C. Howard Nichols Collection

BOX   1

Folder 1- Woman’s Auxiliary to the National Council Protestant Episcopal Church/Grace
Memorial  Church (21 items)

1. Envelope reading- Diocesan Report-September 1949- inside envelope- Branch Annual
Report of the Woman’s 9/1948, 9/1949

2. Envelope addressed to Mrs. Eva D. Guenard from unknown (only address shown)- Annual
Report 1954-inside envelope- 67th annual meeting in the Diocese of Louisiana of the Woman’s Auxiliary to the National
Council Protestant Episcopal Church held in the Church of the Ascension, LA; May 4
and 5, 1954

3. Letter to Mrs. J. Nolan from Sylvia C. Young-thank you for report of Section “A”
of Hammond Woman’s Auxiliary-October 29, 1948

4. Envelope addressed to the Rev Howard Giere- January 2, 1951-inside envelope-

1.Letter to Miss Eastman from E.E. Puls-October 16, 1951

2. Letter to Miss Eastman from Ethel May Gerde-corresponding secretary for Woman’s
Auxiliary to the National Council Protestant Episcopal Church-January 26, 1951

3. Write-up about Mrs. Maria Josefina Hooker and Miss Anna Grut

4. Packet of papers/forms including: Christian Education, United Thank Offering, Branch
annual report of the Woman’s Auxiliary 1951-1952, promotion, supply, Christian social
relations, Please answer all questions form

5. Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. Nolan from Woman’s Auxiliary to the National Council
Protestant Episcopal Church; 1949; inside-

1. Note with following dates: September 1937, May 1938, June 1940-notes on minutes
of meetings

2. Constitution and By-Laws of the Woman’s Auxiliary to the National Council Protestant
Episcopal Church Diocese of Louisiana

6. Woman’s Auxiliary to the National Council Protestant Episcopal Church Diocese of
Louisiana budget for 1951-1952; Grace Memorial Church

7. Envelope addressed to Miss Zylpha A. Eastman from Seaman’s Town House of New Orleans-
October 28, 1949-inside-

  1. Envelope addressed to Miss Zylpha A. Eastman; December 28, 1949-card says Mrs. Henry
    S. Brittan
  1. Letter to Miss Eastman from J.G. Hyatt, manager of Seaman’s Town House-October 28,
    1949
  1. Thank you note from the Giere’s
  2. Newspaper article- “Seaman’s Home Needs Expansion”
  3. Postcard addressed to Mrs. V Barbazette- October 9, 1949
  4. Typed page about Auxiliary A updates-Mrs. Rownd
  5. Typed page about Auxiliary A- Mrs. W.C. Rownd
  6. Letter to Mrs. W.C. Rownd from Mrs. V.M. Mahr- September 16, 1949
  7. Envelope addressed to Miss Zylpha A. Eastman- September 1949-in appreciation- Mrs.
    Edward Richardson and family
  1. Handwritten note to Mrs. Nolan from Enia Sine (illegible)- Mrs. JA
  2. Handwritten note to Mrs. Nolan from June P. Richardson
  3. Letter addressed to Miss Zylpha A. Eastman from James G. Hyatt, December 26, 1949
  1. Envelope addressed to Woman’s Auxiliary “A” Grace Memorial Church, Hammond, LA-thank
    you-from Deborah Barbazette

8. Typed letter to Mrs. Saxon from Macon-Grace Memorial Church-June 25, 1941-thanking
Auxiliary A for beautiful photograph

9. Annual Report of Auxiliary A-1947

10. Message (document) from the Department of Missions to the Woman’s Auxiliary

11. 3 prayer cards-The Prayer for the United Thank offering

12. Budget for 1942-The Woman’s Auxiliary Diocese of Louisiana-September 26, 1941

13. Envelope addressed to Teresa H. Green from Master Artist’s Association-“Auxiliary
Constitution” written on envelope-May 2, 1938

14. Annual Report of the Woman’s Auxiliary Section A Grace Memorial Church-January
1, 1946-January 1, 1947

15. Envelope addressed to Mrs. Lewis R. Graham from Mrs. Duke Duplantis; inside- 6
page handwritten document explaining history of Woman’s Auxiliary and brief account
of early religious services

16. 28 prayer cards- The Woman’s Auxiliary and United Thank offering

17. Constitution and By-Laws of the Louisiana Branch of the Woman’s Auxiliary and
the Junior Auxiliary to the General Board of Missions

18. Constitution and By-Laws of the Woman’s Auxiliary to the National Council Diocese
of Louisiana

19. “Remember the Church in Your Will”-contributor Woman’s Auxiliary; for-Libreria;
as remitted by Mrs. Aimme E. Black; November 30, 1948; check for $10

20. 2 sets of the 2 page, typed document-Constitution-adopted 1930; Parish branch

21. Ripped copy of photograph of Grace Memorial Episcopal Church-attached is blank
annual Episcopal Bazaar form       

Books behind Folder 1- (9 items)

  1. Grace Memorial Church Auxiliary A minutes- June 5, 1917-December 26, 1922
  2. Grace Memorial Church Auxiliary A minutes- January 1927-January 1929
  3. Grace Memorial Church Auxiliary A minutes-January 1929-May 1934
  4. Grace Memorial Church Auxiliary A minutes- June 1934-June 1941
  5. Grace Memorial Church Auxiliary A minutes- September 1941-May 1946
  6. Grace Memorial Church Auxiliary A minutes- 1946-1949
  7. Grace Memorial Church Auxiliary A minutes- September 1948-1953
  8. Secretary book of Woman’s Auxiliary
  9. Section B-January 1, 1946-May 31, 1948
  10. June 1949-August 1949
  11. October 1938-March 1949
  12. Notebook- woman who attended meeting with Bishop “Jackson” (illegible) for (newer)
    priests-April 21, no year

Folder 2- Grace Memorial Episcopal Church records-including funeral records (3 items)

  1. Book of church record
  2. Hammond State Bank booklet
  3. Photograph of (left to right)- Marcia Stolley, Rev Carl Stolley, Father Robert Perry,
    OP; December 6, 1998, Carl’s last Sunday at Grace Memorial Episcopal Church, Hammond,
    LA

Folder 3-newspaper clippings-scrapbook-  (10 items)

  1. “Hammond Credit Men Boost Trade”-Times Picayune
  2. “Crowned as Beauty Queen- Margaret J. Smith “Miss Tennessee” Crowned Miss United States”-attached
    are 3 postcards:

    1. “Landmark of D’Iberville’s Landing”-Biloxi, MS
    2. “Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island”-near Biloxi, MS
    3. “Scene in City Park”-Biloxi, MS -on back- Hammond High’s first football team-1920                                          
  1. “Questions answered by FSA for Parish”; “Choirs to Sing at Celebration”; “Anniversary
    of the Grace Memorial Church”; “on back-different “tally” book and a paper fan
  1. The Hammond Vindicator-Friday, unknown date, 1946- 54th year- Number 36-various articles
  2. The Hammond Vindicator-Friday, December 6, 1946
  3. Articles attached to scrapbook paper- “American Legion and Auxiliary Grateful”; “Pioneer
    Leader is Dead (December 1, 1938); tally booklets attached-on back- Episcopalians
    Here Will Complete 50th Anniversary of Grace Church (with photograph)
  1. “German Zeppelin Explodes: Death Toll Placed at 48; other articles- Times-Picayune;
    on back- Miss Annie Eastman Speaks at Rotany Club; gift tag with picture of dog attached;
    hand written notes; April 3, 1937; various articles about Germany (Berlin) and US
  1. The Hammond Vindicator-Hammond, Louisiana- “Local and Personal Mention”; “To Wed in
    December (engagement of Henkel and Fisher); “Positions in Hammond Post Office to be
    Filled”; “Revival at Albany”; “Annual Woman’s Day at Christian Church Sunday”; and
    other various articles           
  1. The Hammond Vindicator-Hammond, Louisiana- various articles
  2. Loose scrapbook item in shape of football-SLC 20 Lamar 7

 Folder 4- Camp Moore

  1. Copy of handwritten letter-B.P. Butler Papers, reply to Camp Moore; July 8, 1862
  2. Copy of handwritten letter-B.P. Butler Papers, Camp Moore; July 11, 1862

 

Box    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.
  1. “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.”
  2. “The mighty rise and fall of Du Breuil” by Marjorie Roehl in Times-Picayune Feb. 28, 1988.
  3. No-name clipping on origin of okra, newspaper and date are unknown.
  4. “200 Years Ago the Acadians Came” in Louisiana Highlights, Vol. 4, No. 7. Published by La. Power and Light Co.
  1. “Plans Approved on Restoration: Fort de la Boulaye” No newspaper or date is given.       
  2. “First French Settlement Site in La. Territory Found” (Fort Point Peninsula, Ocean
    Springs, Mississippi.) No newspaper or date is given.
  3. “Bienville and His Brother Traced This Historic Path”  (Bayou Lafourche) by Claire
    Puneky, in the Times-Picayune, November 17, 1974.
  4. “French Week Plans Completed for 250th Anniversary of City” (New Orleans) by Pie Dufour,
    New Orleans States-Item, 1968.
  5. “Scale model developed to aid fort rebuilding (Fort Maurepas)” in the Biloxi-Gulfport
    Daily Herald, March 16, 1972.
  6. “Tonti’s Search” (for Robert Cavelier de La Salle) Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, March 12, 1967.
  7. “Twelfth Night Customs: Burning of the Greens is One of the Observances” in Sunday
    Baton Rouge Advocate, January 6, 1952.
  8. “French Fort Site Believed Found in Miss. (Fort St. Peter)” newspaper and date not
    shown.
  9. “Here’s Brief Preview on John Law” by Pie Dufour in New Orleans States, March 11, 1965.
  10. “LSU Professor Traces History of Political Graft in State” by Gibbs Adams in Baton
    Rouge Morning Advocate, October 10, 1968.
  11. “Acadians Mark 200th Year in Louisiana” by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, April 25, 1965.
  12. “Louis St. Denis Wooed His Bride in Old San Juan Bautista” by Lola Anderson in Sunday
    Advocate, June 21, 1964.
  13. “Ocean Springs Has Fascinating History” in the Gulf Park Estates News for June 1965.

   Excerpts from Articles and Books:   

  1. Attitude towards Indians, from Biever, Albert H. S. J., The Jesuits in New Orleans and the Mississippi Valley (1924).
  2. Pre-Whitney Cotton Gins in French Louisiana,” by Daniel Thomas in Journal of Southern History Vol. 31, May 1965 No. 2) 135-148
  3. 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.
  4. Bienville on food (1706). No source for quote given.
  5. Excerpt on Antoine Crozat from Price, France and the Chesapeake.

      Notes:

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

       Articles:

  1. “The Transportation of Convicts to Colonial Louisiana” by James D. Hardy, Jr. in Louisiana History (Summer 1966) Vol. VII. (2 copies)
  2. “The Legal Institutions of Louisiana” by Henry Plauche Dart from the Louisiana Historical Quarterly, issue and date not given.
  3. “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.
  1. “Galvez Document Acquired by Historic N.O. Collection” by Alberta Collier in Times-Picayune, July 28, 1974.
  2. “Louisianians Still Retain Memory of French Revolt” by Claire Puneky, Times-Picayune, July 12, 1964.
  3. “Find Might Verify Ulloa Legend, Student Believes,” by Carolyn Kolb in Times-Picayune, (sometime in 1980s possibly 1983) but n.d. given.
  4. “Vives’ 1775 Land Marker Dedicated in Assumption” by Claire Puneky in Times-Picayune, March 20, 1965.
  1. “Boyd’s Avenue”s Colorful History Little Known” by Mary E. Graham and Jeanne Moyer
    in Sunday Advocate, April 23, 1961.

   Booklets, Brochures and Journal Article:

  1. El Nuevo Constante, Louisiana Archaeological Survey and Antiquities Commission, Anthropological Study
    No. 4 (Baton Rouge, 1981).
  2. Old Spanish Fort (Pascagoula, Mississippi)
  3. Casa Hove History (New Orleans Spanish house, now perfume shop).
  4. Bernardo de Galvez, Royal Patents, a broadside for a book on Galvez showing his coat of arms.
  5. Brochure on Bernardo de Galvez.
  6. Brochure on Oliver Pollock.
  7. “Willing’s Expedition Down the Mississippi” by John Caughey, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 1 (January 1932).

       Manuscripts:

  1. Speech and research notes of C. Howard Nichols on Pere Antoine.
  2. “Baton Rouge in the 18th Century” by Carolyn Giles.
  3. Chart of Structure of the Cabildo: Spanish government in Colonial Louisiana, 1769-1803
    by Mike Camp.
  4. “Men of the Revolution (emphasis on George Rogers Clark)” by Richard M. Ketchum.
  5. “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:

  1. “The Rise and Fall of West Florida” by Sarah McKiney Kent.
  2. “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.
  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:

  1. The Louisiana Purchase by Frank Bond. Reprint of 1933 Edition. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land
    Management.
  2. Louisiana Purchase by John Chase (Louisiana Sesquicentennial Commission, Third Printing by New Orleans
    States, 1955).
  3. Louisiana Purchase, An Exhibition prepared by Louisiana State Museum in co-operation with The Louisiana
    Landmarks Society (New Orleans, 1953).
  4. The Louisiana Purchase by Bernard De Voto. Reprinted by Esso Standard Oil Company from Collier’s magazine.

     Manuscript:

  1. “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.
  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).
  1. “It Happened Here on Another Jan. 8” by Lilly Jackson in Times-Picayune, Jan. 8, 1978.
  2. “Anniversary in Chalmette” Times-Picayune, Jan. 7, 1984, Sec.  1, p. 13.
  3. “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.
  4. “Historic Log Hidden: buffs Get Battle ‘Bales'” by Don Hudson in New Orleans States-Item, September 19, 1964.
  5. “Jackson Opened N. O. Campaign in Night Battle 150 Years Ago” by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, December 23, 1964 (2 copies).
  1. “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.
  2. “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.

      Brochures:

  1.   “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.
  2.   “Battle of New Orleans, 150th Anniversary, January 8, 1965, Battle of New Orleans
    Sesquicentennial Celebration Commission.
  3.   “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:

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

       Manuscripts:

  1. “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’.
  2. “The Final Battle of the War of 1812” by Steve C. Desforges.
  3. “The Battle of New Orleans” by Robert Hymel, Jr.
  4. “The Battle of New Orleans: The Leaders” by Michael Thomas.

       Maps:

  1. 2-page copy of map from Frenchmen, Desire, Good Children by John Chase which shows plantations along the Mississippi River.
  2. 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.
  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.
  1. “120th Anniversary Observed by St. James Masonic Lodge” by W. GarberHigginbotham,
    Morning Advocate, August 21, 1964.
  1. “LSU Marches in Review” by Diane Farrell, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, August 30, 1959.
  2. “Tales of the Great River: The Night of the Floating Torch” by Ray Samuel, Dixie Roto
    Magazine, Times-Picayune, February 25, 1951.
  3. “The Visions of John McDonogh” by Arthur G. Nahrah (as told to Ray Samuel), Dixie
    Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, April 30, 1950.
  4. “Father Postl Disappeared: Fugitive Austrian Monk Became Louisiana Author,” by John
    T.Krumpelmann, Morning Advocate, August 9, 1964.
  5. “LSU Foundation to Purchase Audubon Folio for University” in Sunday Advocate, Sept. 20, 1964.
  6. “1848 Convention Chose Gen. Taylor for President” by Paul Atkinson, Times-Picayune, n.d.
  7. “Song of Freedom” By T. J. Carruth, Sunday Advocate, July 26, 1964.
  8. “Louisiana Places: the Great Raft” Morning Advocate, n.d.
  9. “America Visits New Orleans” submitted by Paul J. Rale in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto
    Magazine, Times-Picayune, Feb. 21, 1965.

     Journal Articles:

  1. “John James Audubon (1785-1851): An Evaluation of the Man and His Work” reprinted
    from the New York Historical Society Quarterly (October 1956).
  2. Brief untitled history of Louisiana State University in The LSU Outlook, vol. 17, No. 1 (January 1970).           

       Notes:

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

      Manuscripts:

  1. “The Hermitage” by Martha Lilly.
  2. “Le Petite Versailles” by Cheryl Young.
  3. “Acres of Mud” by Thomas Eads Hebert. (about James B. Eads).
  4. “Cotton in Antebellum Louisiana” by Jeannine Gettys.

 

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:

  1. The Civil War Round Table, publication of the Civil War Round Table of Chicago, Illinois, Vol. XXIV, April,
    1964
  2. Civil War Times, Vol. II, No. 2 (May, 1960) Story on the Capture of New Orleans, p. 4.  
  3. “Yankees Versus Yellow Jack in New Orleans, 1862-1866” by Jo Ann Carrigan. Journal
    and date not given.

       Brochure and Broadside:

  1. Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery and Museum, brochure published by the Board of Commissioners of the Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery.
  2. Copy of a broadside denouncing Butler’s General Order No. 28 aimed at the women of
    New Orleans.

     Booklets:

  1. Louisiana Commemorates the Civil War by T. Harry Williams.
  2. The Civil War in Louisiana: A Chronology by T. Harry Williams and A. Otis Hebert, Jr. (2 copies)
  3. 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).
  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.
  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.
  1. “Today’s Confederates” by John Foster in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, February 21, 1965.
  2. “Recall 4th Louisiana’s History” no paper, n.d.
  3. “A piece of history crumbling away” (Camp Parapet) by John Pope, States-Item, March 25, 1975.
  4. “Private Lewis Willey, Confederate Army, Deep in the Backwoods–An Unmarked Grave”
    by W.A. Spedale, Sunday Advocate, June 10, 1979.
  5. “Five Cents Can Bring $2000” in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n.d.
  6. “The sneaky Rebel who slipped through” by William A. Spedale in Sunday Magazine, Morning Advocate in September 1990 (exact date not given).
  7. “The Cavalry’s Coming!” by Freda Yarbrough (reenactment of Battle of Baton Rouge)
    in Morning Advocate, April 15, 1988.     
  8. “How They Saved their Flag” in Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n.d. Submitted by Thelma Edwards Shingleur of Baton Rouge.
  9. “Maine group wants coveted sword; BR owner says no dice” by Tom Bradley, Sunday Magazine,
    Morning Advocate, November 1, 1987.
  10. “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.
  8. “Dark Clouds Over Jeff Davis On 56th Birthday, Century Ago,” by Pie Dufour, States-Item, June 3, 1964.
  1. “Draft Calls First Used in U.S. During Civil War,” by Orbert H. Akerman, Times-Picayune, n.d.
  1. “Greenbacks Shrinking, But Dixie Dollars on the Rise, Suh!” by Bill Voekler, Times-Picayune, March 9, 1980.
  1. “Civil War Currency Valuable Again” by Edith Vicknair, L’Observaterur, April 14, 1977.
  2. 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)
  3. “Confederate Christmas” (taken from letters in the LSU Archives) by Elizabeth Spence,
    Sunday Magazine, Morning Advocate, Dec. 21, 1980.
  4. “Printed on Wall Paper in Siege, Vicksburg Paper Has Strange End,” by Pie Dufour,
    States-Item, December 7, 1956.
  5. “First Streetcars Caused Stir in 1861” by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, n.d., 1964.

   Brochures:

  1. The Jefferson Davis Shrine on the Beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast           
  2. Flags of the Confederacy
  3. Fort Donelson, National Military Park

   Booklets:

  1. A Concise History of the Civil War (Harrisburg, Pa.: The Stackpole Company, 1961).
  2. “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:

  1. Virginia National Military Park and Vicksburg National Cemetery

    Photograph and Poster:

  1. Photograph of Jefferson Davis.
  2. 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

    Booklet:

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

      Articles:

  1. “The Engagement at Marks’ Mills” by Ira Don Richards (Reprinted from Arkansas         Historical Quarterly (Spring 1960).
  2. “The Civil War in Kentucky,” a centennial edition, 1861-1961, of the Louisville Courier-Journal with articles on the Civil War in Kentucky.

     Manuscript:

  1. “Searching for a Civil War Soldier’s Record” by Dr. Bert H. Groene.

Folder    6     Louisiana History and Culture, 1865-1900

     Excerpt from Book:

  1. Chapter IX, “The Rise of Populism” from Bourbonism and Agrarian Protest by William Ivy Hair.

     Manuscript:

  1. “New Orleans Riot of 1866” by Kellie Mengel (n.d.)

     Postcard:

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

     Clippings:

  1. “Pearl Rivers” by Elsie S. Farr, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, March 11, 1951.
  2. “Gov. Nicholls: Soldier, Governor, Hero” by Pat Baldridge, Sunday Magazine, Sunday
    Advocate, 3, 1964.
  3. Newspaper photo of famous actress Ada Isaacs Menken (born in New Orleans), newspaper
    unidentified, n. d.
  4. “Memories of Foster, Caffery Honored” by Pie Dufour, prob. Times-Picayune, but newspaper not identified, n. d.
  5. “Gubernatorial Race of 1896 is Recalled” by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, February 17, 1964
  6. Gems From a Family Album” by Clare D. Leeper, Sunday Advocate, Oct. 22, 1961. (About
    Baton Rouge family with old photographs of historic interest.)
  7. “Fake Fightin’ Was Illegal” Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n. d.
  8. “Margaret’s Memory Being Kept Fresh” by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, March 30, 1950. (about Margaret Haughery)
  9. “The Cross Marks the Spot” contributed by Carl  of Baton Rouge to Deep in Dixie, Dixie
    Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n. d.
  10. “Louisiana’s Great Train Robber” in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, June 4, 1950. (about Eugene Bunch).

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:

  1. “Marshall H. Twitchell and the Coushatta Massacre” by Cynthia Beasley (1984).
  2. “Benjamin F. Butler” by Andrea Martinez (n. d.).
  3. “The Battle of Baton Rouge” by Renee Butte (n. d.)
  4. “General Benjamin F. Butler: A Yankee Officer in New Orleans” by M. Kelly Williams
    (1986).
  5. 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:

  1. “The Southern Bourbons Revisited” by Dewey W. Grantham, Jr. Reprinted from The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. LX, No. 3 (Summer 1961).
  2. “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:

  1. “Trolley to West End” Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, n. d.
  2. ” Mementos Relive Corbett-Sullivan Title Fight” by Charles Young, States-Item, September 5, 1964.
  3. “A Place for Liberty Monument” by Robin W. Winks, Times-Picayune, August 17, 1992.
  4. “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.
  5. “La. Is First Where Feds Used in Riots” MorningAdvocate, August 5, 1967.
  6. “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.
  7. “Mum Was His Word,” Deep in Dixie, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976.
  8. “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.
  9. “Monument Put Back in Place” (Liberty Monument), no paper identified probably Times-Picayune (n. d.).
  10. “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.
  11. “Prof. Recounts Bourbons’ Aim” by Jan Lacey, Morning Advocate, April 3, 1973.
  12. “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.
  13. “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
  14. “Reconstruction period brought massive changes in Louisiana” by Freda Yarbrough, Morning Advocate, n. d.
  15. “New Orleans: election day, 1876” by John Wilds, States-Item, November 2, 1976.
  16. Reprint of various cartoons which appeared earlier in newspapers and other periodicals
    by McKinley Publishing Company. (cartoons deal with activities of Ku Klux Klan).

 

BOX    4  

Folder   1     Twentieth 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:

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

       Manuscripts:

  1. “Rural Electrification and Louisiana: Power to the People” by Connie Vann, 1988. 
  2. 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:

  1.   Map of Louisiana, issued by the Louisiana State Board of Agriculture and Immigration,Baton
    Rouge, 1904

      Clippings:

  1. “Genteel suffragettes cast their vote for equality at the polls” by Margaret Fuller
    in Times-Picayune, sec. 4, March 18, 1984.
  1. “Cypress, Tree of Legend, Symbolizes State” by Larry Holden, paper not identified,
    n. d.
  2. “Rejuvenated La. Historical Assn., Holds Annual Meeting Next Month” by Pie Dufour.
    Paper not identified, n. d.
  3. “Memorial Exhibit Honors Native Artist” by Sue Eakin in Morning Advocate, Sunday Magazine, April 21, 1963. (Clarence Millet is the artist.)
  4. “The Embarrassment of Louisiana” Harold H. Martin in The Saturday Evening Post. Issue unknown, but some time in 1961.
  5. “Near Hammond, Education for Migrants” by Gil Webre Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964.
  6. “The Mississippi River: Maverick to Mudlumps” by Bentley B. Mackay, Sr. in Morning Advocate, Sunday Magazine, March 15, 1964.
  7. “Call of the Outdoors: Forest Recreation Areas Lure Louisiana Residents” by Edythe
    McLean in Sunday Advocate, September 29, 1963.
  8. “Westlake Man is 103, Recalls Boyhood Days,” by Nola Mae McFillen in Sunday Advocate, September 29, 1963.
  9. “New Product From Cane Waste” in Sunday Advocate, September 29, 1963.
  10. “How Library Helps Community Noted” by Pie Dufour in Times-Picayune, April 12, 1964.
  11. “When Major Highways Were Graveled” in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 17, 1964.
  12. “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.
  13. “Famed 1815 Battle–Presented Problems in 1964” by Martha Ann Samuel in Dixie Roto
    Magazine, Times-Picayune, January 3, 1965.
  14. “It’s Crawfish Harvest Time in the Rice Fields” by LeRoy Willie in Sunday Advocate Magazine, May 26, 1963.
  15. “The Rise and Fall of the Llano Co-Operative Colony” by Robert Gentry and Dewey Swor
    in Sunday Advocate, February 4, 1962.
  16. “Fishermen, Trappers Fight for Existence” by Bert Hyde in States-Item, November 25, 1961.
  17. “Restoring Yesterday’s Elegance” by Marcelle B. Wright, in Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, September 27, 1970.
  18. “Book Tells Story of N.O. Street Cars” by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, June 27, 1965.
  19. “General’s Granddaughter Brings Mementos Here” in Times-Picayune, April 30, 1965. (About Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard’s granddaughter.)
  20. “Antiques Lend Charm to Home on Quota Tour” by Elizabeth Wilkinson in Sunday Advocate, October 2, 1966.
  21. “Jackson Assembly to Feature Antique Sale, Tour of Historic Buildings at Annual Event”
    by Mary Acosta in Sunday Advocate, March 13, 1966.
  22. “‘Old Scholars’–The Ghost of Solitude Plantation” by Pat Baldridge in Sunday Advocate Magazine, October 22, 1961.
  23. “Le Petit Paris Explored: St. Martinville Is Bit of France” by Horace Sutton in Times-Picayune, December 26, 1965.
  24. “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.)
  25. “Furthering the French Heritage in Louisiana,” editorial about the restoration of
    the French House at LSU. In Morning Advocate, May 20, 1975. 
  26. “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.
  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.
  1. “Cotton Exchange’s Passing to End Near Century of Activity” by Pie Dufour, States-Item, June 29, 1964.
  2. “Louisiana Marshlands Are Great Challenge to Man” by LeRoy Willie and R. C. Pesnell,
    Morning Advocate Sunday Magazine, October 6, 1963.
  3. “New Iberians to Celebrate Centennial–25 Years Late” by Bob Friedly, States-Item, March 11, 1964.
  4. “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.
  5. “Llano Colony: The Utopia That Failed,” by Eloise M. Fruge, Morning Advocate, March 15, 1970.
  6. “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.
  7. “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.
  8. “Revolt in West Florida” submitted by William E. Sorensen to “Deep in Dixie” in Dixie
    Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, July 19, 1964.
  9. “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.)
  10. “Nimble Monster Shores Up Mississippi River Bank: Operation Bigger Than Barge Lift”
    by Richard Munson, Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), November 21, 1965.
  11. “Soon-to-Be Old Bridge Marking Quarter of Century” Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), August 8, 1965.
  12. “Mississippi River Pilots Advise Captains of Local Conditions” Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), October 24, 1965.
  13. “Hot Molten Cargo from Port Sulphur” Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1965.
  14. “Louisiana Statistics Offered in One Book” by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, October 17, 1965.
  15. “There’s Still Hope for a Jean Lafitte National Park” by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, December 5, 1976.
  1. “Pogy Boom: Cameron Has a Different Kind of Fish Story,” by Bill Chamberlain, Morning Advocate, Sunday Magazine, September 13, 1964.
  2. “Gets National Award: Francois Mignon Acclaimed For His Celebrated Writings,” by Ursula
    Walker, Morning Advocate, n.d.
  3. “Quarter Million Dollar Operation: Football Is Big Business in Baton Rouge,” by Allie
    Kleinpeter, Morning Advocate (Sunday edition), October 4, 1964.
  4. “Seip is Director: Audubon Sugar Factory Opened in 1897,” by John Hill, Daily Reveille, LSU school paper, December 3, 1964.
  5. “Mrs. Pearlie N. Buckner Retiring: Ending Many Years of Service to EBR,” by Gibbs
    Adams, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, March 28, 1965.
  6. “Municipal Auditorium Is Pride of Lafayette” by Jim Lacaffinie, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, July 23, 1961.
  7. “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.)
  8. “Keeping Pace With a Growing University,” by Cora Schley, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, October 17, 1965. The university discussed is LSU-Alexandria.
  9. “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.
  10. “Louisiana and Prohibition: Everyone Has an Opinion” by Butch Hays, Morning Advocate, Sunday edition, Nov. 21, 1965.
  11. “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.
  1. “How State Voted for Governor” States-Item, n.d. (However, it had to be 1964according to the candidates listed in the story.)

       Journal Reprint:

  1. “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.

       Manuscript Paper:

  1. “Major Accomplishments of the 1964 Legislature”

       Booklet:

  1. Text of Speech of Sen. Murphy J. Foster dated Wednesday, June 16, 1909 regarding TheTariff–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.
  1. “New Orleans Guards the President” by John Foster, Dixie Roto Magazine, Times-Picayune, November 22, 1964.
  1. “Opening New Frontiers in Real Estate” a supplement to the Morning Advocate, (Sunday edition), February 7, 1964.
  2. “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.
  3. “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.
  4. “Annual Report of The Mayor/City of New Orleans, 1964-1965” supplement in the Times-Picayune, May 2, 1965.
  5. “Ursuline Convent, Ideal for ’68 Exhibit” by Pie Dufour, Times-Picayune, November 7, 1965.
  6. “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.
  7. “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.
  1. To members of the Heritage Committee of the Tangipahoa Parish American Revolution
    Bicentennial Commission from Buck Perrin, December (undated), 1973.
  2. To C. Howard Nichols from Irene R. Morris, January (undated), 1974.
  3. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, chairman, January 8,
    1974.
  4. To Heritage ’76 Bicentennial from Wiley H. Sharp, Jr., Citizens National Bank, February
    25, 1974.
  5. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, chairman, September
    16, 1974.
  6. To C. Howard Nichols from Mary Sue May, September 24, 1974.
  7. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, March 11, 1975.
  8. Form Letter from St. Helena Bicentennial Commission extending an invitation to the
    dedication of Fluker’s Bluff Nature Trail and Marker, March 27, 1975.
  9. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, March 31, 1975.
  10. To Rube Rogers from C. Howard Nichols, April 7, 1975.
  11. To Palma Munson, Louisiana Tourist Development Commission, from C. Howard Nichols,
    June 24, 1975.
  12. To Members of the Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, July
    8, 1975.
  13. To Members of the Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, July
    8, 1975. COPY TWO.
  14. To Members of the Tangipahoa Bicentennial Commission from Rube Rogers, chairman, September
    2, 1975.
  15. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission & Guests from Rube Rogers, chairman,
    September 26, 1975.
  16. To Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission Members from Rube Rogers, chairman, January
    30, 1976.
  17. To C. Howard Nichols from Dee Hagan, secretary, Town of Mandeville, September 24,
    1976.
  18. To [probably] the St. Tammany Historical Assn.’s members–a form letter from C. Howard
    Nichols, January 10, 1975. (2 copies)

    Speech:

  1. Bicentennial quilt speech. Speaker is not identified.

    Reports and Minutes:

  1. Minutes of Tangipahoa Bicentennial Commission Meeting, November 28, 1973.
  2. Report to Heritage ’76 Committee of the Tangipahoa Parish Bicentennial Commission
    by C. Howard Nichols, n.d.
  3. 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)
  4. Description of the two bicentennial markers for Tangipahoa Parish.
  5. Copy of invoice sent to C. Howard Nichols from Sewah Studios in Marietta, Ohio for
    the two bicentennial markers.   
  6. 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:

  1. Program of Florida’s Bicentennial Commission’s Symposium on “Eighteenth Century Florida
    and its Borderlands,” May 18-20, 1972, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
  2. 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:

  1. Souvenir booklet with ten flags of Louisiana and explanation of their history by Pie
    Dufour issued by the Hibernia National Bank, 1976. (3 copies)
  2. Booklet, Media for the Bicentennial, issued by the National Audiovisual Center, National Archives and Records Service,
    General Services Administration, Washington, D.C., n.d.
  3. A Bicentennial Guide to Louisiana comp. and designed by Paul F. Stahls Jr. and Louis T. Mayeux. Sponsored by the Louisiana
    Bicentennial  (4 copies)
  4. National Parks Centennial, by Ralph C. Deans, published by Editorial Research Reports,February, 1972

    Magazines:

  1. Time Magazine, special 1776 issue, dated July 4, 1776
  2. 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)
  1. “For Hungarian Settlement: Historical Marker Unveiled,” Daily Star, May 22, 1975
  2. Newspaper photo of Thirty-First Parallel Marker being the “First official Bicentennial
    Project”, Kentwood Ledger, October, no further date
  1. “La. Second in Participations: Bicentennial Year Will Be Marked by Local Celebrations,”by
    Margot Hornblower, Morning Advocate, February 20, 1975
  1. “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)
  1. “Bicentennial Exec Eyed,” an ‘Offbeat’ Report by Don Buchanan, States-Item, no date
  2. “Louisiana and the American Revolution,” by Brian Schwaner, St. Tammany News, June 18, 1975
  1.  “200(?) Years of Booze: Let’s Drink to That,” by Ron Smith, States-Item, July 30, 1976
  2.  “‘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
  3. “Bicentennial La. Almanac,” by Dr. Ronald R. Morazan, Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976 (Same article as below)
  4. “Louisiana Bicentennial Almanac,” by Dr. Ronal R. Morazan, Sunday Advocate, May 23, 1976 (Same article as above)
  5. The Louisiana Patriot, eight-page supplement to the Morning Advocate and State-Times, nd
  6. Morning Advocate Bicentennial Edition, July 4, 1976
  7. “We Salute America’s Bicentennial Celebration,” sixteen-page supplement to the Catholic Commentator, June 23, 1976

 

 BOX    5  

Folder    1     Historic Buildings, Houses, and Plantations

Newspaper Clippings:

  1. “Destrehan Plantation Home: Moving Toward Restoration,” Sunday Advocate, November5, 1972
  1. “The River Road Historical Society: ‘We Can Do It!’,”  L’Obervateur, October 7, 1976
  2. “School Corp. Nominates 25 Directors,” unidentified newspaper, n.d. (about efforts
    to purchase old Silliman College and convert it into a private school)
  1. “Silliman College Was Alma Mater of Many Prominent Area Women,” by Ann Pierce,Morning Advocate, March 17, 1967
  1. “Old Jefferson College – Now Manresa House: Beautiful Building with Varied History,”by
    Vaughn Glasgow, Sunday Advocate, April 16, 1967
  1. “Ante-Bellum Building Stately History of Manresa is Told,” Times-Picayune, July 19,  1964
  2.   “Manresa: Retreat of Solitude,” by Betsy Petersen, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of
    the Times-Picayune, October 11, 1970
  1.   “Orange Grove Store: A Relaxing Trip to the Past,” by Sue and Duane Cooke, Sunday Advocate, October 26, 1975
  1.   “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)
  1. “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.
  1. “Unique Post-Civil-War Shop Thrives,” by Gaye Saucier, States-Item, September 12,  1963
  2. “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
  1. “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)
  1. “Little Town of Jackson: A Living Relic of the Past,” by Jesse W. Nelson, Baton Rouge Advocate, March 19, 1972
  1. “A Louisiana Williamsburg: Jackson Launches Restoration Program,” by Margaret Dixon,
    in the Sunday Magazine of the Sunday Advocate, September 15, 1963
  1. “The Barracks That Jackson Built,” by Gil Webre, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of the
    Times-Picayune, September 17, 1961
  1. “Landmarks Unit Meeting is Set,” Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964 (about saving the Kent Plantation House)
  1. “Oliver House Facade Not Initial One,” by Frank Schneider, unidentified newspaper
    (probably Times-Picayune), n.d.
  1. “Old Mansion in Tensas Parish to be Restored by New Owners,” unidentified newspaper,
    n.d. (about Wavertree Plantation)
  1. “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)
  1. “Baton Rouge Pilgrimage Tours to be Resumed Saturday and Sunday,” Morning Advocate, April 1, 1965
  1. “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)
  1. “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)
  1. “Old Duplantier Home: City’s Landmark to Open with ‘New Face’ Thursday,” by Patricia
    Baldridge, State-Times, November 1, 1965
  1. “On the Banks of Bayou Teche: Beautiful Bayside Plantation,” by Gerald J. Delcambre,
    Sunday Advocate, May 17, 1970
  1. “Catalpa Plantation: Preserving Romantic Louisiana,” by Dottye Varnado, Sunday Advocate, September 8, 1968
  2. “The Old Mint: Aging, but Inspiring,” by Betsy Petersen, in the Dixie Roto Magazine
    of the Times-Picayune, August 24, 1969
  1. “The Cottage Plantation: Andrew Jackson Slept Here,” by Jennifer Quale, Times-Picayune, January 23, 1977
  2. “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
  1. “Comeback for Old Camelback,” by Martha Ann Samuel, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of
    the Times-Picayune, September 13, 1964

    Brochures, Booklets, Postcards:

  1. Postcard of the Acadian House Museum in the Longfellow-Evangeline State Park at St.
    Martinville, La.
  1. Postcard showing the Wier Building, said to be the oldest residence in Opelousas,
    La.
  2. Postcard of the Jim Bowie House located in the Jim Bowie Museum and Tourist Center
    in Opelousas, La.
  3. Brochure of the Shadows-on-the-Teche house and gardens in New Iberia, La.
  4. Brochure of the First Baton Rouge Pilgrimage, March 14 & 15, 1964.  Presented by the
    Baton Rouge Foundation for Historical Louisiana
  1. 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
  1. “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)
  1. “Jefferson House Area Attraction,” by Laura Fussell, unidentified newspaper, n.d.
  2. “Historic Chretien Point Plantation is Put on Market for $1.1 Million,” Times-Picayune,January 6, 1980
  1. “Fairview: Memories North of Thompson Creek,” by Dawson Corley, Sunday Advocate, October 21, 1979
  1. “Winter Quarters: House for All Seasons,” by Damon Veach, unidentified newspaper (probably
    Advocate), n.d.
  1. “Belle Chasse: Last Sad Chapter of a Dying House,” by Dawson Corley, in the Magazine
    section of the Sunday Advocate, September 16, 1979
  1.  Beauregard House Draws Many Visitors,” by Clarence Doucet, Times-Picayune, May 17, 1964
  2.  “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
  1. “Restored Plantation Mansion: Oaklawn – Epitome of Good Life,” by Ed Perez, in the
    Sunday Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, December 27, 1964
  2. “The Cottage: Slower Pace,” by Ken Dixon, in the Fun Section of the Morning Advocate, June 1, 1979
  1. “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)
  1. “Wonderland in Ruins: Valcour Aime ‘Versailles’ Site Revisited in St. James Parish,”
    by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, December 15, 1974
  1. “Famed Oak Alley Plantation Has Exciting Future in Store,” by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, November 28, 1976
  2. “Love Affair with a House,” by Dawn Ruth, in the Lifestyle section of the States-Item, April 20, 1978 (about Destrehan Manor House)
  3. “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”)
  1. “Antiques and Old Homes Form New Roads Benefit,” Sunday Advocate, April 14, 1974
  2. “Summer Fest at Asphodel: Out of the Fields of Elysium,” by Dawson Corley, unidentified
    newspaper (probably Advocate), January(?) 10, 1979
  3. 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)
  4. “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)
  1. “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
  1. “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)
  2. “Ashes to Ashes, but Never to Dust,” by Dawson Corley, in the Magazine section of
    the Sunday Advocate, July 22, 1979 (about Elmwood Plantation)
  1. “Esplanade House of Memories,” by Pat Phillips, in the Dixie Roto Magazine of theTimes-Picayune, November 3, 1974 (about the Claiborne House on Esplanade)
  1. “By Dawn’s Early Light: They Tore Down Welham House Today,” by Dawson Corley, Sunday Advocate, May 27, 1979
  1. “‘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)
  2. “Restoration Work at Live Oak May be Viewed During Tour,” Sunday Advocate, February 15, 1976 (about Live Oak)
  3. 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
  1. “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)
  1. “A Victory for Preservation,” by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, September 17, 1978 (about Centenary College)

    Brochures and Broadsides:

  1. Brochure of Madewood Plantation House on Bayou Lafourche in Napoleonville  (2 copies)
  2. Brochure of the Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville
  3. Restaurant placemat with a short history of Madewood plantation plus a praline reciepe
  4. 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)
  1. “Cluster of Treasures Along Cane River: Melrose Makes BIG List,” Times-Picayune, July  2, 1972
  2. “Sale of Melrose Reported,” unidentified newspaper, n.d.
  3. “Melrose–A Vivid Reminder of Louisiana’s Colorful Past,” by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, March 2, 1975
  4. One-eighth page notice of the opening of the Rosedown Plantation for tours, unidentified
    newspaper, n.d.
  1. “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
  1. “Restorer of Rosedown Honored by Southern Heritage Foundation,” Morning Advocate, October 24, 1966
  1. “Theta Antique Show to Feature Rosedown,” in the Society section of the Sunday Advocate, October 2, 1966
  2. “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)
  1. “Orange Grove: Of Time and the Elements,” by Dawson Corley, in the Magazine section
    of the Sunday Advocate, May 6, 1979
  2. “Plaquemines Mansion Rich in History: Showplace of Another Era,” by Bert Hyde, States-Item, no date (about Orange Grove)
  3. “Another Landmark to Fall?” by John R. Kemp and John Pope, New Orleans States-Item, May 8, 1979 (about Orange Grove)
  1. “A Relic of Yesteryear in Louisiana,” by John Foster, New York Times, October 15, 1961 (about Shadows on the Teche)
  2. “Candlelight Reception is Finale to Dedication of Shadows Here,” by Frankie Hebert,
    unidentified newspaper, n.d.
  1. “Ceremony Climaxes Shadows’ Restoration,” unidentified New Iberia newspaper, October
    28, 1961
  2. “Return of the Shadows,” by John Foster, cover story of the Dixie Roto Magazine section
    of the Times-Picayune, November 26, 1961
  1. “San Francisco House is Again Bright, Colorful,” Sunday Advocate, June 26, 1977 (1st page of article missing)
  2. “1850 Mansion Being Prepared for 1977 Opening,” by Elsie Hardesty, Sunday Advocate, October 12, 1975 (about San Francisco Plantation)
  1. “Renovation of San Francisco Plantation Now Under Way,” by Joan Treadway, Times- Picayune, n.d.
  1. “San Francisco: Louisiana Original of Shining Stature,” by Vaugh L. Glasgow, Sunday Advocate, October 31, 1965
  1. “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)
  1. “Refugees from a Duel: Live Oaks Steeped in History,” by Leroy Willie, Sunday Advocate, March 21, 1965
  2. “St. Louis Plantation: Home of Many Louisiana Leaders,” by Leroy Willie, Sunday Advocate, March 13, 1965
  3. “The Hermitage: Excellent Restoration in Progress,” by Vaughn Glasgow, in the Sunday
    Magazine section of the Sunday Advocate, April 9, 1967
  1. “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)
  2. “Audubon’s Happyland – Oakley Plantation,” by Pat Phillips, cover story in the Dixie
    Roto Magazine section of the Times-Picayune, October 12, 1969
  3. “Future of White Castle Mansion Undecided,” by Sonny Albarado, Sunday Advocate, July 22, 1979
  4. “Goodwood Plantation House to be Open for March 14-15 Tour Here,” by Dottye Varnado,
    Morning Advocate, March 11, 1964
  5. “Most Folks Agree That Loyd’s Hall is Haunted,” by Cora Schley, an unidentified Murray
    newspaper, n.d.
  1. “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
  1. “Armitage Plantation Home: A Connecticut Yankee in Louisiana,” by H.P. Bacot and Vaughn
    L. Glasgow, Sunday Advocate, October 9, 1966
  1. 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
  1. “Gallier Hall is Rich in History, Beauty,” by Clarence Doucet, Times-Picayune, May 10, 1964
  1. “Old House is Dying: Magnolia Plantation Home is Now ‘Haunting Ruin’,” by Stella Pitts,
    Times-Picayune, September 22, 1974
  1. “Louisiana’s Unique Post Office,” clipping from unidentified newsletter, n.d. (about
    St. Martinville P.O.)
  1. “Silent Reminder of Civil War,” by John Pope, in the Lifestyle section of the States-Item, April 4, 1975 (about Longwood, in Natchez)
  1. “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:

  1. Brochure of Shadows-on-the-Teche (2 Copies)
  2. Baptist Message, dated April 30, 1964, featuring Greenwood on the cover, with a small statement regarding
    the home inserted

  Article:

  1. “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)
  1. “Prison Toured in Plaquemines: Part of Old Fort Wired for Demonstrators,” Times-Picayune, April 19, 1964 (about Fort. St. Philip)
  2. “Kids Play at Restored Fort Jackson While Fort St. Philip Lies Abandoned,” by Stella
    Pitts, Times-Picayune, April 20, 1975
  3. “Monument to de LaSalle in Ft. Jackson Area Eyed,” by Bert Hyde, States-Item, March 29, 1965
  4. “Fort Restoration Adds to Heritage,” unidentified newspaper, no date (about erecting
    a replica of Fort de la Boulaye in Plaquemines Parish)

    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:

  1. 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)
  1.   “Church Records Offer Fascinating Footnotes to History,” by Elizabeth K. Dart, Sunday Advocate, April 12, 1970 (about Grace Episcopal Church in St. Francisville)
  1. “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)
  1. “Old St. Stephen’s is to be Restored,” by Bernard Curet, Sunday Advocate, October 26, 1975
  2. “Church Restoration,” a “Down in the Bayou” column by Claire Puneky, unidentified
    newspaper, n.d. (about the Christ Church in Bayou Lafourche)
  1. “200-Year-Old Church to be Restored,” by Doug Woolfolk, Catholic Commentator, July 6, 1973 (about St. Gabriel Church in Iberville Parish)

    Manuscripts:

  1.   “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:

  1. 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
  1. Suggested Readings regarding Civil War: The Confederacy, Lincoln and the Union, Military
    Events.  Source unknown (probably same as above)

       Notes:

  1.   Notes of C. Howard Nichols on 31st Parallel citations
  2.   Notes of C. Howard Nichols on St. Joseph Seminary College
  3.   Notes of C. Howard Nichols on the Abolitionists

       Manuscripts:

  1. Selected Bibliography of Louisiana Reconstruction
  2. Bibliography of the French Period in Louisiana
  3. 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
  1. “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
  2. Vicksburg, Mississippi brochure, published by the Vicksburg Chamber of Commerce
  3. Monticello (Home of Thomas Jefferson) brochure
  4. 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,
  3. Includes articles on the Grant presidency, South American War, Edison’s Light/Early
    Electricity
  4. “Cortez: Man Rejected by His People,” by Stanley Meisler, Morning Advocate, November 7, 1974
  5. “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:

  1. Postcard of the dining room of the Hotel Vicksburg in Vicksburg, MS
  2. Postcard of the Hotel Vicksburg in Vicksburg, MS
  3. Brochure: “Our Cultural Resources…What they Mean to Louisiana”.  Published by Louisiana
    Commission on Cultural Resources
  4. Brochure: “The National Trust for Historic Preservation”

     Miscellaneous:

  1. 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
  1. Certificate dated May 14, 1960 acknowledging that C. Howard Nichols successfully traveled
    on the Natchez Trace
  2. “Cooking with a Southern Accent,” by Clementine Paddleford. Reprint from New York
    Herald Tribune, March 4, 1956
  1. Portion of stationary from the Friendly Store in Covington, LA.  Handwritten Cedar
    Spring address of the Clapman (?) house.
  2. Brochure of the Mile Branch Settlement at the Washington Parish Fair, 1979
  3. Self-guide tour booklet of Fort Pickens in Pensacola Beach, Florida 
  4. U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service 5-page tourist information sheet
    on Fort Pickens
  5. “Great Lady Who Proved Legend During her 101-Year Lifetime,” a Pie Dufour ‘A La Mode’
    column in an unidentified newspaper, March 15, 1968
  6. “A Ditch to be Reckoned With,” States-Item, July 11, 1967 (about the Erie Canal on its 150th Anniversary)
  1. “Walter Prichard, Retired Educator, Dies Here Today,” obituary in unidentified newspaper,
    n.d.

 

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

  1.  1969-1970—Vol. 1, Nos.1-4
  2.  1970-1971—Vol. 2, Nos. 1-4
  3.  1971-1972—Vol. 3, Nos. 1-4
  4.  1975—Vol. 6, No. 4, Summer; Vol. 7, No. 1, Fall

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

  1. 1976—Vol. VIII, No. 1, Fall

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

  1. 1978—Vol. IX, Nos. 1-4
  2. 1979—Vol. X, Nos. 1-4
  3. 1980—Vol. XI, Nos. 1-4

 15      1981—Vol. XII, Nos. 1-4

  1. 1982—Vol. XIII, Nos. 1-4
  2. 1983—Vol. XIV, Nos. 1-4
  3. 1984—Vol. XV, Nos. 1-4
  4. 1985—Vol. XVI, Nos. 1-4
  5. 1986—Vol. XVII, Nos. 1-4
  6. 1987—Vol. XVIII, Nos. 1-4
  7. 1988—Vol. XIX, No. 1
  8. 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
  9.  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

  1. 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

  1. The Dixieland Coloring Book, by Scarlet O’Hearme
  2. The Peoples of Louisiana: Heritages and Futures, Published by the Louisiana Committee for the Humanities, 1976-1978
  3. Northshore Magazine, 1984, Vol. 1, No. 2, September and No. 3, October
  4. Pathway, The Magazine of the Greater Covington Area, 1972, February and March
  5. Louisiana Heritage, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 1968; Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter 1969; Summer 1969; Spring 1969;
    Vol. 2, No. 2, 1970
  6. The Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly, Vol. XIII, No. 1, Winter 1995

 

BOX 7a

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

 

BOX   7b    Art, Music, Folklore

Folder   1  Poems & Sheet Music

a) My Rose of the Ghetto by Donaghey and Burkhardt from the Musical Comedy Louisiana Lou by Frederick Donaghey & Addison Burkhardt, 1911.

b) Song of Louisiana by Vashti R. Stopher, May 1928.

c) God Save the South.

d) Farewell to Yankee Doodle, February 1, 1961.

e) Call All: Call All: By Georgia.

f) Our Cause.

g) Secession, or Uncle Sam’s Troublesome Daughters.

h) O! I’m a Good Old Rebel, 1862.

i) The Despot’s Song by “Ole Secesh.”

Folder    2  —Art

a) “Fair Grounds Fine Art” by John Foster, Dixie, November 21, 1965.

b) “Major Art Event of Year: ‘Cotton Exchange’ on View” by Alberta Collier.

c) “Pontalba Portraits Found?” by George E. Jordan.

d) “Art in high places” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, November 27, 1983.

e) “Celebrating Our 125th Anniversary 1872-1996,” a commemorative issue, 1996.

f) “Art.”

      Newcomb Pottery

g) “Newcomb Pottery, Handcrafts Featured in Presbytere Show,” The Times-Picayune, November 15, 1974.

h) “Newcomb pottery escalates in popularity and value,” Sunday Advocate, September 19, 1982.

i) “Newcomb Pottery Found Nationwide,” The States-Item, December 12, 1980.

Folder   3  Music

a) “Welcome Back!” by Frank Gagnard, Lagniappe, March 3, 1989.

b) “Glamour days have ended for Uptown club, The States-Item, October 10, 1981.

c) “Hope for the musical future” by Rex Reed, Sunday Advocate, January 30, 1977.

d) “Singing the Blue Room Blues: A touch of class,” The Courier-Bozart, June 19-25, 1975.

e) “‘Loyal Colony’ is topic of Benton For Coffee Held by Woman’s Club,” Morning Advocate, March 7, 1975.

f) “Ragtime” by John Pope, The States-Item, November 14, 1974.

g) “Still’s Lyrical ‘Bayou Legend’ Sparkles in World Premiere,” Sunday Advocate, November 24, 1974.

h) “Music,” Time, June 13, 1960.

i) “Old favorites were Louisiana-inspired” by Rex Laney, Sunday Advocate, April 6, 1959.

j) “‘Sleepytime Down South’ author Leon Rene Revisits SU Campus,” May 7, 1979.

k) “Cajun Music and Zydeco” by John Wirt, Magazine, October 11, 1992.

Folder   4  —Cajun Music

a) “Beausoleil, True to their Cajun roots, their playing is never less than inspired”
by Calvin Gilbert, FUN, June 21, 1985.

b) “Making Music” by Lionel Leleux, Magazine, August 26,1990.

Folder   5  Jazz

a) “The Olympian Brass Band” by Bill Grady, Dixie, March 21, 1982.

b) “Jazz—Source of Shame, Pride” by John Simon, The Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976.

c) “Keeping Jazz for Tomorrow” by Donald Markstein, Dixie, August 2, 1970.

d) “The Olympia Brass Band” by John Pope, Lagniappe, August 29-25, 1978.

e) “Buddy Bolden Story Documents Jazz Style,” Sunday Advocate, September 10, 1978.

f) “Atmosphere is Light in N. O. Jazz Archive,” The Times-Picayune, July 4, 1965.

g) “Jazz! The best block party” by Eddy Allman, FUN, April 30, 1982.

h) “10th Anniversary New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival,” Lagniappe, April 21, 1979.

i) “Jazz landmarks losing their brass and polish,” The Times-Picayune, July 23, 1989.

k) “Sound of the city” by Michelle Nicolosi, The Times-Picayune, August 14, 1988.

l) “New Orleans: High Notes and Low,” The New York Times Magazine, October 4, 1987

m) “One talent that won’t be forgotten [Count Basie]” by James Brady, May 12, 1984.

n) “A quiet afternoon with Willie Humphrey” by Vincent Fumar, Dixie, Feb. 3, 1985.

o) “Living with jazz in the French Quarter” by Vincent Fumar, Dixie, Dec. 2, 1984.

p) “Jazz has long row to hoe, exec says,” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1990.

q) “Jazz on Broadway” by Vincent Fumar, Dixie, August 21, 1983.

r) “Death of Louis Barbarin, 94, cuts link with jazz’s past” The Times-Picayune, May 14, 1997.

s) “Oldest active New Orleans musician dies [Willie Humphrey]” Times-Picayune, June 8, 1994.

Folder   6  Jazz

a) “Experts agree ‘Jelly Roll’ was greatest” by Hal Ledet, Sunday Advocate, May 17, 1981.

b) “Fair Grounds electrician keeps juice flowing at Jazz Festival,” Times-Picayune, Apr 26, 1981.

c) “Get down with some goooood music” by Eddy Allman, FUN, May 1, 1981.

d) “Critics Call Him a ‘Giant of Jazz’,” Sue Fontaine, Sunday Advocate, May 16, 1965.

e) “Dirge for jazz trombone,” The States-Item, May 5, 1976.

f) “N. O. Jazz Club hails fallen ‘Duke’ Comrade” by Thomas Griffin, Lagniapp

g) “Satchmo’s letter to Mr. Jones” by Thomas Griffin, Lagniappe, July 24-30, 1976.

h) “‘Satchmo’ Swinging Into Home Town,” The Times-Picayune, October 24, 1965.

i) “Preservation Hall” by Clare Jupiter, The States-Item, January 18, 1975.

j) “Ask A. Labas.”

k) “New Orleans, Jazz Capital?,” Saturday Review, July 12, 1969.

l) “Who is Willis Conover?” by James Snyder & Robert Hickox, Parade, October 12, 1969.

m) “Local jazz giants see tourism boom” by Ron Brocato, The States-Item, June 11, 1974.

n) “Louisiana Granted $9,000 in Jazz Money,” Morning Advocate, August 25, 1973.

o) “The jazz of Kid Thomas Valentine” by Jim Amoss, The States-Item, April 22, 1977.

p) “The Day They Buried Big Jim Robinson” by Jim Amoss, Lagniappe, May 4, 1976.

q) “Jazzmen” by John Pope, Dixie, February 24, 1985.

r) “Brass Band Revival” by Vincent Fumar, Dixie, March 16, 1986.     

s) “The end of the beginning” The Times-Picayune, October 10, 1993.

t) “Keeping the Sound Alive” The Times-Picayune, October 12, 1993.

u) “Turning back the clock” The Times-Picayune, October 11, 1993.

v) “All that jazz” by Scott Aiges, Lagniappe, November 12, 1993.

w) “Acclaimed jazz pianist Bill Evans dies” by David Foil, Advocate, September 17, 1980.

Folder   7  —Musicians

a) “Dinos Constantinides” by Mary Durusau, Sunday Magazine, June 22, 1986.

b) “Four decades behind a baton” by Frank Gagnard, The Times-Picayune, October 7, 1984.

c) “Jazz Men of Letters” by Jason Berry, The Times-Picayune, December 11, 1988.

d) “Martin Bringing Moonglow to BR” by Ken Winstanley, Advocate, January 31, 1965.

e) “Gottschalk—the man and his music cited,” The Times-Picayune, March 14, 1965.

f) “The symphony’s new first lady” by Millie Ball, The Times-Picayune, October 7, 1984.

g) “Violin players get an early start” by Chris Russo, Sunday Advocate, November 17, 1985.

Folder   8  Folklore

a) “Folklore is his bag” by Damon Veach, Sunday Advocate, April 20, 1980.

b) “America’s Caribbean Coast” by Nicholas Spitzer, Sunday Advocate, July 6, 1980.

c) “The Louisiana Folklife Commission…” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, 6-07-81.

d) “Folklife needs space, funds for the fair” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, Dec. 19, 1982.

e) “Folklorist searching La. for Anglo songs, stories.”

 

 

BOX   8    Food and other related topics

Folder   1  Antoine’s

a) “Antoine’s serves 150 years of history” by Mary Foster, n. d.

b) “Antoine’s: 1840-1990, Souvenir Edition,” The Times-Picayune, May 1990.

Folder   2  —Beer

      “Beer” by Jay Perkins, Sunday Magazine, July 24, 1983.

Folder  3  Boudin

“LeBon Boudin” by Renee Peck, The States-Item, May 3, 1979.

Folder   4  —Cajun Cooking

a) “Real-life Cajun cooking” by Frank Bailey, Dixie, February 10, 1985.

b) “Food, Revisionist thinking in the provincial capital of Creole cuisine,” Dixie, March 6, 1983.

c) “Creole Cooking Redefined” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, September 30, 1984.

d) “Cajun Cooking” The Times-Picayune, September 18, 1980.

e) “Two quick dishes that are easy to make and good as Grandma’s” by Myriam Guidroz,
n. d.

f) “Cajun Cooking: coast to coast” by Christopher Cox, Sunday Magazine, June 22, 1986.

g) “All about appetizers” by Frank Bailey, Dixie, December 2, 1984.

Folder   5  Cajun vs. Creole

a) “Cajun or Creole?” by Tommy C. Simmons, Morning Advocate, April 29, 1982.

b) “Cooks describe Cajun/Creole differences,” Morning Advocate, October 22, 1987.

Folder   6  —Chefs and restaurants

a) “Food, museum go together at annual benefit soiree,” Morning Advocate, Sept.29, 1983.

b) “Blue Ribbon Chefs” by Dale Curry, The States-Item, September 26, 1985.

c) “Bon appetit:  O. in midst of restaurant revival,” The Times-Picayune, August 26, 1990.

d) “Julia in New Orleans” by Dale Curry, The Times-Picayune, April 4, 1991.

e) “Roussel’s famed coffee pot runs dry: Restaurant to close,” Sunday Advocate, Feb. 19, 1984.

f) “Kolb’s restaurant sold to N.O. businessmen,” The States-Item, April 18, 1981.

g) “The World Inside the Hummingbird” by Mimi Read, Dixie, November 7, 1982.

h) “Underground Gourmet” by Richard Colin, 1980.

i) “Serving up the people’s choice” by Renee Peck, The Times-Picayune, February 7, 1988.

j) “Delicious new identity for Flagons” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, July 6, 1990.

k) “Gautreau’s: food, glorious food” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, May 25, 1990.

l) “Choice Dining in the Crescent City” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, Oct. 27, 1989.

m) Restaurant & Entertainment Guide, The Times-Picayune, October 12, 1997.

Folder   7  —Clams

      “New Seafood Industry Launched in Gulf,” The State Times, April 26, 1979.

Folder   8  —Coffee

a) “Spreading the Grounds Around” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Sunday Magazine, March 2, 1986.

b) “Ahhhhhhh, Coffee” by James Welsh, The Times Picayune, February 21, 1993.

c) “The Roast of the Town” by Millie Ball, Dixie, October 5, 1980.

d) “Coffee: Beans, Blends, and Brews” by Dale Curry, The Times Picayune, May 18, 1989.

e) “Coffee: Romance and Reality” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, April 15, 1984.

f) “A Taste for coffee [Community]” by Richard Cotton, Magazine, April 10, 1994.

Folder   9  —Cooking in New Orleans

a) “What’s Cooking: Ch. 12 is shooting ‘Great Chefs on N. O.,” TV Focus, January 16, 1983.

b) “1993 Cookbook and Recipe Contest” Times Picayune, April 11, 1993.

Folder   10  Creole Cream Cheese

      “At last. The Story of Creole Cream Cheese Ice Cream,” Lagniappe, July 14-20, 1979.

Folder   11  —Food and Cooking

a) “Another Favorite Dish From Poor Boy’s Inn,” The States-Item, October 10, 1964.

b) “Bring Your Own Sandwiches on Excursion to Evangeline Downs,” June 15, 1966.

c) “Cooking cassoulet Louisiana style” by Frank Bailey, Dixie, January 17, 1982.

d) “Cooking a three-job night” by Mary Ann Sternberg, Sunday Magazine, July 18, 1982.

e) “Boucherie de bloc” by Randy Whatley, Sunday Magazine, April 24, 1983.

f) “Deep Fry for the Big Bird” by Dale Curry, The States-Item, November 8, 1984.

g) “Louisiana food–heritage of the ‘big iron gumbo pot’,” Morning Advocate, April 18, 1985.

h) “Ice cream’s come a long way since Alexander,” Morning Advocate, July 3, 1986.

i) “Winner of Louisiana Beef Cook-Off has worked on recipe for 15 years” by Julie
Kay, The Advocate, February 25, 1993.

j) “‘Road’ crews” by Cheramie Sonnier, The Advocate, August 10, 1995.

k) “Mexican gourmet dishes are favorites in home of the Edwin Davises,” Morning Advocate, June 19, 1960.

l) “The Spirit of New Orleans” by Constance Snow, The Times-Picayune, June 16, 1994.

m) “Long simmering time for good Italian cuisine,” Hammond Vindicator, July 24, 1980.

Folder   12  —Crawfish

a) “The Life and Times of Procambarus Clarkii,” Dixie, February 20, 1983.

b) “Mudbug market softens” by Dick Wright, Sunday Advocate, February 7, 1988.

c) “Tales of Crawfish” by Tom Frazer, The Times-Picayune, April 18, 1985.

d) “Crawfish” by Dr. Jay Huner, Sunday Magazine, March 31, 1985.

e) “The mudbugs are back” by Dawson Corley, Sunday Advocate, April 27, 1980.

f) “Quick-frozen La. crawfish packed to travel afar,” The Times-Picayune, March 9, 1986.

g) “Crawfish: From the Pond to the Pie” by Renee Peck, The States-Item, April 26, 1979.

h) “On Crawfish” by Randy Whatley, Sunday Magazine, February 28, 1982.

i) “Crawfish Center’s work continuing” by Dick Wright, Sunday Advocate, May 21, 1989.

j) “The Joy of Crawfish” by Phil LaRose, Sunday Magazine, March 18, 1984.

k) “Crawfish waste found useful; processing facility to be built,” Daily Star, April 25, 1984.

Folder   13  —French Bread

a) “The champagne of French bread” by D. D. Garber, Sunday Advocate, October 7, 1979.

b) “The Upper Crust” by Dale Curry, The Times-Picayune, June 7, 1990.

Folder   14  —French Cooking

a) “Cajun Pride coming of age beyond the Bayous,” The Times-Picayune, July 28, 1985.

b) “Changes taking some spice our of Cajun Country,” The Times-Picayune, August 14, 1988.

c) “The Ewings: living the old style Cajun life” The Times-Picayune, September 28, 1984.

d) “Cajun French: The revival is working; It’s becoming a living language,” The States-Item, June 28, 1978.

e) “Louisiana ace: Cajun music man regards his fame with modest humor,” States-Item, 4/27/79.

f) “Cajun: What’s in a name?” by Calvin Trillin, Sunday Advocate, May 14, 1989.

g) “Cajun Mardi Gras: Church Point chicken chase” by Bruce Dansker, Dixie, February 13, 1983.

h) “Priest publishes Cajun Dictionary” by Jon DeMers, The Times-Picayune, Sept. 30, 1984.

Folder   15  —Galatoire’s

      “Preserving the Galatoire’s Mystique” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, October 25, 1985.

Folder   16  —Gin

      “Say It Isn’t So!” by William Rivers, Dixie, April 12, 1981.

Folder   17  —King Cake

a) “The King of Cakes” by Myriam Guidroz, The Times-Picayune, January 5, 1989.

b) “Cake fit for a king,” The Times-Picayune, January 26, 1982.

Folder   18  —Louisiana Po-Boys

      The making of a Po-Boy” by Bunny Matthews, Dixie, November 29, 1981.

Folder   19  —Louisiana Restaurants

a) “Zagat re-rates dining options” by Constance Snow, Lagniappe, January 25, 1991.

b) -Advertisements for restaurants, FUN, March 1, 1985.

c) “No, No Nouvelle” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, April 19, 1991.

d) “Sophisticated dining at the Dakota” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, April 12, 1991.

e) “Reader’s choices for best area restaurants” by Betty Eppes, FUN, February 10, 1984.

f) “Deli crowns transition for the Shadows” by Reni Haley, November 2, 1985.

g) “Cabin fever hits Louisiana spot” by Stella Pitts, The Times-Picayune, November 5, 1989.

h) “DIDEE’S: A Family Tradition” by Smiley Anders, Sunday Magazine, April 15, 1984.

i) “Wongs climb to business success” by Gary Perilloux, Daily Star, January 23, 1994.

j) “Crankin’ Out The Beans” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, December 24, 1993.

k) “Culinary stops for the top of the morning” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, May 4, 1990.

l) “Roussel’s new place with past” by Lettice Stuart, The Times-Picayune, March 9, 1985.

m) “Quaint Bavaria succeeds with tasty European cuisine” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, n.
d.

n) “Beans, Beans, Beans” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, January 4, 1991.

o) “Turning back the clockkk at Tujague’s” by Gene Bourg, n. d.

p) “The Restaurant Game” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, November 14, 1982.

q) “Catching glimmers of a glorious past” by Gene Bourg, Lagniappe, April 25, 1986.

r) “The 1982 Greater New Orleans Gourmets Guide, The Times-Picayune, November 7, 1982.

s) “Dante-by -the-River” by Millie Ball, Dixie, May 31, 1981.

t) “Backstage at Antoine’s” by Elizabeth Mullener, Dixie, August 23, 1981.

u) “The Versailles” by Millie Ball, Dixie, April 19, 1981.

v) “Dining out in days gone by” by Renne Peck, The Times-Picayune, February 18, 1982.

w) “Like His Hotel, ‘Mr. Lysle’ Is a New Orleans Institution,” Times-Picayune, Nov. 27, 1977.

x) “The 10 Best Country Restaurants” by Richard Collin, Lagniappe, December 25, 1976.

y) “The 10 Best Country Restaurants” by Richard Collin, Lagniappe, December 27, 1976.

z) “New Orleans’ Top Ten Underground Restaurants,” Lagniappe, Dec. 6, 1975.

aa) “The 10 Best Grand Restaurants-Plus Three,” Lagniappe, January 8, 1977.

bb) “The Gourmet’s 10-Best Grand Restaurants” by Richard Collin, Lagniappe, January 6, 1979.

cc) “Restaurant Awards 1979 Grand” by Richard Collin, Lagniappe, n. d.

dd) “Le Ruth’s The Best of the Best Is Still Going Strong,” Lagniappe, February 16, 1980.

ee) “Arnaud’s: A Spectacular Renovation with Reality Intact,” Lagniappe, July 14, 1979.

ff) “Recapping the ’10 Best’ of Everything” Lagniappe, January 14, 1978.

gg) “Gumbo Shop – Now There Are Two,” The Times-Picayune, November 1, 1981.

Folder   20  —Louisiana Restaurants

a) “Leruth is Culinary Artist” by Ed Fricke, The Times-Picayune, November 1, 1981.

b) “Marti’s – a spot for literary laborers” by Damon Veach, September 4, 1981.

c) “La Provence” by Millie Ball, Dixie, March 29, 1981.

d) “When the chef goes out to dinner. . . ” by Constance Snow, Lagniappe, November 9, 1990.

e) “The real folks on ‘Frank’s Place'” by Mark Lorando, The Times-Picayune, August 13, 1988.

f) “Restaurant & Entertainment Guide” The Times-Picayune, November 1, 1987.

g) “There were no mourners at passing of T. Pittari’s,” The Times-Picayune, July 25, 1983.

Folder   21  —North Louisiana Cooking

      “Eyes focus on food north” by Dotty Bagbey, Morning Advocate, September 26, 1985.

Folder   22 —Oranges

      “Louisiana oranges” by Mary A. Dixon, Sunday Magazine, January 17,1 982.

Folder   23  —Oysters

      “Oyster houses join to save industry,” The Morning SUN, March 7, 1979.

Folder   24  —Pat O’Brien’s

a) “Pat O’s quite silent partner” by Angus Lind, The Times-Picayune, March 21, 1993.

b) “Pat O’Brien’s: The next generation” by Frank Gagnard, Lagniappe, July 27, 1990.

c) “Pat O’Brien’s: An inside look at a lucrative legend,” Dixie, February 17, 1985.

d) “A home for the ‘O’Breeyon’ brothers,” The Times-Picayune, September 8, 1985.

Folder   25  —Pecans

      “Fall Forecast Fortuitous…” by Ed Cullen, Sunday Advocate, September 28, 1975.

Folder   26  —Pralines

      “Pralines and Louisiana–Synonymous With Each Other,” Sunday Advocate, April 29, 1979.

Folder   27  —Recipes

a) Plain cookies.

b) Coconut sour cream dream cake.

c) Southwest Baked Beans, Curried Tomato Noodle Soup, and Ritzy Rice Pudding.

d) Crab Cakes and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds.

e) New Orleans Praline Pie.

f) “Pizza-flavored sticks score points with kids”, recipe for Italian Biscuit Sticks
with sauce.

g) Mama Loretta’s Stuffed Bell Peppers, Sweet and Sassy Tongue, New Orleans Style
Sweet Noodle Kugel, and Loretta’s Crusty Bread Pudding.

h) “Fannye’s recipes live on at parties `in good taste’” by Mary Champagne, Sunday Advocate, August 16, 1981.

i) “It’s Tomato Time!” by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins, Parade, August 26, 1990.

j) “No-Bake Desserts” by Tommy C. Simmons, Morning Advocate, 7-25-91.

l) Recipe for Senator Allen J. Ellender’s Shrimp and Crab Gumbo.

Folder   28  —Rice

a) “Just say rice” by Anne Price, Magazine, September 1, 1991.

b) “An old rice mill with new traditions” by Sandra Day, The States-Item, Aug. 11, 1983.

c) “‘Blue Rose’ rice and the man who made it possible,” Sunday Magazine,  January 31, 1982.

d) “Rice Cookery: An Expert Shows How” Morning Advocate, June 5, 1975.

Folder   29  —Spices and Other Cajun Trademarks

a) “Spice of Life tour is new” by Annette Reynolds, Morning Advocate, July 11, 1985.

b) “Louisiana Purchases” by Dale Curry, The Times-Picayune, August 13, 1987.

c) “Louisiana Labels” by Dale Curry, The Times-Picayune, August 16, 1990.

Folder   30  —Strawberries

a) “Only U.S. Number One Strawberries Should Be Shipped This Year” by James H. Morrison, The Hammond Vindicator, February 11, 1938.

b) “The Lost Wild Strawberry Of Louisiana,” Murray Newspapers, April 4, 1973.

c) “P. L.  Hawthorne Developer of Present Day Strawberry Industry,” Murray Newspapers, April 4, 1973.

d) “It’s a Question of Grandmothers and Shortcake,” Murray Newspapers, April 4, 1973.

e) “Strawberries From the Field to the Tables,” Murray Newspapers, April 4, 1973.

f) “Modern berry result of long evolutionary process,” Murray Newspapers, March 3, 1976.

g) “Shortcake means money and fun for FHA,” Murray Newspapers, March 31, 1976.

h) “Ponchy was home of berry process,” Murray Newspapers, March 31, 1976.

i) “The ABC’s of Tangipahoa Strawberries”, Murray Newspapers, March 31, 1976.

j) “Family, Neighbors Make Difference” by Cynthia Woody, April 1976.

k) “Berries Are Coming, Festival Scheduled” by Sharon Norton, States-Item, March 16, 1978.

l) “‘Runt’ berries promising” by Charlie Chapple, Hammond Sun, April 1, 1979.

m) “Berry crop suffers,” The Daily Star, April 7, 1980.

n) “You-pick-them strawberries” by Tommy Simmons, Morning Advocate, April 10, 1980.

o) “Strawberry Member of Rose Family” by Robert Strube, The Times-Picayune, May 22, 1980.

p) “Berries look good…” by Charlie Chapple, The Hammond Vindicator, March 11, 1982.

q) “Farmer find strawberries unpredictable,” Sunday Advocate, April 25, 1982.

r) “First berries grown near Indy,” Murray Newspapers.

s) “Berries not seasonal for Patanella family,” Sunday Advocate, April 24, 1988.

t) “Strawberries Are Blooming,” New Orleans Item, March 31, 1948. (2 copies)

u) “Just Reminiscing” by Beverly Corbell, Denham Springs News, April 30, 1981 (Xerox Copy).

v) “Bent, But Not Broken” by Michael Satchell, Parade Magazine, October 10, 1982.

w) “Kenner ruled as kingpin of La. shipping,” The Times-Picayune, April 26, 1981.

Folder   31  —Strawberry Labels

a) “Labels tell the stories” by Christina Wainwright, The SUN, June 7, 1978.

b) “Old berry packing crates hide labels of heritage, nostalgia,” Vindicator, April 1, 1982.

Folder   32  —Strawberry Recipes

a) “Remember When,” Murray Newspapers, April 4, 1973.

b) “Festive berry recipes,” Murray Newspapers, March 31, 1976.

c) “Recipes,” Murray Newspapers, March 31, 1976.

d) “Mother’s Day Dinner for Special Moms,” Morning Advocate, May 10, 1979.

Folder   33  —Tabasco Sauce

      “Red hot” by Dale Curry, The Times-Picayune, August 15, 1991.

Folder   34  —Wine

a) “Berry wine: novelty of Tangipahoa”, photos by Fred Robinson, Daily Star, June 30, 1967.

b) “Tangi’s wine: almost a brandy,” The Daily Star, April 17, 1968.

c) “Louisiana Vineyards” by Tom Frazer, The States-Item, October 11, 1984.

 

BOX   9    People

Folder   1  —The Acadians

a) “Overlooked—Arrival of First Acadians Here 200 Years Ago” by Pie DuFour, April
22, 1964.

b) “Acadian Reunion” by Coleman Warner, The Times-Picayune, August 22, 1994.

c) “Our Acadian Heritage” by Martha Wilson, Morning Advocate, August 5, 1951.

d) “Where to go in Acadiana” The Sun, March 31, 1985.

e) “The Acadian Odyssey to Louisiana” by Rick Shinabery, Louisiana Country, September 1985.

f) “Early Acadians had much to learn” by Bruce Schultz, Sunday Advocate, October 6, 1985.

g) “Acadian Odyssey Observed” by Bruce Schultz, Sunday Advocate, October 6, 1985.

h) “Life Along a Louisiana Bayou,” n. d.

i) Newspaper clipping by Mrs. Evelyne Petry Goller, n. d.

j) “Acadian Village offers History, Philanthropy,” Morning Advocate, April 8, 1980.

k) “Taking Another Look at Acadiana” by Damon Veach, Sunday Advocate, July 1, 1979.

l) “What is a Cajun?” by Andrew Martin, Cajun cuisine, 1977.

m) “N. O. ‘Missed the Boat’ When the Railroads Came,” The Times-Picayune, May 22, 1966.

n) The L. S. U. Outlook, Vol. 16, No. 1, January 1969.

o) “Efforts to Preserve State’s Acadian Heritage Pushed,” Sunday Advocate, December 1, 1968.

p) “Perpetuates Acadian Handicraft” by Anna Lois Theriot, Sunday Advocate, February 6, 1966.

q) “The Louisiana Acadian Flag” Louisiana Library Association: 44th Annual Conference,
Book Dinner, n. d.

r) “What is a Cajun” by Bob Hamm, n. d.

s) “Recapturing a ‘Lost’ Art of the Acadians,” The Times-Picayune, July 6, 1975.

t) “The Culture of Acadiana: Tradition and Change in South Louisiana” by Steven l.
Del Sesto and Jon Gibson, The University of Southwestern Louisiana, n. d.

u) “Acadiana Prehistory Studied” by Mike Maher, Sunday Advocate, February 29, 1969.

v) “Mute Testimony of Concern” by Mary Allice Fontenot, Sunday Advocate, May 23, 1976.

w) “Acadian Living–Canadian Acadian, That is” by Mabel C. Simmons, Dixie, August 7, 1977.

x) “Canadian Province is Home Of Acadians’ Ancestors,” Sunday Advocate, July 18, 1976.

Folder   2  —The Acadians

a) “A Salute to Judge Felix Voorhies” by Jim LaCaffinie, Sunday Advocate, December 5, 1965.

b) “America’s Oldest Social Club” by Steve Libby, Sunday Advocate, December 14, 1969.

c) “When It’s Spring in Cajun Country” Sunday Advocate, April 11, 1971.

d) “Acadiana Shakes off  ‘Shame’ Psychology,” Morning Advocate, February 14, 1971.

e) “Coming of Acadians Deserves Attention” by Pie Dufour, November 9, 1975.

f) Map of Louisiana

g) “Attacks on Cajun Humor Draw Variety of Responses,” The Times-Picayune, July 7, 1974.

h) “The Collector: Acadian Louisiana treasures” by Hugh Smith, New Orleans, May 11, 1974.

i) “Old Cajun Custom Continues: Les Boucheries,” Morning Advocate, March 6, 1975.

j) “Where Cajuns Still Care” by Terence P. Smith, Dixie, February 12, 1978.

k) “Acadian, Creole Folklore Center Tells Anther Side of the American Story: A Louisiana 
Phenomenon” by Suzanne Stouse, Sunday Advocate, March 5, 1978.

l) “The Acadians Are so Attached To their French Heritage” by Betsy DeOME, Sunday Advocate, March 5, 1978.

m) “Lafayette plans ‘Festivals Acadiens’: Bayou foods featured” by Pat Baldridge, Morning Advocate, September 9, 1982.

n) “A Touch of Old Acadiana” by Gus Cransow, n. d.

o) “How do you explain what Cajun is?” by M. A. Red Wolcott, Daily Iberian, n. d.

p) “The Cajun Connection” by Bill Holman, Sunday Advocate, November 18, 1979.

q) L’Amour De Maman: the Acadian Textile Heritage, Louisiana State Museum, Dec. 14,
1980.

r) “Teaching Cajun” by Randy Whatley, Sunday Magazine, January 31, 1982.

s) “Fighting the myths of Cajun Heritage” by Angus Lind, Lifestyle, November 10, 1975.

t) “Homespun Acadiana” by Millie Ball, Dixie, December 14, 1980.

u) “Where to go to Fais Do Do” by Gus Cranow

v) Festivals Acadiens (pamphlet)

w) “Acadians celebrating their 200th year in Louisiana” by Truman Stacey, September
5, 1985.

x) “Acadiana history” by Truman Stacey, The St. Tammany News-Banner, Sept. 25, 1985.

y) “Acadia goes away back” by Truman Stacey, The Times-Picayune, Sept. 12, 1976.

z) “Book Chronicles Cajun Culture” by Pie Dufour, The Times-Picayune, December 19, 1976.

Folder   3  —Adams, Johnny

      “Soul Singer Johnny Adams: A night on the road with The Tan Canary,” Dixie, May 2, 1982.

Folder   4  —Adams, Rollie

      “New director to try to dust cobwebs from state museum,” The Times-Picayune, April 7, 1986.

Folder   5  —African Americans in New Orleans

a) Pamphlet: “The Rhythm of New Orleans” Greater New Orleans Black Tourism Center
Visitor’s Guide Map.

b) “Images: The Spiritual Core of the City” by Patricia Behre, Dixie, April 8, 1984.

c) “Black N. O. rates well in politics” by Ed Anderson, March 30, 1987.

d) “Drugs and Desire: A man from the project and his war against dope,” Dixie, Nov. 3, 1985.

e) “Black priest fills special position with Anglicans,” The Times-Picayune, May 14, 1988.

f) “I tried to live right and treat everybody right,” Sunday Advocate, August 10, 1986.

Folder   6  —Alferez, Rique

a) “N. O. sculptor extraordinaire” by Sharon Litwin, The Times-Picayune, November 2, 1986.

b) “Enrique: A Portrait of the Artist” by Don Lee Keith, Dixie, May 3, 1981.

Folder   7  —Ambrose, Stephen

a) “Tracking Crazy Horse and Custer,” The Courier, February 12-18, 1976.

b) “Stephen Ambrose and His Famous Friends” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, November 25, 1984.

c) Chronicle: Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Vol. 7, No. 4, December, 1985.

d) “Writes of Spring” by Susan Larson, The Times-Picayune, February 4, 1996.

Folder   8  —Anderson, Walter

a) “Anderson’s Sea, Earth and Sky” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, September 19, 1982.

b) Invitation to the Annual Benefit for the Anglo-American Art Museum, October 2,
1992.

c) “Strokes of a genius: Artist’s daughter now caretaker of collection of memories”
by Laura Claverie, The Times-Picayune, October 4, 1982.

Folder   9  —Anzalone, Frank

      “Life in the Legislature” by Lil Mirando, Gumbo Magazine, April 27, 1986.

Folder   10  —Armstrong, Louis

a) “Satchmo’s park a living legacy” by Ed Lepoma, Sunday Advocate, June 22, 1980.

b) “Armstrong Statue is dedicated” by Joan Treadway, The Times-Picayune, April 16, 1980.

c) “Louis Armstrong Park: New Orleans Fanfare Jazz & Heritage Festival” by Duane Thompson,
The Times-Picayune, April 11, 1980.

d) “A Salute to Satchmo: New Orleans gets a brand new park,” Lagniappe, April  12, 1980.

e) “N. O. park honoring ‘Satchmo’ opened” by Bill Crider, Morning Advocate, April 16, 1980.

f) “Armstrong Park” by John Pope, The States-Items, April 16, 1980.

Folder   11  —Audubon, James

a) “Many Famed in La. History Also Had Prominent Fathers” by Claire Puneky.

b) “Audubon: Work of artist/naturalist sill reproduced,” Sunday Advocate, March 6, 1988.     

c) “How to purchase Audubon’s prints,” Sunday Advocate, March 3, 1985.

d) “Audubon: St. Francisville honors its most famous visitor,” Sunday Advocate, March 3, 1985.

e) “Reviving Audubon’s art” by Millie Ball, The Times-Picayune, March 16, 1986.

f) “Lucy’s story completes picture of John J. Audubon,” Sunday Magazine, September 12, 1982.

Folder   12  —Barrett, Emma

      “Sweet Emma’ Barrett, jazz musician, is dead,” The Times-Picayune, January 29, 1983.

Folder   13  —Barrow, Robert

a) “Tour as Head of U.S.M.C. to Delay St. Francisville Native’s Return,” Advocate, Jan. 3, 1979.

b) “Marines enjoy his La, tour” by Sam Hanna, The States-Item, May 21, 1980.

Folder   14  —Behrman, Martin

      “Behrman book: Comstock lode of N. O. politics,” The States-Item, January 20, 1978.

Folder   15  —Benjamin, Judah P.

      “Relics of Three Careers” by Stella Pitts, Dixie, April 29, 1973.

Folder   16  —Benson, Tom

a) “The Baffling Mr. Benson” by Allan Katz, Dixie, September 1, 1985.

b) “Tom Benson: The Man” by Cynthia V. Campbell, Sunday Magazine, February 15, 1987.

Folder   17  —Beychok, Shelly

      “Beychok plans to use politics to make LSU better,” The Times-Picayune, August 15, 1982.

Folder   18  —Bienville

a) “Le Moyne’s Log Tells of Early Explorations,” Morning Advocate, September 30, 1951.

b) “The governing principals of early Nouvelle Orleans,” Times-Picayune, November 13, 1988.

c) “His talent for exaggeration put Nouvelle Orleans on map,” Times-Picayune, August 12, 1984.

Folder   19  —Billups, Buddie

      “Uncle Buddie” by Lil Mirando, Gumbo Magazine, March 2, 1986.

Folder   20  —Boggs, Hale

a) “An Ostrich Plume in Lindy’s Cap” by Rose Kahn, The States-Item, November 4, 1970.

b) “Bad Weather Conditions Hamper Boggs Search, The Times-Picayune, October 29, 1972.

c) “A decade later, Hale Boggs’ fate is still a mystery,” The Times-Picayune, October 10, 1982.

d) “Historic Victory for Freer Trade” Newsweek Magazine, October 1, 1962.

e) “The Boggs Years” The Tulanian 45, No. 2, Spring 1973.

f) “Guess Who Came to dinner [President Richard Nixon] to honor 3 Tulanians?” The Tulanian 44, No. 3, September, 1971.

Folder   21  —Boggs, Lindy

a) “Lindy Boggs takes a look at her journey to national prominence,” Morning Advocate, August 10, 1990.

b) “A visit with Congresswoman Boggs,” Sunday Advocate, December 15, 1974.

c) “Lindy Boggs” by George Hager, Dixie, January 3, 1982.

Folder   22  —Boyd, Malcolm

      “Episcopal Priest Says Underground Church is Spreading” Morning Advocate, Feb. 16, 1967.

Folder   23  —Bradley, John Ed

      “John Ed Bradley” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Sunday Magazine, May 29, 1988.

Folder   24  —The Brennans

      “The Brennans” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, October 30, 1983.

Folder   25  —Bufman, Zev

a) “It’s Show time, folks!” by John DeMers, Magazine, January 16, 1983.

b) “Zev Bufman of Broadway and Canal” by Millie Ball, Dixie, June 21, 1981.

Folder   26  —Burden, Steele

a) “Burden Oasis: Horticulturist leaves his mark on BR landscape,” Advocate, March 24, 1983.

b) “Sharing with others is way of life for Burden,” Sunday Advocate, July  29, 1984.

Folder   27  —Burns, James T.

      “Longtime statesman Burns dies at age 81,” St. Tammany News, December 18, 1981.

Folder   28  —Bussie, Victor

“Longtime AFL-CIO leader has built a solid reputation that reaches far beyond labor
issues” by Anne Price, Magazine, March 17, 1991.

Folder   29  —Cable, G. W.

      “G. W. Cable—He Loved New Orleans” by Betsy Peterson, Dixie, June 9, 1968.

Folder   30  —Callender, Alvin A.

a) “Sandy Callender’s Last Dogfight” by Sam Guillot, Dixie, April 20, 1958.

Folder   31  —Campbell, Charles

      “Charles L. Campbell Dies After Many Weeks Illness,” Hammond Vindicator, April 30, 1943.

Folder   32  —Campbell, Edna

a) “There goes Edna” by Jill Schwartz, Gumbo Magazine, March 23, 1986.

b) “Press Award Received By Hammond Journalist,” n. d.

c) “Mrs. Campbell is Selected LPW’s Woman of the Year,” Times-Picayune, March 10, 1974.

d) “Social writer still perks along Railroad Ave.,” Sunday Advocate, March 17, 1985.

Folder   33  —Cannon, Bill

      “The Old Days,” Morning Advocate, August 20, 1983.

Folder   34  —Carter, Hodding

“Hodding Carter: a symbol” by Joan McKinney, Morning Advocate, March 15, 1980.

Folder   35  —Carter, Howell

      “A Cavalryman’s Reminiscences of the Civil War,” Magazine, December 20, 1981.

Folder   36  —Carter, Jimmy

a) “Carter: product of times” by David S. Broder, The Times-Picayune, January 19, 1981.

b) “The Missionary President” The Times-Picayune, January 19, 1981.

c) “The Carter Presidency: More Debit Than Credit,” Morning Advocate, April 10, 1979.

Folder   37  —Carter, Rosalyn

      “Early struggles molded Carter’s life” by Donnie Radcliff, Magazine, Jan. 15, 1995.

Folder   38  —The Casket Girls

      “‘Casket girls’: Homemakers or troublemakers?” The Times-Picayune, December 18, 1983.

Folder   39  —Catledge, Turner

      “Man of New York, Neshoba… and New Orleans,” Dixie, February 18, 1973.

Folder   40  —Chandler, David Leon

      “Chandler Says South’s Politicians Superior,” The Times-Picayune, January 16, 1977.

Folder   41  —Chaplin, Charlie

      “The man behind the mustache” by David Cuthbert, The Times-Picayune, May 6, 1998.

Folder   42  —Chennault, Claire Lee

      “A Man, A Soldier, A General,” Sunday Advocate, October 10, 1976.

Folder   43  —Chinese in Louisiana

      “Chinese Community hub shifting to Jeff” by Joan Treadway, Times-Picayune, Dec. 6, 1981.

Folder   44  —Chopin, Kate

“Victorian novelist still a gentle enigma” by Lily Jackson, The Times-Picayune, Jan. 27, 1985.

Folder   45  —Ciaccio, Philip

      “No Regrets” by Joe Massa, The Times-Picayune, January 3, 1982.

Folder   46  —Clark, Daniel

      Biography, unidentified publication, n. d.

Folder   47  —Clark, Dr. Felton G.

      “Dr. Clark:  Gentleman, Scholar”, Morning Advocate, July 8, 1970.

Folder   48  —Clausen, Tom

“He’ll Take the Job, Not Shove It”, by Phil Ward, Sunday Magazine, January 29, 1984.

Folder   49  —Cliburn, Van

      “Legendary Van Cliburn—home in Shreveport,” Sunday Magazine, April 24, 1983.

Folder   50  —Coe, Boyer

      “Bodybuilding extraordinaire” by Joan Goldberger, Sunday Advocate, September 2, 1979.

Folder   51  —Collins, Pat

      “The Aftermath” by Bill Campbell, The Times-Picayune, May 21, 1995.

Folder   52  —Copeland, Al

a) “The many faces of Al Copeland” by Smiley Anders, Magazine, August 19, 1984.

b) “Popeyes Grows By Doing It Copeland’s Way,” The Times-Picayune, August 17, 1980.

c) “Hatching the Chicken That Laid the Golden Egg,” Dixie, March 10, 1985.

d) “Marketing spices Popeye’s profits” by Keith Lawrence, Advocate, October 6, 1985.

Folder   53  —Copelin, Sherman N.

“Playing for Political Power in a Spicy City” by Rochelle L. Stanfield, National Journal Convention Daily, August 18, 1988.

Folder   54  —Corrington, John

a) “From Academe to Daytime Drama” by John Tarver, Magazine, August 12, 1984.

b) “John Corrington: Teacher, Novelist, Screenwriter, Outspoken, Critic of New Orleans”
by Larry Bartlett, Dixie, April 25, 1971. (2 copies)

Folder   55  —Costello, Frank

a) “Capo Di Capo Re” by George Wolf, The States-Item, June 3, 1974.

b) “Costello’s La. Ties Recalled” Morning Advocate, February 20, 1973. n. a.

c) “Confrontation” by George Wolf, The States-Item, June 5, 1974.

d) “Navy rides a whiskey tide” by George Wolf, The States-Item, June 4, 1974.

e) “Giant Killer” by George Wolf, The States-Item, June 7, 1974.

f) “Castello: A part of N. O. ‘s history” The States-Item, June 6, 1974.

Folder   56   —The Couhigs

      “Couhigs look back at thirty-five years of life together,” Sunday Advocate, July 24, 1983.

Folder   57  —Cowan, Walter Greaves

      “Cowan Career Spanned era of change” by John Wilds, The States-Item, June 29, 1979.

Folder   58  —Creoles

a) “Races nothing more that a man-made idea, scholar says,” Times-Picayune, March 1, 1987.

b) “You say tomato and I say Creole” by Benjamin Morrison, TV Focus, November 16, 1989.

c) “The Creole Connections” by Patricia Brady, n. d.

d) “Creole cooking: The History of an American Cuisine” by Dale Curry, The Times-Picayune, January 23, 1992.

e) “Creole tomato king has itch for success” by Jim Amoss, The Times-Picayune, May 9, 1982.

f) “It takes a creole to Know a Creole” by Ray Samuel, The Times-Picayune, May 25, 1980.

g) “Creole: In New Orleans Word Means Than Gumbo,” The Times-Picayune, January 20, 1980.

h) The French Creole Family in Louisiana: A Symposium (Program)

Folder   59  —Crow, Jay

      “An omen fulfilled” by Bobby Lamb, Sunday Advocate, November 25, 1990.

Folder   60  —Cruise, Boyde

      “The Romantic Fantasies of Boyd Cruise”  by John Pope, Lagniappe, December 30, 1978.

Folder   61  —Davis, Edwin

      “Davis, Richardson to Retire From LSU History Dep’t” Morning Advocate, May 17, 1973.

Folder   62  —Davis, Jefferson

      “Dr. Monroe Claims Jeff Davis Not History’s Heartless Man” by J. C. Tillman.

Folder   63   —Davis, Jimmie

a) “Jimmie Davis recovering, discharged from hospital” compiled by J. E. Bourgoyne,
The Times-Picayune, October 27, 1987.

b) Symposium on Louisiana Politics “The Governorship of Jimmie H. Davis,” Sept. 23,
1982 (program).

c) “Jimmie Davis Restores Old Mansion Room,” Sunday Advocate, January 19, 1975.

d) “Frontier Fury” Jimmy Davis advertisement, The Bogalusa News, October 2, 1944.

e) “Herman Deutsch” New Orleans, n. d.

f) “Former secretary remembers days in capitol,” Sunday Advocate, August 12, 1979.

g) “Jimmie Davis sings, stays out of trouble,” The Times-Picayune, May 22, 1983.

Folder   64   —DeSoto, Hernando

      “Clue about explorer may be in your attic,” The Times-Picayune, August 24, 1986.

Folder   65  —DeSoto, Isabella

      A picture of Isabella DeSoto with facts about her.

Folder   66  —Deutsch, Herman

a) “Herman Deutsch: Ringrose is home of many Treasures,” New Orleans, n. d.

b) “Herman Deutsch: Opelousas Weekend Rouses Memories,” New Orleans, n. d.

c) “S-1 Columnist Deutsch Dies,” The States-Item, June 25, 1970.

d) “Holmes Alexander,” n. d.

e) “Herman Deutsch: Washington, La., Once Great Port,” New Orleans, April 15, 1965.

f) “Life was good—Deutsch will,” The Times-Picayune, June 27, 1970.

g) “Stone Keeps Alive Memory of Deutsch’s Orleans,” The States-Items, July 20, 1970.

h) “Vision: The World of Art [Blanche Desmond Batson: etchings]” by Roger Green, The Times-Picayune, November 8, 1981.

Folder   67  —Dix, Dorothy

      “Dear Dorothy Dix” by Christopher Rose, The Times-Picayune, May 26, 1996.

Folder   68  —Dorignac, Joseph P.  Jr.

      “Makin’ Hay with Groceries” by Bill Grady, Dixie, August 24, 1980.

Folder   69  —Duffy, John

      “Medical author John Duffy dies in Baton Rouge at 81” by John Pope.

Folder   70  —Dufour, Pie

a) “Half a century of Pie (a la mode)” by Gene Bourg, The States-Items, July 1, 1974.

b) “Presbytere Panorama,” n. d.

c) “Dufour Wins Hebert Jesuit Alumni Award” The States-Items, November 7, 1966.

d) “What Parade Names Mean,” n. d.

e) “Getting Rex Parade to Roll,” n. d.

f) “La. Historical Association installs New Officers for 1968,” March 18, 1968.

g) “Neitzel Identifies Site of Grand Village of the Natchez,” January 20, 1966.

h) “Here’s Rare History for Collection” by Pie Dufour, The Times-Picayune, December 15, 1968.

i) “Gayarre’s 4-Volume La. History Reprinted, The Times-Picayune, January 16, 1966.

j) “First of the Series: This is your Press” Advertisement, The Times-Picayune, July 3, 1966.

k) “Get Trip to Europe off Ground: Plan Now,” The Times Picayune, January 9, 1977.

l) “Ten Things to Do in the City of Paris,” by Pie Dufour, n. d.

Folder   71  —Duke, David

a) “Herr David Duke and his nationwide network of hate,” Journal, June 6, 1990.

b) “Ex-Klansman Puts New Racial Politics to Test,” The New York Times, June 18, 1990.

c) “A Biology of Intelligence–David Duke’s Genetic Dreams,” Gambit, June 19, 1990.

d) “David Duke tries to bury Nazi past” by Tyler Bridges, The Times-Picayune, June 25, 1990.

e) “What the Republicans can do about David Duke,” The Times-Picayune, October 23, 1991.

f) “GOP and Duke” by Otis Pike, n. d.

g) “Duke: Erratic past leads to shot at the top,” The Times-Picayune, November 3, 1991.

h) “Duke claims long list of firsts” by The Associated Press, Sunday Advocate, Nov. 10, 1991.

i) “Eisenhower, Nazis and Duke,” The Times-Picayune, November 4, 1991.

j) “Would Duke election mean lights out?” Morning Advocate, November 6, 1991.

k) “Some change is only skin deep,” The Times-Picayune, November 3, 1991.

Folder   72  —Durieux, Caroline

a) “Dramatic overview” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, October 11, 1981.

b) “Cliches-Verres Exhibit Opening at BR Gallery” Sunday Advocate, November 8, 1970.

c) “Louisiana leads nation in public art display” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, June 12, 1983.

d) “Louisiana’s Grand Lady of the Arts: Caroline Durieux, Lagniappe, November 10, 1978.

e) “WPA Art Found Here Depicts Era” by Anne Price, Morning Advocate, October 3, 1977.

Folder   73  —Edwards, Edwin (I)

a) “From Cajun Land to Capitol” by Donald Markstein, Dixie, May 7, 1972.

b) “Bilingual Oath Starts New Era” by Gerald Moses, Morning Advocate, May 10, 1972.

c) “Edwards’ ethics record” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, July 10, 1983.

d) “Edwards bows out Friends, foes remember” Sunday Advocate, December 24, 1995. n. a.

e) “Visionary time” by Allan Katz, The Times-Picayune, October 2, 1983.

f) “Gov. Edwards should have known about hospital,” The Times-Picayune, October 13, 1984.

g) “Resignation better than abdication?” Sunday Advocate, March 2, 1986. n. a.

h) “Edwards gets interim appointment to court” by Dan Even, Morning Advocate, April 5, 1980.

i) “Edwin & Elaine” by Millie Ball, Dixie, September 30, 1979.

j) “Edwards and Park” by Bill Lynch, The States-Item, May 28, 1977.

k) “Power in Louisiana Government,” Sunday Advocate, May 22, 1977.

l) “Edwards earmarks surplus for renovation and repairs, The States-Item, May 1, 1974.

m) “Edwards bombs out in Eastern review” by Robert Wiemer, The States-Item, July 9, 1974.

n) “Mandingo Fandango” by Jennifer Quale, Dixie, November 17, 1974.

o) “Triche Criticizes Governor Edwards” by Donald C. Brown Jr., n. d.

p) “Disenchantment Worries Edwards,” Morning Advocate, September 28, 1974.

q) “The governor plays a gambler, and his daughter, well. . . ” States-Item, September 30, 1974.

r) “Text of Edwards statement on school funds, teacher pay,” Morning Advocate, Sept. 30, 1974.

s) “Edwards is Reluctant Star of Sideshow” by Bill Crider, Sunday Advocate, October 20, 1974.

t) “Plug in for some great TV this Week” by Sidney Coffee, The States-Item, July 13, 1974.

u) “New Southern Demos rise toward power” by David Broder, The States-Item, July 24, 1974.

v) “Edwards Replies to N. Y. Columnist,” n. d.

w) “Tangle of campaign gift stories threatens Edwards,” The States-Item, October 26, 1974.

x) “Family Health just Isn’t Doing Fine, Thank You,” Morning Advocate, October 23, 1974.

y) “Must it Always be: The Same Song, Second Verse?” Morning Advocate, June, 10, 1974.

z) “Edwards at center stage” by Bill Lynch, The States-Item, June 7, 1975.

aa) “Official Returns Show Edward’s Total 750, 107” by C. M. Hargroder, November 9,
1975.

bb) “What’s Next Step for Edwards?” The Times-Picayune, November 9, 1975.

cc) “In the wake of a phantom election” by David Synder, The States-Item, November 6, 1975.

dd) “Edwards’ first term: An optimist’s view” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, May 8, 1976.

ee) “Edwards and Landrieu shine in transit rescue,” The States-Item, January 8, 1977.

ff) “Three day sin the life of that Cajun Fella,” The Times-Picayune, March 17, 1974.

gg) “Legislators fixed for retirement” by Bill Lynch, The States-Item, October 12, 1977.

Folder   74   —Edwards, Edwin (II)

a) “Inside Edwin” Gris Gris, July 14, 1975.

b) “Edwards net worth increases $200,000,” Sunday Advocate, March 9, 1980.

c) “Edwards out of Sight but Not Public’s Mind” The Times-Picayune, March 9, 1980.

d) “Outrageous Edwards plans to Remain in Public Eye,” The Times-Picayune, March 9, 1980.

e) “Will Edwin Edwards’ place in history be number one?” The States-Item, March 15, 1980.

f) “The Edwards Years” The States-Item, March 8, 1980.

g) “Edwards looks back: his regrets are few” by Dan Even, Sunday Advocate, March 2, 1980.

h) “Edwards says honesty not enough” Morning Advocate, March 18, 1982.

i) “Edwards Era ends” The Times-Picayune, January 7, 1996. n. a.

j) “Constitution Tops – Edwards” by Charles M. Hargroder, January 20, 1980.

k) “Edwards to get post?” Morning Advocate, April 12, 1980.

l) “Edwards court stint stirs fuss” by Candace Lee, Morning Advocate, April 23, 1980.

m) “Food aside, taste of Paris is a triumph,” The Times-Picayune, January 29, 1984.

n) “Mission accomplished?” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, January 29, 1984.

o) “Edwards’ jaunt mixed fun, business” by Linda Lightfoot, Sunday Advocate, January 29, 1984.

p) “Edwards trip participants” Sunday Advocate, January 29, 1984.

q) “Edwards’ one undesired power” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, September 16, 1984.

r) “Shrewdness is Edwards’ defense line,” The Times-Picayune, September 15, 1985. 

s) “Democrats debate Hart’s new ideas” The Times-Picayune, March 12, 1984.

t) “Governor going to trial” Linda Lightfoot, Sunday Advocate, September 15, 1985.

u) “Roemer groundswell analyzed,” n. d.

v) “EWE concedes; Roemer in” by John LaPlante, Sunday Advocate, October 25, 1987.

w) “The Split, Part II” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, January 17, 1988.

x) “Edwards begins fourth term” by Peter Nicholas, The Times-Picayune, January 14, 1992.

y) “Nine rolling, entertaining acres on Highland,” Sunday Advocate, April 15, 1990.

z) “Exclusive committee of one manages Edwards campaign,” September 25, 1983.

aa) “It’s like Old Times in Louisiana Politics,” New York Times, March 10, 1985.

bb) “1984 Louisiana Inauguration” Sunday Advocate, March 11, 1984.

cc) “Nothing to be ashamed of in those past four years” Sunday Advocate, March 11, 1984.

dd) “Superman aura: Edwards returns to seek place in history,” The Times-Picayune, March 11, 1984.

ee) “Edwards era comes to end” Sunday Advocate, January 7, 1996.

ff) “Edwards steps down with head held high” by Ed Anderson, The Times-Picayune, January 7,

gg) “Edwards: a political genius with a celebrated charm,” The Times-Picayune, January 7, 1996.

hh) “Populism, Edwards- Style” by Carl Redman, Sunday Advocate, December 24, 1995.

ii) “Amazing Edwin” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, November 17, 1983.

Folder   75  —Edwards, Edwin (III)

a) “Edwards trial finally starts to get juicy,” The Times-Picayune, November 3, 1985.

b) “Gov. Edwards indicated by U. S. in hospitals case,” The Times-Picayune, March 1, 1985.

c) “Edwards indicted: Grand jury names governor, 6 others,” Morning Advocate, March 1, 1985.

d) “Governor responds to U. S. charges” The Times-Picayune, March 2, 1985.

e) “Text of statement by Edwards at news conference” Morning Advocate, March 2, 1985.

f) “Edwards: I’ll resign if convicted” by Marsha Shuller, Morning Advocate, March 2, 1985.

g) “Edwards promises road funds” by Dorothy Pugh, Daily Star, June 26, 1985.

h) “Edwards myth runs into wall of reality, Sunday Advocate, March 16, 1986.

i) “The Edwards years” Dealing and doing” by Jack Wardlaw, The States-Item, March 8, 1980.

j) “Edwin Edwards: Inauguration Special” Sunday Advocate, January 12, 1992.

k) “A New Time, a New Team, a New Direction” Morning Advocate, May 9, 1972.

l) “Gov. Edwards Voices shock over shooting,” n. d.

m) “Edwards Takes Program to Public” by C. M. Hargroder, The Times-Picayune, n. d.

n) “New Governor Introduces Tax, Reorganization Plan” by Bill McMahon, Advocate, n. d.

o) “Credibility is Issue, Johnston is the Man” Sunday Advocate, December 12, 1971.

p) “Edwards, Demos Ease Into Office: Cajun Power Leads to Election Sweep” by Gerald
Moses,     Morning Advocate, February 2, 1972.

q) “Edwards still Campaigning for Change” by Gerald Moses, Morning Advocate, May 9, 1972.

r) “Edwards Makes Speech Rounds Without Letup” by Gerald Moses, n. d.

s) “70th Governor Takes office Et Les Bons Temps Roulent” by Jim La Caffinie, n. d.

t) “Text of Gov. Edwards’ Address to Legislature” Morning Advocate, August 22, 1972.

u) “Getting to Inaugural was Half the Fun!” by Katy Carroll, Daily Star, May 10, 1972.

v) “Inaugural Security is Tight” Morning Advocate, May 10, 1972.

w) “Here’s Gov. Edwards’ whole Inaugural Address” Morning Advocate, May 10, 1972.

x) “25,000-Plus-Plus Jam The Governor’s Inaugural Ball” Daily Star, May 10, 1972.

y) “Edwards’ Long Climb to Governorship” Sunday Advocate, May 22, 1977.

z) “Tracks Kept leading to Edwards in DCCL probe,” The Times-Picayune, July 10, 1983.

aa) “Going the Edwards way” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, March 25, 1984.

bb) “Legal or not, it’s wrong,” September 30, 1984.

cc) “Dancing on the edge of the abyss” by Allan Katz, n. d.

dd) “On the Job,” n. d.

ee) “Where did the leadership go?” Sunday Advocate, October 5, 1986.

ff) “Edwards, Duke hot on Campaign trail,” The Times-Picayune, November 10, 1991.

gg) “It’s Edwards: Heavy voter turnout buries Duke,” The Times-Picayune, November 17, 1991.

hh) “Louisiana after the storm” The Times-Picayune, November 17, 1991.

ii) “A shot at doing the right thing,” The Times-Picayune, November 20, 1991.

jj) “Gov. Edwards returns: 4th term starts with unity call,” Advocate, January 14, 1992.

kk) “Schwegman makes history as state officials sworn in,” Advocate, January 14, 1992.

ll) “Edwards speech encouraging” The Times-Picayune, January 14, 1992.

mm) “The Little Man: Edwards the IV,” The Times-Picayune, January 15, 1992.

nn) “Edwards wins $15,000 at Monte Carlo” Morning Advocate, January 23, 1984.

oo) “Through the media’s eyes” by Iris Kelso, n. d.

pp) “Edwards gives plan for casinos, lottery,” The Times-Picayune, January 7, 1986.

qq) “In search of gambling support” by Bill Lynch, The Times-Picayune, February 15, 1986.

rr) “Edwards- working on appeal” The Times-Picayune, March 24, 1991.

Folder   76  —Edwards, Elaine

a) “The New Elaine” by Millie Ball, The Times-Picayune, December 18, 1983.

b) “State’s New Senator Spends Much Time in Mansion’s Sewing Room” by Mary Champagne, 
Sunday Advocate, August 6, 1972.

c) “Edwards start Historic 3rd term” by John LaPlante, Morning Advocate, March 13, 1984.

d) “Gov. Edwards pleads innocent” The Times-Picayune, March 9, 1985.

e) “Edwards on religion: Don’t look for God too for away” by Associated Press, Sunday Advocate, March 18, 1984.

f) “Back Porch Rocking with Elaine Edwards” by Laura de Vincent, Lagniappe, Sept. 1975.

Folder   77  —Ellender, Allen J.

a) “Allen J. Ellender Library” by Jim Silverberg, Sunday Advocate, September 14, 1980.

b) “Stephen S. Rosenfeld: The Travels of Allen Ellender” The New Republic, Sept. 27, 1969.

c) “Sen. Allen Ellender Dies at 81,” Morning Advocate, July 28, 1972.

d) “Final Respects Paid Louisiana’s Senior U. S. Senator” Morning Advocate, August 1, 1972.

e) “Ellender’s famous gumbo recipe to be tested in the senate today,” Morning Advocate, September 7, 1972.

f) The Tulanian, Vol. 45, No. 1, August, 1972.

g) “Citizens to pay respects to Ellender” by Gerald Moses, Morning Advocate, July 29, 1972.

Folder   78  —Entermont, Philippe

“Our Baton from France” by Millie Ball, Dixie, April 27, 1980.

Folder   79  —Evans, Elliot

      “Keeping the Jaguars purring” by Mimi Read, Dixie, December 18, 1983.

Folder   80  —Faulkner, William

      “Faulkner’s Rowan Oak endures” by Betty Eppes, Sunday Advocate, September 14, 1980.

Folder   81  —Fontelieu, Stocker

      “Stocker Fontelieu: All His World’s  a Stage,” Lagniappe, September 1-7, 1979.

Folder   82  —Fontenot, Mary Alice

“Cloves Crawfish creator” by Sarah Sue Thorpe, Sunday Magazine, February 21, 1982.

Folder   83  —Ford, Gerald

a) “President on Paddlestop Campaign” The Times-Picayune, September 26, 1976.

b) “Ineptitude Dispels Enthusiasm But He’s Still a Winner,” Morning Advocate, Feb. 7, 1975.

Folder   84   —Ford, Leon III

      “In another time, judge may have been railroad man,” Sunday Advocate, January 10, 1982.

Folder   85  —Foster, Mike

a) “Getting to know Mike Foster and Cleo Fields better,” The Times-Picayune, Oct. 29, 1995.

b) “Miss Alice” by Karen Martin, Sunday Advocate, February 26, 1996.

c) “Inauguration 1996: Murphy J.’Mike’ Foster” Sunday Advocate, January 7, 1996.

d) “Power Shift” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, January 7,

Folder   86  —Fountain, Pete

a) “Do you know what it means to love New Orleans? Pete does!” Morning Advocate, July 11, 1980.

b) “The Youth of Fountain” by Millie Ball, Dixie, October 26, 1979.

Folder   87  —Franklin, Benjamin

      “A 250th  Birthday for Ben,” Time, January 30, 1956.

Folder   88  —The French

      “French of the French Quarter” by Sharon Litwin, The Times-Picayune, October 26, 1986.

Folder   89  —Gaines, Ernest

a) “The Importance of being Ernest” by Susan Larson, The Times-Picayune, April 4, 1993.

b) “The French Connection” Ruth Laney, Magazine, February 18, 1996.

c) “Ernest Gaines teaches lesson in living” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, July 25, 1993.

Folder   90  —Garrison, Jim

      “D. A. Garrison going on trial; Bribery Charged,” Morning Advocate, August 20, 1973.

Folder   91  —Gennaro, Peter

“The dancer and me” by Dawson Corley, Sunday Advocate, September 7, 1980.

Folder   92  —The Germans

a) Subscription order form for The German Gazette.

b) “Germantown: Remnant of a Dream” by Ezra Adams, Sunday Advocate, June 9, 1963.

c) “The German People of New Orleans” by Roger Green, Lagniappe, May 12, 1979.

d) “Louisiana Ancestors” by Damon Veach, Sunday Magazine, February 1, 1981.

e) “Tracing the roots of the Germans of N. O.,” The Times-Picayune, February 28, 1982.

f) “Germanophile’s papers available at Loyola University,” Sunday Magazine, October 24, 1982.

g) “Louisiana’s German Heritage” by Regine Richter, Sunday Magazine, October 9, 1983.

h) “‘It takes German people to do that’, The Houma Daily Courier-Houma, December 5, 1984.

Folder   93  —Gewalt, John

a) “LP&L to estimate cost of burying power lines,” Daily Star, February 10, 1984.

b) “Architect sees slow going with Alley Square” Daily Star, February 10, 1984.

c) “Gewalt buries downtown plans” by Laureen Tedesco, Daily Star, September 4, 1988.

d) Packets of Sugar by John Gewalt.

Folder   94  —Gifford, Alec

      “In Tv’s Jungle of change, He’s still here” by Benjamin Morrison, TV Focus, August 5, 1984.

Folder   95  —Giscard, Valery

a) “Amusez-Vous Bien!” by Rose Kahn, n. d.

b) “A Louisiana super-feast for Giscard” by Patricia Gormin, The States-Item, May 20, 1976.

c) “Legislators Want more money” by Jack Wardlaw, The States Item, May 20, 1976.

d) “Groundbreaking Ceremonies Friday for Teche-Vermilion Freshwater Job” by the Advoc

e) “Gaiete, gastronomie, charite: Stage is set for Giscard” The States-Item, May 21, 1976.

f) “DeGaulle visit remembered” by John Pope, The States-Item, May 21, 1976.

g) “Welcome, Giscard” The States-Item, May 21, 1976.

h) “How the French partied in D. C.” by New York News Inc., The States-Item, May 21, 1976.

Folder   96  —Godchaux, Leon

“From Rags to Riches- the Story of Godchaux’s” The Times-Picayune, January 6, 1980.

Folder   97  —Gonzalez, Xavier

a) “Survivor of the WPA era” by John R. Kemp, The States-Item, May  27, 1988.

b) “Award-winning WPA artist Xavier Gonzalez dead at 94,” Times-Picayune, January 15, 1993.

c) “Murals escape sad end” by Gary Perilloux, Daily Star, September 24, 1993.

Folder   98  —Gottschalk, Louis Moreau

“The Virtuoso” by Harold Schonberg, Lifestyle, May 8, 1979.

Folder   99  —Graham, John M.

a) “Up the Latter” The Times-Picayune, May 7, 1989.

b) “Graham moves its energy staff to piney woods,” The Times-Picayune, June 22, 1986.

c) “Running on empty” by Mary Judice, n. d.

Folder   100  —Gravel, Camille

a) “Camille Gravel: legislature’s superstar” by Guy Coates, The States-Item, October 1, 1975.

b) “Gravel Plans sto steps back from politics-for Now” The Times-Picayune, Sept. 16, 1979.

Folder   101  —Gray, William

“Gray matters: Making sense fo budget dollars” by Anne Price, Magazine, February 24, 1985.

Folder   102  —Grau, Shirley Ann

a) “Pulitzer Winner Grau Scheduled for La. Legends” Sunday Magazine, October 17, 1982.

b) “Pulitzer-Winning Novelist Tried Hard” Morning Advocate, May 4, 1965.

c) “Louisiana’s First Family of Letters” by Ann B. Dobie, Morning Advocate, February 20, 1966.

d) “N. O. Pulitzer Winner Enjoys ‘Delicious Bedlam'”, by Rose Kahn, n. d.

Folder   103  —The Greeks

      “All about love, life, and ouzo” by John DeMers, Sunday Magazine, July 11, 1982.

Folder   104   —Greer, Frances

      “The Greer Career” by William Specht, Dixie, June 8, 1952.

Folder   105  —Gregory, Angela

a) “Angela Gregory an artist with monumental talent,” Sunday Advocate, March 13, 1988.

b) “She breathes life into stone” by Sharon Litwin, The Times-Picayune, March 21, 1981.

Folder   106  —Haag, William G.

      “From bones to artifacts—Haag’s expert on all,” Sunday Advocate, February 21, 1982.

Folder   107  —Hackney, Sheldon

“Can Sheldon Hackney Save Tulane?” by Allan Katz, Lagniappe, May 1, 1976.

Folder   108  —Hainkel, John J.

a) “Hainkel finally makes it official” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, November 3, 1985.

b) “Hainkel, the loner” by James H. Gillis, The Times-Picayune, April 26, 1984.

Folder   109  —Hannan, Philip Matthew Archbishop

a) “Archbishop Genial Steward in his father’s house,” The Times-Picayune, December 22, 1974.

b) “A decade of Hannan soft voice amide crises” by Allan Katz, States-Item, October 4, 1975.

c) “Philip M. Hannan: Archbishop of New Orleans” by Bill Grady, Dixie, September 27, 1981.

d) “Archbishop Hannan’s home tailor-made for visiting pope,” Times-Picayune, August 29, 1987.

e) “Storms dumps rain, havoc on N. O. area,” The Times-Picayune, May 22, 1988.

Folder   110  —Harper, Brad

“The man Behind Bombay” by Millie Ball, Dixie, November 18, 1979.

Folder   111  —Haughery, Margaret

      “Margaret Haughery Statue Honors Beloved Personality,” The Times-Picayune, March 10, 1974.

Folder   112  —Hearn, Lafcadio

a) “Lafcadio Hearn Intrigued by Exotica of New Orleans,” The Times-Picayune, April 21, 1974.

b) “The N. O. literary link to world of Buddhism,” The Times-Picayune, August 15, 1982.

Folder   113  —Hebert, Edward

a) “Hebert Dies Following Long Illness” The Times-Picayune, December 30, 1979.

b) “Hebert succumbs to heart attack” Sunday Advocate, December 30, 1979.

c) “Congressman who really represented this district” Sunday Advocate, December 30, 1979.

d) “Power was key in Eddie Hebert’s life” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, January 5, 1980.

e) “Last of the Titans” by John Hebert, Center for Louisiana Studies. n. d.

f) “Hebert accuses officials of covering up massacre,” Morning Advocate, July 16, 1970.

g) “Hebert: yesterday’s Deeds Don’t count” Morning Advocate, January 27, 1975.

h) “A Quarter-Century on Capitol Hill” by John Foster, Dixie, January 2, 1966.

i) “How common cause knocked off Hebert,” The Courier, January 23, 1975.

j) “Peter Hammond” by Thomas S. Ellis, Daily Star, April 14, 1972.

Folder   114  —Henley, Beth

“Beth Henley” by Elizabeth Mullener, Dixie, November 8, 1981.

Folder   115  —Hennessy, David

      “In Search of Justice,” Dixie, June 16, 1968.

Folder   116  —Hirt, Al

a) “Taxes, not dirt, drive Al Hirt from Quarter,” The Times-Picayune, June 16, 1990.

b) “Al Hirt: his music, his town” by Eddy Allman, FUN, July 10, 1981.

Folder   117  —The Hispanics

      “Que Pasa?…” by Annette Harper, Lagniappe, January 12-18, 1980.

Folder   118  —Holloway, Clyde

      “Convention for the history books” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, January 19, 1991.

Folder   119  —Holmes, D. H.

a)  “D. H. Holmes, man behind the firm,” Daily Star,” October 5, 1977.

b) “Dillard’s old pro at chain buyouts” by Steve Brooks, The Times Picayune, March 8, 1989.

c) “The Grand old Emporiums of Canal Street,” The Times-Picayune, Dec. 16, 1979.

Folder   120  —President Hoover

“Former President Hoover taken by death at age 90,” The State Item, October 20, 1964.

Folder   121  —Huber, Leonard

a) “N. O. Louisiana Works Acquired” The Times-Picayune, March 24, 1974.

b) “Huber reaps Honors from Preservation Efforts,” The Times-Picayune, May 19, 1974.

Folder   122  —Humphrey, Hubert H.

      “Labor Told to Seek Unity by Humphrey” by Gerald Moses, Morning Advocate, April 10, 1965.

Folder   123  —Hunt, Marjorie

      “Folklorist coaxes memoirs from our ‘cultural historians’,” The Times-Picayune, May 12, 1985.

Folder   124  —Hunter, Clementine

a) “Primitive Artist of Louisiana” by Ora G. Williams, Sunday Advocate, September 26, 1965.

b) “Clementine Hunter” by Mimi Read, Dixie, April 14, 1985.

c) “Happy 98th Clementine!” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, March 18, 1984.

Folder   125  —Hunter, John

“Meet the man who’ll head L. S. U.” by John Foster, Dixie, November 12, 1961.

Folder   126  —Hunter, Ron

      “I Will Plead Guilty to Having an Ego…” by Bod Wisehart, TV Focus, May 1, 1983.

Folder   127  —Indians

a) “Blow of the Iron Fist” submitted by Dorothea Kent, Dixie.

b) “Lost Red Men of Bayou Blue” by Sue Lyles Eakin, Dixie, January 14, 1951.

c) “Reminiscences of proud Choctaws” by Iris Kelso, The States-Item, July 24, 1986.

d) “Searching for recognition” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, June 30, 1996.

e) “Discover low-cost air conditioning,” Sunday Magazine, May 22, 1982.

f) “Legends Keep Culture of Chitimacha Alive.”

g) “Indian Cultures.”

h) “UNO’s Louisiana Indian Exhibit Focuses on the Tchefuncte” by Alberta Collier.

i) “St. John ‘midden’ added to the Historical Register,” L’Observateur Shopper’s Guide, 9-2-76.

j) “La. Amateur Archaeologists Unearth…,” The Times-Picayune, October 10, 1976.

k) “Fort St. Pierre excavations Reveal New Data,” The Clarion-Ledger, September 5, 1976.

l) “Indian site found on Bayou Jasmin” by Ed Bartlme, Catholic Commentator, 6-23-76.

m) “Indians Make Presence Known” by Ed Cullen, Sunday Advocate, 9-16-73.

n) “Weeks Island Discovery Yields Indian Artifacts,” Morning Advocate, December 23, 1970.

o) “Ancient Burial Site Found in Sabine.”

p) “Neglect Peaceful Louisiana Indian” by Edgar Poe, The Times-Picayune, 11-16-75.

q) “Tough ‘Mr. Tomahawk’ Leads…” by J. E. Bourgoyne, The Times-Picayune, 3-31-74.

r) “But Tribe’s Legends Live On” by Joanne Ray, Sunday Advocate, 5-31-70.

s) “Creole Priest Wrote Poetry and Lived Among the Choctaws,” Times-Picayune, 11/23/1975.

t) “One Ray of Hope…” by Elvin Reed, Sunday Advocate, June 20, 1965.

u) “LSU Scientists Find Organic Materials…,” Morning Advocate, Jan. 18, 1971.

v) “Louisiana’s First People Revisited” by Ed Cullen, Sunday Advocate, 9-9-73.

w) “Precious Indian Heritage at Stake” by Herbert Levine, Sunday Advocate, March 19, 1972.

x) “LSU Anthropologist Studies West Carroll Indian Diggings.”

y) “Colorado River Tribes Charge BIA Delays,” Rupert Costo, Wassaja, April-May 1974.

z) “A heritage of pride” by Jim Amoss, The States-Item, June 18, 1976.

aa) “The Houmas” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, June 23, 1996.

bb) “Reclaiming the past” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, June 16, 1996.

cc) “Tribes of Louisiana” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, May 12, 1996.

Folder   128  —Indians

a) “2,700 members leaving United Houma Nation” Sunday Advocate, November 15, 1996.

b) “The Coushattas” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, June 9, 1996.

c) “The Jena Band” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, June 2, 1996.

d) “The Tunica Treasure” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, May 19, 1996.

e) “The Houma’s Tribal Test” by Patricia Behre, Dixie, October 9, 1983.          

f) “Louisiana Indian Tribes Fighting for U.S. Recognition,” Times-Picayune, January 6, 1980.

g) “Louisiana’s Forgotten Indians” by Edgar Poe, The Times-Picayune, May 1, 1977.

h) “Archaeologists Are Digging Near Jena,” Morning Advocate, May 18, 1978.

i) “Digging into the past of St. Charles Parish,” Dixie, September 7, 1978.

j) “Coushatta Safeguard Unique Culture,” Ed Cullen, Sunday Advocate, 5-21-78.

k) “In the Tchefuncte Manner,…” by Larry Bartlett, Dixie, February 27, 1977.

l) “Drums Across the Lake” by Gil T. Webre, Dixie, April 15, 1979.

m) “Tribes Have Little Legal Pull” by Duane Thompson, The Times-Picayune, 1-7-80.

n) “Indian Giver” by Joe Darby, The Times-Picayune, October 26, 1980.

o) “Scattered bones puzzle professor at Indian site,” The States-Item, July 19, 1982.

p) “Angola dig could fill gaps in Indian history.”

q) “Indians’ Trash is Treasure” by Bryce Moreland, Sunday Advocate, 9-7-75.

r) “LSU Indian mounds may be North America’s oldest,” Advocate, September 23, 1982.

s) “Walking in the past” by Melinda Shelton, Sunday Advocate, Aug. 15, 1982.

t) “Indians optimistic about land claims,” Baton Rouge Advocate, April 18, 1982.

u) “Research under way on trade with Indians,” The Times-Picayune, April 26, 1981.

v) “Choctaws gone, but their history lives on,” The Times-Picayune, December 20, 1981.

w) “Survivor of Viejo Tunicas” by Anne Poindexter, Sunday Magazine, October 18, 1981.

x) “Tunica Indians pressing land claim…,” Sunday Advocate, February 7, 1982.

y) “Louisiana Indian Tribesmen Mean Business,” The Times-Picayune, January 6, 1980.

z) “Ancient La. Indians may have…” by Kevin Noblet, The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1982.

aa) “Moss feeds Indian lore” by Lil Mirando, Gumbo Magazine, January 28, 1990.

bb) “Rich life, land was already explored” by John Pope, The Times-Picayune, October 11, 1992.

cc) “Archaeological find in BR” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, March 22, 1987.

dd) “Indians Found This Area ‘a Nice Place to Live’,” The Times-Picayune, November 25, 1979.

Folder   129  —Indians

a) “Charrier tells of treasure finds” by Melinda Shelton, Morning Advocate, February 17, 1983.

b) “Tunica historical data told” by Melinda Shelton, Morning Advocate, March 16, 1983.

c) “Tunica treasure trial begins” by Melinda Shelton, Morning Advocate, February 15, 1983.

d) “America’s Mound builders” by Madeleine Jacobs, Sunday Advocate, April 27, 1980.

e) “Choctaw Trail was ancient high road,” Bogalusa Daily News, October 19, 1983.

f) “Tunica Treasure ownership argued,” Morning Advocate, August 22, 1986.

g) “Treasure hunter won’t give up fight…” by David Snyder, Times-Picayune, April 10, 1983.

h) “Indians trying to clear path for casino in La.,” The Times-Picayune, January 27, 1991.

i) “Kleinpeter Site yields a bounty” by Anne Price, Magazine, October 28, 1990.

j) “Tunica issue still in limbo” by Melinda Shelton, Morning Advocate, January 10, 1983.

k) “The Mounds The Indians built” by Gary Perilloux, Gumbo Magazine, February 21, 1988.

l) “Tunica,” Sunday Advocate, August 30, 1981.

m) “Tunica treasure: the tale goes on,” Sunday Advocate,  August 30, 1981.

n) “Ownership Battle Wages Over ‘Tunica Treasure’,” Sunday Advocate, November 5, 1978.

o) “Tunica,” Sunday Advocate, August 30, 1981.

p) “Tunica treasure in N. O….” by Nan Perales, The Times-Picayune, April 17, 1982.

q) “Indian Artifacts in 3-Way Custody Battle,” The Times-Picayune, May 21, 1978.

r) “Indian Artifacts Battle Brewing” by Stella Pitts, The Times-Picayune, May 21, 1978.

s) “Tradition: Times change, but Bel Abbey keeps old ways,” Sunday Advocate, Aug. 8, 1982.

t) “Archaeologists’ boon is landowner’s bane,” The Times-Picayune, December 7, 1986.

u) “Tunica Artifact hunter will not give up treasure” The Times-Picayune, April 10, 1983.

v) “Diggers find history in old wells,” The Times-Picayune, August 26, 1985.

w) “Digging up the past in Baton Rouge,” Dixie, Sunday Magazine, October 10, 1982.

Folder   130  —The Irish

a) “Irish Made Indelible Impact on Louisiana,” Sunday Advocate, March 15, 1964.

b) “The Irish Channel Goes Latin,” The States-Item, April 5, 1975.

c) “Irish Channel Home Has Special Charm,” The Times-Picayune, November 7, 1976.

d) “Irish sowed Bienville’s Uptown garden” by Marjorie Roehl, The States-Item, March 11, 1980.

e) “People and Places: The Channel from a Personal Point of View,” Lagniappe, March 8-14, 1980.

f) “The Irish connection” by Freda Yarbrough, Sunday Magazine, March 17, 1985.

g) “Irish Channel” by Angela Carll, The Times-Picayune, June 15, 1997.

Folder   131  —Islenos

a) “Islenos endure hardships to retain culture,” The Times-Picayune, April 7, 1991.

b) “Los Islenos” by Jua Nyla Hutcheson, The Times-Picayune.

c) “Caldo and other Isleno classics” by Sandra Day, The States-Item, Oct. 14, 1982.

Folder   132  —The Italians

a) “The Italian Battalion,” The Times-Picayune, September 9, 1995.

b) “Piazza d’Italia’s architect pained by plan,” The Times-Picayune, February 16, 1991.

c) “A long summer journey” by Mimi Read, Dixie, October 16, 1983.

d) “Louisiana Italian heritage,” Morning Advocate, April 23, 1981.

e) “Sicilian ancestors lived on the plantation,” Magazine, November 5, 1989.

f) “Sicilian roots transplanted” by Al Ferreira, Gumbo Magazine, September 16, 1990.

g) “Quiet sincere–or not black enough?” by Beverly Beyette, Sunday Magazine, May 8, 1983.

h) “Poster observes Italian culture,” Hammond Daily Star, September 16, 1982.

i) “City’s largest European group.”

k) “Italian-American Spotlight” by Damon Veach, The Times-Picayune, Sept. 30, 1979.

l) “Piazza d’Italia May Help Preserve Italian Heritage,” The Times-Picayune, July 1, 1979.

m) “Piazza Planning” by Jeannette Hardy, The States-Item, June 21, 1980.

n) “At 66 he sells vegetables door-to-door,” Don Lewis, The Times-Picayune, 5-31-80.

o) “Island is the cure for Sicilian Fever,” The Times-Picayune, March 31, 1982.

p) “Italians, New Orleans Style” by Kit Lipps, Dixie, March 19, 1978.

q) “The Italians” by Jeanie Blake, The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1981.

r) “Once-proud Piazza d’Italia falls into decay,” The Times-Picayune, June 18, 1988.

Folder   133  —James, Floyd Ben

      “James Works to attract industry—and jobs, Sunday Advocate, November 21, 1982.

Folder   134  —Jefferson, Thomas

a) “Jefferson was gourmet” by Poppy Cannon, n. d.

b) “Monticello: The home of Thomas Jefferson” (brochure)

c) “A most remarkable American” by Fred Blumenthal, Parade, June 28, 1964.

d) “The Jeffersons of Jefferson” by John Pope, The States-Item, December 31, 1975.

e) “The Failure that led to the Louisiana Purchase” by Joy Jackson, Dixie, April 12, 1953.

f) “Sesquicentennial” by Martha Wilson, n. d.

g) The Louisiana Purchase, by Bernard De Voto, 1953

Folder   135  —Jefferson, William

      “Will Jefferson reach his potential?” Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, November 11, 1991.

Folder   136  —Johnston, J. Bennett

a) “Sen. Johnston ‘prances’ between left and right” by George Hager, November 14,
1982.

b) “Senator’s Day is study in art of the Possible” The Times Picayune, June 2, 1974.

c) “The Power Broker” by Margaret E. Kriz, National Journal, February 29, 1992.

d) “Bennett” by Clarence Doucet, The Times-Picayune, March 24, 1974.

e) “Return Johnston to seat in Senate” Sunday Advocate, September 9, 1990.

Folder   137  —President Lyndon Johnson

a) “Text of President’s Hotel Speech” The States-Item, October 10, 1964.

b) “Lady Bird Leaves Trail of Memories Along Route,” The States-Item, October 10, 1964.

c) “LBJ’s Day in New Orleans,” The States-Item, October 10, 1964.

d) “Bringing JFK Up to Date” by Newton N. Minow, Newsweek, May 30, 1977.

e) “Why I believe LBJ was a winner” by Liz Carpenter, Parade Magazine, June 5, 1983.

f) “Long Shadow of LBJ” by Jim Bishop, Morning Advocate, February 2, 1974.

Folder   138  —Jones, Bob

a) “Bob Jones ‘serious’ candidate for governor’s post,”The States-Item, October 21, 1975.

b) “Jones’ Leadership Needed by States” Sunday Advocate, October 19, 1975.

c) “S-1 endorsements for state offices” by Walter G. Cowan, The States-Item, October 13, 1975.

d) “Memories of Politics past revived by Jones’ Candidacy” by James H. Gillis, March
30, 1975.

Folder   139  —Jones, Sam

a) “Same  Jones’ three sons follow father into politics,” The Times-Picayune, July 27, 1969.

b) “What Earl Long and the Legislature did in six days for the people and state”

c) “Skull Crushing bluebeard and Longism vs: Jonesism”

d) “Report of the People” by Sam H. Jones, Governor of Louisiana.

e) “The Night Before Christmas”

Folder   140  —Jesuits

a) “CBD was plantation when N. O. was Jesuit realm,” The Times-Picayune, March 14, 1982.

b) “Jesuits gather in Rome to elect new ‘Black Pope’,” Sunday Advocate, Aug. 28, 1983.

Folder   141  —Jews

a) “Following Tradition” by Betty Eppes, Sunday Magazine, February 13, 1983.

b) “‘Creoles of Jerusalem give N. O. Jews long, proud past,” Times-Picayune, Nov. 14, 1982.

c) “The Jews of Baton Rouge” by Robin Pearson, Sunday Magazine, Nov. 28, 1982.

Folder   142  —Kabacoff, Lester

a) “Loving Cup goes to Lester Kabacoff” by John Pope, The Times-Picayune, March 30, 1997.

b) “Ubiquitous Mr. Kabacoff” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, June 6, 1982.

Folder   143  —Stephen Kapelow

      “Builder’s record: grand successes—and failures,” The Times-Picayune, December 12, 1982.

Folder   144  —Keller, Rosa

      “Society page to social protest” by Millie Ball, The Times-Picayune, January 16, 1983.

Folder   145  —Kelly, Eamon

“Eamon Kelly” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, June 2, 1985.

Folder   146  —Kendall, George Wilkins

a) “Doubt cast that Louisianian was first war correspondent,” by T. Harry Williams,
n. d.

b) “Kendall of the Picayune” by Ernest G. Fischer, Dixie, January 23, 1972.

Folder   147  —Kendall, John Smith

      “Prof. Kendall Was Embodiment Of ‘Gentleman of Old School'” by Pie DuFour, 4-22-65.

Folder   148  —Kennedy, John F.

      “The Kennedy Wit” by Bill Adler, THIS WEEK Magazine, July 5, 1964.

Folder   149  —Kershaw, Doug

      “Louisiana Man” by Millie Ball, Dixie, June 17, 1979.

Folder   150  —King, Grace

      “Lady of letters captured south’s soul with her pen,” The Times-Picayune, November 10, 1985.

Folder   151  —King, Martin Luther Jr.

a) “Point of View” by Keith D. Miller, Gazette, January 20, 1993.

b) “He Had a Dream,” n. d.

Folder   152  —Kohlmeyer, Ida

a) “Ida Kohlmeyer” by Mimi Read, Dixie, April 3, 1983.

b) “Honoring al late-blooming Kohlmeyer” by Roger Green, Lagniappe, March 1, 1985.

Folder   153  —Laborde, Alden

      “Offshore pioneer Laborde active in retirement” The Times-Picayune, October 20, 1985.

Folder   154  —LaCombe, ‘Black Cat’

“Black Cat LaCombe… another first for the record books,” The States-Items, May 2, 1979.

Folder   155  —General Lafayette

      “Tribute at Lafayette’s Paris tomb” by Millie Ball, The Times-Picayune, July 17, 1983.

Folder   156  —Lafitte, Jean

      “Gambie: Cruilest of the Pirates” The Times-Picayune, January 6, 1957.

Folder   157  —Laughlin, Clarence

a) “Memories of a visionary photographer” by Ellen Gilchrist, Dixie, April 28, 1985.

b) “The Lensman: Laughlin Continues Long Search for Reality” by Sharon Litwin, The Times-Picayune, July 28, 1980.

c) “The Magic World of Clarence John Laughlin” by Eric Bookhardt, Dixie, April 11, 1982.

Folder   158  —Leche, Richard W.

      “Cockerham gets close to infamous Leche,” Walker and Parish News, December 21, 1989.

Folder   159  —La Salle

a) “They picked the Worst Winter Ever” by Barton Dean, Dixie, April 3, 1977.

b) “Set the Hook Hard” by Bob Scearce, Morning Advocate, March 31, 1977.

c) “A New Sieur de La Salle Heads Our Way” by Jack Davis, Lagniappe, April 2-8, 1977.

d) “La Salle’s Path to Be Retraced” by Nancy Weldon, The Times-Picayune, January 4, 1976.

e) “La Salle’s Voyages and Indian contracts,” Sunday Magazine, June 12, 191983.

Folder   160  —LaBlanc, Sam

      “Sam’s political prescriptions” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, April 5, 1975.

Folder   161  —LeBlanc, Dudley J.

a) “From Huey Long to Hadacol” by Jeff Cowart, Sunday Advocate, March 24, 1974.

b) “Dudley J. LeBlanc for Governor”

Folder   162  —Ledner, Beulah

      “Octogenarian Relishes Bakery Biz” by Emile Lafourade, The States-Item, August 16, 1980.

Folder   163  —“Robert E. Lee”

      A paper written by W. J. Cameron

Folder   164  —Leruth, Warren

      “Leruth,” The Times-Picayune, November 1, 1981.

Folder   165  —Lilly, Margaret

      “Margaret Lilly” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, September 29, 1985.

Folder   166  —Lockwood, C. C.

      “Discovering Louisiana with C. C. Lockwood,” Sunday Magazine, September 14, 1986.

Folder   167  —Logan, Joshua

      “Joshua Logan,” Dixie, April 30, 1950.

Folder   168  —Logan, Terrence

      “He Chose Broadway” by William Wolf, Dixie, January 2, 1966.

“Former Hammondite Now A Star on TV” by Edna Campbell, Daily star, September 5, 1969.

Folder   169  —Long, Blanche

a) “Living in the Past? –not Blanche Long” by Marjorie Roehl, States-Item, January 29, 1976.

b) “Blanche long will write it like it was” by Rose Kahn, The States-Item, May 3, 1974.

c) “Pamela Long to Wed in May,” n. d.

d) “Miss Simon’s Betrothal Announced at Tea at Governor’s Mansion” Sunday Advocate, April 25, 1965.

e) “Then I met Earl” by Jay Grelen, Sunday Magazine, August 11, 1985.

Folder   170  —Long, Earl

a) “Movie exports” by Edgar Poe, n. d.

b) “Long’s biographer worried about Blaze” by Bobby Ardoin, Sunday Advocate, May 14, 1989.

c) “Forgotten inmate committee hears about Earl Long’s panel,” Times Picayune, April 20, 1984.

d) “Long Long Rule comes to an end”

e) “The Early Long Story in Pictures,” The States-Item, June 27, 1959.

f) “Sen. Long in Demand as a Speech-Maker” The Times-Picayune, March 20, 1966.

g) “Doug Fowler Recalls Longisms” by Bill Lynch, The States-Item, February 5, 1966.

h) “1st Circuit’s Chief Judge Dies in N. O.”

i) “Thousands file past Bier of Long; Rites set today” Morning Advocate, September 7, 1960.

j) “Our Newest State Monument,” Daily Star, July 1, 1964.

k) “Long’s Proposed Session is opposed”

l) “Long will be protected by Troopers, says Roy” The Times-Picayune, June 30, 1959.

m) “Long ‘Grateful’ vows better job”

n) “Hounded?” Times Picayune, n. a. , n. d.

o) “Long impeachment move talked to ‘End Turmoil’,” The States-Item, June 27, 1959.

p) “Clowns Complacency Corruption” by Robert Wool”

q) “Blaze Starr in Nighttown” Esquire, July, n. a.

r) “His Wife’s story of the commitment” by Blanche Long.

s) “Long Backs Clemency Plea”

t) “Uncle Earl Wouldn’t recognize stomping grounds,” Sunday Advocate, June 25, 1972.

u) “I remember Earl” by Bruce Macmurdo, Gris-Gris, June 15,-21, 1976. (2 copies)

v) “Former deputy clerk tells good Long story” by Mary Broussard, Advocate, January 3, 1981.

w) “Stumping With Uncle Earl” by Elizabeth Mullener, Dixie, August 22, 1982.

x) “Early Long depicted as fighter who didn’t hold grudges,” Magazine, July 18, 1982.

y) “The Last and the Greatest” by Michael Kurtz, Gris Gris, November 6, 1985.

z) “Rehabilitating Uncle Earl” by Pamela Tyler, The Times-Picayune, May 20, 1990.

aa) “Earl Long subject of LPB program” by Madelyn Lamb, FUN, February 14, 1986.           

Folder   171  —Long, Gillis

a) ”Political wizardry keeps Gillis Long in Congress,” The Times-Picayune, October 24, 1982.

b) “A champion of the little fellow” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, January 23, 1985.

c) “Lawmaker Gillis Long dies at 61” n. a., n. d.

d) “Rep. Gillis Long, 61 dies in Washington,” Morning Advocate, January 22, 1985.

e) “Gillis W. Long” The Times-Picayune, January 23, 1985.

Folder   172   Long, Huey P.

a) “Body of Long’s alleged assassin to be exhumed”, State Times, June 25, 1991.

b) “Return of the Kingfish” by Richard Dodds, The Times-Picayune, August 7, 1988.

c) “Huey P. Long: LSU landmark, 54, recounts its zany history,” Sunday Advocate, July 6, 1986.

d) “Long’s legacy lives on in Winnfield” by Hugh A. Mulligan, Magazine, September 8, 1985.

e) “Huey Long’s death didn’t end controversy” by Walter Cowan, Daily Star, September 1, 1985.

f) “Huey Long shot while visiting State Capitol,” Daily Star, September 4, 1985.

g) “La.’s Long: ‘He’s the lord of the Manor'” by David Snyder, The States Item, August 23, 1976.

h) Editor and to you

i) “Politics and the Depression” by John Kemp, The States Item, November 2, 1979.

j) “One of the demagogues” by Hugh Brogan.

k) “Huey” by Marshall Frady, The New York Review, February 26, 1970.

l) “La. Literary Award Goes to Williams” Morning Advocate, March 21, 1970.

m) “Louisiana’s Kingfish-Misunderstood and Underrated?” Saturday Review, November 1, 1969.

Folder   173  —Long, Huey P.

a) “Huey Long” by T. Harry Williams, Morning Advocate, October 23, 1969.

b) “Times’ book review includes Williams’ book among top 12,” Morning Advocate, December 15, 1969.

c) “Dr. T. H. Williams gives peek into his new book on Huey P. Long,” Morning Advocate, April 23, 1966.

d) “Huey Long” by Tom Wicker, The New York Times Book Review, November 2, 1969. sec. 7

e) “Amazing Career of Huey Long re-told in monumental work,” October 30, 1969.

f) “Couples recalls life with ‘Kingfish'” by Carlos Harkness, Rural Louisiana, September 1970.

g) “The Lyons Den” by Leonard Lyons, Morning Advocate, October 8, 1969.

h) “Huey Long’s story re-told at Auburn”

i) “Daring d’Aquin: life from a different angle,” The States Item, November 4, 1975.

j) “Huey’s brawl emblazoned” by Christine Guy, The States Item, July 5, 1976.

k) “Hatching a spruce-up” by Susan Finch, The States Item, August 4, 1977.

l) “Huey Long era began 50 years ago” by Ed Reed, Sunday Advocate, January 15, 1978.

m) “Castro Carazo, musical king” by Angus Lind, The States Item, January 20, 1978.

n) “Sam, Huey’s gin fizz man” by Angus Lind, The States Item, August 9, 1978.

o) “Reed remembers LSU Days and Huey Long,” Sunday Advocate, May 6, 1979.

p) “Looking back at Huey Long,” The Times-Picayune, April 24, 1982. 2 copies.

q) “The Longs of Louisiana” presented by Southeastern Louisiana University, September
8-15, 1985. (2 Copies)

r) “Photos, paintings chart life of Huey” by Anne Price, Magazine, September 1, 1985.

s) “So let it be with Huey” by Nicholas Russell Murray, Morning Advocate, Sept. 19, 1985.

t) “The debunking of T. Harry Williams” by Tom Gillen.

u) “Huey Long’s death still raises questions” by Walter Cowan, Daily Star, September 5, 1985.

v) “Was Long shot by his bodyguard?” by Ed Cullen, Morning Advocate, October 18, 1985.

w) “Recalling the days of Huey Long” by Edgar Poe, The Times Picayune, June 19, 1985.

x) “Aspersions on bodyguard of Long should be dropped” Morning Advocate, Oct. 19, 1985.

y) “Huey Long still remembered—and debated,” Sunday Advocate, September 1, 1985.

z) “BR residents remember September 8,” Sunday Advocate, September 1, 1985.

aa) “The Huey Long legend” by Hamilton Basso.

bb) “Who killed Huey Long?” by Margaret Dixon, Morning Advocate, September 9, 1951.

cc) “Huey Long was LSU’s friend  in high places,” The Times-Picayune, November 14, 1993.

Folder   174  —Long, Huey P.

a) “His Legacy Lives On,” The Times-Picayune, August 30, 1993.

b) “Who shot Huey Long?: The questions won’t go away,” Sunday Advocate, August 22, 1993.

c) “Longs of Winn” by Glen Jeansonne, Magazine, August 22, 1993.

d) “Did the doctor do it?” by Marjorie Roehl, The Times-Picayune, December 8, 1985.

e) “Influential Longs of Louisiana” by Otis Pike, n. d.

f) “December 16, 1935” by Ronnie Virgets, Dixie, December 8, 1985.

g) “Long builds unbeatable machine” by Glen Jeansonne, Magazine, August 29, 1993.

h) “Huey Longs death not hastened by sloppy surgery, doctors,” Times-Picayune, Dec. 20, 1983.

i) “Inventory…files released by judge,” The Times-Picayune, November 1, 1991.

j) “Catching the Kingfish” by Lawrence N. Powell, The Times-Picayune, December 15, 1991.

k) “Controversy still surrounds death,” The Times-Picayune, September 8, 1985.

l) “Huey Long, LBJ Similarities Noted at War and Politices Symposium” by Cleo Joffrion,
Morning Advocate, August 28, 1979.

m) “FDR and the Kingfish” by Ed Reed, Sunday Magazine, February 21, 1982.

n) “Whorehouse author to make Louisiana Longs do a song and dance” by Jay Sharbutt, Sunday Magazine, July 4, 1982.

o) “That Controversial Kingfish” Sunday Advocate, December 3, 1978.

p) “Long Shot, Assailant Slain” The Times-Picayune, September 9, 1935.

q) “Airport Coverup” by Jack Davis, Lifestyle, March 26, 1975.

r) “A Long-era leftover that merits new life” by Jack Davis, The State Item, March 26, 1975.

s) “Wallace and the politics of envy” by George F. Will, The State Item, April 23, 1975.

t) “The Longs: Haves From Have-Nots” Morning Advocate, August 30, 1975.

u) “President Roosevelt viewed Huey Long as dangerous” Tammany News, June, 18, 1975.

v) “Huey Long’s Assassination Still Vivid 40 Years Later,” Sunday Advocate, Sept. 7, 1975.

w) “If Huey should come back, what would he find?” The State Item, April 25, 1975.

x) “Memorial Statue For Huey P. Long Planned” by Mary Pirosko, n. d.

y) “Historian-Author Describes Long Sense of Destiny, Genius,” Morning Advocate, 11/15/1969.

z) “Huey Long Topic of Lecture by LSU Historian,” n. d.

aa) “Historian T. Harry Williams Assesses Huey Long’s Career” by Jim LaCaffinie, n.
d.

bb) “Huey Long Mortally Wounded in State Capitol 30 Years Ago,” Morning Advocate, September 8, 1965.

cc) “Huey Long’s Leadership Based on Delivering What Promised,” Morning Advocate, April 11, 1969.

dd) “Addition to State’s History” by Margaret Dixon, n. d.

ee) “Williams’ Huey Long is Ready, Biography Gets critical Acclaim” Morning Advocate, October 16, 1969.

ff) “Stepping in the shoes of the Kingfish” by Marian Enochs, The States Item, May 13, 1980.

gg) “State Employee Mark Huey Long’s Birthday” by Advocate, August 31, 1976.

hh) “The fall of a dynasty” by Patricia Gormin, The States Item, August 30, 1974.

ii) “History Scholar Writes the Huey P. Long Story,” The Times-Picayune, October 26, 1969.

jj) “Tricks of Being Hostess in Glamorous Washington Come Easy to Mrs. Russell Long”
by Dottye Varnado, Morning Advocate, October 16, 1961.

kk) “Hundreds of Louisianans Aid in Huey Long Story,” Morning Advocate, January 24, 1960.

Folder   175  —Long, Huey P.

a) “The Princefish Charms in Huey’s Tradition,” The Times-Picayune, July 8, 1979.

b) “Huey Long model for opera lead” by Mary Campbell, The Times-Picayune, April 19, 1981.

c) “Premiere of Willie Stark” by George H. Reeves, Sunday Magazine, April 19, 1981.

d) “Now Louisianians can see Huey Long as national figure” by Joe Darby, May 2, 1982.

e) “Biography of Huey Long challenges T. Harry’s book,” Magazine, December 8, 1991.

f) “The Long Ticket” Sunday Advocate, September 23, 1990.

g) “Actor brings Huey Long back to life in the ‘Kingfish'” Sunday Advocate, June 25, 1989.

h) “The Huey Long file” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, September 10, 1993.

Folder   176  —Long, Russell

a) “Russell Long Uncovers Key to Huey’s Objective,” Morning Advocate, August 25, 1975.

b) “Long says group plotted Huey’s death,” Morning Advocate, November 26, 1985.

c) “Sen. Long has started stumping” by George Hager, The Times-Picayune, July 13, 1980.

d) “La’s Russell Long: Senate’s ‘lord of the manor'” The States Item, August 23, 1976.

e) “Russell Long: Champion of the Privileged,” by Jack Anderson.

f) “Russell Long, preservationist?” The States Item, July 24, 1974.

g) “How Washington sees Sen. Long” by David Snyder, August 24, 1976.

h) “Senate Finance Committee takes on new look under Long of Louisiana”

i) “Northerners beginning to see South’s view, Sen. Long says” by Sam Lowery.

j) “The Son of the Kingfish” by Tom Wicker, New York Times Magazine, April 4, 1965.

k) “Russell Long Commands resources to get the legislative job done” by Hugh A. Mulligan,
Sunday Advocate, March 21, 1965.

l) “Long plans aid to ‘Little Fellow'” by Drew Pearson’s,

m) “Russell Long’s bunch of activists,” Morning Advocate, December 22, 1973.

n) “The Washington merry go round” by Drew Pearson, Sunday Advocate.

o) “A long look at the ‘Princefish’ of capitol hill” by Adam Clymer, States-Item, May 28, 1977.

p) “Long, Johnston ‘wounded’ by GOP broadside,” Sunday Advocate, November 9, 1980.

q) “Russell Long” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, December 8, 1985.

r) “Long to retire at end of term” Morning Advocate, February 26, 1985.

s) “Retirement promises to make ’86 Senate race hot and heavy” by Allan Katz, The Times-Picayune, February 26, 1985.

t) “Sen. Long won’t run in 1986,” The Times-Picayune, February 26, 1985.

u) “Long’s career a lesson in history,” Morning Advocate, December 29, 1986.

v) “Long on the campaign trail” by Edgar Poe, The Times-Picayune, February 16, 1985.

w) “Long’s goodbye had some nostalgia but no regrets,” Sunday Advocate, December 28, 1986.

x) “Senator moved far away from Huey’s shadow,” The Times-Picayune, January 11, 1987.

Folder   177  —Louis XIV

a) “The Sun King: Louis XIV and the new world,” Sunday Advocate, May 13, 1984.

b) “A traveler’s travails” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, January 25, 1984.

c) “Macdonald beams with the Sun King” by Mllie Ball, The Times-Picayune, April 29, 1984.

d) “Rolling out the red carpet” by Sharon Litwin, The Times-Picayune, March 18, 1984.

e) “Sun King exhibit coming” by Anne Price, Magazine, March 6, 1983.

f) “The ‘Sun King’ will rise over N. O. ” by Roger Green, Lagniappe, April 27, 1984.

Folder   178  —Louviere, Vernon R.

      “Ex-N. O. Writer seated by Club” by Edgar Poe, The Times-Picayune, January 30, 1971.

Folder   179  —Ludwig, Nella

      “The Biggest Cultural Gambler in Town” by David Snyder, Lagniappe, February 20, 1976.

Folder   180  —MacArthur, Douglas

a) “General of the Army January 26, 1880-April 5, 1964”

b) “MacArthur felt greatest works were left undone” The Times-Picayune, April 9, 1964.

c) “MacArthur among world’s most famed military strategists,” Times-Picayune, April 6, 1964.

d) “Death comes in sleep to General MacArthur” The Times-Picayune, April 6, 1964.

Folder   181  —McCormick, Joseph P.

      “Heritage Reveals City’s History” by John DeMers, Sunday Advocate, April 1, 1973.

Folder   182  —McDonogh, John

      “McDonogh Day in 1898—Orleanian recalls it well” by Richard Boyd, States-Item, May 6, 1976.

Folder   183  —McKeithen, John

a) “Giving McKeithen the recognition that he deserves,” The Times-Picayune, January 10, 1985.

b) “Rumor mill runs overtime” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, February 25, 1982.

c) “Big John still active, going strong” by George Gurtner, Morning Advocate, July 7, 1980.

d) “Architect contracts Signed For Governmental Buildings,” n. d.

e) “The McKeithen Years” Morning Advocate, January 19, 1970.

f) “Random Shots” by Bud Montet, Morning Advocate, December 23, 1970.

g) “Little Help at Crucial Time” Morning Advocate, September 25, 1970.

h) “Full Partnership”

i) “Gov. McKeithen Possible Veep Candidate with Either Bobby Kennedy or Humphrey.” 

k) “Sincere  Condolence to New Governor” by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, May 12, 1964.

l) “Mrs. McKeithen of Baton Rouge” by Julie Smith, Dixie, February 13, 1966.

m) “Lives of Past Governors as Diverse as State’s History,” Inauguration Section,
1964.

n) “Wet Inaugural also Plagued O. K. Allen,” Morning Advocate, May 13, 1964.

o) “Rain Mars McKeithen Inaugural” Morning Advocate, May 13, 1964.

p) “McKeithens End Inaugural Day at Ball Attended by Thousands” Advocate, May 13, 1964.

q) “Texts of Inaugural Speeches” Morning Advocate, May 13, 1964.

r) “Large Open House Given by McKeithen Following Inauguration,”Advocate, May 13, 1964.

s) “Moment of Truth Arrives for Solons” by Hermann Deutsch, The States-Item, May 11, 1964.

t) “Chief’s Spirit Undampened By Inauguration Downpour,” The States-Item, May 16, 1964.

u) “Inaugurals Present Logistics Problem” by Hermann Deutsch, The States-Item, May 16, 1964.

v) “Lady Godiva to ride again in New Picture” by Harold Heffernan, States-Item, May 16, 1964.

w) “Inauguration Outlook Tame Compared to 1877,” The Times-Picayune, May 11, 1964.

x) “Gov. McKeithen Pauses to Take a Look” Sunday Advocate, April 30, 1972.

y) “Sunshine Gang Cleanup Appears Not So Thorough,” Advocate, June 10, 1971.

z) “Mod Louis XIV” The States-Item, n. d.

aa) “Veto of Bill on Architects Stirs Ant Bed in Profession,” The Times-Picayune, July 26, 1970.

bb) “Sincere Condolence to New Governor” by Hermann Deutsch, States-Item, May 12, 1964.

cc) “Reconstructing the Past” by William R. Brockway, Advocate, January 10, 1971.

dd) “The abundant life, McKeithen style” by Iris Kelso, Times-Picayune, September 13, 1981.

ee) “McKeithen Vows to Run for Senate Even as Independent” by Paul Bartels, n. d.

Folder   184  —Maestri, Robert

a) “Ex-mayor Maestri takes his final ride” by Jack Wardlaw, n. d.

b) “Robert S. Maestri” by Walter G. Cowan, The States Item, May 8, 1974.

c) “Humor hid political sins” by Thomas Griffin, The States Item, May 13, 1974.

d) “Robert Maestri, master politician” by Marjorie Roehl, Times-Picayune, October 25, 1987.

e) “In 1938, a bachelor mayor decides to tie the knot,” The Times-Picayune, August 24, 1986.

f) “Services held for ex-mayor Robert Maestri,” The Times-Picayune, May 8, 1974.

Folder   185  —Magee, Zuma

      “93- year-old gets in the college swing,” Sunday Advocate, March 31, 1985.

Folder   186  —Maginnis, John

      “Capturing human side of La. political life” by Phil Ward, Sunday Magazine, August 5, 1984.

Folder   187  —Mamoulides, John

      “Jefferson parish DA John Mamoulides” by James Gill, Dixie, November 15, 1981.

Folder   188  —Marcello, Carlos

a) “Marcello prepares for new life outside as prison term ends” Times-Picayune, Oct. 15, 1989.

b) “Carlos Marcello (1910-1993) Mafia chief dies in sleep,” The Times Picayune, March 3, 1993

c) “Carlos Marcello” by Jim Amoss, Dixie, February 21, 1982.

d) “Carlos Marcello: An intimate look at the man behind the legend,” Dixie, February 28, 1982.

Folder   189  —Marsalis, Wynton

“Horn of Plenty” by Scott Aiges, Lagniappe, November 20, 1991.

Folder   190  —Martin, Ken

      “Energetic oilman drills an empire on gas-rich land,” The Times-Picayune, February 14, 1982.

Folder   191  —Matas, Dr. Rudolph

      “Man of the States-Item Century,” The States-Item, June 6, 1977.

Folder   192  —Maurin-Ogden

a) “Stirling Properties springing to life from ashes of Maurin-Ogden” The Times-Picayune, January 22, 1995.

b) “Malls’ success built on innovative ideas,” The Times-Picayune, November 17, 1984.

Folder   193  —Mentz, Henry

a) “Hammond lawyer nominated for judgeship” by Diane Loupe, n .d.

b) “Federal court gets new judge” by Ed Anderson, The Times-Picayune, July 1, 1982.

c) “Mentz gets oath of office as U. S. judge” Daily Star, July 1, 1982.

d) “Class President”

Folder   194  —Meyer, Sam III

      “Mr. M yer the hatter and his old-time business” by Bunny Matthews, Dixie, May 15, 1983.

Folder   195  —Middleton, Troy

      “Battle of the Bulge Began 26 Years Ago This Morning,” Morning Advocate, Dec. 17, 1970.

Folder   196  —Mignon, Francois

“Fill Need in South Pacific” by Ann Chopin, n. d.

Folder   197  —Mills, William

      “Capturing the humor, pathos of a man seeking the simple life” by Sarah Sue
Goldsmith, n. d.

Folder   198  —Moffett, Jim Bob

      “Jim Bob Moffett” by Elizabeth Mullener, Dixie, April 13, 1986.

Folder   199  —Moon Landrieu

a) “How Landrieu won” by Allen Rosenzweig, New Orleans States Item, January 7, 1970.

b) “New Orleans may get liberal mayor” by Roy Reed, The New York Times, January 17, 1970.

c) “‘Reporter’ Landrieu defends Orleans” by Paul Atkinson, The Times-Picayune, May 21, 1975.

d) “Hope voiced by Landrieu” by James H. Gillis, The Times-Picayune, May 5, 1970.

e) “Mayor sets proclamation for newborn N. O. babies,” n. d.

f) “The Tac Memorandum,” The Courier, January 23-29, 1975.

g) “As Landrieu years wind down” by Joe Massa, The Times-Picayune, October 2, 1977.

h) “Moon looks back at last 8 years” by Paul Atkinson, The Times-Picayune, March 12, 1978.

i) “Cavett’s call to arms,” The States-Item, June 12, 1975.

j) “Moon goes to bat in politics” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, April 11, 1978.

k) “Cavett, Landrieu lock letters over French Market Restoration,” Advocate, June 13, 1975.

l) “The Landrieu years” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, April 12, 1978.

m) “The Landrieu years” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, April 13, 1978.

n) “New Moon over our shoulder” by Millie Ball, Dixie, July 1, 1979.

o) “Landrieu survives a trying year” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, January 3, 1976.

p) “Moon is still ‘a public animal’” by George Hager, The Times-Picayune, May 25, 1980.

q) “The Landrieu years…I” by Allan Katz, The States-Item, April 10, 1978.

r) “With Hizzoner at Nice” by Paul Lentz, Dixie, October 19, 1975.

Folder   200  —Moore, Henson

a) “Hard-working Moore strives for recognition,” The Times-Picayune, February 5, 1984.

b) “A deserved loss” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, November 6, 1986.

c) “Getting bullish on Louisiana” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, July 20, 1986.

Folder   201  —Morial, Dutch

a) “Mayor Morial rises to the top” by Edgar Poe, The Times-Picayune, January 23, 1985.

b) “The council strikes back” by Bruce Dansker, The Times-Picayune, July 23, 1983.

c) “Two sides of Morial seen” by Allan Katz, February 6, 1983.

d) “Analysts: Morial let clout slip away” by Allan Katz, The Times-Picayune, March 6, 1986.

e) “Morial: Mayoral legacy clouded by personality,” The Times-Picayune, April 27, 1986.

f) “Morial dear to blacks” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, March 11, 1982.

g) “Morial is stellar performer”by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, October 31, 1982.

h) “The Four Dutch Men” by Millie Ball, Dixie, August 12, 1979.

i) “Morial’s message” States Item, January 19, 1978.

j) “Morial Vows to Work for All” by Joe Massa, The Times-Picayune, May 2, 1978.

k) “What Do You Know About Flag of N. O.?” The Times-Picayune, June 13, 1978.

l) “Morial’s survived first 21 months, still plugging away,” The States-Item, January 19, 1980.

m) “A rough, active first year for a controversial mayor,” The States-Item, May 1, 1979.

n) “The Kid who would be Mayor” by Fen Montaigne, Dixie, August 16, 1981.

o) “Meet the Morials” Dixie, April 30, 1978. n. a.

p) “Morial still acts like a 1960s civil rights leader, The Times-Picayune, October 17, 1982.

q) “Who gains in land swap?” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, October 24, 1982.

r) “Behind Morial lottery plan” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, November 14, 1982.

s) “Dutch Moves into the Fast Lane” by Fen Montaigne, Dixie, August 23, 1981.

t) “Morial as role model” by Allan Katz, The Times-Picayune, January 29, 1984.

u) “Morial’s right moves” by James H. Gillis, The Times-Picayune, February 3, 1984.

v) “No fond farewells as Morial Years come to a close,” The Times-Picayune, March 9, 1986.

w) “The future options of Dutch Morial,” The Times-Picayune, October 20, 1984.

x) “Friendship’s end” by Allan Katz, The Times-Picayune, November 3, 1985.

y) “Morial: Out but not down” by Bill Grady, The Times-Picayune, May 3, 1986.

Folder   202  —Morial, Sybil

      “Sybil Herself” by Elizabeth Mullener, The Times-Picayune, February 5, 1995.

Folder   203  —Morris, Major Henry

      “Policeman with pride in the past” by Sharon Litwin, The Times-Picayune, April 16, 1981.

Folder   204  —Morris, Willie

      “The Saga of Willie and Pete” by Willie Morris, Parade, March 14, 1982.

Folder   205  —Morrison, Chep

a) “30 years ago in white suit: Chep ushered in new era” by Jack Wardlaw, The States-Item, n. d.

b) “Chep’s memory shines bright 10 years after tragic crash,” The States-Item, May 22, 1974.

c) “Bodies of Morrison, Others Recovered From Crash Site,” Sunday Advocate, May 24, 1964.   

d) “Bodies of Plane Crash Victims are Returned” Morning Advocate, May 25, 1964.

e) “Down Through the Years with Chep Morrison” The Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964.

f) “Morrison Winner of Many Honors During Career” The Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964.

g) “Morrison, 6 Others on Plane Dead,” The Times-Picayune, May 24, 1964.

h) “Short Lived Relief Deepens Death Shock” by Thomas Griffen, Lagniappe, n. d.

i) “Chep Morrison’s Last Letter to His Mother” by Elizabeth Bennett, Dixie, July 5, 1964.

j) “Death Ended Dynamic Era in La. Politics,” Sunday Advocate, May 24, 1964.

k) “Leadership of Morrison Gone, La. Political Outlook Refocused,” States-Item, May 25, 1964.

l) “N. O. Pays Morrison Homage,” The States-Item, May 25, 1964.

m) “deLesseps Story Morrison,” The States-Item, May 25, 1964.

n) “Scenes from Life of De Lesseps Morrison” The States-Item, May 25, 1964.

o) “Lefty Gave Chep Finest Hour” by Peter Finney, The States-Item, May 25, 1964.

p) “Father-Son Reunion Arranged by Chep” by Thomas Griffin, Lagniappe, n. d.

q) “DeLesseps S.Morrison Rites Set in New Orleans Today” Morning Advocate, May 26, 1964.

r) “deLessups Morrison Papers Given to Tulane University,” n. d.

s) “Morrison’s Glad Hours on Water Skis Recalled” The Times-Picayune, May 22, 1965.

t) “Memorial to Chep Morrison” by Betsy Petersen, Dixie, October 16, 1966.

u) “Influence of deLesseps Morrison will still be felt in the 1970s” by Carroll Trosclair, Sunday Advocate, November 30, 1969.

v) “Morrison Family Members at Ceremony” Times Picayune, January  19, 1971.

w) “Chep Visionary, Says Governor: Morrison Memorial is Dedicated Here” by James H.
Gillis, Times Picayune, January 19, 1971.

x) “Picture from the Past,” n. d.

y) “Chep Morrison Monument Set For Dedication” Advocate, February 1971.

z) “Toni Recalled as 1947 Cherub” by Jill Jackson, The Times-Picayune, January 21, 1971.

aa) “Chep Morrison Biography Full of Political Insight,” n. d.

bb) “Political Prince Images of Chep linger long after reign’s end,” States-Item, May 22, 1984.

Folder   206  —Morrison, Jimmy

      “Victory in first primary our goal, says Morrison,” The Farmer’s Friend, n. d.

Folder   207  —Nevilles

      “It’s about time!” by Joan Kent, Times Picayune, May 3, 1981.

Folder   208  —Newman, Randy

      “Atlanta Symphony Plays For Randy Newman Event,” Advocate, October 7, 1974.

Folder   209  —Nicholls, Francis

a) “Nicholls Alumni House is Part of Historic Tour” The Times-Picayune, April 12, 1972.

b) “Courage, Determination Seen in Life of Francis T. Nicholls” by Claire Puneky,
n. d.

c) “Historical Marker for Gov. Nicholls Homesite” The Times-Picayune, November 20, 1968.

d) “College Gets Nicholls Picture” Morning Advocate, November 12, 1970.

Folder   210  —Nichols, Howard

a) “C. Howard Nichols” by Al Ferreira, Gumbo Magazine, April 16, 1989.

b) “SLU”, The Picyaune, May 4, 1995.

Folder   211  —Ninas, Paul

      “Paul Ninas” by Kathleen Orillion, Sunday Magazine, September 14, 1986.

Folder   212  —Norman, Favrot, and Bultman

      “Angels of the Arts” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, September 11, 1983.

Folder   213  —North, Carolyn George

a) “A tribute to Carolyn George North, Kentwood News, August 31, 1978.

b) “Last rites held for Mrs. Carolyn North” Kentwood News, August 31, 1978.

Folder   214  —O’Brien, Alyce

      “Teacher retires 32 years after I will never teach, The Times-Picayune, June 11, 1992.

Folder   215  —O’Keefe, Michael

      “O’Keefe on film” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, September 11, 1983.

Folder   216  —O’Malley, Dominick

      “Dominick O’Malley Is Unsung Character” by Pie DuFour, The Times-Picayune, August 8, 1965.

Folder   217  —O’Neill, Charles

a) “Fr. O’Neill Proves Adept Pinch-Hitter” by Hermann Deutsch, The States-Item, July 7, 1964.

b) “Here’s Formula Which Will Be Help to Louisiana Researchers,” April 11, 1964.

Folder   218  —O’Reilly, Count Alejandro

      “The Spaniard French Louisiana Accepted” submitted by James F. Bezou, Dixie, May 10, 1964.

Folder   219  —Ochsner, Dr. Alton

a) “Dr. Ochsner, at 84, has no plans to retire,” Morning Advocate, September 1, 1980.

b) “Ochsner: the Surgeon, the Man, the Institution,” The Times-Picayune, June 3, 1973.

c) “Alton Ochsner: dynamo at 80” by John Wilds, States Item, February 10, 1976.

d) “A gateway for Latins” by Joan Kent, States Item, December 8, 1978.

Folder   220  —Ochsner, John

“John Ochsner” by Bill Grady, Dixie, July 5, 1981.

Folder   221  —Oertling, Jim

      “Performer looks for break at La. Hayride” by Larry Ciko, The Times-Picayune, June 26, 1983.

Folder   222  —Owens, Chris

“Born to Last” by Ronnie Virgets, Dixie, February 23, 1986.

Folder   223  —Perez, August III

a) “Perez’s hard, hard times and, he hopes, better future,” The Times-Picayune, May 17, 1987.

b) “August Perez III” by Christopher Drew, Dixie, May 8, 1983.

c) “August Perez Retires Leaves Tall Legacy,” The Times-Picayune, July 27, 1980.

Folder   224  —Perez, Chalin          

      “Chalin Perez talks softly, carries Big Political Stick,” The Times-Picayune, September 29, 1974.

Folder   225  —Perez, Leander

a) “Plaquemines park recalls life of Perez” by Hal Ledet, Sunday Advocate, July 27,
1980.

b) “Monitor” by Tim Belehrad, May 14, 1982.

c) “Frotscher book club to hear Judge Review,” n. d.

d) “Perez oil suit revisits half-century of power,” The Times-Picayune, October 7, 1984.

Folder   226  —Phillips, Bum

      “The private side of the Saints’ cowboy coach” by John Jones, Dixie, July 26, 1981.

Folder   227  —Piazza, Marquerita

      “Cancer on face gave beauty a beast to beat,” The Times-Picayune, October 24, 1982.

Folder   228  —Pleasonton, Ghislaine

      “Her Job: Unraveling Mysteries of History,” The Times-Picayune, September 4, 1977.

Folder   229  —Pollock, Oliver

a) “A Debt Unpaid, A Hero Unsung” by Sue Spinks, Dixie, n. d.

b) “In search of Oliver Pollock” by Anne Price, Magazine, January 13, 1991.

Folder   230  —Poitevent, Eliza Jane

      “Penning page in publishing history” by Marjorie Roehl, The Times-Picayune, June 8, 1986.

Folder   231  —Paul, Pope John II

“N. O. third stop on papal tour” by Coleman Warner, The Times-Picayune, November 6, 1986.

Folder   232  —Poydras, Julien

a) “Julien Poydras: Dean of Louisiana backpackers” Sunday Advocate, October 20, 1985.

b) “Poydras Home Roots Are Traced to 1817” The Times-Picayune, September 17, 1978.

Folder   233  —Prevost, John

“John Prevost: He sells cars, but chooses boats when it comes to racing” by Sarah
Sue Goldsmith, Sunday Magazine, September 29, 1985.

Folder   234  —Proxmire, William

      “Wisconsin Senator still Fighting Waste in D. C.” Sunday Advocate, November 15, 1970.

Folder   235  —Quigualtanqui

      “Quigualtanqui’s Revenge” submitted by Dorothea Kent, Dixie.

Folder   236  —Reagan, Ronald

      “Transcript of Reagan’s inaugural address” The Times-Picayune, January 21, 1981.

Folder   237  —Reggie, Edmund

      “Judge Reggie is Mr. Democrat behind the scenes,” Times Picayune, May 9, 1982.

Folder   238  —Reilly, Kevin

a) “Reilly wants to cut number of holidays,” Morning Advocate, January 9, 1986.

b) “Get mad, Louisiana, says Reilly” Morning Advocate, February 6, 1986. n. a.

c) “Kevin Reilly” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, July 7, 1985.

d) “Senate approval of school chief backed,” The Times-Picayune, June 19, 1985.

e) “Rep. Reilly chastises fellow legislators,” Morning Advocate, June 18, 1985.

f) “Reilly: Lawmakers bleeding budgets on health facilities” by United Press International,
The Times-Picayune, September 19, 1985.

Folder   239  —Rice, James

“Cajun Night artist is family man who does his illustrations at night” by Mabel C.
Simmons, The Times-Picayune, December 9, 1984.

Folder   240  —Richard, Zachary

      “Zachary Richard” by Bill Grady, Dixie, October 28, 1984.

Folder   241  —Rillieux, Norbert

      “The Sweet Success of Norbert Rillieux” by Tom Webster, Dixie, November 20, 1977.

Folder   242  —Robinson, Martha

“Martha Robinson. . . One Remarkable Woman,” The Times-Picayune, September 30, 1973.

Folder   243  —Roemer, Buddy

a) “Our incredible shrinking budgets” by James Gill, The Times-Picayune, October 16, 1988.

b) “Roemer ready for revolution” by John LaPlante, Sunday Advocate, March 13, 1988.

c) “Taking care of a backlog of checks” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, August 20, 1989.

d) “Roemer– down but not yet out” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, June 8, 1989.

e) “Roemer chases record on vetoes” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, July 23, 1989.

f) “Gov. Roemer’s sweet and sour income tax proposal, The Times-Picayune, February 12, 1989.

g) “Roemer redux?” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, July 12, 1990.

h) “Roemer plays new hand close to vest” by Jack Wardlaw, Times-Picayune, October 26, 1987.

i) “Is Roemer growing soft or simply growing up?” by Peter Nicholas, n. d.

j) “Candid letters challenge governor’s presence” by Steven Watsky, n. d.

k) “La.’s reputation riding on referendum” by Jack Wardlaw, Times-Picayune, March 26, 1989.

l) “Post office gets letter for bunny” Times Picayune, March 26, 1989.

m) “Parish elected Roemer’s dream” Daily Star, October 20, 1988.

n) “Roemer moving into his milieu” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, July 9, 1989.

o) “An assessment of Gov. Roemer” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, May 30, 1991.

p) “Nobody’s buddy doesn’t get it” by Jack Wardlaw, n. d.

q) “La.’s laid-back business scene shocks Japan’s consul general,” The Times-Picayune, n. d.

r) “Roemer’s push for education a mixed bag,” Sunday Advocate, March 24, 1991.

Folder   244  —Roemer, Buddy

a) “Buddy Roemer’s great opportunity” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, October 27, 1987.

b) “Buddy Roemer at the helm”, Morning Advocate, October 28, 1987.

c) “Meet Patti” by Chris Russo, Sunday Advocate, November 15, 1987.           

d) “Patti Roemer wants to work for causes,” Sunday Advocate, March 13, 1988.

Folder   245  —Romero, Sidney

      “Taking Life as it comes” by Gary Perilloux, Gumbo Magazine, October 25, 1987.

Folder   246  —Roosevelt, Franklin D.

      “Roosevelt’s Career Spans History-Making Years,” The Times-Picayune, April 13, 1945.

Folder   247  —Roosevelt, Teddy

      “Teddy Roosevelt’s Louisiana” by Mabel Simmons.

Folder   248  —Rouquette, Abbe Adrien Emmanuel

a) “Recollections on Chata- Ima” by Blaise C. D’Antone” Encounter, October 2, 1985.

b) “Memoris of Buchuwa: the forgotten village,” Encounter, November 19, 1986.

c) “Teacher tracks missionary’s life” by Sara Pagones, Tammany, November 30, 1986.

Folder   249  —Roussel, Louis J.

      “Charge of Overborrowing From Own Bank Angers Roussel,” Morning Advocate, May 2, 1974.

Folder   250  —Russell, Bill

      “A life devoted to jazz history” by John Pope, Times Picayune, August 14, 1982.

Folder   251  —Salazar

      “Salazar–Painter of Mystery” by Vaughn L. Glasgow, Sunday Advocate, May 30, 1976.

Folder   252  —Schiro, Vic

      “What ever Happened to Vic Schiro?” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, August 5, 1984.

Folder   253  —Schneider, Frank

a) “Final sip from the Second Cup” by Frank Schneider, The Times-Picayune, February 24, 1991.

b) “Writing his own ticket [about Frank Schneider],” n. d.

Folder   254  —Schwegmann, John

a) “Schwegmann chain is only the beginning” by Janet Plume, Times-Picayune, Oct. 14, 1989.

b) “Just like meeting an Old Friend” The Times-Picayune, July 28, 1969.

c) “Damn the Charisma-Full Speed Ahead!” by Stella Pitts, Times-Picayune, November 3, 1974.

d) “Commissioner Supermarket” by Gil T. Webre, Dixie, November 5, 1978.

e) “The Schwegmann Experience” by John McQuaid, Dixie, April 7, 1985.

f) “It would have been insane for me to stay and bleed to death,” Times-Picayune, Mar. 2, 1997.

Folder   255  —Schwegmann, Melinda

      “Cha-ching” by Anne Price, Magazine, December 1, 1991.

Folder   256  —Seng, John

      “Airline worker wore all the hats” by Don Lewis, The Times-Picayune, June 26, 1983.

Folder   257   —Severin Jean Baptiste

      “Remember When”, Sunday Advocate, March 10, 1996.

Folder   258  —Shulte, Archbishop Francis

a) “Schulte met by N. O. Style Welcome” by

b) “Priest’s priest’ born to excel in the church,” The Times-Picayune, February 12, 1989.

Folder   259  —Sims, Lydel

a) “Going. . . but columnist is not likely to be forgotten,” Commercial Appeal, February 8, 1985.

b) “Academic gobbledegook concerns Lydel Sims,” Sunday Magazine, May 8, 1983.

Folder   260  —Singleton, James

      “Singleton’s S & WB coup” by Joe Massa, The Times-Picayune, April 24, 1982.

Folder   261  —Slidell, John

      “John Slidell: Man with colorful past” Shopper’s Times, February 5, 1986.

Folder   262  —Spitzer, Nick

      “Folklife is his Life” by Mary Ann Sternberg, Sunday Magazine, September 29, 1985.

Folder   263  —St. Amant

      “Glasgow, St. Amant retired, but not idle” by Mike Cook, Sunday Advocate, July 6, 1980.

Folder   264  —St. Denis, Chevalier

      “Chevalier St.Denis —Louisiana Colonizer,” Morning Advocate, March 6, 1952.

Folder   265  —Stall, Buddy

“N. O.’s biggest Buddy” by Angus Lind, The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1982.

Folder   266  —Starr, Frederick

      “A Chauvinist in exile” by S. Frederick Starr, Dixie, February 19, 1984.

Folder   267  —Stephenson, Dr. Wendell H.

      “Former Dean At LSU Dies In Eugene, Ore.”.

Folder   268  —Stern, Edith

a) “Mrs. Stern, Praised By Friends, Family” by John Pope, Times-Picayune, September 13, 1980.

b) “Stern Wealth An Investment in Humanity,” The Times-Picayune, September 2, 1980.

Folder   269  —Stire, Milton A.

      “Milton Snake Stire will have a lost hurrah” by John Pope, Times-Picayune, August 30, 1981.

Folder   270  —Stones, Margaret

a) “A Day in the Country” by Ruth Laney, Magazine, July 6, 1997.

b) “Margaret Stones” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Sunday Magazine, May 18, 1986.

c) “Preserving Louisiana’s plantlife,” Sunday Magazine, October 18, 1981.

d) “Lady Audubon of the Plants” by Mary Ann Sternberg, Dixie, September 14, 1980.

e) “Louisiana’s flowers” by Anne Price, Sunday Advocate, September 14, 1980.

Folder   271  —Stovall, Jerry

      “LSU’s Embattled Coach” by Gregory Roberts, Dixie, September 5, 1982.

Folder   272  —Strother, Roy

      “Strother revisits his old haunts” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, March 2, 1991.

Folder   273  —Tallant, Robert

      “Never on the Circuit” by Allan Citron, The States-Item, April 15, 1972.

Folder   274  —Tassin, Herb

      “From Grandstand to Bandstand” by Gil T. Webre, Dixie, August 6, 1978.

Folder   275  —Tauzin, Bill

      “Cajun Congressman Billy” by Rick Raber, Dixie, October 20, 1985.

Folder   276  —Taylor, Joe Gray

      “La. Heritage Corrupt Historian” The Times-Picayune, n. d.

Folder   277  —Teague, Oran

      “Haunting, powerful play penned by Baton Rougean,” Sunday Magazine, June 26, 1983.

Folder   278  —Thomas, Irma

a) “Homegrown Queen of the Blues,” The Times-Picayune, April 26, 1992.

b) “Irma: That Sweet Soul Sound” by Jill Schwartz, Gumbo Magazine, April 13, 1986.

c) “Irrepressible Irma Thomas” by Jeff Hannusch, The Times-Picayune, August 14, 1988.

Folder   279  —Tichenor, Dr. George H.

a) “Dr. Tichenor’s: The Long March From the Civil War to Civil Rights” by Jim Amos,
n. d.

b) “The Doctor is (still) in” by Garry Boulard, The Times-Picayune, May 9, 1992.

Folder   280  —Toledano, Roulhac

      “Roulhac Toledano’s World Busy and Exciting,” Times-Picayune, January 20, 1974.

Folder   281  —Toole, John Kennedy

a) “John Kennedy Toole Odyssey Among the Dunces” by Dalt Wonk, Dixie, October 25, 1981.

b) “John Kennedy Toole Odyssey Among the Dunces” by Dalt Wonk, Dixie, November 1, 1981.

c) “An early testament to genius” by Marcus Smith, The Times-Picayune, May 14, 1989.

Folder   282  —Town, A. Hays

a) “A. Hays Town gives new homes old touches,” Sunday Advocate, February 17, 1980.

b) “Talented Hays Town sends original greeting art,” Sunday Advocate, December 19, 1982.

Folder   283  —Treen, David

a) “Absence of vision” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, September 4, 1983.

b) “Edwards’ Salvo” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, December 30, 1979.

c) “Treen outlines goals to 1980 Legislature”, Morning Advocate, April 22, 1980.

d) “Historic session”, The States-Item, April 22, 1980.

e) “Wringing out a pay raise” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, October 17, 1982.

f) “Treen has given his best” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, July 11, 1982.

g) “Treen takes firm grasp” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, August 31, 1980.

h) “How long will Treen get for ‘honeymoon’?” by Jack Wardlaw, March 8, 1980.

i) “1980 Louisiana Inauguration,” Sunday Advocate, March 2, 1980.

j) “Singing at Mansion honors gospel music,” Sunday Advocate, October 24, 1982.

k) “Treen among contenders to head governors’ panel”, n.a., November 14, 1982.

l) “Treen’s ‘other matters’” by Jack Wardlaw, The Times-Picayune, November 14, 1982.

m) “Publicist joins Treen camp to do battle with ex-boss” by Bill Lynch, Times-Picayune, n.d.

Folder   284  —Treen, Dodie

a) “Dodie Treen: Life after the mansion” by Millie Ball, Times Picayune, February
26, 1984.

b) “Governor’s Mansion needs major repairs,” The Times-Picayune, July 6, 1980.

c) “Dodie Treen likes her new job as state’s First Lady,” Sunday Advocate, December 28, 1980.

d) “Dodie: The Woman Behind Dave” by Millie Ball, Dixie, March 9, 1980.

Folder   285  —Triche, Risley

a) “Pappy Triche is a happy lawyer” by Iris Kelso, Times Picayune, July 12, 1981.

b) “Rep. Triched Quits Floor Leadership” Morning Advocate, June 28, 1974.

Folder   286  —Truman, Harry S.

      “Nation Mourns Truman’s Death” by Louise Cook, Morning Advocate, December 27,
1972.

Folder   287  —Tucker, Edwin S.

      “Ex-Ponchatoula chief recalls ‘wicked’ years” by Lil Mirando, Daily Star, September 3, 1982.

Folder   288  —Tulane, Paul

      “2,000 Volumes of History” by Gil Webre, Dixie, April 15, 1973.

Folder   289  —Turner, Nat

      “Slave’s Own Story of Virginia Revolt” by T. R. Gray, Washington Post October
15, 1967.

Folder   290  —The Vietnamese

      “Little Vietnam” by Bill Grady, Dixie, January 17, 1982.

Folder   291   —Voegelin, Eric

      “Eric Voegelin deserves accolade of revolutionary, Sunday Magazine, July 4, 1982.

Folder   292  —Wallace, Norma

      “Norma Wallace kills herself,” The States-Item, Vol. 98, No. 162, December 16, 1974.

Folder   293  —Warren, Robert Penn

      “Still America’s dean of letters” by Millie Ball, The Times-Picayune, July 24, 1983.

Folder   294  —Wells, John

      “John Wells:” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, June 5, 1988.

Folder   295  —Whitesell, Pops

      “Pops Whitesell” by Dalt Wonk, Dixie, November 29, 1981.

Folder   296  —Williams, T. Harry

a) Friends of the LSU Library photograph by John Boss featuring Mrs. T. Harry Williams.

b) Picture of T. Harry Williams autographing books, New Orleans States-Item, May 14, 1970.

c) “Free lancer takes Pulitzer Award with reporting on My Lai,” Advocate, May 5, 1970.

d) “Campus club tea honors the T. Harry Williamses,” Advocate, October 3, 1970.

e) “Williams’ ‘Huey Long’ is ready, biography gets critical acclaim,” Advocate, October 16, 1969.

f) “Oxford hears about Huey Long from LSU’s T. Harry Williams” by Pie Dufour, June
23, 1967.

g) “Boyd to serve as book judge” The States-Item.

h) “LSU’s Prof. Williams co-authors new two-volume history of US,” August 5, 1959.

i) “Center for oral history” by Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Magazine, February 23, 1992.

j) & Mrs. T. Harry Williams on Society page of the Morning Advocate, May 14, 1973.

k) “Louisiana ‘Kingfish’ steals show amidst pomp, ceremony at Oxford” by J. C. Tillman.

l) “LBJ said nearest to Huey” by Paul Atkinson, The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1970.

m) “Bruce W. Eggler: The Kingfish of Louisiana” New Republic Review, December 13, 1969.

n) “T. Harry Williams To discuss the ‘Kingfish’,” Sunday Advocate, October 4, 1970.

o) “Oxford chair offered Williams” by Jim LaCaffinie.

p) “Book of the times” by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, New York Times, October 27, 1969.

q) Picture of T. Harry Williams clipped from a newspaper.

r) “Louisiana historian and family share interest in books,” Sunday  Advocate, Oct. 26, 1969.

s) Information on Williams due to a lecture at LSU.

t) “He’s one of our own,” Morning Advocate, May 11, 1970.

u) “T. Harry tapes given to library,” Sunday Magazine, July 4, 1982.

v) “Dr. T. Harry Williams still in serious condition,” Morning Advocate, June 2, 1979.

w) “Retiring ‘T. Harry’ says he’ll miss teaching,” Morning Advocate, April 25, 1979.

x) “T. Harry Williams gets praise, ovations,” Morning Advocate, April 27, 1979.

y) Pictures from a retirement party at Williams’ home, Morning Advocate, May 3, 1979.

z) “OAH president is Dr. Williams,” a special to the Times-Picayune, April 9, 1972.

aa) “LBJ’s Biography” by W. M. Melancon.

bb) “Teacher must transmit enthusiasm, Williams says,” Sunday Advocate, October 29, 1972.

cc) “Loyola honor degrees told,” The Times-Picayune, May 12, 1974.

dd) Picture of the recipients of the honorary degrees from Loyola, Advocate, June 12, 1974.

ee) “His story is history” by Paul Hilbun, Sunday Advocate, October 10, 1976.

ff) “A legendary historian” by Paul Hilbun, Dixie, February 6, 1977.

gg) “Civil War to go on forever—on video,” Sunday Advocate, December 3, 1978. (2 copies)

hh) “Phi Kappa Phi has established Spring lecture.”

ii) Pictures from LSU’s Mardi Gras parade, Morning Advocate, February 27, 1976.

jj) “To the Editor and You” by T. Harry Williams.

kk) “Affable teacher echoes in essays of T. Harry Williams”, Sunday Magazine, October 2, 1983.

ll) “House pays respect to Williams,” Morning Advocate, July 7, 1979.

mm) “Author Williams to be remembered as teacher,” Morning Advocate, July 7, 1979.

nn) “T. Harry’s literary legacy” by Mike Mulhern, Advocate, December 13, 1981.

oo) “Prize-winning historian T. Harry Williams dead,” The Times-Picayune, July 7, 1979.

pp) “Reputation as LSU lecturer made Williams campus favorite,” Times-Picayune, July 7, 1979.

qq) “Paul Grosser rehired at LSU” by George Cotton, Morning Advocate, October 1, 1977.

rr) “LSU Board move is disturbing,” Sunday Advocate, October 9, 1977.

ss) “Collection of Lincolniana given LSU library by judge,” Advocate, January 30, 1966.

tt) “LSU receives Lincoln collection,” Morning Advocate, February 12, 1971.

uu) “Lincoln, Davis Clear Products of Cultures, Says Dr. Williams,” Advocate, January 16, 1970.

Folder   297  —Wilson, Huey J

      “Wilson’s chain expands despite economy’s woes,” Sunday Advocate, February 14, 1982.

Folder   298  —Wilson, Sam Jr.

      “A profile of Samuel Wilson Jr., Architect” by Gil T. Webre, Times-Picayune, January 12, 1980.

Folder   299  —Wiltz, Dr. Gary

      “Wiltz on road” by Iris Kelso, The Times-Picayune, July 21, 1991.

Folder   300  —Women in Louisiana

a) “Grace King Carved Career…” by Stella Pitts, The Times-Picayune, February 1, 1975.

b) “The Uptown Lady Who Helped Decorate New Orleans,” The States-Item, March 1, 1975.

c) “The women are catching on” by Helen Babin, FUN GUIDE, November 6, 1975.

d) “Philadelphia Girl Became Nun, Established Xavier University” The Times-Picayune, February 15, 1976.

e) “Devoted Sister Served City,…” by Stella Pitts, The Times-Picayune, February 22, 1976.

f) “French Quarter Was Love…” by Stella Pitts, The Times-Picayune, May 9, 1976.

g) “Budding Theater She Guided Helped to Save Vieux Carre” Times-Picayune, June 13, 1976.

h) “Outstanding Women of N.O.:  Can You Recall Their Names?” by Stella Pitts, The Times-Picayune, December 26, 1976.

i) “Muriel Bultman Francis” by Mark Hemeter, Lagniappe, March 12-18, 1977.

j) “Women reps” by Chris Russo, Sunday Advocate, April 20, 1980.

k) “Bayou Annie…” by Annabelle Armstrong, Sunday Advocate, June 19, 1980.

l) “Lelia Haller–The Grande Dame of New Orleans Ballet,” The Times-Picayune, July 6, 1980.

m) “They Cared” by Lily Jackson, The Times-Picayune, October 5, 1980.

n) “Women off and running” by James Gillis, The Times-Picayune, July 30, 1982.

o) “Select groups keep tradition on own grounds,” The Times-Picayune, September 8, 1985.

p) “New tour toasts women” by Margaret Fuller, The Times-Picayune, October 6, 1985.

q) “A consumer fox in hen house of milk industry [Winters, Mary Lou],” by David Snyder,
The States-Item, May 6, 1975.

r) “A look at the lives of three ‘socially elite ladies’,” The Times-Picayune, May 1, 1983.

s) “Mrs. Buck Recipient of Honor.”

t) “Sophie Wright taught lesson in love” by Marjorie Roehl, The Times-Picayune, April 13, 1986.

u) “Backstage at the benefit [Chairman Leslie Kohnke]” by Millie Ball, The Times-Picayune, June 6, 1982.

Folder   301  —Woodfork, Warren

      “Woodfork’s tactics getting results” by Dan Bennett, The Times-Picayune, July 28, 1985.

Folder   302  —Wright, Don

      “Inspiration in science” by John DeMers, Sunday Magazine, Nov. 1, 1981.

 

BOX   10    Places

Folder   1  —Acadiana

      “A swing into Cajun country” by Kevin Whitehead, The Sun, March 31, 1985.

Folder   2  —Alexandria

a) “Alexandria” by Cynthia V. Campbell, Magazine, April 9, 1989.

b) “Lost Documents on Rapides leaves pages of history blank,” Times-Picayune, August 6, 1978.

c) “Bet you never took a close at Alexandria,” Morning Advocate, September 14, 1979.

d) “Alexandria’s John K. Snyder: Boss of Big A,” Sunday Magazine, August 4, 1985.

e) “Bailey’s Dam” by Anne Price, Sunday Magazine, September 21, 1986.

f) “Timber Tales” by C. Richard Cotton, Magazine, June 16, 1996.

Folder   3  —Algiers

a) “Growing pains the people of Algiers” by Joe Darby, The Times-Picayune, October 7, 1984.

b) “Algiers  Point: a step back in time” by Angela M. Carll, Times-Picayune, October 17, 1993.

c) “Algiers is historic neighborhood” The Times-Picayune, May 15, 1994.

d) “Old courthouse in Algiers shines after restoration” The Times-Picayune, April 29, 1984.

e) “Renovate to relax, Dyer says” by Lettice Stuart, The Times-Picayune, October 6, 1984.

f) “A modern touch” by Angela M. Carll, The Times-Picayune, May 16, 1981.