C. Howard Nichols

C. Howard Nichols


Archival Collection


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BOX 1

 

FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS

1) Three cartoons in one 16" X 281/2" Frame

a) Plate IX. Tobacco Gruss Essay the Loftiest Stalk

b) Plate XI. The Cunning Fox Which Joins the Coon

c) Plate X. Hyenas Laugh and Drop the Crunching Bone (TOO LARGE FOR BOX--ON TOP OF BOX)

2) Funeral oration Delivered by Rev. Gerald L. K. smith for Senator Huey pierce Long, in The Tiger, New Orleans, Louisiana, Friday, September 20, 1935, Vol. 4, No.1; 141/2" x 191/2"

3) Envelope from Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th President of the united States, January 20, 1965, 6¾" x 8 ½"

4) Thank you note from Lyndon B. Johnson, 5¼" x 7¼"

5) Thank you note from Lyndon B. Johnson, 5¾" x 7¾"

6) Drawing of the view of the Camp of the Concession of Mr. Law at New Biloxi, Coast of Louisiana, designed by Jean Baptiste Michel de Boubac, December 1720, 24" x 41" (IN OVERSIZE PHOTOGRAPHIC CASE)

7) Greenwood Plantation (18 x 21 Framed)

 

LOCATED IN CLOSED STACKS

3' by 5' Framed reprint of 1858 Map of the plantations on the Mississippi River (From Natchez to New Orleans) by Persac. (Donated to Center for Regional Studies July 18, 1996)

 

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Following the lists of boxes and folders is a descriptive list of the material in this collection which identifies each item in every box and folder.

BOX 2

Folder

1. Prehistoric Louisiana

2. French Colonial Louisiana

3. Spanish Colonial Louisiana

4. West Florida Rebellion and Republic

5. Louisiana Purchase and the Territorial Period

6. Louisiana Purchase (special section of the Times-Picayune)

7. War of 1812 and Battle of New Orleans (clippings)

8. War of 1812 and Battle of New Orleans (books, brochures, postcard, and manuscripts)

9. Antebellum Louisiana

 

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BOX 3

Folder

1. Civil War in Louisiana (Maps, Articles, Broadside)

2. Civil War in Louisiana (Manuscripts)

3. Civil War in Louisiana (Clippings)

4. Civil War--General Material

5. Civil War--General Material

6. Louisiana History and Culture: 1865-1900

7. Louisiana History and Culture: 1865-1900

 

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BOX 4

Folder

1. Twentieth Century Louisiana

2. Twentieth Century Louisiana

3. Twentieth Century Louisiana Politics

4. Twentieth Century New Orleans

5. Bicentennial Material

6. Bicentennial Material

 

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BOX 5

Folder

1. Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

2. Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

3. Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

4. Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast Forts

5. Perique Tobacco

6. Rural Life Museum (Baton Rouge)

7. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway

8. Churches

9. Louisiana Bibliographies and Study Guide

10. Brochures on Historic Southern Places

11. Miscellaneous Material (see descriptive guide to this material)

 

The Following is a detailedList of Material in thepreviously mentioned boxes of this collection.

Newspapers most frequently mentioned are:

New Orleans Times-Picayune

New Orleans States-Item

Baton Rouge Morning Advocate.

Sunday Advocate [This is actually only the Sunday edition of the Morning Advocate.]

Dixie Roto Magazine [The Sunday magazine section of the Times-Picayune.]

 

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2

Folder 1

Prehistoric Louisiana

1. "Prehistoric Louisiana" by Anne Price in Sunday Magazine, Baton Rouge Morning Advocate, August 30, 1987.

2. "State's Cultural Heritage" by William Brockway, in Sunday Magazine, Baton Rouge Morning Advocate, April 6, 1975.

Folder 2 French Colonial Louisiana

Clippings:

1. "John Law's Bubble Burst 250 Years Ago" by Pie Dufour in New Orleans Times-

Picayune, October 25, 1970.

2. "Louisiana Places--Strange Sounding Names: Colbert River" unidentified newspaper clipping which cites the source for its information as B. F. French, "Historical Collections of Louisiana and Florida."

3. "The mighty rise and fall of Du Breuil" by Marjorie Roehl in Times-Picayune Feb. 28, 1988.

4. No-name clipping on origin of okra, newspaper and date are unknown.

 

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2

Folder 2 French Colonial Louisiana Continued

5. "200 Years Ago the Acadians Came" in Louisiana Highlights, Vol. 4, No. 7. Published by

La. Power and Light Co.

6. "Plans Approved on Restoration: Fort de la Boulaye" No newspaper or date is given.

7. "First French Settlement Site in La. Territory Found" (Fort Point Peninsula, Ocean Springs, Mississippi.) No newspaper or date is given.

8. "Bienville and His Brother Traced This Historic Path" (Bayou Lafourche) by Claire Puneky, in the Times-Picayune, November 17, 1974.

9. "French Week Plans Completed for 250th Anniversary of City" (New Orleans) by Pie Dufour, New Orleans States-Item, 1968.

10. "Scale model developed to aid fort rebuilding (Fort Maurepas)" in the Biloxi-Gulfport Daily Herald, March 16, 1972.

11. "Tonti's Search" (for Robert Cavelier de La Salle) Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, March 12, 1967.

12. "Twelfth Night Customs: Burning of the Greens is One of the Observances" in Sunday Baton Rouge Advocate, January 6, 1952.

13. "French Fort Site Believed Found in Miss. (Fort St. Peter)" newspaper and date not shown.

14. "Here's Brief Preview on John Law" by Pie Dufour in New Orleans States, March 11, 1965.

15. "LSU Professor Traces History of Political Graft in State" by Gibbs Adams in Baton Rouge Morning Advocate, October 10, 1968.

16. "Acadians Mark 200th Year in Louisiana" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, April 25, 1965.

17. "Louis St. Denis Wooed His Bride in Old San Juan Bautista" by Lola Anderson in Sunday Advocate, June 21, 1964.

18. "Ocean Springs Has Fascinating History" in the Gulf Park Estates News for June 1965.

Excerpts from Articles and Books:

19. Attitude towards Indians, from Biever, Albert H. S. J., The Jesuits in New Orleans and the Mississippi Valley (1924).

20. Pre-Whitney Cotton Gins in French Louisiana," by Daniel Thomas in Journal of Southern History Vol. 31, May 1965 No. 2) 135-148

21. Friends of the Cabildo bulletin with these two excerpts:"New Orleans Under French Rule," by Sarah Searight in August 1969 issue of History Today and "Louisiana: the Spanish Years, 1762-1803" by Jack Holmes.

22. Bienville on food (1706). No source for quote given.

23. Excerpt on Antoine Crozat from Price, France and the Chesapeake.

Notes:

24. Notes of C. Howard Nichols on Louisiana Architecture with emphasis on French colonial architecture.

Articles:

25. "The Transportation of Convicts to Colonial Louisiana" by James D. Hardy, Jr. in Louisiana History (Summer 1966) Vol. VII. (2 copies)

 

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Folder 2 French Colonial Louisiana Continued

26. "The Legal Institutions of Louisiana" by Henry Plauche Dart from the Louisiana Historical Quarterly, issue and date not given.

27. "how montreal's voyageurs discovered the northwest and mississippi valley" by Evva Jarmicki Yellowley in Montreal (March 1965) Vol. 2, No. 3. (Iberville, Bienville, and Longueuil)

Folder 3

Spanish Colonial Louisiana

Clippings:

1. "The Mystery of De Soto" by Ray Samuel from Tales of the Great River series in Dixie Roto Magazine, New Orleans Times-Picayune, September 23, 1951.

2. "September 1779: When Revolution Spread to BR" by Powell A Casey in Baton Rouge Sunday Advocate, December 9, 1973.

3. "Galvez to the Fore: Spanish Heritage Is Marked In Two Bicentennial Events" by Elsie Hardesty in Morning Advocate, Sept. 14, 1975.

4. "Patriot Paid Bill for War" by Peter Hernon in New Orleans States-Item, n.d.

5. "Cavalier in the Wilderness" from Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n.d.

6. "Streets Named for Rebellion Leaders" by Leslie McKenzie in Sunday Morning Advocate, Baton Rouge, May 16, 1965.

7. "Spain Sent Ulloa to Rule La. in 1766" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, March 6, 1966.

8. "International Latin Notaries Here Because of State's Civil Law" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, September 29, 1965.

9. "Pontalbas Still Popular" by Frank Schneider in Times-Picayune, n.d.

10. "Selection of Louisiana's First Spanish Ruler 'Unfortunate'" by Claire Puneky, Times-Picayune, August 29, 1965.

11. "Wasn't much of a battle, but still important one" editorial in Morning Advocate, Thursday, Sept. 20, 1970.

12. "'Old Spanish Fort' Is Getting Attention" by Stella Pitts in Times-Picayune, November 20, 1977.

13. "Louisiana Bicentennial Almanac" by Dr. Ronald R. Morazan in Morning Advocate, n.d.

14. "UNO Presents: 'Galvez'--New Orleans' Own Bicentennial Movie" by Larry Bartlett in Dixie Roto Magazine, Time-Picayune, Feb. 8, 1976.

15. "The Centennial's 'Invisible Man'" by John Chase in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-

Picayune, December 14,1975.

16. "Galvez Document Acquired by Historic N.O. Collection" by Alberta Collier in Times-Picayune, July 28, 1974.

17. "Louisianians Still Retain Memory of French Revolt" by Claire Puneky, Times-Picayune, July 12, 1964.

18. "Find Might Verify Ulloa Legend, Student Believes," by Carolyn Kolb in Times-Picayune, (sometime in 1980s possibly 1983) but n.d. given.

19. "Vives' 1775 Land Marker Dedicated in Assumption" by Claire Puneky in Times-

Picayune, March 20, 1965.

20. "Boyd's Avenue"s Colorful History Little Known" by Mary E. Graham and Jeanne Moyer in Sunday Advocate, April 23, 1961.

 

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Folder 3 Spanish Colonial Louisiana Continued

Booklets, Brochures and Journal Article:

21. El Nuevo Constante, Louisiana Archaeological Survey and Antiquities Commission, Anthropological Study No. 4 (Baton Rouge, 1981).

22. Old Spanish Fort (Pascagoula, Mississippi)

23. Casa Hove History (New Orleans Spanish house, now perfume shop).

24. Bernardo de Galvez, Royal Patents, a broadside for a book on Galvez showing his coat of arms.

25. Brochure on Bernardo de Galvez.

26. Brochure on Oliver Pollock.

27. "Willing's Expedition Down the Mississippi" by John Caughey, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 1 (January 1932).

Manuscripts:

28. Speech and research notes of C. Howard Nichols on Pere Antoine.

29. "Baton Rouge in the 18th Century" by Carolyn Giles.

30. Chart of Structure of the Cabildo: Spanish government in Colonial Louisiana, 1769-1803 by Mike Camp.

31. "Men of the Revolution (emphasis on George Rogers Clark)" by Richard M. Ketchum.

32. "Ulloa y de la Torre Guiral" by Mark Morgan.

Folder 4 West Florida Rebellion and Republic

Clipping:

1. "Revolt in West Florida" in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, no date given. Sub. by William E. Sorenson, Abita Springs, La.

Manuscripts:

2. "The Rise and Fall of West Florida" by Sarah McKiney Kent.

3. "The West Florida Rebellion" by Frederick J. Bahlinger.

Folder 5 Louisiana Purchase and the Territorial Period

Clippings:

1. "History in an heirloom" by Sharon Litwin (original seal of Louisiana Territory) and "Louisiana, land of the giants" by Sharon Litwin in Times-Picayune, Oct. 7, 1984.

2. "The Twelve Actors in Purchase" by Pie Dufour in the Times-Picayune, n.d.

3. "Daniel Clark's Place in History Told" by Will Branan in Times-Picayune, Dec. 15, 1963. (2 copies); "When Claiborne Came to New Orleans," by Joy Jackson in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, October 4, 1953.

4. "Tulane Has Laussat Proclamations" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, Oct. 20, 1968.

5. "New Orleans' First 'Fourth' by Stuart Covington in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1948.

 

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 5 Louisiana Purchase and the Territorial Period Continued

6. "Apartment Boom Honors Pontalba Centennial" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, June 27, 1950.

7. "All Land Bought by U.S. Cost Barely 10 Per Cent of La. Budget" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, May 23, 1964.

8. " 'Customs Week' Recalls Why U.S. Tried To Buy Island of Orleans" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, April 29, 1964.

9. "Grief, Anger Met Sale of Louisiana" by Claire Puneky in Times-Picayune, n.d.

Booklets:

10. The Louisiana Purchase by Frank Bond. Reprint of 1933 Edition. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.

11. Louisiana Purchase by John Chase (Louisiana Sesquicentennial Commission, Third Printing by New Orleans States, 1955).

12. Louisiana Purchase, An Exhibition prepared by Louisiana State Museum in co-operation with The Louisiana Landmarks Society (New Orleans, 1953).

13. The Louisiana Purchase by Bernard De Voto. Reprinted by Esso Standard Oil Company from Collier's magazine.

Manuscript:

14. "The Louisiana Purchase" by Vicki R. Walls.

Folder 6

Louisiana Purchase
1. Section three in the Times-Picayune, Oct. 17, 1952 on the La. Purchase (2 copies).

Folder 7 War of 1812 and Battle of New Orleans (clippings)

1. "Sealsfield's America--1826: Battle of New Orleans Viewed" by Sarah Sue Thorpe in Morning Advocate, n.d.

2. "Tactics of Americans Horrified the British" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, n.d.

3. "Packenham Had Sound Plan But Things Went Wrong for British" by Pie Dufour in New Orleans Times-Picayune, January 8, 1965.

4. "Many Came From Louisiana Bayous to Assist Jackson" by Claire Puneky, in Times- Picayune, n.d.

5. "Battlefield, Booklets, Exhibit Remain from Sesquicentennial" by Pie Dufour, Times- Picayune, January 11, 1965.

6. "Jackson Unaware that Battle Was Over" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, Jan. 18, 1965.

7. "Pirate to Patriot--Twice" by Joy Jackson, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, January 7, 1951.

8. "Forgotten 'Peace Tree' Marked at Chalmette Among Graves" by Pie Dufour, Times- Picayune, June 1, 1964.

9. "Battle of New Orleans Deemed Most Important" by David Zinman in Times-Picayune, n.d.

 

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 7 War of 1812 and Battle of New Orleans (clippings) Continued

10. "Friends of Cabildo Exhibit on Battle of N.O. Is Exciting" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, Jan. 4, 1965.

11. "British Nearly Turned Battle Tide on West Bank" by Richard Remy Dixon, New Orleans States-Item, Jan. 7, 1965.

12. "Battle Era Booklets Prepared" Times-Picayune, Jan. 7, n.d.

13. "Christmas 150 Years Ago Dreary For British, Fearful for City" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, December 24, 1964.

14. "'United Fund' of 1815 Provided Clothes for Poorly-Clad Militia" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, January 5, 1965.

15. "Even War Couldn't Keep Jackson's Mind Off His Race Horse Stable," by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, January 6, 1965.

16. "Sir Edward Pakenham Had Rapid Rise After Joining Army at 16" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, January 7, 1965.

17. "Mrs. deVerges Ends 2-Year Project: 8,121 Descendants of Battle Heroes Traced" by Kermit Tarleton in Times-Picayune, n.d.

18. "Chalmette Study" a photo of the Chalmette Battlefield with a small text to describe it, in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, July 26, 1970.

19. "The Ship That Wasn't There" by Powell A. Casey in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-

Picayune, March 3, 1974 (2 copies).

20. "It Happened Here on Another Jan. 8" by Lilly Jackson in Times-Picayune, Jan. 8, 1978.

21. "Anniversary in Chalmette" Times-Picayune, Jan. 7, 1984, Sec. 1, p. 13.

22. "Stone Scarecrows" (five forts: Fort Pike, Fort McComb, Fort St. Philip, Fort Jackson, and Fort Livingston which were reinforced or built for the first time after the Battle of New Orleans) by Mike Mulhern in Sunday Advocate, Oct. 21, 1984.

23. "Historic Log Hidden: buffs Get Battle 'Bales'" by Don Hudson in New Orleans States-Item, September 19, 1964.

24. "Jackson Opened N. O. Campaign in Night Battle 150 Years Ago" by Pie Dufour, Times-

Picayune, December 23, 1964 (2 copies).

25. "Here's a Few Books That'll Make You an Expert on Battle of N.O." by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, December 28, 1964.

26. "Madame Devince's Cause" in The Bell Tel News, Louisiana, May, 1964.

Folder 8

War of 1812 and Battle of New Orleans (books, brochures, post card,

manuscripts)

Books:

1. Chalmette by J. Fred Roush, National Park Service Handbook Series No. 29 (Washington, D.C., 1958, reprint 1961).

2. A Master Plan for Chalmette National Historical Park (U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1969.

 

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 8 War of 1812 and Battle of New Orleans (books, brochures, post card,

manuscripts) Continued

Brochures:

3. "An Anniversary of Celebration" a brochure of the Friends of the Cabildo, in observance of the 175th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, January 6, 1990.

4. "Battle of New Orleans, 150th Anniversary, January 8, 1965, Battle of New Orleans Sesquicentennial Celebration Commission.

5. "Chalmette, National Historical Park, Louisiana" commemorating the Battle of New Orleans. United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, reprint by U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963 (3 copies).

Postcard:

6. View of the Chalmette National Historical Battlefield where the Battle of New Orleans was fought.

Manuscripts:

7. "A Brief History and Description of the Early Villere' Plantation [and] The Historic Role of the Vilere' Plantation in the Battle of New Orleans" by Jarreau M. Villere'.

8. "The Final Battle of the War of 1812" by Steve C. Desforges.

9. "The Battle of New Orleans" by Robert Hymel, Jr.

10. "The Battle of New Orleans: The Leaders" by Michael Thomas.

Maps:

11. 2-page copy of map from Frenchmen, Desire, Good Children by John Chase which shows plantations along the Mississippi River.

12. Map of terrain where the Battle of New Orleans was fought. Source not given.

Folder 9 Antebellum Louisiana

Clippings:

1. " Life was constant challenge under the 'code duello'" by Marjorie Roehl, Times-Picayune, Aug. 24, 1986.

2. "New St. Louis Hotel Set for Site of Glamorous Historical Events" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, June 17, 1957.

3. "Sealsfield's America--1826: Plantation Life in Louisiana" by Sarah Sue Thorpe in Morning Advocate, January 3, 1972.

4. "Imported Voters Gave Polk Win" in Times-Picayune, n.d.

5. "Immigrant Boy Opened Shop" in Times-Picayune, March 14, 1965.

6. "The First of 125 Great Years" by Terence P. Smith, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times- Picayune, Jan. 21,

7. "Tales of the Great River: Race Course of the Nation" by Ray Samuel, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, February 11, 1951.

8. "West Feliciana Railroad: Some Knew It as Old 'Tri-Weekly'" Morning Advocate, n.d.

 

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Folder

9 Antebellum Louisiana Continued

9. "Lake Pontchartrain Boomed As Antebellum Summer Resort" by Pie Dufour, Times- Picayune, February 1, 1962.

10. "Upcoming Election Brings Political Quiz" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, March 1, 1964.

11. "The Greys Went to Texas" Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, Dec. 15, 1963.

12. "Latrobe, Unfortunate Genius" Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n.d.

13. "New Orleans Drinking Habits of 1852 Recorded in Old Book" by Pie Dufour, Times-

Picayune, May 6, 1964.

14. "120th Anniversary Observed by St. James Masonic Lodge" by W. Garber

Higginbotham, Morning Advocate, August 21, 1964.

15. "LSU Marches in Review" by Diane Farrell, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, August 30, 1959.

16. "Tales of the Great River: The Night of the Floating Torch" by Ray Samuel, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, February 25, 1951.

17. "The Visions of John McDonogh" by Arthur G. Nahrah (as told to Ray Samuel), Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, April 30, 1950.

18. "Father Postl Disappeared: Fugitive Austrian Monk Became Louisiana Author," by John T.Krumpelmann, Morning Advocate, August 9, 1964.

19. "LSU Foundation to Purchase Audubon Folio for University" in Sunday Advocate, Sept. 20, 1964.

20. "1848 Convention Chose Gen. Taylor for President" by Paul Atkinson, Times-Picayune, n.d.

21. "Song of Freedom" By T. J. Carruth, Sunday Advocate, July 26, 1964.

22. "Louisiana Places: the Great Raft" Morning Advocate, n.d.

23. "America Visits New Orleans" submitted by Paul J. Rale in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, Feb. 21, 1965.

Journal Articles:

24. "John James Audubon (1785-1851): An Evaluation of the Man and His Work" reprinted from the New York Historical Society Quarterly (October 1956).

25. Brief untitled history of Louisiana State University in The LSU Outlook, vol. 17, No. 1 (January 1970).

Notes:

26. Notes of C. Howard Nichols on John McDonough.

Manuscripts:

27. "The Hermitage" by Martha Lilly.

28. "Le Petite Versailles" by Cheryl Young.

29. "Acres of Mud" by Thomas Eads Hebert. (about James B. Eads).

30. "Cotton in Antebellum Louisiana" by Jeannine Gettys.

 

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BOX 3

Folder 1

Civil War in Louisiana (Maps, Journals and Journal Article, Brochure and Broadside, Booklets)

Maps:

1. Louisiana: 1861-1961, Civil War Centennial (4 copies)

2. Fort Yellow Bayou, 1864

3. The Lafourche District in 1862

Journals and Journal Article:

4. The Civil War Round Table, publication of the Civil War Round Table of Chicago, Illinois, Vol. XXIV, April, 1964

5. Civil War Times, Vol. II, No. 2 (May, 1960) Story on the Capture of New Orleans, p. 4.

6. "Yankees Versus Yellow Jack in New Orleans, 1862-1866" by Jo Ann Carrigan. Journal and date not given.

Brochure and Broadside:

7. Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery and Museum, brochure published by the Board of Commissioners of the Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery.

8. Copy of a broadside denouncing Butler's General Order No. 28 aimed at the women of New Orleans.

Booklets:

9. Louisiana Commemorates the Civil War by T. Harry Williams.

10. The Civil War in Louisiana: A Chronology by T. Harry Williams and A. Otis Hebert, Jr. (2 copies)

11. Four Louisiana Civil War Stories by Charles East, Maude Gallman Brown, Cora R. Schley, and Sam Mims.

Folder 2

Civil War in Louisiana (Manuscripts)

Manuscripts:

1. "War Waged by Words and Women" Manuscript ribald poetry and song about John Haralson and how he got nitre for the Confederacy.

2. "The Washington Artillery Under the Command of James Burgess Walton" by Mary Helen Walton (1983).

3. "The Civil War and Its Effect on Baton Rouge" by Robert M. Smith (n.d).

4. "The Battle of Baton Rouge" by Karen E. Moffat (1982).

5. "An Exercise in Futility: The Young's Point Canal Project" by Gary Rivard (n.d.).

6. "The Louisiana Tigers" by Kenny Mathews (1982).

7. "The Battle of Port Hudson" by Jodi Gammel (1985).

Folder 3 Civil War in Louisiana (Clippings and copied newspaper stories)

1. Hand written copy of a story in the Times-Picayune, June 4, 1976, Sec. 1, p. 3 titled "Civil War Widow Dies; File Closed" (This refers to Confederate veteran pension file in Louisiana).

 

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Folder 3 Civil War in Louisiana (Clippings and copied newspaper stories) Continued

2. Deep in Dixie feature in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, August 18, 1968. Article is "Distress Signal" about how Chretien Point was saved from destruction during the Civil War. (Xeroxed copy)

3. "111 Years Ago Today A Battle Raged in Baton Rouge" by Powell A. Casey in Sunday Advocate, Aug. 5, 1973.

4. "The Last Confederate Victory" in Hammond Daily Star, June 30, 1964.

5. "Beauregard, the 'Rebel flea': public legend, private sorrow" by Marjorie Roehl, Times-Picayune, August 10, 1986.

6. "The Incredible Saga of the CSS Arkansas" by Philip Alan Thompson in Sunday Magazine, Morning Advocate, August 3, 1986.

7. "Gov. Wells Won Post by Keeping Silent" by T. J. Carruth in Morning Advocate, n.d.

8. Page from Harper's Weekly showing Gen. Benjamin Butler defying rebels at New Orleans, Sept. 6, 1873, p. 772.

9. "His Majesty, Gen. Beauregard" from Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n.d.

10. "Civil War diary brings the siege of Port Hudson to life" by Janet McConnaughey in Times-Picayune, April 22, 1984.

11. "When the smoke cleared, he had his hide and a diary," by Janet McConnaughey in Sunday Magazine, Morning Advocate, April 22, 1964.

12. Photo of "Confederate soldiers" in reenactment at Fort Beauregard, Jonesville Catahoula News-Booster, October 14, 1982.

13. "Civil War battles slated" (reenactment of Civil War battles on the Harrisonburg hill at Fort Beauregard. Jonesville Catahoula News-Booster, November 4, 1982.

14. "At look at the fort" (reenactment at Fort Beauregard), in Catahoula News-Booster, November 4, 1982.

15. "Civil War buffs try to re-create era they love" by Buck Bennett in Times-Picayune, March 21, 1982.

16. "Civil War diary brings to life distinguished judge of St. James" by Ron Thibodeaux, Times-Picayune, March 28, 1982.

17. "Louisiana and the American Revolution" by Brian Schwaner in The St. Tammany News, June 11, 1975.

18. "Miss. Man's Letter Tells of Civil War Camp Life" in Times-Picayune, n.d.

19. "Fanatics Are Blamed for Hastening Strife" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, January 15, 1961.

20. "Dixie Could Have Won If..." in Times-Picayune, January 15, 1961.

21. "Young Confederate From BR Accomplished Daring Mission" by Edward Cunningham, Baton Rouge State-Times, Sept. 11, 1962.

22. "Louisiana Places: Camp Walker" no paper, no date given.

23. "Death, Plunder Marked Civil War Battles: Three Skirmishes on West Bank Cited" by Clarence Doucet, Times-Picayune, August 26, 1962.

24. "'The Beast' Butler Gave $1,000" (to Hotel Dieu, a hospital in New Orleans) by Frank Schneider, Times-Picayune, April 30, 1972.

 

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Folder 3 Civil War in Louisiana (Clippings and copied newspaper stories) Continued

25. Photo of E.D.B. Fabrina Julio's painting of General Robert E. Lee and General Stonewall Jackson taken by Wilfred d'Aquin for cover of Dixie Roto Magazine, January 16, 1949. Commentary on the painting is on inside page of cover.

26. "Gallier Hall Plaque to Honor Monroe" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, n.d.

27. "During Civil War: Paper Describes Paid on Clinton" Sunday Advocate, November 1, 1964.

28. "Louisiana Soldiers Played Roles in Key Civil War Acts" by Claire Puneky, Times-

Picayune, April 4, 1965.

29. "Today's Confederates" by John Foster in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, February 21, 1965.

30. "Recall 4th Louisiana's History" no paper, n.d.

31. "A piece of history crumbling away" (Camp Parapet) by John Pope, States-Item, March 25, 1975.

32. "Private Lewis Willey, Confederate Army, Deep in the Backwoods--An Unmarked Grave" by W.A. Spedale, Sunday Advocate, June 10, 1979.

33. "Five Cents Can Bring $2000" in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n.d.

34. "The sneaky Rebel who slipped through" by William A. Spedale in Sunday Magazine, Morning Advocate in September 1990 (exact date not given).

35. "The Cavalry's Coming!" by Freda Yarbrough (reenactment of Battle of Baton Rouge) in Morning Advocate, April 15, 1988.

36. "How They Saved their Flag" in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n.d. Submitted by Thelma Edwards Shingleur of Baton Rouge.

37. "Maine group wants coveted sword; BR owner says no dice" by Tom Bradley, Sunday Magazine, Morning Advocate, November 1, 1987.

38. "Confederate Sect'y of State Won Success at British Bar," by Robert Douthat Meade, no paper, n.d.

Folder 4

Civil War (General topics)

Clippings:

1. "Keeping the Civil War Alive" by Mary Durusau, Morning Advocate, November 7, 1986.

2. "Civil War Project Completed by Navy" (on five-part Civil War Naval Chronology) by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, April 4, 1965.

3. "Lee's Decision to Surrender Century Ago Dictated by Duty," by Pie Dufour, States-Item, April 9, 1965.

4. "Year Before Sumter, Top Generals Were Unknown," by Philip Van Doren Stern, States-Item, April 18, 1960.

5. Reprint of The Eastern Clarion of Paulding, Miss. for July 26, 1861. It was issued by the Clarion-Ledger Jackson Daily News, Jackson, Miss. on July 23, 1961.

6. "Grant Found Formidable Foe in Mississippi Mud," by Ezra Adams, Sunday Advocate, July 26, 1964.

7. "Civil War Fort on Ship Island Threatened by Eroding Coast" by Pie Dufour, States-Item, April 8, 1964.

 

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8. "Dark Clouds Over Jeff Davis On 56th Birthday, Century Ago," by Pie Dufour, States-

Item, June 3, 1964.

9. "Draft Calls First Used in U.S. During Civil War," by Orbert H. Akerman, Times-

Picayune, n.d.

10. "Greenbacks Shrinking, But Dixie Dollars on the Rise, Suh!" by Bill Voekler, Times-

Picayune, March 9, 1980.

11. "Civil War Currency Valuable Again" by Edith Vicknair, L'Observaterur, April 14, 1977.

12. Reprint of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, NO. 301, Vol. XIL, August 24, 1861. (Photo of Confederate privateer, the Sumter and story of Battle at Wilson Creek in Missouri)

13. "Confederate Christmas" (taken from letters in the LSU Archives) by Elizabeth Spence, Sunday Magazine, Morning Advocate, Dec. 21, 1980.

14. "Printed on Wall Paper in Siege, Vicksburg Paper Has Strange End," by Pie Dufour, States-Item, December 7, 1956.

15. "First Streetcars Caused Stir in 1861" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, n.d., 1964.

Brochures:

17. The Jefferson Davis Shrine on the Beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast

18. Flags of the Confederacy

19. Fort Donelson, National Military Park

Booklets:

20. A Concise History of the Civil War (Harrisburg, Pa.: The Stackpole Company, 1961).

21. "The Lesson and the Legacy" a special issue commemorating the centennial of the U.S. Army in the Civil War, 1861-1865 of the Official Army Information Digest, Vol. 16, No. 8 (August 1961).

Map:

22. Virginia National Military Park and Vicksburg National Cemetery

Photograph and Poster:

23. Photograph of Jefferson Davis.

24. Sherman in Georgia: War is Hell! (poster with four photographs)

Folder 5 Civil War in General (Brochures, Booklet, Articles, and Manuscript)

Brochures:

1. Lexington In Old Virginia

2. Confederate Museum, White House of the Confederacy

3. Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania

4. Antietam

5. Gettysburg

6. Vicksburg, National Military Park, Mississippi (2 copies)

7. Appomattox Court House

 

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Booklet:

8. Facts About the Civil War (The Civil War Centennial Commission: Washington, D. C., 1959).

Articles:

9. "The Engagement at Marks' Mills" by Ira Don Richards (Reprinted from Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Spring 1960).

10. "The Civil War in Kentucky," a centennial edition, 1861-1961, of the Louisville Courier-Journal with articles on the Civil War in Kentucky.

Manuscript:

11. "Searching for a Civil War Soldier's Record" by Dr. Bert H. Groene.

Folder 6

Louisiana History and Culture, 1865-1900

Excerpt from Book:

12. Chapter IX, "The Rise of Populism" from Bourbonism and Agrarian Protest by William Ivy Hair.

Manuscript:

13. "New Orleans Riot of 1866" by Kellie Mengel (n.d.)

Postcard:

14. Postcard of a typical country general store. this one is not in Louisiana however. It is Cohn Brothers, Lorman, Mississippi.

Clippings:

15. "Pearl Rivers" by Elsie S. Farr, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, March 11, 1951.

16. "Gov. Nicholls: Soldier, Governor, Hero" by Pat Baldridge, Sunday Magazine, Sunday Advocate, 3, 1964.

17. Newspaper photo of famous actress Ada Isaacs Menken (born in New Orleans), newspaper unidentified, n. d.

18. "Memories of Foster, Caffery Honored" by Pie Dufour, prob. Times-Picayune, but newspaper not identified, n. d.

19. "Gubernatorial Race of 1896 is Recalled" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, February 17, 1964

20. Gems From a Family Album" by Clare D. Leeper, Sunday Advocate, Oct. 22, 1961. (About Baton Rouge family with old photographs of historic interest.)

21. "Fake Fightin' Was Illegal" Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n. d.

22. "Margaret's Memory Being Kept Fresh" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, March 30, 1950. (about Margaret Haughery)

23. "The Cross Marks the Spot" contributed by Carl of Baton Rouge to Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n. d.

24. "Louisiana's Great Train Robber" in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, June 4, 1950. (about Eugene Bunch).

 

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Folder 7

Louisiana History and Culture, 1865-1900 (Notes, Manuscripts, Articles and

Clippings)

Notes:

1. "Reconstruction in Louisiana, 1865-1877: American Idealism--Reality in Fact?"

Handwritten notes of C. Howard Nichols (n, d.).

Manuscripts:

2. "Marshall H. Twitchell and the Coushatta Massacre" by Cynthia Beasley (1984).

3. "Benjamin F. Butler" by Andrea Martinez (n. d.).

4. "The Battle of Baton Rouge" by Renee Butte (n. d.)

5. "General Benjamin F. Butler: A Yankee Officer in New Orleans" by M. Kelly Williams (1986).

6. Copy of a hand-written manuscript in French. One of the documents in this material is titled "Le Caiser de paix dans l'urne electorale." The author was B. H. Louis and it is dated Nov. 18, 1874.

Articles:

7. "The Southern Bourbons Revisited" by Dewey W. Grantham, Jr. Reprinted from The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. LX, No. 3 (Summer 1961).

8. "The Ideology of White Supremacy, 1876-1910" by Guion Griffis Johnson. Reprinted from Essays in Southern History, Fletcher Green, ed., Vol.31, Ch. 8, (University of North Carolina Press, 1949).

Clippings:

9. "Trolley to West End" Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n. d.

10. " Mementos Relive Corbett-Sullivan Title Fight" by Charles Young, States-Item, September 5, 1964.

11. "A Place for Liberty Monument" by Robin W. Winks, Times-Picayune, August 17, 1992.

12. "Reconstruction: a failed quest" by Coleman Warner, part of the series titled "Together Apart: The Myth of Race" in the Times-Picayune, June 16, 1993.

13. "La. Is First Where Feds Used in Riots" Morning Advocate, August 5, 1967.

14. "Two Good Volumes on Reconstruction Period in Florida" is reviews by T. Harry Williams of The Civil War and Reconstruction in Florida by William Watson Davis and Carpetbag Rule in Florida by John Wallace.

15. "Mum Was His Word," Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976.

16. "Pictures Out of Our Past" shows corner of Canal and St. Charles in February 1890 and the same corner in 1970. It is in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, February 15, 1970.

17. "Monument Put Back in Place" (Liberty Monument), no paper identified probably Times-Picayune (n. d.).

18. "September, 1874: War in New Orleans" (refers to the battle of Liberty Place or the Carpetbag Rout) by John Wilds, States-Item, September 9, 1974.

19. "Prof. Recounts Bourbons' Aim" by Jan Lacey, Morning Advocate, April 3, 1973.

20. "The New Mandeville Packet" New Orleans Daily Picayune, May 28, 1879. (about packet called Heroine owned by W. G. Coyle). This article was hand copied from the newspaper.

 

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Folder 7

Louisiana History and Culture, 1865-1900 (Notes, Manuscripts, Articles and

Clippings)

21. "Across the Lake" Daily Picayune, June 8, 1879. (about taking excursions to the North Shore from New Orleans. Mentions boats New Camellia, Abita, and Heroine.) This article was hand copied from the newspaper

22. "Reconstruction period brought massive changes in Louisiana" by Freda Yarbrough, Morning Advocate, n. d.

23. "New Orleans: election day, 1876" by John Wilds, States-Item, November 2, 1976.

24. Reprint of various cartoons which appeared earlier in newspapers and other periodicals by McKinley Publishing Company. (cartoons deal with activities of Ku Klux Klan).

 

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BOX 4

Folder 1Twentieth Century Louisiana: Booklets, Newsletter, Manuscript, Map, Clippings

Booklets:

1. State Land Office of Louisiana (Baton Rouge: State Land Office, 1963).

2. Louisiana Spotlight on Industry published by the Department of Commerce & Industry, Vol. 4, No. 2 (March 1964).

3. Louisiana Spotlight on Industry published by the Department of Commerce & Industry, Vol. 4, No. 3 (April 1964).

4. 20 Years of Louisiana Politics, 1950-1970, PAR Analysis published by the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, Inc., NO. 168 (October 1970).

5. Tourist Guide of Opelousas, Louisiana published by the Kiwanis Club of Opelousas (Opelousas 1963).

Newsletter:

6. The LSU Outlook Vol. 12, No. 1 (January 1965). Discusses the well known literary magazine at LSU, the Southern Review.

Manuscripts:

7. "Rural Electrification and Louisiana: Power to the People" by Connie Vann, 1988.

8. Untitled manuscript by an unidentified white woman during the civil rights controversy of the 1960s telling part her husband played as an intermediary between black and white in their community.

Map:

9. Map of Louisiana, issued by the Louisiana State Board of Agriculture and Immigration,

Baton Rouge, 1904

Clippings:

10. "Genteel suffragettes cast their vote for equality at the polls" by Margaret Fuller in

Times-Picayune, sec. 4, March 18, 1984.

11. "Cypress, Tree of Legend, Symbolizes State" by Larry Holden, paper not identified, n. d.

12. "Rejuvenated La. Historical Assn., Holds Annual Meeting Next Month" by Pie Dufour. Paper not identified, n. d.

13. "Memorial Exhibit Honors Native Artist" by Sue Eakin in Morning Advocate, Sunday Magazine, April 21, 1963. (Clarence Millet is the artist.)

14. "The Embarrassment of Louisiana" Harold H. Martin in The Saturday Evening Post. Issue unknown, but some time in 1961.

15. "Near Hammond, Education for Migrants" by Gil Webre Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964.

16. "The Mississippi River: Maverick to Mudlumps" by Bentley B. Mackay, Sr. in Morning Advocate, Sunday Magazine, March 15, 1964.

17. "Call of the Outdoors: Forest Recreation Areas Lure Louisiana Residents" by Edythe McLean in Sunday Advocate, September 29, 1963.

18. "Westlake Man is 103, Recalls Boyhood Days," by Nola Mae McFillen in Sunday Advocate, September 29, 1963.

 

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19. "New Product From Cane Waste" in Sunday Advocate, September 29, 1963.

20. "How Library Helps Community Noted" by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, April 12, 1964.

21. "When Major Highways Were Graveled" in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 17, 1964.

22. "One-Man Restoration Society" by Martha Ann Samuel in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964. The Man discussed who renovates French Quarter property was Clay Shaw.

23. "Famed 1815 Battle--Presented Problems in 1964" by Martha Ann Samuel in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, January 3, 1965.

24. "It's Crawfish Harvest Time in the Rice Fields" by LeRoy Willie in Sunday Advocate Magazine, May 26, 1963.

25. "The Rise and Fall of the Llano Co-Operative Colony" by Robert Gentry and Dewey Swor in Sunday Advocate, February 4, 1962.

26. "Fishermen, Trappers Fight for Existence" by Bert Hyde in States-Item, November 25, 1961.

27. "Restoring Yesterday's Elegance" by Marcelle B. Wright, in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, September 27, 1970.

28. "Book Tells Story of N.O. Street Cars" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, June 27, 1965.

29. "General's Granddaughter Brings Mementos Here" in Times-Picayune, April 30, 1965. (About Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard's granddaughter.)

30. "Antiques Lend Charm to Home on Quota Tour" by Elizabeth Wilkinson in Sunday Advocate, October 2, 1966.

31. "Jackson Assembly to Feature Antique Sale, Tour of Historic Buildings at Annual Event" by Mary Acosta in Sunday Advocate, March 13, 1966.

32. "'Old Scholars'--The Ghost of Solitude Plantation" by Pat Baldridge in Sunday Advocate Magazine, October 22, 1961.

33. "Le Petit Paris Explored: St. Martinville Is Bit of France" by Horace Sutton in Times-Picayune, December 26, 1965.

34. "Reclaiming Heritage Is Aim" by Edgar Poe and Jared Stout in Times-Picayune, August 9, 1970. (About French speaking Louisiana students who are studying their ethnic background in Canada.)

35. "Furthering the French Heritage in Louisiana," editorial about the restoration of the French House at LSU. In Morning Advocate, May 20, 1975.

36. "Ideas for Observance of Anniversary Told" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, April 19, 1964.

Folder 2

Twentieth Century Louisiana: clippings

1. "For Sale: The Old South" by Millie Ball, Times-Picayune, July 24, 1989. About Louisiana plantation homes for sale including Nottoway, Oak Alley, Ashland Belle-Helene, Tezcuco, Mulberry Grove, Chretien Point, Asphodel, Bocage, Arlington, The Myrtles, Mintmere, Shadowlawn, Melrose, William Harris House, Richland, The Burn, Magnolia Hill, Linden, and Linton House.

2. "The Census: Who We Are" by Mary R. Heffron, Times-Picayune, May 1, 1983.

3. "Tax Burden of Louisiana's Families as compared with those of selected other states" by Roger L. Buford, Hammond Daily Star, July 9, 1970.

 

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4. "Changes in Soaring '60s Are Both Drastic, Subtle" in Morning Advocate, December 31, 1969.

5. "Okra Boom Brings New Industry to Crawfish Capital" by Margaret Dixon, Morning Advocate Sunday Magazine, August 11, 1963.

6. "Our Newest State Park" (Fairview riverside State Park south of Madisonville),

Hammond Daily Star, July 2, 1964.

7. "Cotton Exchange's Passing to End Near Century of Activity" by Pie Dufour, States-Item, June 29, 1964.

8. "Louisiana Marshlands Are Great Challenge to Man" by LeRoy Willie and R. C. Pesnell, Morning Advocate Sunday Magazine, October 6, 1963.

9. "New Iberians to Celebrate Centennial--25 Years Late" by Bob Friedly, States-Item, March 11, 1964.

10. "How Others View Us: Louisiana--A State of Mind" by William and Ellen Hartley, reprinted from Good Housekeeping Magazine in Morning Advocate, Sept. 1, 1972.

11. "Llano Colony: The Utopia That Failed," by Eloise M. Fruge, Morning Advocate, March 15, 1970.

12. "Man of the Soil" by Gil Webre, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, February 6, 1966. Man is Marion S. Monk of Lakeside Plantation in Batchelor, La.

13. "Visit to Toledo Bend" by Gil Webre, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, July 19, 1964. Describes site of Toledo Bend Dam before it was constructed.

14. "Revolt in West Florida" submitted by William E. Sorensen to "Deep in Dixie" in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, July 19, 1964.

15. "A Future from the Past" by Gil Webre, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, October 24, 1965. (Story on St. Joseph in Tensas Parish, north La.)

16. "Nimble Monster Shores Up Mississippi River Bank: Operation Bigger Than Barge Lift" by Richard Munson, Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), November 21, 1965.

17. "Soon-to-Be Old Bridge Marking Quarter of Century" Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), August 8, 1965.

18. "Mississippi River Pilots Advise Captains of Local Conditions" Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), October 24, 1965.

19. "Hot Molten Cargo from Port Sulphur" Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1965.

20. "Louisiana Statistics Offered in One Book" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, October 17, 1965.

21. "There's Still Hope for a Jean Lafitte National Park" by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune,

December 5, 1976.

22. "Pogy Boom: Cameron Has a Different Kind of Fish Story," by Bill Chamberlain, Morning Advocate, Sunday Magazine, September 13, 1964.

23. "Gets National Award: Francois Mignon Acclaimed For His Celebrated Writings," by Ursula Walker, Morning Advocate, n.d.

24. "Quarter Million Dollar Operation: Football Is Big Business in Baton Rouge," by Allie Kleinpeter, Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), October 4, 1964.

25. "Seip is Director: Audubon Sugar Factory Opened in 1897," by John Hill, Daily Reveille, LSU school paper, December 3, 1964.

 

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Folder 2 Twentieth Century Louisiana: clippings Continued

26. "Mrs. Pearlie N. Buckner Retiring: Ending Many Years of Service to EBR," by Gibbs Adams, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, March 28, 1965.

27. "Municipal Auditorium Is Pride of Lafayette" by Jim Lacaffinie, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, July 23, 1961.

28. "Two Recent Books Deal With Causation of the Civil War" by T. Harry Williams, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, July 23, 1961. (On back page from No. 27.)

29. "Keeping Pace With a Growing University," by Cora Schley, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, October 17, 1965. The university discussed is LSU-Alexandria.

30. "Offshore Minerals Production Has Put $800,000,000 in Escrow: Only Little Hope is Being Held Louisiana Will Enjoy Bonanza" by W. Jeff Davis, Times-Picayune, June 20, 1965.

31. "Louisiana and Prohibition: Everyone Has an Opinion" by Butch Hays, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, Nov. 21, 1965.

32. "Question Answered: People Do Ride Streetcars For Fun" by Pie Dufour, no newspaper given, January 31, 1962.

Folder 3 Twentieth Century Louisiana Politics: clippings, journal reprint, manuscript

paper, booklet

Clippings:

1. "Grosjean Error Dutifully Corrected" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, June 22, 1965. (Woman who was "governor" of Louisiana for a week in 1932.)

2. "Morgan City Run by Doctor-Mayor" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, August 26, 1965. Man referred in story is Dr. C. Russell Brownell.

3. "Bills Ending Race Bets Stirred Storm in 1922" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, February 17, 1965.

4. "Anti-Race Track Bill Hit by Prank in 1922" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, February 18, 1965.

5. "Plot Accusation Bursts Like Balloon" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, February 19, 1965.

6. "Tragedies that Come in '3s' Remembered" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, July 6, 1965. (Discusses Bob Ruark, Chick Frampton, and Barney Krebs.)

7. "History of Governor's Term Under 10 State Constitutions" by Pie Dufour, States-Item, May 14, 1965.

8. " Louisiana Has Greater Power, Prestige in 89th Congress" newspaper not identified, n.d.

9. "Senator Long Preceded by Both Parents" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, October 26, 1964.

10. "'My Friends...' Louisiana Style" by Howard Jacobs, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-

Picayune, November 5, 1972.

11. "How State Voted for Governor" States-Item, n.d. (However, it had to be 1964

according to the candidates listed in the story.)

Journal Reprint:

12. "Louisiana's Wonderful Invention" by Ed. Kerr, reprinted from Harper's Magazine (October 1963). This is an article about PAR, the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana.

 

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paper Continued

Manuscript Paper:

13. "Major Accomplishments of the 1964 Legislature"

Booklet:

14. Text of Speech of Sen. Murphy J. Foster dated Wednesday, June 16, 1909 regarding The

Tariff--Protesting Against the Admission of Philippine Sugar and Other Products Free of Duty, to Compete With American Agricultural Industries.

Folder 4 Twentieth Century New Orleans

1. "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" by Gregory Roberts, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, August 11, 1985.

2. "Picture Out of the Past" in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, October 12, 1969. Shows view of intersection of Canal St. and N. Rampart St. in New Orleans around 1919.

3. "Candy Wagon Clang! Clang! One of Familiar Street Sounds of Youth" by Pie Dufour, States-Item, July 6, 1965.

4. "Organized Crime, Mafia 'Myth' Had 19th Century N.O. Roots" Times-Picayune, September 22, 1974.

5. "The Top of the News for 1975" Lagniappe, Times-Picayune, January 2, 1976.

6. "Century-Old Tradition on Way Out: Funeral Brass Band Heads Toward Own Grave in N.O." by Sid Moody, Times-Picayune, April 12, 1964.

7. "Preservation Hall Giving True Orleans Jazz Second Coming," Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), May 17, 1964.

8. "Shell Building Pushes Skyward" Times-Picayune, April 11, 1972.

9. "Police Strike Was big Event of '79" by Joe Massa, Times-Picayune, December 30, 1979.

10. Untitled photograph of Governor Richard Leche with President Franklin D. Roosevelt and others on train platform. Publication unidentified and n.d.

11. "New Orleans: Cosa Nostra's Wall Street" by Bill Davidson, The Saturday Evening Post, n.d.

12. "The '70s: Reforms and Tragedy" by David Snyder, Times-Picayune, December 30, 1979.

13. "Frey, 100 Years, 1865-1965" supplement to Morning Advocate, (Sunday edition), April 25,1965. Frey sausage and ham company.

14. "Archbishop Cody Becomes 10th Archbishop of New New Orleans" by Pie Dufour,

States-Item, November 10, 1964.

15. "New Orleans Guards the President" by John Foster, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-

Picayune, November 22, 1964.

16. "Opening New Frontiers in Real Estate" a supplement to the Morning Advocate, (Sunday edition), February 7, 1964.

17. "Census Shows Three Explosions for City" by Pie Dufour, newspaper not identified, n.d. Story is about taking of the 1960 census which will begin soon, so must be in 1960.

18. "Garden District Cemetery in Poor Condition" by Carolyn Kolb, Times-Picayune, April 25, 1965. The cemetery mentioned is Lafayette No. 1 Cemetery in the Garden District of New Orleans.

 

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4 Twentieth Century New Orleans Continued

19. "Annual Report of The Mayor/City of New Orleans, 1964-1965" supplement in the Times-Picayune, May 2, 1965.

20. "Ursuline Convent, Ideal for '68 Exhibit" by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, November 7, 1965.

21. "Begue's Once Famous French Restaurant" by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, December 16, 1965. Discusses French Market also which was across from this famous restaurant.

22. "Steel Over the Industrial Canal" Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, October 6, 1963.

Folder 5

Bicentennial Material: Letters, Speeches, Reports, and News Releases

Letters:

1. To Economic Development Districts from Henry C. Rubin, American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, State of Louisiana, October 15, 1973. Contains release on grants, bus and bike tours.

2. To C. Howard Nichols from Mary Sue May, Administrative Assistant, Capital Economic Development District Council, Inc. (this council covers 12 parishes of which the Florida Parishes were a part, November 6, 1973.)

3. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Mary Sue May,

November 21, 1973.

4. To members of the Heritage Committee of the Tangipahoa Parish American Revolution Bicentennial Commission from Buck Perrin, December (undated), 1973.

5. To C. Howard Nichols from Irene R. Morris, January (undated), 1974.

6. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, chairman, January 8, 1974.

7. To Heritage '76 Bicentennial from Wiley H. Sharp, Jr., Citizens National Bank, February 25, 1974.

8. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, chairman, September 16, 1974.

9. To C. Howard Nichols from Mary Sue May, September 24, 1974.

10. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, March 11, 1975.

11. Form Letter from St. Helena Bicentennial Commission extending an invitation to the dedication of Fluker's Bluff Nature Trail and Marker, March 27, 1975.

12. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, March 31, 1975.

13. To Rube Rogers from C. Howard Nichols, April 7, 1975.

14. To Palma Munson, Louisiana Tourist Development Commission, from C. Howard Nichols, June 24, 1975.

15. To Members of the Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, July 8, 1975.

16. To Members of the Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, July 8, 1975. COPY TWO.

17. To Members of the Tangipahoa Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, chairman, September 2, 1975.

 

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Bicentennial Material: Letters, Speeches, Reports, and News Releases Continued

18. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission & Guests from Rube Rogers, chairman, September 26, 1975.

19. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, chairman, January 30, 1976.

20. To C. Howard Nichols from Dee Hagan, secretary, Town of Mandeville, September 24, 1976.

21. To [probably] the St. Tammany Historical Assn.'s members--a form letter from C. Howard Nichols, January 10, 1975. (2 copies)

Speech:

22. Bicentennial quilt speech. Speaker is not identified.

Reports and Minutes:

23. Minutes of Tangipahoa Bicentennial Commission Meeting, November 28, 1973.

24. Report to Heritage '76 Committee of the Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission by C. Howard Nichols, n.d.

25. Report to the Police Jury of Tangipahoa Parish on the Bicentennial markers planned with a request for funding by C. Howard Nichols, n.d. (3 copies)

26. Description of the two bicentennial markers for Tangipahoa Parish.

27. Copy of invoice sent to C. Howard Nichols from Sewah Studios in Marietta, Ohio for the two bicentennial markers.

28. Copy of project sheet which was to be submitted by parish commissions to the state commission in connection with the bicentennial.

Folder 6

Bicentennial news releases, programs, booklets, and magazines

News Releases:

1. Florida American Rev. Bicentennial Symposium, Tallahassee, FL, Mar. 21-22, 1975.

2. Release on dedication of two historic markers in Tangipahoa Parish, November 8, 1975.

Programs:

3. Program of Florida's Bicentennial Commission's Symposium on "Eighteenth Century Florida and its Borderlands," May 18-20, 1972, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

4. Program for the Dedication of the Historic Markers at Thirty-First Parallel near the Louisiana-Mississippi line and at Pass Manchac, November 8, 1975. (9 copies)

Booklets:

5. Souvenir booklet with ten flags of Louisiana and explanation of their history by Pie Dufour issued by the Hibernia National Bank, 1976. (3 copies)

6. Booklet, Media for the Bicentennial, issued by the National Audiovisual Center, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, Washington, D.C., n.d.

7. A Bicentennial Guide to Louisiana comp. and designed by Paul F. Stahls Jr. and Louis T. Mayeux. Sponsored by the Louisiana Bicentennial (4 copies)

 

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BOX 4 Continued

Folder 6

Bicentennial news releases, programs, booklets, and magazines

8. National Parks Centennial, by Ralph C. Deans, published by Editorial Research Reports,

February, 1972

Magazines:

9. Time Magazine, special 1776 issue, dated July 4, 1776

10. Time Magazine, special Bicentennial issue, dated September 26, 1789

Folder 7 Bicentennial Material

Newspaper Clippings:

1. Newspaper photo of historic marker dedicated to establishment of thirty-first parallel,

Hammond Vindicator, November 13, no year (probably 1975)

2. "For Hungarian Settlement: Historical Marker Unveiled," Daily Star, May 22, 1975

3. Newspaper photo of Thirty-First Parallel Marker being the "First official Bicentennial

Project", Kentwood Ledger, October, no further date

4. "La. Second in Participations: Bicentennial Year Will Be Marked by Local Celebrations,"

by Margot Hornblower, Morning Advocate, February 20, 1975

5. "Rejuvenated Train Trips out the Nation," by Wayne King, States-Item, April 4, 1975

(about the 25-car Freedom Train which traveled the nation with Americana to celebrate the bicentennial)

6. "Bicentennial Exec Eyed," an 'Offbeat' Report by Don Buchanan, States-Item, no date

7. "Louisiana and the American Revolution," by Brian Schwaner, St. Tammany News, June

18, 1975

8. "200(?) Years of Booze: Let's Drink to That," by Ron Smith, States-Item, July 30, 1976

Folder 7 Bicentennial Material Continued

9. "'Oh Say Can You See?' - An Ode to America," text by Sid Moody with photos by Charles W. Harrity, James A. Bourdier, Jerry Moses and Bill Ingraham, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

10. "Bicentennial La. Almanac," by Dr. Ronald R. Morazan, Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976 (Same article as below)

11. "Louisiana Bicentennial Almanac," by Dr. Ronal R. Morazan, Sunday Advocate, May 23, 1976 (Same article as above)

12. The Louisiana Patriot, eight-page supplement to the Morning Advocate and State-Times, nd

13. Morning Advocate Bicentennial Edition, July 4, 1976

14. "We Salute America's Bicentennial Celebration," sixteen-page supplement to the Catholic Commentator, June 23, 1976

 

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BOX 5

Folder 1 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

Newspaper Clippings:

1. "Destrehan Plantation Home: Moving Toward Restoration," Sunday Advocate, November

5, 1972

2. "The River Road Historical Society: 'We Can Do It!'," L'Obervateur, October 7, 1976

3. "School Corp. Nominates 25 Directors," unidentified newspaper, n.d. (about efforts to

purchase old Silliman College and convert it into a private school)

4. "Silliman College Was Alma Mater of Many Prominent Area Women," by Ann Pierce,

Morning Advocate, March 17, 1967

5. "Old Jefferson College - Now Manresa House: Beautiful Building with Varied History,"

by Vaughn Glasgow, Sunday Advocate, April 16, 1967

6. "Ante-Bellum Building Stately History of Manresa is Told," Times-Picayune, July 19, 1964

7. "Manresa: Retreat of Solitude," by Betsy Petersen, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the

Times-Picayune, October 11, 1970

8. "Orange Grove Store: A Relaxing Trip to the Past," by Sue and Duane Cooke, Sunday

Advocate, October 26, 1975

9. "Elegance Amid Elegance," by Pat Phillips, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the Times-

Picayune, October 16, 1966 (about the Greek Revival Style cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morgan)

10. "A Justice Born Here," a Star Summer Feature giving information of the home in which

Chief Justice Edward Douglass White was born, unidentified newspaper (probable Daily Star), n.d.

11. "Unique Post-Civil-War Shop Thrives," by Gaye Saucier, States-Item, September 12, 1963

12. "Rooms at Cane River Plantation to be Viewed: Beau Fort, an 1830 Home in

Natchitoches, to be Open on Historic Tour," Sunday Advocate, October 4, 1964

13. "Washington: The Unrestored Williamsburg of Louisiana," by J.R. and Claire Brown,

Sunday Advocate, January 21, 1962 (about the village of Washington in South Louisiana)

14. "Little Town of Jackson: A Living Relic of the Past," by Jesse W. Nelson, Baton Rouge

Advocate, March 19, 1972

15. "A Louisiana Williamsburg: Jackson Launches Restoration Program," by Margaret

Dixon, in the Sunday Magazine of the Sunday Advocate, September 15, 1963

16. "The Barracks That Jackson Built," by Gil Webre, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the

Times-Picayune, September 17, 1961

17. "Landmarks Unit Meeting is Set," Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964 (about saving the Kent

Plantation House)

18. "Oliver House Facade Not Initial One," by Frank Schneider, unidentified newspaper

(probably Times-Picayune), n.d.

19. "Old Mansion in Tensas Parish to be Restored by New Owners," unidentified newspaper,

n.d. (about Wavertree Plantation)

20. "Fine House, Fine Furniture," by Pat Phillips, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the Times-

Picayune, July 10, 1966 (about the Albert J. Ruhlman home in the Garden District)

21. "Baton Rouge Pilgrimage Tours to be Resumed Saturday and Sunday," Morning

Advocate, April 1, 1965

22. "New Life for--An Antebellum Queen," by Avis Moore Rupert, in the Dixie Roto

Magazine of the Times-Picayune, January 3, 1965 (about Oaklawn Manor in Bayou Teche)

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 1 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations Continued

Newspaper Clippings Continued:

23. "Magnificence and Decay," by Janet Rink, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the Times-

Picayune, July 18, 1965 (about Evergreen, Oak Alley, Houmas House, and Belle Helene)

24. "Old Duplantier Home: City's Landmark to Open with 'New Face' Thursday," by Patricia

Baldridge, State-Times, November 1, 1965

25. "On the Banks of Bayou Teche: Beautiful Bayside Plantation," by Gerald J. Delcambre,

Sunday Advocate, May 17, 1970

26. "Catalpa Plantation: Preserving Romantic Louisiana," by Dottye Varnado, Sunday Advocate, September 8, 1968

27. "The Old Mint: Ageing, but Inspiring," by Betsy Petersen, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of

the Times-Picayune, August 24, 1969

28. "The Cottage Plantation: Andrew Jackson Slept Here," by Jennifer Quale, Times-Picayune, January 23, 1977

29. "Historic House is Moving to a New Home," (Stanley-Goodrich House) by Lettice

Stuart, in the Real Estate section of the Times-Picayune/States-Item, June 20, 1981

30. "Comeback for Old Camelback," by Martha Ann Samuel, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the Times-Picayune, September 13, 1964

Brochures, Booklets, Postcards:

31. Postcard of the Acadian House Museum in the Longfellow-Evangeline State Park at St.

Martinville, La.

32. Postcard showing the Wier Building, said to be the oldest residence in Opelousas, La.

33. Postcard of the Jim Bowie House located in the Jim Bowie Museum and Tourist Center in Opelousas, La.

34. Brochure of the Shadows-on-the-Teche house and gardens in New Iberia, La.

35. Brochure of the First Baton Rouge Pilgrimage, March 14 & 15, 1964. Presented by the

Baton Rouge Foundation for Historical Louisiana

36. Brochure of the annual Fall Historic Tour of Natchito-ches, October 15-16, 1960.

Presented by the Ladies in Calico Members of the Association of Natchitoches Women for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches

37. "Reflections" booklet of antebellum southern Louisiana Plantations. This booklet is

Volume 1, Number 6, published in New Orleans June-July, 1946 by the House of Bultman

Folder 2 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

Newspaper Clippings:

1. "$1.3 Million: La. Plantation House Can Be Yours for a Bit More Than a Bag of Shells,"

by Lettice Stuart, Times-Picayune/ States-Item, March 27, 1982 (about Rosebank, in West Feliciana Parish)

2. "Jefferson House Area Attraction," by Laura Fussell, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. "Historic Chretien Point Plantation is Put on Market for $1.1 Million," Times-Picayune,

January 6, 1980

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 2 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations Continued

4. "Fairview: Memories North of Thompson Creek," by Dawson Corley, Sunday Advocate,

October 21, 1979

5. "Winter Quarters: House for All Seasons," by Damon Veach, unidentified newspaper

(probably Advocate), n.d.

6. "Belle Chasse: Last Sad Chapter of a Dying House," by Dawson Corley, in the Magazine

section of the Sunday Advocate, September 16, 1979

7. "Beauregard House Draws Many Visitors," by Clarence Doucet, Times-Picayune, May 17, 1964

8. "Historic Plantation Home Noted for Ghost Legends," (Cretien Point Plantation House),

by Bill Elder, in the Sunday Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, September 20, 1964

9. "Restored Plantation Mansion: Oaklawn - Epitome of Good Life," by Ed Perez, in the Sunday Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, December 27, 1964

10. "The Cottage: Slower Pace," by Ken Dixon, in the Fun Section of the Morning Advocate,

June 1, 1979

11. "Talk Slated on Early La. Family," Morning Advocate, November 2, 1974 (about the

Bringiers family who established and built Tezcuco, Belle Helene, Hermitage, Bocage, Bagatelle, Colomb, Xenon-Trudeau, White Hall, Union and Monroe plantation homes)

12. "Wonderland in Ruins: Valcour Aime 'Versailles' Site Revisited in St. James Parish," by

Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, December 15, 1974

13. "Famed Oak Alley Plantation Has Exciting Future in Store," by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, November 28, 1976

14. "Love Affair with a House," by Dawn Ruth, in the Lifestyle section of the States-Item, April 20, 1978 (about Destrahan Manor House)

15. "A New Gleason Portfolio," by William R. Brockway, unidentified newspaper (probably

Advocate), n.d. (about Baton Rouge photographer David Gleason's publication of a book entitled "Plantation Homes of South Louisiana")

16. "Antiques and Old Homes Form New Roads Benefit," Sunday Advocate, April 14, 1974

17. "Summer Fest at Asphodel: Out of the Fields of Elysium," by Dawson Corley, unidentified newspaper (probably Advocate), January(?) 10, 1979

18. Newspaper photo entitled "Bagatelle and Baggage," by Richard Musson, in the Metrostate section of the Morning Advocate, November 30, 1977 (photo showing a barge moving the Bagatelle plantation house and its outbuildings up the Mississippi River to a new home site)

19. "Marigny Years a Colorful Chapter in City's History," by Stella Pitts, an "Exploring New

Orleans" column in the Times-Picayune, February 17, 1974 (about restorations in the "Faubourg Marigny" neighborhood of New Orleans)

20. "Labor of Love Preserves Grand Old Homes," Anne Price book review of Plantation

Homes of Louisiana and the Natchez Area by David King Gleason, in the Sunday Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, November 14, 1982

21. "Getting Back to the Past," by Tim Belehrad, in the Fun Section of the Morning Advocate, June 15, 1979 (about Belle Helene, with touring information also of other La. plantation homes)

22. "Ashes to Ashes, but Never to Dust," by Dawson Corley, in the Magazine section of the

Sunday Advocate, July 22, 1979 (about Elmwood Plantation)

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 2 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations Continued

23. "Esplanade House of Memories," by Pat Phillips, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the

Times-Picayune, November 3, 1974 (about the Claiborne House on Esplanade)

24. "By Dawn's Early Light: They Tore Down Welham House Today," by Dawson Corley,

Sunday Advocate, May 27, 1979

25. "'Golden Age' Restored", by Pat Phillips, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the Times-Picayune, September 10, 1972 (about the Hermann-Grima home in the French Quarter)

26. "Restoration Work at Live Oak May be Viewed During Tour," Sunday Advocate, February 15, 1976 (about Live Oak)

27. Newspaper photos of three buildings, examples of items being sought by the Atchafalaya

Basin Commission to be donated for the Atchafalaya Wilderness Centre under constructed near Catahoula, Morning Advocate, May 20, 1976

28. "A New Lease on Life," by Becky Bruns, Dixie Roto Magazine in the Times-Picayune,

November 6, 1977 (about restoration projects flourishing in various American cities, including New Orleans)

29. "A Victory for Preservation," by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, September 17, 1978 (about

Centenary College)

Brochures and Broadsides:

30. Brochure of Madewood Plantation House on Bayou Lafourche in Napoleonville (2 copies)

31. Brochure of the Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville

32. Restaurant placemat with a short history of Madewood plantation plus a praline reciepe

33. Broadside of Austerlitz Plantation in False River, by Colonel Henry A. Rougon

Folder 3 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

Newspaper Clippings:

1. "Famed Greenwood Plantation Lost to Fire - Lightning Blamed," unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. "With Love and with Interest: Uniting the Old and the New," by Dawson Corley, in the

Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, March 19, 1978 (about the reconstruction of Greenwood plantation in St. Francisville)

3. "Cluster of Treasures Along Cane River: Melrose Makes BIG List," Times-Picayune, July 2, 1972

4. "Sale of Melrose Reported," unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. "Melrose--A Vivid Reminder of Louisiana's Colorful Past," by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, March 2, 1975

6. One-eighth page notice of the opening of the Rosedown Plantation for tours, unidentified

newspaper, n.d.

7. "Restoration Creates Museum of Early 1800s: Rosedown, Challenge to Mount Vernon in

Beauty, Perfection, to be opened After Underwoods Complete Project," by Pat Baldridge, State-Times, April 7, 1964

8. "Restorer of Rosedown Honored by Southern Heritage Foundation," Morning Advocate,

October 24, 1966

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 3 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

9. "Theta Antique Show to Feature Rosedown," in the Society section of the Sunday Advocate, October 2, 1966

10. "Adapted to Modern Life: Tezcuco Retains Ante-Bellum Charm," by Vaughn L.

Glasgow, in the Sunday Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, July 31, 1966 (2 Copies)

11. "Orange Grove: Of Time and the Elements," by Dawson Corley, in the Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, May 6, 1979

12. "Plaquemines Mansion Rich in History: Showplace of Another Era," by Bert Hyde, States-Item, no date (about Orange Grove)

13. "Another Landmark to Fall?" by John R. Kemp and John Pope, New Orleans States-Item,

May 8, 1979 (about Orange Grove)

14. "A Relic of Yesteryear in Louisiana," by John Foster, New York Times, October 15, 1961 (about Shadows on the Teche)

15. "Candlelight Reception is Finale to Dedication of Shadows Here," by Frankie Hebert,

unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. "Ceremony Climaxes Shadows' Restoration," unidentified New Iberia newspaper, October 28, 1961

17. "Return of the Shadows," by John Foster, cover story of the Dixie Roto Magazine section

of the Times-Picayune, November 26, 1961

18. "San Francisco House is Again Bright, Colorful," Sunday Advocate, June 26, 1977 (1st page of article missing)

19. "1850 Mansion Being Prepared for 1977 Opening," by Elsie Hardesty, Sunday Advocate,

October 12, 1975 (about San Francisco Plantation)

20. "Renovation of San Francisco Plantation Now Under Way," by Joan Treadway, Times-

Picayune, n.d.

21. "San Francisco: Louisiana Original of Shining Stature," by Vaugh L. Glasgow, Sunday

Advocate, October 31, 1965

22. "Beauty of Ancestral Home in State Enchants Californian on Visit," Times-Picayune,

November 10, 1955 (about a descendant of the original builder of Live Oaks who visited the house)

23. "Refugees from a Duel: Live Oaks Steeped in History," by Leroy Willie, Sunday Advocate, March 21, 1965

24. "St. Louis Plantation: Home of Many Louisiana Leaders," by Leroy Willie, Sunday Advocate, March 13, 1965

25. "The Hermitage: Excellent Restoration in Progress," by Vaughn Glasgow, in the Sunday

Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, April 9, 1967

26. "Lonely Grave on Bayou Lafourche: A Tombstone in a Canefield," by Gladys Calhoon Case, Sunday Advocate, August 14, 1966 (about a solitary grave marker in a canefield on the Madewood Plantation)

27. "Audubon's Happyland - Oakley Plantation," by Pat Phillips, cover story in the Dixie Roto Magazine section of the Times-Picayune, October 12, 1969

28. "Future of White Castle Mansion Undecided," by Sonny Albarado, Sunday Advocate, July 22, 1979

29. "Goodwood Plantation House to be Open for March 14-15 Tour Here," by Dottye Varnado, Morning Advocate, March 11, 1964

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 3 Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations Continued

30. "Most Folks Agree That Loyd's Hall is Haunted," by Cora Schley, an unidentified Murray

newspaper, n.d.

31. "St. Delphine - A Gem of Architecture: Plantation Lives on in History," by Vaughn L.

Glasgow, in the Sunday Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, November 6, 1966

32. "Armitage Plantation Home: A Connecticut Yankee in Louisiana," by H.P. Bacot and

Vaughn L. Glasgow, Sunday Advocate, October 9, 1966

33. A "Picture out of our Past" photograph of Woodlawn Plantation taken in 1885, in the

Dixie Roto Magazine section of the Times-Picayune, October 16, 1966

34. "Gallier Hall is Rich in History, Beauty," by Clarence Doucet, Times-Picayune, May 10,

1964

35. "Old House is Dying: Magnolia Plantation Home is Now 'Haunting Ruin'," by Stella Pitts,

Times-Picayune, September 22, 1974

36. "Louisiana's Unique Post Office," clipping from unidentified newsletter, n.d. (about St.

Martinville P.O.)

37. "Silent Reminder of Civil War," by John Pope, in the Lifestyle section of the States-Item,

April 4, 1975 (about Longwood, in Natchez)

38. "Housekeeping in a Landmark," by Eva W. Beets, in the Dixie Roto Magazine section of

the Times-Picayune, January 13, 1952 (about the Rankin home near Columbia, MS where Andrew Jackson once slept)

Brochures and Newsletters:

39. Brochure of Shadows-on-the-Teche (2 Copies)

40. Baptist Message, dated April 30, 1964, featuring Greenwood on the cover, with a small

statement regarding the home inserted

Article:

41. "Shadows on the Teche," an article reprinted from Historic Preservation, Vol. 10, No. 3, 1958 (in booklet form)

Folder 4 Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast Forts

Newspaper Clippings:

1. "The Most Frustrated Fort in American History," by Ray Thompson, States-Item, July 31,

1964 (about Fort Massachusetts in the Gulf of Mexico 12 miles out from Biloxi and Gulfport)

2. "Prison Toured in Plaquemines: Part of Old Fort Wired for Demonstrators," Times-Picayune, April 19, 1964 (about Fort. St. Philip)

3. "Kids Play at Restored Fort Jackson While Fort St. Philip Lies Abandoned," by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, April 20, 1975

4. "Monument to de LaSalle in Ft. Jackson Area Eyed," by Bert Hyde, States-Item, March 29, 1965

5. "Fort Restoration Adds to Heritage," unidentified newspaper, no date (about erecting a

replica of Fort de la Boulaye in Plaquemines Parish)

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 4 Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast Forts Continued

Brochure:

1. Copy of the Baton Rouge Civil War Round Table's Itinerary to tour military sites in the

greater New Orleans/Baton Rouge Area (including Forts Pike, Petite Coquilles, Macomb, De La Boulaye, St. Philip, Jackson, Livingston, and Butler). Trip date: December 2, 1978

Folder 5 Perique Tobacco

Newspaper Clippings:

1. "Perique Tobacco Keeps Pipe Smokers Happy," by Leroy Willie, Sunday Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, December 29, 1963

2. "What Makes Perique Tobacco Unique?" by Robert L. Hurley, Morning Advocate, November 20, 1960

Folder 6 Rural Life Museum (Baton Rouge)

Newspaper Clippings:

1. "LSU's Eloquent Relic of Ante-Bellum Days," by Merikaye Presley, cover story in the

Dixie Roto Magazine section of the Times-Picayune, November 12, 1972 (xerox of final page)

Folder 7 Lake Pontchartrain Causeway

Newspapers:

1. Full edition of the St. Tammany Farmer, dated Friday, August 31, 1956. Headline reads

"Bridge Opens Today!" Almost entire issue dedicated to articles regarding bridge and northshore area (with many congratulatory advertisements from local organiza-tions/businesses)

Programs:

2. Program: "Opening Ceremonies of the Greater New Orleans Expressway, known

Everywhere as the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway," August 30th, 1956 (2 Copies)

Folder 8 Churches

Newspaper Clippings:

1. "Ascension Church Approaching 200th Anniversary," Catholic Commentator, November 20, 1970

2. "Country Churchyard Has Peace of Bygone Days," by Larry Rumley, Sunday Advocate,

March 24, 1963 (about Grace Episcopal Church in St. Francisville)

3. "Church Records Offer Fascinating Footnotes to History," by Elizabeth K. Dart, Sunday

Advocate, April 12, 1970 (about Grace Episcopal Church in St. Francisville)

4. "Paincourtville's 'Heretical Church'," Dixie Roto Magazine Section of the Times-Picayune,

November 12, 1972 (about St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, called the 'heretical church' because of its decorations depicting heresies)

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 8 Churches Continued

5. "Old St. Stephen's is to be Restored," by Bernard Curet, Sunday Advocate, October 26, 1975

6. "Church Restoration," a "Down in the Bayou" column by Claire Puneky, unidentified

newspaper, n.d. (about the Christ Church in Bayou Lafourche)

7. "200-Year-Old Church to be Restored," by Doug Woolfolk, Catholic Commentator, July

6, 1973 (about St. Gabriel Church in Iberville Parish)

Manuscripts:

8. "Grace Episcopal Church, St. Francisville, Louisiana" by Pat Trahan, January 5, 1962

Folder 9 Louisiana Bibliographies and Study Guide

Booklets:

1. Louisiana: A Student's Guide to Localized History, by Joe Gray Taylor. Part of the Localized History Series, published by Teachers College Press, New York in 1966

2. Louisiana in the Civil War - a Bibliography, compiled under the direction of Edith T.

Atkinson, Librarian, Louisiana State Library. Published by the Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission, 1961. (2 Copies)

Excerpts from Articles and Books:

3. Suggested Readings regarding the Kansas-Nebraska Act and aftermath, the court and

economy prior to the Civil War, election of Lincoln, secession and war. Source unknown

4. Suggested Readings regarding Civil War: The Confederacy, Lincoln and the Union,

Military Events. Source unknown (probably same as above)

Notes:

5. Notes of C. Howard Nichols on 31st Parallel citations

6. Notes of C. Howard Nichols on St. Joseph Seminary College

7. Notes of C. Howard Nichols on the Abolitionists

Manuscripts:

8. Selected Bibliography of Louisiana Reconstruction

9. Bibliography of the French Period in Louisiana

10. Copy of a bibliography from a student paper on Jefferson College

Folder 10 Brochures on Historic Southern Places

1. Acadiana Tour Guide, Published by the Lafayette Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau

2. Port Gibson in Claiborne County, MS, Published by the Claiborne County Chamber of

Commerce

3. "Gold in the Hills" brochure of a play presented by the Dixie Showboat Players and running on the "Big Mama" Steamer Sprague showboat in Vicksburg, MS. 1960 Publication

4. Vicksburg, Mississippi brochure, published by the Vicksburg Chamber of Commerce

5. Monticello (Home of Thomas Jefferson) brochure

 

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 10 Brochures on Historic Southern Places Continued

6. Mount Vernon, Virginia (Home of George Washington) brochure, issued by the Mount

Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union

Folder 11 Miscellaneous Material

Newspaper Clippings:

1. Full issue of The Watchman, East Feliciana newspaper published in Clinton. Dated January 3, 1964

2. 4-page compilation of reprinted articles from The New York Herald dated December 21,

1879. Includes articles on the Grant presidency, South American War, Edison's Light/Early Electricity

3. "Cortez: Man Rejected by His People," by Stanley Meisler, Morning Advocate, November 7, 1974

4. "In the Corners of the City: Reviving a Victorian Tradition," by Suzanne Stouse, in the

Vivant section of the Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976 (about New Orleans public fish pools)

Brochures, Postcards:

5. Postcard of the dining room of the Hotel Vicksburg in Vicksburg, MS

6. Postcard of the Hotel Vicksburg in Vicksburg, MS

7. Brochure: "Our Cultural Resources...What they Mean to Louisiana". Published by Louisiana Commission on Cultural Resources

8. Brochure: "The National Trust for Historic Preservation"

Miscellaneous:

10. Letter dated November 8, 1960 from Wayne C. Grover of the National Archives to

Honorable James Morrison regarding a letter from C. Howard Nichols. Attached is a memo from Congressman Morrison to C. Howard Nichols

11. Certificate dated May 14, 1960 acknowledging that C. Howard Nichols successfully traveled on the Natchez Trace

12. "Cooking with a Southern Accent," by Clementine Paddleford. Reprint from New York

Herald Tribune

, March 4, 1956

13. Portion of stationary from the Friendly Store in Covington, LA. Handwritten Cedar Spring address of the Clapman (?) house.

14. Brochure of the Mile Branch Settlement at the Washington Parish Fair, 1979

15. Self-guide tour booklet of Fort Pickens in Pensacola Beach, Florida

16. U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service 5-page tourist information sheet on Fort Pickens

17. "Great Lady Who Proved Legend During her 101-Year Lifetime," a Pie Dufour 'A La Mode' column in an unidentified newspaper, March 15, 1968

18. "A Ditch to be Reckoned With," States-Item, July 11, 1967 (about the Erie Canal on its

150th Anniversary)

19. "Walter Prichard, Retired Educator, Dies Here Today," obituary in unidentified newspaper, n.d.

 

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BOX 6

Folder

North Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter

1. 1964-Vol. 4, Nos. 3 and 4

2. 1964-1965-Vol. 5, Nos. 1-4

3. 1966-Vol. 6, Nos. 3 and 4

4. 1966-1967-Vol. 7, Nos. 1-3

5. 1967-1968-Vol. 8, Nos. 1-4

6. 1968-1969-Vol. 9, Nos. 1-4

North Louisiana Historical Association Journal

7. 1969-1970-Vol. 1, Nos.1-4

8. 1970-1971-Vol. 2, Nos. 1-4

9. 1971-1972-Vol. 3, Nos. 1-4

10. 1975-Vol. 6, No. 4, Summer; Vol. 7, No. 1, Fall

1976-Vol. 7, No. 2, Winter; No. 3, Spring; No. 4, Summer

11. 1976-Vol. VIII, No. 1, Fall

1977-Vol. VIII, No. 2, Winter; No. 3, Spring; No. 4, Summer; No. 5, Fall

12. 1978-Vol. IX, Nos. 1-4

13. 1979-Vol. X, Nos. 1-4

14. 1980-Vol. XI, Nos. 1-4

15 1981-Vol. XII, Nos. 1-4

16. 1982-Vol. XIII, Nos. 1-4

17. 1983-Vol. XIV, Nos. 1-4

18. 1984-Vol. XV, Nos. 1-4

19. 1985-Vol. XVI, Nos. 1-4

20. 1986-Vol. XVII, Nos. 1-4

21. 1987-Vol. XVIII, Nos. 1-4

22. 1988-Vol. XIX, No. 1

23. Index to: Vol. VI, 1974-75; Vol. VII, 1975-1976; Vol. VIII, 1976-1977; Vol. IX, 1978; Vol. XI, 1980; Vol. XII, 1981; Vol. XIII, 1982

24. Teaching History: A Journal of Methods

Vol. 5, No. 2, Fall 1980

Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1982

Vol. 8, No. 2, Fall 1983

Vol. 11, No. 2, Fall 1986

Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring 1987

Vol. 13, No. 2, Fall 1988

Vol. 14, No. 2, Fall 1989

 

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BOX 6

Folder

25. Attakapas Gazette, Published by the Attakapas Historical Association

Vol. XI, No. 1, Spring 1976

Vol. XII, No. 2, Summer 1977 (2 copies)

Vol. XII, No. 3, Fall 1977

Vol. XII, No. 4, Winter 1977 (2 Copies)

Vol. XIII, No. 1, Spring 1978

Vol. XIII, No. 4, Winter 1978

26. The Dixieland Coloring Book, by Scarlet O'Hearme

27. The Peoples of Louisiana: Heritages and Futures, Published by the Louisiana Committee for the Humanities, 1976-1978

28. Northshore Magazine, 1984, Vol. 1, No. 2, September and No. 3, October

29. Pathway, The Magazine of the Greater Covington Area, 1972, February and March

30. Louisiana Heritage, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 1968; Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter 1969; Summer 1969; Spring 1969; Vol. 2, No. 2, 1970

31. The Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly, Vol. XIII, No. 1, Winter 1995

 

BOX 7

State Senator Forum, 10-16-1979, audio recording

 

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LOUISIANA LIFE Magazine of the Bayou State--

Volume 2 No. 5 November/December 1982

3 No. 2 May/June 1983

3 No. 3 July/August 1983

3 No. 4 September/October 1983

3 No. 5 November/December 1983

3 No. 6 January/February 1984

4 No. 1 March/April 1984

4 No. 2 May/June 1984

4 No. 3 July/August 1984

4 No. 4 September/October 1984

4 No. 5 November/December 1984

4 No. 6 January/February 1985

5 No. 3 July/August 1985

6 No. 4 September/October 1986

6 No. 5 November/December 1986

7 No. 2 May/June 1987

7 No. 5 November/December 1987

7 No. 6 January/February 1988

8 No. 2 May/June 1988

8 No. 4 September/October 1988

10 No. 4 September/October 1990

10 No. 5 November/December 1990

10 No. 6 January/February 1991

11 No. 3 July/August 1991

11 No. 4 September/October 1991

12 No. 1 February/March 1992

12 No. 2 April/May 1992

13 No. 2 Summer 1993

13 No. 3 Autumn 1993

13 No. 4 Winter 1993/1994

14 No. 2 Summer 1994

14 No. 3 Autumn 1994

14 No. 4 Winter 1994/1995

15 No. 1 Spring 1995

NEW ORLEANS--bound issues

Volume 1 Oct.-Sept. 1966-67

2 Oct.-Sept. 1967-68

3 Oct.-Sept. 1968-69

4 Oct.-Sept. 1969-70

5 Oct.-Sept. 1970-71

7 Oct.-Sept. 1972-73

 

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NEW ORLEANS Magazine--

Volume 1 No. 2 November 1966

1 No. 3 December 1966

4 No. 11 August 1970

5 No. 10 July 1971

5 No. 11 August 1971

5 No. 12 September 1971

6 No. 1 October 1971

6 No. 1 October 1971

6 No. 2 November 1971

6 No. 2 November 1971

6 No. 3 December 1971

6 No. 3 December 1971

6 No. 4 January 1972

6 No. 4 January 1972

6 No. 5 February 1972

6 No. 5 February 1972

6 No. 6 March 1972

6 No. 6 March 1972

6 No. 7 April 1972

6 No. 7 April 1972

6 No. 8 May 1972

6 No. 8 May 1972

6 No. 9 June 1972

6 No. 9 June 1972

6 No. 10 July 1972

6 No. 10 July 1972

6 No. 11 August 1972

6 No. 11 August 1972

6 No. 11 August 1972

6 No. 12 September 1972

6 No. 12 September 1972

7 No. 1 October 1972

7 No. 2 November 1972

7 No. 3 December 1972

7 No. 4 January 1973

7 No. 5 February 1973

7 No. 6 March 1973

7 No. 7 April 1973

7 No. 8 May 1973

7 No. 9 June 1973

7 No. 10 July 1973

7 No. 11 August 1973

7 No. 12 September 1973

8 No. 1 October 1973

8 No. 1 October 1973

 

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New Orleans--

8 No. 2 November 1973

8 No. 3 December 1973

8 No. 4 January 1974

8 No. 5 February 1974

8 No. 5 February 1974

8 No. 6 March 1974

8 No. 7 April 1974

8 No. 8 May 1974

8 No. 9 June 1974

8 No. 10 July 1974

8 No. 11 August 1974

8 No. 12 September 1974

9 No. 1 October 1974

9 No. 2 November 1974

9 No. 3 December 1974

9 No. 4 January 1975

9 No. 5 February 1975

9 No. 5 February 1975

9 No. 6 March 1975

9 No. 6 March 1975

9 No. 7 April 1975

9 No. 7 April 1975

9 No. 8 May 1975

9 No. 8 May 1975

9 No. 9 June 1975

9 No. 9 June 1975

9 No. 11 July 1975

9 No. 11 July 1975

9 No. 12 August 1975

9 No. 12 September 1975

10 No. 1 October 1975

10 No. 2 November 1975

10 No. 3 December 1975

10 No. 4 January 1976

10 No. 5 February 1976

10 No. 6 March 1976

10 No. 7 April 1976

10 No. 9 June 1976

10 No. 10 July 1976

10 No. 11 August 1976

11 No. 1 October 1976

11 No. 2 November 1976

11 No. 3 December 1976

11 No. 4 January 1977

11 No. 5 February 1977

 

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New Orleans--

11 No. 6 March 1977

11 No. 7 April 1977

11 No. 8 May 1977

11 No. 8 May 1977

11 No. 9 June 1977

11 No. 10 July 1977

11 No. 10 July 1977

11 No. 11 August 1977

11 No. 12 September 1977

12 No. 1 October 1977

12 No. 2 November 1977

12 No. 3 December 1977

12 No. 4 January 1978

12 No. 5 February 1978

12 No. 6 March 1978

12 No. 7 April 1978

12 No. 8 May 1978

12 No. 9 June 1978

12 No. 10 July 1978

12 No. 11 August 1978

12 No. 12 September 1978

13 No. 1 October 1978

13 No. 2 November 1978

13 No. 3 December 1978

13 No. 4 January 1979

13 No. 5 February 1979

13 No. 6 March 1979

13 No. 7 April 1979

13 No. 8 May 1979

13 No. 9 June 1979

13 No. 10 July 1979

13 No. 11 August 1979

13 No. 12 September 1979

14 No. 1 October 1979

14 No. 2 November 1979

14 No. 3 December 1979

14 No. 4 January 1980

14 No. 5 Febuary 1980

14 No. 6 March 1980

14 No. 7 April 1980

14 No. 8 May 1980

14 No. 9 June 1980

14 No. 10 July 1980

14 No. 11 August 1980

14 No. 12 September 1980

 

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New Orleans--

15 No. 3 December 1980

15 No. 4 January 1981

15 No. 8 May 1981

15 No. 9 June 1981

15 No. 11 August 1981

15 No. 12 September 1981

16 No. 1 October 1981

16 No. 2 November 1981

16 No. 3 December 1981

16 No. 4 January 1982

16 No. 5 February 1982

16 No. 6 March 1982

16 No. 7 April 1982

16 No. 10 July 1982

23 No. 14 October 1989

25 No. 6 February 1991

25 No. 7 March 1991

25 No. 10 June 1991

25 No. 8 May 1992

26 No. 9 June 1992

26 No. 11 August 1992

26 No. 9 June 1992

26 No. 12 September 1992

27 No. 1 October 1992

27 No. 2 November 1992

27 No. 4 January 1993

27 No. 5 February 1993

27 No. 7 April 1993

27 No. 9 June 1993

27 No. 10 July 1993

27 No. 11 August 1993

28 No. 1 October 1993

28 No. 2 November 1993

28 No. 10 July 1994

28 No. 11 August 1994

28 No. 12 September 1994

29 No. 1 October 1994

29 No. 2 November 1994

29 No. 3 December 1994

29 No. 4 January 1995

29 No. 5 March 1995

30 No. 1 October 1995

 

Donated to SLU Archives by C. Howard Nichols November 1995

 

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JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN HISTORY (Bound), Vol. 1, 1935 -- Vol. 12, 1946

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN HISTORY (Bound), Vol. 13, 1947 -- Vol. 24, 1958

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN HISTORY (Bound), Vol. 25, 1959 -- Vol. 39, 1973

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN HISTORY (Unbound), Vol. 40, 1974 -- Vol. 59, 1993

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY (Unbound), Vol. 3, 4 (#2), 6 (#1), 7, 8 (#1, 2, 3), 10-12, 13 (1, 2, 3), 14-16, 17 (1, 2, 3), 18

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY (Unbound), Vol. 9, 19, 20, 2 (1, 2, 4), 22 (1, 3, 4), 23-25, 26 (1, 3, 4), 27 (1, 2, 3), 28 (1, 2, 3)

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY (Unbound), Vol. 29-31, 32 (1, 2, 4), 33, 34 (1, 2, 3), 38, 39, 40 (1, 2)

HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Annual Report 1972-73, July-Sept, Oct-Dec 1972, Jan-Dec 1973, Jan-Dec 1974, Jan-Sept 1975, April-Dec 1976, Jan-Dec 1977, Jan/Mar, Oct/Dec 1978, May-Oct 1979, Jan-April, Nov/Dec 1980, Mar-Aug, Nov/Dec 1981, Mar-Aug, Nov/Dec 1981, Jan-April, July-Dec 1982, Mar/April, July-Dec 1982, Mar-Oct 1983, Feb, April, June, 1984, April, Aug, Oct 1985, Mar/April 1987, Mar-June 1992, July/Aug 1993, Jan-April 1994.

LOUISIANA LIFE

Mar/April, Nov/Dec 1981, Jan-Aug 1982, Mar/April, July/Aug 1986, Sept/Oct 1987, Mar/April 1988, Mar/April 1990, Spring 1994.

MISCELLANEOUS

Auditing Guide, New Orleans Historic Quarterly, Spring 1994, AASLH Catalogue 1988, Southeastern Alumni News, Summer 1988, Historic News, Nov/Dec 1987, Atlantic, Aug 1992

 

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BOX 20

Folder 1 -Aardvark's Bark

January 7, 1971, Volume 1, Number 1. (xerox copy)

Folder 2 -CDAF Blackball Express

Week of April 20th, Volume 1, Number 2.

Folder 3 -The Chronicle

a) Volume 2, Number 1.

b) "And the Rockets Red Glare."

Folder 4 -Collegiate Factor

a) January, 1970. (2 copies)

b) February, 1970.

c) April, 1970.

d) June, 1970.

e) November, 1970.

f) December, 1970.

Folder 5 -The Collegiate Republican

a) Volume 1, Number 5.

b) A letter stating the reason for an existing pamphlet from The Student Rights Organization.

Folder 6 -LSU Outlook

b) LSU Outlook, Vol. 21, Number 6, November 1974.

a) LSU Outlook, Vol. 28, Number 1, January 1981.

Folder 7 -Morning Alternate

October 3, 1974, Volume II, Number I.

Folder 8 -Onlooker

November 21, 1968, Volume I, Issue No. 3.

Folder 9 -The Rabble

November 4, 1968, Hammond, LA.

Folder 10 -Strawberry Jam

a) Guidelines and informational background on Strawberry Jam. (2 copies)

b) Strawberry Jam, Vol. 2 Issue 1, Fall 1979.

Folder 11 -Copies from New Orleans Papers

a) A letter written to Dick from Ferdinand, July 4th, 1861.

b) A letter written to Ma and Sisters, May 12th, 1863.

c) Letters to Mary Pittman from R. B. Pittman.

d) A letter to Mother from Laurie, July 1862.

e) Excerpts from New Orleans Papers (copy of originals and English translations)

Folder 12 -

English translation of the text for The Seven Deadly Sins, 1957.

Folder 13 -Journals

a) Bibliography, table of contents to the Journal of Negro History.

b) Order form for Louisiana History, Official Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Index to Volumes I-XXV.

c) Order form for the Teaching History: A Journal of Methods.

 

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BOX 20 Continued

Folder 14

Menus and Place Mats

Menus

a) Laroux The Gourmet Classic. (2 copies)

b) Lafitte's Landing Restaurant.

c) Lafitte's Landing recipe for Lafitte's Oysters Marie Laveaux.

d) Mother's Restaurant.

e) The Cabin Restaurant.

f) Six Fortune Chinese Fast Foods.

g) China Inn Restaurant

h) South China Restaurant

i) Don's Seafood & Steak House, Inc.

j) Mashburns

k) Murphy's Seafood

l) Gefs

m) Taste of Bavaria Bakery Pastry and Coffee Shop.

n) Po Folks.

o) A listing of Washington Restaurants, 1990.

p) The Vieux Carre Restaurant.

q) Brochure: The Gumbeaux Gator Guide to Dining in Southwest Louisiana.

r) Lagoon Dining Room, Lihue, Hawaii.

s) Kluchin’s General Store Restaurant

t) Navia’s of Baton Rouge, New Orleans Seafood Restaurant.

Placemats

k) Don's Seafood & Steak House.

l) Airline Motors Restaurant Bar.

Folder 15 -Excerpts about The Casket Girls

a) The Encyclopedia of SOUTHERN HISTORY, 1979.

b) Louisiana, by Alcee Fortier, 1914.

c) The Story of Louisiana, Volume I, Edwin Adams Davis, 1960.

Folder 16 -Indians

a) "The Forgotten Tribe, Louisiana’s Coushattas," July 1969.

b) Louisiana Indians Linguistic Group and Tribe map and information sheet.

c) Louisiana Chronology of Prehistoric Cultures.

d) "Indians of South America," National Geographic Map, 1982.

e) "Native American Heritage, A Visitors Guide," National Geographic Map, October 1991.

f) "The Caddo Indians of Louisiana" by Clarence H. Webb and Hiram F. Gregory, August 1978. (booklet and xerox copy of booklet)

g) "U. S. Journal: Louisiana, The Tunica Treasure," The New Yorker, July 27, 1981.

h) "The Paleo-Indian Era in Louisiana" by Jon L. Gibson, Louisiana Heritage Magazine, Vol. II, No. III, 1971. (xerox copy)

i) List of Archaeology films, books, booklets, exhibits.

j) List of Archaeology news, books, booklets, exhibits.

k) Anthropological Study Series

 

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BOX 20 Continued

Folder 17 -Indians-Poverty Point

a) Poverty Point, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, Louisiana Archaeological Survey and Antiquities Commission Anthropological Study No. 7.

b) Anthropological Study Series, No. 7, Poverty Point: A Culture of the Lower Mississippi Valley, by Jon L. Gibson. (xerox copy)

c) Poverty Point Louisiana State Commemorative Area (brochure)

d) Poverty Point Exhibit, Books for Additional Reading Available from the Louisiana State Library.

e) References on Poverty Point.

f) Poverty Point State Commemorative Area (1-page paper).

g) "Poverty Point 2000 years ahead of its time," Morning Advocate, November 26, 1982 (xerox).

h) Poverty Point newspaper clipping, March 17, 1963.

i) Objects of Early Culture, Morning Advocate, November 12.

j) Poverty Point and Olmec influences (2 pages xeroxed from unidentified book)

k) "Poverty Point at-a-glance" by Dr. Glen Greene (xerox copy).

l) "Ancient culture studied at Poverty Point sites," (xerox copy).

m) Poverty Point Acquisition Is Proposed to Legislature, Times-Picayune, May 3, 1971 (xerox).

n) "State Purchases Poverty Point To Be Used as Recreation Area," May 9, 1972 (xerox copy).

o) "Poverty Point transfer bill sent to president," Morning Advocate, October 15, 1988 (xerox).

p) "Park Service will manage Poverty Point," November 10, 1988 (xerox copy).

q) Louisiana Archaeology Week 1990 Poverty Point State Commemorative Area.

r) Poverty Point Interpretive Trail

Folder 18 -Indians

a) "On the Tunica Trail" by Jeffrey P. Brain, June 1977. (3 copies)

b) Program for the Second Annual United Houma Indian Festival, August 31-September 3, 1990.

c) Flyer for the Second Annual United Houma Indian Festival, August 31-September 3, 1990.

h) Bibliography on Indians.

i) Migrations of the Tunica (map).

j) Cadastral Records: A Saga of the Common Man (outline).

k) "The Valley of the Kings on the Bogue Falaya" (4-page paper).

fl Archaeological dig information on the Old Mill Site, 1980 (2-page paper).

m) "An Expedition" by Mike Broussard (4-page paper) .

n) Louisiana Chronology and map.

o) Printout of books.

p) A comic strip of a pilgrim and an Indian.

q) A supplemental information sheet.

r) A conversation held by and Indian and a French settler.

s) Calendar year of the Natchez. (2 copies)

t) Calendar Year of the Natchez and Grand Village (brochure).

u) Information on the Grand Village of the Natchez Indians.

 

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BOX 20 Continued

Folder 19 -Indians

a) "Indians of North America," National Geographic, Vol. 142, No. 6, December 1972 (map).

b) Paper about the Iroquois Indians.

c) Louisiana History Bibliography.

d) Xerox pages from The Louisiana Historical Quarterly.

e) "Louisiana Indians" bibliography.

f) Father Adrien Rouquette and the Choctaws (Notes from Fr. Smith's Talk Sept. 17, 1973).

g) Handwritten Notes.

h) "Tonti's Search" (2-page paper).

i) "Indians" pages 2 and 3.

j) Proposed history honors program, Fall 1974.

k) Indians of Louisiana (2 copies of an 11-page paper).

l) Invitation to LSU’s Anglo-American Art Museum, January 11, 1981.

Folder 20 -The Italians

a) "The Italian Century," a brochure (3 copies).

b) Brochure to the Independence Italian Festival, April 23 & 24, 1982 at Mater Dolorosa School and Church Grounds.

c) Stationery from the Italian Century, October 18-24, 1982

d) Schedule of events from the New Orleans Jazz Centennial Celebration.

e) An Invitation to Italian poster.

f) Colonies Before WWI, Italians in Texas, The Texas Humanist, Vol. 4, No. 2, November-December 1981 (2 xerox copies).

g) My Grandfather, Joseph Euvino, Louisiana History Newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 5, September 1978.

h "The Italians" by D. Bazer, A. McIntosh, and J. Robinson, Ethnic Heritage Workshop, Title IX Grant, SLU, Summer, 1980.

Folder 21 -The Italians

a) Slide presentation on Louisiana's Italian Culture, Heritage and History by Lyle Soniat (2 copies).

b) Slide presentation on Italian Festivals in Louisiana, by Lyle Soniat (2 copies).

c) Slide presentation of American Italian culture, On-going Treasures of the Past.

d) Slide presentation of the maker's of Louisiana's future, American Italian heritage and history (2 copies).

e) Partial paper about Hungarians.

f) "The Felicianas of Louisiana" by David C. Bazer.

g) Information on Grace Memorial Episcopal Church.

Folder 22 -The Jews

a) "The Louisiana Jewish Community Reminiscences of its History" an exhibit, November 7, 1982 to December 11, 1982, special collections division of Tulane.

b) Conference on Southern Jewish History, November 19-21, 1981, New Orleans, LA (brochure).

 

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BOX 21

Folder 1 -Louisiana Masons

a) Louisiana Freemason, Summer 1976

b) The Louisiana Freemason, Volume 16 Number 4, 1988.

c) The Louisiana Freemason, Volume 24 Number 3, October 1995.

d) "Freemasonry in Louisiana" by Edwin F. Gayle.

e) "Freemasonry in Louisiana" by Edwin F. Gayle.

Folder 2 -Ku Klux Klan

a) Business card for Bill Wilkinson, Imperial Wizard, United States of America.

b) An introduction to the Invisible Empire Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (brochure)

d) Lincoln's Plan to Re-colonize the Negro (brochure).

e) Get on the Klan Van, Join the Klan Youth Corps (brochure).

f) Illegal Alien Problem (brochure).

g) Fusion of the Races (brochure).

h) whites and mulatto? Beyond Human Belief (brochure).

i) Roots exposed (brochure).

j) Quarterly publication for the Invisible Empire Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Spring 1982.

Folder 3 -Berry, Alex

a) Eulogy for Alex Berry prepared by Howard Nichols.

b) Personal Profile of Alexander Berry, January 1, 1988.

c) Correspondence from August J. Molner to Alexander Berey concerning Foundation's distinguished Service Award, August 15, 1988.

d) An article entitled "My Friend: Alexander J. Berey" by C. Howard Nichols.

Folder 4 -Buck, Martina

a) "Remembering Martina Ellis Buck (1898-1996)" (2-page paper)

b) "Memorial of Martina Ellis Buck" for DAR by Charles B. W. Palmer (3-page paper)

c) Letter to C. Howard Nichols from Charles B. W. Palmer concerning tribute in newspaper, dated May 1, 1996

d) Letter from C. Howard Nichols to Charles B. W. Palmer concerning remarks about Martina for the D.A.R., dated May 2, 1996.

Folder 5 -Carter, Hodding

a) Letter from Billy Carter to Nichols concerning appreciation of Hodding’s editorial in the Courier, December 2, 1988.

b) Hodding Carter's Hammond a talk for Evelyn Livingston's Book Club, delivered at her home, May 30, 1989.

c) Ave Atque-We’ll Be Seeing You," The Tangipahoa Parish Daily Courier, May 29, 1936.

Folder 6 -Carter, Jimmy

a) Nationwide election returns update.

b) Museum of the Jimmy Carter Library (brochure).

c) Biographical Sketches of the Carter Family.

d) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Announcement Speech, Address by Jimmy Carter Announcing his candidacy for the 1976 Democratic Presidential nomination to the national press club," December 12, 1974.

e) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Address by Jimmy Carter to the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations" March 15, 1976.

 

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Folder 6 -Carter, Jimmy Continued

f) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Address by Jimmy Carter on Urban Policy, To the United States Conference on Mayors in Milwaukee," June 29, 1976.

g) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Address by Jimmy Carter on the Middle East, Elizabeth, NJ," June 6, 1976.

h) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Jimmy Carter on Labor"

i) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Address by Jimmy Carter before the National Wildlife Federation," March 15, 1975.

j) Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Cities Urban Policy for the remainder of the Twentieth

Century" April 1, 1976.

k) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Jimmy Carter on Railroad Reorganization"

l) "Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign: Planning a Budget from Zero" at the National Governors conference, June 1974.

m) "Jimmy Carter on Church and State," Liberty, September/October 1976.

Folder 7 -Carter, Ruth

a) A Requiem Eucharist for the Repose of the soul of Marilyn Carter.

b) Memo to faculty from The Ruth C. Carter Memorial Scholarship Committee, May 5, 1970.

c) "C. C. Carter Succumbs Saturday Morning at Wiginton Hospital," (xerox newspaper clipping).

d) Burris Greene Briar Shoppe grand opening, August 31, 1970.

Folder 8 -Durieux, Caroline W.

a) Invitation to Caroline Durieux early Lithographs exhibition, December 4, 1977.

b) Caroline Durieux retrospective exhibition, Historic NO Collection, January 13-Feb. 14, 1976.

c) Caroline Durieux donation of profits on all copies of the book sold at the art museum.

Folder 9 -Edwards, Edwin

a) Postcard from Jim Brady to C. Howard Nichols concerning the election of Edwin Edwards,

Governor, October 29, 1979.

b) Telegrams from Edwin Edwards to Clarence J. Nichols concerning the support of Edwin Edwards on election day, Oct. 25, 1971 and Dec. 10, 1971.

c) Campaign newspaper supplement about Edwin Edwards (2 copies)

d) Advertisement for Edwin Edwards at Southeastern Louisiana University, October 7, 1983.

e) 5 good reasons to vote for Edwin Edwards November 16 Campaign advertisement

f) "Make the difference" flyer, Campaign advertisement for Edwin Edwards

g) Letter from Edwin W. Edwards, Governor to School Board Members concerning problem issues and solutions, December 1992.

Folder 10 -Graham, Ford M.

a) "Ford M. Graham: Member of the Board," The Tulanian, Vol. 45, No. 3, Summer 1973.

b) Program for Fanfare event-John J. Graham President and Chief Executive Officer Graham Resources, Inc., October 11, 1989.

Folder 11 -Graham, John

a) Program for the matrimony of Katherine Breckinridge and Ford Fourmy Graham, January 25, 1992 at Grace Episcopal Church, Hammond, LA.

b) Resume of John J. Graham.

 

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BOX 21 Continued

Folder 12 -Leche, Richard W.

a) Letter from J. C. Cooper, Commissioner to Governor Richard W. Leche concerning Labor troubles at the Hammond and Roseland plants of Mr. Wilson's company, August 20, 1938. (xerox)

b) Letter from Mrs. Richard W. Leche to Howard Nichols concerning the expected delivery of the Gazette to Howard Nichols, October 9, 1978.

Folder 13 -Long, Huey P. (Part I)

a) Postcard from Abner Powell, New Orleans to Mrs. W. H. King, Weston, GA, 1952 (has pictures of Huey Long, the new State Capitol, and Huey P. Long bridge).

b) The Huey P. Long Centennial, 1893-1993 (brochure).

c) Huey Long Centennial Symposium agenda, August 27- 28, 1993.

d) "Huey Long: How the Kingfish made college golf," Golf Digest, October 1992.

e) Poster of Huey Long's 50 years commemoration.

f) Book cover entitled "Huey Long's Louisiana Hayride" by Harnett T. Kane.

g) Huey Pierce Long Funeral Oration, September 12, 1935.

h) "The World of Huey Long" by Robert Penn Warren, Saturday Review, January 5, 1974.

i) A poem entitled "The Road" by Hyam Plutzik.

j) "Huey Long as Educator" by Dr. Joe L. Green.

k) General information concerning Huey Long.

l) Schedule program for Southeastern Louisiana University Presentation of "The Longs of Louisiana" September 8-15, 1985 (3 copies).

Folder 14 -Long, Huey P. (Part II)

a) "Longism," (4-page paper)

b) "The Enigma of Huey Long: An Essay Review" by Hugh Davis Graham (Book review Reprint from The Journal of Southern History, Vol. XXXVI, No. 2, May 1970).

c) Poems by Robert Edgar Sharkey.: "A Prayer of the Converted," "The Battle of the Airport," "Xenophon’s Retreat," "Whoopee!"

d) An article entitled "The Messiah of the Rednecks."

e) Index card with jotted information about the 1st New Deal & 2nd New Deal.

f) Letter from Tom H. Matheny to C. Howard Nichols dated December 22, 1988 concerning information about Huey P. Long. Includes an article entitled "The Kingfish at OU" and letters to Joseph A. Brandt from Huey P. Long. All are xerox copies from the Sooner Magazine, 1988.

g) Huey P. Long's House Calendar House Resolutions, 5th Extra Session March 20, 1929 (2).

h) Report to House by Committee of the Whole House for the Resolution, April 24, 1929 (2).

i) Outline for the Louisiana Politics Huey P. Long, Jr.

j) A announcement for the LSU Young Democrats Present the CBS News Production: Huey

Long, Narrated by Mike Wallace.

k) "The Liars Will Not Mention This" from Huey P. Long.

l) "Don't Be Disfranchised!" from Huey P. Long.

Folder 15 -Behrman, Martin

Poem entitled "I Know Moonlight."

Folder 16 -McKeithen, John

a) Letter from John McKeithen to C. Howard Nichols concerning Lake Pontchartrain Causeway's high accident rates, July 18, 1967.

b) Louisiana’s First Family, Louisiana SPOTLIGHT on Industry, June 1964, Vol. 4, no. 4.

 

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BOX 21 Continued

Folder 17 -Morris, Irene

a) Card from Irene Morris concerning appreciation for note, dated March 4, 1980.

b) "Doyle Brown Sworn in as Postmaster," Kentwood News, December 20, 1979; letter included.

c) Interlibrary loan analysis.

Folder 18 -Morrison, Chep

a) Campaign advertisement for Governor

b) Letter from Claude B. Duval to Miss Corinne Morrison concerning Morrison Scholarship Funds, dated April 1, 1966.

Folder 19 -Nicholls, Francis T.

a) Letter to Dr. L. C. Egan, 1878 (xerox copy).

b) Map of parishes for the Gubernatorial Election, Francis Nicholls, 1888; Murphy Foster, 1892; John McEnery, 1884; Louis Wiltz, 1879; and Francis Nicholls, 1876.

c) Birthday card from Francis to Lizzie on her sixth birthday.

d) Letter from Francis T. Nicholls assignment to duty with Ward's Battalion, July 28, 1864.

e) Letter from C. Howard Nichols to George W. Pugh, dated February 1, 1973 concerning permission to edit and publish a manuscript by Josephine Nicholls Pugh.

f) Notes from a meeting with Roman C. Nicholls.

g) Notes on Francis T. Nicholls Biography.

h) Notes on Francis T. Nicholls.

i) "A Living Monument: Francis T. Nicholls" by Dan S. Borne, Louisiana Heritage Magazine, Vol. II, No. IV.

j) Program from Les liaisons Dangereuses by Christopher Hampton, Dec. 6-8, 1995.

k) Handwritten copy of letter from John McCormick to M. E. Williams, New Orleans, May 25, 1867 from the Williams Papers.

Folder 20 -Nixon Presidency

"Is the Pardon Explained By the Ford-Nixon Tapes?" by Frank Fox and Stephen Parker.

Folder 21 -Perez, Leander

a) "Leander Perez vs. Gov. Jones, War breaks out in Plaquemines," Lake Charles American Press, October 1985.

b) "Rooting out corruption, Bold raid ended Plaquemines 'rebellion’," Lake Charles American Press, October 16, 1985.

c) "Perez Victor in Plaquemine Parish War," Lake Charles American Press, October 17, 1985.

d) "Leander Perez: The Swamp's Gift to Dixie."

Folder 22 -Phillips, U. B.

"The Historian's Historian" concerning information about U. B. Phillips.

Folder 23 -Baroness De Pontalba

a) Cityrama, Paris France, information on sightseeing; Bateaux-Mouches Paris; Paris Vision, Daytime Excursions in Paris; Discount card for Galleries Lafayette, Galleries Lafayette, map of Paris- Plan De Paris.

b) "Death Of A Remarkable Lady, Michaela de Almonaster Y Roxas, Baroness de Pontalba."

c) American Embassy, Paris-Travel and Visitors Unit, General information for official visitors.

d) "The American Ambassadors Residence in Paris" (xerox copy).

 

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Folder 24 -Poydras, Julien

a) Julien De Lalande Poydras (April 3, 1746-June 23, 1824) (xerox copy).

b) "Julien Poydras' Will Born of a Broken Heart" (2-page paper).

c) Letter from Essae Martha Culver to J. M. Holloway concerning the Legislative Act # 58.

d) "Poydras Day set for Sunday" (newspaper clipping xeroxed from unidentified newspaper)

e) "Windfall for Louisiana Brides," The Inch, Winter 1971-72, Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.

f) "Poydras closes after 162 years" by Brian Costello; 2 xerox copies of Poydras School.

g) "WBR brides still reap benefits from Poydras will dowry fund" by Calvin Gilbert, State Times, January 25, 1982 (xerox copy).

h) Early Epic Poem by Julien Poydras finally translated in the English, Foundation Flashes, Published by the Baton Rouge Foundation for Historical Louisiana, Inc., Vol. III, No. 5, Nov. 1967.

i) An Affidavit used to inform of Julien Poydras personal belongings.

j) Copy of the Will of the late Julien Poydras (Translation).

k) Poydras High School (xerox copy).

l) The False River Breeze, Published Now and Then by the Senior Class of Poydras High School, September 17, 1931.

m) Front cover from Kristie Morgan "Julien Poydras' Contributions to Pointe Coupee and Its Neighbors."

Folder 25 -Reagan, Ronald

Campaign Stickers "REAGAN" (2 copies).

Folder 26 -Roemer, Buddy

a) "Bad Times on the Bayou" by Wayne King. Article contains information on Buddy Roemer.

b) Empty Business Reply Mail envelope addressed to Buddy Roemer for Governor Committee.

Folder 27 -Schwegmann, Melinda

Grocery bag with "Melinda Schwegmann #17, A Lieutenant Governor for us. For a change."

Folder 28 -Stanley, Henry Morton

"A Critic At Large, The Dark Continent of Henry Stanley," The New Yorker, Dec. 31, 1990.

Folder 29 -Stolley, Rev. Carl H.

Personal Profile-background information concerning work history, compensation, and work experience, November 1, 1977.

Folder 30 -Tregle, Joseph G., Jr.

The Future of Louisiana History

, by Joseph G. Tregle, Jr. (booklet).

Folder 31 -Thames, John Deloach

Interview with Thames-Interrogative question "What did a mill doctor do?"

Folder 32 -Town, A. Hays

a) Lithographic sketches of Europe in 1977.

b) Registration and invitation to an open house of five residences designed by A. Hays Town.

Folder 33 -Treen, David

a) Admission ticket to the Governor's Ball for David C. Treen, March 10, 1980.

b) David C. Treen's Outline of Accomplishments.

Folder 34 -Truman, Harry S.

"Truman was a hell of a President: Give 'Em Harry" by William E. Leuchtenburg, The New Republic, May 21, 1984 (xerox copy).

Folder 35 -Warren, Earl

"Mr. Chief Justice Warren," Newsweek, July 22, 1974.

 

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Folder 36 -Williams

, T. Harry

a) T. Harry Williams, Scholar and Teacher, April 26, 1979 (3 Programs).

b) Address list.

c) Letter to Williams from Nichols concerning the dissertation, July 23, 1974.

d) Letter from Williams concerning Nichols' thesis, July 19, 1974.

e) "He's no Huey Long" by T. Harry Williams, New York Times, April 6, 1972.

f) Institute of Southern History and Culture Fellowship Program, LSU, T. Harry Williams, Director (brochure).

g) T. Harry Williams' response to the question of why he thinks he is a popular teacher, LSU Gumbo, 1971-1972, Pg. 113.

h) Letter from Stephen E. Ambrose, UNO to former Williams students concerning a plaque given in recognition of Williams' work as a teacher, October 24, 1977.

i) Williams Fan Club Newsletter from UNO, Vol. II, No. 2, February 27, 1978.

j) Invitation to cocktails at Williams' house.

k) Invitation to a testimonial dinner for T. Harry Williams by LSU History Department

l) Invitation to the Williams Symposium by LSU History Department.

m) Invitation to a cocktail reception in honor of T. Harry Williams, April 12, 1979.

n) Letter from Nichols to Williams' wife, Stell, after the death of Williams, July 27, 1979.

o) Letter from Ben Wall concerning the health of T. Harry Williams, June 14, 1979.

p) Letter from Stephen Ambrose concerning an informal dinner at Antoine's in honor of Williams, October 12, 1977.

q) Reminder to send check or pledge to the T. Harry Williams Scholarship fund, April 17, 1978.

r) Invitation to cocktails at the house of Williams and his wife, April 27, 1979.

s) Review of T. Harry Williams’s book, Lincoln and His Generals, Saturday Review, February 23, 1952.

t) "Which 20 men and women had the most to do with shaping our lives in the last 50 years?" by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and Marquis Childs.

u) "American Mercury to Print Work by History Professor" The Daily Reveille, Sept. 26, 1952.

v) "T. Harry Williams" Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 17, 1983.

w) Announcement of the establishment of the T. Harry Williams Scholarship, May 11, 1978.

x) Letter from Williams concerning Nichols' writing, September 21, 1978.

y) The Civil War Round Table of Baton Rouge pamphlet, 1965.

z) Letter from The Journal of American History concerning the nomination of board members, December 1, 1970.

aa) Invitation to the Professor Frank Freidel Fleming Lecturer honorary cocktail party, April 14, 1964.

 

Folder 37 – Dave H. Brown "Who's Who in Louisiana Politics." 1916

 

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BOX 22

Folder 1 -Acadiana

Acadiana Profile

, A Magazine about south Louisiana, Vol. 7, No. 6., November/December 1979.

Folder 2 -Audubon

Order Form for Audubon’s Birds of America from National Audubon Society and The Smithsonian Institution.

Folder 3 -Fort Pike

Diagram of the Elements of bastioned fortification and military reservation.

Folder 4 -Franklin, Louisiana

a) A magnet with logo "St. Mary Parish"

b) business card of Jennifer L. Landry, West St. Mary Chamber of Commerce.

c) Brochures: Grevemberg House, Oaklawn Manor, Frances Plantation, Tour of Homes, Off the Beaten Path: The Forest Motel, Grevemberg House Museum, Oakwood on the Teche, Cypress Bayou Casino, Historic District, Walking Tour of Historic Homes, St. Mary Parish, West St. Mary Parish Louisiana.

d) Post card of Arlington Plantation

e) Information on Arlington Plantation, map included.

f) Information from the Louisiana Preservation Alliance about 18th Annual Conference, Grandeur of the Bayou.

g) Information on the St. Mary Parish Tourist Commission, map included.

h) Louisiana Landmarks Society, St. Mary Chapter, 1969, map included.

i) Letter from Carrie Gautreaux to Louisiana Preservation Alliance about visitation.

j) Information about the Louisiana Landmarks of St. Mary Chapter walking tour.

k) Article entitled "Bocage-Teddy Roosevelt slept here" by Saundra Brooks.

l) Article entitled "Bocage-on-the-Teche."

m) "Andrew and Our Antebellum Home in Franklin," Preservation in Print, August 1993.

n) Program from the 18th Annual Conference The Louisiana Preservation Alliance, Grandeur on the Bayou, June 14-16, 1996.

Folder 5 -French Market

a) "The Story of the Old French Market New Orleans" by Catherine Cole (booklet).

b) New Orleans the celebrated French Market. "Sample Image and Quote". (xerox copy)

Folder 6 -Gallier House

A ticket with Gallier House printed on front and floor map of house on back.

Folder 7 -Galvez

Historical background information of Galveztown.

Folder 8 -Hodges Gardens

Brochures: Visit Hodges Gardens Louisiana's Famous Garden in the Forest, Hodges Gardens--

Guide map, history & calendar of blooms, Hodges Gardens, Hodges Gardens--world famous "Garden in the Forest."

Folder 9 -Kenner, LA

a) Information about Seven Oaks Plantation and map included.

b) City of Kenner Office of Tourism information on Plantations.

c) Brochures: Rivertown U.S.A. historical and cultural attractions, Kenner Historical Museum, Kenner Rivertown Aquarium, Kenner The Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries Museum, Kenner: Where New Orleans Begins, River Rose.

d) Tourist Guide to Jefferson Parish.

 

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Folder 10 -LaPlace, LA

a) Louisiana Almanac: Parish and Cities of Louisiana.

b) The LaPlace Andouille Festival "Putting it together. . ." October 29-31, 1976 (brochure).

c) Plastic bags with "A. Montz Frozen Corn on the cob" logo on front.

Folder 11 -Mansfield

a) "The Mansfield Battle Park" background information (xerox copy).

b) Confederate Victory at Mansfield (2 booklets).

c) "After Mansfield & Pleasant Hill."

d) "1863," Chronology of Battle.

e) Mansfield, Welcome to Louisiana’s Mansfield State Commemorative Area (2 brochures)

f) Mansfield Battle Park Museum (brochure).

g) Civil War Marine, A Diary of the Red River Expedition, 1864, 1975.

h) Territorial map

Folder 12 -New Orleans (Part I)

a) New Orleans 43rd Annual Spring Fiesta, April 20-May 8, 1979 (brochure).

b) Longue Vue House and Gardens, New Orleans (brochure).

c) New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, 39th season 1974-75 (brochure).

d) New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, 39th season 1974-75 (booklet).

e) VA Office Gets Lesson from Irate Attorney (Brief anecdote).

f) An announcement about the Historic New Orleans Collection Seminars, November 16 -The New Orleans Shakespeare Society announces the play "The Tempest" April 22, 1989.

g) New Orleans map 1948 (instant guide to leading business houses and places of interest).

h) New Orleans Map, 1952 (instant guide to leading business houses and places of interest).

i) New Orleans Map and adjacent parts of Jefferson & St. Bernard Parish, March 7, 1951.

j) Way Down Yonder (catalog of Louisiana food and crafts).

k) Old Lakeview, New Orleans Preservation in Print, November 1984.

l) The Historic New Orleans Collection exhibition catalog-The Long Weekend, The Arts and the Vieux Carre Between the World Wars, 1918-1941; Part I, The 1920s: From Armistice to the Crash, January 16-May 1, 1993 (2 copies).

m) News in Brief with (diverse articles about New Orleans).

Folder 13 -New Orleans (Part II)

a) New Orleans Walking and Driving Tour (brochure)

b) New Orleans Map and Guide, 1969.

c) New Orleans and Vicinity showing Highway Approaches to the City (map).

d) City of New Orleans Councilmanic Districts and Wards (map).

e) Weekly Bulletin: Port of New Orleans, Vol. LXXVIII, No. 11, March 22, 1969.

f) New Orleans Magazine, Rhine Discovery, July 20-August 2, 1976.

g) "U. S. Journal: New Orleans on the Possibility of Houstonization," The New Yorker, February 17, 1975.

h) Business Volume and Economic Growth the New Orleans Area, 1968.

i) New Orleans Area Tax Guide, Business & Individual.

k) Chalmette National Historical Park, Louisiana by J. Fred Roush, reprint 1961.

l) "The Past as Prelude: New Orleans 1718-1968" edited by Hodding Carter (book review).

m) "Southern Comfort The Garden District of New Orleans 1800 to 1900," (book review).

n) Crescent City Comments and Suggestions (Elderhostel, Summer 1986)

 

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Folder 14 -New Orleans (Part III)

a) Postcard of Antoine's Restaurant

b) Map and guide of New Orleans, 1975.

c) Mississippi River Cruises, Steamboat Natchez (brochure).

d) New Orleans Spring Fiesta (brochure).

e) New Orleans Self Guided Walking and Driving Tour (brochure).

f) French Market, 1791-1991, New Orleans (brochure).

g) The Historic New Orleans Collection (brochure).

h) Map of New Orleans and Louisiana Gulf Coast.

i) Pelican Publishing Company Catalog, Fall 1979, Spring 1980.

j) The Authentic Guide to New Orleans, "Life in the French Quarter" August 1983.

k) Transit Readers' Digest, Bi-Weekly Journal, Vol. XXVI, No. 17, April 11, 1977.

l) "Big Gamble in the Big Easy" Historic Preservation, July/August 1994.

m) "Louisiana Surveys, The Historic New Orleans Collection, Manuscripts Division UPDATE, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1984.

n) "New Orleans: Conclave City," Guilds, American Gem Society, November/December 1981.

o) Travelaide: A Vacation Guide, Winter/Spring 1979-1980.

p) "The Americanization of New Orleans," The Historic New Orleans Collection, March 30-June 4, 1977-providing information on Municipal Affairs, Entertainment, Architecture, Commerce, Religion, Education, and Items on Exhibition.

Folder 15 -Opelousas

a) Written notes about call numbers for books on Opelousas.

b) Opelousas, La. (brochure)

c) Tourist Guide of Opelousas, La., Published by the Kiwanis Club, 1960.

d) Tourist Guide of Opelousas, La., Published by the Kiwanis Club, 1963.

e) Tourist Guide of Opelousas, La. and surrounding areas, Published by the Kiwanis Club, 1972.

Folder 16 -Plaquemines, LA

"Plaquemines: When the Bayou meets the River," Spring 1973.

Folder 17 -Plaquemines Parish

a) Plaquemines Parish, The Empire Parish by J. Ben Meyer, Sr., Parish Historian, Author, 1965.

b) Plaquemines Parish: Fort Jackson (2 copies).

c) Plaquemines Parish: Fort Jackson Walking Tour (brochure).

d) Historical Base Map, Principal Mississippi Delta Ara Defenses, 1700-1900.

e) Deep Delta Country, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana (map).

f) Flat rules, from South Central’s Bell Notes, June 1976.

g) Calendar, 1983 (Plaquemines Parish Photographs).

Folder 18 -Port Hudson

a) Letter from the Committee For Preservation of Port Hudson Battlefield concerning the publication of a rare book, "Port Hudson, Its History, from an Interior Point of View as Sketched from the Diary of an Officer," dated May 23, 1961.

b) Committee for Preservation of Port Hudson Battlefield Newsletter, September 1961.

c) Background information from Committee for the Preservation on Port Hudson & Order

Form for "Port Hudson" & Application for mailing list.

d) Map of Post Hudson along the Mississippi River.

e) Map of Port Hudson, La. and its vicinity.

 

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Folder 18 -Port Hudson Continued

f) Pictures of the war in Louisiana.

g) Letter to James Morrison from Fred Benton, Jr.

h) "Man and Nature At Port Hudson 1863, 1917" by Milledge L. Bonham, Jr.

Folder 19 -Ruddock

a) "The Latest News From Louisiana: Plant of the Ruddock Company Nearly Wiped Out," Daily Picayune, June 5, 1902 (xerox copy)

b) "Tree Trunks, on Which Poisonous Snakes take refuge, and His Story Leads Frank T. Mooney to Send Relief While a Second Boat Starts for Ruddock," Daily Picayune, 1915 (xerox copy).

c) "1915 storm leaves few traces of four area swampland towns," Daily Star, January 14, 1980 (xerox copy).

d) "From a Silent Marshland . . . Came a Bustling Town Reclaimed [Ruddock], Dixie, States Item, August 17, 1975 (xerox copy).

e) Louisiana concerning information about Ruddock (1-page xerox).

f) "No body can rest in peace at old cemetery in Ruddock" by Hal Ledet (xerox copy).

a) Louisiana History concerning the origin of Ruddock and information about William L. Burton (xerox copy of pp. 156-159).

Folder 20 -St. Bernard

A brown bag journey into Historic St. Bernard, Itinerary included., November 12, 1983.

 

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BOX 23

Folder 1 -Louisiana Historical Association

An invitation to join The Louisiana Historical Association, July 1959.

Folder 2 -Louisiana Historical Association Programs

a) Program for the annual meeting, March 10-12, 1960 (2 copies).

b) Program for the annual meeting, April 12-14, 1962.

c) Program for the annual meeting, April 18-20, 1963 (3 copies); also enclosed is "Huey Long Governor Race Myth is Exploded by Prof," Morning Advocate, April 20, 1963.

d) Program for the annual meeting, April 2-4, 1964 (2 copies).

e) Program for the annual meeting, March 16-18, 1967.

f) Program for the annual meeting, March 12-14, 1970 (2 copies).

f) Program for the annual meeting, March 16-18, 1972.

g) Program for the annual meeting, March 14-16, 1974 (2 copies).

h) Program for the annual meeting, March 13-15, 1975 (2 copies).

i) Program for the 18th annual meeting, March 25-27, 1976.

j) Joint Meeting La. Historical Association and Mississippi Historical Society, March 4-5, 1977.

k) Program for the 23rd annual meeting, March 26-28, 1981; Also 2 xerox copies.

l) Program for the 24th annual meeting, March 4-6, 1982 (2 copies)

m) Program for the 34th annual meeting, March 12-14, 1992.

n) List of Programs of the Louisiana Historical Association, 1959-1969.

Folder 3 -Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter

a) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 3, January 1, 1959 (2 copies).

b) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 4, February 1, 1959 (2 copies).

c) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 5, March 1, 1959

d) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 6, April 1, 1959

e) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 7, May 1, 1959

f) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 8, June 1, 1959

Folder 4 -Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter

a) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 9, July 1, 1959

b) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 10, August 1, 1959

c) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 11, September 1, 1959.

d) Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 12

e) Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 1, November 1, 1959.

f) Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 2, December 1, 1959.

g) Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 3, January 1, 1960.

h) Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 4 and 5, February-March, 1960.

Folder 5 -Louisiana Historical Association Bulletins and Minutes

a) Minutes from the Board of Directors, Baton Rouge, March 16, 1967.

b) Minutes from the Board of Directors, Baton Rouge, March 18, 1967.

c) Minutes from the Board of Directors, New Orleans, March 14, 1970.

d) Publications Committee Meeting Minutes, Biloxi, Mississippi, March 3, 1977.

e) Minutes of the Publications Committee, Meeting, Ruston, Louisiana, October 8, 1977.

Folder 6 -Louisiana Historical Association List of Members

a) List of Members, Louisiana Historical Association, 1960.

b) List of Members, Louisiana Historical Association, 1962.

 

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Folder 7 -Louisiana Historical Association Budget Analysis & Reports

a) Report on Legislative Session of 1960 and Present Status of Louisiana History.

b) Net Assets as of September 30, 1962.

c) Expense account form, June 30, 1965.

d) Financial Report from the 1966 Annual Meeting.

e) General Fund, Status of Outstanding Appropriations, Suggested Budget, August 31, 1967.

f) Annual Report Publications Committee, February 23, 1977.

g) Annual Report, 1978.

h) Securities and Cash on Hand, December 31, 1978.

i) Evaluations and Recommendations of the Critic Readers Regarding the Proposed LHA Book of Readings in Louisiana History, February 7, 1977.

j) List for Book of Readings, The French Colonial Era, Loyola University.

Folder 8 -Louisiana Historical Association, Invitations; Brochures

a) Invitation to the Historical Marker on the Airline Highway, November 19, 1960.

b) Invitation to Fall Meeting, Ed Cunningham, The Grand Army of the Republic in New Orleans, 1866-1896, October 18, 1975.

c) Invitation to dedication of Historical Marker, April 3, 1982.

d) Hammond Holiday Inn (brochure).

e) The Heritage Tour, April 24th and 25th, 1976 (brochure).

Folder 9 -Louisiana Historical Association Membership Committee

a) Membership applications.

b) News and comments forms.

c) Proof of enrollment forms.

d) Reservation forms for an annual meeting.

e) Membership report.

f) Announcement and program for an annual meeting from 1965.

g) List of board members.

h) Copy of the proposed amendment to the charter.

i) Results from a vote on the location of the annual meeting for 1966.

j) Letter showing receipt of student membership.

k) Memo from Nichols to Dept. of Social Science inviting new members.

l) Invitation to the dedication of an historical marker.

m) Welcome sign from the Baton Rouge Chamber of

n) Programs from the annual meeting of 1963.

o) A letter concerning the financial problem facing the opening of The Shadows-on-the-Teche

p) Estimation of funds needed to restore and maintain historic property in New Iberia.

Folder 10 -Louisiana Historical Association Correspondence and Notes

a) Memorandum from Otis Hebert to Committee Member concerning minutes of the meeting of the Board of Directors, dated March 25, 1970.

b) Letter from C. Howard Nichols to Dr. Simpson concerning request for early summer suggestions relative to the future of the Louisiana Historical Association, dated September 25, 1970; Also same letter to Dr. Simpson, n. d.

c) Call for papers from C. Howard Nichols for meeting to be held in Franklin, Louisiana, dated May 26, 1972.

 

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Folder 10 -Louisiana Historical Association Correspondence and Notes Continued

d) Letter from Bennett H. Wall to C. Howard Nichols relating to serving on the L. H. A. Nominations committee, dated April 19, 1974.

e) Letter from C. Howard Nichols to Bill concerning his attendance at the Nominating Committee, September 1974; Letter from William Y. Thompson to C. Howard Nichols about nominated committee, dated September 17, 1974.

f) Letter from Glenn R. Conrad to C. Howard Nichols concerning annual conference of the Louisiana Historical Association held in Lafayette, dated October 8, 1975.

g) Letter from Glenn R. Conrad to C. Howard Nichols concerning the invitation to join the associate editors, dated October 13, 1975.

h) Note from Glenn Conrad to Howard Nichols concerning appreciation for the kind words concerning Otis, dated October 21, 1976.

i) Letter from Glenn R. Conrad to Publications Committee concerning best article in Vol. XVII of Louisiana History for the Robert L. Brown Prize, dated February 7, 1977.

j) Correspondence from Glenn R. Conrad to Members Publications Committee concerning Louisiana History book of readings, dated September 8, 1977.

k) Letter from Glenn R. Conrad to Publications Committee Louisiana Historical concerning Robert L. Brown prize for best article in Vol. XVIII, dated January 4, 1978.

l) Letter from Bennet H. Wall to Allen E. Begnaud concerning William Y. Thompson appointing Wall to serve as Chairman of the 1980-81 Nominating Committee, dated September 9, 1980.

m) Letter to colleagues about program for March 26-28, 1981, dated December 12, 1980.

n) Letter to Howard Nichols from Donald M. Rawson about meeting, dated March 9, 1981.

o) Letter from Debbie Saik Pope to Louisiana Historical Association concerning invitation to a society on March 1983, dated March 1, 1982.

p) Correspondence from Chris N. Miaoulis to Louisiana Historical Association concerning invitation to hold meeting in Hammond, dated March 1, 1982.

q) Letter from J. Larry Crain to Board Members concerning annual meeting in Hammond, dated March 4, 1982.

r) Notes prepared for an introduction for A. Otis Hebert, Jr.

s) Notes on scratch paper concerning genealogical register publications.

t) Notes on Paper mailed to Professor Nichols from Phillip Cook, n. d.

Folder 11 -Louisiana Historical Association Correspondence

a) Certification letter to the Association notifying enrollment of students for membership fees.

b) Memo to Officers and Members of Executive Committee from Edwin A. Davis, June 4, 1962.

c) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, June 8, 1962.

d) Memo to the Officers and Members, June 9, 1962.

e) Letter to Garnie W. McGinty from Edwin A. Davis about sabbatical leave, June 11, 1962.

f) Letter to Mrs. Martina Buck, June 12, 1962.

g) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, June 19, 1962.

h) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, June 22, 1962.

i) Letter from Camp Beauregard 130 to G. W. McGinty, August 29, 1962.

j) Letter to Martina Buck from G. W. McGinty, January 16, 1963.

k) Letter to Martina Buck from G. W. McGinty, March 13, 1963.

l) Letter to Martina Buck from Philip D. Uzee, march 29, 1963.

m) Letter to the officers and members of the board of directors, September 15, 1962.

 

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Folder 11 -Louisiana Historical Association Correspondence Continued

n) Announcement to Mrs. Buck regarding the Board of Directors meeting, October 8, 1962.

o) Letter to Mr. McGee from the superintendent of St. Tammany Parish Schools, Oct. 18, 1962.

p) Letter to Mrs. Martina E. Buck, October 27, 1962.

q) Letter to Professor Martina Buck, October 6, 1962.

r) Letter to Mrs. Martina E. Buck, November 8, 1962.

s) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, November 23, 1963.

t) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, March 14, 1964.

u) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, April 18, 1964.

v) Letter to the board of directors, September 19, 1964.

w) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, November 28, 1964.

x) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, March 9, 1965.

y) Letter to Mrs. Carroll Buck, February 2, 1966.

z) Letter to Mr. Nichols, November 29, 1966.

Folder 12 -Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Correspondence

a) Articles of Incorporation of Southeast Louisiana Historical Association (original and xerox copies).

b) Mailing list 1979-80.

c) Letter to the friends from Howard C. Nichols, dated March 21, 1980.

d) Letter from Clark Forrest to C. Howard Nichols, dated July 1, 1980.

e) Letter to the members from Vic Couvillion.

f) Program for the Southeast Louisiana Historical Association's Spring Banquet, April 18, 1980 (2 copies).

g) Program for an annual dinner discussing Louisiana's Florida Parishes, n. d.

h) Newsletter: Vol. VIII, No. 1, October 1981; Vol. VIII, No. 2, April 1982; Vol. VIII, No. 3, October 1982; Vol. X, No. 1, 1983

Folder 13 -Southern Historical Association

a) The Southern Historical Association 30th annual meeting, Little Rock, AR, Nov. 12-14, 1964.

b) The Southern Historical Association 32nd annual meeting, Memphis, TN, Nov. 9-12, 1966.

c) The Southern Historical Association 48th annual meeting, Memphis TN, November 3-6, 1982.

d) Application for membership to the Journal of Southern History.

e) Letter to the faculty of the Social Science Department. Subject concerning Southern Historical

Association Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting, November 12-14 (2 copies).

Folder 14 American Historical Association

a) AHA concerning leadership, annual meeting, publications, other activities, sources of support, etc. (Pamphlet).

b) AHA pamphlet for teachers and students of history, winter 1972-72.

c) Invitation to a party at the annual meeting of the AHA by the LSU history department.

d) Order form for the AHA.

e) Reservation application for flight to Europe.

f) AHA Newsletter, Volume 12, Number 4, April 1974.

g) AHA Newsletter, Volume 18, Number 7, October 1980.

 

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BOX 24

Folder 1 -Friends of the Anglo-American Art Museum Occasional Newsletters

a) Number 5, January 1971.

b) Number 6, n. d.

c) Number 7, Christmastide 1972.

d) Number 8, April 1973.

e) Number 9, October 16, 1973.

f) Number 10, Christmastide 1973.

g) Number 11, March 15, 1974.

h) Number 12, September 20, 1974.

i) Number 13, December 10, 1974.

j) Number 14, March 26, 1975.

k) Number 15, October 10, 1975.

l) Number 16, December 15, 1975.

m) Number 17, April 19, 1976.

n) Number 18, August 23, 1976.

o) Number 19, November 10, 1976.

p) Number 20, May 1977.

q) Number 21, November 1977.

r) Number 22, February 20, 1978.

s) Number 23, April 28, 1978.

t) Number 24, July 10, 1978.

u) Number 25, September 11, 1978.

v) Number 24 [26?], December 1978.

w) Number 27, September 1, 1979.

x) Number 28 and the annual report for the fiscal year 1979-1980.

Folder 2 -Friends of the Anglo-American Art Museum Membership Lists

a) List from July 1972.

b) List from November 30, 1972.

c) List from July 1973.

d) List from July 1974.

e) List from July 1975.

f) List from June 1976.

g) Lists from April and October 1977.

h) List of Board Members 1973-74.

i) List of Board Members from 1977-78.

j) List of Board Members from 1979-80.

Folder 3 -Friends of the Anglo-American Art Museum Financial Reports and Statements

a) Annual Report, July 1970-July 1971 (2 copies).

b) Annual Report, July 1971-July 1, 1972.

c) Annual Report, July 1972-July 1, 1973

d) Annual Report, July 1, 1973-July 1, 1974.

e) Annual Report, July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975.

f) Annual Report, July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976.

g) Annual Report, June 30, 1978.

h) Annual Report, June 30, 1979.

 

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Folder 4 -Anglo-American Art Museum Invitations

a) Invitation to First B. R. Antiques Forum, Feb. 23, 1973, cover letter dated January 3, 1973.

b) Invitation to Guest lecture by Ronald Miller, January 21, 1975.

c) The Third annual Baton Rouge Antiques Forum, February 21, 1975.

d) Invitation to Seventh Annual B. R. Antique Dealers’ Association, October 2, 1975.

e) Invitation to the opening of The Works of Janice R. Sachse, November 2, 1975.

f) Invitation to Curator’s Walking Tour of the Exhibition B. R., LSU and Environs, May 2, 1976.

g) Invitation to the Fifth Annual Baton Rouge Antiques Forum, February 4, 1977.

h) Invitation to the Irish, English, and Continental Silver from the Gross Collection Exhibition, September 25, 1977.

i) Invitation to a Soiree on the Boulevard, September 22, 1978.

j) Invitation to the opening of an exhibit, Nature Painters, November 11, 1979.

k) Invitation to Opening of Audubon Prints, April 20, 1980

l) Invitation to the Opening of Cresent City Silver exhibit, September 21, 1980.

m) Invitation to the opening of Janice R. Sachse New Works, November 30, 1980.

n) Invitation to the Chitamacha Indian Baskets: Old and New exhibit, January 11, 1981.

o) Invitation to opening of exhibit, State and Celebrity China from Bernardaud, January 10, 1982.

p) Invitation to opening of Mimi Bolton, A Retrospective, March 14, 1982.

q) Invitation to an Old Fashion Christmas Party, November 20, 1983.

r) Invitation to Soiree, Dans le Jardin, October 11, 1985.

Folder 5 -Anglo-American Art Museum Miscellaneous

a) Curator's hints on caring for antique furniture, Metalware, Paintings, Prints and Drawings.

b) A Special Note Regarding The Present Collection.

c) Artist’s Statement by Janice Sachse, 1981.

d) U. S. & Canadian Students Attending Attingham Summer School, 1972.

e) Samuel Kirk and Son: American Silver Craftsmen Since 1815, A traveling exhibit.

f) The Curator’s Bicentennial Notebook.

g) Tickets to Antique Dealers’ Association Show & Sale, October 1-3.

h) Guide to the Louisiana State University Anglo-American Art Museum, The American Wing.

i) "Effort Underway to Secure [Marie Adrien] Persac Painting for Museum [Water Color of Hope Plantation]," Sunday Advocate, April 13, 1975.

j) "Champagne Reception is Benefit for Museum At W. Leroy Home," Morning Advocate, October 14, 1972.

k) "Jefferson Davis Had Bourbon Street Pad," Times-Picayune, May 31, 1972.

Folder 6 -Louisiana Historical Society Invitations

a) Invitation to meeting to be held November 19, 1969.

b) Meeting, Mr. Austin S. Landry, A Canal-A Bank-and a City, November 19, 1975.

c) Invitation to a special meeting on March 26, 1978.

d) Invitation to the Annual Banquet on January 8, 1979.

e) Invitation to see The Honorable Jose Montero De Pedro, Marques De Casa Mena speak about "The Man From Macharavialla," March 29, 1979.

f) Invitation, Winston Deville "Louisiana Archives: A Revaluation," April 25, 1979.

g) Invitation to John Wilds, A Century of Medicine in New Orleans, May 31, 1979.

h) Invitation, Meeting, September 28, 1980.

 

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Folder 6 -Louisiana Historical Society Invitations Continued

i) Invitation to a reception honoring Consul General of France in New Orleans and Mrs. Yves Bernard and an address entitled The History and Future of Lafitte National Park, October 26, 1980.

j) Invitation, guided tour of Metairie Cemetery Heritage Trail and a lecture by Henry Gandolfo, November 22, 1980.

k) Invitation to a lecture The Garden District of New Orleans, The Louisiana Historical Society, September 24, 1981.

l) Invitation to an address by Sir Jack D. L. Holmes, Ph. D, November 22, 1981.

m) Invitation to the Annual Banquet to observe The Battle of New Orleans, January 8, 1981.

n) Invitation to the presentation of Dr. Robert R. Rea, March 13, 1981.

o) Letter from Richard C. Bell concerning the Spring Programs, March 8, 1982.

p) Invitation to First Fall Meeting, November 11, 1982.

q) Invitation to the Annual Ceremony, December 19, 1982.

r) Invitation to the Annual Ceremony, December 16, 1984.

Folder 7 -Louisiana Historical Society Correspondence

a) Letter to Mr. C. Howard Nichols from R. A. Suarez, McNeese, dated March 9, 1966.

b) Letter to members about Schenley Industries Antique Clock Collection, dated May 7, 1979.

c) Announcement for the new price of back numbers of the quarterly.

Folder 8 -Louisiana Historical Society

Programs

a) Program for the Meeting of the Board of Directors, March 16, 1967.

b) Program for the Meeting on Wednesday, May 17, 1972.

c) Program for the Ceremonial Meeting, December 17, 1972.

d) Program for the Ceremonial Meeting, December 16, 1973.

e) Program for the Annual Banquet held at Antoine's, January 8, 1977.

f) Program for the Annual Banquet held at Antoine's, January 7, 1978.

Folder 9 -Louisiana Historical Society Report

Progress Report from September 6, 1967.

Folder 10 -Louisiana Historical Society Newsletters

a) March 22, 1965

b) April 19, 1965

c) May 10, 1965

d) June 14, 1965.

e) October 14, 1965.

f) November 23, 1965.

g) December 13, 1965.

h) March 24, 1966.

i) April 19, 1966.

j) May 10, 1966.

k) June 3, 1966.

l) September 26, 1966 (2 copies).

m) November 21, 1966.

n) December 13, 1966.

o) March 21, 1967.

p) September 19, 1967.

q) October 17, 1967 (2 copies).

 

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Folder 10 -Louisiana Historical Society Newsletters Continued

r) November 15, 1967.

s) December 12, 1967.

t) December 6, 1968.

u) March 19, 1969.

v) April 17, 1969.

w) May 19, 1969.

x) June 18, 1969.

y) September 11, 1969.

z) October 14, 1969.

aa) December 2, 1969.

bb) March 6, 1970.

cc) 1984

dd) Journey to Acadiana, October 1985 Trip.

Folder 11 -Louisiana Historical Society Bulletins

a) Inventory of Mr. Nichols's bulletins and a count of the ones he is missing.

b) Vol. 1, No. 1, April 1970.

c) Vol. 1, No. 2, May 1970.

d) Vol. 1, No. 3, June 1970.

e) Vol. 1, No. 4, September 1970.

f) Vol. 1, No. 5, October 1970.

g) Vol. 1, No. 6, November 1970.

h) Vol. 1, No. 7, December 1970.

i) Vol. 2, No. 1, March 1971.

j) Vol. 2, No. 2, April 1971.

k) Vol. 2, No. 4, May 1971.

l) Vol. II, No. 5, October 1971.

m) Vol. II, No. 7, December 1971.

n) Vol. III, No. 1, March 1972.

o) Vol. III, No. 2, April 1972.

p) Vol. III, No. 3, May 1972.

q) Vol. III, No. 4, September 1972.

r) Vol. III, No. 5, October 1972.

s) Vol. III, No. 6, November 1972.

t) Vol. III, No. 7, December 1972.

u) Vol. IV, No. 1, March 1973.

v) Vol. IV, No. 2, April 1973.

w) Vol. IV, No. 3, May 1973.

x) Vol. IV, No. 5, October 1973.

y) Vol. IV, No. 6, November 1973.

z) Vol. IV, No. 7, December 1973.

aa) Vol. V, No. 1, March 1974.

bb) Vol. V, No. 2, April 1974.

cc) Vol. V, No. 3, May 1974.

dd) Vol. V, No. 4, September 1974.

 

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Folder 11 -Louisiana Historical Society Bulletins Continued

ee) Vol. V, No. 5, October 1974.

ff) Vol. V, No. 6, November 1974.

gg) Vol. VI, No. 1, April 1975.

hh) Vol. VI, No. 2, May 1975.

ii) Vol. VI, No. 3, September 1975.

jj) Vol. VI, No. 4, October 1975.

kk) December 1975.

ll) Vol. VII, No. 1, March 1976.

mm) Vol. VII, No. 2, April 1976.

nn) October 1976.

oo) December 1976.

pp) September 1977.

qq) October 1977.

rr) December 1977.

ss) Bulletin about trip to France, n. d.

Folder 12 -Historic New Orleans Collection Miscellaneous Material

a) Booklet: Guide to Research at the Historic New Orleans Collection (4 copies).

b) Historic New Orleans Collection Seminars, Preserving Your Family Heritage, September 15.

c) The Historic New Orleans Collection Seminar The Art of Collecting, November 16 (2 copies).

d) Announcement of the exhibition of The Changing Face of Canal Street, April 1-Sep. 12, 1981.

e) Announcement of Off the Track: Southern Plantation Photographs, May 29, 1982.

f) Announcement of Sugar Bowl 50th Anniversary Exhibit, December 7, 1983-January 27, 1984.

g) I remember New Orleans: The Movies, an exhibition, July 27-December 2, 1983.

h) Announcement of selected rare books about Louisiana Exhibit, Nov. 17, 1982-Mar. 26, 1983.

i) Exhibition, Yo El Key. S.: Spanish Louisiana in Time of Merieult, 1762-1803, Oct. 1, 1992.

j) Program: Music in the Street: A Symposium, n. d.

k) Brochure: Publications for the collector.

l) Brochure: Publications for the collector.

m) Notes taken on scratch paper perhaps quotes.

n) Photoduplication request/rental agreement form/ invoice, July 29, 1992.

o) Photographic price list for all request.

p) Letter from The Historic New Orleans Collection to Nichols about request for photographs.

q) List of pictorial research material in the Curatorial Department.

r) Announcement of the General L. Kemper Williams Prizes in Louisiana History award.

s) The Historic New Orleans Collection Manuscripts Division UPDATE, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1982.

t) The Historic New Orleans Collection Manuscripts Division UPDATE, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1982.

u) The Historic New Orleans Collection Exhibitions (brochure).

v) Merieult House, The Historic New Orleans Collection (booklet).

w) The Historic New Orleans Collection (brochure)

x) Post Card of Watercolor, View of 527-533 Royal Street, by Boyd Cruise, 1939.

 

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Folder 13 -Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletters

a) The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 1, January 1983.

b) The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 2, April 1983.

j) The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 3, July 1983.

c) The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. II, No. 4, Fall 1984 (2 copies).

d) The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. II, No. 1, Winter 1984 (2 copies).

e) The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. III, No. 3, Summer 1985.

f) The Historic New Orleans Collection Newsletter, Vol. VI, No. 3, Summer 1988.

Folder 14 -Foundation for Historical Louisiana

Invitations

a) A flier for describing the Foundation for Historical Louisiana.

b) Invitation to the 10th annual Preservation Workshop, March 3, 1978.

c) Invitation to Preservation Workshop XIV, Old State Capitol, 100 years after, April 2, 1982.

d) Invitation to the Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon, April 21, 1982.

e) Invitation to the Membership and Guest Coffee, September 8, 1982.

f) Invitation to the November Program, November 17, 1982.

g) Invitation to the Members Christmas Coffee, December 15.

h) Invitation to the Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation, May 12, 1983.

i) Invitation to enjoy the Spirit of Christmas, December 14, 1983.

j) Invitation to a slide presentation Poverty Point, January 19, 1983.

k) Invitation to Mr. Don Juneau speaking on "Louisiana’s Tunica Indians: Then and Now," November 8, 1989

l) Invitation to the Southern Premiere of the motion picture "Blaze," December 14, 1989.

m) Invitation to the 8th annual Heritage Tour, March 21st.

n) Invitation to the 9th annual Heritage Tour, April 30th.

o) Invitation to the 10th annual heritage tour, April 1st.

q) Presentation of Mr. Andy Smith, April 11, 1990.

Folder 15 -Foundation for Historical Louisiana Newsletters

a) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XIX, No. 3, February-March 1982.

b) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XIX, No. 4, April-May 1982.

c) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XIX, No. 5, June-July 1982.

d) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XX, No. 1, September-October 1982.

e) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XX, No. 2, November and December 1982.

f) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XX, No. 3, January and February 1983.

g) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XX, No. 5, June 1983.

h) Foundation Flashes, Vol. XXI, No. 2, November-December 1983.

i) Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, Winter 1991.

Folder 16 -Preservation

a) Campbell Center Workshop Series (Conservation of Wooden Buildings) 1984.

b) Campbell Center Workshop Series (Care of Museum Objects) 1984.

c) Campbell Center Workshop Series, 1984.

d) Campbell Center Workshop Series, (Architectural Preservation) 1984.

e) Campbell Center Workshop Series, (Furniture Conservation) 1984.

f) Newspaper from the New OrleansPreservation in Print, Vol. 11, No. 1, February 1984.

 

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Folder 17 -Louisiana Preservation Alliance

a) Louisiana Preservation Alliance newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2, Nov. 1980.

b) Louisiana Preservation Alliance newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 1981.

c) Louisiana Preservation Alliance newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1, Oct. 1981.

d) Louisiana Preservation Alliance membership information, February 1981 (2 copies).

e) Preservation Progress, The Newsdigest of the Louisiana Preservation Alliance, Fall 1994.

f) Program from the 18th Annual Conference The Louisiana Preservation Alliance, Grandeur on the Bayou, June 14-16, 1996.

g) Program from the 19th Annual Conference The Louisiana Preservation Alliance, Treasures of the Past, Relics of the Future, Hammond, LA, June 13-15, 1997.

Folder 18 -Preservation, N. O. Chapter of Louisiana Landmarks Society Newsletters

a) Preservation, Volume 14, No. 3, Fall 1971.

b) Preservation, Volume 16, No. 2, Fall 1973.

c) Preservation, Volume 17, No. 1, Spring 1974.

d) Preservation, Volume 18, No. 2, Fall 1975.

e) Preservation, Volume 19, No. 1, May 1976.

f) Preservation, Volume 19, No. 2, July 1976.

g) Preservation, Volume 19, No. 3, October 1976.

h) Preservation, Volume 20, No. 1, May 1977.

i) Preservation, Volume 20, No. 2, August 1977.

j) Preservation, Volume 20, No. 3, November 1977.

k) Preservation, Volume 20, No. 4, February 1978.

l) Preservation, Volume 21, No. 1, May 1978.

m) Preservation, Volume 21, No. 2, August 1978.

n) Preservation, Volume 21, No. 3, October 1978.

o) Preservation, Volume 22, No. 1, May 1979.

p) Preservation, Volume 22, No. 2, August 1979.

q) Preservation, Volume 22, No. 3, November 1979.

q) Preservation, Volume 22, No. 4, February 1980.

s) Preservation, Volume 23, No. 1, May 1980.

t) Preservation, Volume 23, No. 2, August 1980.

u) Preservation, Volume 23, No. 3, November 1980.

v) Preservation, Volume 23, No. 3, February 1981.

w) Preservation, Volume 24, No. 1, May 1981.

x) Preservation, Volume 24, No. 2, August 1981.

y) Preservation, Volume 24, No. 3, November 1981.

z) Preservation, Volume 24, No. 4, March 1982.

aa) Preservation, Volume 25, No. 3, November 1982.

bb) Preservation, Volume 25, No. 4, February 1983.

cc) Preservation, Volume 25, No. 5, May 1983.

dd) Preservation, Volume 26, No. 2, August 1983.

ee) Preservation, Volume 26, No. 3, November 1983.

ff) Preservation, Volume 27, No. 2, August 1984.

gg) Preservation, Volume 27, No. 3, November 1984.

hh) Preservation, Volume 29, No. 2, August 1986.

 

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Folder 18 -Preservation, N. O. Chapter of Louisiana Landmarks Society Newsletters Cont.

ii) Preservation, Volume 29, No. 4, February 1987.

jj) Preservation, Volume 31, No. 3, September 1989.

kk) Preservation, Volume 34, No. 1, March 1992.

ll) Preservation, Volume 37, No. 1, Spring, 1996.

Folder 19 -National Trust for Historic Preservation

a) Announcement of Members Day and a schedule of events for member's day.

b) Preservation Work, December 1972.

c) Letter to the trust member from James Biddle, n. d.

d) An invitation to a weekend or evening of entertainment in the French Quarter, April 6-8, 1973.

e) Bylaws of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States, August 21, 1973.

f) Program for the Preservation Conference, 27th annual meeting, October 10-14, 1973 (poster).

g) Discover Preservation, May 9-15, 1976 (brochure).

h) Letter from James Biddle to National Trust Members concerning registration materials for the National Trust 31st annual meeting, October 13-16, 1977 in Mobile, AL.

i) Program: National Trust for Historic Preservation 31st Annual Meeting and Preservation Conference; Mobile, Alabama, October 13-16, 1977.

j) National Trust for Historical Preservation Deadline, September 9, 1977.

k) National Trust for Historical Preservation, Hotel Reservation, September 15, 1977.

l) National Trust for Historic Preservation, Recommendations for Membership (2 copies).

Folder 20 -Historical Preservation

a) Tax Incentives for Renovating Old Buildings, July 12-13, 1978 (brochure)

b) Congressional Record, 94th congress 1st session, Vol. 121, No. 158.

c) Notes on scratch paper concerning information about Hammond.

d) A description of Peter Hammond and Charles Emory Cate's growing town of Hammond.

e) Newsletter: Preservation, Louisiana-Mississippi Hill Country Plantation Tour, Vol. 19, No. 2.

f) Form from the American Savings & Loan Association.

g) Announcement for "Legal Aspects of Historical Preservation, April 18-19, 1975.

h) Brochures: Louisiana 'regional Preservation Conference, Royal Orleans Hotel, 10/15-16/71.

i) Brochure: American Savings & Loan Association.

j) Brochure: The Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans.

k) Brochure on how to stop the destruction of American landmarks.

l) Brochure: "Let's streetcar to Commander's Palace" walking tour.

m) Savannah Tours and Seminars, March 22, 1972.

n) Brochure: The Hermann-Grima House 1831, Historic Vieux Carré

o) Brochure: Louisiana Regional Preservation Conference (Itinerary).

p) Brochure: American Association For State and Local History, Technical Leaflets.

q) Brochure: Columbus Mississippi, Pilgrimage, April 7-16, 1972.

r) Brochure: The National Historic Landmarks Program.

s) Brochure: The National Historic Register of Historic Places.

t) Brochure: Gallier House (background information).

u) Brochure: National Par Service Archeological Program.

v) Brochure: The Historic American Buildings Survey.

w) "The American Association For State and Local History."

x) Enrollment form (American Association for State and Local History).

 

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Folder 20 -Historical Preservation Continued

y) History News, Vol. 26, No. 9, September 1971.

z) Announcement for the Patios on Parade Art Exhibit, No. 6.

aa) Preservation News, Vol. XVII, No. 6, Mid-May 1977.

bb) Agenda for the sessions at a conference.

cc) A guide to selective material from the Preservation Workshop IV, 3-18-72.

dd) "Preserving Wyoming's Past."

ee) Organization of American Historians Newsletter, Vol. 3, No. 1, July 1975.

ff) A copy from the Kentucky-Louisiana-Maine book with Louisiana Cities.

Folder 21 -North Louisiana Historical Association

Notice of Fall, 1985 Meeting, November 3, 1985

 

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Folder 1 -Citizens National Bank

a) Brochures: National Bancshares, Inc. Semi Annual Report, 1991; National Bancshares, Inc. Semi Annual Report, 1992; Banking Services, November 1, 1983; Statement of Earnings and Statement of Condition, June 30, 1981.

b) Invitations for groundbreaking ceremony for our New Main Office, January 13, 1983.

c) Citizens National Bancshares, Inc. Proxy Statement Annual Meeting of Shareholders to be held March 15, 1984.

d) Postcard giving plans for the new bank.

e) Invitation to Open House for the New Main Office, June 8, 1984.

f) An invitation to a Private Autograph Party for C. Howard Nichols, May 5, 1985.

g) 10 Ways Our Stockholders can help us to Grow and Prosper.

h) Education on Location, A Student Tour of Washington, D. C., May 9, 1978 (pamphlet).

Folder 2 -Citizens National Bank: Correspondence

a) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning new stock certificate, n. d.

b) Letter from Wiley H. Sharp, Jr. concerning annual statement, February 14, 1974.

c) Letter from Wiley H. Sharp, Jr. concerning stock certificate, May 13, 1974.

d) Letter from Wiley H. Sharp, Jr. inviting Nichols to a private open house, November 13, 1974.

e) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning semi-annual dividend, December 30, 1975.

f) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning six months dividend, December 31, 1976.

g) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning annual meeting, February 16, 1977.

h) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning certificate of stock, March 31, 1977.

i) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning check for semi-annual dividend, Dec. 30, 1977.

j) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning check for semi-annual dividend, Nov. 22, 1978.

k) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning a new stock issue, July 16, 1979.

l) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning Certificate of stock, October 16, 1979.

m) Letter from Jerry Correjolles about new rate schedule for First Guaranty Bank, June 18, 1981.

n) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning paid cash dividend, June 30, 1981.

o) Letter from Mayson H. Foster about 1981 Annual Report, February 24, 1982.

p) Notice of Shareholders’ Meeting March 11, 1982.

q) Letter from Phil K. Livingston to cardholder, October 29, 1982.

r) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning cash dividend, November 30, 1982.

s) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning the bank's dividend, June 30, 1983.

t) Letter from Mayson H. Foster to C. Howard Nichols concerning the construction of the New Citizens National Bank, July 6, 1983.

u) Letter from Mayson Foster concerning the move of safe deposit boxes, September 27, 1983.

v) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning paid dividend, December 28, 1983.

w) Letter from C. Howard Nichols to Christina Buehler concerning the attachment of the final efforts on the history of Square Fifty of the Hyer Survey, February 10, 1984.

x) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning a Proxy Statement and announcement of Annual meeting for shareholders, March 5, 1984.

y) Letter from Phil K. Livingston concerning declared stock and cash dividends, November 16, 1989.

 

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Folder 3 -Citizens National Bank (Statement of Condition)

a) Statement of condition from December 31, 1973.

b) Statement of earnings and condition, June 30, 1979 (brochure).

c) Report of Condition, June 30, 1979

d) Offering Circular, June 14, 1979

e) Statement of Condition and Statement of Earnings, June 30, 1982.

f) Statement of Condition and Statement of Earnings, June 30, 1983 (2 copies).

Folder 4 -Citizens National Bank Annual Reports

a) Annual Report to Stockholders, 1972.

b) Annual Report, December 31, 1973.

c) Annual Report, December 31, 1974.

d) Annual Report, December 31, 1975.

e) Annual Report, 1976.

f) Annual Report, 1977 (2 copies).

g) Annual Report, 1979.

h) Annual Report, 1981.

Folder 5 -Citizens National Bank Annual Reports

a) Annual Report, 1982.

b) Annual Report, 1984.

c) Annual Report, 1986.

d) Annual Report, 1988.

Folder 6 -Citizens National Bank Annual Reports

a) Annual Report, 1989.

b) Annual Report, 1991 (2 copies).

c) Annual Report, 1992.

d) Annual Report, 1995.

Folder 7 -Citizens National Bank Calendars

a) 1983 (Tangipahoa Parish Photographs).

b) 1985 (Tangipahoa Parish Photographs).

c) 1986 (Southeastern Louisiana University Photographs).

d) 1988 (Tangipahoa Parish Photographs).

e) 1991 (Tangipahoa Parish Photographs).

f) 1993 (Tangipahoa Parish Photographs).

g) 1995 (Tangipahoa Parish Photographs).

h) 1996 (Tangipahoa Parish Photographs).

Folder 8 -Calendars

a) First Guaranty Bank Calendar, 1982.

b) Familiar Sights around the Parish, Central Progressive Bank Calendar, 1983 (2 copies)

c) Deposit Guaranty National Bank (formerly Citizens National Bank), 1997.

Folder 9 -Banks

a) Review of assets from First Guaranty Bank, November 30, 1983.

b) Comparison of Call Reports of Tangipahoa Parish Banks, March 31, 1983.

c) Comparison of Call Reports of Tangipahoa Parish Banks, June 30, 1983.

Folder 10 -Arkansas Historical Association

The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Volume XVII Number 3, Autumn 1958.

 

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Folder 11 -Hammond Cultural Foundation, Hammond Arts Council, and TEAM Associates

a) TEAM Associates invites you to a presentation of the Design of Alley Square, April 29, 1983.

b) Personal invitation to the presentation of the Design of Alley Square, April 29, 1983.

c) Invitation to celebrate the Hammond Cultural Foundation's First Anniversary, April.

d) Hammond Arts Council invites you to A Spring Evening in Antebellum La., April 17, 1983.

Folder 12 -New Orleans Museum of Art

a) Second Members' Viewing Treasures of Tutankhamun, November 26, 1977.

b) Third Private Viewing for Members and Volunteers Treasures of Tutankhmun, Jan. 8, 1978.

c) New Orleans Museum of Art cordially invites you to preview Africa in Antiquity: The Arts of Ancient Nubia and the Sudan, May 19, 1979.

d) Letter to the members from E. John Bullard, May 22, 1976.

e) "Five From Louisiana," Supplement to The Times-Picayune, January 28-March 27, 1977.

f) Arts Quarterly, July/August/September, Volume 1, Issue 3.

g) Arts Quarterly, October/November/December, Volume 1, Issue 4.

h) Arts Quarterly, January/February/March 1979, Volume 1, Issue 5.

Folder 13 -Louisiana Landmarks Society Invitations

a) Announcement of the tour of the Historic Hermann-Grima House in January.

b) Announcement of the tour of the Gallier House in January.

c) Announcement of The Tour of The Historic New Orleans Collection in January.

d) Announcement of The Tour of The Historic New Orleans Collection Galleries in February.

e) Announcement of a canceled lecture by Miss Helen Lowenthal, March 7; Next program Mrs. Ben C. Toledano, New Orleans Gardens, March 28.

f) Announcement of a Franklin Tour, March 12.

g) Presentation by Barry M. Fox dedicating marker for Bayou St. John, October 17.

h) Presentation of Sir Nikolus Pevsner, April 10, 1972.

i) Meeting, Miss Claire Puneky guest speaker, April 25, 1972.

j) Regular meeting, Sullivan, Cashio and Cocharan speakers, December 5, 1972.

k) Meetings, Mrs. Mary Lou Christovich, January 31 and February 8, 1973

l) Presentation by Dr. Robert Heck, March 21, 1973.

m) Presentation by Sam Wilson and Donald Didier, Pitot House, November 20, 1973.

n) Presentation by Arthur Scully, Jr., January 28, 1974.

o) Presentation by Joseph C. Canizaro, March 12, 1974.

p) Announcement of the walking tour of St. Charles Avenue Homes, March 31, 1974.

q) Presentation of "New Orleans and its Riverfront," April 9, 1974.

r) Presentation by Pat Phillips, September 26, 1974.

s) Presentation of an illustrated lecture by Samuel Wilson, Jr., November 7, 1974.

t) Presentation on l'Hermitage by Dr. and Mrs. Robert Judice, December 12, 1974.

u) Presentation on The Magnolia Mound House by George M. Leake, February 27, 1975.

v) Presentation on "The St. Louis Cathedral", April 7, 1975.

w) Presentation of "City Edges," May 19, 1975.

x) Presentation by Betsy Swanson, September 29, 1975.

y) Presentation on Beauregard-Keyes House, November 3, 1975.

z) Invitation to A Plantation Christmas, December 20, 1975.

aa) Presentation by Mrs. Martha Robinson, January 19, 1976.

bb) Presentation of The Future Louisiana Landmark Society, March 22, 1976.

 

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Folder 13 -Louisiana Landmarks Society Invitations Continued

cc) Announcement of the annual membership meeting, April 24, 1976.

dd) Slide presentation by the Marquis de Chambrun and a musical concert, July 8, 1976.

ee) Presentation by Betsy Swanson about Gulf Coast Forts, September 13, 1976.

ff) Presentation of The Louisiana Landmarks Society: Aims and Accomplishments, 1950-1976, October 4, 1976.

gg) Presentation by Dr. Bernard Lemann, November 8, 1976.

hh) Presentation by Mr. Samuel Wilson, Jr., December 6, 1976.

ii) Tour of The Historic New Orleans Collection, January 11-14, 1977

jj) Presentation by Mrs. Saundra Levy, February 7, 1977.

kk) Meeting, March 1, 1977

ll) Presentation of "The Grand Tour in the 18th Century and its effect on taste," March 7, 1977.

mm) Presentation by Mrs. Ben C. Toledano, March 30, 1977.

nn) Annual Membership Meeting, April 17, 1977.

oo) Presentation by Dr. Jessie Poesch, May 2, 1977.

pp) Presentation by Jack Scheinuk, King Tutankhamun Egypt, September 12, 1977.

qq) Presentation by John Ferguson, November 7, 1977.

rr) Invitation to a Plantation Christmas, December 17, 1977.

ss) Presentation by Mary Louise Tucker, January 9, 1978.

tt) Meeting, January 17, 1978.

uu) Presentation by Diane Manget, March 13, 1978.

vv) Opening and Reception, Keller Homeplace Plantation, April 1, 1978.

ww) Presentation by Helen Lowenthal, April 3, 1978.

xx) Presentation of the 1978 Harnett T. Kane Preservation Award, April 23, 1978.

yy) Presentation by Samuel Wilson, Jr., May 8, 1978.

zz) Presentation by Edward C. Carter II, May 16, 1978.

3a) Presentation by Professor George Reinecke, September 5, 1978.

3b) Presentation by Henri A. Gandolfo, October 2, 1978.

3c) Presentation of Historic Mississippi Delta Architecture, November 13, 1978.

3d) Presentation by J. Randolph Butts, December 4, 1978.

3e) Tour of the Beauregard-Keyes House, Jan 8-13, 1979.

3f) Presentation by Henry Krotzer, Jr., February 5, 1979.

3g) Presentation by Nina N. Simmons, March 5, 1979.

3h) Presentation of Education through historic preservation, May 7, 1979.

3i) Presentation by Dwight Young, September 10, 1979.

3j) Presentation by Samuel Wilson, Jr., October 8, 1979.

3k) Presentation by Bernard Lemann, November 5, 1979.

3l) Presentation by Gregory B. Free, December 3, 1979.

3m) Presentation by Mary Louise Tucker, February 4, 1980.

3n) Presentation by Jean M. Farnsworth, March 3, 1980.

3o) Presentation of the 1980 Harnett T. Kane Preservation Award, April 13, 1980.

3p) Presentation by Ann M. Masson, May 5, 1980.

3q) Presentation by Henry Lambert, September 8, 1980.

3r) Presentation by Mary Cable, October 6, 1980.

3s) Presentation by Frank W. Masson, November 3, 1980.

 

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Folder 13 -Louisiana Landmarks Society Invitations Continued

3t) Presentation by Angela Gregory, December 8, 1980.

3u) Invitation to a Plantation Christmas, December 20, 1980.

3v) Presentation by John C. Ferguson, February 2, 1981.

3w) Presentation by Sally Evans Reeves, March 9, 1981.

3x) Presentation of the 1981 Harnett T. Kane Preservation Award, April 12, 1981.

3y) Presentation by Henry Krotzer, Jr., May 4, 1981.

3z) Presentation of Architecture of St. Bernard Parish, September 14, 1981.

4a) Presentation by Professor Kevin V. Mulcahy, October 5, 1981.

4b) Presentation of a slide lecture by Robert B. DeBlieux, November 2, 1981.

4c) Presentation of a slide lecture on Christmas on the Plantations, December 7, 1981.

4d) Presentation by William de Marigny Hyland on Bernard Marigny, February 1, 1982.

4e) Presentation of Early Louisiana Gardens by Christopher C. Friedrichs, March 1, 1982.

4f) Presentation of the 1982 Harnett T. Kane Preservation Award, April 4, 1982.

4g) Martha G. Robinson Memorial Lecture, May 3, 1982.

4h) Presentation by Angela Gregory and Solis Seiferth, September 13, 1982.

4i) Presentation by Patricia H. Gay, November 1, 1982.

4j) Invitation to a Plantation Christmas, December 4, 1982.

4k) Presentation by Henri A. Gandolfo, December 6, 1982.

4l) Presentation of the 1983 Harnett T. Kane Preservation Award, April 10, 1983.

4m) Invitation to Martha G. Robinson memorial lecture by Samuel Wilson, Jr., May 2, 1983.

4n) Invitation to the opening reception for Architecture in Louisiana, May 29, 1983.

4o) Invitation to a lecture by Lydia Schmalz, September 12, 1983.

4p) Invitation to An Old Fashioned Christmas on the Bayou, December 17, 1983.

4q) Presentation of the 1984 Harnett T. Kane Preservation Award, April 8, 1984.

4r) Invitation to a lecture by Samuel Wilson, Jr., September 10, 1984.

4s) Presentation by Carolyn Bercier, October 1, 1984.

4t) Presentation by E. Ean McNaughton, November 5, 1984.

4u) Presentation by John Ferguson, December 3, 1984.

4v) Presentation by Ronald C. Filson, January 7, 1985.

4w) Louisiana Landmarks Society Month at Gallier House, February 1-28, 1985.

4x) Invitation to an Open House at the Benachi-Torre-Derbes House, June 9, 1985.

4y) Invitation to a River Road Plantation Christmas, December 21, 1985.

4z) Announcement of the Martha G. Robinson Memorial Lecture, May 4, 1987.

5a) Invitation to An Old Fashioned Picnic on the Bayou St. John, July 18, 1987.

5b) Invitation to a Garden Party Gala in celebration of Degas Day, July 16, 1988.

5c. Invitation to its Garden Party Gala in celebration of Degas Day, July 15, 1989.

5d) Invitation to the unveiling of its One Hundredth Marker, May 1, 1990.

5e) Announcement of the Martha G. Robinson Memorial Lecture, May 7, 1990.

5f) Invitation to Dinner Under the Stars, November 9, 1990.

5g) Presentation by Rev. Charles O'Neill, S.J., September 16, 1991.

5h) Presentation by Dr. John Kukla and Dr. Jill-Karen Yakubik, December 2, 1991.

5i) Invitation to A Mississippi Gulf Coast Christmas, December 12, 1992.

5j) Historic preservation in Louisiana needs your help!, n. d.

5k) Historic Landmarks at Franklin, St. Mary Parish, LA (5 copies).

 

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BOX 26

Folder 1 -Louisiana Live Oak Society

"Preserve a Piece of Local History: 'Adopt' an Oak," The Times-Picayune, July 6, 1980.

Folder 2 -LaFourche Heritage Society

a) Newsletter, September 1979, Vol. 3, No. 2.

b) Application for a grant.

Folder 3 -St. Tammany Historical Society

a) Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. II, No. 1

b) Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. II, No. 2.

c) Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. II, No. 3, May 1974.

d) Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. II, No. 4, September 1974, original.

e) Winter 1991.

f) Invitation to presentation by Dr. Robert R. Rea, March 13, 1981.

Folder 4 -The Civil War Round Table

a) Letter and a map with details of the 1985 Fall Tour, December 7.

b) Letter to the Baton Rouge Civil War Round Table with Itinerary for Tour, April 30, 1983.

Folder 5 -Friends of the Cabildo Newsletter

a) Newsletter, Number 20, July 1970.

b) Newsletter, Number 21, October 1970.

c) Newsletter, Number 25, Spring 1972.

d) Newsletter, Number 26, Summer 1972.

e) Newsletter, Number 27, Autumn 1972.

f) Newsletter, Number 28, Spring 1973.

g) Newsletter, Number 29, Spring 1973.

h) Newsletter, Number 30, September 1973.

i) Newsletter, Number 32, January 1974.

j) Newsletter, Number 33, March 1974.

k) Newsletter, Number 34, April 1974.

l) Newsletter, Number 36, August 1974.

m) Newsletter, Number 37, October 1974.

n) Newsletter, Number 38, November 1974.

o) Newsletter, Number 40, January 1975.

p) Newsletter, Number 40, March 1975.

q) Newsletter, Number 41, May 1975.

r) Newsletter, Number 42, September 1975.

s) Newsletter, Number 43, November 1975.

t) Newsletter, Number 45, March 1976.

u) Newsletter, Number 46, July 1976.

v) Newsletter, Number 47, September 1976.

w) Newsletter, Number 48, December 1976.

x) Newsletter, Number 49, February 1977.

y) Newsletter, Number 50, November 1977.

z) Newsletter, Number 51, February 1978.

aa) Newsletter, Number 53, September 1978.

bb) Newsletter, Number 57, May 1979.

cc) Newsletter, Number 59, November 1979.

 

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Folder 6 -Friends of the Cabildo Newsletter

a) Newsletter, Number 60, May 1980.

b) Newsletter, Number 62, November 1980.

c) Newsletter, Number 65, August 1981.

d) Newsletter, Number 66, October 1981.

e) Newsletter, Number 67, June 1982.

f) Newsletter, Number 68, Fall 1982.

g) Newsletter, Number 70, Summer 1983.

h) Newsletter, Number 70, Winter 1983.

i) Newsletter, Volume One, Number One [1983-84].

j) Newsletter, Number 74, Spring 1985.

k) Newsletter, Number 76, Winter 1985.

l) Newsletter, Number 78, Fall 1986.

m) Newsletter, Number 83, Summer 1988.

n) Newsletter, Vol. IX, Winter 1994.

Folder 7 -Friends of the Cabildo Invitations

a) Reading list for "Walking Tour Guides"

b) A Preview of August Norieri Exhibition, "Madame John's Legacy" 1970-1971

c) Pamphlet of the Walking Tour of the French Quarter.

d) Message to the friends.

e) Volunteer programs of the Friends of the Cabildo (2 pamphlets).

f) Application for the volunteer program.

g) Letter to the friends from Mrs. Arthur Q. Davis.

h) Copy of the By-Laws.

i) Invitation to Christmas shop at the Cabildo.

j) Invitation to The Christmas Bazaar, November 12.

k) Invitation to a special showing, June 24.

l) Invitation to the opening of the Traditional Architecture exhibit, June 8.

m) Invitation to the preview of the Chennault Collection of Asian Art, February 10.

n) Special announcement of the presentation of Their Special Limited Edition.

o) Announcement for the Annual Christmas Bazaar, November 13.

p) Announcement for the Annual Christmas Bazaar, November 14.

q) Announcement for the Friends of the Cabildo Mini-Bazaar, November 17.

r) Announcement of the Christmas Crafts Fair, November 17, 18, and 19.

s) Announcement of the November Meeting, November 1.

t) Announcement of a featured speaker, June 5.

u) Announcement of Hospitality Days, April 29, 30 & May 1.

v) Announcement of the Museum Store's First Annual Christmas Sale.

w) Presentation of the October Event Building Watchers Tours.

x) Presentation of Building Watchers Tours, October 21-23.

y) Presentation of Volume Four on New Orleans Architecture, The Creole Faubourgs.

z) Presentation of Women and Fashion in Louisiana by Kristine Halleran, October 10.

aa) Presentation by Mary Louise Tucker, January 9.

bb) Presentation of American Coverlets from The Smithsonian, June and July.

 

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Folder 8 -Friends of the Cabildo Invitations

a) "Revel with a Cause," June 3, 1989

b) Invitation to the Louisiana State Museum, December 20.

c) Invitation to the Postwar of Propertity, Louisiana 1946-1950, July 21, 1988.

d) Invitation to "On Louisiana Waters," April 30, 1989.

e) Post card from the Friends of the Cabildo.

f) Invitation to the Louisiana State Museum presenting, "The 1850 house in Holiday Dress and A Special Holiday Doll Display," December 11, 1983.

g) Invitation to exhibition of memorabilia and videotape presentations, "The Historic New Orleans Collection," December 2, 1983.

h) Invitation to opening reception of "Les Arts Et Couleurs D' acadie," August 7, 1983.

Folder 9 -Friends of the Cabildo Invitations

a) Presentation of the First Fall Meeting, September 11, 1972.

b) Presentation of the Second Fall Meeting, October 16, 1972.

c) Invitation to a preview of Les Americains A Paris, 1600-1900, November 12, 1972.

d) Presentation of an illustrated lecture by Vaughn L. Glasgow, December 28, 1972.

e) Presentation of an illustrated lecture by George E. Jordan, February 15, 1973.

f) Presentation of the illustrated lecture by George E. Jordan, March 14, 1973.

g) Presentation of a lecture by Sidney L. Villere, April 17, 1973.

h) Announcement for an illustrated lecture, June 12, 1973.

i) Presentation of The Leo Haspel Doll Collection, December 8, 1973.

j) An announcement of the American Porcelain Tradition exhibit, December 16, 1973.

k) An announcement for an illustrated lecture, January 21, 1974.

l) Presentation of an illustrated lecture by James C. Thomas, February 18, 1974 (2 copies).

m) Presentation of a lecture on Construction and Makers of Louisiana Decoys, March 3, 1974.

n) Presentation of Patricia, Countess Jellicoe, March 31, 1974.

o) Presentation of Volume III--Cemeteries, April 28, 1974.

p) Invitation to a reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rigg MacDonald, September 8, 1974.

q) Announcement of Michael Fish at the September Meeting, September 15, 1974.

r) Rescheduling of the reception for Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rigg Macdonald, September 22, 1974.

s) Invitation to the Mid-Year Training Program, January 20, 27, February 3, 1975.

t) New Orleans Architecture, Volume IV, The Creole Faubourgs, January 13, 1975 (2 copies).

u) Presentation of Neglected Art in American Cemeteries, February 17, 1975.

v) Presentation of a "Saint Louis Sunday, Volume III N. O. Cemeteries, February 23, 1975.

w) Presentation of American Quilts by Mrs. Lenice Ingram Bacon, April 21, 1975.

x) Announcement of The Victorian Society in America by Dr. William Murtagh, May 1, 1975.

y) Old Print Collecting-How It Started and What Came of It, June 2, 1975 (2 copies).

z) Annual Meeting, Robert R. Macdonald, June 5, 1975.

2a) A slide presentation New Orleans: A City for People, June 23, 1975.

2b) Invitation to the Decorative Arts of Colonial America, February and March 1978.

2c) Invitation to the Louisiana's Black Heritage and Amistad III, June 11, 1978 (2 copies).

2d) Notice of Dues, 1979.

2e) Invitation to the Masquerade in England in the Eighteenth Century, February 6, 1980.

2f) Invitation to the second annual Louisiana Gala, April 12, 1980.

2g) Invitation to China Workshop, April 18-19, 1980.

 

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Folder 9 -Friends of the Cabildo Invitations Continued

2h) Announcement of Leonard V. Huber's speech, Creole Collage, May 28, 1980.

2i) Announcement for Museum Days, November 1 & 2, 1980.

2j) Announcement for N. O. Architecture Book at Museum Days, November 1 and 2, 1980.

2k) Presentation of Museum Days, November 1 & 2, 1980.

2l) Presentation of The Old United States Branch Mint-..., January 21, 1981.

2m) Presentation of a lecture on The Pontalba Buildings by Henry Krotzer, Jr., Feb. 18, 1981.

2n) Presentation of an exhibition of Spanish tapestries, April 12, 1981.

2o) Announcement of The Chase and The Capture..., April 15, 1981.

2p) Annual Membership Meeting, May 23, 1982.

2q) Presentation of a lecture by Alain Parent, August 17, 1981.

2r) Presentation of a lecture by Vaughn L. Glasgow, September 21, 1981.

2s) Invitation to a reception for John Henry Belter and the Rococo Revival, October 6, 1981.

2t) Presentation by Placide Adams Trio, March 15, 1982.

2u) Presentation of two exhibitions, April 24-October 31, 1982.

2v) Poster for Louisiana Focus exhibition, April 24-October 31, 1982.

2w) Presentation of Landscape-Cityscape, September 12, 1982.

2x) An announcement of the opening of a new exhibit, October 3, 1982.

2y) Presentation of Two Centuries of Louisiana Jewish History, November 20, 1982.

2z) Invitation to an exhibition on Louisiana Exploration and Settlement, December 5, 1982.

3a) Presentation by Dorothy Schlesinger, February 28, 1983.

3b) Announcement of a guest speaker, May 1, 1983.

3c) Invitation to a reception celebrating the opening of three new exhibits, September 25, 1983.

3d) An invitation to preview the exhibit of The Sun King: Louis XIV And The New World, 1984.

3e) Invitation to the membership viewing of The Sun King, June 25, 1984.

3f) Presentation of the Sun King exhibit, April 29-November 18, 1984.

3g) Invitation to a special viewing of Louisiana Remembers, September 26, 1986.

3h) Invitation to an exhibition Walker Evans and Jane Ninas in N. O., 1935-1936, Jan. 17, 1991.

3i) Invitation to the Dedication of the Louisiana State Archives Auditorium, August 20, 1991.

Folder 10 -Louisiana State Museum

a) The Louisiana State Museum brochure.

b) The Louisiana State Museum Learning and Activity Book, The Sun King: Louis XIV.

c) Presentation of an exhibition of the Fannie Mae Goldman Collection of Fans, May 19, 1974.

d) Presentation the Marcia Marcus Paintings, March 5-March 18.

e) Presentation of a walking tour of the French Quarter.

f) A letter to Mr. Bobin from Vaughn L. Glasgow, March 31, 1977.

g) Invitation to the preview opening of The Louisiana Portrait Gallery, Sept. 25, 1977.

h) A brochure to Georgia Agrirama in Tifton, Georgia.

i) Membership information to Gallier House.

j) Information on The Old U.S. Mint.

k) Announcement of Madame John’s Legacy being open to visitors, May 6, 1995.

 

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Folder 11 -The Historic New Orleans Collection

a) Manuscripts Division UPDATE, Vol. 1 No. 2, 1982.

b) Newsletter, Volume I, Number 1, January 1983.

c) Newsletter, Volume I, Number 3, July 1983.

d) Newsletter, Volume I, Number 4, October 1983.

e) Newsletter, Volume II, Number 1, Winter 1984.

f) Newsletter, Volume II, Number 2, Spring 1984.

g) Newsletter, Volume III, Number 4, Fall 1985.

h) Newsletter, Volume V, Number 1, Winter 1987.

i) Newsletter, Volume V, Number 3, Summer 1987.

j) Newsletter, Volume VI, Number 1, Winter 1988.

k) Newsletter, Volume VI, Number 2, Spring 1988.

l) Newsletter, Volume VI, Number 4, Fall 1988.

m) Quarterly, Vol. X, No. 3, Summer 1992.

Folder 12 -The Historic New Orleans Collection Invitations

a) Presentation of Sugar Bowl's 50th Anniversary, December 7, 1983-January 27, 1984.

b) Presentation of The Rites of Rex, February 1-March 30, 1984.

c) Presentation of The Mistick Krewe: 130 Years of Comus, December 11, 1985-March 21, 1986 (2 copies).

d) Announcement of the exhibition of Personal Visions, January 6-April 8, 1988.

e) An invitation to a reception celebrating the opening of the exhibition, January 17, 1991.

f) A pamphlet announcing the From Bank to Shore Programs, May 24-August 27, 1994.

g) Announcement for The Grand Opening of the Williams Research Center, Jan. 20, 1996.

h) Announcement for Newcomb Pottery and Works on Paper exhibit, July-September 1996.

i) Program for the Music In The Streets: A Symposium, May.

 

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BOX 27

Folder 1 -Louisiana Nature Center

"Beach Combing".

Folder 2 -Louisiana Historic Markers

a) Letter to All Prospective Applicants for Historical Markers from Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, Office of Program Development with procedure for obtaining an historical marker attached.

Folder 3 -State and National Parks

a) National Parks, Historic Sites, National Monuments, 47th Edition, October 1970.

b) Historic Sites-Louisiana and State Parks (handwritten comments).

c) Welcome to Louisiana's State Parks: fees, facilities and regulations (3 booklets).

j) Louisiana State Parks.

k) Welcome to the Outdoor World of Louisiana's State Parks and Monuments.

Folder 4 -Jean Lafitte National Historical Park

a) Letter to planning participant of Jean Lafitte National Historical Park from James L. Isenogle.

b) Planning Participants' Handout, January 1980.

c) Initial Planning Statement.

d) Comment sheet on Jean Lafitte National Historical Park.

e) Jean Lafitte National Historical Park (brochure).

f) Jean Lafitte National Historical Park, French Quarter Unit Walking Tours (brochure).

g) Itinerary for free French Quarter Walking Tours

h) Map of National Historical Park and Preserve of Jean Lafitte

i) Chalmette National Historical Park, Louisiana, by J. Fred Roush, 1958 (2 copies)

Folder 5 -Tourist Information: Buildings and Plantations (Brochures)

a) Romantic Beauregard-Keyes House, New Orleans, LA.

b) Pilot House Museum, Bayou St. John.

c) Longue Vue House and Gardens, A Grand City Estate, New Orleans (4 copies).

d) French Quarter Home, New Orleans.

e) Plantation Lights, Christmas on Poplar Grove, West Baton Rouge Parish.

f) Milbank House, Jackson, LA.

g) Tezcuco Plantation Home, Burnside, LA.

h) Shreveport-Bossier, La., A Great Pair with Southern Flair, Huntington Park Clubhouse.

i) Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana, A Great Pair with Southern Flair, Meadows Museum of Art.

j) Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana, A Great Pair with Southern Flair, The American Rose Center.

k) Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana, A Great Pair with Southern Flair, Barnwell Cultural Center.

l) Shreveport-Bossier, La., A Great Pair with Southern Flair, Louisiana State Exhibit Museum.

m) Shreveport-Bossier, Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park.

n) Caddo-Pine Island Oil And Historical Society Museum.

o) Mount DeLee, Bed and Breakfast, Clinton, LA.

p) Magnolia Lane Plantation, New Orleans, LA.

q) Zemurray Gardens.

r) Shadowcreek Garden Tour, Hammond, LA.

s) The Historic Faubourg St. Mary Corporation, New Orleans, LA.

t) Catalpa Plantation, St. Francisville, LA.

u) Gallier House, New Orleans, LA.

v) Gallier House Museum, New Orleans, LA.

 

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Folder 5 -Tourist Information: Buildings and Plantations (Brochures) Continued

w) Laura, A Creole Plantation, Vacherie, LA.

x) The San Francisco Plantation House, Reserve, LA (2 copies).

y) Historic Houmas House, Burnside, LA.

z) Mound State Monument, Moundville, AL.

aa) Avondale Plantation, Clinton, LA.

bb) The Irwin House, Clinton, LA.

cc) Nottoway Plantation, White Castle, LA.

dd) Musee Conti Historical Wax Museum, New Orleans, LA.

ee) Cottage Plantation, Historic Mississippi River, St. Francisville, LA

ff) Rosedown Plantation and Gardens: Grandeur on the Mississippi, St. Francisville, LA.

gg) Madewood Plantation House on Bayou Lafourche, Napoleoneville, Louisiana

hh) Postcard of San Francisco Plantation House from Mary Thompson.

ii) Plantation Tours by Bus (Itinerary) New Orleans 42nd Annual.

jj) Guide to Area Plantation Homes (2 xerox copies).

kk) Landmark Hotel Metairie:

Folder 6 -Nottoway Plantation

a) Post cards (9)

b) Letter from Steve Saunders (curator) concerning information about Nottoway Plantation.

c) Letter from Arlin K. Dease (owner) concerning information about Nottoway Plantation.

d) Letter from Bobbie Fremin thanking someone for asking for information about Nottoway.

Folder 7 -Oak Alley Plantation

a) Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 1, Summer 1985.

b) Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 1985.

Folder 8 -San Francisco Plantation House

a) "San Francisco Plantation House: an exercise in restoration" by Samuel J. Dornsife (xerox).

b) "The restoration of San Francisco (St. Frusquin), Reserve, Louisiana" by Henry W. Krotzer Jr. (xerox copy).

Folder 9

Tourist Information: Places

a) Jefferson Downs, New Orleans, LA.

b) The French Market, New Orleans, LA.

c) Kliebert's Alligator Farm, Hammond, LA.

d) Aquarium of the Americas, New Orleans, LA.

e) Louisiana State Museum, The Cabildo, New Orleans, LA.

f) LSU Tour Service, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

g) The World's Fair, New Orleans, LA, 1984.

h) Welcome to Clinton Confederate Locust Grove and Jackson Confederate, LA.

i) Welcome to Audubon State Commemorative Area, St. Francisville, LA.

j) Louisiana Bayou Adventure Cruise, LA.

k) Bayou and Swamp Tours Inc., Manchac, LA.

l) Boat Tours of the Atchafalaya Basin, Henderson, LA.

m) Fort St. Jean Baptiste, Natchitoches, LA (2 copies).

n) Walking tours of the French Quarter.

 

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Folder 10 -Tourist Information: Cities and Parishes

a) East Feliciana Pilgrimage, LA.

b) The River: Managing the Might of the Mississippi, US Army Corps of Engineers.

c) The French Roots In Louisiana History Tour.

d) Tangipahoa.

e) Discover Louisiana's best kept secret, The Parish of Pointe Coupee.

f) Welcome to Pointe Coupee Parish.

g) Iberville, Tout de Suite.

h) Shreveport-Bossier guidebook, A Great Pair with Southern Flair!

i) Shreveport-Bossier Visitor's Guide.

j) Iberia Parish, New Iberia, LA.

k) Covington Visitors Guide.

l) Gateway to Acadiana (2 copies).

m) A Look At Beauregard Town.

n) Turtle Cove, Environmental Research Station.

o) Thibodaux, walking tour & area map.

p) New Orleans Spring Fiesta.

q) Berth of a star-New Orleans.

r) City of New Orleans.

s) A Hop, Skip And A Jump From Baton Rouge (2 copies).

t) Your Guide to Antiques & Fine Foods, Tangipahoa Parish.

u) Travel News From Louisiana's Florida Parishes (2 copies).

v) Historic West Feliciana.

w) Going Places With Children in Tangipahoa Parish.

x) Tangipahoa bumper sticker.

y) Welcome to Poverty Point.

z) West Baton Rouge Homes Tour, May 2, 1976.

aa) Lafourche.

bb) Historic Episcopal Churches of Bayou Lafourche.

cc) Thibodaux Walking Tour & Area Map.

Folder 11 -Natchitoches

a) Brochures: Lasyone's: Meat Pie Kitchen & Restaurant; (2) copies of Natchitoches, Louisiana 1714--showplace of history; Natchitoches Louisiana Oldest city in Louisiana Purchase founded 1714 --walking tour; North Louisiana's Colonial Hertiage, Louisiana Cavalier (an outdoor drama).

b) A program of the Natchitoches Folk Festival, July 18-19, 1981.

c) Information on Nicholas Augustin Metoyer (1768-1856): Adventures of a Portrait.

d) Information for Gift Memberships in State Historical Associations.

e) Information about the Trinity Episcopal Church and tour (2 copies).

f) A questionnaire concerning the invitation to an induction Nov. 12, 1981.

g) (2) tickets--1 airplane pass, 1 Walt Disney Ticket.

h) Front cover of Local History and Genealogy, Catalog no. 157, Southern Book Co.

i) Natchitoches 250th anniversary celebration, information on Louisiana's oldest settlement.

j) Typed information on the History of Natchitoches.

k) Information concerning the Communities History (2 copies).

l) Announcement for 8th grade school students.

 

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Folder 11 -Natchitoches Continued

m) Information on the Tante Huppe House and tour.

n) Information of the Auto Tour of Old Homes from 1776.

o) Information on Bayou folk Museum and tour.

p) Information about "Other Places of Interest in Natchitoches."

q) Articles from the Natchitoches Times entitled "Folk Festival to Spotlight American Indians" and "Churches Without Nails" by Gary White Deer.

r) Article entitled "When the Texas Capital was at Los Adais, La." and area map of Los Adais.

s) Brochure with prominent sites in Natchitoches entitled "Cane River Country".

t) Booklet entitled "Coincoin: An Eighteenth-Century Liberated Woman" by Gary B. Mills.

u) A booklet of Natchitoches "Oldest Settlement in the Louisiana Purchase, Founded 1714."

v) Louisiana Life, September/October 1981

w) Louisiana Life, March/April 1985.

x) Two photographs of the Historical Marker for Natchitoches.

Folder 12 -Ponchatoula: William Akers

Background information concerning William Akers.

Folder 13 -White Castle

"White Castle on the Mississippi" by the ninth grade.

Folder 14 -Pointe Coupee: Lagniappe Tour Newsletter

Pointe Coupee Lagniappe Tours Newsletter, March 19, 1986.

Folder 15 -Louisiana Tour Guides

a) Louisiana Bayou Wonderland (2 copies).

b) "Chronology of events in Federal and Confederate forces during the Red River Campaign..., April 11 & 12, 1864," Mansfield Battle Park & Museum.

c) Wildlife Resources of Louisiana, by Grits Gresham.

d) Louisiana 20th Annual Tour Guide.

e) This is Baton Rouge.

f) Welcome to the Outdoor World of Louisiana State Parks and Monuments

g) Louisiana (2 copies).

h) A Traveler's Guide to Louisiana (3 copies).

Folder 16 -Louisiana Tour Guides

a) The Evangeline Land of Louisiana Tour No. 3

b) Cajun Coach Tours, Escorted North American Tours.

c) Tenth Annual Tour Guide: Louisiana.

d) Eleventh Annual Tour Guide: Louisiana A Dream State.

e) Twelfth Annual Tour Guide: Louisiana A Dream State.

f) At the Crossroads: An Inquiry into Rural Post Offices and the Communities They Serve, by Richard J. Margolis, Winter 1980.

g) Louisiana: A Dream State.

h) Louisiana, October-December 1977.

i) Louisiana.

 

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Folder 17 -Louisiana Touring Information

a) Tricentennial Cultural and Historical Delegation A Friends of the Cabildo, Inc. Louisiana State Museum Tour.

b) Caricature place mat "What Do You Know About Louisiana?"

c) John McMillian's "The Louisiana Test" humorous (xerox copy).

d) Louisiana's Bayouland menu from Morgan City, Louisiana.

e) Bayou Folk Museum, Restoration of Kate Chopin Home.

f) New Orleans Restaurants: A Brief Guide for the OAH

g) Notes written on scratch paper concerning information about Louisiana Tourism.

h) Plantation Tour Reservation form, Tour of Hermitage.

i) Calendar Newsletter: Spring is Superb in Louisiana, Vol. 3, No. 2, April, May & June 1971.

j) "Bayou Country," Readers Digest, American from the Road, 1982.

k) "Hammond Area Guide, 1992," by C. Howard Nichols (2 copies).

l) Cajun Coach Tours itinerary for Atlantic Providence and etc.

Folder 18 - LOUISIANA: this month published by LA Tourist Development Commission

a) Louisiana: this month, April 1966.

b) Louisiana: this month, May 1966.

c) Louisiana: this month, July 1966.

d) Louisiana: this month, November 1966, Volume II, Number 2.

e) Louisiana: this month, December 1966, Volume II, Number 3.

Folder 19

Louisiana Traveler Guide

a) Louisiana Traveler, August-October 1962.

b) Louisiana Traveler, November-January 1962-63.

c) Louisiana Traveler, February-April 1963.

d) Louisiana Traveler, Summer 1964.

e) Louisiana Traveler, Spring Issue.

f) Louisiana Traveler, May-June-July.

g) Louisiana Traveler, August-September-October (2 copies).

h) Louisiana Traveler, December-January-February.

Folder 20 -Louisiana Tour Brochures

a) Audubon Pilgrimage, guide to West Feliciana.

b) Guide to the Anglo-American Art Museum.

c) Your Invitation to Hodges Gardens World Famous 'Garden in the Forest'.

d) Horticultural Attractions at Hodges Gardens.

e) Visit Hodges Gardens Louisiana's Famous Garden in the Forest and Family Resort.

f) Brochure of Historical notes on Hodges Gardens and Sabine Parish.

g) Touring Guide.

h) New Orleans 30th Annual Spring Fiesta, 1966.

i) Longue Vue Gardens, New Orleans.

j) Riverboat Bayou Jean Lafitte, Louisiana Bayou Adventure Cruise (2 copies).

k) New Orleans Walking & Driving Tour.

l) The Historic New Orleans Collection.

m) The Rhythm of New Orleans (2 copies).

n) French Quarter Home, Hermann-Grima Historic House.

o) 1965 Free Map and Guide Where to find it in New Orleans.

 

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Folder 20 -Louisiana Tour Brochures Continued

p) New Iberia, Louisiana, Feel the Cajun experience "Konriko."

q) Sightseeing Tours in Baton Rouge.

r) Grant's March Through Louisiana, A Tour.

s) Where in the Would. . . such great fishing? Louisiana, that's where! (2 copies).

t) Membership Directory 1965-1966, Louisiana Hotel-Motel.

u) 3 Close-to-Home Tours for Baton Rouge Families and Visitors.

v) Welcome to the Governors Mansion, a message from Mrs. John J. McKeithen.

w) The Fabulous face of Louisiana.

x) Rosedown Plantation and Gardens, A Portrait of the Past, St. Francisville, Louisiana.

y) Welcome to Poverty Point, Louisiana State Commemorative Area.

z) Southeastern Indian Archeological Tours Collect your Own Artifacts.

aa) See and Savor the historic excitement of Louisiana.

bb) Visit Historic Donaldsonville, Louisiana, The Second Acadian Settlement, 1758.

cc) Louisiana's Only Convention Resort, Many-Leesville, Louisiana.

dd) Right Around Home, A Guide For Planning Your Bicentennial Vacation.

ee) "Know Louisiana" June 7-12, 1976.

ff) Toro Hills, Louisiana's Complete Golf Resort.

gg) See and Savor the bayou wonderful of Louisiana.

hh) Paul Green's Louisiana Cavalier, June 25-Sept. 3, 1977.

ii) The Jefferson House.

jj) (3) Sabena, The Travel Shoppe, The French Roots in Louisiana History Tour.

kk) LSU Union Plantation Tour Itinerary, June 25, 1966.

ll) Greatest Plantation Tour Ever Offered East Bank Plantation Tour, July 9, 1966.

mm) Jazz and Heritage Festival of 1996 (2 copies).

nn) Nationwide directory for LaQuinta Inn.

oo) Magnolia Mound Plantation House, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

pp) Baton Rouge Old State Capitol.

qq) Place d' Armes, Hotel at Jackson Square, New Orleans, Louisiana.

rr) A Guide to Historic East and West Feliciana Parishes.

ss) Louisiana’s East Feliciana Parish.

tt) Welcome to Marksville Louisiana State Commemorative Area.

Folder 21 -Tangipahoa Tourism

a) Paper bag with parish tourist commission information and strawberry prints.

b) Brochure for Tangipahoa Parish.

c) Brochure for Ponchatoula.

d) Brochure for Ponchatoula.

e) Brochure for Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival.

f) Brochure for Kliebert's Turtle and Alligator Tours, Inc.

g) Brochure for Amite.

h) Brochure for Zemurray Gardens.

i) Brochure for the Global Wildlife Center.

j) Brochure for Camp Moore.

k) Brochure for the Independence Italian Festival.

l) Brochure for the Hammond Municipal Airport.

 

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Folder 21 -Tangipahoa Tourism Continued

m) Advertisement for Super 8 Motel in Hammond.

n) Advertisement for the Elliot House in Amite.

o) Advertisement for the Blythewood Plantation in Amite.

p) Advertisement for Nature People bed and breakfast in Ponchatoula.

q) Advertisement for the G. W. Nesom House bed and breakfast in Tickfaw.

r) Brochure for the Kentwood Historical and Cultural Arts Museum.

s) Advertisement for the Grand Estate Mansion in Husser.

t) Brochure for the Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church in Kentwood.

u) Advertisement for Holiday Inn in Hammond.

v) Brochure for Hammond.

w) Tangipahoa Parish visitor's guide.

Folder 22 -Alabama Tour Brochures

a) Bellingrath gardens, near Mobile, Alabama.

b) Bellingrath Gardens and home, Theodore, Alabama (2 copies).

c) Welcome to Gulf Shores Alabama, and Historical Canal Village.

d) Gulf Shores, Alabama (3 copies).

e) Gulf Shores & Orange Beach, Perfect Getaway, Brett/Robinson Vacation Rentals (2 copies).

f) Visitors Guide to Mobile.

g) Map of Mobile.

h) Mobile, Alabama, A City for All Seasons (2 copies).

i) The Gray Line Tours, See Mobile, Alabama.

j) A Mobile train tour.

k) A Short History of Mobile (3 copies).

l) Fort Conde Village, Mobile, Alabama, Shops, Cafes, Galleries, Museums.

m) Historic French Fort Conde, Mobile’s Visitor Welcome Center (3 copies).

n) Fort Conde-Charlotte House, Mobile, Alabama.

o) Museums of the city of Mobile (2 copies).

p) Welcome to The Museum of the City of Mobile (2 copies).

q) The Carlen House, 1842, Mobile, Alabama (2 copies).

r) The Richards-Dar House (2 copies).

s) Oakleigh Period House Museum, Mobile, Alabama (2 copies).

t) Miss Colleen's House, Point Clear, Alabama.

u) Patio Gallery gift shop, Captain Meyers’ House, Mobile, Alabama.

v) Mound State Monument, Moundville, Alabama.

w) Alabama State Park Cabin Rental Information, Montgomery, Alabama.

x) Map of Gulf State Park.

y) Gulf State Park Resort (2 copies).

z) Alabama State Parks Family camping guide.

aa) Alabama State Parks, From the Mountains to the Beaches.

bb) Your Place in the Sun, Alabama’s golden gulf coast.

 

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Folder 23 -Alabama Tour Guides

a) Alabama Has it All, Tour guide including map of places to visit in Alabama.

b) Alabama, A Guide to events and attractions.

c) Map of the city of Mobile.

d) Fort Conde, Visitor Information Center.

Folder 24 -Little Rock, Arkansas Information

a) Quapaw Quarter tour map.

b) Arkansas territorial Capitol Restoration, A Glimpse into Yesteryear, Little Rock, AR (2 copies).

c) Arkansas Territorial Capitol Restoration, by A. W. Ford.

d) Louise Loughborough, Who has recreated an Arkansas era, Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, March 16, 1950.

e) Mount Holly Cemetery, The Westminster Abby of Arkansas, Little Rock, Arkansas.

f) What to see where to eat and stay in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Folder 25 -Pamphlets and Brochures: State of Mississippi

a) Ocean Springs City of Discovery (2 copies).

b) Mississippi Museums: It's like coming home (2 copies).

c) Gateway to America's Riviera: Mississippi Gulf Coast.

d) Mississippi State Parks: Buccaneer, Waveland, Mississippi.

e) Mississippi State Parks: Percy Quin State Park.

f) The Old Capitol: State Historical Museum, Information on Tour, Hall of fame, Capitol Green.

g) The Old Capitol: State Historical Museum, information.

h) The Old Capitol: State Historical Museum.

i) Street map of Jackson, Mississippi.

j) Mississippi Historical Society: Join the Mississippi Historical Society.

k) Mississippi Civil War and Ante-Bellum: Historical sites and points of interest.

l) Natchez on the Mississippi, Natchez Pilgrimage, February 28-April 1959.

m) Natchez on the Mississippi: Natchez Pilgrimage, March 10-April 8, 1973.

n) Stanton Hall Natchez, Mississippi, Official Headquarters for Tourist Information.

o) The Carriage House Restaurant, Stanton Hall, Natchez, Mississippi.

p) Mississippi and the Bicentennial Celebration of the American Revolution.

q) Beauvoir: Historical Last Home of Jefferson Davis, President of the Conf. State of America.

r) Mississippi. . . history, heritage, hospitality: Mississippi First.

s) Mississippi the Arts: Its like coming home.

t) Historical Heart of Mississippi: Guardian of Mississippi's historic past, Jackson, Mississippi.

u) St. Michael Catholic Church, Biloxi, Mississippi.

v) The Historic Magnolia Hotel, Biloxi, Mississippi.

w) Natchez Trace Parkway, Mississippi-Alabama-Tennessee (2 copies).

x) U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Mississippi.

y) Tour Guide, Vicksburg, Mississippi.

z) Historic Vicksburg, Mississippi Welcomes You.

aa) Old Court House Museum, Vicksburg, Mississippi (2 copies).

bb) Mississippi’s Pike County.

cc) Where to Go, What to See and What to Do on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

dd) Columbus Mississippi, Columbus Pilgrimage, April 4-April 13, 1975.

 

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Folder 25 -Pamphlets and Brochures: State of Mississippi Continued

ee) Columbus Mississippi, Columbus Pilgrimage, March 26-April 4, 1976 (3 copies).

ff) Columbus Mississippi, Columbus Pilgrimage, March 25-April 3, 1977.

Folder 26 -Vicksburg, Mississippi

An illustrated guide to the Battlefield of Vicksburg.

Folder 27 -Pensacola, Florida

a) Two Postcards from Fort Barrancas.

b) Information from Fort Barrancas, Gulf Island National Seashore, National Park Service.

c) Photograph of Fort Barrancas, February 1964 (8" x 10").

d) Map of Pensacola.

e) Guide to safe swimming in the Pensacola area.

f) Sunset Lodge.

g) A Guide to Pensacola's attractions.

h) Guide to hotels & motels.

i) Historic Pensacola Village.

j) Colonial Archaeological Trail.

k) A Historical Guide to Pensacola (2 copies).

l) Map of Historic Pensacola.

m) Historic Villager, Historic Pensacola Village, Pensacola, Florida, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1990.

n) Mighty Mudsharks Poster.

o) TravelHost Magazine on Pensacola.

p) Order form for the Gulf Coast Historical Review.

q) Information on Fort Pickens area, Gulf Islands National Seashore.

r) Map for tourist in Florida.

Folder 28 -Baltimore, Maryland

a) Program from the President's Installation at the Johns Hopkins University, February 22, 1968.

b) Baltimore Maryland historical information and sites (brochure).

Folder 29 -Minnesota

a) Official Transportation Map of Minnesota.

b) Guide to informational signs of Itasca State Park.

c) Letter about the Minnesota Social History Project, dated August 28, 1978.

d) Theoretical Perspectives: The Minnesota Social History Project and the New Social History.

e) Mishap, Newsletter of Minnesota Social History Project, Vol. 1, No. 7, February 23, 1979.

Folder 30 -Sainte Genevieve, Missouri

Brochure and map for Sainte Genevieve.

Folder 31 -Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis Visitor's Guide.

Folder 32 -Texas Brochure

Fin and Feather Marina . . . on Toledo Bend Lake.

Folder 33 -European Touring Information

a) European itinerary (Paris, Blerancourt, Blois, Cheverny, Angouleme, Cognac)

b) National Trust for Historic Preservation Presents "The Heritage of Western Europe" A Voyage visiting Historic Cities and Monuments Along Europe's Atlantic Coast, May 1982.

c) Tour Guide to Europe.

d) Tour Guide to Belgium.

 

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BOX 28

Folder 1 -Higher Education

a) Brochure about the Teacher Retirement System of Louisiana, January 1, 1985.

b) Liberal Leave for State Employees, PAR Analysis, March 1983, Number 264.

c) "Endowment Chief Assails State of the Humanities on College Campuses" by Malcolm G.

Scully, CHRONICLE of Higher Education, November 28, 1984, Vol. XXIX No. 14 (xerox copy).

d) "'Self-Reliant Academics' and Colleges: Is a New Relationship Possible?" by Suzanne Perry, CHRONICLE of Higher Education (xerox copy).

e) "College Admissions Test Scores by State, 1984," THE CHRONICLE of Higher Education, January 9, 1985.

Folder 2 -Tangipahoa Parish School System

a) Fascism revisited? No, it’s just election time, Editor’s Journal by Lil Mirando, Daily Star, n. d.

b) Censorship or Critical thinking by Robert Okazaki, Readers Forum, Daily Star, n. d.

c) Politics vs. education, And the winner is. . ., Editorial, Daily Star, September 9, 1994.

d) The `Values war’ being waged in today’s America, Times-Picayune, September 15, 1994.

e) Readers Forum, letters about Schindler’s List, Daily Star, September 16, 1994.

f) Holocaust horror part of education, by Milford Fryer, Sunday Advocate, September 18, 1994.

g) The basics of elections in Louisiana, by Milford Fryer, Sunday Advocate, October 9, 1994.

h) Letter from Rev. Robert U. Perry, Pastor, Holy Ghost Catholic Church about Schindler’s List, dated September 25, 1994.

i) Counterarguments to Creation "Science" from Dr. Barbara Forrest to Dr. Gary Childers.

j) Tackling the evolution issue, by Ron Good, Catherine Cummins, Mark Hafner, LSU Faculty.

k) Students seek "Common Ground," Inside Tulane, April 1, 1994

l) Schindler’s List, A Study Guide, by Plater Robinson, Provided by the Southern Institute for Education and Research at Tulane University.

m) To High School Principals from Bette K. Laird about Schindler’s List, Edited Videos.

n) Memo to Howard Nichols from Harriet Vogt, dated September 20, 1994.

o) Memo to Howard Nichols and Roman Heleniak, dated September 13, 1994.

p) Memo to Board Members from Ted Cason, Superintendent about Schindler’s List, October 12, 1994

Folder 3 -Materials from other colleges

a) Catalog from Shimer College, Mount Carroll, Illinois, 1956-1957.

b) Letter from Bennett H. Wall, Tulane University to C. Howard Nichols, dated May 26, 1977.

c) Tulane's Lupin Theatre presenting the production of Native Tongues (brochure).

Folder 4 -Louisiana State University Magazine and Journal

a) Journal: LSU Outlook, Vol. 26, No. 5, September 1979.

b) Journal: LSU Outlook, Vol. 27, No. 5, September 1980.

c) Louisiana State University Almanac, 1980.

d) LSU Magazine, 1860-1985 A Special Anniversary Issue, Vol. 61, No. 4, September 1985.

Folder 5 -Piney Woods Conference

a) Crosby Lectures, The Piney Woods: A Human Perspective March 29-31, 1984 (2 brochures).

b) Rough Riding Down South by J. F. H. Claiborne.

c) "The Singing Heart," by Pearl Rivers.

d) "A Whistling Poem," by Pearl Rivers.

e) "Seven-shape Gospel Hymnody in Mississippi," Mississippi Piney Woods Symposium, March 30, 1984, by James C. Downey (hymns written with shaped notes).

 

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Folder 6 -Mardi Gras

a) Notes taken from The Mystic Krewe, Chronicles of Comus and His Kin by Perry Young.

b) Mardi Gras (brochure).

c) Ending to a speech about Mardi Gras.

d) "Deep Float speaks on Taylor-Mead Mardi Gras" by Angus Lind (xerox copy).

e) Mardi Gras, New Orleans, 1985 (poster).

f) The Krewe of Pegasus presents Love Boat 1983, January 25, 1983.

g) "Bayou Mardi Gras" Back on the Map.

h) History of the King Cake.

i) Invitation to the Maskers Dances given by the Krewe of Eros, February 13, 1981.

j) Mardi Gras 1996, Times-Picayune Advertising Supplement, February 7, 1996.

k) WWL-TV editorial about Mardi Gras, March 1, 1965.

l) "New Orleans Unmasked" about Mardi Gras by Calvin Trillin, New Yorker, February 2, 1998.

Folder 7 -Brochures, Pamphlets, and Programs

a) Acadian Families Reunion, November 3, 1985.

b) Centennial Celebration, 1896-1996, Hungarian Settlement, Albany, Louisiana.

c) A Tour of Homes, December 7, 1997, sponsored by: Florida Parishes Special Olympics.

d) Caliphs of Cairo, January 15, 1988.

e) Caliphs of Cairo, January 14, 1994.

f) St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Franklin, Louisiana.

g) The United Methodist Church, St. Francisville, Louisiana.

h) 1776 Bicentennial 1976, 1869 Tangipahoa 1976.

i) Independence Italian Festival, April 23 & 24, 1982.

j) 1983 Independence Italian Festival (3 copies).

k) Covington Old Town Festival!, Sept. 12-18.

m) Commemorating the Battle of Pensacola, May 3-10, 1981.

n) The 5th Annual Independence Italian Festival, 1984.

o) Hammond Heritage Day, 1981.

p) Grace Memorial Episcopal Church, Hammond, Louisiana, October 28, 1988.

q) Louisiana Happenings, November 3-28, 1982.

r) Louisiana Happenings, November 4-20, 1983.

s) Louisiana Happenings, December 3-11, 1983.

t) Louisiana Happenings, September, 1985.

u) Louisiana Happenings, March 4-31, year unknown.

v) Louisiana Happenings, September 1-25, year unknown.

w) The Fifteenth Annual Feliciana Festival, March, 1986.

x) Feliciana Festival, A Southern Sampler, March, 1986.

y) Piney Woods Conference, March 28-31, 1984.

z) La Fete de la Bastille-Cajin, July, 1987.

aa) Dedication of Hammond Depot, Recognition of Cate Family, January, 1995.

bb) "A Few Good Men" by Aaron Sorkin, February, 1995.

dd) Los Islenos Heritage and Cultural Society Fiesta '97, March 22 & 23, 1997.

ee) Dedication of the "de La Salle Monument," April 9, 1967.

 

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Folder 7 -Brochures, Pamphlets, and Programs

ff) Hammond Balloon Festival, June 6 & 7, 1981.

gg) Preservation Resource Center 1984 Holiday Home Tour.

hh) Inaugural Celebration for the Louisiana Center for the Book, March 17, 1995.

ii) Feliciana Spring Sampler, April 23 & 24, 1994.

jj) Invitation to private viewing of The Laura Simon Nelson Collection, 1996.

k) Invitation to a photographic exhibit of sugar production in Louisiana, 1996.

l) Program for a National Defense Luncheon, 1997.

m) Program for "For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls."

n) Program for "Nunsense."

o) Brochure from "The Huey P. Long Centennial", 1993.

p) Program for a heritage celebration in Covington, 1994.

q) Program for a memorial service for the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1978.

Folder 8 -Memorabilia from the '84 World's Fair

a) Ticket from The World's Fair, May 12-November 11, 1984.

b) Brochure for the exhibit of Japan, Louisiana World Exposition.

c) Plastic bag from the fair.

d) Guide book to the World's Fair of 1984.

e) 1984 Louisiana World Exposition (brochure).

f) New Orleans Preservation in Print, The World's Fair, Vol. 11, No. 8, October 1984.

g) Louisiana World Exposition, Volume 1, Issue 5, August 1982.

Folder 9 -Louisiana History and Culture

a) "Our Masonic Heritage" by J. B. DeBois' Mansion.

b) "Gas Lights," Louisiana Gazette, page 2, col. 2, November 26, 1822.

c) "The Honorable The Senate and House of Representatives:" J. B. Sullivan, January 27, 1866.

d) "The Story of the Houma Indians."

e) "Speaking 'Indian' in Louisiana" by Emanuel J. Drechsel, Natural History, September 1986.

f) "The True Story of...Evangeline" by Carl Corley.

g) An outline of "Eighteenth Century Wars and Treaties."

Folder 10 -Parish and Local History

a) List of books containing information on parish histories.

b) Census data from 1790-1890.

c) Report on the Louisiana Statewide Records Project and Historical Records Survey by Dr. Ewin A. Davis, May 1, 1940.

d) Louisiana, Holdings of Department of Archives, Baton Rouge.

Folder 11 -History

a) Flags over Mississippi by Cyril E. Cain, 1954.

b) Guide Map, Fort Pickens State Park, Florida Park Service, May 28, 1957.

c) "Louisiana's Florida Parishes, A Bibliography," compiled by C. Howard Nichols, Vol. II, 1983.

d) Program fifty-fourth annual meeting of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 1961.

e) Book Review of Destruction and Reconstruction by C. Howard Nichols.

f) Notice of North Louisiana Historical Association Fall Meeting, November 9, 1975.

g) The Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures in Southern History, March 17 & 18, 1958 (2 copies).

h) Announcement of a gift from Entergy Corporation to The Ogden Museum of Southern Art.

i) "Slave Market," New Yorker, January 14, 1961 (xerox copy).

 

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Folder 12 -Louisiana Antebellum Heritage

Overview and Itinerary, PIP 001.

Folder 13 -Louisiana Antiques

a) Louisiana Antiques with pictures of different furniture.

b) Gala 3 day Party, for Antique Lovers (Advertisement)

c) The 9th Annual Antique Show Sale, March 23-25, Jackson, LA (Advertisement).

Folder 14 -Materials from other Libraries and Archives

a) Your Rights Under Public Records Law, Louisiana State Archives (brochure)

b) National Archives of the United States, Washington, D. C. (brochure)

c) Suggestions for Citing Records in the National Archives of the United States (brochure)

d) Select List of Publications of the National Archives and Records Service (booklet).

e) Louisiana State Archives (brochure).

f) Legacy, Newsletter of the State Archives & Records Service, Vol 6, no. 1, February 1982.

g) Raconteur, Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1978.

h) Louisiana Archives Survey Report No. 2 Findings and Recommendations, May 1956.

i) Friends of the Archives of Louisiana Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 1, August 1979.

j) "Reviews of Books" January (xerox copy).

k) Louisiana History Reading List.

l) "St. Charles abstracts of the civil records of St. Charles Parish" by Glenn R. Conrad.

m) "Searching for Louisiana Materials in the Archives of Europe" by Charles E. O'neill, S.J., Loyola University, April 13, 1962.

n) Publications of the Center for Louisiana Studies of the University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1980.

Folder 15 -Louisiana Facts

a) Louisiana Facts, compiled by James H. "Jim" Brown, Secretary of State, 1984.

b) Louisiana Facts, compiled by James H. "Jim" Brown, Secretary of State, 1984.

c) Louisiana Facts, compiled by W. Fox McKKeithen, Secretary of State, 1992.

Folder 16 -Louisiana Constitution

a) Philosophies in the Proposed Constitution, PAR Analysis, No. 196, February 1974.

b) An Educator's Analysis of the Proposed Constitution, prepared by The Louisiana Teachers’ Association.

c) Letter from James W. Morris, with Alphabetical Directory of Delegates to the 1973 Louisiana Constitution Convention, including names, addresses, home and Convention telephone numbers, and committee assignments, August 17, 1973.

d) The State Government and Constitution of the State of Louisiana of 1974, Louisiana Almanac, pp. 291-319 (xerox copy).

Folder 17 -Gambling

a) "Take over gambling case, Supreme Court urged" by Ed Anderson.

b) "Casino in N. O. would bring in the mob, ex-FBI agent says" by Sheila Grissett.

c) "State suddenly awash in gambling" by James Gill.

c) Excerpt on Video Poker.

d) "Clearing the path for passage of a state lottery" by Jack Wardlaw.

e) "Court may be opponents' last hope" by Bruce Eggler.

f) "Roemer: Will sign lottery setup bill" by Ed Anderson.

g) "Lottery now up to La. voters" by Ed Anderson.

 

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Folder 17 -Gambling Continued

h) "Gambling: What state's new deal means" by Mike Hughlett, Times-Picayune, July 10, 1991.

i) "Odds better than ever this year for a state lottery" by Jack Wardlaw, 1990.

j) A synopsis of a newspaper article.

k) An example of how a synopsis should be written.

l) "Louisiana Gaming: A State Budget Perspective" by Samuel B. Nunez, Jr., May 13, 1994.

m) Instructions on how to write an outline, index card notes, and a rough draft.

n) "Gambling industry worries La. senator" by Jack Wardlaw.

o) "Look before leaping to casinos, city told".

p) "Roemer touts shipboard gambling" by Ed Anderson and Peter Nicholas, The Times-

Picayune, July 3, 1991.

q) "Casino took winding road to N.O.", Mark Schleifstein, The Times-Picayune, June 14, 1992.

r) "Edwards had the aces" by Peter Nicholas, The Times-Picayune, June 12, 1992.

s) "Trekking to Las Vegas to study gambling process" by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, March 7, 1990.

t) An article on Dan Juneau and his position on gambling, January 23, 1990.

u) "Roemer open to river casinos" by Ed Anderson, 1990.

v) "Gambling foe blasts mission to Vegas" by Jack Wardlaw, March 3, 1990.

w) "State lottery draws the winning numbers" by Sheila Grissett, The Times-Picayune, October 7, 1990.

x) "Accord improves lottery's chances" by Ed Anderson and Jack Wardlaw, June 29, 1990.

y) A page of anti-lottery arguments, 1990.

z) A page of references for Social Studies Fair Project, 1990.

aa) Bumper sticker advertising the Louisiana lottery.

bb) "The Lottery Issue", speech of Senator K. A. Cross, May 21, 1890.

cc) "Lotteries in Louisiana and the great names associated with them," No. 9 of the series.

Folder 18 -Louisiana Goals

a) Goals For Louisiana, Report of the Task Force on Transportation.

b) An opinion survey given for Goals For Louisiana, December 1969.

c) Program for The Hammond Forum on Goals For Louisiana, February 26, 1970 (2 copies).

Folder 19 -Louisiana Drug Laws

Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Law issued by Wade O. Martin, Jr., 1970 (xerox).

Folder 20 -Louisiana Governor's Project

a) Letter to Mr. Nichols from Chip Dawson, November 16.

b) Notes to the contributors and a short biography of William Pitt Kellogg.

Folder 21 -Dissertations on Louisiana

"A Dissertation Bibliography" edited by Edward F. Haas (xerox copy).

 

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BOX 29

Folder 1 -Campaign Materials: Letters

a) Letter to the voters of Louisiana from Jimmie H. Davis, 1944 (2 copies).

b) Letter to the voters of the Sixth Congressional District, for Hon. John K. Griffith.

c) Letter to the voters from Michael A. Cross.

d) Fact Sheet, Louisiana Coalition.

e) Reagan-Bush Campaign Information, October 8, 1980.

f) Maurice D. Robinson, Jr. for Mayor of Hammond, March 24, 1981.

g) Letter to Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard Nichols and Platform Statement from Michael Kenney, running for mayor of Hammond, February 25, 1985.

Folder 2 -Campaign Materials

a) Return envelope to Senator Dudley J. LeBlanc with a donation sheet.

b) Earl K. Long for Governor, January 1944.

c) Frank B. Ellis for Lieutenant Governor.

d) Sam S. Caldwell for Governor.

e) L. E. Frazar for State Superintendent of Education.

f) Campaign advertisement for Dr. George H. Hauser, Coroner.

g) Dave Treen for Governor, 1980s.

h) Political advertisement for the campaign of Frank Cacioppo.

i) Political advertisement for the campaign of Henry Powell.

j) Political advertisement for the campaign of Howard Nichols.

k) Political advertisement for the campaign of Henry J. Sibley, Tangipahoa Parish School Board.

l) Campaign advertisement for Alvin Stire, Clerk of Court.

m) Campaign advertisement for Ray Balisteri, Councilman (2 copies).

n) Campaign advertisement for Lonny Myles, State Senator.

o) Campaign advertisement for Wilson Chaney, Commissioner.

p) Campaign advertisement for John Anderson.

q) Sticker with logo Anderson for President printed in red and white (2 copies).

r) Campaign advertisement for Gordon Anderson, Sheriff.

s) Campaign advertisement for Frank M. Edwards, Sheriff.

t) Layrisson's advertisement for free refreshments and a movie.

u) Layrisson for Sheriff.

v) William Jefferson for Governor.

w) Russell "Tippy" DePaula for Mayor.

x) Ricks for District Judge.

y) Bob Jackson for State Senator.

z) Burrell J. Carter for Court of Appeal.

aa) Erwin Hoy Jenkins for School Board.

bb) Bob Frye for School Board.

cc) Burrell J. Carter for Court of Appeal.

dd) Katie Wainwright for State Representative.

ee) Mike Cross for Senator.

ff) Maurice Robinson for Mayor.

gg) Deano for Representative.

hh) Debbie Saik for Mayor.

ii) Annette Fuselier for State Senator.

 

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Folder 2 -Campaign Materials Continued

jj) Larry Bankston for Senator.

kk) Deano for State Representative.

ll) Logan Guess for School Board.

mm) Sam Saik for Mayor.

nn) Mary Landrieu for Governor.

oo) Diane Winston for State Representative.

pp) John W. King for District Judge.

qq) Randy Frederick for Mayor.

rr) Bechac for Representative.

ss) Campaign advertisement for Jay Blossman, State Representative.

tt) Campaign advertisement for Jay Blossman, Trial Lawyer.

uu) Wilson Chaney Campaign, October 1979.

vv) Campaign advertisement for Steve Duczer, Court of Appeal (2 copies).

ww) Campaign advertisement for Diane Winston State Representative.

xx) Campaign advertisement for Sharp with Sharp Cooking recipes included (3 copies).

yy) Jimmy Haltom for State Representative.

zz) Sample Ballot form from Frank M. Edwards, Jr., November 1, 1975.

3a) Sample Ballot with advertisement for Debbie Saik Pope Major.

3b) Campaign advertisement for Judge Burrell J. Carter, Court of Appeals.

3c) Campaign advertisement for Cyril J. Landry, Police Jury District 6.

3d) J. Louis "Red" Smith for Mayor.

3e) Campaign Central news concerning Sandra Thompson for Secretary of State #21, Oct. 1979.

3f). Campaign information for Frank Edwards Sheriff, 1979.

3g) Campaign information about Ed Layrisson.

3h) Clipping from Louisiana Progress about Fred Harris running for president, April 1976.

3i) The 1984 Presidential Campaign Speech, Presbyterian Student Group, October 9, 1984.

3j) Campaign Advertisement, Judge John "Jack" Cosner

3k) Campaign stickers for Breaux U.S. Senate (3 copies).

Folder 3 -Campaign Materials

a) Advertising supplement to the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate and State Times, Bogalusa Daily News, and Hammond Daily Star supporting Henson Moore.

b) "What is Nice Guy Like Henson Moore Doing Running for Congress?," October 24, 1974.

c) "Mouton Governor Again," 1979.

d) Flier for Free Jambalaya, October 7th.

e) A paper supporting Edgar G. "Sonny" Mouton, Jr. for governor, 1979.

f) Edgar Mouton Campaign advertisement for governor (newspaper supplement)

g) SENATE FOR LOUISIANA, sheet of roll call and amendments.

h) "Boulter Gives Media Foretaste of Strong Campaign Ad," Election Update, Aug. 17, 1988.

i) "L.S.U.'s New REGIME," Political cartoons.

j) "Sam Jones Says" by Sam H. Jones, governor of Louisiana, February 20, 1943.

k) Sam Jones Says by James I. Smith, March 20, 1943.

l) "The 'Old Gang' Delivered the Goods. The 'New Gang' Soils Their Nest," Wool Hat Pete.

m) "A Warning to the Voters of the Twenty-First Senatorial District, State of Louisiana" by Leonard C. Spinks, lifelong friend of Huey P. Long, August 23, 1939.

 

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Folder 3 -Campaign Materials Continued

n) "Coxe-Griffenhagen-Bartlow-Russell Clique Attempt to Blitzrieg La. Teachers' Ass'n."

o) Gov. Earl K. Long, in Shreveport Times, Shreveport Journal, News Record, August 23, 1939.

p) "Elect Warren W. Comish Judge."

q) "...Sam Jones, King Strenzke, J. Y. Sanders," Friends of Clean Government.

r) "Who Is State Senator Joe T. Cawthorn?"

s) "Select a District Judge," December 30, 1941.

t) "Skull Crushing Bluebeard and Long vs: Jonesism," Wool Hat Pete.

u) "Jonesism in Louisiana Sho' Am Slippen;...," Wool Hat Pete.

v) "Reasons why you should return John K. Griffith to Congress."

w) "Charles Anzalone Candidate for the Senate," Chas. Anzalone.

x) "Louisiana Democratic Organization endorses Earl K. Long... ."

y) "It's Time to Think--Before It Is Too Late."

z) "Sam Jones Steals Again!"

aa) "Sam Jones Extravagance Exposed" submitted by J. Emmett Williams.

bb) "Official Notice" signed by Jones-Griffenhagen-Sanders.

cc) "An answer to Edwards Circular" by Nat Tycer.

dd) "Commissioners and Deputies for Election of September 10."

ee) "Meet the Candidates," Morning Advocate, October 22, 1979.

Folder 4 -Campaign Materials

a) Louisiana Democratic Organization, headquarters in Alexandria, Louisiana.

b) Amendments to the Louisiana Constitution, PAR Voter's Guide, Oct. 22, 1983.

c) He promised, He performed, He delivered the goods!" Gov. Sam Jones, January 1, 1942.

d) The Roosevelt Record in Red!, Republican National Committee, 1940.

e) Official plan for delegation selection to 1972 Democratic Convention, Feb. 19, 1972.

f) Registration of Voters in Louisiana by Alden L. Powell and Emmett Asseff, 1951.

g) Citizen's guide to the 1980 Louisiana Legislature.

h) "Reflections of Louisiana Politics," by Julio Alonzo, Jr.

i) "New Orleans Diarist," The New Republic.

Folder 5 -Campaign Materials

a) Teachers Protest information.

b) "Teachers Friend," a platform for the Louisiana Teachers Association.

c) "Report of the Committee on Teacher Retirement."

d) The 1940 Platform of the Democratic Party, July 22, 1940.

e) Republican Platform, 1940.

f) The 1940 Platform for the Socialist Labor Party (2 copies).

g) Platform and Candidates NEW Prohibition Party (2 copies).

Folder 6 -Louisiana Law

a) "The Louisiana Estate Planner" by Gerald LeVan, Vol. 2 No. 1, July 1975.

b) "The Louisiana Estate Planner" by Gerald LeVan, Vol. 2 No. 2, September 1975.

c) "A Comparison...Home Rule Government vs. Police Jury."

d) "Forced Heirship."

e) "Community Property."

f) "The Civil Codes of Louisiana."

g) Notes on the Tideland case including a bibliography from a paper.

 

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Folder 7 -Louisiana Officials of the Past

List of Governors from 1699-1972 and all Other Officials of the State.

Folder 8 -Legislative Bulletin

a) PAR Legislative Bulletin, Vol. 25, No. 2, May 6, 1977.

b) PAR Legislative Bulletin, Vol. 29, No. 8, June 26, 1981.

Folder 9 -Treasury records

Budget sheet from the official U. S. Treasury records, 1934.

Folder 10 -News from Washington

Washington News from Geo. S. Long, M. C.," excerpts from the Congressional Record.

Folder 11 -Louisiana Mental Health Association Brochures

a) Mental Health in Childhood (0-12 years)

b) Mental Health in Adolescence (12-til adulthood)

c) Mental Health in Early Adulthood (18-35 years)

d) Mental Health in middle Adulthood (35-60)

e) Mental Health in Later Adulthood (over 60)

Folder 12 -Louisiana Hospitals

Seventh Ward General Hospital (brochure)

Folder 13 -Bicentennial Information

a) Bicentennial Statistics, a reprint of Bicentennial Statistics chapter from the Pocket Data Book USA, 1976.

b) Bicentennial Showcase, 1776-1976, Hammond, Louisiana.

c) Celebrating the Century, New Orleans CityBusiness, March 31, 1997.

d) Louisiana Commemorates the Civil War Centennial, 1861-1961 by T. Harry Williams, 1961.

e) Heritage ‘76 Tangipahoa Parish American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (bulletin).

Folder 14 -Batson Humanities Grant Committee

Program Development Booklet for Information and Guidelines for Grant Application, 1976-1978, Louisiana Committee for the Humanities.

Folder 15 -Batson Humanities Grant Correspondence

a) Thank you note to Howard Nichols, June 27, 1972.

b) Letter to Dean Wilcox from Beryl Zitch, December 18, 1973.

c) A letter to Mr. Batson from Clea Parker, July 9, 1974.

d) A letter to Dr. Teague from James Wilcox, March 11, 1975.

e) Announcements from James Wilcox to the faculty and staff, April 4, 1975.

f) A letter to Mr. Stolleis from James Wilcox, April 18, 1975.

g) A letter to Mr. and Mrs. John Batson from James Wilcox, April 21, 1975.

h) A letter from James Wilcox to faculty and staff, April 29, 1975.

i) An invitation to meet the Romanian playwright Susana Ciortea, October 16, 1975.

j) A letter to all faculty members from James Wilcox, December 12, 1975.

k) Announcement of Marshall McLuhan's speech "Why Johnny Can't Write," January 22, 1976.

l) A memo from James Wilcox to the faculty and staff, January 23, 1976.

m) Letters to the presenters from James Wilcox, November 23, 1976.

o) A letter to Dean Wilcox from Fawn Brodie, March 2, 1977.

p) A reminder of the lecture by Phil Wilson, March 9, 1977.

q) Enclosure to Michael DuBois from James Wilcox, March 14, 1977.

r) A letter to Professor Nichols from Fawn Brodie, April 2, 1977.

 

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Folder 15 -Batson Humanities Grant Correspondence Continued

s) A letter to Frances from James Wilcox informing her of transferred accounts, April 5, 1977.

t) A letter to Professor Brodie, April 12, 1977.

u) A short note from Jim to Howard, April 13, 1977.

v) A letter to Dean Wilcox from Ruth Alben, November 28, 1977.

w) A letter to Professor Nichols from Ruth Alben, December 9, 1977.

x) A memo to the faculty and staff from James H. Wilcox regarding the Multi-Media Concert, dated March 7, 1977.

y) A letter to Professor Nichols from Ruth Alben, February 24, 1978.

z) Letter to Professor Nichols from Ruth Alben, May 4, 1978.

aa) Mailing list for the committee.

bb) A count of responses from the presenters.

cc) A registration of activity form.

dd) A brief biography of John Houseman.

ee) A copy of John Houseman's biography.

ff) Budget information form for the grant application.

gg) Information about some topics for one of the speakers.

hh) Program for the sessions at a committee meeting.

ii) Information on Gwendolyn Brooks.

jj) Schedule to the English faculty for the appearances of Gwendolyn Brooks, March 18-19.

kk) An outline of the arrangements made for Gwendolyn Brooks.

ll) Check list for guest speakers.

mm) Information booklet on R. Buckminster Fuller.

nn) A letter to the faculty and staff announcing the showing of M*A*S*H on campus.

oo) Minutes for the May 6, 1976 Humanities Council Meeting.

pp) A quick note from Howard Nichols to Jim.

qq) A card from Frances to Howard Nichols on the death of his father, December 30.

Folder 16 -Reserve Telephone Company

Telephone Directory, January 1985.

Folder 17 -Hammond Rotary

a) Visiting guest ticket for Professor of History.

b) Minutes for meeting at the Rotary Club, May 28, 1975.

Folder 18 -Speech Material

a) "College Wit and Humor," (xerox copy).

b) Address delivered by Allan W. Ostar, Southeastern Louisiana University, December 16, 1972.

c) LSU Outlook: The Quest for New Knowledge" Vol. 23, No. 5, September 1976.

d) "Power and Innocence: A search for the Sources of Violence" by Rollo May.

e) An article entitled "The Future of the Past" remarks by Sir Hugh Casson at the Williamsburg Antiques Forum, January 31, 1973. Transcribed from tape of the lecture.

f) Memorandum-To all personal, subject New Sick Leave Policy.

g) Speech material-Dare to be different.

h) "Caring for Our National Heritage" Christian Women's Fellowship from the First Christian Church, December 16, 1975.

i) "The Great American Summer" by David Brinkley, Saturday Review, June 26, 1976.

j) A short typed paragraph entitled "Funning the Founding Fathers."

 

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Folder 18 -Speech Material Continued

k) "How you can tell when it's going to be a rotten day" author unknown.

l) "How to kill a university" by George Boas, Johns Hopkins Magazine, December 1989.

m) "Is it true what they say about Dixie?" by Caesar Lerner.

n) Speech for the Hebrew Fellowship Union.

o) Address to the Board of Woman's Hospital, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, June 18, 1996.

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BOX 30

Folder 1 -Strawberry Industry Research Proposal

a) "A History of the Strawberry Industry in Tangipahoa Parish" written by C. Howard Nichols

to Randy Webb, Faculty Research Proposal for 1979-1980 (1st draft & 4 copies).

b) Budget for Strawberry Industry Research Proposal, 1979-1982.

c) Excerpt from Tangipahoa Crossings on strawberries.

Folder 2 -Strawberry Industry Project

"A Tale of Selective Accommodation: Sicilians and Native Whites in Louisiana, by Jean Scarpaci, Journal of Ethnic Studies (xerox copy).

Folder 3 -The Mike Farm

Conversation between Mrs. Santo Mike and C. Howard Nichols, October 7, 1979.

Folder 4 -Outline and Resume

a) Initial outline for history of St. Tammany Parish by C. Howard Nichols, Spring 1978.

b) Resume for C. Howard Nichols.

Folder 5 -Oral History Release Forms

a) 4 blank Release forms).

b) Joe Burns, Natalbany, LA., October 11, 1979.

c) Joe Shaffer and Ruby Drude, Ponchatoula, LA, September 16, 1979.

d) John C. Kent, Tangipahoa, LA, September 17, 1979.

e) Amos Kent, Hammond, LA, September 3, 1979.

f) Joseph B. Terry, Kentwood, LA, October 15, 1979.

g) Dr. J. B. Thomas, July 30, 1981.

h) Lillian D. Poole, Hammond, LA, October 17, 1979.

i) Iris S. Wiggins, Hammond, LA, November 29, 1979.

j) Earl Cefalu, Amite, LA, November 21, 1979.

k) Joseph V. Arnone, Independence, LA, November 13, 1979.

l) Vito Vic J. Ferina, Tickfaw, LA, November 14, 1979.

m) Lucy Mike, Hammond, LA, November 19, 1979.

n) Marion Fannaly, Jr., Ponchatoula, LA, September 21, 1979.

o) William Chauar, Baptist, LA, November 29, 1979.

p) Christine Dantone, Hammond, LA, July 13, 1980.

q) Elizabeth B. Blanchard, July 28, 1980.

r) Pamela M. Percy, July 17, 1980.

s) Questions for Mrs. Lilliam Poole Interview.

t) Questions for Mrs. Szymoniak Interview.

u) Letter from Irene Morris, June 26, 1979.

v) Letter from Irene Morris, July 12, 1979.

w) Letter from Duane Shafer to Howard Nichols with list of people who know about the Strawberry Industry, May 30, 1979.

x) Loose notes about people to interview about strawberry industry.

y) Notes about berries and a "machine."

z) "Gasohol revives moonshine art," Daily Star, September 24, 1979.

aa) "The Glories That were Sicily’s"

bb) "Getting a Kick out of Calvados."

Folder 6 -Fact Sheets

Fact Sheet for Louisiana Strawberries.

 

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Folder 7 -Strawberry Industry Research Grant

a) Letter to Dr. Webb concerning research activity, dated June 20, 1980.

b) Comparison of average prices of peaches to strawberries from 1918-1968 (3 copies).

c) Expense account receipt for a research trip to Chicago, IL by Howard Nichols, June 2, 1980.

d) Picture of a St. Joseph’s Day Altar (xerox copy).

e) Purchase order for a tape recorder, October 3, 1979 (xerox copy).

Folder 8 -Strawberry Labels

a) Envelope containing strawberry labels and a ticket for one pint of strawberries.

b) Letter to John DeMarco from Howard Nichols thanking him for the labels, March 16, 1981.

Folder 9 -Strawberry Transcripts and Notes

Handwritten Transcripts and notes from interviews of the people used as sources for the strawberry project.

Folder 10 -Interviews

a) Interview with Amos Kent about the Kentwood strawberry industry in the 1920's and 30's,

taped September 3, 1979.

b) Interview with Joe Terry about the Kentwood strawberry industry in the 1920's and 30's,

taped on October 15, 1979.

c) Interview with Mrs. Edna Szymoniak, taped on October 16, 1979.

d) Interview with Lillian Poole, taped on October 17, 1979.

e) An interview with Earl Cefalu, Sr., taped on November 21, 1979.

f) An interview with Mrs. Iris Wiggins, taped on November 29, 1979.

g) An interview with Marion Fannaly, Jr. by William Blith about cold storage of strawberries.

Folder 11 -Interviews

a) An interview with Joseph Arnone about Arnone's Farms by Lydia Randazzo.

b) An interview with Mr. Vito Vic J. Ferina.

c) An interview with Mrs. Santo Mike.

d) An second interview with Mrs. Lucy Mike.

Folder 12 -Regulations and laws for winemaking

a) Letter from Madeleine Mathes regarding the request for birth certificate, etc, Oct. 4, 1979.

b) Letter from Madeleine Mathes requesting information on strawberry wine.

c) Home Winemaking information from the Wine Institute.

d) Laws from the Depart of the Treasury containing articles and sections on Wine and Beer.

Folder 13 -Strawberry Wine

a) Written notes on scratch paper about Real Estate conveyance and assessment rolls (Mary Newman).

b) Certified purchase agreement for real estate (Mary Newman Candiotto).

c) Warranty Deed for Nell W. Stem and Horace R. Reid, July 8, 1942.

d) By-Laws and articles for the Pioneer Wine Manufacturing Company, Inc.

e) Great Jackson Route Freight Tariff No. 1 New Orleans and All Stations on The Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans Railroad, January 1, 1878.

f) List of dealers in Flour, Meal and Grain; also lumber dealers, on Louisiana Division (copy)

g) List of Officers, agents, and etc. (xerox copy).

h) Deed for Mrs. Modesta DeSalva Catalano (xerox copy).

i) "Handmade Crop" by Rev. Edwin L. Brock, The Progressive Farmer, 1950.

j) "Louisiana: Strawberry Culture" by L. A. Niven, The Progressive Farmer, 1955.

 

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Folder 14 -Summer Workshop

, Ethnic Heritage Grant

a) Description of the Ethnic Heritage Workshop in Baton Rouge at LSU, Summer 1980.

b) Draft, Tentative storyboard on Washington Parish.

c) The Proposed Program.

d) Lesson Plans.

e) List of Students in class, Summer 1980.

f) Ethnic heritage Studies Program, Part VIII, June 22, 1979 (xerox copy).

g) A Common Tongue, 16mm sound film in two parts (brochure).

h) Heritage in Black, 16mm sound film, 27 minutes (brochure).

i) Folklife Center News, Vol. III, No. 2, April 1980.

j) Teaching Tips from Kodak, 1979.

k) Expense Account form for C. Howard Nichols, April 10, 1980.

l) Check stubs for C. Howard Nichols.

m) Obserrvation form for bilingual instructions

n) Rules and regulations

Folder 15 -Summer Workshop, Ethnic Heritage Grant

a) Summer workshop focusing on Ethnic Heritage in Louisiana's Florida Parishes.

b) An outline for planning a wing to the Glasgow School for a parish media center.

c) An assignment for making onion dip by Becky Mizell.

d) A list of Indian's food, Businesses, and movies. Also, an Ethnic "Hunt."

e) "Louisiana Ancestors: Land Office Is Helpful" by Damon Veach, June 1980 (xerox copy).

f) A guide book for the Museum of Geoscience, LSU School of Geoscience.

g) Notes on scratch paper, June 11, 1980.

h) An article entitled "Natchez Tales."

i) Partial article entitled "Recollection of the Last Ten Years" by Timothy Flint.

j) Ethnic jokes about Italians.

k) Bibliography/Resource File on the Florida Parishes of Louisiana, Ethnic Studies Workshop.

l) Notes on scratch paper.

m) Information on the Grace Memorial Episcopal Church, Hammond Louisiana.

n) Group/Ethnic or Parish rating category.

o) Group Exercise of the Ethnic Heritage Workshop (2 copies).

p) Ethnic Heritage Workshop assignment clarification for the parish team project (2 copies).

q) Letter to Howard Nichols from Daniel G. Amond, January 1979 about Heritage Program.

r) Records of interest to Genealogists.

s) The Southwestern Historical Association concerning presentations of paper from historians.

t) Memo asking for final report from Randy Webb, to Principal Investigators, 1979-1980.

u) Preliminary research proposals for 1978-1979.

v) "Education," Time, May 19, 1980.

w) Map of the territory of Louisiana Parishes.

x) History 321, "Wars, Treaties and Transfers Affecting Louisiana."

y) Ethnic Heritage Workshop Talent Inventory, Summer 1980.

z) Seeing Louisiana from Hammond, tourist information.

aa) Ethnic Studies Workshop Group Assignment Sheet.

bb) Survey of the Ethnic Heritage Workshop, Summer 1980.

cc) The Newberry Papers in Family and Community History.

 

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Folder 16 -Ethnic Heritage Grant

(Papers Written for Grant)

a) St. Tammany Parish, by Pattie Harris, Lucille Schwab and B. Merrilyn Ginn, July 27, 1980 (2 copies).

b) "The Blacks in the Florida Parishes: Up From Slavery" presented by Lorraine Robertson, La Creta Robinson, and B. Merrielyn Ginn, Summer 1980.

c) "Anglo-Saxons in the Florida Parishes" by Elizabeth B. Blanchard and Martha R. Taylor.

Folder 17 -Ethnic Heritage Grant

a) An Interim Report submitted to the State Superintendent of Education by The Ethnic Minorities Studies Task Force.

b) A report or presentation "Reconstruction Years--1862-1877."

c) An excerpt from Free Persons of Color in New Orleans, 1803-1865, "The Free Negro in Antebellum Louisiana" by David Everett, 1952 (2 copies).

 

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BOX 31

Folder 1 -Church Records

Original entry of St. Louis Basilica Archives, Book of Funerals, 1793-1803, Pg. 133b (xerox).

Folder 2 -Ursulines

"The Ursulines In Louisiana 1727-1824," (xerox copy).

Folder 3 -Benedictines in the U.S.

"T he Benedictines in the U. S," (xerox copy)

Folder 4 -Papal Liturgy

"Papal Liturgy in New Orleans" The Times-Picayune, September 12, 1987.

Folder 5 -St. Dominic Roman Catholic Church, N. O.

The Liturgy of the Ordination and Consecration of The Reverend Charles Edward Jenkins, III, D. D. as a Bishop in the Church of God and of the Diocese of Louisiana, Saturday, January 3 1, 1998, St. Dominic Roman Catholic Church, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Folder 6 -St. Gabriel Church

Dedication of the new St. Gabriel Church, Sunday, April 19, 1953, St. Gabriel, Louisiana.

Folder 7 -St. Leo Church, Roberts Cove, LA

A Century of Catholic Life, 1885-1985, St. Leo IV Catholic Church, Roberts Cove, Louisiana.

Folder 8 -St. Joseph Church, Gretna, LA

The Story of St. Joseph Church and The History of Catholic America, 1977.

Folder 9 -Saint Joseph Seminary College, Covington, LA

Saint Joseph Seminary College information booklet.

Folder 10 -Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, New Roads, LA

The holy Eucharist and The Celebration of a New Ministry, n. d..

Folder 11 -St. Alban’s Information

a) The Protomartyr, Saint Alban's Chapel, Episcopal University Center, Louisiana State University, 1961-1965 (weekly bulletin, scattered issues).

b) St. Alban’s News, A Monthly Newsletter of the Episcopal University Center, LSU, 1963-1965 (scattered issues).

c) Letter from Leo at St. Barnabas by-the-bay Episcopal Mission, Villas, New Jersey, dated January 23, 1959.

Folder 12 -Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, LA

a) The Twentieth Anniversary of the Ordination of The Right Reverend James B. Brown, DD, at the Ninth Bishop of Louisiana, April 24, 1976-1996.

b) Letter from David B. Lowry to Friends.

c) Postcard of Christ Church Cathedral, founded in 1805.

d) The Episcopal Church: Essential Facts.

e) Christ Church Cathedral Information (brochure).

f) Riders Transit Digest, reproduced with permission of New Orleans Public Service, Inc. (Information about Christ Church Cathedral).

g) List of Cathedral Concerts for 1988-1989

h) In Memoriam, Laurence Munger, Dec 4, 1897 to April 16, 1996 (bulletin).

Folder 13 -Christ Episcopal Church, Covington, LA

a) List of names associated with Christ Episcopal Church in Covington for the years 1846-47.

b) Map showing property of the Covington Episcopal Church, 1942.

c) Bill of sale for church land, 1857.

d) Bill of sale for twenty acres, more or less of land sold to Christ Episcopal Church, 1934.

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Folder 13 -Christ Episcopal Church, Covington, LA Continued

e) Bill of sale and cash deed for land sold to Christ Episcopal Church, 1942.

f) Work order of the work needed to be performed on the church as renovations.

g) Dedication Service for Historical Marker, Christ Episcopal Church Built in 1846-47.

h) "The Village Church" by Maude Jane Smith, poem from Wayside Gleanings.

i) Map 1820 showing square 36.

j) Map after the 1963 survey.

k) "Chapel resists temptation of bowing to time" by Pat Butters (xerox copy).

l) "Chapel's history came as surprise even to its pastor," States-Item, November 7, 1985 (xerox).

m) "Spirituality of entire century is sensed at Covington chapel" by Rebecca Crain, The Times-Picayune, September 8, 1988.

n) Picture from the newspaper of the eight flags hung in the St. Tammany Court House (the flags were on loan from Christ Episcopal Church in Covington).

o) Contribution form for the renovation of Christ Episcopal Church in Covington.

p) Pamphlet of the goals of the renovations, 1964.

q) Church history Notes sent to Mrs. Ralph Menetne by Holly F. Reynolds (handwritten).

r) Order of Service for the breaking of ground, November 20, 1965.

s) Program from the Christ Episcopal Church dedication services, April 15, 1967.

t) I'll Live For Him and Shall We Gather at the River? (xerox copy from a hymnal)

u) Letter congratulating Howard Nichols on writing of church history, September 15, 1996.

v) "On Writing Church History," speech promoting book written by Nichols.

w) A general history of the Christ Episcopal Church, Covington, LA.

x) History of Christ Episcopal Church in Covington, Louisiana.

y) Page showing the increase at Christ Church in the 1950s.

z) "Illuminare" spotlight, Christ Episcopal Church Newsletter, March 1985.

aa) The Rededication of the Chapel at Christ Church and the Celebration of 150 Years of Ministry, November 1996 (2 copies).

bb) Photograph of Historical Marker in front of Christ Episcopal Church, Covington, LA.

Folder 14 -General Church Information

a) List of parishes in the diocese of Louisiana.

b) 2 different obituaries for Herbert Albert Grantham.

c) Obituary for Reverend J. Orson Miller.

d) Obituary and history for Reverend E. A. Rennie.

e) Obituaries and history for Herman Cope Duncan.

f) Obituary for Edwin Wallace Hunter.

g) Ideas and drawings written by a committee at Grace Church.

h) Bulletin of Grace Memorial Church, Hammond, LA, October 27, 1963.

i) Bulletin of Grace Memorial Church, Hammond, LA, February 23, 1964.

j) Bulletin of The Chapel of the Holy Spirit, New Orleans, May 1, 1964.

k) Ken Carroll, Associate Pastor of University United Methodist Church (article).

l) History of First Baptist Church, Covington, La. dated May 2, 1948 and Membership List

Folder 15 -New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

a) Dedication of the New Gentilly Campus, N. O. Baptist Theological Seminary, Sept. 3, 1953.

b) Program, Dedication of the New Gentilly Campus, NO Baptist Theological Seminary, 9/3/53.

c) Pilgrimage Route for viewing of the grounds.

 

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Folder 16 -Paper

"Sex and Marriage," (4-page paper).

Folder 17 -Photography

a) "Becoming woman" pamphlet explaining exhibit.

b) Notes taken from a photography book.

c) Notes on photography.

d) Notes on video tape and video disc.

e) Teaching Tips From Kodak, 1979.

Folder 18 -Postcards

a) Postcard of The Bolduc House, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri.

b) Postcard of Live Oak Alley at Rosedown, St. Francisville, Louisiana.

c) Postcard of the Breakfast Room at Rosedown, St. Francisville, Louisiana.

d) Postcard of the Mallard Rosewood Half Tester Bed, St. Francisville, Louisiana.

e) Postcard of New Orleans From the Lower Cotton Press, 1977.

f) Postcard of the battlefield in Mansfield.

g) Postcard of Mansfield Battle Park.

h) Postcard of the rose-marble mantel in the Mansfield Battle Park Museum.

i) Postcard of the outside of the Mansfield Battle Park Museum.

j) Postcard of the Headwaters of the Mississippi River at Itasca State Park, Lake Itasca, Minnesota.

k) Post Card of North Carolina's Executive Mansion-Raleigh, North Carolina.

l) Post Card of North Carolina's State Capitol in Raleigh.

Folder 19 -Pictures

a) Three pictures of a Citizens National Bank construction site.

b) Picture of Alley Square.

c) Eight pictures with some boys and some girls.

d) Two pictures of Mile Branch Settlement cabins.

e) Three pictures of a plantation.

f) Picture of a barge in the Mississippi River.

g) Picture of a steamboat.

h) A picture of Howard Nichols sitting in a living room.

i) Two pictures side by side of Piney Woods people.

j) Two pictures of a coin.

k) "Picture from the Past," a view of uptown along St. Charles Avenue, Dixie, June 12, 1983.

m) A picture from the cover of DIXIE of August Perez III, May 8, 1983.

Folder 20 -Art Exhibits

a) "South Louisiana Signs and Scenes" by Don Wright at the Baton Rouge Little Theater, July 8-August 1, 1981 (Paintings are from the collection of Dr. & Mrs. A. B. Cronan, Jr. of Baton Rouge).

b) Announcement of the presentation of Africa in Antiquity: The Arts of Ancient Nubia and the Sudan, May 20-August 12, 1979.

Folder 21 -King Tut Exhibit

a) Invitation to the members preview of Treasures of Tutankhamun, Sept. 17, 1977.

b) Invitation to preview Peru's Golden Treasures, January 13, 1979.

c) Brochure of information on the exhibit.

d) Parking ticket from visiting the exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

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Folder 22 -Pottery

a) Shearwater Pottery, Ocean Springs, MS (brochure).

b) Tim Cundiff and Port Hudson Pottery (background information) 1974.

c) Yellow poster with information about Port Hudson Pottery (Pottery made from the Historic ground at Port Hudson).

Folder 23 -Louisiana Purchase Exhibit

Louisiana Purchase Exhibit, January 23-25, 1985, at SLU (brochure).

Folder 24 -Animal Hunting, Wild Life and Fisheries Commission Booklets

a) The Fox and Grey SQUIRRELS of Louisiana, by Joseph B. Kidd,

b) Beaver in Louisiana, by Kenneth C. Smith.

c) Black Bear in Louisiana, by Joe L. Herring.

d) Managing Deer Herds, by Louis Brunett, Game Biologist.

e) Bowhunting, by Grits Gresham.

Folder 25 -Alligator

Alligator: The Sun Worshiper, by Percy Viosca, Jr. (Reprint from Louisiana Conservationist, April 1960).

Folder 26 -Louisiana Forestry

a) Managing the Small Forest, Louisiana Forestry Commission, March 1975 (brochure).

b) Forest Facts, Dept. of Natural Resources, Office of Forestry, May 1978.

c) Notes from Dr. Marcil’s dissertation, Summer 1980.

d) "Where Our Supply of Lumber is Bought, Illinois Central Magazine, September 1922.

e) An official news release from Louisiana Office of Forestry, 1980.

f) Louisiana Forest Facts, April 13, 1976 (2 xerox copies)

g) Louisiana Forest Facts and Figures (2 xerox copies).

h) Louisiana Forest Types (Map-2 copies ).

i) "Southern Lumber Industries Hurting" by Edgar Poe, June 18, 1980 (2 xerox copies).

Folder 27 -Louisiana Trees

Louisiana Trees, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, A. S. McKEAN, June 1955 (booklet).

Folder 28 -Gardening

a) Spring Hill Nurseries catalog, Tipp City, Ohio, Fall 1972.

b) "Gardening With Pine Bark."

c) "Growing Camellias," Home and Garden Bulletin No. 86.

d) Special offer from Jackson & Perkins Co. for Pristine, 1978 Rose of the Year.

e) Program from the Town and Country Garden Club annual joint meeting, 1991-92.

Folder 29 -Irises

a) Membership application to join the American Iris Society.

b) "The Culture of Louisiana Irises" by Joseph K. Mertzweiller.

Folder 30 -Azaleas

What you need to know about Azaleas (brochure).

Folder 31 -Appaloosa Horse Club Information

a) Information about the Appaloosa Horse.

b) Appaloosa, The Horse with all the chrome (booklet).

c) Two Picture of Appaloosa horses.

d) Picture of an Appaloosa horse showing the body parts.

 

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BOX 32

Folder 1 -Louisiana Folklife

a) Folklife & Fieldwork, A Layman’s Introduction to Field Techniques, American Folklife Center, 1979 (3 copies).

b) Folklife & Fieldwork, A Layman’s Introduction to Field Techniques, American Folklife Center, 1981.

c) "The 'Everything Package'."

d) Louisiana Folklife: A Guide to Sources and Resources

e) Letter to Dr. Green from Nicholas R. Spitzer, June 4, 1981.

f) Letter to Mr. Nichols from Stephen Tucker and Nicholas R. Spitzer, Louisiana Folklife Program, dated September 9, 1982.

g) Letter to members from Nicholas Spitzer, April 5, 1982.

h) Letter to citizens interested in Louisiana folklife, May 22, 1981.

i) Letter to citizens interested in Louisiana folklife, January 15, 1982.

j) Jambalaya, Fall 1980 (brochure).

k) Buried Treasure of Louisiana, Felician Cocodril, The Ambassador of Acadiana (brochure).

l) Attendance sheet from a Florida Parishes Folklife meeting.

m) Registration form for Florida Parishes Folklife Conference, March 5, 1983.

n) List of Louisiana Films and Performances, Presbytere Auditorium.

o) Order form for Legacy Books.

p) Order form for a booklet entitled The Tape-Recorded Interview.

q) Genealogy and Local History booklet.

r) A letter to Mr. Nichols from Joy Jackson at The Center for Regional Studies, Oct, 18, 1982.

s) The Authentic Tour Guide to New Orleans, September 1980.

Folder 2 Center for Southern Folklore/Culture

a) Center for Southern Folklore, The University of Mississippi (2 brochures).

b) Folk Art and Crafts: The Deep South, Center for the Southern Culture, The University of Mississippi (brochure).

c) Graduate Program in Folk Studies, Western Kentucky University (2 brochures).

d) Center for Southern Folklore Collection (2 copies)

e) Southern Preserves Films: Videotapes, Exhibits and more, Center for Southern Folklore.

f) Newsletter, Center For Southern Folklore, Vol. 4, No. 1, Summer 1981.

g) Newsletter, Center for Southern Folklore, Regional Documentary Photography, Vol. 3, No. 3, Winter 1981.

h) New Materials from the Center for Southern Folklore, Films.

i) Southern Studies at the University of Mississippi, Fall 1980 (brochure).

j) People Studying People "The Human Element in Fieldwork" by Robert A. Georges and Michael O. Jones (Order Form).

k) The Southern Register, The Newsletter for Center for Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Spring 1982.

l) Letter from William Ferris to C. Howard Nichols, about his program, September 18, 1980.

 

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Folder 3 -American Association for State and Local History

a) Letter from Patricia A. Hall, Seminar and Consultant Service Coordinator, to AASLH Conference on Folklore and Local History, October 20, 1980.

b) Registrants list for the AASLH Conference on Folklore and Local History, Sept. 4-6, 1980.

c) Bibliographic and Reference Tools: Abstract, September 4-6. 1980.

d) List of Speakers for AASLH National Conference on Folklore and Local History, September 4-6, 1980.

e) Conference evaluations for AASLH National Conference on Folklore and Local History, September 4-6, 1980.

f) Tentative Program for the 40th annual AASLH meeting, September 4-6, 1980.

g) Program for the 40th annual AASLH meeting, Royal Orleans, N. O., LA, Sept. 6-10, 1980.

h) AASLH Publications Order Form (brochure).

i) AASLH (brochure).

j) Order form for Modern Manuscripts, by Kenneth W. Duckett (brochure).

k) Order form for slide/tape presentations, Historic House Conservation Series.

l) Membership form.

m) Interpreting the Humanities Through Museum Exhibits, application for Regional Workshops on museum exhibits.

n) Calendar for the years 1979-1983.

o) Application for five seminars Re-examining America's Past (2 copies).

p) Index and order form for AASLH books and technical leaflets, 1979.

q) Index and order form for AASLH books and technical leaflets, 1980.

r) Consultant Service Application (2 brochures).

s) A Special Collection of Books and Journals prepared especially for the 40th Annual Meeting of the AASLH, September 7-10, 1980, Order form.

t) History News, Volume XIV, Number 12, October 1959.

u) History News, Volume 43, Number 4, July/August 1988.

v) History News Dispatch, Volume 5, Number 4, April 1990

Folder 4 -Library of Congress

a) Folk Music in America (2 brochures)

b) Folk-Songs of America, The Robert Winslow Gordon Collection, 1922-1932 (2 brochures).

c) Folk Recordings from the Archive of Folk Song (2 brochures).

d) Brief list of material relating to American Folk Music, December 29, 1965 (2 copies).

e) American Folklore, A Bibliography of Major Works, by Joseph C. Hickerson, October 6, 1975 (2 copies).

f) Guide to the Collections of Recorded Folk Music and Folklore, June 4, 1976 (2 copies).

g) Folklore and Folk Music Archives and Related Collections in the U.S. and Canada (2 copies).

h) An Inventory of Bibliographies and Other Reference and Finding Aids Prepared by the Archive of Folk Song, May 18, 1979 (2 copies).

i) The Archive of Folk Song, Origin and Development (2 copies).

j) Announcement from Recording Laboratory, April 30, 1979 for Our Musical Past and Robert Lowell Reading His Own Poetry (2 copies).

 

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Folder 5 -Mississippi River Folklore

a) Maps of the Mississippi River Valley and its tributaries (2 copies).

b) Excerpts from a book (xerox copy).

c) Chapter 13, The Jetties unidentified book about the Mississippi River (xerox copy).

d) "Floating Towns," Recollections of the Past Ten Years, 1826 (xerox copy)

e) "A Treasury of Mississippi River Folklore" (xerox copy).

f) "A Treasury of Mississippi River Folklore" (xerox copy).

g) Partial bibliography, outline, and notes on Mississippi River Folklore (xerox copy).

h) Excerpts from a book pertaining to Mississippi River Folklore (xerox copy).

i) "Kings of the River and the River Country" (xerox copy).

j) "A Treasury of Mississippi River Folklore" (xerox copy).

k) Excerpts from a book on Mississippi River Folklore" (xerox copy).

Folder 6 -Louisiana Council for Music and Performing Arts

a) Invitation to a reception honoring Senor Carlos Montoya, April 23,1974.

b) Invitation to the opening Gala "Swan Lake," March 21, 1974.

c) Booklet of programs and activities, 1972-73.

d) Highlights of Programs and Projects, 1973-1974.

e) Memorandum to members of the Local Chapter of the LCMPA from Henry Mentz, concerning reservation for the dinner at the Plimsoll Club, March 10, 1971.

f) A list of names and addresses.

Folder 7 -Louisiana Council for Social Studies

a) Newsletter from Louisiana Council for Social Studies, January, 1981.

b) Newsletter from Louisiana Council for Social Studies, June, 1982.

c) Louisiana Council for Social Studies, Candidates for LCSS Offices, 1982- 1983.

d) Corresponding letter from Deidre R. Foreman, concerning information about directory containing the name, addresses, and phone numbers of the members on the executive board, 1/ 30/81.

e) Corresponding letter from Larry Byrnes, concerning Annual State Conference to be held in Baton Rouge, August 23, 1982.

f) Form for the LCSS Annual State conference, October 8-9, 1982.

Folder 8 -Architecture

a) New Orleans Architectural Tour of the Irish Channel.

b) New Orleans Architectural Tour of the Lower Garden District.

c) A report on different slide shows for different sites, eg. Canadian House West Indian House, Le Buteux view of Biloxi, and etc. (2 copies).

d) Louisiana Architecture with different styles.

e) "History of Architecture" by Robert W. Heck.

Folder 9 -Louisiana Architecture

a) "French Colonial Architecture of the Mississippi Valley" (2 xerox copies).

b) A quote from Francis X. Weiser's interesting "The Easter Book."

c) A partial report on southern Architecture homes (Porches & Galerie).

d) A report on Louisiana's history melting pot.

 

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Folder 10 -Louisiana Geography (maps)

a) General soil map of Tangipahoa Parish, December 1962.

b) Map indicating Louisiana annual precipitation and growing season, 1941.

c) Map of Louisiana's natural regions.

d) Map of Louisiana's major and minor regions.

e) Relief map of Louisiana.

f) Map of Louisiana parishes and boundaries.

g) Map of Louisiana place names.

h) Map labeling all the parishes of Louisiana.

i) Blank maps of Louisiana with the parishes outlined (13 copies).

j) Topographical map symbols sheet.

Folder 11 -Louisiana Geography

a) Outline of notes on weather and climate.

b) Outline on Nature of Louisiana's Coastal Area.

c) Outline of Coastal Resources of Louisiana.

d) Outline on Oysters.

e) Outline on Shrimp.

f) La. Wild Life and Fisheries, 1968-1969 Biennial Report, Division of Water Pollution Control.

g) Program for a picture poster illustrated talk on soil and water conservation in Louisiana.

h) Diagram of stool used in the discussion of Soil Conservation Program.

i) The land capability classification chart.

j) Program for a conservation workshop, June 25-26 and 29, 1970.

k) Instructions for life survival defense conservation demonstration kit.

l) Speech on Interrelationships of the Physical, Social, and Biological Sciences in Resource Conservation Planning.

m) Outline for the treatment of watersheds and community resources.

n) "Book shows Amazing Foresight [A Hand-Book of Louisiana Giving Geographical and Agricultural Features together with Crops that Can be Grown]" by Cora Schley, La Belle Louisiane.

Folder 12 -Louisiana Geography

a) An Outline for Teaching Conservation in Elementary School, 1966.

b) An Outline for Teaching Conservation in High School, 1970.

c) Soil Surveys, Their Interpretation & Use in Louisiana, 1965.

d) What is a farm conservation plan?, 1965.

Folder 13 -Archaeology: Regional Archaeology Map

Map for Regional Archaeologists who are available to meet with landowners who have sites on their property and to talk to educators, school groups, and other organizations about archaeology. (Louisiana is divided into 3 sections).

Folder 14 -Forts

a) Welcome to Fort Jesup Louisiana State Commemorative Area (2 copies).

b) "Keep Sheet-Louisiana Forts."

c) "Fort Massachusetts Rescued," Preservation News, Vol. XIV, No. 10, October 1974.

Folder 15 -Shadows-on-the-Teche

Pre-publication announcement of a New Regional Cookbook, November 30, 1982.

Folder 16 -Louisiana Dictionary of Biography

Sample entry in the Louisiana Dictionary of Biography.

 

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BOX 33

Folder 1 -Miscellaneous

a) "Variety And Ambiguity: The Recent Approach To Southern History" by Burl Noggle, Louisiana State University.

b) Russell B. Longs signature for the U. S. Senate Chamber's visitor's gallery for 97th Congress.

c) Latest Telegraph (xerox copy).

d) Census records for the Louisiana Parishes.

e) "A Religious Perspective on Modern Art" by John F. Hayward.

f) A shared vision religious liberty in the 21st century (brochure)

g) Frenier Beach, Hurricane Store Surge Revisited, by Samuel P. Landry, Jr., Waldemar S. Nelson and Co., Inc., Consultant, Volume 39, Number 4, July/August 1996.

h) Maps of Louisiana and list of counties and county seats and listing of businesses and homes in New Orleans (xerox copy).

Folder 2 -Miscellaneous

a) Travellers by Sea, by E. H. H. Archibald, National Maritime Museum, 1962.

b) Louisiana in the Civil War-A bibliography.

c) Louisiana Commemorates The Civil War Centennial, 1861-1961.

d) German Colonists of Roberts Coe, Louisiana, Their Ancestors, Children and Grandchildren, 1880-1980, compiled by Rev. Charles J. Zaunbrecher.

e) Algiers Point Association Presents The 1984 Tour of Homes

Folder 3 -Louisiana Association of Business Industry

a) Information about LABI (brochure).

b) Information on the annual membership dues for LABI (brochure).

Folder 4 -Louisiana Spotlight on Industry

a) Spotlight on industry, "Wyandotte's Move South," November 1962, Vol. 2, No. 12.

b) Spotlight on industry, "Industrial Development Conference," March 1963, Volume 3, No. 3.

c) Spotlight on industry, "Budget Report," May 1963, Volume 3, Number 5.

d) Spotlight on industry, "Seaway of the Future," June 1963, Vol. 3, No. 6.

e) Spotlight on industry, "Record Building: a Start," September 1963, Vol. 3, No. 7.

f) Spotlight on industry, "Focus on Space," November 1963, Volume 3, Number 8.

g) Spotlight on industry, December 1963, Volume 3, Number 9.

Folder 5 -Sugar Production

a) Questions on sugar refining, Colonial Sugars, Borden, Inc., Gravercy, LA.

b) History of Colonial Sugars, Borden, Inc., Gramercy, Louisiana.

c) Sugar Cane and Raw Sugar Manufacturing, Colonial Sugars, Gramercy Refinery.

Folder 6 -Nuclear Power in Louisiana

"Waterford 3..., Planning ahead for a growing economy."

Folder 7 -General Dynamics

b) Dedication of the General Dynamics Facility in Hammond, August 8, 1991 (2 programs).

a) General Dynamics Hammond Facility Open House Agenda, September 2, 1993 (2 copies).

c) Picture and information about General Dynamics (3 copies).

Folder 8 -Tobacco

Louisiana & Tobacco, A Chapter in America's Industrial Growth, The Tobacco Institute, 1973.

 

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Folder 9 -Commercial Fishing in Louisiana

a) "Careers Commercial Fishing in Louisiana"

b) "The Bluegill."

c) "The Louisiana Shrimp Story."

d) "The Louisiana Oyster Story."

e) "Mangaing Farm Fishponds."

f) "The Alligator GAR."

g) "Freshwater Commercial Fishing in Louisiana."

h) "The Coastal Marshes."

i) "Water Pollution. . .in the past and in the Sixties."

j) "Crabbing. . . and Crabs."

Folder 10 -Information on Louisiana Cemeteries

a) Commemorative Parks From Abandoned Public Cemeteries, a legal report, U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

b) Letter from Lamar Logan, Chairman, an Auxiliary Board of the Foundation for Historical Louisiana to Friends about Historic Magnolia Cemetery, dated July 22, 1988.

c) Magnolia Cemetery from the Foundation for Historical Louisiana (brochure).

d) Letter from Catie R. Rubba to C. Howard Nichols, concerning information on cemeteries in Louisiana; Answer from C. Howard Nichols to Catie R. Rubba.

e) Invitation to a walking tour in Metairie Cemetery Heritage Trail, April 30, 1980.

f) A map of the Metairie Cemetery.

g) "A Brief History of Metairie Cemetery," Consultant, Vol. 28, No. 2, February 1985.

h) "Historical Tours of the Churches, Cemeteries Shrines, & and old homes, Musicana Shrine & Church Tours, 1987.

i) "Shades of the Past" Program for the presentation of historic figures of significance in the history of East Feliciana Parish who are at rest in the Clinton Confederate Cemetery,.

j) New Orleans Cemeteries, Term paper by Thomas Gautreaux, in LA History class, Spring 1973.

Folder 11 -New Madrid Earthquakes

a) The Great New Madrid Earthquake, 1811-12.

b) "I Was There!" eyewitness accounts by Survivors of the Worst Earthquake in American History, 1990.

c) New Madrid, "River Heritage Town," Founded 1789, Oldest American City West of the MS.

d) The Mississippi River, about river flowing upstream after the earthquake (xerox copy).

Folder 12 -Mississippi River

a) Explore Louisiana’s Deep Delta, Plaquemines Parish (brochure).

b) The Mississippi Connection: DuPont Rides the River" Dupont Context, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1980.

Folder 13 -Book on Louisiana

A Creole Legacy, The Clarisse Claiborne Grima Bequest by The Historic New Orleans Collection, 1988.

Folder 14 -Books

a) The Personal Eye by Clarence John Laughlin.

b) List of Books-Fiction based in part on Louisiana history, cat. no. 813 (2 copies).

 

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Folder 15 -St. Martinville

a) Guide to the statues of St. Martin de Tours.

b) Guide to the church of St. Martin de Tours.

c) Information sheet on La Maison Duchamp in St. Martinville, Louisiana.

d) Information from the tour of the church grounds.

e) Information for the self-guided tour of Mercy High School.

f) Tour information and map of St. Martinville.

g) Information and map for the tour of the Jungle Gardens of Avery Island.

Folder 16 -Agriculture: Agri-Dustrial Futurama

Ninth Annual Agri-Dustrial Futurama, SLC Coliseum, Hammond, LA, April 16-19, 1970, Crossroads of the Deep South, Our People and Progress (program).

Folder 17 -City of Hammond

a) Echoes of the Oaks and Pines, 1965 (2 brochures).

b) Informative paper on Peter Hammond (2 copies).

c) Paper on Peter Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish (2 copies).

d) Paper on Hammond, Louisiana.

e) Paper on Tangipahoa Parish.

f) Field Reconnaissance Report, Opportunities for Economic Growth in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, n. d..

g) "Charles Emery Cate: An Enterprising Town Developer" Sunday Advocate, January 23, 1966.

h) "Hammond, Louisiana" by Cynthia Hebert.

i) Post Card of Hammond Historical District.

Folder 18 -Independence Italian Festival Book

First Annual Festival Book for the Independence Italian Festival, April 29 & 30, 1983.

Folder 19 -Washington Parish Fair

a) Washington Parish Free 1983 Fair, Franklinton, Louisiana, Oct. 19-22, 1983 (brochure).

b) Washington Parish Free 1983 Fair, Franklinton, Louisiana, Oct. 19-22, 1983 (catalog).

c) Washington Parish Fair, Mile Branch Settlement 1979 (brochure).

d) Washington Parish Fair, Mile Branch Settlement, 1983 (brochure).

e) Washington parish Fair, Mile Branch Settlement, 1985 (brochure).

f) Washington Parish Free Fair, October, 1995 (program).

g) Half Moon Bluff Baptist Church (brochure)

Folder 20 -Garyville Northern Railroad

a) May 1929, Journal Voucher

b) One letter from Auditor and Traffic Manager.

Folder 21 -Lucius McGehee

The Life and Times of Lucius McGehee.(Paper).

Folder 22 -Tennessee Williams Literary Festival

Poster, March 26-28, 1993, New Orleans.

Folder 22 -War Ration Books

Clarence James Nichols and Clarence Howard Nichols.

Folder 24 -Black Research Information

a) Holdings of the Amistad Research Center, January 1977.

b) Manuscript sources in Louisiana Archival Repositories for study of history of La. blacks.

c) List of selected books, pamphlets, and articles on blacks and race relations in Louisiana.

 

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Folder 1 --Federal Arts Program

Notes on the New Deal Federal Arts Program (handwritten cards).

Folder 2 --Federal Arts Program

Notes on the New Deal Federal Arts Program (xerox copies).

Binder

1. Hammond Historical District Revitalization Master Plan, prepared by Laurie Moon Chauvin., 1980.

2. Hammond Historic district Commission Historic Buildings Survey, 1981.

3. Historic Preservation District Guidelines, February 16, 1998.

 

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BOX 35

Folder 1 -Jefferson Parish

a) Jefferson Parish Tourist Guide (Pamphlet).

b) Photograph of a sing, 5" x 7".

c) The Jefferson Parish Yearly Review, 1974-1975.

Folder 2 -Lafayette, Louisiana

Brochures

a) Allons à Lafayette, Let’s Go To Lafayette.

b) Acadiana Tour Guide.

c) Acadiana Tour Guide, A Self-Guided Tour of Lafayette and the surrounding area.

d) Lafayette Sight-seeing.

e) Acadian Village, A Museum of Acadian Heritage and Culture.

f) Vermilionville, Come Live the Cajun Creole Adventure (2 copies)

g) Les Musees de Lafayette.

h) Lafaette Louisiana: Food and fun in French!

i) Dining in Acadiana

j) Lafayette Howard Johnson’s.

k) Lafayette, Holiday Inn.

l) Lafayette Best Western Motor Inn.

m) Lafayette The Sheraton Acadiana Hotel.

n) Convention Serverces, The Capital of French Louisiana, Lafayette.

o) Discover Louisiana, Accommodations Guide, Louisiana Hotel-Motel Association.

p) Louisiana a dream state, Vacation Fun Map.

q) Allons à Lafayette, The Capital of French Louisiana, bumper sticker.

r) Le guide, What’s Happening in Acadiana, March 1993.

s) The USL Alumni Conference Center.

t) Paper place mat from Don's Seafood & Steak House.

u) 1982 Beau Cajun Calendar.

v) Lafayette Accommodations.

w) Map of Lafayette.

x) Letter from Lafayette’s mayor to La. Historical Association Board Members, March 3, 1982.

y) Letter from Pres. of Convention Center to La. Hist. Assoc. Board Members, March 2, 1982.

z) Letter from Chamber of Commerce to La. Hist. Assoc. Committee Members, March 2, 1982.

aa) Ordering Information for Handbook of the American Frongier, Vol. I, by J. Norman Heard.

Folder 3 -Lake Charles, Louisiana

Welcome to Cajun Fun Country (brochure).

Folder 4 -St. Tammany Parish Heritage Celebration

a) Our Heritage Celebration, Linking Learning to Life, April 19, 1986 (brochure).

b) Invitation to Our Heritage Celebration, April 19, 1986.

c) Request form for press coverage.

d) School topics and information for the Heritage Celebration, 1985.

e) Memo from Slidell Curriculum Enrichment Center, Curriculum Specialists, October 18, 1985.

f) Florida Parishes Folklife Survey Spring, 1983" by C. Howard Nichols.

g) Louisiana’s Florida Parishes: A Bibliography" compiled by C. Howard Nichols.

h) Our Heritage Celebration, A Bibliography, A Sampling of Printed Resources prepared by Florel Harrison, Susan Fountain.

 

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Folder 5 -General New Orleans Area

a) Map of New Orleans and Vicinity, September 1948.

b) Transit guide and street map of New Orleans

c) Book of post cards

d) 2 post cards with information about the view of New Orleans form St. Patricks Tower

e) Presidential edition, 1988 Republican National Convention card

f) Walking Tour, Through the Vieux Carré (2 copies)

g) The Personalities of New Orleans, by H. Van R. Chase, Gen. Manager, Assoc. of Commerce.

h) Poster of Walking Tour, Through the Vieux Carré.

i) Poster of There is so much to see in South Louisiana.

j) The New Orleanian, October 1961.

k) Mankind, The Magazine of Popular History, Vol. 4, No. 8, August 1974.

l) A list of Telephone Subscribers, New Orleans Telephonic Exchange, December 1879.

m) "The future of Louisiana History," Address at Louisiana Tech University, May 17, 1977.

n) Advertisement for Ten Flags in the Wind, by Charles L. Dufour, 1967.

o) Four 1965 United States 5 cent stamps commemorating Battle of New Orleans.

Folder 6 -Port of New Orleans

Port of New Orleans Centennial, 1896-1996

, Supplement to New Orleans CityBusiness,

Folder 7 -U. S. Custom House

"A History of the U. S. Custom House at New Orleans," Survey of Federal Archives (xerox).

Folder 8 -Nature Center

Brown bag with Pelican’s Pouch, Louisiana Nature Center, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Northlake Museum and Nature Center (brochure).

Folder 9 -Natchez, Mississippi

a) Springfield Plantation, Fayette, Mississippi

b) History and Archaeology of Grand Village of the Natchez Indians.

c) A Tour of Grand Village.

d) House on Ellicott Hill, formerly Connelly’s Tavern.

e) Auburn, A National Historical Landmark (2 copies).

f) A Majesty Revealed, Historic Natchez on the Mississippi.

g) Historic Jefferson College (2 copies).

h) Rosalie, A National Historical Landmark overlooking the Mississippi River.

i) Natchez Pilgrimage, March 5-April 3, 1949.

j) Natchez fall Pilgrimage, October 5-25, 1996.

j) Cock of the Walk Restaurant.

k) Beauvoir, The Last Home of Jefferson Davis, Biloxi, Mississippi.

l) Invitation to Natchez Garden Club Fifth Annual Antiques Show and Sale, May 2-4, 1980.

m) Tourist map of Natchez

n) Pontiac Safari, Visiting Old Natchez and the Natchez Trace Parkway with Durham Pontiac-Cadillac, Inc., Vol. 9, No. 4, December 1968.

Folder 10 -McKinley High School

History of McKinley High School (paper).

 

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Folder 11 -Episcopal College Center

a) Letter from Ruth McGregor, April 11, 1974.

b) Minutes taken from a meeting, February 8, 1966.

c) Canterbury Corner, Issue 2, February 1, 1963 (2 copies).

d) Letter from Roy C. Bascom, Dept. of College Work, Grace Memorial Church, April 13, 1966.

e) Program from the Canterbury Club, n. d.

f) Letter from Mrs. A. Brown Moore, Episcopal Church, April 1, 1963.

g) Program from the Thirty-Seventh Commencement of SLU, May 9-19, 1962.

h) Program for Religious Emphasis Week, SLU, February 18-22, 1963.

i) Letter from Donald Carps, Chapel of the Holy Spirit, New Orleans, n. d.

j) Program for Holy Week Services, Episcopal Church at S. L. C.

k) For the Life of the World (brochure).

l) Canterbury Association Mailing List, SLC, Spring Semester 1962.

m) Memo from Harry H. Jones, Division of College Work, August 29, 1962.

n) Schedule for Canterbury Association, SLC, Fall 1962 Tentative.

o) Schedule for Canterbury Association, SLC, Fall 1962.

p) Nationwide Communion-Episcopalians on the Campus, October 17, 1962.

q) Minutes of the Department of College Work Meeting, May 1963.

r) Letter from Kenneth D. Posey, June 10, 1963.

s) Minutes Canterbury Convention, Camp Hardtner, March 30, 1963.

t) Proposed Constitution for the Canterbury Association of the Diocese of Louisiana.

u) Episcopal Student Center at Southeastern Louisiana College, n. d.

v) March Memo from Canterbury at S. L. C.

w) A Selected List Church Periodicals.

x) Letter from Mrs. A. Brown Moore, April 24.

y) The Canterbury Association at SLU.

z) Grace Memorial Church Episcopal, Adult Male Communicants in Good Standing for a Year.

Folder 12 -Restaurant Critics

A list of Restaurant critic from the Times Picayune, Gene Bourg, lists of favorites for 1990.

Folder 13 -Endowment for the Humanities

a) Overview of Endowment Programs, July 1990.

b) Cultural Vistas, Autumn, 1990

c) Program Guidelines, 1988-1990

Folder 14 -Exhibit Preparations

a) LLA Bulletin: Louisiana Library Association, Vol. 48, No. 4, Summer 1985 (xerox copy).

b) The Exhibit of Documents: preparation, matting & display techniques (xerox copy).

c) Preparing your exhibits: figures for miniature dioramas (xerox copy).

d) Construction Modular Furniture for exhibit mock-ups (xerox copy).

e) Constructing Life-Size Figures for the historical museum (xerox copy).

e) Exhibit Labels: a consideration of content (xerox copy).

f) Displaying your costumes: some effective techniques (xerox copy).

g) Preparing your exhibits: Case arrangement and design (xerox copy).

h) Designing your exhibits: seven ways to look at an artifact (xerox copy).

 

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Folder 15 -Louisiana Arts Slide Lending Library

Louisiana Arts Slide Lending Library, Volume 1, State Department of Education.

Folder 16 -Louisiana Arts Slide Lending Library

Louisiana Arts Slide Lending Library, volume 2, State Department of Education.

Folder

17. Voice of Victory, The Battle of Egypt, NY: British Information Services, 1943.

18. Winston Churchill, Prime Minister, Some Excerpts from Waretime Speeches, NY: British Information Services, December 1943.

19. John Britian, Postwar, NY: British Information Services, March 1946.

20. The Financial Affairs of McCarthy, New Republic, Vol. 128, No. 13, Washington, D. C., March 1953.

21. History as a Career, To Undergraduates Choosing A Profession. D. C: The American Historical Association, 1961.

 

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Folder 1 -Papers from the office of Charles D. Stuart

a) Promissory notes for $77.50.

b) Promissory notes for $500 being paid to the order of the Metropolitan Bank.

c) An account of amounts received from C. D. Stuart.

d) Letters to "Charlie" from Mr. Stuart (his father).

e) Florist bills and a brochure.

f) Sales receipt from Rice, Born & Co.

g) Deed.

h) Correspondences from the office of Bayne & Onorato concerning a book-keeping position.

i) Letter offering a job from Leland J. Henderson.

j) Promissory note for $587.38 being paid to Wallacewood.

k) Promissory note for $583.55 being paid to Wallacewood.

l) A blank legal document regarding property in Hancock County, Mississippi.

m) Inventory of papers and letters.

n) Receiving records from the office of Bayne & Onorato.

o) Monthly statement for the New Orleans Brewing Association.

p) Notice of collection from Dinkelspiel & Hart.

q) Ledger of collections received.

r) Statement of bills paid to New Orleans Brewing Association.

s) List of open accounts due the New Orleans Brewing Association.

Folder 2 -Sample Ballots

Folder 3 -Miscellaneous Legal Papers

a) Sample election ballots.

b) Official election ballots.

c) Instructions for commissioners requirements under the primary election laws.

d) Proposed Constitutional amendments voted on in 1946.

e) Tally sheet for election of 1935.

f) State of Mississippi affidavits.

g) State of Mississippi Grand Jury subpoena.

h) Lincoln County instanter subpoena.

i) Request for Issuance of Process for Witnesses.

j) Bond to keep the peace.

k) Circuit Court attachments.

l) Affidavit for witness certificate.

m) A Writ of Habeas Corpus.

n) Rules of the Circuit Court.

o) Warrant.

p) Suggestion for garnishment.

q) Civil subpoena.

r) Voters registrar.

s) Tally sheet for the sixth Congressional district.

t) Witness certificate.

u) Form of application to be a registered voter.

v) General election card of instructions.

w) Sheriff's race propaganda.

 

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Folder 3 -Miscellaneous Legal Papers Continued

x) Affidavit and application for ballots for absent voters.

y) Card of instructions for the guidance of voters and commissioners.

z) Senate bill no. 13.

aa) Instructions for absentee voting.

bb) Flier for Frank Edwards, candidate for sheriff.

cc) House bill No. 173 by Mr. Eubank (2 copies).

Folder 4 -Miscellaneous Papers

a) Program from a production of the Wizard of Oz.

b) Picture of Ormond.

c) Invitation to a reception in honor of the Fete Nationale Francaise.

d) The Old US Mint (brochure).

e) Speech given at a teacher’s workshop at Mandeville High, September 26, 1980.

f) Speech for the Development Foundation.

g) Copy of a letter written at the time of President Lincoln’s assassination.

h) Ray Balisteri for councilman flier.

i) Information on the Festival De Marigny.

j) Information for an exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

k) Tour Guide for Historic Washington Louisiana.

l) Copy of pages from the Tourism, Business and Professional Directory.

m) Layouts of additions to Hammond area schools.

n) System map from the Louisiana Power & Light Company.

o) Jimmy Morrison Room Dedication Speech

Folder 5 -Cultural Resources Survey

Cultural Resources Survey and Testing, Bayou L' ours Shoreline Protection and Marsh Restoration Project, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, by Stephanie L. Perrault and Charles E. Pearson, Final Report, Coastal Environments, May 1994.

Folder 6 -Southeastern Louisiana University Retrospect

a) Retrospect, Volume 1 No. 1, July 1981.

b) Retrospect, Volume 1 No. 2, October 1981.

c) Retrospect, Volume 1 No. 4, January 1982.

d) Retrospect, Volume 1 No. 5, March 1982.

e) Retrospect, Volume 1 No. 6, June 1982.

f) Retrospect, January 1984.

g) Retrospect, February 1984.

h) Retrospect, June-July, 1984.

i) Retrospect, October 1984 (2 copies).

j) Retrospect, September 1984.

k) Retrospect, November 1984.

l) Retrospect, January-February 1985.

m) Retrospect, March 1985.

n) Retrospect, May-June 1985.

o) Retrospect, May-June 1985.

p) Retrospect, September 1985.

q) Retrospect, October 1985.

 

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Folder 6 -Southeastern Louisiana University Retrospect

r) Retrospect, November 1985.

s) Retrospect, December 1985.

t) Retrospect, January-February 1986.

u) Retrospect, March 1986.

v) Retrospect, April 1986.

w) Retrospect, July-August 1986.

x) Retrospect, July-August 1986.

y) Retrospect, September 1986.

z) Retrospect, November 1986.

aa) Retrospect, December 1986.

bb) Retrospect, January-February 1987.

cc) Retrospect, March 1987.

dd) Retrospect, May 1987.

ee) Retrospect, June-July 1987.

ff) Alumni News bulletin, Vol. XIII, No. 2, March 1969.

gg) Alumni News, volume 27, number 2, Summer 1983.

hh) Southeastern Alumni News, spring 1984.

ii) Southeastern Alumni News, spring 1985.

Folder 7 -Elderhostel

a) 1981 Elderhostel program at SLU.

b) Elderhostel information for 1983.

c) Program for the 1995 Elderhostel gathering.

d) Two pictures from the Elderhostel class, 1991.

e) "Elderhostel gets younger" by the Associated Press.

f) Chronology chart for Antebellum Louisiana.

g) Information brochure for San Juan Inn Montrose, Colorado.

h) Letter from Zuma F. Magee , June 25, 1985.

i) Letter from Janet and Franklin Young, January 19, 1989.

j) Letter from Virginia Semler, June 29, 1989.

k) Thank you card from Anne Mitchell, June 10, 1990.

l) Letter from Bill Lamkton, June 20, 1990.

m) Letter from Gerald F. Guidroz about teaching Elderhostel, September 27, 1990

n) Letter from Wint Capel, October 17, 1990.

o) Thank you card from Barbara Glicksberg, October 20, 1990.

p) Letter from Gerald F. Guidroz about teaching non-credit course, January 28, 1991.

q) Letter from Jane Squier, Fall 1991.

r) Letter from Fleming and Sybel Keefer, March 16, 1988.

z) Thank you note from Annette Gillaspie about Elderhostel, October 25, 1988.

 

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Folder 1 -History Class 202, 408, 411

a) Class Handouts for History 202.

b) Class Handouts for History 408.

c) Final Examination for History 408, Spring 1983.

d) Class Handouts for History 411.

Folder 2 -History 321

a) Syllabus for History 321, Spring Semester, 1986.

b) Class notes on the Church and state in Colonial Louisiana

c) New Orleans Fortification.

d) Class Handout Materials for Louisiana History, History 321.

e) Sample Test Papers for regular semesters and summer sessions.

f) A History of French Louisiana by Marcel Giraud (paper).

Folder 3 -History 481 (Negro History)

a) Martin Luther King Foundation, Inc.

b) Advertisement for Xerox (television program starring Cicely Tyson).

c) Class notes: Major units in American Negro History.

d) Class notes: Unit XII: World War I and the Prosperity Decade.

e) Class notes: Unit XIII Depression and the New Deal.

Folder 4 -History 511

a) Class lecture notes.

b) Syllabus.

c) Book review-TEN FLAGS IN THE WIND.

d) History 511, letter to students concerning course.

e) Regional Branches of the National Archives (brochure).

f) The Historic New Orleans Collection (brochure).

g) Louisiana History Bibliography.

h) Class handouts for History 511.

Folder 5 -Speeches Given by Howard Nichols

a) Speech given at a Phi Kappa Phi Dinner.

b) Speech given at a book club meeting.

c) Speech given at a D.A.R. meeting

d) Eulogy for Alex Berey.

e) Speech on storytelling.

f) Presentation of a speaker, speaking about Walker Percy.

g) Eulogy for Roy E. Hyde given by Howard Nichols, 1995.

h) Eulogy for Dr. Luther Edward Chandler, 1992.

i) Remembering Vonnie Borden, a speech.

j) Address given at the dedication of the Linus A. Sims Memorial Library, 1986.

k) Arbor Day ceremony remarks given by Howard Nichols.

l) Eulogy for Dr. Luther Edward Chandler, May 2, 1992 at First Baptist Church, Hammond, LA.

m) "Looking the Southeastern Lion in the Mouth or Institutional Assessment."

n) "SLU in Retrospect and Prospect," at Methodist & Presbyterian Stud. Assoc., Apr. 25, 1971.

o) Speech to St. Tammany Board of Realtors, "Reflections on the Gold Coast," Nov. 15, 1994.

p) Introductory speech for Fanfare Program for Dr. William Ferris.

q) Address to the Board of Trustees of State Colleges and Universities in B. R., July 12, 1991.

 

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Folder 6 -Southeastern Louisiana University Campus Correspondence

a) Memo about Dr. Sidney Hook, February 27, 1975.

b) Memo from James Wilcox about Batson Grant Committee, March 11, 1974.

c) Memo from James Wilcox about the Batson Grant Committee, October 20, 1976.

d) Memo from James Wilcox about the Batson Grant Committee, March 1, 1977.

e) Memo from James Wilcox about the Batson Grant Committee, March 28, 1977.

f) Memo to James Wilcox about the Batson Grant Committee, November 15, 1977.

g) A copy of the memo to James Wilcox from Howard Nichols, November 15, 1977.

h) Memo from James Wilcox about the Batson Grant Committee, July 11, 1978.

i) Memo from Randy Webb about faculty research proposals for 1979-1980, March 20, 1979.

j) Notes from Clark Forrest about box companies, November 7, 1979.

k) Memo from Randy Webb about Strawberry Industry Project, July 17, 1980.

l) Memo to the faculty from Randy Webb about Call for Proposals, November 20, 1980.

m) Letter from James McCorkle, Jr. about strawberry industry paper given, December 5, 1980.

n) Transcript for a transfer student from 1980.

o) Memo from Sidney Romero regarding summer sabbaticals, January 9, 1981.

p) Memo from Randy Webb about Call for Proposals, January 9, 1981.

q) Memo to the faculty from Randy Webb about Proposal Readers, January 13, 1981.

r) Memo from Randy Webb about student labor for strawberry project, January 19, 1981.

s) Memo from Randy Webb regarding the strawberry history project gramt, April 8, 1981.

t) Memo from Randy Webb about Results of SLU-Sponsored Research, September 9, 1981.

u) Memo from Dr. W. David Watts about Thirteen Club budget, February 24, 1992.

v) Memo to HIGO Faculty from Dr. Roman Heleniak about university goals, February 25, 1992.

w) Memo to Faculty from David Watts about Annual Honors Convocation, March 11, 1992

x) Memo to Faculty from Harriet Vogt about Scholar/Artist in Residence, October 10, 1990.

y) Memo to Faculty about Self-Evaluations, April 6, 1987.

Folder 7 -Southeastern Louisiana University Invitations and Programs

a) Invitation to the Inauguration of James Larry Crain as President, October 17, 1981.

b) Program for Homecoming 1981's Gala Concert at inauguration of Crain, October 16, 1981.

c) Copy of the processional order for the 1975 winter graduation ceremonies.

d) Program for Dr. Clea E. Parker Testimonial Dinner, July 18, 1980.

e) Recital Hall Opening, Sculpture: "Cantabile," June 16, 1983.

f) Program, "The Longs of Louisiana," September 8-15, 1985.

g) Issues in Education, A Gubernatorial Forum, September 25, 1995.

h) Program for the Phi Kappa Phi Fortieth Anniversary Spring Banquet, April 26, 1996.

i) Program for Dr. Joy Jackson's Memorial Service at St. Paul Lutheran Church, June 10, 1996.

j) Invitation to Dr. G. Warren Smith's reception, June 5, 1995.

k) Department of Music special Events from the 1998 Encore! Spring Concert Series.

l) Invitation to an unveiling of a bust of James H. Morrison, March 9, 1997.

m) Instructions for commencement exercises and a program, December 11, 1993.

n) Announcement for reception at Clark Hall Gallery, James Greene Campbell, Feb. 23, 1976.

o) Academic Procession for the winter commencement of December 22, 1983.

p) Academic procession for fall commencement of December 16, 1989.

q) Invitation to commencement and inauguration of G. Warren Smith, December 19, 1987.

r) Invitation to a retirement reception, May 7, 1984.

 

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Folder 7 -Southeastern Louisiana University Invitations and Programs Continued

s) Program on the salute to Patrick Settoon, February 9, 1990.

t) Program, memorial service of Dr. Michael Fanning at Music Recital Hall, June 25, 1993.

u) Program for the groundbreaking ceremonies of the new library, 1982.

v) Invitation to a reception honoring Ron and Nancy Laccari, May 14, 1996.

w) Program and instructions for the commencement exercises of December 16, 1989.

x) Memorial service program for Opal Carl, 1991.

y) Program for the dedication of the John Long Jackson College Center, 1965.

z) Pamphlet on the contributions of D. Vickers to SLU.

aa) Invitation to a party on October 3, 1982.

bb) Program for The 9th Annual Academic Honors Convocation, May 1, 1997

Folder 8 -SLU History

a) Memo from Charlotte Bennett with copy of SLU History, September 16, 1991.

b) Notes from a thesis on Southeastern's history.

c) Letter from Howard Nichols to Barbara Turner concerning the president of SLU, 1993.

d) Memo from Howard Nichols to the Development Foundation Staff, 1996.

e) Photocopies from books concerning the history of Southeastern.

f) Pages 48-69 of the records of graduates from Southeastern.

g) Poem entitled "The Cremation of Sam McGee" written by Robert Service.

h) Brochure and advertisement for Southeastern and the surrounding area.

i) Southeastern Louisiana University brochure.

Folder 9 -Vonnie Borden

a) Memo from Felix Laiche about Borden Dedication Ceremonies, March 22, 1984.

b) Program for the dedication ceremony for the Vonnie Borden Lecture Theater, March 17, 1984 (6 copies).

c) Thank you note to Nichols from Donna Gay Borden, March 19, 1984.

d) Program for "A Streetcar Named Desire" by SLU, March 14-17, 1984.

e) Speech written by Nichols used at the ceremony.

f) Listing of Vonnie Borden's resume.

g) Final draft of the ceremony speech, Remembering Vonnie Borden.

h) Program for the awarding of the Vonnie Borden Scholarship, January 25, 1983.

Folder 10 -Alumni

a) "Deviney heads alumni group," article cut from a newspaper, n. d.

b) Memo from Jack Masburn about Southeastern Development Foundation, April 7, 1967.

c) Letter from George Bonnell, director of alumni services, April 7, 1967.

d) Letter to George Bonnell concerning the alumni banquet of 1967, April 5, 1967.

e) Fifty year reunion program, Alumni Association, May 19, 1995.

Folder 11 -SLU

a) Letter to the selection committee on behalf of Nichols for the humanities distinguished professor's chair from Jerome J. Salomone, March 30, 1995.

b) Proposal for a theme for the endowed professorship in Humanities.

c) Letter from Mary Sanders concerning Nichols' lecture for the Old State Capitol Associates.

d) Minutes from the Southeastern Development Foundation from December 1983.

e) Minutes from the Library Committee Meeting for December 1983.

f) Minutes from the Faculty Senate meeting of December 1983.

 

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Folder 11 -SLU Continued

g) Minutes from the Faculty Senate meeting of February 1984.

h) Memo from David McCormick regarding the scholar-in-residence program, January 4, 1984.

i) Memo from Donald Boeckman regarding head counts for fall semesters, March 24, 1992.

j) Guidelines for the Medical Professions Fund, March 25, 1982.

k) Map of New Roads (hand drawn).

l) Letter from Howard Nichols to Dr. Smith, September 18, 1989.

Folder 12 -SLU Correspondence

a) Letter from W. Henson Moore about the federal agency locating W.P.A. art, August 30, 1976.

b) Letter from Joseph Simon congratulating Nichols on being selected as the recipient of the first professorship at Southeastern, September 1, 1995.

c) Memo to John Miller about the Woman's Hospital Distinguished Professorship, May 15, 1998.

d) Letter from Sally Clausen concerning the Fanfare Advisory Council, June 1, 1998.

e) Letter from Buddy Roemer acknowledging receipt of a letter from Nichols, May 26, 1988.

f) Letter from Garic Barranger to Harriet Vogt concerning Fanfare, January 3, 1990.

g) Letter from George Davis congratulating Nichols on an article, May 5, 1995.

h) Letter from Tom Matheny inviting the Nichols' to commencement, December 4, 1998.

i) Letter from David McCormick about Linda Kentzel Miller, November 29, 1998.

j) Nichols' retirement notice to Sally Clausen, February 11, 1998.

k) Letter to Buddy Roemer concerning teacher pay increases, January 11, 1989.

l) Letter to Sally Clausen concerning the LPA convention, February 26, 1997.

m) Letter from Harriet Vogt concerning Fanfare, October 13, 1997.

n) Letter of congratulations from James Morrison on Professor of the Year, Sept. 23, 1991.

o) Letter from Sally Clausen concerning Nichols' retirement, July 16, 1998.

p) Letter from James Morrison thanking Nichols for returning some papers.

q) Letter to Sally Clausen about President’s Award for Excellence for Research, March 5, 1997.

r) Letter to committee for President’s Award for Excellence for Research, April 13, 1998.

s) Letter to Nichols from Felix Laiche about Tinsley history, November 2, 1983.

t) Report on Southeastern and Performance self-evaluation to James A. Caillier, July 14, 1993.

u) Memo to Library Staff Members from Friends of SLC Library, April 2, 1970.

v) Letter from Bennett H. Wall to C. Howard Nichols, April 23, 1979.

w) Letter from Bennett Wall to St. Board of Regents about MA Hist. Program, Oct. 30, 1979.

x) Letter to history professors concerning a house and some of its history, August 25, 1977.

Folder 13 -SLU Humanities Endowment

a) Application for the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities Minigrant.

b) General description of the NEH

c) General Distinguishing Teaching Professorship

d) Institutional Fact Summary to David Watts from Anna T. Weggener, October 16, 1990.

e) Southeastern Louisiana University, revenue/expenditure data.

f) Proposal for Distinguished Professorship in the College of Arts and Sciences.

g) Memo to David Watts from Nichols about a grant, September 10, 1990.

h) Memo from David Watts to Ms. Charlotte Hill about Endowed Chairs, September 28, 1990.

i) Application for SLU Development Foundation

j) Distinguished Professorship in Humanities Teaching.

k) Identification of Arts and Science Chair Donors.

 

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Folder 14 -Miscellaneous

a) Card from Ms. Patricia Pertailion about CASE honor, November 11, 1991.

b) Letter from Marha Carr about Magnolia Mound Plantation Antebellum Study, July 11, 1983.

c) Procedure for obtaining a Historic Maker.

d) Letter to Mike Varnado from Mark Solomon about position with State Parks, Nov. 23, 1982.

e) Chronology, Occupation of SLU property by Tangipahoa Parish School Board, Mar 30, 1990.

f) Program for the Academic Achievement Breakfast for Hammond High School, May 16, 1995.

g) A Moral Imperative, The Times-Picayune, October 27, 1988 (fax copy).

h) Benediction for commencement exercises of December 15, 1973.

i) Announcement of Larry Munger's death from Barbara L. McCormick, April 16, 1996.

j) Note from LaGrange College asking for copy of eulogy given by Nichols, July 15, 1998.

k) St. Tammany Historical Society Newsletter, January 1999.

l) Letter from James Morrison thanking Nichols for returning various papers, Nov. 11, 1997.

m) Pamphlet promoting Nichols for school board.

n) Feast of St. Joseph, Labor of Love by the Faithful, by Karen Warren.

o) Letter to Mr. Nichols from Zip (DeViney’s), September 11, 1980.

p) Letter Willie M. Prophit about Hammond Historic District, July 29, 1980.

q) List of the cultural and historic sites of Hammond.

r) Photocopy of a picture of Jean Baptiste Le Moyne.

s) Copy of a letter written as a joke.

t) Map of Cate Addition.

u) Mansion Decked out for Christmas [Blythewood Plantation], Daily Star, December 7, 1994.

v) SLU Student Magazines, October 18, 1990, A call for Student Papers for the Pick.

w) David M. Crowe, Jr.'s resume.

Folder 15 -Howard Nichols

a) Resume, C. Howard Nichols, February 1, 1986.

b) Professor of the Year Entry Instruction form.

c) 1992 U.S. Professor of the Year Program (pamphlet).

d) Letter of Nomination from G. Warren Smith, May 30, 1990.

e) Letter of Nomination from Bryan L. Schisler, May 10, 1990.

f) Letter of Nomination from Linda Still, May 22, 1990.

g) Letter of Nomination from Jerome J. Salomone, May 10, 1990.

h) Letter of Nomination from David C. McCormick, May 25, 1990.

i) Letter of Nomination from Sedley M. Font, May 25, 1990.

j) Letter of Nomination from Paul L. Gaston, May 10, 1990.

k) Card from Paul & Ellen congratulating Nichols on his CASE award, December 11, 1991.

l) Card and newspaper article from Gary Sandifer congratulating Nichols on his CASE award.

m) Card from Sheryn T. Villemez congratulating Nichols on his CASE award.

n) Letter from R. M. Labbé congratulating Nichols on his CASE award, November 4, 1991.

o) Letter from James B. Appleberry congratulating Nichols on his CASE award, Nov. 14, 1991.

p) Letter from Daniel Caffrey congratulating Nichols on his CASE award, November 21, 1991.

q) Letter from James E. Smith, congratulating Nichols on his Case award, November 11, 1991.

r) Letter of recommendation from John Roberts Williams to Dr. Warren Smith, April 15, 1986.

 

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Folder 16 -Letters of Recommendation

a) Letter from Nancy Douglas Chutz asking for a recommendation, January 8, 1971.

b) Letter from Nancy Douglas Chutz asking for a recommendation, January 8, 1971.

c) Resume for Nancy Chutz.

d) Letter of support written for Nancy Chutz, 1971.

e) Letter to from the Bogalusa School System regarding Stephanie Spiers, September 22, 1970.

f) Letter of recommendation for Celene Short Addison, n. d.

g) Confirmation letter concerning the evaluation of William Franklin Sherman, October 13, 1970.

h) Letter from Albert Robichaux asking for a letter of recommendation, June 9, 1970.

i) Letter to Clark Allen in support of Roe Marie Lobue, November 4, 1968.

j) Letter to Arthur Harkins in support of Carolyn Solomon, n. d.

k) Letter to Rene Nesbitt in support of Margaret Jane Bickham, November 15, 1971.

l) Letter of support written for Paul Werner to the LSU Dept. of Theater, n. d.

m) Law school recommendation form for Walter L. Perkins, January 20, 1972.

n) Letter from Walter Perkins asking for recommendation School of Law, January 20, 1972.

o) Letter of recommendation for Jim Stayton, n. d.

p) Confirmation of recommendation of F. James Stayton, February 17, 1972.

q) Letter of support written for Jerry Medicus, May 8, 1972.

r) Letter endorsing the application of James Carrington to Loyola Law School, March 27, 1974.

s) Letter from M. L. Johnson asking for a letter of recommendation, April 4, 1974.

t) Letter to Ruth Lindsey on behalf of Marion Johnson, April 6, 1974.

u) Letter of recommendation for Reginald Badeaux to Loyola Law School, January 28, 1981.

v) Letter to Fr. Banick for recommendation of Robert Scamardo, March 25, 1982.

w) Letter to Mr. Garrett at SLU recommending Mrs. Courtney Miller, October 7, 1981.

 

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BOX 38

Folder 1 -American Association of Physicists in Medicine Conference-AAPM

a) Letter from June Soniat, August 6, 1982.

b) Letter from Mrs. Rene Smith, August 16.

c) Overall evaluations for the AAPM.

d) Program for the AAPM meeting, June 26-30, 1982.

e) Campus correspondence from Randy Moffett, November 3, 1981.

f) Campus correspondence from David Blackwell, August 24, 1982.

g) Letter to AAPM Summer School Participants, March 24, 1982.

Folder 2 -Correspondence-Letters

a) Letter from Bebout about a opy of Louisiana State Library film catalog, March 3, 1980.

b) Letter from Steve Martin about regrets for not attending Nichols wedding, August 3, 1975.

c) Letter from Steve Martin about visitation and gift, April 3, 1974.

d) Campaign stickers from Bob Jones, Governor (2 copies).

e) Christmas Card from the Bob Joneses, December 18, 1975.

f) Campaign Newsletter (2 copies).

g) Letter from Bob Jones about visit to Hammond, May 29, 1975.

h) Letter from Bob Jones about visit to Hammond and encouraging reception, June 17, 1975.

i) Letter of appreciation for participation in Pine Street Beautification Committee from Paul M. Marek, with notes from meeting, members' addresses and telephone numbers, membership requirements, and agenda, March 4, 1992.

j) Letter to Larry Crain from David Treen thanking him for his hospitality and books [Tangipahoa Crossings], December 20, 1982.

k) Memo from Ronald M. Zaccari about enjoyment of Tangipahoa Crossings, February 7, 1980.

l) Letter from Jim about Tangipahoa Crossings, December 11, 1979.

m) Letter from George Bonnell congratulating Nichols on recognition at Zemurray Lodge, December 10, 1979.

n) Letter from Carol Blanchard concerning a newspaper article, December 3, 1981.

o) Letter from Tom Matheny about appreciation for a Birthday card, July 1, 1997.

p) Letter from James Morrison about victory in campaign, November 9, 1990.

q) Letter from James Morrison with complimentary tickets to Shadowcreek, March 5, 1990.

r) Letter from J. Lincoln De Villier with a copy of a check and response form, October 15, 1992.

s) Letter to constituents from Representative Roemer about running for governor.

t) Letter from Carolyn Fairchild Fineran with article about Old Mandeville Bakery, July 12, 1996.

u) Letter from Karen thanking Nichols for letter, September 27, 1988.

v) Letter from James Brady about being outstanding alumnus for 1988, August 25, 1988.

w) Letter from A. R. Blossman, Jr. about Distinguished Professorship, May 15, 1995.

x) Letter from James H. Wilcox congratulating hime for recognition, May 24, 1995.

y) Letter from Henson Moore about Internal Revenue Department, August 20, 1981.

z) Letter from JoAnne Cole about serving as Humanities Scholar, n. d.

aa) Letter from Belle at the University of Alabama about enjoying visit, August 12, 1983.

bb) Letter from someone at St. Joseph Seminary College, February 27, 1989.

cc) Letter from Carole Corkern, September 22, 1998.

dd) Letter to Enid from Lydel Sims thanking her for an autographed copy of Tangipahoa Crossings (then sent to Nichols), n. d.

ee) Letter from Henry [Mentz] about updating "Recollections of Hammond", October 7, 1992.

 

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BOX 38 Continued

Folder 2 -Correspondence-Letters Continued

ff) Letter from James Brady thanking him for special evening, May 22, 1995.

gg) Letter from James Brady about school board election, October 18, 1994.

hh) Letter from George E. Brown congratulating Nichols, May 4, 1995.

ii) Letter from Helen Brown about Tangipahoa Crossings, March 12, 1980.

jj) Letter from Jeff Bennett thanking Nichols for nominating him to Thirteen Club, n. d.

kk) "Letter from Allen B. Pierson to Howard and Sue concerning an election, August 29, 1978.

ll) Letter to Mrs. Novoa from Nichols about Garden Club Award, March 9, 1971.

mm) Letter from Tom Matheny about Tangipahoa Crossings, December 3, 1979.

Folder 3 -Correspondence-Invitations, Notes and Cards

a) Invitation to the opening of an art exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art, July 18, 1993.

b) Invitation to A Chef's Evening Under the Oaks, October 14, 1984.

c) Invitation to a reception honoring G. Warren Smith, June 5, 1995.

d) Invitation to a Farewell Reception for Dr. G. Warren Smith, June 29, 1995.

e) Invitation to a reception announcing publication of Tangipahoa Crossings.

f) Invitation to book signing of Tangipahoa Crossings, December 6, 1979.

g) Announcement of Ordination to Priesthood of Paul D. Counce, Aug. 24, 1979.

h) Invitation to a 40th Birthday Party of Ben C. Toledano, September 15, 1972.

i) Congratulations to Howard Nichols from Annabelle Armstrong, January 10, 1984.

j) Thank you note from the Rev. Peggy Walker about Gathered at the River, April 24, 1997.

k) Thank you note to Dr. Clausen and passed on to Nichols, June 17, 1997.

l) Card with a newspaper clipping, Daily Star, February 20, 1994, about Nichols, March 8, 1994.

m) Congratulations on book about Christ Church from Mrs. Robert Robinson, March 12, 1997.

n) Thank you note from Sidney Romero.

o) Note of appreciation to Mr. Nichols from Mary on Secretaries’ Day, April 26.

p) Note from Sally Clausen on Nichols' year-end report.

q) Note of appreciation to Howard Nichols and his wife from Mary Prince, July 17, 1983.

r) Thank you note for oranges as a birthday present from Milly, January 20, 1980.

s) Note from Suzanne Hughson about Nichols retirement, May 19, 1998.

t) Note from Mertie Lou Barnes about C. E. Cate’s books, March 21, 1995.

u) Note from Edna Campbell to about "A Hammond History Source Book," April 4, 1989.

v) Note concerning the purchasing of a VCR as a gift for Fr. Stolley, April 20, 1985.

w) Note from Citizen's National Bank to congratulate Professor Nichols on 25 years of teaching at Southeastern Louisiana University.

x) Note from a student informing Nichols of how much she enjoyed his class.

y) Birthday Note from Miriam Barranger.

z) Thank you card from Lillian Ruben, 1988.

aa) Thank you note from Caron Choate for rehearsal cocktail party, May 19.

bb) Note from Barbara Owens, 1998.

cc) Note from Gail about Distinguished Professor award, June 17, 1995.

dd) Note from Blanche Batson, 1989.

ee) Note from Rebecca Warchter about Distinguished Professor award, July 26, 1995.

ff) Postcard from C. Fineran, 1984.

gg) Thank you note from David, October 14, 1996.

hh) Note from Carol, 1995.

 

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BOX 38 Continued

Folder 3 -Correspondence-Invitations, Notes and Cards Continued

ii) Christmas card from Logan, December 21, 1994.

jj) Christmas card from Linda Still.

k) Christmas card from Bill and Helen Tuceling, December 1988.

l) Congratulations on getting married from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stolley, August 1975.

Government Leadership Institute at UNO

Folder

4. Government Leadership Institute at the University of New Orleans: Louisiana Excellence Program, General Session August 20-21, 1993.

5. Government Leadership Institute of the University of New Orleans: Louisiana Excellence Program, State Government Session, September 17-18, 1993.

6. Government Leadership Institute of the University of New Orleans: Louisiana Excellence Program, Local Government Session, November 12-13, 1993.

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BOX 39 Maps

Folder

1. Alabama Highway Map, 1974.

Official Highway Map, 1985-86.

2. Atlanta, Georgia Map, 1967.

3. Multi-states (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, 1955)

4. Louisiana:

Tangipahoa Parish map (brochure).

Louisiana map for divided sections for legislature (xerox copy).

Southeast Louisiana vicinity the Mouth of Mississippi River & New Orleans.

Degrees of Discovery: From New World to New Orleans, Historical New Orleans Collection (booklet of maps).

Map of the New Orleans vicinity around the Business District.

Louisiana map (blank xerox copy).

Map of Southeastern Louisiana University.

Louisiana Place Map on place mat from the Seafood World.

The Mississippi River with surrounding areas 1875 with references: Parish Church, Fort St. Charles, Fort St. John, Fort St. Ferdinand, Fort Burgundy, Fort St. Louis, Royal Magazine, Royal Hospital, Barracks, Government Building, Charity Hospital (xerox copy).

Map of southeast Louisiana around the vicinity of Kentwood, Angie, & Mississippi.

Undated/unsigned map from the State Land Office in Baton Rouge, by Blaise C. D'Antoni, 1984; areas extend from Clinton, Jackson, Tangipahoa (xerox copy).

Louisiana Highway Maps: 1972, 1977, 1981 (3 copies), 1986, 1988, n. d. (4 copies)

Tangipahoa Parish, City Maps & Street Guide.

Map of Amite, Hammond, Ponchatoula Map.

Map of Southeast Louisiana.

Map of West Feliciana Parish.

Map of Tensas Parish in Northeast Louisiana.

Map of LSU that was revised on January 18, 1932.

Map of the Gulf of Mexico.

Map of Historic Neighborhoods of New Orleans, A Field Guide to N. O. Architecture.

Map of the Territoire D'Orleans (xerox copy).

Map of the streets of New Orleans (xerox copy).

Map of the Creole City of New Orleans, Composite View showing the Original City, 1930.

Map of parts of New Orleans along the river (xerox copy).

Map of New Orleans' streets and suburbs (xerox copy).

Map of New Orleans and the mileage on some roads to a certain city.

5. Michigan State University Campus Guide, 1985-86.

Official Michigan Transportation Map, 1985.

6. Official Mississippi Highway Map, 1979.

Official Mississippi Highway Map, 1987.

7. The Great River Road (Mississippi River with surrounding states).

8. North Carolina Tour Map, 1966.

North Carolina Transportation Map, 1987.

Ashville, North Carolina, 1994.

9. U. S. Geological Survey, Cohoes, New York, 1926.

 

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BOX 39 Maps Continued

Folder

10. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1980.

11. Official Texas Highway Travel Map, 1978-78.

Official Texas Highway Travel Map, 1986.

Houston, Texas Street Map, 1976.

Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Street Map, n. d.

12. Bicentennial Map of the Southeast (Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania)

13. Multi-states (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia), 1966 (2 copies)

14. Southeaster States (Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee), 1975.

15. Multi-states (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi), 1968.

Multi-states (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi), 1974.

16. United States:

The Territorial Growth of the United States, September 1987.

B. Dalton's United States Mileage & Driving-Time Map.

Visiting Our Past: A Supplemental Guide to Selected Sites, 1977 (booklet).

Map of the Battle Royal For Spain's American Empire, Colonization and Trade in the New World, December 1977 (2 copies).

Cartocraft Desk Outline Map of Eastern United States and Newfoundland, published by Denoyer-Geppert Co., Chicago.

Hurricane Safety Precautions map from Citizens National Bank.

Map of The Louisiana Purchase (xerox copy).

Louisiana Purchase and Controversies 1803-1819 (large map).

17. Canada (Quebec and Newfoundland National Geographical Society), May 1980.

18. France, July 1989.

19. Atlantic Ocean, December 1955.

20. Western Hemisphere (one side); World Political Map (other side), April 1, 1990 (2 copies).

21. Washington D. C., 1989.

22. Delta Airlines System Route Map, April 1974.

23. Global Map: Endangered Earth, 1988

24. Blue Ridge Parkway (brochure): Free Vacation Map and Guide The Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee from the Blue Ridge to the Great Smokies.

 

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BOX 40

Folder

1. 1 Tape Reel: Southeastern History Project-St. Joseph Seminary (Libby Dahlestrom).

2. 116 individual slides of Southeastern and Miscellaneous.

3. Southeastern Louisiana College Student Handbook, 1966.

 

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BOX 41 Maps

a) T 6 S-R 14 E, Greensburg District, La.

b) T 8 - R 15 & 16 E, St. Helena District, La.

c) T 5 S - R 14 E, Greensburg District, La.

d) T 4 S - R 14 E, Greensburg District, La.

e) T 4 S - R 13 E, Greensburg District, La.

f) T 3 S - R 14 E, Greensburg District, La.

g) T 6 S - R 14 E, Greensburg District, La.

h) T 6 S - R 15 E, Greensburg District, La.

i) T 7 S - R 15 E, Greensburg District, La.

j) T 8 S - R 15 E, Greensburg District, La.

k) T 9 S - R 15 E, Greensburg District, La.

l) T 9 - R 16 E, St. Helena District, La.

m) T 10 - R 16 E, District East of the Island of New Orleans, West of the Pearl River.

n) T 1 S - R 14 E, Greensburg District, La.

o) T 2 S - $ 14 E, Greensburg District, La.

p) Louisiana East Area

q) Louisiana Southwest Area

r) Louisiana Northwest Area

s) Louisiana Central Area

t) Louisiana Central South Area

u) Louisiana Northeast Area

v) Louisiana Southeast Area

w) Land of the Teche - - - Cajun Trail (Route 13) and Acadiana Trail (Route 190)

x) Interstate 10

y) Fort Yellow Bayou, 1864

z) Louisiana Civil War Period

aa) The River Road

bb) Antebellum Homes of Louisiana

cc) Louisiana Nature’s Cornucopia

 

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PERIODICALS

BOX 1

Folder

1. Atlantic, October 1970.

Atlantic

, November 1970.

Atlantic, August 1971.

2. The Holy Kennedys, by Gore Vidal, Esquire, Vol. LXVII, No. 4, April 1967.

3. Harper's Magazine, Vol. 242, No. 1448, January 1971.

Harper's Magazine, Vol. 242, No. 1450, March 1971.

Harper's Magazine, Vol. 242, No. 1451, April 1971.

4. Liberty, a Magazine of Religious Freedom, Vol. 59, No. 1, January-February 1964.

5. Illinois Central Magazine, Vol. 45, No. 4, October 1956.

6. Newsweek, September 23, 1957.

Newsweek, BLUE Election Extra, November 14, 1960.

Newsweek, September 3, 1962.

Newsweek, September 2, 1963.

Newsweek, October 21, 1963.

Newsweek, November 13, 1972.

7. TIME Magazine -Covers of Famous people from Sept. 6, 1954 to April 25, 1955.

TIME Magazine, November 20, 1972.

8. U.S. News & World Report, September 20, 1957.

U.S. News & World Report, October 4, 1957.

U.S. News & World Report, April 20, 1959.

U.S. News & World Report, April 17, 1961.

U.S. News & World Report, October 15, 1962.

 

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PERIODICALS

BOX 2

Folder

1. Pathways, The Magazine of the Greater Covington Area, Vol. 1, No. 3, June 1972.

Pathways, The Magazine of the Greater Covington Area, Vol. 1, No. 7, February 1973.

Pathways, The Magazine of the Greater Covington Area, Vol. 1, No. 8.

2. Northshore Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 4, December 1984.

3. Louisiana Life, Winter 1995/96.

Louisiana Life, Winter 1996/97.

Louisiana Life, Summer 1997.

4. New Orleans Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 7, April 1995.

New Orleans Magazine, vol. 29, No. 11, August 1995.

New Orleans Magazine, Vol. 30, No. 2, November 1995.

Excerpts from New Orleans Magazine, February 1968.

Excerpts from New Orleans Magazine, Mardi Gras, 1971.

5. New Orleans Magazine, Vol. 30, No. 11, August 1996.

New Orleans Magazine

, Vol. 31, No. 4, January 1997.

New Orleans Magazine, Vol. 31, No. 11, August 1997.

6. Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide, 16th Annual Edition, 1992.

Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide, 18th Annual Edition, 1994.

Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide, 20th Annual Edition, 1996.

7. LSU Magazine, Vol. 61, No. 5 November 1985.

8. La Louisiane, The Magazine of the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Summer 1992.

9. Election Times, Guide to Louisiana’s 1983 Elections, Vol. 2, No. 1, January 1983.

Goldwater Made Simple, From A to Z with BMG, by Warren J. Franks, 1964.

Resource Packet, the politics and background of David Duke.

10. Louisiana Drivers Guide, n. d.

11. Serial Publications, Availability Listings Spring 1970, 1969.

12. Teacher Media Guide #1, Division of Archaeology, n. d.

Teacher Media Guide #2, Division of Archaeology, n. d.

13. The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin No. 90, May 1954.

14. The Pick, Southeastern Louisiana University, Vol. 19, 1990.

15. Reporter, December 10, 1959.

16. Saturday Review Magazine, December 7, 1963.

 

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PERIODICALS

BOX 3

a) LIFE, July 19, 1948.

b) LIFE, August 2, 1948.

c) LIFE, August 16, 1948.

d) LIFE, October 18, 1948.

e) LIFE, November 15, 1948.

f) LIFE, October 31, 1949.

g) LIFE, September 17, 1951.

h) LIFE, May 13, 1957.

i) LIFE, July 4, 1960.

j) LIFE, November 2, 1962.

k) LIFE, February 15, 1963.

l) LIFE, July 5, 1963.

m) LIFE, John F. Kennedy Memorial Edition, 1963 (2 copies).

BOX 4

a) LIFE, January 10, 1964.

b) LIFE, February 21, 1964.

c) LIFE, January 29, 1965.

d) LIFE, March 19, 1965.

e) LIFE, March 26, 1965.

f) LIFE, April 16, 1965.

g) LIFE, August 4, 1967.

h) LIFE, April 5, 1968.

i) LIFE, May 31, 1968.

j) LIFE, July 5, 1968.

k) LOOK, December 31, 1963.

l) Holiday, May 1953.

m) Ladies' Home JOURNAL, May 1956.

n) Ladies' Home JOURNAL, June 1956.

o) Saturday Evening POST, November 10, 1962.

p) 100 Years On The Road, The Studebaker Corporation, 1952.

 

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PERIODICALS

BOX 5

a) Christian Science Monitor, Weekly Magazine Section, April 14, 1945.

b) Dixie, Times-Picayune States Roto Magazine, April 30, 1950.

c) Dixie, Times-Picayune States Roto Magazine, February 23, 1958.

d) Parade Magazine, January 19, 1964.

e) This Week Magazine, April 12, 1964.

f) New York Herald Tribune Books, November 26, 1939.

g) Johnson, Hewlett, The SOVIET POWER, International Publishers, 1941.

h) "Tribune’s First 100 Years," Chicago Daily Tribune, June 10, 1947.

i) "Louisiana," The Sunday Item-Tribune, February 26, 1939.

j) New York Times Book Review, April 2, 1950.

k) New York Times Book Review, September 2, 1956.

l) New York Times Magazine, November 13, 1960.

m) New York Times Magazine, January 15, 1961.

n) New York Times Magazine, March 5, 1961.

o) New York Times Magazine, April 9, 1961.

p) The Times-Picayune, Super Bowl XX, January 24, 1986

q) The Times-Picayune-New Orleans States, September 17, 1950.

r) State Times, November 22, 1963.

s) State Times, Section 11-A, November 26, 1963.

t) State Times, November 25, 1963.

u) State Times, September 28, 1964.

v) State Times, Section 3-A, September 29, 1964.

w) State Times, November 23, 1963.

x) The Times-Picayune, November 22, 1963.

y) The Times-Picayune, November 24, 1963.

z) The Times-Picayune, November 25, 1963.

aa) The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963.

bb) The Times-Picayune, September 28, 1964.



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