.  (51 items)

  1. Packet on the Louisiana World Expo.
  2. The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Summer 1984, Fall 1988
  3. New Orleans Convention & Exhibition Center Information
  4. Louisiana Superdome Press Kit

42.Fall is Fabulous in Louisiana, Oct-Dec 1973 (2 copies)

  1. Map of Louisiana
  2. Newspaper Articles (25 pieces)

45.Small travel pamphlets and brochures (53 pieces)

  1. The Sun King: Louis XIV and the New World at the Louisiana State Museum, 1984, Wonder Wall at the Louisiana World Expo, 1984 (2 copies).

 

Box 25

Folder 1: Sheet Music/Lyrics (20 pieces)

Folder 2: Sheet Music/Lyrics (20 pieces)

Folder 3: Sheet Music/Lyrics (45 pieces)

Folder 4: Sheet Music/Lyrics (27 pieces)

Folder 5: Sheet Music/Lyrics (49 pieces)

Folder 6: Programs from various Plays/Church Musicals/Symphonies (25)

Folder 7: Programs from various Plays/Church Musicals/Symphonies (25)

Folder 8: Programs from various Plays/Church Musicals/Symphonies (15)

Folder 9: Church information/bulletins/Pamphlets on Living a Christian Life (28)

Folder 10: Correspondence (20)

Folder 11: Articles/Information on Musicians/Music (73)                

Folder 12: Newspaper Articles (51)

Folder 13: Black History (87 items)

Folder 14: Misc. Notes, Family Notes, News Clippings (147 items)

Johnson, Rials, Northeast Lodge N. 435 Sept. 1987, Helen, Reeves, Gibson, Christmas Tree Farms, Romero’s Book Collection, Central Progressive Bank records– Jan ‘83, Ford, Boyd, Brock, Bullock, Broom, Barrier, Blaine, Bunkley, Breeden, Beard, Burch, Black, Ballard, Beatty, Blackwell, Beves, Byrd, Everett, Butler, Burton, Brumfeild, Bunch, Kentwood Centennial, Conerly, Connolly, Coghlan, Callihan, Country Real Estate, Pigott, Wiregrass Festival and Murals.

Folder 15: New Orleans makes Irene Morris an Honorary Citizen; Program, Gen. Robert E. Lee

             and Thomas J. Jackson Birthday Celebration, Jan 11, 1981; newsclipping Mar 11, 1981

             Morris’ record.

 

 

Box 26

Folder 1

  1. Newspaper clippings on obituaries, last rites, Tangipahoa police jury, judges, fire department, Kentwood, church events, taxes, Roseland, LSU, engagements, weddings, anniversaries, entertainment (300)

 

Folder 2

  1. Newspaper clippings on museums, Ponchartrain, obituaries, deaths, last rites, weddings, engagements, rotary club, New Orleans, entertainment, UDC, DAR, police, reunions, SCV shipwreck, Louisiana ancestors, historical publications, O.E.S., Masonic lodge, Camp Moore (212)

 

Folder 3

  1. Newspaper clippings in women in the news, museums, political cartoons, construction, garden club, rotary club, UDC, Tangipahoa cemetery, Masonic lodge, taxes, Rosaryville center, Kentwood Ledger, LSU (417)

Folder 4

  1. The Banana Men copies of pages 116-119 and 164-165
  2. “The Recluse of Herald Square” by Joseph A. Cox
  3. Reader’s Digest, August 1955 (copy)
  4. The Delta Democrat-Times letter-to Mrs. J. P. Morris, Jr. from Hodding Carter (subject-Champness Terry, Alfred Hennen and the Carsendyke family)April 13, 1953 (2 copies)
  5. Otto Bight news articles (copies included)
  6. Amite City Cemetery diagram
  7. Typed letter-to Irene Morris from Jim Cookston (subject-Hodding Carter), May 23, 1961
  8. Typed letter-to Liz from Irene (subject-
  9. The Delta Democrat-Times letter-to Mrs. James Polk Morris, Jr. from Hodding Carter October 10, 1961
  10. Typed letter-to Irene from Jim (subject-Hodding Carter being involved in LSU program)
  11. Typed letter-to Mr. and Mrs. Hodding Carter from Irene R. Morris, October 3, 1961
  12. Typed letter-to Mr. and Mrs. Hodding Carter from Irene R. Morris, August 23, 1961
  13. Typed letter-to Mr. and Mrs. Carter from Irene R. Morris, February 22, 1961
  14. Newspaper article-“Carter family leaves Mississippi journalism” by John Emmerich
  15. Newspaper articles-Hodding Carter and Carter family
  16. Newspaper articles-Louisiana State Lottery
  17. Newspaper articles-Zemurrary Gardens
  18. Newspaper article-“The Camellias” (antebellum residence in Amite)
  19. Newspaper article-“On the Road of Area’s History”
  20. Newspaper article-“The Roll of Rex” (list of kings and queens from 1872-1962)
  21. Newspaper article-“Carter’s latest-Recall long ago 1964-the Heffners?”
  22. Local Lore and Legend-personal account of the Battle of New Orleans

 

Folder 5

  1. Zemurry Gardens offer quiet beauty by Jon Kemp (2 copies)
  2. Historic gardens outside Hammond, 24 May 1981
  3. Zemurray Gardens, 11 August 1978
  4. Louisiana’s Gambling Past by Charles Hunt
  5. Notorious Financial Plan Recalled by Rex Laney
  6. Lanaux-Sharp Wedding Claims Interest (2)
  7. Handwritten notes and letters; Varnado. (4)
  8. Handwritten notes and newsletters; Gov. Claiborne (6)
  9. Zemurray Gardens pamphlet
  10. Zemurray Gardens Welcome pamphlet (2)
  11. Zemurray and Hood articles and notes (25)
  12. Folder about Jennings family (who purchased Zemurray Gardens)

 

Folder 6

  1. Local Lore and Legend, August 29, 2012
  2. Color photograph of identified women
  3. Newspaper article-“The Kangaroo Trail” and “FHA Gives Honor to Mrs. Morris” (copies included)
  4. Two newspaper articles-about Cathy Chapman
  5. Handwritten notes with various names, dates, and families listed (10)

 

Folder 7

  1. Heart of the Rose booklet
  2. Nuggets of Gold booklet
  3. Fountain of Life booklet
  4. Faith & Prayer booklet
  5. Follow the Star brochure
  6. Handwritten note-Charles, Alma, and Ruth Abbott
  7. Newspaper clippings on Local Lore & Legends, obituaries, O.E.S., Scottish Rite Center, Lewis family history (29)
  8. Letters from Arthur Jones-about Kentwood history (3)
  9. Copy of handwritten document (2)
  10. Certificate of Further Credit-Robert Elliott

 

Folder 8

  1. E.S. Roster booklets with additional torn pages dates ranging 1967-1998 (27)
  2. E.S. letter to members (4)
  3. Encyclopedia of Bioethics torn pages (5)

 

Folder 9

  1. Handwritten document-History of the Old Cheraws (3)
  2. Newspaper article-“Visitor locates kin following chance stop at service station”, February 13, 1992
  3. Obituary-Jewel Hugh Magee, Sr.
  4. Newspaper article-Lewiston Couple Honored on 65h Anniversary, February 14, 1963
  5. Newspaper article-“‘Search’ for Welsh ancestors”, March 23, 1986
  6. Newspaper article- “Mrs. Hettie Dillion Saw the Comet in 1835”
  7. Local Lore and Legend #21, 1964-original and copies (3)
  8. Newspaper article-Eola Wall
  9. Obituary-Allan M. Barclay
  10. Obituary-Earl A. Morgan
  11. Newspaper article-Homestead Notice
  12. Obituary-Joe Amos Marks
  13. The Cypress Herald newspaper-1969

 

Folder 10

  1. Map of Tangipahoa Parish
  2. Copy of newspaper article- “Be It Known and Remembered”-about the tearing down of a new building, May 25, 1989 (handwritten version and email about it attached)
  3. Copy of newspaper article-“Kangaroo Trail”; “FHA Gives Honor to Mrs. Morris” (also has copies of photographs and notes)
  4. Copy of newspaper article-“Tangiapahoa Turns 136”
  5. Typed document about J. Polk Morris
  6. Typed document about the stewardship and missionary advances of First Baptist Church of Kentwood
  7. Copy of newspaper article-“Telegraph station was at one time located on main street in Kentwood” by Irene Reid Morris, June 22, 1989
  8. Degraded cash sale slips from Wilson-Naul Company
  9. Newspaper article-“Amite mourns the loss of former principal and town councilman, Samuel C. Hyde, Sr.”
  10. Newspaper article- “Plantation Store is Dream Come True”, The Times-Picayune, February 20, 1977
  11. Newspaper article- “1889 Lumber Company”, Kentwood News, April 3, 1969
  12. Miscellaneous newspaper articles Local Lore & Legend
  13. Tangipahoa Centennial Tour 1969 pamphlet

 

 

Folder 11

  1. Independence Italian Festival 1997
  2. Genealogical Register March 1962
  3. Southern Winter 2001
  4. History of Kentwood documents (6)

 

Folder 12

  1. Hazel Morris memorial card and obituary
  2. Letter and Research paper from Candace Varnadore
  3. List of homes and names-Old Home Scenes
  4. Handwritten land plot of location in Kentwood (copied from map in the possession of Joe and Bea Terry)
  5. Handwritten notes from Kathryn Kuss
  6. Miscellaneous handwritten notes-includes information about Carter family
  7. Newspaper article-“Carter reappointed to LCTCS board”, September 25, 2009
  8. Newspaper article- “Glad to see you”-about Jay and Bolton Morris (Nancy Morris’ sons), January 17, 2013
  9. Newspaper article- “Grandsons visit Osyka”-about Wyatt, Jacob, and Lane Morris; January 17, 2013
  10. Newspaper article- “Historic gathering”, May 22, 2011
  11. Newspaper article- “Irene Morris visits Camellia Chapter No. 142”, 1954
  12. Newspaper article- “Local Lore and Legend” April 16, 2009
  13. Copy of newspaper article- “Local Lore and Legend” June 17, 2009 (2)

 

  1. Fenn & Reid Family history documents (14)
  2. Newspaper clippings on Local Lore & Legends, O.E.S., FHL, obituaries (11)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose paper (24)

 

Folder 13

  1. Newspaper clippings-Local Lore and Legend, obituary of Hazel Golmon Shelby, Irene Morris, Kentwood P-TA, Daughters of the American Revolution, Kentwood Music Club, the Masons, graduation announcements about Kathleen Womack and Richert Easley, Future Farmers of America-Future Homemakers of America, “History of the ‘West Florida Parishes’ to be televised”, Leona Lewis Buquet obituary, and other miscellaneous local news about Kentwood and Amite
  2. Typed letter to Leon Ford III from Irene R. Morris, February 11, 1962
  3. 3 copies of land from a “birds-eye-view”
  4. Miscellaneous handwritten notes
  5. Typed document about Hammond Army Airfield and early aviation in the Hammond area

 

Folder 14

  1. Newspaper clippings on LSU, botany, Magnolia Mounds, obituaries, Bartram (39)
  2. Handwritten notes about botany

 

Folder 15

  1. Social Organization of Kentwood, Louisiana
  2. Handwritten document-The People of Tangipahoa Parish: A Sociological Comparison of Two Ethnic Groups” by Luther Williams
  3. Notes on Social Organization of French Village in South Louisiana
  4. Newspaper clippings on Garden club, Bartram, Botany (19)
  5. News Release document- “Bor announces Bartram Trail Study Covering Eight Southeastern States”; also included-typed document about William Bartram and Bartram Trail
  6. Newspaper articles-about Bartram Trail, Audubon Pilgrimage, Oakley House renovations, Stem and Stamen Garden Club, LA State Bird: The Pelican, and SLU Arbor Day

 

Folder 16

  1. Order of the Eastern Star, Louisiana-Proceedings of Annual Sessions- 56th, 59th, 75th, 76th, 77th, 82nd, 83rd, 84th, 87th, 88th, 89th, 90th, 94th, 95th, 96th
  2. Photographs of-Arrah H. Culver, Virginia C. Hargus, Esna W. Easterly, Pauline D. Rushing, Johnnie K. Hill, Lois J. Newman, Ray W. McRoberts, Everett Newman, Edward McDonald, Willie Mae Painich, Juanita Killion, Dorothy McClure, Ruth Keen, Archie Cline, Harles Ire Creech, Janet Shook, Verone Ballard, Helen Roquemore Cox, Sue Cromwell, John Wayne Harrist, Jean Jordan, Guy Jenkins (with obituary about Irma Nelson Jenkins attached), Myrtle Alexander, Harry Breeden Sr., Pat Cleveland, Harles I. Creech, Thelma Bailey, Dorothy Berry, Ruthell Elkins, Inez Miller, Louise Gandy, Wilbur Cramblet, Henry Hartman, Ruth Jones, and Edward Simon
  3. Photographof 1957-1958, 1982, 1983, 1986-1987 officers
  4. Program-Star and Compass Session, April 2-4, 1951
  5. Typed document-Presentation of 1982-83 Grand Officers, by Irene Reid Morris

 

Folder 17

  1. Photographs of masonic excursion (original and copy), buildings, and tombstone (5)
  2. Letters from Joanna Breeland (2)
  3. Obituary about Estelle Morris
  4. Letter to Ray Burgess from Martha Byrd
  5. Baton Rouge Scottish Rite Crestleboard May 1989
  6. Baton Rouge Scottish Rite Crestleboard February 1990
  7. Kentwood Lodge No. 248 pamphlet
  8. Eastern Star opening and closing odes
  9. Newspaper clippings on Local Lore & Legends, obituaries (7)

 

Folder 18

  1. Scrapbook pages with various newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, photographs, programs, certificates on O.E.S. (11 pages)
  2. Handwritten notes on loose paper (11)
  3. Letter to Lillian Ash
  4. Typed documents on O.E.S. spider story (4)

 

Box 27

  1. Judge Grover Covington: Newspaper article-“Masonic Showcase”, The Times-Picayune, September 26, 1971-Highlights Judge Grover L. Covington, Grand Master of Louisiana Masons
  2. Crosby Arboretum
  3. 4 page typed document-A Specialized Report from the Crosby Arboretum, 1986
  4. map of the Crosby Arboretum office (2)
  5. 1 page typed document-Pinecote/The Crosby Arboretum (2)
  6. 1 page typed document-About the Arboretum
  7. 1 page typed document-About the Pearl River Drainage Basin
  8. Leather triangle-Presented to Davey Lamun Crosby, 1928, Bogue Chitto Lodge, No. 260
  9. Letters (54)
  10. War Production Board:
  11. Quote from a reprint from Vagabond Editorials by Jack Dionne, Jan. 1, 1944, compliments of S. R. Stevens
  12. Award of Merit-no issue name, no date
  13. 1 page typed document-Sam Stevens Goes to Washington: Wins Promotion to New Post in War Production Board, reprinted from the Gulf Coast Lumberman, August 1, 1944
  14. 3 page typed document-Talk by S.R. Stevens, Regional Lumber Advisor, War Production Board, Before Sawmill Employees
  15. Production for Victory: Lumber Fights for Liberty- War Production Bulletin: Lumber Edition,Vol. 2, No. 21-A, July 1943
  16. Orange flyer-“Buddies! Soldiers with the guns will talk to the soldiers with the saws, heroes direct from the Front Lines.”-War Productions Board; US and Texas Forestry Dept.
  17. History of Kentwood
  18. 3 page typed document-History of Kentwood (2 copies included)
  19. Folded pamphlet-History of Kentwood based on local history collection of Irene Reid Morris
  20. Pamphlet about Kentwood Bank and small pamphlet about Kentwood, LA
  21. Small and large photograph of Kentwood from 1908 and a small photograph of Kentwood’s first store
  22. Local Lore and Legend and other newspaper articles about Kentwood
  23. 2 page typed document-Kentwood, LA, from Mrs. Fred Sheffield, December 1928
  24. typed article-“Kentwood: The Town that Bossy Saved” by Nicholas Russell Murray
  25. Correspondence from Adele Bodker to Irene Morris, April 14, 1965; also contains various handwritten notes on families located in Kentwood
  26. LA Genealogical and Historical Society notes on the History of Kentwood; also contains typed document from KC Vol. 1, 1895, No. 28, July 30 (2)
  27. Obituaries
  28. Wedding Announcements
  29. Births/Birthdays/Reunions/Anniversaries
  30. Newspaper Articles
  31. Newspaper Articles
  32. Newspaper Articles
  33. Newspaper Articles
  34. Various Old News Papers
  35. The Daily Picayune, 01-08-1902.
  36. The New Orleans Item, 06-01-1904.
  37. The Times, 12-10-1902.
  38. The Osyka Record, 03-10-1904.
  39. The Times Democrat, 06-06-1905.
  40. Summit Sentinel, 07-28-1910.
  41. The Osyka News, 02-19-1926.
  42. The Daily Picayune, 12-22-1901 (2 parts).
  43. McComb Journal, 10-13,1938.
  44. Magnolia Gazette 05-04-1950.
  45. Magnolia Gazette, 07-14-1955.
  46. Pike Country Herald, 02-27-1941.
  47. The St. Helena Echo, 11-18-1932
  48. The Osyka, missing parts.
  49. Magnolia Gazette “Pertinent and personal to pike county people”, 09-25-1909.
  50. The Louisiana Sun, 10-15-1909.
  51. Magnolia Gazette, 10-09-1909.
  52. Magnolia Gazette, 10-02-1909
  53. Various Old News Papers Continued
  54. Magnolia Gazette “Pertinent and personal to pike county people”, 10-08-1909.
  55. Magnolia Gazette “Pertinent and personal to pike county people”, 09-29-1909.
  56. Magnolia Gazette “Pertinent and personal to pike county people”, 09-08-1909.
  57. Magnolia Gazette, 09-04-1909.
  58. Magnolia News, 09-03-1909.
  59. Magnolia News, 08-27-1909.
  60. Summit Sentinel, 06-02-1910. (Multiple pieces).
  61. Handwritten and Typed Correspondences
  62. To: Clerk of Court, from: M.J. Bennett Pierson; subject-Will of Reuban Bennet, March 126, 1959
  63. To: Clerk of Court, from: M.J. Bennett Pierson; subject: Will, Richard Bennett, March 26, 1959
  64. To: M.J. Bennett Pierson, from: Beatrice Mackey Doughtie, October 23, 1959
  65. To: Mr. Pearson, from: E. Russ Williams, Jr.; December 27, 1959
  66. To: Mr. Pierson, from: E. Russ Williams, Jr.; January 10, 1960
  67. To: Clerk of Court, from: M.J. Bennet Pierson; subject: Wills of Beavers, Bennett, Headen, and self, March 26, 1959
  68. To: Mr. Pierson, from: Goldie Rohner, June 17, 1958; mentions a document from Probate Court, No. 136, Raleigh C. Self and Others vs. Aristides Bennett and others-Petition for Partition
  69. To: Marion Pierson, from Goldie Rohner, July 18, 1958 (handwritten letter)
  70. To: J.W. Drake, from: J.B. Pierson, subject: wills of John, Sarah, and John Headon, march 31, 1959; To: M.J.B. Pierson, from: J.W. Drake, subject: will of Sarah Headon, March 28, 1959; To: Clerk of Court, from: M.J.B. Pierson, subject: will of Sarah Headon; wills of John, Sarah, and John Headon included
  71. Mexican War-Simeon Bennett and Elias Self (13 items)
  72. Miscellaneous correspondences, handwritten documents, and typed documents about Mexican War soldiers Simeon Bennett and Elias Self-specifically contains governmental official documents regarding pension)
  73. Research notes
  74. Packet of handwritten research notes from miscellaneous newspapers between the 19th-21st century-newspapers are from Amite, Independence, Tangipahoa (city and parish)

 

Box 28: Indian and Travel Information    

  1. Weeks/Avery Island Indian/Archeology Information (14 items)
  2. Cherokee/Choctow Information (50 items)

    3.Caddo Area Indian and Archeological Information (14 items)

  1. Poverty Point Indian and Archeological Information (31 items)

    5.Marksville Area Indian and Archeological Information (19 itmes)

    6.Charedon, Coushatta, Tunic Indian and Archeological Information (80 items)

    7.Bayou Jasmine and Florida Parish Area Indian and Archeological Information (106 items)

  1. Indian Information
  2. Indian Information
  3. Indian Information
  4. Indian Information
  5. Guide Books and Maps

2 Shawls, 1 basket, 1 Authentic Reproduction of an Indian Vessel dating from about 1500 AD

           

Box 29

  1. Obituaries, Wedding Announcements and other newspaper articles 1949-1950
  2. Order of the Eastern Star: Louisiana’s Lovely Legacy 100 Golden Years 1900-2000

    3.Kentwood’s Facilities and Resources for Industry 1955 (2 copies) and 1964

  1. New Orleans Magazine May 1988 , Information about the Louisiana State Capital, 50 Years of Service, Airline Motors Restaurant placemats, 1939-1989
  2. Dairy Festival and Industry newspaper articles, 1974, Dairy Farmers Appreciation Dinner for Contributors.
  3. American Legion information on Alcy Gill Post in Kentwood
  4. Kentwood history notes
  5. Sketches from the Kentwood and Osyaka area
  6. Black History Notes and Folklife Information
  7. Local Club and Committee information

  11.Concerts and Dance invitations    

  1. Post Office Information
  2. Kentwood Water Information

  14.Owen Roberts family information

  15.Bank Information

  1. Local Doctors and Medical Information

  17.Fireman Information

  1. Mayors
  2. Church Sketches

  20.Library Information

  1. Police Information and Photos
  2. Telephone
  3. Tangipahoa Parish Information
  4. Newspaper History Information
  5. Oral History Information
  6. Methodist Church Information
  7. Knights of Pythias, Amite/Kentwood Lodge Newspaper Articles and Reglia Pin

 

Box 30

  1. Cards and Letters
  2. Newspaper Articles
  3. Miscellaneous Items
  4. Business Cards (8) Political Flyers (3)

 

Box 31

Folder 1

  1. Kents of Kentwood booklet with handwritten notes and newspaper clippings
  2. Safety Service Magazine November 1970
  3. Deposit Guaranty Bank 1997 calendar
  4. Preston Jarnagin Lea Ancestry & Posterity by J.M. Preston with notes on loose paper and newspaper clippings throughout

Envelope from Newberry Library containing:

  1. Newspaper clippings and handwritten notes (6)
  2. Two by Two June 1993

 

Folder 2

Kentwood Museum

  1. Newspaper clippings (8)
  2. Handwritten notes on loose paper (2)
  3. Photographs (5)
  4. Letters from various senders including Fay, US Department of Interiors, and Kentwood Museum (14)

 

Folder 3

Kentwood Commercial

  1. Photocopied documents (17)
  2. Photographs (7)
  3. Handwritten notes on scrap paper (2)

 

Folder 4

  1. Letters from various senders including Ed Kerr, C.C. Curry, Leo Hough, and C.H. Lewis (6)
  2. Newspaper clippings on lumber industry, sawmill, deaths (9)
  3. Photograph (1)
  4. Torn magazine pages (3)
  5. Woodland Conservation on Louisiana Farms 1930s - 1960s
  6. Natchez Ink Pad March 1960
  7. Forests & People 1956

 

Folder 5

  1. Tourist brochures on rural life and Windrush Gardens (6)
  2. Letter from Nell Morris
  3. Letter from Ginger
  4. Newspaper clippings on rural life and obituaries (12)
  5. Printed documents and magazine pages (5)
  6. Louisiana Folk Art October 1 – December 15, 1972
  7. Louisiana Agriculture magazine Winter 2010
  8. LSU AgCenter magazine Fall 2009
  9. Louisiana Agriculture magazine Fall 2009
  10. Whispers of the Past Summer 2010 (2 copies)

 

Folder 6

  1. Daily Report (4)
  2. Illinois Central Railroad Co bills of lading 1908 (59)
  3. Western Union Telegram Co blank Night Telegram forms (27)
  4. Western Union Telegram Co Night Telegram forms to various people (12)
  5. Letter to Director of Census from Hamberlin
  6. Letter to Harley Kleisch
  7. Handwritten notes on loose paper (3)

 

Folder 7

  1. Handwritten notes on loose paper (40)
  2. Newspaper clippings on milk train, Local Lore & Legends, UDC, obituaries, ink mill (31)
  3. Photocopied and printed documents on maps, Local Lore & Legends, books, and photographs (20)
  4. Latitudes January 1992
  5. Route Geography & The Routes of St Helena Parish March 1970
  6. Railroad Depots of Tangi Parish by Tara Slaton 1994
  7. Letters from Joe Sanders, Tara Slaton, M.J. Shea, Miles Richardson, Milton Newton, Kathryn (15)

 

Folder 8

  1. Newspaper clippings on trains, and railroads (3)
  2. Photographs (6)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose paper (6)
  4. Letters from Crimson Flyer, Leon Ford (8)
  5. Letters from the Crawfords, A.C. Carlson, Margaret Johnston, Mollie Dewalt, E.H. Buelow, Charles Burrows (6)
  6. Lea family genealogy pages (5)
  7. Handwritten notes on loose paper (2)
  8. Newspaper clippings on Lea family history (23)

 

Folder 9

  1. Newspaper clippings in scrapbook sleeve
  2. Handwritten notes on loose paper (36)
  3. Louisiana Genealogical Register June 1975
  4. Letters from Bob Ellis (2)
  5. Printed documents on Lea family (63)
  6. Newspaper clippings on Lea family history and obituaries (32)
  7. Photographs (8)

 

Folder 10

  1. The Sesquicentennial of Statehood Mississippi December 10, 1967 – October 31, 1968
  2. Newspaper clippings on Masonic Summit, Garden club, Summit Sun 1962, and obituaries (22)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (13)
  4. Photographs (9)
  5. Letters from Bill & Velta Morris (3)
  6. Typed and printed documents on West Florida, Louisiana Places, Kent Connection (7)
  7. Louisiana conservationist magazine July/August 1976
  8. Spirit of Independence booklet
  9. Agridustrial Futruama April 16 – 19, 1970

Envelope containing:

  1. Handwritten notes on scrap and loose paper (2)
  2. Cutout documents on Genealogy (12)
  3. Newspaper clippings on Kentwood Ledger, Local Lore & Legends, O.E.S., various advertisements (25)
  4. Masonic Lodge Hall Summit Mississippi Program 1975
  5. Letter from Bob dated October 10, 1981

 

Folder 11

  1. Typed and photocopied documents on obituaries, Fire Marshall, deaths, Kentwood Connection
  2. Handwritten notes, letters, and cards
  3. Newspaper clippings on semiweekly Journal February 11, 1936, obituaries, fire marshall
  4. Photographs
  5. Ellis P. Rushing Funeral Service program January 2, 2005
  6. Scrapbook pages with various newspaper clippings
  7. Documents on Kentwood Springs Water
  8. Newspaper clippings on Daily Star, Indian mounds, relief society, obituaries
  9. Handwritten notes on scrap paper
  10. How to Wean A Compact by Paul Flowers
  11. Look for the Lollipops by Emma Dean Ricks
  12. Newspaper clippings on Local Lore & Legends and obituaries

 

Folder 12

  1. Handwritten notes on scrap and loose paper
  2. Typed and photocopied documents on First Baptist Church, Alice Honeycutt email
  3. Charles Landrum Salley Funeral Service program February 13, 2010
  4. Photographs
  5. Newspaper clippings on Local Lore & Legends, Weddings, birthdays
  6. Emails from various senders about Landrum Family
  7. Newspaper clippings on obituaries,sports
  8. Photographs Card from Mrs Landrum Salley
  9. “55 Unlimited” Newsletter March 2010
  10. “55 Unlimited” Newsletter February 2010
  11. Typed and photocopied documents
  12. Handwritten notes on scrap and loose paper

 

Folder 13

  1. “Ordination service with Dr Palmer Landrum Salley” cassette
  2. “The Better Resurrection” cassette
  3. “Charles Landrum Salley Memorial Service” cassette
  4. Letters from various senders including Paul Rex, Nell
  5. Newspaper clippings on Local Lore & Legends, obituaries
  6. Printed and photocopied documents
  7. Emails from various senders and Landrum Family

 

Folder 14

  1. Newspaper clippings on restaurants reviews and interviews with various chefs

 

Folder 15

  1. The Primitive Art of Clementine Hunter (2 copies)
  2. Newspaper article- “Local Lore and Legend”-about Natalbany Sawmill, January 10, 2007
  3. The Lifelines of Tangipahoa: An In-depth Study of the Railroads by Thomas Ridgedell. An essay
  4. Handwritten note concerning the Kentwood Depot
  5. Historic Clinton map
  6. Typed letter- “To the District chairman of the Rheumatism Foundation”, from Irene Reid Morris, April 9, 1967
  7. Camellia Chapter Installation, January 6, 1991
  8. Camellia Chapter Instillation of Officers December 15, 1991
  9. United Daughters of the Confederacy, Sons of Confederacy Veterans, Children of the Confederacy Memorial Service June 7, 2008
  10. Typed document about Kentwood Commercial Vol. 18, No. 21, May 9, 1913
  11. Report for Worthy Grand Matron, Pearl S. Holland
  12. C. Miller genealogy notecard
  13. Letter from Dr. Jean Stephenson (DAR)
  14. Letters and notes and speeches on legal paper

 

Folder 16

  1. Letter to post master 1986
  2. Scrapbook pages with Local Lore and Legend and Tales from Tangipahoa newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, and letters (35 pages)

 

Folder 17

  1. Typed document- Name Index from Kentwood library
  2. LA Civil War Records list
  3. Printed documents on the LA Archives, The Legacy Newsletter August 1987
  4. Newspaper clippings including anniversaries, articles about Ship Island, It Is Remembered, Daughters of 1812, Daily Star, Local Lore & Legends, Book of History (14)

Loose in box: Clothwith “Illinois Central” Embroideries (3 items)

 

Box 32

Folder 1: Kentwood, Louisiana: Town and Centennial Information: Newspaper clippings, programs, etc.

  1. “Chamber to hold Centennial meeting.” Unknown newspaper, 1992
  2. “Kentwood Centennial Committte hold meeting.” Unknown newspaper, 1993. 2 copies
  3. “100th Birthday of Kentwood Founder’s Daughter Is Noted.” Tangipahoa Centennial. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  4. “Music Club puts on Centennial program.” Kentwood News, June 11, 1992. 2 copies. Contains photos of members.

 

  1. “Steering Committee names March 15-20 as Centennial Week.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  2. “Randy Konzelman urges residents to maintain enthusiasm for town.” Unknown newspaper, May 1993.
  3. Newspaper advertisement of special event celebrating the centennial anniversary of Kentwood. Includes schedule of events. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  4. “Community Activities.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies. Includes Centennial celebration calendar of events.
  5. “Kentwood Centennial Celebration: Fashion designs of the 1890's. Includes sketch of 2 girls, 1 boy, 1 man, and 1 woman. 2 copies.
  6. Kentwood News, March 18, 1993. First page. Contains article titled: “Kentwood to Celebrate Centennial this Weekend.”
  7. The Kentwood Ledger, March 24, 1993. Front page contains 2 articles about the Centennial Celebration:

   

   1. “Rain dampens Centennial Celebration Saturday.”

  1. “Review of the century preformed for full house.”
  2. “Around Town: Kentwood Celebrating 100 years this weekend. Unknown newspaper, 1993.
  3. “Poster offered for sale.” Hammond (La) Daily Star, March 18, 1993. Pertains to Centennial celebration.
  4. Photo of Kentwood Alderman Ernest Blackman with wife Ferrie Gene in Centennial attire. Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  5. “History of Kentwood.” Based on the History Collection of Irene Reid Morris, town historian. Photocopied page, no date.
  6. “Celebrate the first 100 years.” Information and registration for the Kentwood Centennial Celebration.
  7. Kentwood, Louisiana Centennial Celebration program. “The Historical and Musical Review of the Century!” March 18/19, 1993.
  8. “Discusses Centennial plans with Rotary.” Unknown newspaper, no date. Contains photo of James Allen, President of the Kentwood Rotary Club. 2 copies of photo, one with description.
  9. Tickets to Kentwood Centennial Program. (1890's-1940's). March 18, 1993. Two tickets.
  10. Tickets to Kentwood Centennial Program. (1950's-1990's). March 19, 1993. Two tickets.
  11. Kentwood, Louisiana Centennial Celebration 1893-1993. program. March 15-20, 1993. “Look back and smile at a town worthwhile!” 3 copies.
  12. Kentwood, Louisiana Centennial celebration. Financial papers. Centennial Steering committee. Cash receipts and cash disbursements, January 1992 thru April 3, 1993. First guaranty bank. 14 pages.
  13. Kentwood Centennial Celebration. 1893-1993. Special event. January 16, 1993. Green Flyer, includes schedule of events. 3 copies.
  14. Poster for “The Historical and Musical Review of the Century!”
  15. Single photocopied page with illustrative buttons and title “Belles + Beauxs 1893-1993 Kentwood Centennial.
  16. “Mayoral Proclamation.” Pertains to Belles + Beauxs. (Kentwood Centennial Celebration.) 1 page. By Bobby Gill, Mayor, City of Kentwood.)
  17. Centennial Special Events, Saturday, January 16.” Unknown newspaper, 1993. 2 copies. Contains photos of festivities.
  18. Kentwood Centennial Celebration. “Special Event.” February 13, 1993. 2 copies. Flyer/information sheet.
  19. “The Kentwood Historical Pageant: It was as good as any professional event I have ever seen!”
  20. “Centennial Buttons on Sale.” Unknown newspaper, February 20, 1992. Contains photo of Randy Konzelman, Centennial Chairman, with buttons.
  21. Flyer for “Kentwood, Louisiana, Centennial Celebration.” March 15-20, 1993. Photocopy.
  22. “Saturday events promise much fun.” Unknown newspaper, February 11, 1993. Pertains to Kentwood Centennial Celebration.
  23. “Centennial plans in final stage.” Unknown newspaper, no date. Planning by Kentwood Centennial Committee.
  24. “Marci Hendry to perform at Centennial Festivities.” Unknown newspaper, no date. contains photo.
  25. “Poster on Essay Contest for School Competition.” (For high schoolers.) Pertains to Essay competition w/ Kentwood as the theme for the Kentwood Centennial Celebration.
  26. “A Kentwood Centennial Celebration Event: 1893-1993 Kentwood Time Capsule Burial, April 3, 1993.” Program.
  27. Photo of two women, Barbara Fontenberry and Sara Mae Felder, dressed in historical garb to celebrate the Kentwood Centennial. April 22, 1992.
  28. “Proclamation.” Kentwood News, January 14, 1993. Proclamation from Mayor Bobby Gille asserting stipulations of the Kentwood Centennial celebration and the organization known as “Kentwood Centennial Belles and Beauxs.” Contains photo of mayor and members of the centennial committee.
  29. “Town Centennial Parade Float.” July 23, 2003. From Kentwood Centennial Celebration in 1993. Contains photo of Irene Reid Morris, town historian, on a float for parade.
  30. Page with various newspaper clippings pertaining to the Kentwood Centennial celebration. 4 pages.
  31. “Historical and Musical Review of the Century! March 18th and 19th, 1993.” Contains photo of Bruce Simpson, who portrayed Dr. Brooks of Brooks Scanlon Mill in the Kentwood Centennial celebration. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  32. “Win $100.00.” Contest for oldest bill of sale during Centennial festivities. Unknown newspaper, March 24, 1993.
  33. “Kentwood Centennial Scrapbook. 1893-1993.” Kentwood News, March 25, 1993. Contains collage of pictures from event.
  34. 2 photos from the Kentwood Centennial Celebration of choirs. The Kentwood Ledger, March 24, 1993.
  35. Kentwood Centennial Celebration photo: people portraying early 1900's characters. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  36. Photo of office of The Kentwood Ledger “dressed up” in celebration of the Kentwood Centennial, unknown newspaper, no date.
  37. “Kentwood to kick off Centennial Saturday.” Hammond (La) Daily Star, February 11, 1993.
  38. Photo from performance from Kentwood Centennial. Unknown newspaper, March 24, 1993.
  39. “Randy and Malone Check Centennial Beards.” Unknown newspaper, December 3, 1992. Contains photo of Belles and Beauxs contest for the Kentwood Centennial.
  40. Photo fo time capsule from Kentwood Centennial. Kentwood News, April 8, 1993.
  41. Photo of Harvey Hutchinson and Marie Coon performing at Kentwood Centennial Celebration. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  42. The Kentwood Ledger, Wednesday. March 24, 1993. Photo of various performers at the Kentwood Centennial Celebration.

 

Box 32

Folder 2: Kentwood, Louisiana Information/Kentwood Commercial

  1. Pages with information on Kentwood, Louisiana. Various newsclippings. 3 pages total.
  2. “Grand Marshall Irene Morris waves to the holiday crowd.” For the Kentwood Christmas Parade. Unknown newspaper, December 10, 1992.
  3. “Negro Educator to Retire Seeing Effort Accomplished.” The Times-Picayune, May 18, 1952. Photocopy.
  4. “1st Baptist Church plans 100th birthday this Sunday.” Kentwood News, March 11, 1993.
  5. “Shows picture of CCC Camp.” Photo of Mrs. Irene Morris giving a history talk. Unknown newspaper, January 21, 1993.
  6. “Everyone is Famous for 15 Minutes!” Unknown newspaper, August 26, 1993. Pertains to Marilyn Carlos’s column and history of Kentwood.
  7. “A Look Back at 1993. Kentwood News-Ledger, December 30, 1993. Pertains to events in Kentwood during the year.
  8. List of Kentwood Chamber of Commerce members, 1970. Kentwood Ledger, no date.
  9. “Music club holds business meeting.” Unknown newspaper, April 1993.
  10. The Kentwood Commercial, photocopy. No date. Advertisement for the Norman Pharmacy Company, Limited.
  11. The Kentwood Commercial, photocopy, no date. Advertisement for the Kentwood Hotel.
  12. The Kentwood Commercial, April 1, 1909. Vol 14, no 15. Photocopy. 3 copies.
  13. “The Land of Opportunity.” Advertisements for T.D. Hoskins Real Estate. Negative Photocopy. The Kentwood Commercial, no date.
  14. The Kentwood Commercial, photocopy. No date. Contains information on Fluker, Louisiana. Two copies.
  15. Negative photocopy of page with information on Kentwood, Louisiana, likely from a Pictorial and Industrial Edition of the Kentwood Commercial.
  16. The Kentwood Commercial, photocopy, no date. Various advertisements for regional businesses.
  17. The Kentwood Commercial, original. Pictorial and Industrial Edition. April 1, 1909.

 

Box 32

Folder 3: Kentwood, Louisiana Information/The Kentwood Commercial

  1. Various pages from The Kentwood Commercial, original copies, Tangipahoa Parish. From April 1, 1909, Vol. 14, no. 15. 11 pages.
  2. Various pages from the Pictorial and Industrial Edition of The Kentwood Commercial. Photocopy. 12 pages.
  3. Negative photocopy of page from The Kentwood Commercial, Pictorial and Industrial Edition. No date.
  4. Photocopy from The Kentwood Commercial, pages 22/23, no date.
  5. Page 9 from The Kentwood Commercial, circa 1909.
  6. Miscellaneous pages from a Pictorial and Industrial Edition of The Kentwood Commercial, no date. Original copy. 11 pages.

 

Folder 4: First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana Information

  1. Booklet of Constitution and By-Laws for First Baptist Church, Kentwood. No date. 19 pages, 2 copies.
  2. Booklet of Historical Notes for First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana. 2 Copies. For Baptist Heritage Week, April 20-24, 1964. By Mrs. J.P. Morris Jr.
  3. First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana, Church Directory. October 1, 1977.
  4. First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana, Church Leadership and Calendar of Activities, 1974.
  5. First Baptist Church, Kentwood Louisiana, Church Leadership and Calendar of activities, 1976.
  6. First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana, Church Leadership and Calendar of Activities, 1977-78. 2 Copies.
  7. First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana, Church Leadership and Calendar of Activities, 1978-1979.
  8. First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana, Church Leadership and Calendar of Activities, First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana, 1982-83.

 

Folder 5: First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana/General Baptist Information

  1. Letter to Mr. J.P. Morris, Jr., from Landrum Salley, pastor. March 12, 1957. Pertains to the year’s revival campaign for First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana.
  2. Letter to Sunday School Worker from Ralph Atkinson, associate pastor. March 28, 1957. Pertains to Sunday School attendance at First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana.
  3. The First Baptist Mid-Week Messenger, Vol. 14, No. 4, June 16, 1983. First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana.
  4. Newspaper advertisement for church services. “Revival” with Dr. J Norris Palmer. March 24-31. For First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  5. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Volume 6, 1993.
  6. Deacon Ministries information. Revised March, 1981. 3 pages. Contains list of responsibilities and information on giving to the church.
  7. Letter to Mrs. Irene Morris from Grace Beall, President of the Louisiana Baptist Historical Association. August 2, 1993. Pertains to Morris attaining the status of life member of the association. In original envelope.
  8. Page titled “Program of Challenge.” No date. For First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana. Contains information on finances, Church Expansion, and Churchly responsibilities.
  9. January, 1984 Calendar of events for unlisted Baptist Church. Back Contains suggestions for “Practical Ways to Give at Year End Available to Church Family.”
  10. Page with information on 1982-83 Stewardship Committee: list of members/contact information/Article III, Section 10 of By-Laws. Pertains to committee.
  11. “Just as I am.” Writing of Irene Reid Morris, October, 1993. Contains information on Morris’ life and affiliation with the Baptist religion. 19 pages.
  12. Program for First Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. June 26, 1994.
  13. Pamphlet for “youth Week-a time to lead, a time to learn.” Baptist worship services program, no date.
  14. Letter to Rev. Ben Purvis from J. Polk Morris, chairman of Pulpit Committee. April 16, 1972. Pertains to Purvis serving as Reverend for First Baptist Church of Kentwood, LA. On back of sheet is list of Kentwood Chamber of Commerce, no date.
  15. Invitation statement to J.P. Morris Jr. indicating meeting of Deacons with Brother Ben Purvis, April 9, 1972. Likely for First Baptist church of Kentwood, Louisiana.
  16. Christian Training Diploma awarded to J.P. Morris, Jr. Church study course for teaching and training. February 1961.
  17. “Your Part in Ged’s Miracle of Winning Juniors to Christ.” Pamphlet. By Bobby Trent, Sunday School Department, Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville 3, Tennessee.
  18. Lyrics for “That They May Have New Life.” Tune: “Lead on, O King Eternal.” No author/date listed.
  19. sheet with list of Building Room #, class, teacher. On back is map of buildings. Unknown church.
  20. “Characteristics of My Future Prophet for Our Church.” For unlisted church, no date. Three pages.
  21. “If you Really Care–Shane.” Church Pamphlet.
  22. Program for First Baptist Church, Summit, Mississippi, no date.
  23. Miscellaneous letters pertaining to hiring a new pastor for First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana, 1972. Correspondence between Larry W. Field of First Baptist Church in Summit, Mississippi, and J. Polk Morris and Committee, 1972. From Fields to Morris. 6 pages and copy of envelope.
  24. Letter to Mr. J. Polk Morris, Jr., Chairman of the Pulpit Committee, First Baptist Church, Kentwood Louisiana. From Ray P. Rust of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. January 19, 1972. Pertains to Brother Larry W. Fields.
  25. Letter to Mr. J. Polk Morris, Jr. from Charles A. Loomis. Pertains to Brother Larry W. Fields, January 21, 1972.
  26. Letter to Mr. J. Polk Morris from Malcolm Tolbert regarding Brother Larry W. Fields. January 21, 1972.
  27. Biographical Sketch of Larry W. Fields, no date.
  28. Personal profile of Brother Larry W. Fields from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, no date.
  29. Letter to Brother Larry W. Fields from the pulpit Committee of First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana. February 5, 1972. Pertains to the potential for Fields to serve as pastor in Kentwood.

 

Folder 6: First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana/ General Baptist Information

  1. Undated and unfinished letter to Brother Larry Fields.
  2. Information pertaining to J.P. Miles as Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana, beginning October 1, 1986. Includes information on compensation.
  3. List of potential pastors, undated. Likely for First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana.
  4. Miscellaneous documents detailing Deacon’s meeting, First Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana. 1954-1956. Includes miscellaneous letters, meeting notes, and budget information. 21 pages total.
  5. Miscellaneous pages with information about Reverend Ben Purvis (1971-72). 15 pages.
  6. First Baptist Mid-Week Messenger, Vol. 3, No. 16, April 19, 1972. “Reverend Ben Purvis accepts Call of Church as Pastor.” Kentwood, Louisiana.
  7. Outline for praying to God, no date.
  8. Letter to J.P. Morris, Jr. to Irene Reid Morris, March 25, 1959. Pertains to Sunday School attendance at First Baptist Church in Kentwood, Louisiana.
  9. “To All Department Secretaries and Superintendents.” Age chart for Sunday School placement. No Date.
  10. Information on Homer Ausburn page, Jr., pastor and Schedule of Church events, no date.
  11. Typed page about “fundamental component of a belief in God.” By John Macmurray, Scottish Professor of Philosophy, Creative Society. 1891.

 

Box 33

Folder 1: Baptist Information

  1. Two Rivers Baptist Association, Louisiana. 1984 annual.
  2. Two Rivers Association, Louisiana. 1985 annual.
  3. Baptist Woman’s Missionary Union of Tangipahoa Association, 1914-1964. Records. 3 copies.
  4. 1979 annual Tangipahoa Baptist Association, Louisiana. “Bold Missions While it yet Day.” Directory, by-laws, constitution.

 

Box 33

Folder 2: Information Pertaining to the Civil War/Related Tourist Attractions

  1. Catalogue of the Confederate Museum, Austin, Texas. Includes miscellaneous handwritten notes and pamphlets about Texas.
  2. “Picture it: The Civil War.” Photographic and Informative brochure from the Mississippi Department of Economic and community Development,. 2 copies.
  3. “While in Atlanta visit Stone Mountain.” Brochure/map.
  4. “Virginia’s New Market Battlefield Park.” Brochure.
  5. “Graduate writings of the Civil War of Louisiana colleges and universities.” bibliography compiled by B.L. Morrison, Ph.D. Contains handwritten note about publishing.
  6. “The Civil War Times–Illustrated.” February 1981.
  7. “A Coloring Book of the Civil War.”
  8. “Historic Vicksburg Coloring Book.” Souvenir of Vicksburg, MS.

 

Box 33

Folder 3: More Information Pertaining to the civil War/Related Tourist Attractions

  1. “Louisiana in the Civil War–a Bibliography.” Published by the Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission.
  2. “Old Court House–Vicksburg.” Informative handout.
  3. “Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, New Orleans, Thursday, November 29, 1860.” Rev. B.M. Palmer, D.D. Photography.
  4. “War medals of the Confederacy.” Bauman L. Belden. Photography.
  5. “The Battle of Mansfield Red River Campaign, April 8, 1864. Remembrance/re-enactment staged April 6, 1975, at Mansfield state commemorative area. Program/description. 11 items.
  6. Guide to Civil War sources in the Southeastern Louisiana University Archives. Compiled by J. Beddell Hanchey, Vol. 1, 2nd ed. 1997.
  7. Civil War Uniforms coloring book, Peter F. Copeland.
  8. “Corinth, Mississippi a Southern Crossroad. Pamphlet.
  9. “Magnolia Cemetery.” mailing pamphlet.
  10. “Galena, Illinois: The Town That Time Forgot.” By Thomas O’Neill.
  11. “Louisiana 1861-1961: Civil War Centennial.” Pamphlet/map.
  12. “Welcome to Camp Moore, Louisiana Commemorative Area.” Pamphlet.
  13. "Chronology of Events...during the Red River Campaign...1864." Pamphlet. Compiled by Alonzo Plummer, Mansfield Battle Park. 4 copies.

 

Box 34

Folder 1: More Information Pertaining to the Civil War/Related Tourist Attractions 

  1. “James William Nicholson, 1844-1917.” Information/history. 2 pages.
  2. “The Third Battle of Baton Rouge, August 5, 1862.” Information/history. 3 pages.
  3. “Why Some are attacking the flags.” Mailing pamphlet.
  4. “How Can A Just God Justify Sinners?” Includes information on the Civil War.
  5. Card with illustration of Camp Moore, 1861. From the confederate Cemetery and Museum in Tangipahoa, Louisiana.
  6. “The Civil War in Tangipahoa Parish.” Part 5. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  7. “The Civil War in Tangipahoa Parish.” The End. Unknown newspaper, June 29, 1983.
  8. “McGinty.” Information on General Allen, Governor of Shreveport.
  9. “UDC Chapter 2314.” Unknown newspaper, February 5, 1997.
  10. “Local Lore + Legend.” Kentwood News-Ledger, Thursday, August 25, 1994. 2 photocopies in envelope from Louisiana College.
  11. “Dedication of Allen Statue is Confederate memorial Day Highlight for BR Area.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  12. “New Orleans Sculptor to do Henry Watkins Allen Statue.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  13. “Mrs. Wilkinson III to Give Talk Saturday on Henry Watkins Allen.” The Morning Advocate, March 30, 1960..
  14. “They Built Louisiana.” New Orleans’ Times-Picayune, July 12, 1942. Pertains to Henry Watkins Allen.
  15. Louisiana History Series.” The Kentwood Commercial, no date. Pertains to Governor Henry Watkins Allen. 2 Copies.
  16. “portrait of Allen– Long-Forgotten Man.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  17. “Memory of General Allen.” Unknown newspaper, August 11, 1957.
  18. “Henry Allen’s Role in La. History Told.” New Orleans’ Times-Picayune, June 3, 1963.
  19. “Statue Unveiled.” By Carol Seip. Pertains to Governor Henry Watkins Allen. Unknown source, no date.
  20. Letter to Dr. H.T. Karnes from Mrs. Irene R. Morris, May 23, 1974. Pertains to the Civil War, a confederate museum, and James W. Nicholson.

 

Folder 2: Weather Information

  1. The National Cooperative Adviser, Fall 1992, Volume 10, Number 1. Miscellaneous pages.
  2. Storm Surge and Hurricane Safety, with North Atlantic Tracking Chart.
  3. Climatological Data annual summary. Louisiana 1991. Volume 96, number 13.
  4. Climatological Data. Louisiana August 1992. Volume 97, number 8.
  5. Climatological Data. Louisiana, September 1992. Volume 97, number 9.
  6. Climatological Data. Louisiana, October 1992. Volume 97, number 10.

 

Folder 3: Miscellaneous Newspaper-Magazines, circa early half of the twentieth century

  1. Liberty, July 9, 1932. Miscellaneous pages.
  2. McCall’s Magazine, May 1917. Miscellaneous pages.
  3. McCall’s Magazine, April, 1915. Miscellaneous pages.

 

Folder 4: The Independent/The Century Magazine

  1. The Independent, January 11, 1912. Miscellaneous pages.
  2. The Independent, June 13, 1912. Miscellaneous pages.
  3. The Century Magazine, no date. Miscellaneous pages.

 

Folder 5: Around Kentwood, Thru the Years, It is Remembered, and other books.

  1. Report of the Director of the Bureau of Safety in regards to investigation of an accident which occurred on the Illinois Central Railroad at Tangipahoa, La, on May 18, 1930. June 17, 1930. Photocopy. 7 pages.
  2. Photocopy of handwritten information pertaining to an unlisted dated railroad accident. 2 pages.
  3. Faded photocopy with miscellaneous handwritten notes. Photo is of Isaiah Frank Peavey and Nancy Day Nannie Hutchinson, no date.
  4. “Thru the Years is published.” News Digest. February 25, 1966.
  5. “Thru the Years is published.” The St. Helena Echo, February 18, 1966.
  6. “Mrs. Irene R. Morris Writes Book of History.” McComb Enterprise-Journal, February 12, 1968.
  7. Excerpt from the Shreveport Journal, December 19, 1967. Pertains to publications of Irene Reid Morris.
  8. “Ancestor Hunting–reader provides column with Expeditionary Roll.” The Shreveport Journal, May 10, 1966.
  9. “Mrs. Morris Publishes Book of Family Records.” The Daily Star, February 22, 1966. 3 Copies.
  10. “Over the Tea Cup.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  11. “‘Thru the Years’ by Mrs. Morris is published.” Tangi Talk, February 23, 1966. 3 copies.
  12. “Be it Known and Remembered, New book for area.” The Kentwood Ledger, December 7, 1967.
  13. “Louisiana Book Tells Southern Histories.” Jackson Daily News, March 10, 1966.
  14. Newspaper advertisement for Irene Reid Morris’s Around Kentwood. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  15. Ledger book with miscellaneous purchase entries and notes, including information pertaining to book publishing.
  16. Handwritten notes for review Irene Reid Morris’s Thru the Years by a librarian. 4 pages.
  17. Miscellaneous sales list for books by Irene Reid Morris, 1965. 8 pages.

 

Folder 6: Purchase Orders, Invoices, Letters

  1. Miscellaneous purchase orders, invoices, and letters pertaining to various books by Irene Reid Morris. Circa 1960's. 47 items.

 

Folder 7: Purchase Orders, Invoices, Letters

  1. Miscellaneous purchase orders, invoices, and letters pertaining to various books by Irene Reid Morris. Circa 1960's. 69 items.

 

Folder 8: Greeting Cards/Letters/Invitations

  1. Various greeting cards/letters/invitations to/from Irene Reid Morris and family. 36 items.

 

Box 35 

Folder 1: Miscellaneous Handwritten Notes         

  1. Miscellaneous handwritten notes of Irene Reid Morris. 34 items.

 

Folder 2: Letters/Cards

  1. Various letters and cards to/from Irene Reid Morris. 32 items.

 

Folder 3: Community Events/Happenings/History

  1. “Jesus is Lord.” Program. First Baptist church, April 12-15, 1992.
  2. “Going to Jackson,” By Jamie Wax. Program. April 1, 1992. 2 copies, one with newspaper excerpt.
  3. Program for the Episcopal High School Band’s spring concert. May 6, 1992.
  4. “Dial M. for Murder.” Program. April 1992. Columbia Theater.
  5. Flyer for “Dial M for Murder.”
  6. “Exploring the three-chop trail: The Way West Into U.S. Territories of Mississippi.”
  7. “Historic siege commemorated. Spanish captured Baton Rouge Fort 230 years ago.” Unknown newspaper, September 24, 2009.
  8. “Louisiana premier.” National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Fall 2009.
  9. Partial booklet, no name or date, pertaining to events/history of Kentwood and surrounding areas.
  10. Guide to pronunciation of local names and places in the Baton Rouge area.
  11. “The Piney Woods People.” Photographic exhibition.
  12. Page titled “Louisiana Words.” Unknown source, no date.
  13. “a-b-c’s of Electricity.” America’s Chief Source of Power. By Louisiana Power + Light Company Booklet. 1961.
  14. Historic Roads of Virginia.” the Route of the Three Notch’d Road: A Preliminary Report. By Nathaniel Mason Pawlett + Howard/ January 1976. Booklet.
  15. NACCCA Journal, Vol. 10, no. 12. December 1987.
  16. “Jesus is Lord.” Musical drama scripture, no date.

 

Folder 4: Order of the Eastern Star Documents/Programs

  1. “District Deputy Grand Matron to visit Ira #84.” Kentwood News, April 16, 1992.
  2. Program for the official visit: District Deputy Grand Matron. Frances M. Gay. May 8, 1992. Eleanor Chapter #105.
  3. Official visit of Mrs. Frances Gay, District Deputy Grand Matron. District No,. 23, April 16, 1992.
  4. Program for the official visit of Frances M. Gay, District Deputy Grand Matron. Fern Leaf Chapter no. 24. May 11, 1992. 2 pages.
  5. ½ page: “Official visit District Deputy Grand Matron. Frances M. Gay, April 14, 1992. Camellia Chapter #142.” On back is poem titled “a winner’s creed.”

 

Folder 5: More Miscellaneous Letters/Notes

  1. Miscellaneous letters and notes to/from Irene Reid Morris and family. 27 Items.

 

Folder 6: Miscellaneous Cultural/Community Events Items

  1. Program for basketball extravaganza, Hammond High School, November 9, 1985.
  2. “Would you Be a Better Person?” Pamphlet by Ross V. Hersey. 2 copies.
  3. “Casual Living.” Flyer. Hammond Square Mall Event. march 21, 1979. 3 copies. Contains notes on back.
  4. “Camellia Chapter No. 142 Oes.” Installation of Officers brochure. December 15, 1991.
  5. “America’s antique city, Ponchatoula, Louisiana.” Pamphlet.
  6. Page with information about the L.O. Crosby, Jr., Memorial lectures on: “The Piney Woods: A Human Perspective.” March 29-31, 1984. 2 pages.
  7. “New Mexico: The Sunshine State.” 1932 road map.
  8. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Visitor’s map.
  9. Kentwood Baptist Church school reports. 5 pages.
  10. Mississippi gulf coast travel brochure.
  11. Kentwood City Hall election information. August 166, 1976. From Nicholas A. Saladino, Mayor.
  12. Advertisement for the Kansas City meat market. 2 Photocopies.

 

Folder 6: The Scottish Rite Journal (Freemason)

  1. January 1990
  2. February 1990
  3. March 1990
  4. April 1990
  5. June 1990
  6. July 1993, 2 copies
  7. August 1993
  8. September 1993

 

Box 36

Folder 1: The Scottish Rite Journal (Freemason)

  1. October 1993
  2. November 1993
  3. December 1993
  4. January 1994
  5. March 1994
  6. May 1994
  7. December 1994
  8. January 1995
  9. March 1995
  10. April 1995
  11. July 1995

 

Folder 2: The Scottish Rite Journal (Freemason)

  1. August 1995
  2. September 1995
  3. October 1995
  4. November 1995
  5. December 1995
  6. January 1996
  7. February 1996
  8. March 1996
  9. April 1996
  10. May 1996

 

Folder 3: The Baton Rouge Scottish Rite Trestleboard

  1. November 1983. Front page. Partial.
  2. August 19854. Front page. Partial. 3 copies.
  3. October 1984
  4. June 1985
  5. November 1985
  6. December 1985
  7. October 1989
  8. March 1990, front page.
  9. April 1990.
  10. May 1990.
  11. May 1992.
  12. September 1992
  13. March 1995
  14. April 1995
  15. May 1995
  16. June 1995
  17. July 1995
  18. September 1995
  19. December 1995
  20. January 1996
  21. November 1998
  22. December 1998
  23. January 1999
  24. March 1999
  25. May 1999
  26. July 1999
  27. September 1999
  28. November 1999
  29. January-February 2001
  30. January-February 2003
  31. May-June 2004
  32. November-December 2004
  33. March-April 2006

 

Folder 4: Miscellaneous Freemason Newsletters

  1. CIS Quarterly Report, June 1995
  2. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, April 1987. First page.
  3. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, August 1987. First page.
  4. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, July 1995.
  5. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, September 1995. 2 copies.
  6. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, August 1997.
  7. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, August 1998.
  8. The Sprig: Acacia temple News, November 1998.
  9. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, January 1999.
  10. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, March 1999.
  11. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, February 1999. First page.
  12. The Masonic Herald, July 1995.
  13. The Masonic Herald, August 1995.
  14. The Masonic Herald, November 1995.
  15. The Masonic Herald, December 1995.
  16. The Masonic Herald, January 1996.
  17. Order of the Amaranth Newsletter, June 1995.
  18. The Louisiana Freemason, Spring 1985.
  19. The Louisiana Freemason, May 1980.
  20. The Louisiana Freemason, Winter 1985.
  21. The Louisiana Freemason, Spring 1987. First page.
  22. the Louisiana Freemason, Summer 1987, first page.
  23. The Louisiana Freemason, Summer 1985.
  24. The Louisiana Freemason, 1988.
  25. The Louisiana Freemason, 1989.

 

Folder 5: Miscellaneous Freemason-Related Newsletter Articles

  1. Various Freemason-related newsletter articles, circa 1980's + 1990's. Various sources. 217 items.

 

Folder 6: Miscellaneous Freemason Pamphlets/Programs/Reports/Information

  1. The Short Talk Bulletin. “The Significant Numbers.” Part 1, September 1956.
  2. The Short Talk Bulletin. “Hark! There is an Alarm.” Part 1 April 1971.
  3. The Short Talk Bulletin. “Why Didn’t They Advance?” May 1971.
  4. The Short Talk Bulletin. “The Significance of a Hand.” Part I. June 1971.
  5. The Short Talk Bulletin.” Masonry at its Finest.” July 1971.
  6. The Short talk Bulletin. “Our Life Has Foundations.” Part I. September 1971.
  7. The Short Talk Bulletin. “Ideas: A Part of the Problem.” Part I. October 1971.
  8. The Short Talk Bulletin. “The Heart of the Fraternity.” December 1971.
  9. The Short Talk Bulletin, February 1972.
  10. “Michigan Masonic Home.” Pamphlet. No date. 2 copies.
  11. “Catalog: Publication and Materials of the Masonic Service Association of the United States and the Masonic Information Center.” January 1996.
  12. “There is no Sin in Symbols.” Masonic information center pamphlet. 2 copies.
  13. “The Shrine Rooms.” Alexandria, Virginia. Pamphlet.
  14. “George Washington Masonic National Memorial.” 1976. 2 Copies.
  15. “Your Search for Masonic Light.” Entered apprentice degree. 1953.
  16. “Your Search for Masonic Light.” Preparation. 1978.
  17. 1984 fall reunion, Baton Rouge Scottish Rite. Program.
  18. 1989 Spring reunion, Baton Rouge Scottish Rite. Program.
  19. “Your Personal masonic Library.” May 2, 1949. Booklet.
  20. The Grand Chapter of Mississippi Order of the Eastern Star. “The Lamb of God Session.” Eighty-Second Annual session. Jackson, Mississippi, April 18, 19, 20, 1988.
  21. By-Laws of Baton Rouge Lodge of Perfection, Baton Rouge Chapter of Rose Croix, Baton Rouge Council of Kadosh, Baton Rouge consistory, and general information of the ancient and accepted Scottish Rite of Fremasonry. Valley of Batyon Rouge, Orient of Louisiana.

 

Box 37

Folder 1: Miscellaneous Freemason Pamphlets/Programs/Reports/Information

  1. “Things You Should Know about Masonry.” Handout. 2 copies.
  2. “A Personal message to a Special Friend.” Pertains to Masonry.
  3. Baton Rouge Scottish Rite. General information. 1988.
  4. Program for the 152nd annual Grand communication. The Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana. February 4 and 5, 1963.
  5. Ladies program for the 174th annual communication of the M:W Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Louisiana. James M. Walley, Grand Master. February 3, 4, and 5, 1985.
  6. “Shhhhh...There are Children in the Temple. Children are just Little People.” By William A. Brown. 1973.
  7. 1972 annual reports of officers of the Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana. 161st annual grand communication. February 7 + 8, 1972.
  8. “Committees and Boards of the Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana.” 1971.
  9. “Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the State of Louisiana.” 50th annual Grand convocation, February 9 and 10, 1897.”
  10. “Open Dedication of Albany Lodge No. 466, Hwy. 190 West, Albany, Louisiana, January 19, 1986.” Partial Program.
  11. Centennial: Michigan Masonic Home. Answers to Commonly asked questions regarding the Michigan Masonic Home. Revised May 1990.
  12. Invitation for the 175th annual communication, February 10 and 11, 1986.
  13. Program for Presentation of Charter, Milford Lodge, No. 117. September 29, 1985, 2 copies.
  14. Program for award presentation, Kentwood Masonic Lodge No. 248. April.
  15. Program for awards presentation, Kentwood masonic Lodge No. 248. November 14, 1985. 2 Copies.
  16. Program for awards presentation, Kentwood Masonic Lodge No. 248 May 14, 1987.
  17. Program for awards presentation, Kentwood Masonic Lodge No. 248. April 24, 1988.
  18. “A Rose Upon the Altar.” Scottish Rite Temple. Scottish Rite Temple. October 28, 1988.
  19. “Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite” Valley of Baton Rouge installation of officers, 1988. Program. 
  20. Program for Amite City Lodge #175 annual installation of officers. December 8, 1996.
  21. “To a Non-Mason: You Must Seek Masonic Membership.” Booklet, no date.
  22. Program for presentation of Honesty and Integrity awards. Center Lodge No. 244. March 19, 1987.

 

Folder 2: Various Freemason Booklets

  1. The New Age Magazine, December 1982.
  2. The New Age Magazine, May 1985.
  3. The New Age Magazine, August 1984.
  4. The New Age Magazine, April 1989.
  5. Knight Templar, October 1992.
  6. Knight Templar, April 1994.
  7. Louisiana State Chapter Orders of Demolay Conclave 1993. R. Scott Turner, State Master Councilor.
  8. The Scottish Rite, October 1980.
  9. The Scottish Rite, February 1981.
  10. The Scottish Rite, March 1981.

 

Folder 3: Miscellaneous Freemason Material

  1. 1981 Fall Reunion , Baton Rouge Scottish Rite. October 10-11 and October 31-November 1. 55th Reunion. Program/list of names.
  2. Albert Pike, Sovereign Grand Commander, 1859-1891 pamphlet/book. Published by the Supreme Council. 33 Degree. April 1986.
  3. “The Official Gettysburg Masonic Memorial Monument Commemorative Collection” Booklet. The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Southern Jurisdiction USA to Support the Masonic Monument at Gettysburg National Military Park. Pamphlet/order form. no date.
  4. Istrouma Lodge No. 414 widows night. Guest Speaker, Irene Morris. March 17, 1990. Pamphlet. 4 pages. 2 copies
  5. “Centennial Celebration: 1866 Amite City Lodge No. 175 F + A.M. 1996.” Program. 3 copies.
  6. “Masonic Monitor of the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason.” By George Thourbourgh, 1903, 1909.

 

Folder 4: Miscellaneous Freemason Material

  1. “The Truth Shall Make You Free.” Booklet. Published by the Supreme Council, 33 degree. No date.
  2. “History of the Beginnings of Kentwood Lodge #248. Free and accepted Masons of Louisiana.” 12 pages. Contains various handwritten edits.
  3. Order of the Amaranth Lake Charles Court No. 7. June 27, 1995. 2 pages.
  4. Kentwood Lodge No. 248, officers and committees for 1987. 3 copies.
  5. Letter from H.A. Yarbrough, Jr., Worshipful Master, to members of Lodge 248. November 30, 1983. 2 copies. Contains handwritten notes.
  6. Blank form thank-you letter for donations to Kentwood Lodge No. 248. No date.
  7. Letter from Ed. McGehee, WM, to “Dear Brother.” Pertains to dues/events in 1987.
  8. Letter from Finance committee of Kentwood Lodge No.. 248 to “Dear Brother.” November 27, 1969. Pertains to progress of lodge.
  9. “Suggestions to consider/” 15 suggestions about spreading public understanding about Masonry. No date.
  10. Kentwood Lodge No. 248. List of Worshipful Masters, Treasurers, and Secretaries, 1894-1935.
  11. The Sprig: Acacia Temple News, July 1987.
  12. “Master Masons’ Widows.” August 22, 1992. Program/menu.

 

Folder 5: Miscellaneous Freemason Material

  1. “Southern California Research Lodge.” Information sheet on locations of Masonic books in public libraries.
  2. 1982 Proceedings of the Grand Lodge. Pages 110-111. 2 copies.
  3. Lodge achievement award requirements
  4. Page 43 of the proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Mississippi.
  5. Letter from “Day” in Kuwait to “Jim.” October 11, 1963. Handwritten. 4 pages. Pertains to Masonic matters/membership.
  6. “The Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana.” Itineraries February-March 1987 for Grand Master, Deputy Grand Master, Grand Senior Warden, and Grand Junior Warden.
  7. Letter from “Ray” to “Brother Morris.” September 6, 1962.
  8. Miscellaneous Masonic records/letters, circa 1960s-1980s. 15 pages.
  9. Miscellaneous articles from New Age Magazine, no date. 8 pages.
  10. “Amite City Lodge No. 175 and Camellia Chapter No. 142, O.E.S. Hold Joint Dedication.” Unknown source, no date.
  11. “Temple Sale is Ok’d.” Real Estate, February 6, 1982.
  12. “Eupora Mason Lodge Hall Remodelled; Prominent Members See 18 Get Degrees.” Unknown source, no date.
  13. “Masons.” Partial article. The Webster Progress, no date.
  14. “Masons of Hope Lodge in Lafayette Mark centennial.” Unknown source, no date.
  15. “145 Years of Free Masonry in Missouri.” St. Louis Globe Democrat, September 24 and 25, 1966.
  16. “Macedonia Lodge #174 Wishful Master Alton Cook and Secretary Mike Kazerooni with raffle winner Harry Williams. Unknown source, April 3, 1997.
  17. “Mason Lodge #96 presents Braille writer.” April 30, 1997. Unknown source. Contains photos.
  18. “Official visit of Linda Catlin, District Deputy Grand matron.” District NO. 23. IRA No. 84 Order of the Eastern Star, Kentwood, LA. May 3, 1990. Program.
  19. Letter from Laura Jane C. Zuave to “Dear Flock and Pride.” September 1997. Contains information about chapters/events/fundraisers.
  20. “Freemasons Lifting the Veil of Arcana.” Unknown source, no date.
  21. “Address to candidate on Receiving the Third Degree.” By Ellwood C. Wilder, Past Master. Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. 1927.
  22. “Does the Catholic Church denounce the Masons?” The Bayou Catholic, January 14, 1987.

 

Folder 6: Miscellaneous Freemason Material

  1. Invitation for the “Live, Love, and Laugh with Humor the Southern Style.” (Louisiana members of the Order of the Eastern Star.) September 20, 1997.
  2. “To a Non-Mason: You Must Seek Membership.” by Henry Clausen, 33 Degree. Pamphlet.
  3. The Baton Rouge Scottish Rite Trestleboard. April 1984.
  4. “Various Colors of Scottish Rite Caps Explained.” October 1980.
  5. “The Lodge Where I Belong.” Poem.
  6. Letter from A. Edmond Hays, Jr. to “Dear Committee.” June 5, 1995. Pertains to meeting in Alexandria.
  7. Letter from Laura Jane C. Matron to “dear Brothers and Sisters.” September 16, 1997. Pertains to finances of lodge.
  8. The Louisiana Freemason, January 1971,
  9. Invitation to the 23rd annual banquet honoring the Widows of the Blue Lodge Masons. August 22, 1992.
  10. Address to candidate on Receiving the Third Degree.
  11. Invoice of Irene Reid Morris, May 14, 1996. From Masonic Information Center.
  12. Letter from Ruth P. Levy to “Dear Brother,” Associate Grand Matron. Pertains to election and fundraising.
  13. Card certifying J. Polk Morris was appointed to serve as Chairman District 23 Knights Templar Eye Foundation. 1990-91.
  14. “Welcome to Cajun Country.” District 25 invitation to official visit from Mrs. Ruth P. Levy, worthy Grand Matron. August 4, 1990.
  15. “Spring Creek F +AM elect officers.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  16. Invitation/reminder for Masonic meeting July 24, 1962 for Pine Grove Lodge, No. 288.
  17. Letter from Joye Denny, Worthy Grand Matron, to O.E.S. Sisters, May 5, 1995. Pertains to meeting/chapter events.
  18. Letter from A. Edmond Hays, Jr, April 26, 1995. Pertains to membership in masons.
  19. “Our Caps...What they mean.”
  20. Kentwood Lodge No. 248 list of Officers, no date.
  21. Letter from Stacy I. Jones to “Dear Brother.” December 12, 1986. Invitation for annual K.C.C.H Dinner for members and spouses. Contains various handwritten notes.
  22. Page with Masonic symbol.
  23. Miscellaneous notes pertaining to Masonry. 2 pages. Handwritten.
  24. Enveope from the Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana to J. Polk Morris, Jr. Contains various items: Miscellaneous Ponchatoula Homestead Association, Inc. December 31, 1985, and a miscellaneous telegram regarding Police Jury to Morris.
  25. “Alabama 88th annual Blue Skies of Happiness Session.” Contains: “The Lambskin or White Leather Apron.” New Age Magazine, July 1, 1989, Envelope of Louisiana Freemasonry Bicentennial of USA Celebration, and a miscellaneous thank-you card.
  26. Mason symbol with “Supreme Council 33 degree S.J. USA Scottish Rite of Freemasonry listed underneath.
  27. Miscellaneous photo of Mason/family, no date. (Mrs. Ray W. Burgess M:W: Ray W. Burgess, P.G.M while daughter Trudy Sanders and Grand Master Bradley.)
  28. “The Supreme Council: Mother Council of the World of the thirty-third and last degree.” No date. Contains information about special Mason credit cards.
  29. Page with St. Matthew 5:15-16 listed.
  30. Envelope from Scottish Rite Masonic Temple to James P. Morris, Jr. 32 degree KCCH. Contains the following: “attitude” cardstock encouraging positivity, a CN studio tour pamphlet, a miscellaneous check for various Mason purchases, notecards pertaining to Freemasonry, 178th annual communication card, and a program for Brethren, 1989.

 

Folder 7: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. The Kentwood Ledger, March 17, 1993. Full newspaper.
  2. The Kentwood Ledger, March 24, 1993. Full newspaper.
  3. “Republic of West Florida was ‘us.’” Kentwood Ledger, August 31, 1998.
  4. “‘Angel’ in the House Donates Rare Collection to Tulane.” The Times-Picayune, December 11, 1966.
  5. “The Old French Opera House: New Orleans’ Pride.” Dixie, September 14, 1969.
  6. “Eleven ‘Wonders’ of the New Orleans French Quarter.” The Times-Picayune, January 12, 1969.
  7. “Old N.O. Mint Returned to Mint Condition.” The Times-Picayune, November 4, 1979.
  8. “Algiers Point Theme Park May Be Built.” The Times-Picayune/The States Item. June 17, 1980.
  9. “Fannie and her house guests.” The States-Item, March 15, 1977.
  10. “Sulking madame changes history.” The States-Item, March 15, 1977.
  11. “The Kings of Cotton.” The States-Item, March 14, 1977.
  12. “The Warriors.” The States-Item, March 10, 1977.
  13. “Charles Gayarre– an Early Historian.” Unknown Source, January 10, 1977.
  14. “Prohibition, Oswald, Lyndon subjects of historical talks.” The News Digest, March 9, 1978.
  15. “Owners of a folly-Rob and Burnside.” The States-Item. March 9, 1977.
  16. “Lt. Col Kit Kuss, M.D., Named Family Physician of the Year.” Unknown newspaper, April 21, 1994.
  17. “Couple Wed in Ceremony at McComb First Baptist Church.” Unknown newspaper, April 28, 1994. 2 Copies.
  18. “Local Girls Win First in Talent at Strawberry Festival.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  19. “Arlan Blackwell Visits Broyles.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  20. Local Lore and Legend, April 21, 1994. 3 copies.
  21. Local Lore and Legend, April 28, 1994. 2 copies.
  22. “Kentwood Music Club Enjoys St. Patrick’s Day Program.” Unknown newspaper, April 7, 1994. 2 copies
  23. “Community Gardenettes Install New Officers for 1994-1995.” Unknown newspaper, April 7, 1994.
  24. Front page of Kentwood News, March 5, 1992.
  25. Partial front page of The Kentwood Ledger, February 12, 1992.
  26. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood Ledger, February 19, 1992.

 

Folder 8: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles      

  1. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood Ledger, January 1, 1992. 2 copies.
  2. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood Ledger, March 4, 1992. 2 copies.
  3. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood Ledger, January 2, 1992.
  4. “UDC Plans Robert E. Lee Luncheon.” Kentwood News, January 2, 1992. 3 copies.
  5. “Re-enactment at Camp Moore.” Kentwood News, February 20, 1992.
  6. Local Lore and Legend, January 23, 1992. 2 copies.
  7. Local Lore and Legend, February 20, 1992. 3 copies.
  8. Local Lore and Legend, February 13, 1992. 3 copies.
  9. “Kenneth Bridges Grand Marshal of Dairy Festival Parade.” The Kentwood Ledger, May 20, 1992.
  10. Local Lore and Legend, April 2, 1992. 3 copies.
  11. Front page of Kentwood News, March 5, 1992.
  12. “centennial Committee holds meeting.” Unknown newspaper, February 26, 1992.
  13. Miscellaneous obituaries, Kentwood News-Ledger, May 12, 1994.
  14. “Gretchen Magee Named to SLU Hall of Fame.” Unknown newspaper, May 19, 1994. 2 copies.
  15. Local Lore and Legend, May 12, 1994. 2 copies.
  16. “Christiana Lee Quin Named 1994 Kentwood Dairy Queen.” Unknown newspaper, May 12, 1994.
  17. “Kentwood High School 1940 graduates hold reunion.” The Kentwood Newspaper, May 13, 1994.
  18. “Hidden House.” The Times-Picayune: Key to Better Living. December 29, 1979.
  19. Miscellaneous articles pertaining to the Venable House. 1994. Includes miscellaneous handwritten notes and a program for the dedication of the house.
  20. “Club meets in Varnado Home.” Pertains to the Kentwood Music Club. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  21. “The Pen, or the Sword.” Kentwood News-Ledger, April 28, 1994.
  22. Local Lore and Legend, May 14, 1992. 3 copies.
  23. “Norman Pharmacy, circa 1906.” January 2, 1992.
  24. Miscellaneous obituaries, The Kentwood News-Ledger, no date.
  25. Miscellaneous photos from the Camp Moore Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.” Kentwood News-Ledger, April 28, 1994. 2 copies.
  26. “Echoes of the past.” By Marylin Crawford. April 28, 1994. 2 copies.
  27. Local Lore and Legend, May 19, 1994.
  28. Local Lore and Legend, February 5, 1992.
  29. Local Lore and Legend, February 27, 1992. 3 copies.
  30. “Drusilla’s Restaurant Slated For Kentwood.” Unknown newspaper, May 19, 1994.
  31. “Christiana Lee Quin Named 1994 Kentwood Dairy Queen.” Unknown newspaper, May 12, 1994.
  32. “Kentwood Music Club Installs New officers.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  33. “Plans continue for Kentwood’s Centennial.” Unknown newspaper, February 27, 1992.
  34. “Music Club Opens New Season.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  35. “Jennie Alford Selected Cheerleader at Louisiana College.” Kentwood News, May 28, 1992. 2 copies.
  36. Local Lore and Legend, February 26, 1992. 3 copies. The Kentwood Ledger.
  37. “Jennie Alford/Local Lore and Legend. Kentwood News. May 28, 1992.
  38. “When did electricity come to Kentwood?” Kentwood News, may 28, 1992. 2 copies.
  39. “One Place Has it All–the classifieds.” Kentwood News, May 14, 1992.
  40. Centennial day set for March 20, 1993. Unknown newspaper, May 20, 1993.
  41. Local Lore and Legend,” May 21, 1992. 3 copies.
  42. “Geraldean Sanders Honored.” Spring Creek News. March 5, 1992.
  43. “La Guarconniere–a delight.W” Letters to the Editor.” The St. Charles Herald. April 23, 1992.
  44. Local Lore and Legend. May 27, 1992. 2 copies.
  45. “Tells of Super Radio System to be Installed by LP + L in Near Future.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  46. Local Lore and Legend, May 12, 1994. 2 copies.
  47. “Bell South to Build $1,200,000 Tower Here.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  48. “Kentwood Historical Museum to Promote Art.” Kentwood News Ledger, May 12, 1994. 3 copies.
  49. Local Lore and Legend, May 28, 1992.
  50. “Diane Gill Joins Health Center Staff.” Unknown newspaper, no date,.
  51. “Legal Proceedings Town of Kentwood.” Unknown newspaper, May 5, 1994.
  52. “Kentwood Garden Club to Update Onlookers.” Unknown newspaper, no date.

aaa.      Local Lore and Legend, February 12, 1992.

bbb.     “‘Country Music in the USA’ Presented at Music Club Meeting.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.

ccc.      “Music Club Meets in Coon Home.” Unknown newspaper, no date.

ddd.    “Presents New Charter: Billy Michon, District Governor for Rotary District 6840, presented members of the club a duplicate of their Charter last week at the club’s regular meeting at the civic center.” Unknown newspaper, April 2, 1992.

 

Box 38

Folder 1: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. Local Lore and Legend, April 8, 1992. 2 Copies.
  2. Local Lore and Legend, no date.
  3. Local Lore and Legend, March 26, 1992.
  4. Local Lore and Legend, February 12, 1992.
  5. “Drusilla’s Restaurant Slated for Kentwood.” Kentwood News-Ledger, May 19, 1994.
  6. “Ann Morris is Cooking Up Something Really Good for the Kentwood Centennial.” Pertains to the Kentwood Centennial Cookbook. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  7. “Whend did electricity come to Kentwood?” Unknown newspaper, May 28, 1992.
  8. Local lore and Legend, no date. 2 copies.
  9. Local Lore and Legend, November 12, 1992.
  10. “DDGM Frances Gay Visits IRA Chapter.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  11. “Fashions and times have changed greatly.” Unknown newspaper, March 5, 1992. 3 copies.
  12. Local Lore and Legend. May 13, 1992.
  13. “Reverend Frankie Walker is pictured with Mrs. Cecile Alford’s Fourth Grade Class at Spring Creek Elementary.” Unknown newspaper, September 16, 1992. 2 copies.
  14. Miscellaneous obituaries, Kentwood News-Ledger, April 28, 1994.
  15. “With BeignetsYou Get History.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  16. “Local Rotary Club 56 Years Old.” Kentwood News-Ledger, March 25, 1992. 2 copies.
  17. “Echoes of the Past.” May 12, 1992. 3 copies.
  18. “N.O. Architecture Series Urges Restoration By Analogy.” The Times-Picayune, October 26, 1980.
  19. “Echoes of the Past.” By Marylin Crawford. April 21, 1994. Unknown newspaper.
  20. “The Cookin’ Corner.” By Hazel Morris. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  21. “N.O., Louisiana Works Acquired.” The Times-Picayune, March 24, 1974.
  22. “Kentwood Prepares for Centennial.” Unknown newspaper, February 11, 1992.
  23. “Halimah Chapter to meet January 25.” The Kentwood Ledger, no date.
  24. “Deep in Dixie: Feuding Over the Fever.” The Times-Picayune, January 24, 1954.
  25. “Area Members Attend Eastern Star Grand Chapter.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  26. “Jodi Klein Wins First Place in Talent Show.” Unknown newspaper, April 7, 1994.
  27. Community Gardenettes Install New Officers for 1994-95.” Kentwood News-Ledger, April 7, 1994.
  28. Local Lore and Legend, May 19, 1994.
  29. “Centennial Committee Holds Meeting.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  30. “Art: Visiting the Fantasy World of Boyd Cruise.” The States-Item, December 7, 1976.
  31. “Mithras Royalty.” Photo. Unknown newspaper, February 17, 1979.
  32. “Kentwood Music Club Installs New Officers.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  33. “Perez files Chapter 7.” Unknown newspaper, July 25, 1987.
  34. Local Lore and Legend, April 8, 1992.
  35. “Wyes Salutes Gallier House: A House Full of History.” Unknown newspaper magazine, no date.
  36. “The kentwood Development Committee hard at work pruning and staking the trees planted along the streets of Kentwood last year. Photo. April 28, 1994.
  37. Photo in the Kentwood Ledger, September 16, 1992. Ann Morris poses with the Kentwood Centennial Cookbook she authored. 2 copies.
  38. Photo in the Kentwood Ledger, February 20, 1992. “Valentine’s Day was celebrated, Friday, by Kentwood First Baptist Senior Adults.” 3 copies.
  39. “A. Labas: The People Helper.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  40. “District Deputy Grand Matron Visits IRA #84 April 16th.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  41. Local Lore and Legend, February 27, 1992.
  42. “A Picture from the Past.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  43. Photo of Jennie Alford + description of her cheerleading. Unknown newspaper, May 27, 1992.
  44. “Photographer dies.” Unknown newspaper, January 4, 1985. Pertains to death of Clarence John Loughlin.
  45. Local Lore and Legend, May 28, 1992.
  46. Local Lore and Legend, May 19, 1994.
  47. Local Lore and Legend, March 25, 1992.
  48. “Music Club Meets in Coon Home.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  49. Local Lore and Legend, January 29, 1992.
  50. “Marcie to Sing at Old South Jamboree.” Photo. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  51. “George Reunion Slated Saturday.” Unknown newspaper, April 28, 1994.

aaa.      “A Picture from the Past.” Unknown newspaper, April 1994.

bbb.     Photo of attendees at meeting of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Kentwood News-Ledger, April 14, 1994.

ccc.      “Opera House.” Partial article. Dixie, September 14, 1969.

ddd.    Local Lore and legend, April 7, 1994.

eee.      Local Lore and Legend, May 28, 1992.

fff.       Local Lore and Legend, February 13, 1992.

ggg.     Miscellaneous article, unknown newspaper, no date. Pertains to Branson, Missouri.

hhh.     Local Lore and Legend, January 9, 1992. 3 copies.

 

Folder 2: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. “Patricia Comes Home.” By Hazel Morris, staff writer. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  2. “A Moment to Brotherhood: Union Officer Buried. Unknown newspaper, November 19, 1972.
  3. Miscellaneous pages, Louisiana News, July 13, 1995.
  4. “Martin Luther King: ‘I Have a Dream.” Brief biography of King’s life. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  5. Local Lore and Legend, July 9, 1992. 3 copies.
  6. Letter to the Editor, August 13, 1993. Unknown newspaper.
  7. “Everyone is Famous For 15 Minutes.” Unknown newspaper, August 26, 1993.
  8. “Trials and Tribulations.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  9. “Age no barrier for this newlywed couple.” From the Baton Rouge Advocate, February 16, 1995.
  10. “LeTards Enjoy Seniors Golf Association Cruise.” Unknown newspaper, February 16, 1995. 3 Copies.
  11. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, February 9, 1995.
  12. “Kentwood families merge at Lee, Gehringer nuptials.” Includes photo. Unknown newspaper, Summer 1992.
  13. “OES Joy Club Hold Initiation.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  14. “A 1930s Barbershop Quartet used to gather at the barbershop of J.E. “Doc” Lambert to Sing.”From “Picture from the Past.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 16, 1995.
  15. “Kentwood Rural Health Clinic Now Open.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  16. Obituary for Cholie m. Bateman. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  17. Obituary for Wayne R. Varnado, Unknown newspaper, no date.
  18. Obituaries for Emma Lee Blackburn and James Bridges. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  19. Obituaries for Marshall Higgins and Wayne R. Varnado. Unknown newspaper, February 23, 1995.
  20. Obituary for Thomas Childress Boyd. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  21. “Dr. Gerald Gehringer Dies February 9 in Baton Rouge.” Obituary for Dr. Gerald Gehringer. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  22. 2 newspaper articles from the Kentwood News-Ledger, February 9, 1995:

            1: “Local Eastern Star Members Attend Exchange Visit.”

            2: “Kentwoodians View Claude Monet Collection in New Orleans.”

  1. “Kentwood Garden Club Meets in Lambert Home.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 2, 1995.
  2. Front page of The Kentwood Ledger, July 14, 1993. 3 copies.
  3. “Beautification continues at library.” The Kentwood Ledger, July 21, 1993. 3 copies.
  4. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News, July 8, 1993. 3 copies.
  5. Local Lore and Legend, September 9, 1993.
  6. Two Articles, unknown newspaper, no date:

            1: “Profound wisdom found in old school book.”

            2: “We applaud the Mayor and Kentwood City Council.” 3 copies.

  1. “Back in 1920, life was busy along St. Charles Street.” From “Picture from the Past.” The Times-Picayune, August 30, 1987.
  2. “Lionel Cutrer Retires After 20 Years of Service.” Unknown newspaper, February 9, 1995.
  3. Local Lore and Legend, February 16, 1995.
  4. “Miss Broadwater becomes bride of Mr. Dan Morris, Jr.” Kentwood News, July 9, 1992.

 

Folder 3: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. “IRA No. 84, Order of the Eastern Star, Observes Friend’s Night.” Unknown newspaper, February 23, 1995.
  2. “Memorial Services held at First Bapt.” Unknown newspaper, April 10, 1969.
  3. Local Lore and Legend, July 23, 1992. 3 copies.
  4. “Joan Simmons Coordinates colors for Main Street.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  5. “Spotlight on Neighbors.” Unknown newspaper, 1993.
  6. “He’s From Kentwood.” Local Lore and Legend, October 14, 1993. 3 copies.
  7. “Kentwood Masonic Lodge honors past Masters and Master Mason Widows.” Also contains Local Lore and Legend. Kentwood News, June 8, 1995.
  8. “Society Installs Secretary.” Unknown newspaper, June 13, 1993.
  9. Local Lore and Legend, June 30, 1993. 3 copies.
  10. Local Lore and Legend, August 6, 1992. 3 copies.
  11. Local Lore and Legend, July 15, 1993. 3 copies.
  12. CCC Camp Holds Reunion.” Sunday Advocate, September 18, 1977.
  13. “History of Percy Quin State Park features CCC.” Unknown newspaper, March 16, 1983.
  14. Local Lore and Legend, August 6, 1992. 3 copies.
  15. “Alton Mangum New State Conservationist.” Unknown newspaper, January 1974.
  16. “Talmadge W. Morgan.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  17. Newspaper advertisement for Kentwood Spring Water. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  18. “Slaton, Daniel Webster.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  19. Newspaper advertisement for Homewood Restaurant opening. Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  20. Newspaper advertisement/invitation for 50th wedding anniversary of Joe and Vada Pearl Blades. Unknown newspaper, no date. Event scheduled for August 23, 1992.
  21. Photo of Billy Quin, attorney. Pertains to his speech at Kentwood Rotary Club. Unknown newspaper, September 16, 1993.
  22. “Sing along with Alton: Rotarian Alton Morris led members of the Kentwood Rotary Club in a series of songs.” Unknown newspaper, September 1993. 3 copies.
  23. “Miss Hutchinson and Mr. Andrews Wed in Double Ring Ceremony.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  24. “Mayor Gill Gives Report on State of Kentwood.” Unknown newspaper, February 10, 1994.
  25. “Brick Plant Makes Over 40 Styles and Colors.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 10, 1994.
  26. “Kentwood Grid Star, Jackie Smith To Be Inducted into Pro-Football Hall of Fame.” Unknown newspaper, February 3, 1994.
  27. “Haliman DAR Meets.”/”Miss Gill, Dr. Eberly to Wed.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 10, 1994.
  28. “Coach Gabe Felder: High School Football Coach.” 2 copies.
  29. “Susan Brocato, Scott Venable Exchange Vows Nov. 20.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 3, 1994. 3 Copies. Includes photo.
  30. “To Wed in Hazlehurst: Upcoming marriage of Kimberlee Ann Wheeler and James Steve Whittngton, Jr.” Contains photo of Wheeler. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  31. “Miss Gill, Dr. Eberly to Wed.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 10, 1994. Contains photo. 3 copies.
  32. “OES Honors District Deputy with Reception: Order of the Eastern Star, District No. 22, incoming District Deputy Grand Matron Neva Cureton.” Contains photo. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  33. “Wagons roll in parade.” Contains 3 photos. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  34. “UDC Holds Robert E. Lee Luncheon at Cabby’s Jan. 15.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 3, 1994.
  35. “Tap Gas Line Increased.” Kentwood News-Ledger, Unknown newspaper, no date.
  36. “Handwriting still creativity’s map.” Unknown newspaper, June 15, 1995
  37. “Schiners’ good works only half of the story, writer says.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  38. “Johnson New Chamber President.” Unknown newspaper, February 2, 1995.
  39. “Help sought in research of Ford family.” Unknown newspaper, January 17, 1993.
  40. “Slice of Life.” By Carol Russell, Roseland Correspondent.” Amite Times, February 2, 1995.
  41. “Irma Cook Has Twenty Years Service with City Hall.” Unknown newspaper, February 2, 1995.
  42. Miscellaneous obituaries, unknown newspaper, no date.
  43. Local Lore and Legend, January 5, 1995.

 

Folder 4: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. “Harold and Elaine Bennett Hold Christmas Open House.” Unknown newspaper, circa 1994.
  2. “Last Rites Held For Felix Grace.” Unknown newspaper, January 5, 1995.
  3. “Echoes of the past.” By Marylin Crawford. Unknown newspaper, January 5, 1995.
  4. “Camp Moore UDC to Meet.” Kentwood News-Ledger, February 10, 1994.
  5. “Town Clerk Has Long Time Service Recorded.” Unknown newspaper, circa 1995.
  6. “Remembering area’s first oil-well.” Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News, July 16, 1992.
  7. Local Lore and Legend, February 16, 1995.
  8. Obituaries for Marcia Jo Crain and Lora M. Schwartz McKnight. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  9. “Echoes of the past.” By Marylin Crawford. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  10. “Echoes of the past.” By Marylin Crawfod. Unknown newspaper, February 17, 1994.
  11. Mrs. Lois Lewis Observes 100th Birthday.” From Kentwood prorfiles. Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  12. “Gulf Dairy Merges with Mid America.” Unknown newspaper, February 17, 1994.
  13. “Speaks to Rotary.” Photo of Bill Irwin. Unknown newspaper, August 12, 1993.
  14. Partial article about Carl Cutrer. The Daily News, May 27, 1993.
  15. Photo of Kentwood Lions Club with Mayor Bobby Gill. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  16. “Last rites held for Amelia Smith.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  17. “Dr. Gerald Gehringer Dies Feb. 9, in Baton Rouge.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  18. Newspaper advertisement for Dillard’s celebration of Peter Rabbit’s 100th anniversary. Hammond Daily Star, 1993.
  19. Obituary for Frank J. Greely Sr. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  20. Local Lore and Legend, January 3, 1994.
  21. “Bernice hart Adams Honored on Birthday.” Unknown newspaper, September 9, 1993.
  22. “Visiting Magnolia/” Photo of members of Illinois Central Railroad Historical Society. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  23. “Lodge No. 248 and IRA chapter float committee meets.” unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  24. Partial “Opinion/Editorial” page. Kentwood News-Ledger, no date. Contains “Words or Deeds” by Thomas Sewell and “Echoes of the Past” by Hazel Morris.
  25. Local Lore and Legend, no date.
  26. “Barbeque Dinner to Benefit Susan Oxholm” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  27. “Slice.” Partial column. Amite Tangi-Digest. February 2, 1995.
  28. Local Lore and Legend, August 6, 1992. 3 copies.
  29. Local Lore and Legend, June 30, 1993.
  30. “Dairy Festival Board thanks businesses for donations.” Unknown newspaper, June 10, 1993.
  31. Obituary for James Woodrow Hutchinson. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  32. Obituary for Homer F. Temple. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  33. Local Lore and Legend, no date.
  34. Local Lore and Legend, June 15, 1995.
  35. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, June 22, 1995.
  36. Local Lore and Legend, August 19, 1992.
  37. “Kentwood High School Class of 1936 holds 59th reunion.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  38. IRA No. 84, OES, received greetings from Maryland.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  39. “Mr. Charlie Young Celebrates Birthday.” Unknown newspaper, January 12, 1995.
  40. Local Lore and Legend, September 9, 1993. 3 copies.
  41. “Local Lore– Cont.” Partial Local Lore and Legend Article. No date.
  42. Local Lore and Legend, The Kentwood News-Ledger, July 23, 2003.
  43. “Work Continues.” Photo of Kentwood Streets. The Kentwood News-Ledger, August 5, 1993.
  44. “Gillsburg WMU getting on up there.” Osyka Eagle, July 1992.
  45. “Hannah Elizabeth Gill.” Birth announcement. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  46. “Glen Randall named Manager of Lafleurs.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  47. “Price Issue Passports, Licenses in Kentwood.” Contains photo of Helen Price. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  48. Local Lore and Legend, July 2, 1992. 2 copies.
  49. Local Lore and Legend, July 8, 1992. 3 copies.
  50. Local Lore and Legend, April 20, 1995.
  51. “L.P. Guidry Appointed EBR Chief Civil Deputy.” Unknown newspaper, April 26, 1984.
  52. Local Lore and Legend, March 10, 1994. 3 copies.

 

Folder 5: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. “Last Rites Held For Former Judge Grover Covington.”
  2. Page with two articles:
  3. “Ann Frey Likes Fishing Best.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  4. Local Lore and Legend, July 9, 1992.
  5. Local Lore and Legend, May 11, 1995.
  6. Local Lore and Legend, July 23, 1992. 3 copies.
  7. Newspaper High School Reunion.” Unknown newspaper, 1992.
  8. Local Lore and Legend, July 15, 1992.
  9. “An Frey Likes Fishing Best.” Unknown newspaper, April 20, 1995.
  10. “Patriotic Celebration Enjoyed.” Miscellaneous photos in newspaper of local youngsters celebrating at the Second Annual Kentwood Fireworks Display, and Jack Spring posing with plane he built. Unknown newspaper, July 2, 1992.
  11. Newspaper photo of Kentwood Rotary Club. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  12. Photo of Ty Cobb Laurier receiving a plaque and pin for 50 years membership in Kentwood Lodge No. 248. The Kentwood News-Ledger, April 20, 1995.
  13. “Installation of officers for IRA No. 84, Order of the Eastern Star for 1993.”
  14. “Chamber to Buy New Christmas Decorations for Kentwood’s Students.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  15. Photo of Jack Manis preparing fireworks for the Second Annual Kentwood Fireworks Display. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  16. Local Lore and Legend, April 27, 1995.
  17. Local Lore and Legend, April 7, 1994.
  18. “Coushatta Native Names to Head La. Soil Service.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  19. “Senior Lifestyle.” Supplement to the Kentwood News, July 16, 1992. “Raising Mules with Wesley Hyde.” Miscellaneous pages.
  20. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News, July 2, 1992.
  21. “Kentwood Baptist Seniors Visit Texas.” Kentwood News-Ledger, April 13, 1995.
  22. Local Lore and Legend, May 4, 1995.
  23. Local Lore and Legend, May 25, 1995.
  24. Miscellaneous photos from Kentwood Christmas parade, unknown newspaper, no date.
  25. “Picture from the Past.” Photo from the Louisiana School for the Deaf in Baton Rouge. Unknown newspaper, no date. Photo taken in 1941.
  26. “Mike Sims Speaks of Early Confederate Records.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  27. Local Lore and Legend, May 18, 1995.
  28. Newspaper photo of Patricia Peterson, program director for the “Historical and Musical Review of the Century.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  29. “Local Rotary Club 56 Years Old.” Unknown newspaper, March 25, 1992.
  30. “Old Kentwood Newspaper.” Photo of Randy Konzelman, Centennial Chairman. Displays of originals of the Kentwood Commercial dated September 15, 1990. From the Kentwood Commercial, April 9, 1992.
  31. Local Lore and Legend, January 13, 1994. Kentwood News-Ledger.
  32. Partial article. “Bell.” Kentwood News-Ledger, May 12, 1994.
  33. Obituary for James E. Conerly. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  34. “I Remember Main Street.” Kentwood News, July 15, 1993. 3 copies.

 

Folder 6: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. Local Lore and Legend, July 7, 1993. 2 copies.
  2. “Community beautification plans continue.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  3. “Reveal Retirements.” Unknown newspaper, June 4, 1974.
  4. “Fluker Post Office to Observe 100th Birthday.” Unknown newspaper, February 17, 1994. 2 copies.
  5. “Gulf Dairy Merges with Mid America.” Unknown newspaper, February 17, 1994. 3 copies.
  6. Miscellaneous newspaper page. Contains photos of Columbia Café and Local Lore and Legend by Irene Morris. Kentwood News-Ledger, February 17, 1994.
  7. Miscellaneous newspaper page detailing upcoming local events. Unknown newspaper, February 17, 1994.
  8. Obituaries for Dorris Thomas, Frances “Fran” Varnado Cormier, and Vivian Walker Spears. Unknown newspaper, circa 1992.
  9. “Senior Lifestyles.” July 16, 1992. 3 copies.
  10. “Pitch In–Old Glasses That Is!” Photo of Kentwood Lions Club District 8-N helping to conquer blindness world wide. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  11. “Art Doctor: Margaret Moreland, art restorer, relishes uncovering beauty in old works.” Magazine, June 26, 1994.
  12. Obituary for Bessie C. McDade. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  13. “Presents Check to Alton Morris.” Photo part of festivities of Kentwood Centennial Celebration– Bill of sale for oldest car, 1946. Unknown newspaper, May 6, 1993.
  14. “Letter to Editor/To Archive Wall: Tribute to the Old Spotted Woods Cow.” 1984. By Artie S. Varnado. Unknown newspaper, June 15, 1989.

 

Folder 7: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. “J.S. Bridged Names to Who’s Who in American Politics.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  2. “Methodist Church Sponsors Reading Program.” Unknown newspaper, March 10, 1994. 2 copies.
  3. “Echoes of the Past.” By Marylin Crawford. March 10, 1994. 2 copies.
  4. Local Lore and Legend, October 7, 1993.
  5. “Echoes of the Past.” By Marylin Crawford. November 4, 1993.
  6. “Taylor, Storch Wed in Double-Ring Ceremony.” Kentwood News-Ledger, October 21, 1993. 2 copies.
  7. Local Lore and Legend, October 28, 1993. 3 copies.
  8. “Echoes from the Past.” By Marylin Crawford. October 28, 1993.
  9. “Joe Blades to Serve as Grand Marshal of 1993 Parade.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  10. “Glenn Morris Likes Deer Hunting Best.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  11. “IRA Chapter OES Hosts Friends Night. Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  12. Local Lore and Legend, November 4, 1993. 3 copies.
  13. “Trees are Now One Year Old.” Unknown newspaper, March 10, 1994.
  14. Local Lore and Legend, November 11, 1993. 3 copies.
  15. “Stuart Installed as Aworthy Matron.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  16. “Laniers Observe Golden Wedding Anniversary.” Unknown newspaper, December 16, 1996. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  17. “Kentwood Music Club Entertained with Puppet Show.” Unknown newspaper, 1993. 2 copies.
  18. “Magic of Halloween Presented at Music Club.” (Kentwood Music Club). Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  19. “Martha Sunday School Class Holds Christmas Party.” Kentwood News, January 6. 1994.
  20. “Echoes of the Past.” By Marylin Crawford, unknown newspaper, December 30, 1993.
  21. “First Baptist To Present Easter Musical/Drama April 9-12.” Unknown newspaper, March 16, 1995. 2 copies.
  22. “Pork Chops.” Photo of Melvin Blades posing with a butchered pig. Unknown newspaper, no date. Photo taken December 31, 1994.
  23. “Jimmy Nixon Arrested.” Kentwwood News-Ledger, March 16, 1995.
  24. Local Lore and Legend, November 25, 1993. 3 copies.
  25. “Echoes of the Past.” By Marylin Crawford. Unknown newspaper, November 25, 1993.
  26. Photos of officer installation for Camellia Chapter NO. 142, Order of the Eastern Star, Amite, 1995.
  27. “Echoes of the Past.” By Marylin Crawford. Unknown newspaper, January 19, 1995.
  28. “Mike Sims Recalls History of Camp Moore.” Unknown newspaper, January 19, 1995.
  29. Photo of members of Kentwood Police Department sworn into office December 18, 1994. Unknown newspaper, January 19, 1995. 2 copies.
  30. “New Fire Truck.” Kentwood’s 1994 turbo-charged Ford firetruck with firemen. Unknown newspaper, January 19, 1995.
  31. Obituary for Mae S. Beacham. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  32. “Music Club Holds Meeting at William’s Home.” Kentwood News-Ledger, January 26, unspecified year.
  33. “ESP Group Holds Christmas Party.” Unknown newspaper, January 12, 1995.
  34. Obituary for Charlie A. Blades. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  35. “Kentwood Historical Museum to Promote Art.” Unknown newspaper, May 12, 1994.
  36. “From Here to There to You.” Column by Mary Ann Calderone. Unknown newspaper, February 24, 1994. 2 copies.
  37. “St. Elizabeth’s Dedication.” Miscellaneous photos. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  38. “St. Elizabeth’s Holds Dedication.” The Kentwood News-Ledger, February 24, 1994.
  39. “Kentwood Life Needs Saving, Historian Says.” Enterprise-Journal. March 25, 1994.
  40. Partial page of the Kentwood News-Ledger, July 7, 1993. Contains miscellaneous articles with the following headlines:
  41. “Town May Handle Pond Maintenance.”
  42. “Kentwood Chamber of Commerce Holds Meeting.”
  43. Local Lore and Legend
  44. “Scott Day Killed in Truck Accident.”
  45. “Community Beautification Plans Continue.”
  46. Obituary for May Belle Needham, Kentwood News-Ledger, April 20, 1995.
  47. “History Columnist bids farewell to her readers.” The Picayune, January 2, 1994.
  48. Front page off the Kentwood News-Ledger, March 24, 1994. 2 copies.
  49. Local Lore and Legend, March 24, 1994.
  50. “Couple Wed at Historic Oak Alley Plantation.” Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, December 30, 1993. 3 copies.
  51. Local Lore and Legend, December 16, 1993.
  52. “Martha Sunday School Class Holds Christmas Party.” Unknown newspaper, January 12, 1995. 2 copies.
  53. “1994 Perspective Published.” (“Jack Honea Citizen of the Year.”) Unknown newspaper, March 25, 1994.
  54. Obituaries for Marie Gann McNeese, Martha Finch Keith, and Luther Earl Gunnells, Sr. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  55. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, November 18, 1993. 3 copies.
  56. Miscellaneous newspaper photos. Unknown newspaper, January 12, 1995. (“Pork Chops”/“Tangipahoa Post Offices Remodeled.”)
  57. “This group of eager youngsters are crowded around a table laden with Halloween foods.” Unknown newspaper, 1966.

 

Folder 8: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. Obituary for Hiram Woodrow Phodus. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  2. “Martha Sunday School Class Meets.” Kentwood News-Ledger, November 18, 1993.
  3. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, November 18, 1993.
  4. “U.S. Slowly Dying From Immorality,” Says Rev. Hurst. Kentwood News-Ledger, November 18, 1993.
  5. Obituary for Anita R. Magee. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  6. “Echoes of the Past.” By Hazel Morris. April 13, 1995.
  7. “Claude Morris is Lead Masonic Lodge in 1994.” Unknown newspaper, December 23, 1993.
  8. Obituary for Malcolm D. Brumfield. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  9. “D.A.R.E Graduations To Be”/”Local Girls Win in FHA Star Event Competition.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  10. “UDC To Meet Nov. 20.” Kentwood News-Ledger, November 18, 1993.
  11. “Osyka Baptist Church to Hold 125 Anniversary.” Kentwood News-Ledger, March 16, 1995.
  12. “LA Moral and Civic Foundation Meets. Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  13. “Mrs. Rosa Rafanelle Castella.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  14. Partial article: “Irwin.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  15. “Miss Smith, Mr. Perry to Wed on January 15.” Unknown newspaper, January 6, 1994.
  16. Local Lore and Legend, March 30, 1995.
  17. “Echoes of the Past.” by Marylin Crawford, unknown newspaper, January 19, 1995.
  18. “College to Import Old English Chapel.” The Advocate, February 2, 1995.
  19. Local Lore and Legend, March 17, 1994. 3 copies.
  20. “Calendar days are all special.” Houston Chronicle, January 2, 1994.
  21. “Special events to be celebrated January 16th.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  22. Local Lore and Legend, December 2, 1993.
  23. “Harvey Hutchinson Stays Busy.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  24. “Louisiana Press Assn. Honors Bill Irwin for 50-Year Career.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  25. Local Lore and Legend/“Kentwood Music Club Installs New Officers.” Unknown newspaper, May 11, 1995.
  26. “From Here to There to You.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  27. “Bridgemore school served vital educational needs in its time.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  28. Local Lore and Legend, March 24, 1994.
  29. “Martha Sunday School Class Meets.” Kentwood News-Ledger, November 18, 1993. 3 copies.
  30. “Picture from the Past.” Unknown newspaper, March 3, 1994.
  31. Partial front page, unknown newspaper, March 3, 1994.
  32. Local Lore and Legend, February 23, 1995.
  33. Local Lore and Legend, December 30, 1993.
  34. Local Lore and Legend/Small Scratchings From East Fork/Picture From the Past. Kentwood News-Ledger, March 17, 1994.
  35. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, March 23, 1995.
  36. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, January 12, 1995.
  37. “Kentwood Prepares for Centennial.” Unknown newspaper, February 11, 1992. 2 copies.
  38. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News-Ledger, March 23, 1995.
  39. Obituary for Talmadge W. Morgan, unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  40. “Charlene A. Tolar.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  41. “Luther Earl Gunnelles, Sr.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  42. “Claude Morris to Lead Masonic Lodge in 1994.” Unknown newspaper, December 23, 1993.
  43. “Kentwood Music Club Elects New Officers.” Unknown newspaper, March 23, 1995.
  44. Obituary for Winnie Louise Wells. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  45. “Martha Sunday School Class Meets.” Kentwood News-Ledger, November 18, 1993. 2 copies.
  46. “Main Street in the Future.” Unknown newspaper, March 31, 1994.
  47. “Forest Ghosts: Who Lived in the Woods Nearby My Home?” Kentwood News0Ledger, December 9, 1993.
  48. “Come, Let Us Worship: Our Grandparents Should Be Encouraged To Stay Active.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  49. Miscellaneous newspaper page, October 1992. Unknown newspaper. Lists upcoming community events.
  50. Local Lore and Legend, June 29, 1995.
  51. Local Lore and Legend, December 9, 1993.
  52. Local Lore and Legend, February 2, 1995.

aaa.      Local Lore and Legend, March 15, 1995. 3 copies.

bbb.     Photo of guest speakers with Halimah Chapter Chaplain at DAR Memorial Service at Blythewood, Amite. The Kentwood News-Ledger, June 9, 1993.

ccc.      Local Lore and Legend, January 19, 1995.

ddd.    Local Lore and Legend, December 23, 1993.

eee.      “Spring Creek news.” By Leatrice McDaniel.” Geraldean Sanders honored. Unknown newspaper, no date.

fff.       “Earl Peek and Steve Pigott Plan to Open Mini Warehouses”/“Leroy Hart to Open Barbeque Restaurant Soon.” Unknown newspaper, March 24 ,1994.

ggg.     “A Peek at the Creek.” By Mary Booty. Unknown newspaper, no date.

hhh.     “I Remember Main Street.” Kentwood News, July 15, 1993.

iii.        Local Lore and Legend, December 9, 1993,

jjj.        “The Orleans Parish Landmarks Commission Presented a Plaque to Tulane University Wednesday in Ceremonies on the Steps of Gibson Hall.”

 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. Front page of Kentwood News, October 15, 1992.
  2. Local Lore and Legend, October 7, 1992. The Kentwood Ledger. 3 copies.
  3. Local Lore and Legend, October 15, 1992. 2 copies.
  4. Local Lore and Legend, October 14, 1192. 3 copies.
  5. Local Lore and Legend, October 1, 1992.
  6. Local Lore and Legend, October 21, 1992. 3 copies.
  7. 2 photos in The Kentwood News Ledger, October 14, 1992. 3 copies.
  8. “Mrs. Irene Morris shares a history lesson with Spring Creek Elementary School fourth graders.”
  9. “The Kentwood Lions Club has made a donation to the Kentwood Centennial Committee.”
  10. Local Lore and Legend, August 20, 1992. 3 copies.
  11. Local Lore and Legend, August 13, 1992. 3 copies.
  12. Local Lore and Legend, August 19, 1992.
  13. “Kentwood Manor residents enjoy musical program.” The Kentwood Ledger, August 19, 1992.
  14. Local Lore and Legend, August 27, 1992. 3 copies.
  15. Local Lore and Legend, August 26, 1992.
  16. “The New Attraction on the Kentwood High School Grounds in the Corner Flower Bed.” Photo of bed with 3 people, Coach Jim Philon, Mrs. Smith and Santangello.” The Kentwood Ledger, September 9, 1992.
  17. Local Lore and Legend, September 10, 1992. 2 copies.
  18. Local Lore and Legend, September 9, 1992. 3 copies.
  19. Local Lore and Legend, September 16, 1992. 3 copies.
  20. Local Lroe and Legend, September 17, 1992. 3 copies.
  21. “Kentwood Centennial Cookbooks now available.” Kentwood News, September 24, 1992.
  22. Local Lore and Legend, September 24, 1992. 3 copies.
  23. “Come on get the Centennial fever from a Belle’s or Beaux Chapter.” The Kentwood Ledger, September 23, 1992. 3 copies.
  24. “Kentwood Music Club opens 1992-1993 season.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  25. “Local officials oppose water tax.” Kentwood News, October 29, 1992.
  26. “Large crowd greets new grocery opening”/“Local chip mill creates over 100 jobs.” Partial article. Unknown newspaper, October 29, 1992.
  27. “NASA Experience Center” offers tourists feel of space.” Unknown newspaper, October 18, 1992.
  28. Obituary for Nicholas Russell Murray. Unknown newspaper circa 1992.
  29. “American Legion Post installs new officers.” Unknown newspaper, November 19, 1992.
  30. “Local Legion Chapter has long proud history.” Unknown newspaper, November 5, 1992. 2 copies.
  31. “New Library Director names Battles as Assistant.” Kentwood News, December 3, 1992.
  32. “Art Guild meets in Dillon home.” Unknown newspaper, 1992.
  33. “Everybody Enjoyed Dairy Day.” Photo collage. Kentwood News, June 10, 1993, 3 copies.
  34. “O.E.S. Chapters Attend Line Creak Baptist Church.” The Kentwood Ledger, June 23, 1993. 3 copies.
  35. “Community saddened by Ruth V. Pierce death.” Kentwood Ledger, December 9, 1992.
  36. “What’s Happening?” List of community events. Kentwood News, January 7, 1993. 2 copies.
  37. Miscellaneous pages, Kentwood News, December 10, 1992. 3 copies.

 

Folder 10: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. “Last Rites held for Joel D. Bridges. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  2. “Kentwood Class of ’36 holds reunion May 15th. Kentwood News, May 20, 1993.
  3. “Kentwood Development Committee to Plant More Trees.” The Kentwood News-Ledger, September 9, 1993. 3 copies.
  4. “Kentwood High Class of 1940 honors 1939 state football champs at 53 reunion.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  5. “Genealogical and Historical Society elects new officers.” The Advocate, May 20, 1993.
  6. “How to solve all of your problems, overcome fear and live a successful life. Unknown newspaper, April 1993.
  7. Obituary for Dixie Lee Owen. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  8. Obituaries for: Ethel M. Raborn, Kenneh Slaven, and Murray C. Tate. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  9. “Community Calendar.” List/advertisement for local events. Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  10. “Dr. John Coumes guest speaker at Halimah Chapter, NSDAR meeting.” Kentwood News. April 8, 1993.
  11. “Annual National Defense Luncheon held February 27, 1993 at Blythewood.” Kentwood News, April 8, 1993.
  12. “William Bryant Faust names outstanding funeral director.” Hammond (LA) Daily Star, April 20, 1993.
  13. “Couple honored on Golden Wedding anniversary.” Kentwood News, April 22, 1993.
  14. “District deputy grand matron visits IRA Chapter.” Unknown newspaper, April 28, 1993.
  15. “As I See It.” By Harrell L. Griffin./“Harrell L. Griffin retires after 38 years of newspaper work.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  16. “Why do people litter? Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  17. Bits-N-Pieces. By Marilyn Crawford. Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  18. Obituary for Howard B. Stewart. Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  19. “Should we take a poll of buildings?” Unknown newspaper, August 12, 1993.
  20. Front page of Kentwood News-Ledger, August 12, 1993. 2 copies.
  21. “Shady and Ann Hurst attend tourist meeting.” Kentwood News-Ledger, August 12, 1993.
  22. Obituary for Harry Parker, Jr. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  23. Front page of The Kentwood Ledger, July 28, 1993. 2 copies.
  24. “Announcements Calendar.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  25. “Dear Editor.” Unknown newspaper, July 8, 1993.
  26. “Final rites set for Hollis Hilbun.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.

aa         Partial front page of Kentwood News, April 8, 1993.

  1. “Children Enjoy Storytime at the Kentwood Library.” Kentwood News, no date.
  2. The Kentwood Ledger, December 23, 1992. 2 copies. Section B.
  3. “Methodist Church celebrates 100 years.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  4. “Claude Morris 1993 Dairy Festival Parade Grand Marshal.” The Kentwood Ledger, May 19, 1993. 2 copies.
  5. “1992 Kentwood Christmas Parade. Merry Christmas!” Compilation of miscellaneous photos from the community. Kentwood News, Decembrt 10, 1992.

 

Folder 11: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. Local Lore and Legend, August 19, 1993. 3 copies.
  2. Local Lore and Legend, August 26, 1993. 2 copies.
  3. “Area deaths.” Unknown newspaper, 1993. 2 copies.
  4. “Painted buildings improve books of Main Street.” Unknown newspaper, July 22, 1993. 3 copies.
  5. Local Lore and Legend, July 22, 1993. 2 copies.
  6. Local Lore and Legend/“Martha Sunday School Class Meets.” Unknown newspaper, October 24, 1992. 3 copies.
  7. Photo of Bill Irwin. “Speaks to Rotary.” Unknown newspaper, August 12, 1993. 2 copies.
  8. “A Summer Afternoon at Camp Moore.” Grand Opening Ceremonies. Kentwood News, July 22, 1993. 3 copies.
  9. “Lions club tops in District 8-N.” Kentwood News, July 29, 1993.
  10. “Christmas Parade Winners Listed.” Unknown newspaper, December 9, 1992.
  11. Partial front page of newspaper, unknown newspaper, April 7, 1993.
  12. “DAR holds memorial service for scheduled meeting.” The Kentwood Ledger, June 9, 1993.
  13. “Entertainment was provided following the parade by some of the local churches.” The Kentwood Ledger, December 23, 1992.
  14. “Who Said Politics Can’t be Funny.” Unknown newspaper, November 19, 1992.
  15. Local Lore and Legend, December 9, 1992. 2 copies.
  16. “Miss Ratcliff to Wed Mr. Lambert in Whitehall January 29.” Unknown newspaper, no date
  17. 9th Louisiana Battalion.” Photo for set up of Louisiana’s Kentwood Centennial Celebration. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  18. Miscellaneous photos:
    1. “A Peek into the Past.” 9th LA Battalion re-enactment
    2. “Interesting Engine.” Model 490 Chevrolet from 1916.
    3. “Area death.” Miscellaneous obituaries. Unknown newspaper, 1992. 3 copies.
    4. “Last rites held for Ruth Pierce.” Unknown newspaper, December 10, 1992.
    5. Local Lore and Legend, November 5, 1992.
    6. “Second Centennial Event Very Successful.” Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
    7. Two photos from the Kentwood Centennial Celebration. Unknown newspaper, no date.
    8. Two photos from the Kentwood Centennial Celebration. Unknown newspaper, no date.
    9. “How to solve all of your problems, overcome fear + live a successful life.” Partial article. Kentwood News, no date.
    10. “Letter tells Rotary history of Kentwood sewage system.” Unknown newspaper, October 22, 1992.
    11. Miscellaneous obituaries, 1992. Unknown newspaper.
    12. Local Lore and Legend, no date.
    13. “Linda Franzier and daughter Julie standing by the Time Capsule.” Photo of the Kentwood Centennial Celebration. Unknown newspaper, 3 copies.
    14. Obituary for Nicholas Russell Murray. Unknown newspaper, no date.
    15. Local Lore and Legend, Kentwood News, December 10, 1992.
    16. “Aloy G. Gill Post NO. 187 holds annual dinner meeting.” The Kentwood Ledger, November 18, 1992. 2 copies.
    17. “Cooper shot for school jacket”/“Local Lore and Legend.” Unknown newspaper, December 30, 1992.

 

Folder 12: Miscellaneous Newspapers/Articles

  1. “American Legion Post installs new officers.” Unknown newspaper, November 19, 1992.
  2. “Kentwood Dairy Festival, local cooks featured in new La. Festivals cookbook.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  3. “Centennial Jail For Bail set for Dec. 5.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  4. “Who said politics can’t be funny.” From Proud and About. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  5. Obituary for Sara Martinez Simpson, unknown newspaper, 1994.
  6. “Hats Reveal History of Fashion.” Morning Advocate, October 30, 1960.
  7. Front page of Kentwood News, November 5, 1992.
  8. Local Lore and Legend, November 4, 1992. 2 copies.
  9. “Dr. Landrum Salley retires as LC Library Director.” Kentwood Ledger, November 4, 1992. 2 copies.
  10. “Local Legion Chapter has long proud history.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  11. Local Lore and Legend, November 19, 1992. 3 copies.
  12. “Camp Moore Real Granddaughters Club Meets.” Unknown newspaper, November 5, 1992.
  13. “UDC group tours Rosemont.” The Kentwood Ledger, November 4, 1992. 3 copies.
  14. “Camp Moore to sell Confederate War bonds.” Unknown newspaper, November 5, 1992.
  15. Miscellaneous obituaries. Unknown newspaper, no date. 3 copies.
  16. Obituaries for Mahle Brumfield and Bob Dickey. Unknown newspaper, no date. 2 copies.
  17. “Area churches participate in World Missions Conference.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  18. Local Lore and Legend, November 4, 1992. 2 copies.
  19. Local Lore and Legend, September 2, 1993. 3 copies.
  20. Local Lore and Legend, June 10, 1993.
  21. “Syvest reunion set for October 25.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  22. Local Lore and Legend, no date.
  23. Local Lore and Legend, May 26, 1993.
  24. “Placing Items in Centennial Time Capsule.” For Kentwood Centennial celebration. Unknown newspaper, 1993. 3 copies.
  25. Local Lore and Legend, December 16, 1992; May 19, 1993; and May 20, 1993. Attached are 3 handwritten pages of notes.
  26. “Tangipahoa Parish Fair Queen.”
  27. Local Lore and Legend, May 19, 1993.
  28. “Kentwood Dairy Day Parade.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  29. “Last Rites held for Ruth Pierce.” Unknown newspaper, December 10, 1992.
  30. “Crowds Enjoy Camp Moore.” Contains photo. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  31. Local Lore and Legend, July 29, 1993.
  32. “Kentwoood Garden Club.” (Second place, float division.) Photo. The Kentwood-Ledger, December 23, 1992.
  33. Local Lore and Legend, August 12, 1993. 3 copies.
  34. “Community Calendar.” Unknown newspaper, no date. For Kentwood, La.
  35. “Who said politics can’t be fuuny.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  36. Local Lore and Legend. Unknown newspaper, December 16, 1992.
  37. Local Lore and Legend, June 9, 1993. 2 copies.
  38. “Chesbrough Elementary P.T.O.” Third Place, miscellaneous division. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  39. Local Lore and Legend, July 29, 1993.
  40. “T.J. Reid to host TV program.” Kentwood News, no date.
  41. Local Lore and Legend. Unknown newspaper, no date.

 

Box 39

Folder 1: Daughters of the Confederacy Information/Essays (From Maude Kennedy)

  1. “General Hospitals.” Essay by Mildred Adams. 10 pages. Unknown date.
  2. “Jefferson Davis Highway.” 9 pages. Unknown date.
  3. “Ideals to Live By” (Maury, Jackson, and Lea.)/“Stonewall Jackson/“Robert E. Lee.” By Mrs. G.G. Stewart.
  4. “Through Time’s Golden Lenses.” By Lista Graydon.
  5. “The Charlotte Navy Yard.”
  6. “The Confederate Navy Yard at Charlotte, N.C.” By Carlotta R. Blue.

 

Folder 2: Daughters of the Confederacy Information/Essays (From Madge Kennedy)

  1. “The Completion of the Lee-Jackson Bay. 2 copies.
  2. “The Importance of the Memorial Building to the Women of the Confederacy.” By “A Rebelette.”
  3. “Importance of the Memorial Building to the Women of the Confederacy.”
  4. “The Importance of the Memorial Building to the Women of the Confederacy.” By Anne Hyde.
  5. “The Poetry of Sydney Lanier.” By Mrs. Moore J. Smith, Jr.”
  6. “Southern Traditions and Military Leaders.”
  7. “The True Meaning of States Rights as Applied to All the States.” Since 1787-1788.

 

Folder 3: Daughters of the Confederacy Information/Essays (From Maude Kennedy)

  1. “John C. Calhoun, Apostle of State’s Rights.”
  2. “The United Daughters of the Confederacy–Its Pledges and Fulfilments.”
  3. “Flags of the Confederates States of America.”
  4. “Our Mothers, Our Heritage.”
  5. “The Agricultural South, From Which was Evolved the Type of Life Which is the Most Ideal America has Known.”
  6. “Christmas and the meaning of it– the true meaning of ‘Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men.’”
  7. “Woodrow Wilson’s Life as President of the United States and the New South’s Greatest Contribution to the South.”
  8. “The Character and the Patriotism of George Washington.” By Mrs. Elliott M. Buchanan.
  9. “A Confederate Heritage–Veterans of all wars each contributed to safeguard the American way of life.”

 

Folder 4: Daughters of the Confederacy Information/Essays (From Maude Kennedy)

  1. “Historical Essay.” By Mrs. Miriam Waters Jenkins.
  2. “The Robert E. Lee Sword and the Matthew Fontaine Maury Binoculars.” U.D.C. annual awards, by Ruby R. Duval.
  3. Letter to “Mrs. Thompson.” From Ruby R. Duval. July 14, 1954.
  4. “Richmond, Virginia: Its Colonial, Confederate and Modern History.” Rex Jacobus 16077.
  5. “My Favorite Confederate Service Man.” Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. By Mrs. Martha B. Jackson.
  6. “A Confederate Soldier’s Diary.” Vicksburg in 1863. Diary of James West Smith.
  7. Excerpt from Civil War Diary: “An Autobiography of Joel S. Yarborough.”
  8. “Copy of a Most Interesting and Original Diary of a Confederate Soldier of the 1860's.”
  9. “Benjamin A. Oehmig.” Diary Excerpt. (Civilian.)
  10. “Jefferson Davis: Soldier; Statesman; President of the Confederacy and First Citizen of the South.” Brief Biography. Unknown author, no date.
  11. “The Siege of Port Hudson”/“Women in the Siege of Port Hudson.”

 

Folder 5: Daughters of the Confederacy Information/Essays (From Maude Kennedy)

  1. “South Carolina Palmetto State.”
  2. “Memoirs of a Confederate Veteran.” From Sterling Price Chapter– Missouri. by J.S. Parkit.
  3. “The Blessings of Liberty to Ourselves and Our Posterity.” By Bess Post.
  4. “Through Time’s Golden Lenses.” By Lista Graydon. Notes.
  5. “Through Time’s Golden Lenses.” Narrative.
  6. “The Charlotte Navy Yard.”
  7. “The Confederate Navy Yard at Charlotte, N.C.” By Carlotta R. Blue.
  8. “John C. Calhoun, Apostle of States’ Rights.” 2 Copies.

 

Folder 6: Daughters of the Confederacy Information/Essays (From Maude Kennedy)

  1. “Secure the Blessings of Liberty to Ourselves and Our Posterity.”
  2. “Most Interesting Account of a Real Daughter.”
  3. “Women of the Confederacy.”
  4. “The Women of the Confederacy.” By V.C. Jones. Address to annual meeting of U.D.C. at Shouham Hotel, Washington, D.C., November 11, 1953.
  5. Letter to Mrs. Kemble K. Kennedy from Miss Sarah B. Graham. September 23, 1955. Pertains to Essays for U.D.C. contest.
  6. Miscellaneous letters about diaries/“The Private Soldier of the Confederacy.” Compiled by Ruth Anthony Krebs.

 

Box 40

Folder 1: Miscellaneous newspaper articles

  1. “Merritt Johnson honored pre-nuptial affair.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  2. “Wall-Elderidge.” Engagement announcement. Unknown newspaper, 1984.
  3. “Jury to seek taxes in special election.” Unknown newspaper, June 13, 1984.
  4. “The Spanish won but the Culture Remained French.” Unknown newspaper, January 2, 1977.
  5. “Documents of Operatic History.” By Margaret R. Knight Sunday Advocate, December 19, 1976.
  6. “Parish History Rates Top Price.” Unknown newspaper, December 5, 1975.
  7. “Lacking born democrat’s awe of monarchy.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  8. “Affair of the heart with Baton Rouge.” Sun Magazine, April 15, 1984.
  9. “Arlie O’ Bryant’s Auction House. Sunday Advocate, January 23, 1977.
  10. “Jonathan Kemp day Sunday,” “State regent to address DAR meeting.” Unknown newspaper, 1976.
  11. “Recitals set next Sunday,” unknown newspaper, April 22, 1984.
  12. “Writes Life of First Governor of Louisiana.” Unknown newspaper, January 2, 1977.
  13. “Wear hop boots to wade through murky legal past.” Unknown newspaper, April 22, 1984.
  14. “Librarian Sandra Pools.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  15. “Final member of old Col. Amacker, CSA, family dies.” The Kentwood Ledger, November 25, 1976.
  16. “Mrs. Perkins feted to open house on eighty-fifth birthday.” The Kentwood Ledger, September 1975.
  17. “Mrs. Arthur E. Fortenberry.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  18. “Mrs. Will M. Kennon, 58 years.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  19. “Mrs. Jessie Lee Williams, 76 years...” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  20. “Williams, Mrs. Mary W.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  21. “Mrs. Doris Kennon Newsom.” Unknown newspaper, 1977.
  22. “Mrs. Sallie Kemp Morgan.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  23. “Regional Studies Center unlocks area’s history.” Hammond Daily Star, April 19, 1982.
  24. “gardening on a grand scale at Longue Vue.” Dixie, April 22, 1984.
  25. “Celebration: Old Freinds and New Toast Eudora Welty at 75.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  26. Letter to the editor. “She liked post office article.” Enterprise-Journal April 17, 1984.
  27. “Mapmaker says it’s time to take more realistic view of the world.” Knight-Ridder Newspapers, April, 1984.
  28. “B. Frank Watkins Services Saturday.” Unknown newspaper, November 26, 1976.
  29. “Speaker: Dr. Helen Falls will be the featured speaker for foreign mission emphasis this Sunday at East McComb Baptist Church.” Unknown newspaper, November 23, 1976.
  30. “Mrs. Bertie Day Wayland.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  31. “Film studies Mahler’s work.” Unknown newspaper, September, 21, 1980.
  32. “Dear Editor.” From Millard Gaines. Tangi Talk, December 1, 1976.
  33. “Number 10278 in the Matter of the Succession of Dan Faller Dyson. Notice of Application.” The News-Digest, April 11 or May 2, 1984.
  34. “Exquisite Easter gifts.” By Annabelle Armstrong. Sunday Advocate, April 22, 1984.
  35. “Here’s the Whole Story on ‘Up the Family Tree.’” Morning Advocate, September 15, 1973.
  36. “Intriguing Bits of the Past.” Sunday Advocate, January 23, 1977.
  37. “Edsel Graham sworn in as Chief of Police.” Unknown newspaper, August 7, 1975.
  38. “Genealogical Exchange Magazine is Saluted.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  39. “Genealogical Helper is Good Magazine.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  40. “Are You Burdened with Flat Ancestors?” Unknown newspaper, no date.

 

Folder 2: Miscellaneous newspaper articles

  1. “Two acquisitions by chance enhance David Miller home.” Sunday Advocate, July 26, 1981.
  2. “Morris-Hastings.” Wedding announcement/summary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  3. “Deblanc family gather for birthday.” Kentwood News-Ledger, September 2, 1982.
  4. “Westmoreland refusal forces show cancellation.” Knight-Ridder Newspapers, September 10, 1982.
  5. “The Good Days to Open.” Unknown newspaper, August 27, 1981.
  6. “Mrs. Sybil C. Courtney.” Obituary. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  7. “H Merwhinney: They were there first.” Unknown newspaper, December 26, 1966.
  8. “Ex-principal, tourist commissioner found dead.” Hammond Daily Star, April 27, 1984.
  9. “Spring Creek Class of 1959.” Reunion photo. Kentwood News, June 14, 1984.
  10. “Tycer-Baugh wedding vows pledged Sept. 2.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  11. “A Frontier Romance.” Dixie, March 6, 1966.
  12. “Pictured at dedication services for the Hammond and Albany Ward Chapel of the Church of Latter Day Saints.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  13. “Mrs. Irma Jane dies.” Services set for today.” Unknown newspaper, October 29, 1980.
  14. “Nurses Week.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  15. “John Sansom wins prestigious scholastic award.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  16. “Two la. state parks honor ancient Indians.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  17. “Several Members of Spring Creek.” Unknown newspaper, May 17, 1984.
  18. “Marie Lausau: A Woman of Mystery.” The Times-Picayune, June 24, 1984.
  19. “Voodoo: Alive and Well in the ‘80's.” The Times-Picayune, June 24, 1984.
  20. Front page of the Sunday Advocate Magazine, April 15, 1984.
  21. “‘The Real Thing’ at Camp Moore this Weekend with Living History Encampment.” The Kentwood Ledger, April 26, 1984.
  22. “Al the singing Barber.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  23. “Didee’s: A Family Tradition.” Sun Magazine, April 15, 1984.
  24. “25 year-old lynching tradition.” Sun Magazine, April 15, 1984.
  25. “Aunt Sit McDaniel recalls early days.” The Kentwood Ledger, August 18, 1966.
  26. “Friends prepare special day for former agents”, “Granddaughter of locals is college honor graduate.” Unknown newspaper, June 7, 1984.
  27. “Miss Edwins and Mr. Tycer to be married in Kentucky.” Unknown newspaper, 1984.
  28. “Groundbreaking for Bottling Plant.” Contains photo. Unknown newspaper, May 24, 1984.

cc.“Memorial week membership.” Kentwood News, May 31, 1984.

  1. “Amite Native tapped for Rotary foreign study.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  2. “Former Washington Parish Sheriff New Trial.” Unknown newspaper, April 17, 1984.
  3. “John Sansom wins prestigious scholastic award.” Unknown newspaper, April 26, 1984.
  4. “Community mourns passing of Elmer Sanders.” Unknown newspaper, 1984.
  5. “Area divers recover artifacts from Civil War era schooner.” Hammond Daily Star, May 22, 1984.
  6. “Card of Thanks.” From the Leamon Blades Family. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  7. “Pecora gets transfer to Work Center.” Unknown newspaper, May 5, 1984.
  8. “Bateman Family Reunion.” Kentwood News, May 3, 1984.

 

Folder 3: Miscellaneous newspaper articles

  1. “What Rights do the terminally ill have?” The Morning Advocate, May 28, 1984.
  2. “When the smoke cleared, he had his hide and diary.” Sun Magazine, April 22, 1984.
  3. Obituaries for: Ruby Newsom Allen, Doris Knight Fultz, Linwood J. Hernandez, B.F. ‘Buddy’ Hyde, and Mrs. Sally K. Durser. Unknown newspaper, no date.
  4. “Gander wedding to unite Miss Moak and Mr. Birch.” The Kentwood Ledger, May 3, 1984.
  5. “Mule Meat was Tasty? Civil War Diary on Port Hudson.” Unknown newspaper, June 13, 1984.
  6. “Fifty Year Reunion held by Spring Creek.” Unknown newspaper, 1984.
  7. “Hettie Jean Bates will become bride of Bud Oliver Kliesch.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  8. “Ellice Womack is Council on Aging Employee of the Month.” Unknown newspaper, June 1984.                        
  9. “Ninety-Two Years of Combined Service Ending!” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  10. “LSU honor graduate to begin medical studies. Unknown newspaper, May 24, 1984.
  11. “Doug Morel receives degree in dentistry.” The Kentwood Ledger, June 7, 1984.
  12. Obituary for Elery C ‘E.C.’ Wilson. Unknown newspaper, 1984.
  13. “Lon Strickland family holds festive reunion at Jimmy R. Strickland home.” The Kentwood Ledger, June 14, 1984.
  14. “concrete lawsuit back in court.” Morning Advocate, July 30, 1982.
  15. “Port Hudson hospital ledger will benefit Civil War researchers.” The Times-Picayune, August 9, 1981.
  16. “Local Guide Still in Demand,” Sunday Advocate, September 19, 1971.
  17. “Miss Johnson and Mr. Morris to exchange vows.” The Kentwood Ledger, May 24, 1984.
  18. “Marching down the aisle.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  19. “Kentwood area registered nurses observe Nurses’ Month in May.” The Kentwood Ledger, May 24, 1984.
  20. “Free Woods: One of South’s deepest mysteries.” Enterprise-Journal, June 3, 1984.
  21. “Exhibition at LSU has Rare Works.” The Times-Picayune, October10, 1971.
  22. “Lewis-Kennedy.” Engagement announcement. The Times-Picayune, July 20, 1980. 
  23. “New Genealogy Volumes at Library.” Strawberries and Cream, May 2 and 3, 1984.
  24. “Boyd Cruise Dreamland.” Unknown newspaper, no date.
  25. Obituary for Tycer Orbit O. Unknown newspaper, 1984.
  26. Obituary for Corinne G. Sessions, unknown newspaper, 1983.
  27. Obituary for Mavis Sessions Royer, unknown newspaper, 1983.
  28. Obituary for Sophia Redmond Wild Ryan, unknown newspaper, 1983.
  29. Obituary for Wiley E. Scott. Unknown newspaper, 1983.
  30. Obituary for J.K. “Casey” Castell, unknown newspaper, 1983.
  31. Obituary for Lillian Drott Poole, unknown newspaper, 1983.

 

Box 41

Folder:

1) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1991

2) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1992

2A) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1992

3) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1993

 

Box 42

Folder:

1) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1994

2) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1995

3) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1996

 

Box 43

Folder:

1) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1997

2) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1998

3) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1999

3A) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 1999

 

Box 44

Folder:

1) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 2003

1A) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 2003

2) Local Lore and Legend articles by Irene Morris, 2004

 

Box 45

Folder:

1) Handwritten Genealogy Notes including Broyels, Cutrer, Ricks, Edwards, Varnado, and Hurst families. (102 items)

2) Information regarding The Order of the Eastern Star, IRA Chapter Number 84, including newspaper clippings, pamphlets, programs, etc. (35 items)

3) General and personal correspondence to Irene Reid Morris, including greeting cards, birthday cards, invitations, personal matters, inquiries, and genealogical requests. (56 items)

 

Box 46

Folder:

1) Charles East (39 items, including articles, history, etc)

2) Gill Family History (9 items including a Book (Echoes from the Gills of Tanipahoa Parish), newspaper articles, letters)

3)Mayor Bobby Gill Family History (10 items)

4) “Columns” by Katherine V. McGehee (compilation of articles from July 1960-July ‘61)

5) Natchez Pink Papers (60 items)

6) Jerry Pierce Family (20 items)

 

Box 47

Folder:

2) Kentwood Ledger 1993 (89 items)

3) Kentwood Obituaries (181 items)

4) Spring Creek History (41 items)

5) Spring Creek Church History (8 items)

6) Sunny Hill School History (47 items)

7) Mary Kent Ellis and Kent Family (11 items)

8) Kent and Fluker Family (31 items)

9) New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad (6 items)

10) Robert G. Eyrick (3 items)

 

Box 48

Folder:

  1. Camp Moore. (28 items)
  2. Peter Turner. (5 items)
  3. Dr. Tichenar Newspaper Clippings. (14 items)
  4. Camp Moore Speech Material. (76 items)
  5. Frank Richardson Camp Moore Sept 11-23, 1861. (22 items)
  6. Confederate Monument. (47 items)
  7. Correspondence Camp Moore. (8 items)
  8. Music Regarding Louisiana. (41 items)
  9. Confederate Navy. (15 items)
  10. Reservation Agreement Pickwhich Club Camp Moore. (49 items)
  11. Robert E. Osborn. (4 items)
  12. New Orleans History. (15 items)
  13. John Bell Hood. (27 items)
  14. 1979 Confederate History Calendar. (1 item)
  15. DAR Meetings. (11 items)
  16. William T Sherman. (14 items)
  17. Zebulon Yorke. (2 items)
  18. Rancal. (2 items)
  19. Winston DeVille. (2 items)
  20. Dan Didier.
  21. Dunn Family Information. (5 items)
  22. Sue Eakin. (2 items)
  23. Newspaper Clippings: Flags. (9 items)
  24. Bedford Forest/Emma Sanson. (1 item)
  25. Forts/Civil War. (16 items)
  26. Gettysburg: Photo and Pamphlets. (5 items)

 

Box 49

Folder:

  1. Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery. (9 items)
  2. James Polk Morris. (3 items)
  3. Recipes and Snacks. (25 items)
  4. Centennial 1993. (32 items)
  5. Kentwood Centennial 1893-1993. (57 items)
  6. New Orleans Collection. (13 items)
  7. Johnson Island Confederate Prison. (1 item)
  8. Clear Creek Baptist School. (2 items)
  9. Robert E. Lee. (72 items)
  10. Lillard Family Tree. (3 items)
  11. Civil War Lincoln. (32 items)
  12. General Lovell. (2 items)
  13. Civil War Common. (24 items)
  14. Brookhaven Owen Roberts. (11 items)
  15. Beauregard Commemoration. (38 items)
  16. Louisiana State Museum. (13 items)
  17. W.B. Akers. (12 items)

 

Box 50

Folder:

  1. Ponchatoula Train Wreck. (22 items)
  2. Mansfield. (12 items)
  3. Correspondence Genealogy. (47 items)

4a. Jefferson Davis. (67 items)

4b. Jefferson Davis. (71 items)

  1. Misc Clippings and Letters. (30 items)

 

Box 51

Folder:

1.Ponchatoula-1861 Centennial, Pleasant Farm Railroad LSU (110)

  1. Family History- Bennett, Baily, Tycer, Morris, Robertson, Henson, Nixon, Stevens (147)
  2. Department of Interior- Topographical Maps (17)
  3. Mixon (47)
  4. Leon Ford III (6)
  5. Local Hammond History- Pamphlets and Newspaper Clippings (65)

6b. Local Hammond History- Pamphlets and Newspaper Clippings (72)

  1. Spring Creek (11)

 

Box 52

Folder:

  1. Misc- Letters from Geneological Historical Society (12)
  2. Local History- Independence (22)
  3. Roseland History (30)
  4. Chesebrough School History (1)
  5. Yesteryears- Quarterly Magazine vol 2, 39+40 (2)

6.Misc Contemporary Newspaper Clippings and Pamphlets (13)

  1. The Kentwood Ledger March 1993 (3)
  2. Frankling Young (32)
  3. Charles and Charlyne Herbez (3)
  4. Vieux Carre (3)
  5. 1900 Census- Kentwood, LA (1)
  6. Misc Documents and Newspaper Clippings (17)
  7. Clerk of Court Records (12)

 

Box 53

Folder:

  1. Tangipahoa River Bosen Study (1)
  2. Louisiana Baptist Historical Association (18)
  3. Clayton Miller Amacker (14)
  4. Gordon House Mystery (4)
  5. Arnett Amacker (14)
  6. Charles Kent (6)
  7. Picayune-Amacker (3)
  8. Amacker Genealogy (17)
  9. Kent Genealogy (16)
  10. Tangipahoa School Board
  11. Alexander “Alex” Allain
  12. Kendrick and Fluker (5)
  13. Wallace Family (29)
  14. Kentwood History (39)
  15. Brendo Amacker 1998 (67)

 

Box 54

Folder:

  1. Misc-Railroads (1)
  2. Misc (35)
  3. Kentwood- Rotary Club 1975+1976
  4. Vernon and Pierce (25)

4b. Vernon and Pierce (30)

  1. Photos from Natchitoches, Longstreet, LA (18)
  2. Court of Appeal: Louisiana First Circuit
  3. Printed Short Stories Regarding the Confederacy (10)
  4. Letters to Kemble Kennedy Regarding Genealogy (26)
  5. 57th Annual Convention of Sons of the Confederate Veterans and Confederate Reunion
  6. Pierce Genealogy Booklet and Papers (7)
  7. Chesborough Memorabilia (17)
  8. Vernon (10)
  9. Carl Pierce (10)
  10. The Purple Pel Magazine March 1925 LSU (1)

 

Box 55

Folder:

  1. History of education in Tangipahoa Parish (25 items)
  2. Kentwood (76 items)
  3. Family Bible Records, correspondence, and genealogy notes (86 items)

3b. Family Bible Records

  1. “Bloody Tangipahoa” articles by Lee Lanier (17 items)

4b. “Bloody Tangipahoa” articles by Lee Lanier (19 items)

 

Box 56

Folder:

  1. Witbeck Studio Locomotives (51 items)
  2. American Railroads (21 items including pamphlets and magazines)

2b. American Railroads continued

  1. Mississippi Railroads and Casey Jones’ fatal train crash (82 items)
  2. Railroads in the South and during the Civil War (over 100 items)

 

Box 57

Folder:

  1. Pamphlets from Louisiana State parks and two pictures of Stark Hotel (12 items)
  2. Old New Orleans and Other Poems by Duncan Francis Young 1939

            Behind the Grill: Some Experiences of a County Bank Clerk by Duncan Young 1901

            Born to Trouble: One Hundred Years of Huckleberry Finn by Justin Kaplan 1984

            Louisiana Lets Sing Book compiled by Edith Kirkpatrick

  1. Camp Moore Scrapbook
  2. Hall and Woolver family history scrapbook

 

Box 58:

Folder 1:

Newspaper Articles

  1. Rabbit Stew Photograph Daily Star March 30, 1986
  2. I Remember Papa by Rose Murray Kemp (7 pages)
  3. Nick Nacks By N. R. Murray April 17, 1953
  4. Local Lore & Legend by Irene R. Morris April 22, 1992
  5. Local Lore & Legend by Irene R. Morris April 23, 1992
  6. Letter to the Editor from N.R. Murray
  7. Nicholas Russell Murray
  8. Remembering… with Grandpa Murray April 1992
  9. Nick Nacks By N. R. Murray September 21, 1980
  10. A Tribute to Carolyn George North by Irene Morris August 30, 1978
  11. Be it Known and Remembered by Irene Morris Kentwood Ledger September 7, 1978
  12. The Case of the Colonel’s Queue by Nicholas Murray June 12, 1953
  13. Obituary for Nicholas Russell Murray
  14. Mormon Leaders are Ailing February 4, 1984
  15. John Ledbetter Obituary

Typed Documents

  1. From Louth to Louisiana by Nicholas Russell Murray 1974 (2 copies)
  2. Bear Tracks No. 2 April 1980
  3. Bear Tracks No. 3 May 1980
  4. Bear Tracks No. 13 May 1981
  5. Bear Tracks April 7, 1980
  6. Letters from Hunting for Bears Subscription (5 letters)
  7. Letter to Irene Signed Thelma September 2, 1979
  8. Letter to Irene signed Thelma September 14, 1979

 

Folder 2

Newspaper Articles

  1. Kentwood A Short History Review by Cathy Schwartz, Beverly Miller, Wayne Smith Kentwood Ledger August 23, 1973
  2. Social Studies Fair Winners at Kentwood April 17, 1980

Typed Documents

  1. Kentwood, Louisiana July 1960
  2. History of Kentwood by Kim Wilson & Shirley M. Fluker March 1980 (3 copies)
  3. Kentwood Research Paper by Wanda McElveen July 6, 1989

Photograph labeled Sarah Faye Cumming

 

Folder 3

Newspaper Articles

  1. Phillips’ Hotel Around 1908 October 26, 1967
  2. Pages of the Past Police Jury June 3, 1878 (4)
  3. Aspasia club article (1)
  4. Articles on Tangipahoa parish (18)
  5. Step Back in Time Civil war reenactment photos December 3, 2003 (2)
  6. Chaney Phillips reigns as king of Forest Fest August 18, 1994
  7. The Old Phillips Homestead October 14, 1971
  8. 113 Year History Captured in 4 Year Old Home by Karen Didier December 30, 1983
  9. East Feliciana History by Damon Veach December 2, 1979
  10. Silliman by Damon Veach May 6, 1990
  11. Obituary Arthur Theron Jones Sr
  12. Book takes Nostalgic look at Silliman August 1990
  13. Clinton High Sees Sights in 1937
  14. Silliman Institute hearing skirts race issue by James Minton The Advocate October 1, 1999
  15. Old Centenary campus considered for state park by Hal Ledet June 22, 1980
  16. Judge declares mistrial in Griffin murder case by Jay Workman November 26, 1986
  17. Nevels announces candidacy as village of Tangipahoa Mayor August 8, 2008
  18. Michael Jackson speaks to Kentwood rotary club by Cathy Chapman December 6, 2000
  19. Michael Jackson extravaganza in Kentwood 1996
  20. Martin challenges Jackson’s residency in Tangipahoa mayoral race July 23, 2008
  21. Hometown hero comes home January 8, 1992
  22. Note Burning Services held at Tangi Baptist Church
  23. Harvey Hutchinson stays busy by Hazel Morris December 30, 1993
  24. Tangi Baptist church 1977Tangi Baptist church 2002
  25. Willie Cook dies at 75 November 1, 2000
  26. Fontenot tells of Prisoner of war experience 1993
  27. Village of Tangi Historical Milestone 1997
  28. Three charged with burglary, theft, and arson as historical Tangi home burns down October 15, 1981
  29. Tangi business expands by Ann Chapman

 

Typed Documents

  1. “United Daughters of the Confederacy” Magazine on Jefferson Davis’ courtships & marriage XXXIX    No. 7    July 1976
  2. Typed documents & letters on the South Baptist Convention August 23, 1992
  3. Typed legal document St Helena Parish Courthouse COPIED January 17, 2001
  4. Mary Ann Sagley’s cemetery inscription book (3)
  5. “A Surprise for the First Lady” story (4)
  6. Letter from the Grand Lodge with attached letter signed Malcolm August 23, 1992
  7. Yesterday, today, and tomorrow by the Jackson Assembly
  8. The Spirit of ‘61

 

Folder 4

Newspaper Articles

  1. Second job part of Linda’s life 1989
  2. Griffin denies he shot first by Pat Watkins
  3. Camp Moore articles (20)
  4. Obituary Luther Earl Gunnells Sr
  5. Searching for Family by Damon Veach October 1987
  6. Former SLU prof Jim Rice adds 2 books to series by heather DiMattia Daily Star October 19, 2003
  7. C of C Meet Held 1969
  8. UDC photo December 2003
  9. SCV Meets
  10. Heritage Group Installs Officers 1990
  11. SCV, UDC, & C of C holds joint meeting June 14, 1990
  12. UDC meeting program March 23, 1969
  13. Local man building huge museum to house history of our region by Bryan McMahon July 31, 2003
  14. Raxdale speaks to Camp Moore UDC April 28, 2004
  15. Obituary Marie Green Lewis
  16. Obituary Dorothy M. Moak
  17. Don Lewis to reign as Grand Marshall of Christmas Parade by Sylvia D. Jackson December 1995

Letters

  1. Letter mailed to Irene from Jean Logan October 4, 1996
  2. Letter to Irene signed Howard February 26, 1969
  3. Postcard signed M.C.
  4. Note signed Pete
  5. Letter from Southeastern Louisiana College Dean of Men L.E. Chandler August 3, 1951
  6. Letter from Leroy P. Stringfield February 2, 2006
  7. Letter signed R. T. Colynette July 29, 1964
  8. Letter written by Irene to Mr. Mcdonald September 7, 1976
  9. Letter singed Stephen D. Ellis
  10. Postcard signed Lewis O. Bowman Sr
  11. Handwritten notes on loose paper (29)

Photographs

  1. Photograph labeled Marie Lewis
  2. Photograph label Mrs. Setteen

 

Folder 5

Tourist Maps

  1. Louisiana exploration & settlement map January 31, 2004
  2. 1976 Interstate Highway map
  3. 1976 Bicentennial road map
  4. TangipaH2Oa tourist map

 

Folder 6

 Folder containing various typed and printed articles covering Zachary Taylor (26)

  1. Louisiana’s President
  2. Zachary Taylor’s Return to Baton Rouge
  3. Inquisitive Old Fellow
  4. Additional loose pages with handwritten notes (3)
  5. Letter from Kathy Pitts of the New Southern View April 9, 2004
  6. Photograph of plaque dedicated to Zachary Taylor
  7. Copies from Zachary Taylor National Cemetery
  8. Copies of Taylor’s Administration (10)

 

Folder 7

Tangipahoa Parish Business

  1. Tangipahoa Business Review 1999
  2. Printed copies of Business Incentives (8)
  3. Economic development flyer and pamphlet (2)
  4. Tangipahoa Profile copy
  5. Newspaper clippings covering Tangipahoa Parish (18)
  6. Newspaper clippings on Moss Crop history (2)
  7. Newspaper clippings on various entertainment and art (8)

 

Folder 8

Louisiana Places

  1. Various typed documents and newspaper clippings on turn pike road, bridges, ferries, and trains in Louisiana (12)

Folder 9

  1. Plastic sleeve containing various handwritten notes on loose paper and letters (25)
  2. Family ancestral charts with handwritten notes (4)
  3. Towns in Tangipahoa Parish 1900
  4. bound book on Louisiana history 1904-1908 (missing the cover)

 

Folder 10

Brisbane & Risk

  1. Handwritten notes on loose scrap paper and handwritten letters from various senders (55)
  2. Typed documents and photo copies on family history research, correspondence with Roy Ulmer and Delwin Laguens about the family (54)
  3. Newspaper clippings such as Local Legends, obituaries, and burials (6)

Folder labeled Bert Wing containing

  1. Copies of letters written by Bert
  2. Handwritten notes on loose leaf and scrap paper, some signed notes by Bert (3)
  3. Newspaper clippings of obituaries and photographs (4)
  4. Letters sent to Irene from family members (4)

Folder labeled Burbank

  1. Handwritten notes on loose paper (48)
  2. Newspaper clippings of obituaries and family history (10)
  3. Copies of articles on American Civil War Readings list, and newspapers (6)
  4. Mailing envelope containing “Bainbridge county, Mississippi 1823 census, tax list, & history” by Mary Sandel

 

Folder 11

Orange folder containing:

  1. New Orleans tourist map
  2. “On the Road Again: Star Routes Directory” O.E.S. Louisiana
  3. Scottish Rite Charter November 13, 1971
  4. Our Time in History Program May 28 – June 2000
  5. Handwritten notes on loose papers (34)
  6. Typed documents and photo copies on O.E.S. and other various topics (59)
  7. Newspaper clippings and photographs (4)

 

Folder 12

Priority Mail envelope containing:

  1. Newspaper clippings on topics like obituaries, death of Nat Kent, the Joyal Family, News Advocate, and other topics (25)
  2. Handwritten notes on scrap paper (10)

 

Folder 13

Handwritten Documents

  1. Speech to Mattie Lea the Ruth of the Order of the Eastern Star (OES)
  2. Speech about stars original copy for OES
  3. Latter to Irene from Jean Jordan
  4. Genealogy chart for Roy Saxon and Eloise Daigle
  5. Geneology chart for Emerson C. Newman
  6. “What is a Mason”
  7. Herbert Grace Biographical Information
  8. Alton Ray Grace Biographical Information
  9. Sparks Calhoun Biographical Information
  10. Mike Calhoun Biographical Information
  11. Mary Low Russell and Eric Alford Information Card
  12. W. Bill Wither Information Card
  13. Virginia Finch Emmette Scott
  14. Lillie Jane Gates
  15. Letter to Irene Morris from Jean Jordan
  16. Map with Notes

 

Folder 14

Typed Documents

  1. Letter from Irene to Library
  2. Johnny Appleseed
  3. Letter to OES from Jean H. Jordan
  4. “A Trilogy of Beautiful Poems” OES by Ruth P. Keen
  5. Letter to Mrs. Datton: June 3, 1967
  6. “Service and Sacrifice” Edna I. Felps
  7. History of OES
  8. Committee Letter from Eva Mae Weelelkan
  9. OES Emergent Communication Meeting
  10. “Lovely Simplicity March” OES Diagram
  11. Ruth P. Keen Speech
  12. OES 83rd Annual Proceedings OES
  13. Copied Speech on Stars OES
  14. Presentation of Bible and Emblems

 

Folder 15

Order of the Eastern Star Programs

  1. 88th Annual Session Program March 1987
  2. 92nd Annual Session Program March 1991
  3. 97th Annual Session Program March 1996
  4. 98th Annual Session Program March 1997
  5. Report of Worth Grand Matron 1994-95
  6. Report of Worth Grand Matron 1995-96
  7. Report of Worth Grand Matron 1996-97
  8. Official Visit of Miss Ruth Louise Spofford October 1987
  9. Official Visit of Christine Andres May 1989
  10. Official Visit of Ringa Feemster May 1997
  11. Official Visit of Ringa Feemster May 1997
  12. “God’s Wonderful Promise” Calendar
  13. Vada Pearl Blandes April 1985
  14. God’s Wonderful Promise March 1996
  15. Open Installation – Kentwood December 1986
  16. Installation Offiecers for 1981
  17. Installation Officers 1989
  18. Installation Officers 1994
  19. Installation Officers 1997
  20. “Peace on Earth” April 1997 (2 copies)
  21. Installation Officers 1985 (Included two ticket stubs and hand written notes)
  22. “Miracle of Love” session March 1996 ESTARL Service
  23. Peace on Earth copy of program

 

Folder 16
Programs

  1. World Day of Prayer Service February 1958
  2. Krewe of Stars 1959
  3. Walter T Ott Chapter #217 Installation of Officers
  4. School of Instruction Order of Rainbow for Girls October 1966
  5. International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Constitution and By Laws
  6. Installation of Officers International Order of the Rainbow for Girls February 1984
  7. School of Instruction May 1991
  8. School of Instruction with notes
  9. School of Instruction May1997
  10. The Basilica on Jackson Square
  11. The Arch Bishop Antoine Blanc Memorial
  12. LA World Exposition 1984
  13. Masonic Lodge No. 248 Kentwood May 1987 with news articles
  14. Wedding of Nedra Hurst to Richard Carter May 1972 (2 Copies)
  15. Wedding of Nedra Hurst to Richard Carter May 1972 with notes

 

Folder 17

Multimedia

  1. The Baton Rouge Scottish rite Trestleboard November 1991
  2. Historical Wax Musem of New Orleans souvineer guide book
  3. In Memory of Ona M. Gill Schillings card
  4. Personal telephone Directory Ponchatoula Homestead Association
  5. “Peace on Earth” Laminated articles
  6. Irene Morris name tag Louisiana-Mississippi Friendship
  7. Ticket to Kentwood Aquatic Club
  8. 82nd Annual Session “Distinguished guest ribbon for the Order of the Eastern Star (OES)
  9. Ribbion for the Tangipahoa Parish Fair: First Premium

 

Folder 18

Order of the Eastern Star

  1. Resolution No. 1-7
  2. Form for presenting By-laws, Amendments, Alterations, or Repeals to the Law signed by Ruth V. Pierce
  3. Form for presenting By-laws, Amendments, Alterations, or Repeals empty
  4. Hand written note: “The above was presented and read…”
  5. Suggested form of By-laws for subordinate chapters of the Order of the Eastern Star (OES)
  6. Form for presenting By-laws, Amendments, Alterations, or Repeals 1987 signed by Irene Morris
  7. Hand written note: “Article II section 2 written…”
  8. Form for submitting new laws, empty (2 copies)
  9. Form for submitting new laws, signed by Irene Morris
  10. Resolution No. 4; March 1996
  11. By-laws of Ira chapter September 3, 1953 (3 copies)
  12. Roster of Ira chapter
  13. Fanfare for the 1984-85 Grand Officers in an envelope
  14. Language of the far and handwritten note from Ruth in envelope
  15. Diagram with explanation letter; January 21, 1984
  16. Genealogy notes of Alma Burris

 

Folder 19

Order of the Eastern Star

  1. Handwritten history of Ira chapter #84 May 17, 1956
  2. List of Worthy Matrons and Worthy Patrons from 1911-1961
  3. Letter from Cammille L. Bazzon to Ruth Pierce
  4. Document 1937: “Mrs. Nellie Ray…”
  5. June 1980 three page document: “For centuries…”
  6. Timeline 1939-1983 on Index cards of OES
  7. “Ira chapter #84 OES was 75 years old this month 1986…”
  8. May 1956, “Ira chapter #84, in the years since its constitution in 1911…”
  9. “Ira chapter was instituted on April 12, 1911…” Typed document
  10. September 1979 “Mrs. Bryce W. Patton”
  11. Letter to Gertrude S. Davies December 30, 1963
  12. Portraits of Beauty Program
  13. June 14, 1986 Official Visit Program
  14. Tableau of Christmas Scenes 1986
  15. 88th Annual Proceedings
  16. Letter from Ruth to Irene February 28, 1986
  17. Letter from Ruth to Irene January 8, 1986
  18. Portraits of Beauty March 23, 1987
  19. Portraits of Beauty Draft (2 copies)
  20. A Trilogy of Beautiful Portraits Speech 1987 (2 copies)
  21. 41st Annual Installation of Officers

 

 

 

Folder 20

  1. Folder containing various newspaper clippings from January – March 1998 including:

Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, burials, and engagement announcements, Kentwood Community pictures, News Ledger. Graduation announcements, Advertisements, and other topics (141)

  1. Folder containing various newspaper clippings from January – March 1999 including:

Local Lore and Legends, O.E.S articles, News Ledger, UDC chapters, Obituaries, Community members, Engagements, various clubs and churches, Community Development (83)

  1. Newspaper clippings including articles of obituaries, letters to the editor, and community members (12)
  2. Personal letters from Clifford Massoth, Otto Rob Landelius, and F.N.W.Seal (3)
  3. Handwritten notes on loose and scrap paper (9)
  4. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly October 1967
  5. Minnesota Historical Society Catalog 1968 - 1969

 

Folder 21

Folder dated July 1996 containing:

  1. Newspaper clippings including articles on Local Lore and Legends, News Ledger, UDC chapters, Obituaries, Community members, Engagements, Camp Moore, Anniversaries, Clubs, Birth announcements (192)
  2. Letters and typed documents from United State Department of the Interior, Bruce E. Simpson, Grit Reader, Iron & Steel Museum of Alabama (8)
  3. Handwritten notes on scrap paper (2)
  4. Folder containing newspaper clippings from September 1996 including obituaries, News Ledger, Letters to the Editor, Community members, Local companies, Festivals, Wedding announcements, Advertisements, Anniversaries, Clubs and organizations, and Students (119)
  5. Folder containing newspaper clippings from November 1996 including obituaries, Advertisements, Letters to the Editor, Community members, and wedding and anniversary announcements (24)

 

Folder  22

Folder dated April 1996 containing:

  1. Newspaper clippings(6)
  2. Folder dated May 1996 containing newspaper clippings including Local Lore and Legends, O.E.S., birthdays, Garden Club, Obituaries, , and Community members and events (30)

Additional folder dated May 1996 containing:

  1. Newspaper clippings including Local Lore and Legends, News Ledger, Camp Moore, Daughters of the Confederacy, Reunions, Masonic Lodge, Obituaries, Community members, Engagements, Anniversaries, and Clubs (122)
  2. Handwritten notes and letters signed Ethel Cavalier, Ginger, Tate (11)

 

Folder 23

  1. Folder dated June 1996 containing newspaper clippings including obituaries, News Ledger, Community members and events, Reunions, Weddings, Clubs and organizations, Country Corner, Slice of Life, UDC, A Peek at the Creek (96)
  2. Folder dated September – December 1998 containing newspaper clippings including obituaries, News Ledger, Town Council, Parades, Festivals, Fairs, Community members, Reunions, Wedding, Garden Club, Birth announcements, and a copy of the Scottish Rite 1998 (93)

 

Box 59:

Folder 1

Folder dated August 1996 containing:

  1. Newspaper clippings including Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, burials, and engagement announcements as well as other various topics.
  2. Personal letters from United State Department of the Interior, Edwin Schilling, Joseph Sanders, Ginger Caughman, and Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
  3. Handwritten notes on loose paper
  4. Typed documents

 

Folder 2

  1. Folder dated October 1999 – December 2001 containing newspaper clippings including Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, burials, engagement and wedding announcements, Camp Moore, Kentwood Community, and other topics

 

Folder 3

  1. Folder dated April – July 1998 containing newspaper clippings including Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, burials, engagement and wedding announcements, Community pictures, as well as other various topics

 

Folder 4

  1. Containing newspaper clippings on Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, burials, engagement and wedding announcements, Community pictures, festivals, clubs, Kentwood Natives, Cemeteries, birthdays from January – May 1997.

 

Folder 5

  1. containing newspaper clippings Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, burials, engagement and wedding announcements, Kentwood Community, O.E.S. banquets, Kentwood Festival, Campus Life, Livingston Lodge Masters, Class Reunion, Kentwood Rotary Club, Music Club, Spring Creek Lodge, Highway 51 Task Force, Garden Club, Kentwood Native from June-November 1997.

 

Folder 6

  1. Tenth annual Louisiana Archeology week schedule
  2. Personal letters from Faye Price, Mary Joyner, Elden & Mary, Pete (4)
  3. Folder dated December 1997 newspaper clippings Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, burials, engagement and wedding announcements, Community members, LSU graduates, Rotary club, Council on Aging, Art Guild, Community choir, Greenlaw Baptist Church (70)
  4. First email correspondence November 23, 1997

 

Folder 6

  1. Various newspaper articles in plastic binder sleeves Local Lore and Legends, Obituaries, Main Street Memories, Camp Moore, UDC, Letters to the Editor, Sunny Hill School, Community members, Rotary Club, Kentwood Museum, Dairy Day Pageant, Dairy Day Parade, Sunday Star articles, Masonic Lodge, Sweet home Missionary Baptist, Dixie Spirits, letters signed Lea, Patrick Kay Hughs, Photographs (35 plastic sleeve pages)

 

Box 60 (oversized box)

  1. Kentwood senior class of 1931 photo
  2. Kentwood Commercial: 1902, 1906, 1910, 1913-14, 1923, 1926, 1931, 1935, 1941, 1944, 1946-51.
  3. Kentwood News 1969
  4. Kenwood Gazette 1911
  5. Plan of the Town of Kirksville Map, January 23, 1907
  6. John Jane News 1924

 

Box 61 (oversized box)

  1. Large Framed picture of Lampton (?) Hutchinson House
  2. Kentwood Pine Arisan Drinking Water plaque
  3. Plaque of Freemasons 1971-72
  4. Railroad nails (4 bags)

 

Box 62 (oversized box)

  1. Kentwood Commercial 1899-1901
  2. Map of Louisiana (no date)
  3. 200th birthday of America poster with president list and pictures
  4. Map of Baton Rouge Campaign 1862
  5. Article about Grierson’s Raid
  6. The Amite Progress 1936-1945
  7. Times Picayune paper from 1924

 

Box 63

Folder 1

  1. The Foundation of Thanatology pamphlets (35)
  2. Typed documents and letters about the Foundation of Thanatology (104)
  3. Newspaper clippings on death (3)
  4. Handwritten notes on loose paper (16)

 

Folder 2

  1. Notes on loose paper on the Tulane Medical Center (7)
  2. Letters from Tulane Medical Center (4)
  3. Newspaper clipping on the Tulane Medical Center
  4. Typed documents about the Tulane Medical Center (16)

 

Folder 3

  1. Photographs from the AAHM’s 61st annual meeting 1988 (43)

 

Folder 4

  1. AAHM call for papers
  2. AAHM officers and committees
  3. AAHM directory
  4. Letter from Jeanne Brand President of AAHM

AAHM Newsletters

  1. Winter 1986
  2. June 1987
  3. October 1987
  4. October 1988
  5. February 1989
  6. Meeting registration
  7. Health & Sciences Archives brochure
  8. Receipts from Birmingham trip

 

Folder 5

  1. Typed documents from the History of Medicine Society (7)
  2. Old Red Brochure (2)
  3. Galveston brochure (2)
  4. John P. McGovern (2)
  5. Truman G. Blocker (2)
  6. AAHM 62nd annual meeting program 1989
  7. Handwritten notes on loose paper (26)

 

Folder 6

  1. Handwritten notes and printed documents on a Medical Ethics class 1974 – 1975 (154)

 

Folder 7

  1. Scrap paper with various handwritten notes (33)
  2. Letters and announcements from various senders (39)

 

Folder 8

  1. The Foundation of Thanatology welcome packet (13 items)
  2. Loose papers with various handwritten notes (112)
  3. Letters of correspondence for the Thanatology Foundation (24)
  4. Typed documents on the foundation (77)

 

Folder 9

  1. American Association for History of Medicine (AAHM) 61st annual meeting brochure 1988
  2. Society for Health & Human Values membership directory 1986 – 1987
  3. AAHM membership directory 1986
  4. AAHM guidelines for meeting 1986

 

Box 64

Folder 1

  1. Quarterly Cumulative Index Medicus 1898 – 1985 (305 pages)

 

Folder 2

  1. Loose leaf paper with handwritten notes “RIP List” with names, dates, and places
  2. Methodist Hospital typed history (11)
  3. Medical Research workshop itinerary 1972 – 1982 (10)
  4. Tulane History of Medicine Society letter

 

Folder 3

  1. Society of Health and Human Values 1986 meeting program
  2. Notes, announcements, letters on the society (27)

 

Folder 4

  1. AAHM 1987 – 1989 Member list (14)
  2. Local arrangements committee letter
  3. Fundraiser news clip
  4. Notes on loose paper (9)
  5. Letters (14)
  6. Donor lists (5)
  7. Pamphlet 1987
  8. Photographs (7)
  9. Registration packet (6)

 

Folder 5

  1. University of Texas Medical Branch student photos 1975 – 1976 (7)
  2. Semester schedule 1976 – 1977
  3. Class list 1975 (4)
  4. Medical Record Science articles (68)
  5. Handwritten notes on loose paper (4)
  6. Thank you letter from James Morris to Sally 1974

 

Folder 6

  1. History and Philosophy of Biomedical Science class notes and handouts (40)
  2. Letter to graduate students from Dr. Chester Burns 1974 (2)
  3. Locating primary & secondary sources by Dr. Chester Burns (4)
  4. Letter from Dr. Donald Bosshart

 

Folder 7

  1. Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine information booklet 1981 (2)
  2. Schedule of classes summer – fall 1988 (12)
  3. Course description pages (9)
  4. Tulane Informational brochures (3)
  5. Courses of instruction catalog 1987 – 1988 (24)
  6. Information folder march 1, 1982 (28)
  7. Information folder May 18, 1988 (13)
  8. Information folder December 14, 1982 (16)

 

Folder 8

  1. Houston endorsement list of possible donors (3)
  2. Foundation directory (14)
  3. Information sheets on The Houston Foundation (3)
  4. Handwritten notes on loose paper (2)
  5. Envelope addressed to James P. Morris, Jr.
  6. Article "The Years of the Horse Soldier." March 1966. 5 pages.

 

Box 65

Folder 1

  1. Sid W. Richardson Foundation annual report 1978
  2. Hogg Foundation for mental health newspaper clipping and letter 1975 – 1976
  3. Rockefeller Foundation announcement

 

Folder 2

  1. National Endowment for the Humanities program announcement 1973 – 1974
  2. Letter from Nancy Englander 1976
  3. Letter to Richard Ekman 1974
  4. National Library of Medicine extramural programs 1977 – 1978 (16)
  5. Letters from Randall Worthington 1977 – 1978 (2)
  6. Letter to Mr. Worthington 1978 (2)

 

Folder 3

  1. Letter from James Morris to IPE students 1975 (3)
  2. Medicine & Humanities committee final report 1972 (42)
  3. The Concept of Disease pamphlet
  4. Book list (11)
  5. News clip Urban Guerilla Group 1974
  6. Letter from Dr. Don Micks 1975
  7. Letter to Dr. Micks 1975
  8. Faculty program charts (6)
  9. Letters from Dr. J. Palmer Saunders 1975 (2)
  10. Graduate courses documents (4)

 

Folder 4

  1. History and Philosophy of Medicine & Common Health student tests and evaluations 1975 (13)
  2. Class notes and handouts (20)

 

Folder 5

  1. Black Medical History Seminar June 1975 written notes and handouts (24)
  2. Impact of Social Factors on Medical Care documents (32)

 

Folder 6

  1. Seminar for Medical Practitioners 1975 list of participants (3)
  2. Seminar schedule (8)
  3. Seminar required reading list (5)
  4. Informational brochure
  5. Newspaper clippings discussing the seminar (2)
  6. Handouts and notes from the seminar (163)

 

Folder 7

  1. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association banquet program May 1, 1981
  2. Letter from Jim Perrin
  3. Photos labeled Marsalis family (5)
  4. Obituary for Mary Aleen Wixon (2)
  5. Handwritten notes on loose paper including family charts and printed documents with notes (26)
  6. Letter signed Tommy
  7. Email correspondence from Thomas Wixon (3)
  8. Tangi Parish Queries (5)
  9. Local Lore & Legend (2)
  10. Emails about John Mason (4)

 

Folder 8

  1. Handwritten notes on loose paper (24)
  2. Newspaper clippings including obituaries, last rites, history of Kentwood (5)
  3. Letter from Law office of William Guy
  4. Photos of Crump family (5)
  5. Zielinski CD labeled documents and photos
  6. Letter from Phyllis & Barry Zielinski (13)
  7. Additional handwritten notes on loose paper
  8. Various photo copied pictures (13)

 

Folder 9

  1. “Just As I Am” by Irene Morris (6)
  2. List of books (2)
  3. Obituary for Arthur Bergeron Jr
  4. Admiral Henry Pitts photographs (6)
  5. Printed documents about Osyka (5)
  6. Newspaper clippings on the admirals death
  7. Handwritten notes, letters, and greeting cards between Morris and Pitts (16)

 

Folder 10

  1. Newspaper clippings on Kentwood Brick Industry, Local Lore & Legends, obituaries (47)
  2. Photograph of Aubrey Morse
  3. Printed documents and handwritten notes (31)
  4. “Pintaro Stelle Chronology includes: Van Vorst, Marselis, Hutchins” January 2000 with notes and pictures stuffed throughout

 

Box 66

  1. Ebony Magazine May 1969
  2. The Ladies Home Journal December 1917
  3. The Ladies Home Journal May 1926
  4. The Delineator June 1901

 

Kentwood News

  1. 7 July 1966: “Shop In Kentwood During This Great Clearance”
  2. 7 July 1966: “Urges Kentwood to Back Brick Plant”
  3. 28 July 1966: “Chicken-Queuing Enjoyed By All”
  4. 4 August 1966: “Jaycees To Hold Special Meeting Monday”
  5. 11 August 1966: Construction To Begin On Kentwood Brick Plant”
  6. 14 September 1966: “Remnant Sale”
  7. 15 September 1966: “New UDC Chapter Installs Officers”
  8. 20 October 1966: “Local Boy Wounded in Viet Nam”
  9. 16 October 1966: “Kentwood Crushes Liberty”
  10. 3 November 1966: “Roos Lambast Wildcats 13-0”
  11. 1 December 1966: Kangaroos Beat Fatima 41-20”
  12. 29 December 1966: “‘We are Just Starting’ Says Team”
  13. 5 January 1967: “Prominents To Attend Banquet”
  14. 16 February 1967: “Local Women Attend State Conference”
  15. 23 February 1967: “Set April 15th for Bond Vote”
  16. 2 March 1967: “Masons Observe 100th Anniversary”
  17. 16 March 1967: “Lee Hutchinson Named Alderman”
  18. 30 March 1967: City Council Recalls Tax Election Til May 20
  19. 18 May 1967: “Schools to Integrate”
  20. 22 May 1967: “Stephen Garner to Receive Music Degree”
  21. 22 June 1967: “Police Jury Rejects Low Bid” (2 copies)
  22. 29 June 1967: “418 Negros Apply for Admission”
  23. 27 July 1967: “The Kangaroo Trail”
  24. 7 September 1967: “School Integration Brings a Few Changes”
  25. 14 September 1967: “Roos loose to Indy 12-7”
  26. 14 September 1967: “Grand Opening of Jamboree”
  27. 21 September 1967: “Roo’s Crush Doyle 40-13”
  28. 27 September 1967: Peaceniks Planning Huge Demonstration”
  29. 28 September 1967: “Girls Coronation”
  30. 31 August 1967: “Study Plan for Industrial Park”
  31. 2 November 1967: “Elect Frank M. Edwards, Jr.”
  32. 2 November 1967: “Take Off with Books”
  33. 21 December 1967: “Edwards is Sheriff”
  34. 8 February 1968: “School Mixing Ruled”
  35. 18 April 1968: “Calls for Riot Probe”
  36. 9 May 1968: “Elton Shaw Still Kentwood Coach”
  37. 23 May 1968: “Kentwood Man Elected President of LP&L”
  38. 30 May 1968: “48 To Graduate Friday Night”
  39. 6 June 1968: “Port Commission Bill Arouses Local Interest”
  40. 8 August 1968: “We Endorse John Rarick”
  41. 2 January 1969: “100 Years Old to Honor Aunt Mamie”
  42. 13 March 1969: “No Sex Education to be Taught Here”
  43. 11 September 1969: “1st Ward Schools Almost 75% Negro”
  44. 2 April 1970: “New Police Computer New Valley Forge School”
  45. 16 April 1970: “To Elect New Board”
  46. 28 May 1970: “Towns Pledge Help With Food Stamps”
  47. 28 May 1970: “Court News”
  48. 16 July 1970: Ads
  49. Tangi Talk: 22 November 1967: “Joe Lupo Proposes New Contract”

 

Box 67

  1. Box of geodes
  2. Sandollars (2)
  3. Box of rocks from Hint Ridge, Ohio (from Tate Reed)
  4. The Dixieland Gem & Mineral Show: tumble polished gemstone
  5. Box of fossils from Moosenee, Canada
  6. Purple eggplant rocks
  7. Tin can of cropolites
  8. Box with sulphur and oyster shells
  9. Small tin with fluoride
  10. Rock from Corinth, Greece
  11. Coelentrata rocks in red box
  12. Jar of Apoele Tears
  13. Jar of unknown purple rocks
  14. Jar of rocks from Nebraska
  15. Bag of assorted rocks
  16. Box of rocks from Lake Superior
  17. Matchbox of rocks from Missouri
  18. Bag of Gastropods
  19. Box of rocks from Indiana
  20. Box with an Oregon Agate
  21. Box with Star coral
  22. Box of rocks from Franklin, North Carolina
  23. Box of rocks from Michigan
  24. Granite key chain
  25. Odd shaped rock in clear case
  26. Bag of colorful rocks
  27. Fossil rock with magnet on the back
  28. Arrowhead
  29. Two quartz
  30. Geode
  31. Louisiana Opal
  32. Flint Ridge Ohio Flint
  33. Indian Paint Ball, Iron
  34. Rabun County, GA rock
  35. Petrified Rock Show
  36. Lake Superior Rocks
  37. Kentwood Spheres
  38. Bag of rocks
  39. Tumble Polished Gemstone from Dixieland Gem and Mineral Show
  40. Ziplock bag of Rockhound Corp. Rocks

 

Box 68

  1. Cartoon map of New Orleans
  2. 1984 New Orleans World’s Fair poster (2)
  3. Manatvs watercolor map with program, “Map of Manhattan 1639
  4. Spirit Walker poster
  5. Casey at the Bat poster (2 copies)
  6. Mississippi River map from Venice to New Orleans
  7. Plan of the city of New Orleans copy of 1798 map
  8. Peruvia poster in Latin with maps on the back
  9. Map showing the land of the British Army, copy 171
  10. New Orleans Breakers poster 1984
  11. Orange Louisiana art poster (2)
  12. Fortifications and Early Settlements in the state of Louisiana (2)
  13. Robert E. Lee and Traveler poster (2)
  14. Topographical Map Sheet of Southern Louisiana and the Gulf Coast
  15. United States Western Coast
  16. Post Office Department Certificate
  17. B&W picture of the old State Capitol Building in Baton Rouge
  18. Blue Prints
  19. Gulf of Mexico map 1764
  20. Early American Automobile posters (2)
  21. Map of Louisiana
  22. Genealogy Tree map
  23. Early Georgia Map
  24. Louisiana drawn history cartoon posters (27)
  25. Satellite Images of the United States (2)

 

Box 69  Artifacts

  1. Miniature flower vase paintings (2)
  2. Photo of church in metal frame
  3. UDC Certificate October 11, 2003
  4. 1975 Rotary Club plaque
  5. 2008 Rotary Club plaque
  6. 1982 Camp Moore plaque
  7. Daughters of the American Revolution certificate
  8. Antique Irons (5)
  9. Old glass Coke bottles (2)

 

Box 70

  1. Roger Williams Leaves Salem by Erwin M. Hearne Jr. 1964
  2. Isaac Backus Before Continental Congress by Erwin M. Hearne 1964
  3. James Ireland Preaching Through Prison Bars by Erwin M. Hearne 1964
  4. James Madison with John Leland by Erwin M. Hearne 1964
  5. Luther Rice Before Triennial Convention by Erwin M. Hearne 1964
  6. Luther Rice Arrives at the Bagby Home by Erwin M. Hearne 1964
  7. Gambrell and Frost Recommend Sunday School Board Erwin M. Hearne 1964
  8. Truett Preaches on Capital Steps by Erwin M. Hearne 1964
  9. Blowing Rock Western North Carolina
  10. Colored photo of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
  11. Train tin with train whistles and doubloons and spikes
  12. Tangipahoa Parish Shrine Club Fez
  13. Scottish rite bodies fez

 

Box 71: (Oversized)

  1. Irene Morris personal bible with notes
  2. Newspaper from “Opinion” (07/01/1979)
  3. Newspaper from “Morning World” (07/01/1979)
  4. Enterprise-Journal 1872-1972 McComb’s Centennial Edition (03/31/1972) (6 full newspapers included)
  5. The picture story of the Port Hudson Battlefield 1863 ND (14 pages)
  6. Newspaper clipping from 1902 (original)
  7. Photo of Apollo 7 Earth-Sky view of the New Orleans area (10/19/1968)
  8. Photo of Witbeck studio on E. Thomas St. Hammond (ND)
  9. Picture of Ginny Ball Bailey (ND)
  10. Picture of Sue Smith (10/29/1987)
  11. Picture of Irene and Morris Ford at dedication of Blog (ND)
  12. Picture of an unidentified male child on a cannon at Indian mound in Baton rouge (ND)
  13. Picture of Claudie Fenn Bailey (ND)
  14. Picture of Max Bailey (ND)
  15. Picture of Mrs. Max Fenn Bailey (ND)
  16. Group picture with 7 unidentified people (ND)
  17. Picture of a male and female standing next to four dolls (02/29/1988)
  18. Picture of William Gramps Hall (ND)
  19. Two pictues of Dr. James G. Traylor, Jr.
  20. Picture of Dr. Clea E. Parker.

 

Box 72:

  1. Bob Reid at the Top of the Mart in New Orleans records (2)
  2. Plate-Amos Kent Lumber & Brick Co. Ltd. Kentwood, LA
  3. Picture frame-includes photo of men on a boat in the swamp-taken by R. Walt, 1948
  4. Plaque with photograph of Second and Main Street, Kentwood, LA-description on back
  5. Plaque-Kentwood Box and Shingle Mf’g Co., Kentwood, LA
  6. Plaque-Kentwood Box and Shingle Mf’g Co. Limited, Kentwood, LA
  7. Plaque-check- Kentwood Baptist Church, October 27, 1894
  8. 5x7 black and white photograph in frame-includes: man, woman, and 2 children
  9. 8x10 color photograph in frame-Morris/Caughman family-description of people on back of photograph
  10. 2 coffee mugs
  11. sculpture of a beetle
  12. Magazine-Jerusalem Temple’s Annual Shrine Circus: The Circus with a Purpose, 1963
  13. Green tin box of ribbons, trinkets, proficiency award pins, and handwritten note.

 

Box 73 Oversized:

  1. Framed drawing-Fenn Family Chart, prepared by Doug Cobb, October 15, 1994
  2. Framed land plot diagram-Kentwood, LA
  3. Framed photograph-house purchased by Mr. and Mrs. J. Polk Morris, Jr.
  4. Oversized certificate of membership-certifying Mr. J. W. Reid that he is a Special Agent of Illinois Central Railway, March 2, 1916
  5. Framed painting of strawberry farmers-Lovel, 1975
  6. Framed “bird’s eye view” photograph-Battle of Baton Rouge, August 5, 1862, sketched by James J. Kelly
  7. Framed map-T. 1 S. R. 7 E., Greensburg District
  8. “Bird’s eye view” photograph-Kentwood, LA
  9. Framed photograph-to Irene Morris from Pierce, August 1988