Bertha Neff Collection

Box 1:

Folder 1:

  1. Typed correspondence between Bob Ramos, Vice President of Covington Engineering Corp.,
    and an unknown responder. Ramos’ letter addressed to an M.T. Benedict, regarding the
    history of Covington, L.A. September & October 1963. (2 items)
  2. News clipping, “Famous Old Lake Steamboat Finds Grave in Tchefuncte.” Regarding the
    New Camelia 1920.
  3. News clipping listing 56 miles of road in the Washington-St. Tammany area with new
    blacktop. N.d.
  4. Newspaper excerpt, “Spanning the Lake.” Regarding the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway.
    1/29/1956.
  5. Photocopy of news clipping, “Covington’s Courage and Humanity.” 10/2/1897.
  6. News clipping, “Milepost No. 1 Will Stand as Pontchartrain RR Tombstone.” Regarding
    the Pontchartrain Railroad in New Orleans. 6/24/1956.
  7. Typed note regarding the protests of transportation.
  8. News clipping, “from files of The St. Tammany Farmer 1874 – 1960.”
  9. News clipping, “River Handles Varied Cargo.” 7/5/1948.
  10. News clipping, Jackson railroad & New Orleans information. Includes handwritten note
    regarding New Orleans and Nashville railroad.
  11. News clipping, “Ships That Made New Orleans.” 10/20/1940.
  12. Handwritten notes regarding railroads in 1860s – 1870s. (3 items)
  13. Place card for Marsha Ann Luke Moore, The Coliseum, Hammond, LA. 1/2/1971.
  14. Handwritten note regarding Toll Bridges. N.d. (2 items)
  15. News clipping, “New Orleans a Century Ago.” November 1946.
  16. Typed note, “Commissioners of the Bagged Road.” Madisonville to Covington. 8/21/1947.
  17. Appendix, List of Sailing Vessels Built in St. Tammany Parish, 1888.
  18. Typed note, “Early Lake Craft.” Includes some handwritten notes.
  19. Typed note, Commercial Development of the Parish 1850 – 1860.
  20. News clipping, “Flashback: New Orleans a Century Ago.” January 1950.
  21. Flyer for Chevrolet vehicles for sale. N.d.
  22. Typed note to Philip F. Burns from J.L. James, editor of Louisville and Nashville
    Railroad Company Employers’ [sic] Magazine. Regarding the “History of the L. & N.
    Railroad, 1850 – 1942.” Includes two articles, “When the N.O. & M. was the N.O. M.
    & C.,” by R.T. Pruitt (January 1930) and “In Spite of Yellow Jack and Torero Rot,”
    by K.A.H. (October 1939). (6 items)

Folder 2:

  1. Brochure, Summer and Fall Planting, by Bertha Lee Ferguson, Home Garden Specialist.
  2. Typed letter to C. Howard Nichols from Edward M. Boagni, M.D., Baton Rouge General
    Hospital. Regarding committees of the St. Tammany Historical Society. 9/24/1974. (2
    items)
  3. Brochure, The First Annual Dinner Meeting of the St. Tammany Historical Society. T.
    Harry Williams, guest speaker. 3/14/1975.
  4. Tammany Historical Society letterhead. (2 items)
  5. News photo from STHS meeting. Pictured are Mrs. Amos Neff, Dr. Edward Boagni III,
    and Dr. T. Harry Williams. 3/14/1975.
  6. Photo from STHS meeting, boy scouts and flags. 3/14/1975.
  7. Photo from STHS meeting. 3/14/1975.
  8. Photo of T. Harry Williams speaking at a podium. 3/14/1975.
  9. Typed letter from St. Tammany Historical Society to ‘Dear Friend.’ Regarding Pere
    Planchet Grocery, Covington, LA. 11/15/1954.
  10. Magazine, Tammany. The Official Publication of the St. Tammany Parish Fair Association. 1972.
  11. Green folder containing information on St. Tammany Tours, 1979. Includes typed and
    handwritten information on Flagstaff, a raised cottage in Mandeville. Also includes
    information on Little Flower Villa, on the Mandeville Lakefront, as well as a page
    from The Foundation for Historical Louisiana, several hand drawn maps of St. Tammany
    Parish, a photocopied news clipping on the 1818 Robinwood home in Covington, a page
    of historic St. Tammany homes, a newspaper release titled “St. Tammany Parish Tour
    of Homes” (19 pages), an informational sheet of the Heritage Tour 1979, including
    a map and key, and a handwritten list of homes in St. Tammany. Also includes a brochure
    for the Louisiana State Museum, a flier for the Heritage Tour 1979, a flier titled
    “The Foundation for Historical Louisiana Invites You to Attend the Eleventh Annual
    Preservation Workshop, Well Springs and Watering Holes,” the official program for
    Well Springs and Watering Holes, and handwritten note to ‘Ethel,’ from ‘Melba,’ regarding
    those who helped with the Heritage Day. Finally, includes a press release titled “Played
    With Immense Success” To Open at the Louisiana State Museum” (5 pages), Heritage Day
    fliers (2) and hand drawn maps of the Heritage Tour (3 items).

Folder 3:

  1. Typed letter from Frank L. Passananti to St. Tammany Parish. Regarding the Pearl River
    Delta region pirates, specifically Pierre Rameau. 1/21/1980.
  2. Typed letter from Mrs. E.W. Clinton, Historian with the Lawrence County Historical
    Society. Regarding boat traffic on the Pearl River from 1830 – 1915. Includes two
    maps of Southeast Louisiana and South-Central Mississippi. 6/29/1979.
  3. Typed document, “Early Roads, Ferries and Bridges – Trails and Traces.” Regarding
    19th century transportation in St. Tammany Parish, including bridges and ferries. N.d.
    (4 items)
  4. Typed letter from Rudy Leverett to the St. Tammany Historical Society. Regarding Confederate
    army deserters in Jones County, Mississippi during the Civil War. 9/30/1981.
  5. Bound catalogue, “St. Tammany Parish Louisiana Resources and Facilities.” From the
    State of Louisiana Dept. of Public Works and St. Tammany Parish Planning Board. 1950s.
    (112 pages)  
  6. Bound catalogue, The Louisiana Genealogical Register, XXIX, No. 4. December 1982.
  7. Bound catalogue, “Louisiana Soldiers in the War of 1812.” The Louisiana Genealogical
    and Historical Society. 1963. (126 pages)

Folder 4:

  1. News clipping, “Building Over 100 Years Old Can Be Preserved Here for $500.” Pere
    Planchet Grocery, Covington, Louisiana. 11/19/1954.
  2. News clipping, “The Ear Was Chawed Off.” Regarding an 1815 incident in St. Tammany
    Parish. 3/4/1950.
  3. Typed document, “Corporate By-Laws of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society.”
    N.d. (7 pages)
  4. Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society 1971 Membership Card for Mrs. Amos Neff.
  5. Typed letter to Mr. Powell Casey from Murvan M. Maxwell, President, Louisiana Genealogical
    and Historical Society. Regarding Amendments to Charter and/or By-Laws. 4/1/1971.
  6. Typed document, Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society Board of Trustees Meeting
    Agenda, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 4/16/1971.
  7. Typed letter from Mr. Roy Ard to the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society.
    Regarding an Ard/Hagan family history inquiry. 4/12/1971. (4 items)
  8. Typed letter from Marvin M. Maxwell, President of the Louisiana Genealogical and Historical
    Society to All Annual Members in good standing. Regarding an Amendment to the By-Laws.
    3/25/1970.
  9. Typed letter from Vinnie (?) Magee to “All Interested Persons in St. Tammany Parish.”
    Regarding meetings of genealogical groups from Washington and St. Tammany Parishes.
    4/19/1954.

Folder 5:

  1. Informational card, “Historical Sketch of the Ellis Family, by S.A. Perry.”
  2. Various news clippings regarding the Ellis family of Covington in the 1960s. (7 items)
  3. Handwritten notes regarding Ellis family. (4 items)
  4. Ancestry chart.
  5. Typed document, photocopied. “Genealogical and Historical Sketch of the Ellis Family,”
    by S.A. Perry. (11 pages)

Folder 6:

  1. Various news clippings regarding the history and citizens of Mandeville throughout
    the 1950s through the early 1980s. (20 items)
  2. Typed template letter to Governor Edwin Edwards, regarding the destruction of the
    Chinchaga Oaks in Mandeville, LA. Late 1970s. (2 copies)
  3. Information booklet, “Mandeville, Louisiana, On Lake Pontchartrain. St. Tammany Parish,
    Louisiana.”
  4. Typed note regarding St. Eugene’s College. Include handwritten note. (3 items)
  5. Handwritten letter to Mr. Adrian D. Schwartz from “Amanda.” 3/6/1949. (2 items)
  6. Town of Mandeville Bicentennial Flag and Certificate Dedication Ceremony official
    program. 1/10/1976.
  7. Handwritten notes on Chinchaga information. (2 items)
  8. Handwritten notes, Sketch on Family of Thomas Wharton Colleens. (14 items)
  9. Brochure, “World’s Longest Bridge.” Lake Pontchartrain Causeway.
  10. Newsletter, Beau Chine Country Club. December 1995 – January 1996.

Folder 7:

  1. Hand drawn map of Folsom. N.d.
  2. Bound manuscript, “Folsom, Louisiana: A Wilderness Town,” by Gary Bruce Jenkins. Term
    Paper Presented to Dr. Dudley S. Johnson, History Department, Southeastern Louisiana
    University. 3/4/1973.

Folder 8:

  1. Women’s Progressive Union Year Book, 1955 – 1956.
  2. Women’s Progressive Union Roll of Members 1948 – 1958. (15 items)

Folder 9:

  1. News clipping, “Transfer Is Ordered for Mission of St. Dominic.” Covington, LA. N.d.
  2. News clipping, “New Hussar Church Will Be Dedicated.” Dominic Church, Hussar, LA.
    7/13/1958.
  3. News clipping, “Has Time By-Passed French Settlement?” Regarding V-E Day, World War
    II. 11/30/1958.
  4. Map, “1st Lanier Headright.” Genealogical Map of Greensburg, LA.

Folder 10:

  1. The Official Call for The Forty-Third Annual Convention for Louisiana Federation of
    Women’s Clubs- Baton Rouge, La, March 8, 1985
  2. Constitution and By-laws sixth district of Louisiana Federation of women’s Clubs 
  3. List of each department and duties, undated
  4. Outline of the Constitution, undated 
  5. Woman’s Progressive Union, Organized March 1907
  6. Charter Members of W.P.U. 
  7. Sixth District Departments, Divisions and Committees For 1954-56
  8. Louisiana Federation of Woman’s Clubs Inc. Newsletter 1952-1953
  9. September 1952
  10. October 1952
  11. November 1952
  12. December 1952
  13. April 1953
  14. May 1953

Folder 11:

  1. Directory 1951-1953, Resaved August 1952
  2. “Better Utilization of Woman power”- Louisiana Conference Report, Jan. 1944 
  3. Parliamentary Usage for Women’s Club
  4. Women’s Progressive Union- Member Roll 1949-1952

Box 2:

Folder 1:

  1. F.W.C Sixth District- Program
  2. 41stAnnual Meeting Sixth District L.F.W.C 
  3. Woman’s Progressive Union Yearbook
  4. Woman’s Progressive Union- Treasurer
  5. Notebook for Treasurer Bertha Neff, undated
  6. F.W.C programs- 1958 
  7. Handbook for Clubs Women 1954-1956 
  8. Women Progressive Union card from Jenee T. Bear 
  9. Single Entry Ledger, Undated 
  10. The River call Covington Country Clubs 

Folder 2:

  1. Letter to Novena D. Core from Mr. Adrian Schwartz 
  2. June 6, 1950 
  3. June 27, 1950
  4. Handwritten notes 
  5. Letter to Robert Ochsner from unknown, Aug. 1950
  6. Newspaper clippings

Folder 3:

  1. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association, Hammond, Louisiana, By-Laws 
  2. Bailey- Joiner Cemetery 
  3. Bennett Cemetery
  4. Willie Cemetery
  5. Parish St. Tammany Territory 
  6. Family history 
  7. Statues of US Transcriptions for Parishes in the Southeast January 1977

Folder 4:  

  1. Official records –1978 
  2. Full Issue- Tangi Talk, April 2, 1969, Vol .39, No. 44
  3. Full Issue Tangi Talk, 39, No. 43

Folder 5:  

  1. Letter from Zuma F. Magee to Bertha Neff 1972 
  2. Directory of Louisiana Genealogist and others Engaged in LA Research 
  3. History of Livingston Parish, March 29, 1974 Confederate states (1861-65) 
  4. Letter to Neff from Clark Forrest Jr. 

Folder 6:

  1. Parish Officials from St. Helena (1832), 1835- carious parishes, Livingston (1837) 
  2. Minutes Tangipahoa River Baptist Association 7thAnnual session- September 21,1895 
  3. Various Locations of the Livingston Parish Courthouse by Clark Forrest, February 1974 
  4. Map of the town of Springfield, Livingston Parish Louisiana- July 31. 1850 
  5. Letter to Amos Neff from Clark Forrest 
  6. History of Ponchatoula 
  7. An Act- Copy at Baton Rouge, LA on March 21,1973 

Folder 7: 

  1. Letter to Bertha Neff from R.A. Magee 
  2. An index to the 1820 Census of Louisiana’s Florida Parishes and 1812 census for St.
    Tammany Parish Tax List 1972 
  3. 1900 Census Tangipahoa Parish, La, Surname Index by James M. Perrin 1982 
  4. Florida List 
  5. August 23, 1891 
  6. July 9, 1921 
  7. November 5, 1921 
  8. May 17, 1924 

Folder 8:  

  1. Daughters of the American Revolution application, 2 copies. One copy is for Leslie
    Hebert, one copy is for Dorothy Daubert

Box 3: Daughters of the American Revolution

  1. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 65,
    1923
  2. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 66,
    1923
  3. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 69,
    1924
  4. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 70,
    1924
  5. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 71,
    1924
  6. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 72,
    1924
  7. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 73,
    1924
  8. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 74,
    1924
  9. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 75,
    1925
  10. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 76,
    1925
  11. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 77,
    1925
  12. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 78,
    1925
  13. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 79,
    1925

Box 4: Daughters of the American Revolution cont.  

  1. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 80,
    1925
  2. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 89,
    1926
  3. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 91,
    1927
  4. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 97,
    1927
  5. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 98,
    1928
  6. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 114,
    1930
  7. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 120,
    1931
  8. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 121,
    1931
  9. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 123,
    1931
  10. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 124,
    1931
  11. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Vol. 128,
    1932

Box 5: Daughters of the American Revolution cont. 

  1. Index of the Rolls of Honor in the Lineage Books of the N.S.D.A.R., Vol. 1-40
  2. Index of the Rolls of Honor in the Lineage Books of the N.S.D.A.R., Vol. 41-80
  3. Index of the Rolls of Honor in the Lineage Books of the N.S.D.A.R., Vol. 81-120
  4. Index of the Rolls of Honor in the Lineage Books of the N.S.D.A.R., Vol. 121-160
  5. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, January-December 1951
  6. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, January-December 1952 
  7. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, January-December 1953 
  8. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, January-December 1954
  9. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, February- December 1955

Box 6: 

Folder 1:

  1. Daughters of the American Revolution application, 2 copies. One copy is for Leslie Hebert,
    one copy is for Dorothy Daubert.
  2. South Carolina Descendants of John Wills Second Son-by-Name of Henry Willis Fredericksburg Virginia 
  3. The John Wills Family complied by Elizabeth Willis DeHUFF Augusta, Georgia
  4. Basic Reference Books and Genealogy, Heraldry, and Local History, a complete list
    of titles published through 1976. 
  5. The National Capitol, A chapter from the guidebook: “Washington: City and Capital” 
  6. The white house, pamphlet from a tour. 

Folder 2: Genealogy of Herriot family 

Folder 3: Cemetery Records 

  1. Cemetery Records from Jones Oklahoma 
  2. Scott Family Cemetery near Wilson, Louisiana (East Feliciana Parish) 
  3. East Cemetery records
  4. Pine Grove Cemetery records 
  5. Clinton Cemetery records
  6. Silver Creek Cemetery records 
  7. Cemetery records
  8. Old Hazelwood Cemetery records 
  9. Index to the 1st Register Book of Epiphany Church (Episcopal) 1840-1860 

Loose Items:

#4: Descendants of Nicholas 

#5: An Index to the 1820 Census of Louisiana’s Florida Parishes and 1812 St. Tammany
Parish Tax List 
 

Box 7:  

  1. The Opelousas Post, 1764-1789: Guide to the St. Landry Parish Archives Deposited at
    Louisiana State Archives
  2. Genealogical Materials in The New Orleans Public Library by Collin B. Hamer, Jr
  3. Baton Rouge Newsletter, A Publication of the Baton Rouge, LA, Genealogical and Historical
    Society 1983
  4. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. I No. 1, January 1978
  5. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. I No. 2, March 1978
  6. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. I No. 3, June 1978
  7. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. I No. 4,
    September 1978
  8. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. II No. 5,
    January 1979 
  9. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. II No 6,
    March 1979
  10. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. II No.7,
    June 1979 
  11. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. II No. 8,
    September 1979
  12. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. III No.
    9, January 1980
  13. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. III No,
    10, March 1980
  14. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. III No 11, June 1980
  15. L’ Heritage, St. Bernard Genealogical Society, Life Springs Eternal, Vol. III No.
    12, September 1980
  16. The Kendrick Kindred, Vol. 1, Guy Dyson, 1973 
  17. German “Pest Ships”, 1720-1721 
  18. The Birdwell Family of America by Major General Ebon W. Wise
  19. Memories of Carlisle’s Old Graveyard, Sarah Woods Parkinson
  20. Richard Edwards and his wife Catherine Pond May, Their Ancestors Lives and Descendants by
    Rev. Maurice Swight Edwards, D.D. 
  21. The Reddit Families by W.M. Reddit, Jr. 
  22. The Founding of Fredericksburg, B. Morris Strouse, Esq., Vol. VI, No. 5
  23. 45thAnnual State Conference 1953-1954, Louisiana State Society Daughters of the American Revolution 1924
  24. 16thState Conference Daughters of the American Revolution, Monroe, Louisiana, February
    27-28, 1924 
  25. Handbook of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Third
    Edition, August 1955
  26. New Orleans Genesis, Vol XI No. 36, September 1970 
  27. New Orleans Genesis, Vol. 4 No. 14, March 1965
  28. Directory of Louisiana Cities, Towns, and Villages, Hon. John J. McKeithen Governor, 1967
    Edition 
  29. Index to Ouachita Parish Marriages 1800-1890
  30. Cumulative Subject Index of The Louisiana Genealogical Register 1954-1975 and Cumulative
    table of Contents of The Proceedings of the Annual Genealogical institutes 1958-1975 
  31. Louisiana Plantation Homes, no date or author 
  32. The Record, “The Black Experience in America, 1619-1979
  33. The Mississippi Genealogical Exchange, a Quarterly Devoted to Early Families and Records
    of Mississippi, Vol. XII Spring-Summer Number One and Two 
  34. The Mississippi Genealogical Exchange, a Quarterly Devoted to Early Families and Records
    of Mississippi, Vol. XII, Autumn No 3 
  35. The Mississippi Genealogical Exchange, a Quarterly Devoted to Early Families and Records
    of Mississippi, Vol. XII Winter Number 4
  36. Marriage Record Book #1 Robertson County Tennessee 

Box 8:  

Folder 1:  

  1. First Tax Roll Under USA 1811-1812, Early Settlers, copy
  2. Letter to Mrs. Robert Powers, 26 August 1816 
  3. Letter to Mrs. Amos Neff from Philip F Burns 
  4. Random writings from 1902
  5. Letter to Amos Neff from L.K. Rush from June 5, 1978 
  6. Letter to Amos Neff from Drouet W. Vidrine, July 17, 1977
  7. Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, Newsletter and Elected and Appointed
    Officers and Trustees, April 24, 1982 
  8. Letter to Mrs. Martin 
  9. Newspaper the Record, The Black Experience in America 1619-1979 
  10. Program for Marker Dedication, May 21, 1961, Sponsored by New Orleans Daughters of
    The American Revolution

Folder 2: 

  1. Papers Concerning the town of Madisonville, Louisiana. Dated 1834, 1829. History of
    Madisonville. 
  2. Includes letters to Mrs. Neff about Madisonville and the history of the city. 
  3. Genealogy papers 
  4. Sheet music for “Nature’s Praise.” 
  5. Papers about a marriage and family between Ben Richardson and Celia Bankstown dated
    on April 24, 1967. 
  6. A brief account of Janise Evans around 1821 

Folder 3:  

  1. Family papers for the family of Joseph Daige 
  2. Names from the Robertson family Bible going back to 1860. 
  3. The last will and testament of David Robertson, 1823
  4. Writings from the Deed Book Vol. 7- Hunting Courts 
  5. Tyson, Joiner, Robertson and allied Families, Copied Mrs. Amos Neff
  6. Information about Robertson family by Phillip McGehee
  7. Written notes that were copied, no date on them. 
  8. Handwritten notes about the Robertson
  9. Marriage papers from the Robertson family. 

Folder 4:  

  1. Copy of a letter sent to Ms. Johnson, from Bertha Neff
  2. Declaration of a window for pension, March 1811 
  3. Flashcards for Johnson: Paula Patrick, Johnson, Jennifer Patrick, Johnson, Sally Patrick
  4. Handwritten notes about Kendrick family 
  5. Copy of Handwritten notes. 
  6. Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund
  7. Handwritten Notes
  8. Package of Fontainebleau state Park Open to Public
  9. The Klansman, June 1978 
  10. Poster for the White Citizens of Tupelo

Folder 5: 

  1. W. McDougall dies at 85.
  2. Birth Records for Wilson Willy and Fanny Bennett, 9/29/1885 
  3. Record of Emmaline Hillmans and William J. Fitzmorris 
  4. Handwritten notes April 19, 1847 
  5. Birth Records 
  6. Notes for the State of Louisiana 
  7. Letter to Mr. Ewin Oct. 12, 1940
  8. Notes and Dates 1815.

Folder 6:  

  1. A letter with handwritten papers to Mrs. Neff form F.C. Dupree
  2. A check for 50 cents from April 28, 1981 and a letter to Martha Dutsch from Nov. 25,1980
  3. Original and copy of newspaper clipping Teacher, Editor, Lover –and Train Robber,
    Deep m Dixie. 
  4. Notes on the Terry family in St. Tammany Parish
  5. A Letter and notes from Richard L. Coffman to Bertha Neff 
  6. Pedigree Chart of Terry family and notes
  7. Letters about the Terry Family 
  8. To Bertha Neff from Mrs. Richard L. Coffman 
  9. To Bertha Neff from her Cousin Bee
  10. Letters and notes to Bertha 
  11. Letter to Bertha 
  12. Handwritten notes, copy. 
  13. Handwritten notes with relations to Walker Robertson.
  14. Records from Morrison Country, Mississippi

Folder 7: 

  1. Pedigree Chart from February 1, 1969, starting Harold James Touchette
  2. Pedigree Charts from March 17, 1969, starting Robert Fleeh Smith
  3. Handwritten notes from the Louisiana Genecology and History Society.
  4. Ancestor Chart of the John Jules Kelt 
  5. Ancestor Chart-Ave Lea Phillips
  6. Pedigree Chart and note from Louis Fontane
  7. Pedigree Chart of Erma Munson Rich
  8. Pedigree Chart from Munde P. Renfree
  9. Pedigree Chart from Leon Walker Gamble
  10. Pedigree Chart from Rita Joy Fontenot 
  11. Pedigree Chart from Clifton O. Bingham
  12. Pedigree Chart from Dr. Paul Milton Gray

Folder 8:   

  1. Pedigree Chart of Mary A. Peterson family 
  2. Pedigree Chart of Richard J Mire family 
  3. Pedigree Chart of Balassa
  4. Pedigree Chart of Cawyer and letter of cawyer 
  5. Pedigree Chart of McKay Family
  6. Pedigree Chart of Doris Derry Gisclair
  7. Pedigree Chart of JA Oats family 
  8. Letter to Gaskell and census records
  9. Pedigree Chart of Leonard family 
  10. Pedigree Chart of Lynn family 
  11. Pedigree Chart of Cyma family 
  12. Pedigree Chart of Arlon family 
  13. Pedigree Chart of Gonzales family 
  14. Pedigree Chart of Denham family and letter 
  15. Letter to Neff and Confederate Company Muster Roll 

Folder 9:  

  1. Letter to LA. Genealogical and Historical Society
  2. Pedigree Chart of Ewing
  3. Check and Letter to Neff
  4. Letter to Brother Johann Maan, March 20, 1816 
  5. Letter from Neff to Clams 
  6. Letter from the United Daughters of the Confederacy 
  7. Aufieo Family papers such as: Pedigree Charts, Letters 

Box 9:  

Folder 1:  

  1. Tangipahoa Parish records that contain pictures, list of members of Louisiana Historical
    Association, papers regarding Joseph Evan, papers from DC regarding the family during
    the revolutionary war.
  2. Papers regarding the Hammond Family, history of the Hammond family (ending with Peter
    Hammond), List of children of Peter Hammond and Tombstone Inscriptions. 
  3. Pedigree Chart of Chittor family 
  4. Letter and Pedigree chart for the John Landrum Family. 

Red book containing a genealogical of the core family including charts, lists, stretches
of land surveys. 
 

Folder 2:  

  1. Records of St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana  

Folder 3: Hosmer 

  1. Pictures and handwritten notes 
  2. Property Abstract to A.R. Smith returned by Legier, McEnery, and Waguespack 
  3. Note cards that were written by Bertha Neff, contains notes about the Hosmer family.
  4. A summoning to Court for St. Tammany Parish 
  5. Succession Papers of Eliza Ann Hosmer. 
  6. Handwritten notes by Bertha Neff concerning more of the Hosmer family members.
  7. Handwritten papers about the Hosmer family starting in 1880’s. 

Folder 4:  

  1. Letter to Bertha Neff to start gathering information for Childress Family along with
    information about the Childress Family. 
  2. Handwritten notes about the family. 
  3. An application for the Daughters of the American Revolution 
  4. Marriage list starting with Abram Penn and Angeline Hasmer
  5. Sketch of Life of Abram Penn (Colonel) in Patrick Country Virginia 
  6. Picture of the family crest

Folder 5:  

  1. A paper about the education legislature that was passed in 1830’s.
  2. A letter to Neff from Mary Ann Johnston about the Lanier family, includes information
    concerning the family for a full genealogical report, June 15, 1978. 
  3. Application for Membership in the Genealogical research society of New Orleans 
  4. Pedigree Chart of the Warren family. 
  5. A Letter concerning the Vardaman family including a copy of letter, a pedigree chart
    and names of the family members. 
  6. Norman’s Natchez, an Early Photographer and his Town by Joan W. Gandy and Thomas H.
    Gandy
  7. Education papers from Bertha Neff
  8. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Papers 1976 Vol.3
  9. Photo rolls in original packaging from Hebert Drug Store, Covington, LA 

Box 10: 

  1. Pedigree Charts, Volume Two, Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, 1968
  2. Papers about House Bill 824, Limiting railroad expropriation rights, June 10, 1981.
  3. Pedigree Charts, Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, 1968