Regional History-Louisiana


Archival Collection


REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA--NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

BOX 1

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1. Preservation Planning Series, Manual for State Historic Preservation Review Boards, 1981 (xerox copy)

2. Preservation Planning Series, Manual for State Historic Preservation Review Boards, 1984

3. Memorandums to State Review Committee Members

4. Agendas--National Review Committee Meetings

5. Minutes of the National Register Review Committee Meetings

6. Correspondence to the National Register Review Committee

7. United States Department of the Interior Assurance of Compliance

8. Travel Expense Account Forms

9. Louisiana Preservation Alliance, Vol. 4, No. 1, May 1983; Vol. 6, No. 1, March; No. 2, June; No. 3, September, 1986

10. Louisiana Travel Journal, Office of Tourism, Vol. 1, No. 2, December 1986

11. The National Register of Historic Places in Louisiana, Current through December 31, 1980

12. Miscellaneous Papers

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BOX 2

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1. Acadia Parish, (none)

2. Allen Parish; Troy and Mary Clothiers; Genius Brothers Dry Goods, Sam Goldsmith & Christians Department Store, Kinder; Genius Brothers Building, Kinder; and Elizabeth Hospital Building, Elizabeth Town Hall, Elizabeth

3. Ascension Parish; St. Joseph's School, Burnside; Evan Hall Slave Cabins, Donaldsonville; Donaldsonville Historic District; Kraemer House, Prairieville; Rome House, Smoke Bend

4. Assumption Parish; St. Philomene Catholic Church and Rectory, Labadieville

5. Avoyelles Parish; Sarto Bridge, Big Bend; Bordelonville Floodgate; Edwin Epps House, Frithland, Oak Hall, Texas and Pacific Railroad, Bunkie; Theophile Lemoine House, St. Mary's Assumption Church, Cottonport; Clarendon Plantation House, Evergreen; Thomas A. Lemoine House, Hamburg; Dr. Thomas A. Roy, Sr. House, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Mansura; Alfred H. Bordelon (E. M. Michel, Belle Oak) House, Marksville; Thomas A. Lemoine House, Moreauville; Lacour's Fish and Ice Company Building, Simmesport

6. Beauregard Parish; Addendum to Beauregard Town Historic District--Armour Building; Beauregard Parish Courthouse, DeRidder; Beauregard Parish Jail, DeRidder; Burks House, Merryville

7. Bienville Parish; Vicksburg, Shreveport and Pacific Railroad Depot (Arcadia Railroad Depot), Arcadia

8. Bossier Parish; Homeplace, Benton; Cashpoint Plantation House, Elm Grove; Additional information about Cashpoint (Ashpoint) Plantation

9. Caddo Parish; Forest Home, Four Forks; Flournoy-Wise House, Trosper House, Greenwood; Trees City Office and Bank Building, Oil City; 21 sites in Shreveport

10. Calcasieu Parish; All Saints Episcopal Church, DeQuincy; Jackson House, DeQuincy; Kansas City Southern Depot, DeQuincy; Calcasieu Marine Bank, Calcasieu Parish Courthouse, Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, (Old) Lake Charles City Hall, Lake Charles Historic District, McNeese State University Auditorium, Lake Charles; Lyons House, Vinton

11. Caldwell Parish; The Oasis, Caldwell; Shepis Building, Columbia

12. Cameron Parish; Sabine Pass Lighthouse, near Sabine Pass, Texas

13. Catahoula Parish; Catahoula Parish Courthouse, Harrisonburg; Marengo Plantation House, Jonesville; Wildwood, Sicily Island; Kirby House, Trinity

14. Claiborne Parish; Arizona Methodist Church, Arizona; J. W. Burnham House, Haynesville; Capers-McKenzie House, Homer; Homer Historic District; Dr. John W. Todd House (J. L. Moss House), Homer; Killgore House (Rocky Springs Plantation), Lisbon; Tulip Methodist Church, Marsalis; Alberry Wasson Homeplace, Summerfield; Renovation and Use of Wasson Homeplace, Plan #1

15. Concordia Parish; Roseland, Ferriday

16. DeSoto Parish; Thomas Scott House, Gloster; Allen House, Keachi Baptist Church, Keachi Presbyterian Church, Keachi United Methodist Church, Keachi Store, Prude House, Spell House, Swearingen House, Keachi; DeSoto Parish Courthouse, Mansfield Historic District, Stribling House, Mansfield

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17. East Baton Rouge Parish; Baker Presbyterian Church, Leland College, Baker; Audubon Plantation House, Main Street Historic District, Barthel Pigeonnier, B. R. Junior High School, High School, Capitol City Press Building, Central Fire Station, Heidelberg Hotel, Kleinpeter, Laurel St. Fire Station, Lee Site, Longwood, Louisiana National Bank Building, LSU, Magnolia Cemetery, Roumain Building, St. Joseph Cathedral, USS Kidd, Baton Rouge; Zachary Railroad Depot

18. East Carroll Parish; Historic Resources of Lake Providence

19. East Feliciana Parish; Hope Terrace, Clinton; St. Andrew's Episcopal Church; Wall House, Clinton; Woodside, Clinton; Wildwood Plantation House, Jackson

20. Evangeline Parish; Alexis LaTour House ("Old Homeplace"-Guillory Homeplace), Ville Platte; Dardeau Building, Ville Platte

21. Franklin Parish; Chennault House, Gilbert; Winnsboro Commercial Historic District

22. Grant Parish; Kateland, Boyce; Earl Roberts House (Kennedy House), Colfax; Ethridge House, Colfax; Walker Store, Pollock

23. Iberia Parish; Conrad Rice Mill, New Iberia; East Main Street Historic District, New Iberia; First United Methodist Church, New Iberia; Andrew Romero House (Alvarez House), New Iberia; Amant Broussard House; Santiago Lamperez House, New Iberia; Southern Pacific Railroad Depot (La. & Delta Railroad Headquarters Building, New Iberia; Bayside, Jeanerette; Alice Plantation, Near Jeanerette

24. Iberville Parish; Desobry Building, Plaquemine; Andrew H. Gay House, Plaquemine; Homestead Plantation Complex (Variety Plantation), Plaquemine; Plaquemine Historic District

25. Jackson Parish; Brooklyn Church and Cemetery, Chatham; Hickory Springs Methodist Episcopal Church (Hickory Springs Church), Chatham; Wilder House, Chatham; Simms-Ellis House (Ellis House), Clay

26. Jefferson Parish; Gretna Historic District; David Crockett Fire Company Gould #31 Pumper and Fire Hall, Gretna; Kenner Town Hall; Felix-Block Building, Kenner; Magnolia Lane Plantation House, Westwego

27. Jefferson Davis Parish; Derouen House (Creole Rose Manor), Jennings; Jennings Post Office (Jefferson Davis Parish Library Building; Sunny Meade, Jennings

28. Lafayette Parish; Daigle House, (Revillon House, La Maison Revillon), Elrose House, Lafayette Elementary School, Lafayette Hardware Store, Alexandre Latiolais House, Sidney Martin House, Old Guaranty Bank Building, J. Arthur Roy House, Salles Residence and Office, Sterling Grove Historic District, Vermilion Inn (Café Vermilionville), Lafayette; Dupleix House, Youngsville

29. Lafourche Parish; Bouverans Plantation House (Arialo), Lockport; Acadia Plantation, Thibodaux; Historic Resources of Thibodaux (Partial Inventory Historic and Architectural Properties, Thibodaux

30. LaSalle Parish; Good Pine Lumber Company Building (LaSalle Parish Museum Building), Good Pine

31. Lincoln Parish; Fred B. Dubach House, Dubach; Calhoun Farmhouse, Firest Presbyterian Church, Kidd-Davis House, T. L. James House, Lewis House, Townsend House, Ruston; Walnut Creek Baptist Church, Simsboro; Ferguson House, Vienna

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32. Livingston Parish; Old Livingston Parish Courthouse, Springfield

33. Madison Parish; Crescent Plantation House, Hermione Plantation House, Kell House, Madison Parish Courthouse, Shirley Field (Scott Airfield), Wayside, Tallulah

34. Morehouse Parish; Rose Theatre, Bastrop; Excelsior House, Oak Ridge

35. Natchitoches Parish; Cedar Bend Plantation, Natchez, LA; Keegan House, Natchitoches; President's Home, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches; Texas and Pacific Railroad Depot (Missouri-Pacific Railroad Depot), Natchitoches; Women's Gymnasium, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches; Addendum to Oakland Plantation

36. Orleans Parish; Bayou St. John, Robert E. Lee Monument; American Can Co.; Buildings--Criminal Courts, Hennen, National American Bank, Saenger Theatre Addendum, Whitney Nationl; Houses--Clement, Mary Louise Kennedy Genella, Hart, Newberger, Park View Guest, Walker; St. James A.M.E. Church; Historic Districts--Bywater, Carollton, Holy Cross, Lower Garden District Addendum, N. O. City Park Carousel and Pavilion, Uptown N. O., Upper Central Business, Vieux Carre

37. Ouachita Parish; Bright-Lamkin-Easterling House, Monroe; G. B. Cooley House, Monroe; Downtown Monroe Historic District; Lower Pargoud House, Monroe; Masur House, Monroe; Neville High School, Monroe; Whitehall Plantation House, Monroe; Allen-Barringer House, West Monroe

38. Plaquemines Parish; Mary Plantation House, Braithwaite; Harlem Plantation House, Pointe a la Hache

39. Pointe Coupee Parish; Lakeside House, Batchelor; Glynnwood, Glynn; LeBeau House and Kitchen, Jarreau; Saizon House (Stuart Wooddy House), Jarreau; Garrett House, New Roads; Pointe Coupee Parish Museum, New Roads; Fannie Riche House (Schexnayder House), New Roads; Wickliffe, New Roads; Austerlitz, Oscar; Pleasant View Plantation House, Oscar

40. Rapides Parish; Neo-Classical Architecture of Bayou Rapides; Bland House, Bolton High School, Hemenway Furniture Co. Building, Inglewood Plantation, Masonic Building, Masonic Home for Children, Morgan Walker House, Sen. John H. Overton House, St. Francis Xavier Cathedral Complex, V. A. Hospital, Alexandria; Welceck Farmstead, Kolin; McNutt Rural Historic District; Wade H. Jones, Sr. House, Meeker; Meeker Sugar Refinery; Alexandria Hall, Louisiana College, Central Louisiana State Hospital Dairy Barn, Cottingham House, Rose Cottage, Central Louisiana State Hospital, Pineville; Tioga Commissary; Alexander State Forest Headquarters Building, Woodworth

41. Red River Parish; Coushatta Bank Building, Coushatta

42. Richland Parish; Vickers House, Alto; Mangham State Bank Building, Mangham; Poplar Chapel A.M.E. Church, Rayville

43. Sabine Parish; Kansas City Southern Depot, Zwolle

44. St. Bernard Parish; Sebastopol Plantation House, St. Bernard

45. St. Charles Parish; Dorvin House (Mollere House, Rosedon, Hahnville; LaBranche Plantation Dependency (Barbarra Plantation), Kenner

46. St. Helena Parish, (none)

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47. St. James Parish; Manresa House of Retreats, Jefferson College, Convent; Longview, Lutcher; Désiré Plantation House, Vacherie; Moving the Colomb House

48. St. John the Baptist Parish; Bacas House, Edgard; Dugas House, Edgard; Garyville Historic District; Montegut Plantation House, LaPlace

49. St. Landry Parish; Liberty Theatre (Liberty Center for Performing Arts), Eunice; Jacques Dupre House, Lamorandier-Prudhomme House (Jackson House, Pine Grove), John Lewis House (Old Wyble House), Old Opelousas City Hall and Market; Opelousas City Hall (Old Opelousas Market and City Hall); Opelousas Historic District; Poiret Place, Ray Homestead, St. Landry Catholic Church, St. Landry Lumber Company, Venus House (Jim Bowie House), Opelousas

50. St. Martin Parish; Fontenette-Durande Maison Dimanche; Pellerin-Chauffe House, Ransonet House, Breaux Bridge

51. St. Mary Parish; Darby House, Baldwin; Southwest Reef Lighthouse, Berwick; Columbia Hall, Franklin; Dixie Plantation House, Franklin; Morgan City Historic District; Calumet Plantation House, Patterson

52. St. Tammany Parish; Longbranch Annex, Abita Springs; Bayou Liberty Bridge, Bonfuca; Claiborne Cottage Hotel, Covington; William Oswald Home (Little Hill), Covington; Madisonville Bank; McCaleb House, Madisonville; Flagstaff, Mandeville; Rankin House, Mandeville; Saint Anne, Mandeville;

53. Tangipahoa Parish; Epney, Amite; McGehee Hall, Southeastern Louisiana State University, Hammond; Mater Dolorosa Catholic Church, Independence; Charles Adolph Kent, Sr. House, Kentwood; Zemurray Lodge, Loranger; Mount's Villa, Ponchatoula

54. Tensas Parish (none)

55. Terrebonne Parish; Gibson Methodist Episcopal Church (Gibson United Methodist Church); Ardoyne Plantation House, Houma Historic District, Clifford Percival Smith House (Walker House), St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Houma; Armitage House, Magnolia House, Schriever; Ducros Plantation House, Thibodaux

56. Union Parish; Stein, Daniel, House (Baughman House), Farmerville

57. Vermilion Parish; Abbeville Commercial Historic District, Abbeville Residential Historic District, "A La Bonne Veillee" House, Abbeville; Bank of Gueydan, Gueydan; The Narrows Plantation House, Lake Arthur; Perry House (LeBlanc House), Perry

58. Vernon Parish; Kansas City Southern Depot, Leesville; Vernon Parish Courthouse, Leesville; Wingate (Bagents House), Leesville

59. Washington Parish (none)

60. Webster Parish; Bank of Webster, Minden; Drake House (Hill-Drake-Hines House), Minden; McDonald House, Minden

61. West Baton Rouge Parish; Poplar Grove Plantation House, Port Allen; Port Allen High School, Port Allen

62. West Carroll Parish (none)

63. West Feliciana Parish; St. John's Episcopal Church, Laurel Hill; Catalpa, Highland, St. Francisville Historic District Addendum, St. Francisville; Addendum to Rosale

64. Winn Parish (none)

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA--EDUCATION

BOX 3 OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION BULLETINS

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1. 1932--July 26; 1933--May 27, July, September 6, October

1934--January 22, April 26, June 28, July 23, October, October, December 15

2. 1935--January 28, March 20, May 20, September 19, October

1936--January 6, February 29, June 16, August 14, August, October, December 19

3. 1937--March 1, May 26, June 12, August 9, October 5, December 8

4. 1938--January 3, February 28, April 30, June 20, 27, July 29, August, August 31, September 26, October, October 21, November 8, 14, 29, December 15, 20

5. 1939--January 27, 31, February, March 14, April 18, May 30, June 27, July 11, 25, August 8, September 12, 21, October, October, October 30, November 14, December 12

6. 1940--January 23, February 13, March, April 16, August 2, September 12, October 18, Nov. 15

7. 1941--January 3, 20, March 31, May 5-6, June 27, August 22, October 31, December 18

8. 1942--January 12, 24, April 27, May 22, August 5, 17

9. 1943--January 11, April 5, June 30, October 5, November 16, December 16

10. 1944--January 11, April 10, May 6, 30, June 26, August 1, 15, November 3

11. 1945--January 8, 29, March 3, 12, 26, April 4, May 8, 28, July 6, October 16, November 27

12. 1946--January 18, February 18-19, May 3, 23, July 31, October 22

13. 1947--January 10, March 17-18, April 10, May 19, June 16, July 21, Sep. 15, Oct. 24, November 17

14. 1948--March 5, April 12, May 22, June 23, July 27, September 20, October 25, December 6

15. 1949--January 17, 29, April 11, May 3, 14, June 28, July 19, September 20, October 31, Dec. 20

16. 1950--January 24, April 14, May 13, June 9-10, and August 15, July 17, Sep. 2, Oct. 24, Dec. 18

17. 1951--January 27, April 23, May 26, July 17, October 23, December 18

18. 1952, March 8, May 2, 16, June 27, July 23, August 27, November 24, December 17

19. 1953--February 19, April 11, June 10, 12, August 7, October 3, December 11

20. 1954--February 11, April 6, 29, July 16, August 27, September 20, 25, November 19, December 13

21. 1955--January 27, March 14, April 25, May 14, June 29, July 30, August 29, Nov. 4, December 17

22. 1956--February 3, April 28, May 17

23. 1956--August 11, October 8, 20, 31, December 18

24. 1957--March 11, June 14, July 18, August 17, September 19, November 7, December 17

25. 1958--January 31, April 3, April 18, May 24, July 29

26. 1958--September 9, November 1, December 19

27. 1959--January 12, 26, February 25, April 4, May 7, June 29, August 19, Sept. 10, Nov. 6, Dec. 12

28. 1960--February 2, March 15, April 26, May 6, June 25, July 29

29. 1960--July 29 (Copy 2), August 23, October 7, November 4, December 13

30. 1961--January 30, February 28, March 28, April 18, May 19, June 27, July 25

31. 1961--July 25 (Copy 2), August 22, September 29, October 21, November 27, December 15-16

32. 1962--January 19, March 9, April 27-28

33. 1962--April 27-28 (Copy 2), June 15, August 8

34. 1962--September 21, November 2, December 4, 15

35. 1963--February 2, April 5, May 10, June 8, 29

36. 1963--August 16, October 18, December 13

37. 1964--January 24, March 20-21, April 17-18, May 13, July 17

38. 1964--August 14-15, September 3, October 2, November 14, December 18

39. 1965--January 8, March 1, April 2, April 10, May 6, June 25

40. 1965--July 31, August 19, October 15, November 20, December 18

41. 1966--January 8, February 26, March 25-26, May 6-7, June 23-24

42. 1966--July 9, August 5-6, September 16-17, October 27-28-29, December 9-10

43. 1967--January 6-7, February 3, March 8, April 1

44. 1967-April 27, June 2

45. 1967--July 28, August 18, September 29, October 20

46. 1967--November 10, December 5, 15

47. 1968--January 12

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BOX 4 --Louisiana State Dept. of Education, Division of Higher Education Financial Reports

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1. First Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1942

2. Second Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1943

3. Third Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1944

4. Fourth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1945

5. Fifth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1946

6. Sixth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1947

7. Seventh Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1948

8. Eighth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1949

9. Ninth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1950

10. Tenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1951

11. Eleventh Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1952

12. Twelfth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1953

13. Thirteenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1954

14. Fourteenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1955

15. Fifteenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1956

16. Sixteenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1957

17. Seventeenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1958

18. Eighteenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1959

19. Nineteenth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1960

20. Twentieth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1961

21. Twenty-First Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1962

22. Twenty-Second Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1963

23. Twenty-Third Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1964

24. Twenty-Fourth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1965

25. Twenty-Sixth Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1967

26. Twenty-Seventh Annual, For Year Ended June 30, 1968

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BOX 5

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1. Volume 1, Demands and Resources for Higher Education in Louisiana, 1956-1970

2. Volume 2, A Long Range Plan for Higher Education in Louisiana

3. Volume 3, Organization and Financial Management of Higher Education in Louisiana

4. Volume 4, Educational Programs and Services for Higher Education in Louisiana

5. Volume 5, Plant and Business Management for Higher Education in Louisiana

6. State Department of Education, 88th Annual Report for the Session of 1936-37

7. State Department of Education, 1943, Bulletin 497, State Certification of Teachers

8. State Department of Education, Bulletin No. 138, High School Spelling List, September 1928

9. State Department of Education, 1962, Bulletin No. 990, 113th Annual Report for 1961-62

10. State Department of Education, 1976, Bulletin No. 1472, 127th Annual Report for 1975-76

11. Address Given at Testimonial Dinner May 9, 1958 for Shelby M. Jackson, on the 10th Anniversary as Superintendent of Public Education

12. You'll Like Teaching, Edited by May W. Deblieux

13. Louisiana Higher Education Facilities, Fall 1968

14. Louisiana Higher Education Facilities, Fall 1971 Update

15. 1971 State Department of Educ. Bulletin 1179, Driver and Traffic Safety Educ. Performance

Curriculum

16. Higher Education in Louisiana--The Objectives and Results of a Study--The Role of Higher

Education

17. Inventory of Curricula and Terminal Programs, 1974, Louisiana Coordinating Council for Higher Education

18. Report of the Commission Appointed to Study the Advisability of Adding An Additional Year to the School System

19. State Department of Education, Louisiana's School Laws, Bulletin No. 972, Vo. II

20. Vocational Education--Teacher-Coordinators Curriculum Guide, Bulletin No. 1702, Louisiana Department of Education

LOUISIANA STANDARDS FOR STATE CERTIFICATION OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL, BULLETIN NO. 746

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21. 1961

22. 1971 (as revised)

23. 1976 (as revised)

24. 1980 (as revised)

25. 1985, Part A (as revised)

26. 1985, Part B Vocational-Technical Personnel (as revised)

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA--EDUCATION

BOX 6 --Louisiana School Directories, State Department of Education

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1. 1946

2. 1950

3. 1951

4. 1952

5. 1953

6. 1954

7. 1955

8. 1956

9. 1957

10. 1958

11. 1959

12. 1961

13. 1966-67

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BOX 7

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1. Board of Regents

2. Board of Trustees for State Colleges & Universities

3. Career Education

4. Community Colleges

5. Directory of Louisiana State Trade and Area Vocation Technical School, by Cecil D. Little, Office of Institutional Research, April 25, 1973, Research Series No. 25, The University of Southwestern Louisiana

6. Driving Tests

7. Dropouts

8. Education

9. Education, Testing

10. 8(g) Fund

11. Gulf South Conference Manual, 1977-78

12. Higher Education

13. Higher Education, Segregation, Desegregation

14. Student Aid

15. Teachers

16. Teachers, Association

17. Teachers, Evaluations

18. Teachers, Legal Status, Laws, etc.

19. Teachers, Pensions, Retirement

20. Teachers, Salaries

21. Teachers, Training

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BOX 8 -FINANCIAL

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1. Report of the Dept. of Finance, State of Louisiana, 1942-43

2. Financial Report, State of Louisiana, Ended June 30, 1944

3. Financial Report, State of Louisiana, Ended June 30, 1946

4. Financial Report, State of Louisiana, Ended June 30, 1947

5. The State Budget, 1946-1948 Biennium

6. Financial Report, State of Louisiana, Ended June 30, 1948

7. Financial Report, State of Louisiana, Ended June 30, 1949

8. Financial Report, State of Louisiana, Ended June 30, 1950

9. Financial Report, State of Louisiana, Ended June 30, 1951

10. Louisiana State Budget, July 1, 1950-June 30, 1952

11. State of Louisiana, Executive Budget, 1966-67

12. State of Louisiana, Executive Budget, 1970-71, Volume I

13. State of Louisiana, Executive Budget, 1970-71, Volume II

14. State of Louisiana, Executive Budget, 1973-74, Volume I

15. State of Louisiana, Executive Budget, 1973-74, Volume II

16. State of Louisiana, Executive Budget, 1983-84, Volume I

17. State of Louisiana, Executive Budget, 1983-84, Volume II

18. The State of the State--A Graphic Report

19. Goals for Louisiana, 1969

20. Louisiana Annual Farm labor Report, 1965

21. LA State Employees Retirement System, 1966 Annual Report

22. Louisiana Department of Civil Service Annual Report, 1966-67

23. Louisiana Department of Civil Service Annual Report, 1970-71

24. State of Louisiana, Roster of Officials, Corrected through January 18, 1971; Also Roster of Officials, Corrected through January 15, 1973

25. State of Louisiana, Roster of Officials, 1985

26. State of Louisiana, Roster of Officials, 1989

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BOX 9 -PUBLICATIONS, Louisiana Registers

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1. Vol. 5, Nos. 1-9 and 11 and 12, 1979

2. Vol. 9, Nos. 1-12, 1983

3. Vol. 10, No. 11, 1984

4. Vol. 13, Nos. 7, 8, 10, and 11, 1987

5. Vol. 14, No. 1, January 20, 1988

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BOX 10 -PUBLICATIONS

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1. After Action Report, Hurricane Betsy, September 8-11, 1965, Department of the Army, July 1966

2. College and University Business Administration, 1968

3. State of Louisiana Official Publications, 1961-1966 (2 copies)

4. State of Louisiana Official Publications, 1967-1972

5. State of Louisiana Public Documents, No. 35, July/December 1965

6. State of Louisiana Public Documents, No. 39, July/December 1967

7. State of Louisiana Public Documents, No. 43, July/December 1969

8. State of Louisiana Public Documents, No. 47, July/December 1971

9. State of Louisiana Public Documents, No. 52, July/December 1974

10. State of Louisiana Public Documents, No. 53, January/June 1975

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BOX 11 -HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONS, ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES

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1. LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY: The Golden Age of Our Louisiana Historical Society, by Hugh M. Wilkinson, First Vice-President, June 19, 1962; NEWSLETTERS: Progress Report, The Story of the Baroness Pontalba, illustrated lecture by Leonard V. Huber at meeting June 22, 1965; Dramatis Personae in Spanish Louisiana by Dr. Jack D. L. Holmes to lecture on famous personalities of era 1763-1803 at meeting of April 26, 1966; Lecture by Maurice Ries on Ancient Fort De La Boulaye in Plaquemines Parish at meeting of May 17, 1966; Lecture by Hodding Carter on the Implementing of Bienville's Founding of New Orleans by John Law's "Company of the West" and its "Mississippi Bubble" at meeting of October 24, 1967; "Prelude to New Orleans" address by Caldwell Delaney to tell story of Bienville's Mobile District Years at meeting November 22, 1967; Charles L. "Pie" Dufour to be principal speaker at meeting Decembr 17, 1967; Angela Gregory, Louisiana's first lady of sculpture, to address membership May 27, 1969; Progress Report by Hugh M. Wilkinson, President, September 6, 1967; Recording Yesterday for Tomorrow, Dixie, October 18, 1970; June 1995

2. Annual Report: Friends of the Archives of Louisiana, 1977 and 1978

2A. Friends of the Archives Newsletters, 1982-1989

2B. Louisiana Archives and Manuscript Association Newsletters (formerly Friends of the Archives), 1990-1997

3. Statistical Summary of Responses to the Louisiana Historical Repositories Questionnaire, Friends of the Archives of Louisiana, May 10, 1986

4. LOUISIANA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION: Louisiana Library Association Manual, Tentative Draft for Revision, April 1951; Library Service in Louisiana, summary of the report prepared for the LLA by John A. Humphry and James Humphry III, 1969; LLA (Louisiana Library Association) Bulletin, Vol. 15, No. 4, Fall 1952; Summer 1985, Vol. 48, No. 1 (The articles in this issue are all about oral history; also contains a book review of Oral History: An Interdisciplinary Anthology) by Dr. Jackson; Louisiana Library Association Bulletin, Vol. 56, No. 4, Spring 1994; LLA, Academic Libraries--Visible, Vocal, Vital (Microfiche)

5. LIBRARIES: Miss Essae Martha, Trail Blazer in Louisiana, Developed Library Service in State to Highest Rank, Progress, July 9, 1937; A Survey of the Status of Academic Library Automation in Louisiana by Larry Larason and Michael A. DiCarlo, March 7, 1980; There's no end of Valuable Information available through the state documents in Louisiana's Depository Libraries (brochures); Statistics of Southern College and University Libraries, 1963-1964 compiled by Jewel Allen, 1964; Dewey Decimal System of Classification, The story of the numbers used for nonfiction books (brochure); A Dissertation Bibliography, University Microfilms International, Edited by Edward F. Haas;

6. STATE LIBRARY OF LOUISIANA:Louisiana Library Demonstrations, 1956 (pamphlet); Louisiana State Library Recordings Collection, May 1963; Louisiana State Library Services, 1975; Louisiana State Library 50th Anniversary, The Second Twenty-Five Years, 1950-1975 by Wilbur C. Holtman, March 1976; Public Libraries in Louisiana Statistical Report, 1988; several brochures about the Louisiana State Library; Documents provided by State Library, Lion's Roar, April 4, 1991

7. Invitation to the Dedication of the New State Archives Building, August 24, 1987

8. Calendar of Louisiana Colonial Documents, Vol. III, St. Charles Parish, The D'Arensbourg Records, 1734-1769 (51 pages, xerox copy)

9. Inventory of Federal Archives in the States, Series V, Department of Justice, No. 17, Louisiana, 1938

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10. Inventory of Federal Archives in the States, Series VII, Department of the Navy, No. 17, La., 1938

11. Inventory of Federal Archives in the States, Series XI, Department of Labor, No. 17, La., 1938

12. Inventory of Federal Archives in the States, Series XII, Veterans' Administration, No. 17, Louisiana, 1938

13. Inventory of Federal Archives in the States, Series XVI, Farm Credit Administration, No. 17, Louisiana, 1938

14. Inventory of Federal Archives in the States, Series VIII, No. 17, Louisiana, 1941 (xerox copy)

15. Report on the Status of the Statewide Project and the Survey of Federal Archives Official Project, December 31, 1941

16. A Union List of Louisiana Newspapers Currently Received and Preserved by College, University and Public Libraries in Louisiana (April 1949)

17. 100 Years of Service to The Newspaper of Louisiana, Louisiana Press Association, 1880-to 1980, 1979, 94 pages; Our Neighbors--the Country Press, Historical Sketches of Weekly Newspapers in this Section, State Times-Morning Advocate, n. d.; Louisiana's First Newspaper, Moniteur de la Louisiane, Times-Picayune, April 17, 1949, p. 14

18. Louisiana News Media Directory, July 15, 1972, 48 pages; July 1974, 52 pages (Booklets with list of newspapers and radio stations in each city)

19. Louisiana Slide Library, Louisiana Department of Education, J. Kelly Nix, State Superintendent

20. Louisiana Association of Museums Newsletter, Vol. 3, No. 2, September 1983

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1. Seventy Years of the Louisiana Historical Association, by Kenneth Trist Urguhart (Reprint from Louisiana History, Vol. 1, 1960; History of the Louisiana Historical Society (in brief); The Future of Louisiana History, by Joseph G. Tregle, Jr. (address delivered at establishment of the Garnie W. McGinty Chair of History, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana, May 17, 1977); History as a Career, To Undergraduates Choosing a Profession, The American Historical Association, Washington, D. C., 1961 (booklet)

2. Louisiana Historical Association Membership List, March 17, 1959 (2 copies)

3. Louisiana Historical Association materials, 1966-1971; An Invitation to Join The Louisiana Historical Association, July 1958, booklet, 27 pages (2 copies)

4. Programs, 1963; 1983; Centennial Celebration of the Louisiana Historical Association, 1989, 1991

5. Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter, Vol. 1, 1959

6. Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter, Vol. II, 1959, Nos. 1 and 2

7. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1975, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-6

8. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1976, Vol. 2, Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6

9. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1977, Vol. 3, Nos. 3-6

10. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1978, Vol. 4, Nos. 1 (10 copies), 4-6

11. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1979, Vol. 5, Nos. 1-6

12. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1980, Vol. 6, Nos. 1-6

13. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1981, Vol. 7, Nos. 1-6

14. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1982, Vol. 8, Nos. 1-6

15. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1983, Vol. 9, Nos. 1-6

16. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1984, Vol. 10, Nos. 1-6

17. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1985, Vol. 11, Nos. 1-6

18. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1986, Vol. 12, Nos. 1-6

19. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1987, Vol. 13, Nos. 1-4

20. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1988, Vol. 14, Nos. 1-4

21. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1989, Vol. 15, Nos. 1, 2, & 4

22. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1990, Vol. 16, Nos. 1-3

23. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1992, Vol. 18, No. 4; 1993, Vol. 19, Nos. 1-4

24. Louisiana History Newsletters, 1994, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-4; 1995, Vol. 21, Nos. 2-4; 1996, Vol. 22, Nos. 1, 2, & 4; 1998, Vol. 24, No. 2

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Acadia Parish

1. Statistical Profile of Acadia Parish, PAR, 1973; Acadia Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R., Oct. 1987 and 1989; Maps

2. Crowley Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R., Oct. 1987 and 1989; Crowley Civic Clubs and Organizations; Crowley Louisiana (brochure); Belizair's Cajun Restaurant (brochure); Acadia Parish and Crowley Maps; Greetings from the International Rice Festival, 1947; Acadia Parish (brochures)

3. Rayne Community Profile; Map; Rayne (brochure)

Allen Parish

4. Statistical Profile of Allen Parish, PAR, 1973; Allen Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R., October 1989; Stratigraphic Maps (See Beauregard Parish)

5. Oakdale and Elizabeth Community Profile, 1983, 1988, and 1989; Map

Ascension Parish

6. Statistical Profile of Ascension Parish, PAR, 1973; Ascension Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R., Oct. 1989; Belle Helene Represents `Paradise Lost' of Sugar Plantation, Morning Advocate, Feb. 7, 1937; Rosewood Manor, Livingston Leader, July 1, 1987

7. Ascension Parish Magazine, January 1985 (Jeannette Daige-lives at Tezcuco Plantation, The Ascension Catholic Church, Galveztown), February 1985 (Ascension Heritage Museum)

8. Donaldsonville (pamphlet); Belle Alliance Home, Treasures Spared by Soldiers in Battle on Grounds, Progress, April 21, 1939; Newspaper Clippings from Morning Advocate Magazine; Donaldsonville Cigar Factory, March 27, 1949; Sweet Tooth Caterers, April 19, 1949; 100 Years of War and Peace, January 29, 1950; The Muscos and St. Amico, April 16, 1950; Donaldsonville Factory Makes Cane Loaders, August 27, 1950; Donaldsonville Streets Have Seen History, December 16, 1951; Donaldsonville, One-Time Capital of Louisiana, April 26, 1953; Louisiana Community Data Summary, prepared by City of Donaldsonville, April 1983; 1785 Plantation Home Houses Lafitte's Landing Restaurant, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 11, No. 8, March 1995 ; Nicholls Hotel, Fred. Rogge, Proprietor, Donaldsonville, Louisiana by Roy J. Rogge

9. Burnside: The Fading of an Era: History of Houmas House Plantation, by Mrs. Elynda Gayle Robert, December 7, 1971 (presented to Dr. Dudley S. Johnson for History 500); Historic Houmas House, 1800-1840, Burnside (brochure); Houmas House, A River Road Classic, Antique Gazette, Vol. 13, No. 1, August 1996; Tezcuco Plantation (brochure); Tezcuco-A Beautiful Resting Place, Antique Gazette, Vol. 17, No. 2, September 2000; Houmas House on River Road at Burnside; Antiques Gazette, Vol. 18, No. 4, November 2001

10. Gonzales brochure

Assumption Parish

11. Statistical Profile of Assumption Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Assumption Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce & Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Live Oaks, at Rosedale, Overlooks Bayou Grosse Tete, Advocate, Jan. 3, 1937

12. The Town They Named for Napoleon, by Claire Puneky, Morning Advocate Magazine, July 25, 1954; Only Survivor of Last Island Storm Recalls Event [Dr. Thomas Bryan Pugh of Napoleonville Is Louisiana's Oldest Practicing Physician, 88 years old], Morning Advocate, August 10, 1941; Madewood Plantation House and the Arts along the Bayou, On Bayou Lafourche, facing La. Hwy. 308, Napoleonville (brochure)

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Avoyelles Parish

13. Statistical Profile of Avoyelles Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Avoyelles Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R.., LA, Oct. 1989; Avoyelles Parish (brochure)

14. Marksville Map; Marksville Statistical brochure; The History, Services and Points of Interest in Marksville (3 copies); Hypolite Bordelon Home (brochure); Spring Bayou (brochure); Marksville Louisiana State Commemorative Area brochure; Dr. Jules Charles Desfossé House, Mansura (brochure); Cochon De Lait [Mansura], Dixie, April 14, 1968; A Brief History of the Commercial Fishing Industry in the Simmesport Area, Vol. II, January 1997; The Bailey Hotel, Bunkie; Antiques Gazette, Vol. 18, No. 1, August 2001

Beauregard Parish

15. Statistical Profile of Beauregard Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Beauregard Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

16. Beauregard and Allen Parish Stratigraphic Maps

17. DeRidder Map; Statistical Profile; The Forest is Back, So is DeRidder! Dixie, October 5, 1969

Bienville Parish

18. Statistical Profile of Bienville Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Bienville Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Bienville Parish History (13 pages); State's Tallest Peak Not Much to Yodel About, (Driskill Mountain, 10 miles south of Arcadia, Times-Picayune, June 28, 1989

Bossier Parish

19. Statistical Profile of Bossier Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Bossier Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

20. Bossier City Community Profile, 1984 and 1989; A History of Bossier, by Louise Stinson (4 pages); Outline of City Information (1 page); Barksdale Crews Deploy, Sunday Star, December 13, 1992; Oakland House Echoes Strange Stories of Flying Shadow, Ghostly Horsemen, Progress, May 26, 1938

21. Plain Dealing: Prairie Potpourri, by Muriel Fontenot Blackwell, hardcover, 51 pages--Poetry

Caddo Parish

22. Statistical Profile of Caddo Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Caddo Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

23. Shreveport (Bossier and Caddo parishes) Community Profile, 1984 and 1989; Shreveport Centennial, 1835-1935, Souvenir Program, The Story of Shreveport; Shreveport (brochures); Pictures of Barksdale Field, World's Largest Airport; Shreveport Street Names Recall Events and Leaders in City's History, Shreveport Times, August 13, 1939; Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College (brochure); Meadows Museum of Art, For the Indochina Collection of Jean Despujols, Centenary College of Louisiana (contains short history of Centenary College)

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24. River Cities Magazine of Shreveport and Bossier, December 1983 (Article--Port on the Red, by Kathryn Powell Gallant, A New History of Shreveport and Bossier begun in this issue)

Calcasieu Parish

25. Statistical Profile of Calcasieu Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Calcasieu Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; West Calcasieu Area Map; West Calcasieu's Old Spanish Trail (brochure)

26. Lake Charles Map; A Statistical Look at Lake Charles, LA., May 1984; Lake Charles Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, October 1989; Lake Charles, Times-Picayune Magazine, September 11, 1949; The Schooner at Charley's Lake, Dixie, December 14, 1958; Look at Charley's Lake Today! Dixie, October 25, 1970

27. Sulphur Mining at Newgulf (brochure); Fabulous Mine in the Sea, reprint from Saturday Evening Post, April 23, 1960; Facts About Louisiana Sulphur (brochure); Sulphur dome, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, reprinted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Vol. 14, No. 8, August 1930; Brimstone Progress in the Gulf, Freeporter, December 1958; Brimstone Museum (brochure); Brimstone to Keep War Fire Burning, Times-Picayune, April 19, 1942; Sulphur Goes Up, March Goes Down, Times-Picayune, June 27, 1948; Freeport `Shoots' for New Sulphur, New Orleans Item, June 10, 1952; More Sulphur Ahead, Times-Picayune, January 25, 1953; New Magic for Sulphur, Dixie, June 29, 1952; Hottest Thing on the River, Dixie, April 24, 1955; Hot Cargo from Louisiana, Dixie, December 3, 1961; Freeport's Man-Made Island, Dixie, July 14, 1968

Caldwell Parish

28. Statistical Profile of Caldwell Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Caldwell Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

Cameron Parish

29. Statistical Profile of Cameron Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Cameron Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Future Oaks to Save Future Lives, Dixie, February 2, 1958; The Comeback of Cameron, Dixie, March 30, 1958

Catahoula Parish

30. Statistical Profile of Catahoula Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Catahoula Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; Archeological Hunters Frequent Site Once Crowded by Tribes of Indians [Ferry Plantation-Sicily Island], Progress, March 3, 1939

Claiborne Parish

31. Claiborne Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

32. Haynesville (Claiborne Parish) Community Profile, 1983; Haynesville (brochure)

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Concordia Parish

33. Statistical Profile of Concordia Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Concordia Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Concordia Parish History (2 pages); Ferriday Map; Vidalia and Concordia Parish Map

DeSoto Parish

34. Statistical Profile of DeSoto Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; DeSoto Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R., LA, Oct. 1989; DeSoto Guide for a New Day (booklet); DeSoto Parish (brochure); Louisiana's Western Corridor, Highway 171

35. Mansfield Map; Mansfield Community Profile, 1987; Louisiana Blueberry Festival (brochure); Mansfield Louisiana's State Commemorative Area (brochure)

36. College: Catalogue of the Mansfield Female College, Collegiate Year of 1867-68; Mansfield Female College Reunion, 1968; Handwritten booklet

East Carroll Parish

37. Statistical Profile of East Carroll Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; East Carroll Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

38. Lake Providence Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, October 1989; Appeals Court Gives Louisiana Land in River, Daily Star, August 6, 1991; article about Arlington

Evangeline Parish

39. Statistical Profile of Evangeline Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Evangeline Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Economic Development Program for Evangeline Parish, Louisiana, 1962; Evangeline Parish History (3 pages); The Acadian House, Progress, Oct. 21, 1938; Longfellow-Evangeline State Park, St. Martinville (brochures); Postcard of Museum; Mansion [Belmont], Dec. 23, 1938; Longfellow Evangeline State Historic Site, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 17, No. 11, June 2001

40. Ville Platte brochures; Chicot State Park (brochure); Guide to the Louisiana Arboretum, Chicot State Park; Louisiana Cotton Festival (brochure)

Franklin Parish

41. Statistical Profile of Franklin Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Franklin Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Franklin Parish History; Map; Franklin Parish Schools (brochure); Franklin Parish Hospital in Winnsboro (brochure); Franklin Parish Approves Consolidation, Daily Star, October 8, 1991; Sinclair Service Station; The Freight and Passenger Station (Information on)

Grant Parish

42. Statistical Profile of Grant Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Grant Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

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Iberia Parish

43. Statistical Profile of Iberia Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Iberia Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Iberia Parish Louisiana, 1981 (62 page booklet)

44. Avery Island: McIlhenny Pepper Sauce Factory (brochure); Jungle Gardens, Map and History; Permit and Regulations; A Glimpse Into the Garden of Eden; A Buddha Temple Appears at Avery Island, Sunday Item-Tribune, Jan/31/37; Buddha, Worshiped for Centuries in Chinese Temple, Rests at Avery Island, The Progress, Apr/1/38; World on a Dome of Salt, Morning Advocate Magazine, Nov/25/51; A Conservationist's Dream, Dixie Roto, May/9/65; Avery Island--Key to Yesterday?, Dixie Roto, Jan/17/71

45. Jeanerette 1989 (brochure)

46. Jefferson Island: Live Oak Gardens (brochure); A Salt Cellar Five Miles Deep, Jefferson Island, Dixie, August 27, 1950; The Mysteries of Jefferson Island, Dixie, May 29, 1977; Live Oak Gardens Is Spectacular Attraction Near New Iberia, La., Antiques Gazette, Vol. 9, No. 3, December 1992; Joseph Jefferson House and Live Oak Gardens, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 14, No. 2, Sept. 1997

47. New Iberia Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Community Inventory, June 1984 and September 1988; New Iberia and Iberia Parish Map; Brochures: Mintmere, Broussard; Shadows-on-the-Teche; Trappey's; Weeks Hall, A Man or a House, Times-Picayune, October 30, 1949; Return of the Shadows, Dixie, November 26, 1961; Konriko, America's Oldest Rice Mill; Daily Iberian, March 12, 1988; Preserving Shadows-On-The-Teche Was Owner Weeks Hall's Great Dream, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 12, No. 1, August 1995; Shadows-on-the-Teche, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 15, No. 1, August 1998; Shadows-on-the-Teche, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 16, No. 7, February 2000; Shadows-on-the-Teche, Antiques Gazette, April 2005, Vol. 21, No. 9

48. New Iberia In the Land of Sugar Cane, Louisiana's "Garden of Eden," 1946, 5th Annual Festival and Fair

48a Phase I Cultural Resources Survey and Archeological Inventory of the Segura Staging Area, Iberia Parish, Louisiana Final Report, April, 2003

48b Phase I Cultural Resources Survey and Archeological Inventory of the Proposed Vermilion River Dredge Disposal Project Area, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana. Final Report, April 2003 (2 copies)

Iberville Parish

49. Statistical Profile of Iberville Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1965 (xerox copy); Statistical Profile of Iberville Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Iberville Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; Welcome to Iberville Parish; Nottoway Plantation, White Castle; Trinity Mansion, Progress, Feb. 10, 1939; Nottoway, South’s largest plantation opens door to public for first time, Sunday Advocate, July 13, 1980; Nottoway, Largest Plantation Home in the South, Antique Gazette, Vol. 13, No. 3, November 1996; Nottoway Plantation Christmas events as big as the house itself, Antique Gazette, V. 17, No. 5, Dec 2000; Dueling Oak Gives Name to Grosse Tete Plantation, Advocate, Sep 8, 1940

50. Carville, Louisiana: Carville Leprosarium, Only One in America, Monument to 2 Louisiana Men, Progress, April 1, 1938; Journey to a New Life, Dixie, December 5, 1954; Carville's Crusader, Dixie, June 16, 1963; Leprosy, . . . a present day understanding (booklet); Leprosy (brochures); Star, Radiating the Light of Truth on Hansen's Disease, Special Edition commemorating the 60th Anniversary of this Hospital, vol. 14, No. 3, November-December 1954; Indian Camp Plantation, Island of Hope, Sunday Advocate Magazine, December 20, 1981; and various other articles on Leprosy and Carville

51. Maringouin: Our Town, Maringouin (booklet), February 1959

52. Plaquemine: Plaquemine's Locks Provide Vital Transportation Link, Are Mecca for Townspeople, Morning Advocate, May 22, 1949; Persimmons & Plaquemine, Morning Advocate, April 2, 1950; St. John's of Plaquemine (Plaquemine College), Morning Advocate, October 10, 1954; Chapel of the Madonna, Morning Advocate, April 11, 1955; Grace de la Croix Daigre's Plaquemine, Dixie, March 31, 1957; Nottoway - The Largest Plantation Home in the South, Antiques Gazette, February, 2005, Vol 21, No. 7

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Jackson Parish

53. Statistical Profile of Jackson Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Jackson Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

Jefferson Parish

54. Statistical Profile of Jefferson Parish, Prepared by PAR, 1973; Jefferson Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R., LA, Oct. 1989; Buy-Build-Invest in Jefferson Parish, Dixie, Aug.19, 1951; Louisiana's Parish of Paradox, Dodge News, Vol. 22, No. 11 [1958]; Mrs. Magniglia Recalls Jeff History, Times-Picayune, February 13, 1977; The Beverly Club's Past is Showing, Dixie, September 25, 1977; Putting on a New Face, A home in Jefferson Parish has undergone a transformation that has taken it from apartment house to single-family residence, all with the preservation of its original character in mind (Oliver Home), Times-Picayune, March 19, 1988; Digging up History--Archaeologists excavate the home sites of 57 Spanish families who settled in 1779 on a bayou in West Jefferson Parish, The Times-Picayune, June 25, 1989; Civil War Relic Gets Living Care [Camp Parapet], Times-Picayune, April 19, 1994; Civil War Buff Watches Over Confederate Warehouse [Camp Parapet], Daily Star, May 8, 1994; Tchopitoulas Plantation Marker Dedication, program February 24, 1980

55. Jefferson Historical Society of Louisiana, Newsletters 1979-1986

56. Elmwood, The Historic Archeology of a Southeastern Louisiana Plantation, by Christopher Goodwin, Jill-Karen Yakubik, and Cyd Heymann Goodwin; Historic Elmwood on block, Times-Picayune, August 31, 1988; Elmwood Plantation, One of the Oldest Plantation Homes in the Mississippi Valley (brochure)

57. Erosion: Mayor favors jetties [Grand Isle], Times-Picayune, December 3, 1988; Grand Isle Mayor Seeks 500,000 tires to Save the Sand, Times-Picayune, January 4, 1991; Grand Isle Jogs Memory, Parade Magazine, June 9, 1991

58. Gretna Goes Back in Time to Celebrate 75th Birthday, Times-Picayune, August 13, 1988; Gretna a Picture of Pride on City's 75th Birthday, Times-Picayune, August 21, 1988

59. Isle Jean Charles (Jefferson Parish?): A Visit to the Land of Lafitte, Morning Advocate Magazine, November 2, 1952; A Pirate's Island is Rigged for Oil, Dixie, May 18, 1952

60. Kenner Community Profile, Louisiana Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Kenner, An Historical Sketch, by Mel Leavitt, commissioned by Merchants Bank (booklet; Rivertown U.S.A., Kenner's Best-Kept Secret, Lagniappe, September 28, 1990

61. Manila Village (Jefferson Parish?), Dixie, November 21, 1954

62. Metairie Community Profile, Louisiana Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Old Metairie, Dixie, November 22, 1981

Jefferson Davis Parish

63. Statistical Profile of Jefferson Davis Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Jefferson Davis Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; A Brief History of Jefferson Davis Parish (1 page); Map of Jennings and Jefferson Davis Parish; A Brief History of Jennings, Louisiana; Jennings Community Data Summary, n.d.

64. A Study of the Acadians in Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana by Marvin O. Sansbury, Master of Arts Political Science, Columbia University, 1922 (xerox copy)

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Lafayette Parish

65. Statistical Profile of Lafayette Parish, Prepared by PAR, 1973; Lafayette Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Executive Summary, 1983

66. Lafayette Map; Lafayette Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce & Industry, B. R., LA, Oct. 1989; PIN HOOK [Lafayette]--and how it GREW! T-P, Oct. 12, 1947; Lafayette: A Look at a City that Looks to Its Future, Dixie, Jan. 24, 1954; Lafayette--Acadian Capital, Booming City, Dixie, July 14, 1968; 18th Century Neapolitan Creche in Lafayette, Gazette, Vol. 4, No. 3, Dec. 1987; Oil Center Going to Retail, Advocate, Sept. 9, 1990; Acadiana (broadside); Acadian Village Is Monument To Culture of Early Settles, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 9, No. 7, March 1993; Jean Mouton's `Sunday House' Now Home of Lafayette Museum, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 12, No. 7, February 1996; Vermilionville, A Magnificent Re-Creation, Antique Gazette, Vol. 12, No. 12, July 1996; Acadian Village: A living history site in Lafayette, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 18, No. 12, August 2002

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67. College: Southwestern Louisiana Institute, 1900-1949; A Prophet Picked the Site, T-P, 4/11/48; Birth of a University, Dixie, Sept. 4, 1960; LA Colonial Records Project of USL; Life of College Women, SLI

Lafourche Parish

68. Statistical Profile of Lafourche Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Lafourche Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce & Industry, B. R., Oct. 1989; Parish Line Means Little to Des Allemands Residents, Daily Star, Nov. 27, 1992; English Gothic Plantation House Strikes Odd Note Near Mississippi Levee [Orange Grove], Progress, 8/11/39

69. Thibodaux Map; Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; Major Employers; Data Summary; Thibodaux's Past; Thibodaux's Brief History; Century of Service, by Lee A. martin, Thibodaux Volunteer Fire Department 1874-1974; Thibodaux brochures; Rienzi Mansion, Progress, March 18, 1938; Thibodaux, the Home of Distinguished Leaders and Oil Derricks, Dixie, June 11, 1950; Thibodaux Walking Tour; Paddling His Way to School [Larry Devillier going to Nichols Junior College], Dixie, November 23, 1952

70. Stories My Grandparents Told Me, Student Essays on Lafourche Heritage published by the Lafourche Heritage Society, Inc., Thibodaux, Louisiana, 1993

LaSalle Parish

71. Statistical Profile of LaSalle Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; LaSalle Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

Lincoln Parish

72. Statistical Profile of Lincoln Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Lincoln Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; Lincoln Parish (brochure)

73. Map of Lincoln, Ruston, and Grambling; Community Profile; La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Louisiana Peach Festival brochure; Louisiana Passion Play brochure

74. Colleges: Huge Building Program at Tech Eclipses 44 Years of Accomplishments, Progress, March 3, 1939; Grambling: Town and College, Dixie, October 21, 1962

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Madison Parish

75. Statistical Profile of Madison Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Madison Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Industrial Development Update; Louisiana Island in the State of Mississippi [Island 100], Dixie, April 20, 1952; Delta Landing, Historical and Archaeological Investigations of Three Sunken Watercraft at Delta, Madison Parish, Louisiana, Coastal Environments, Inc., June 1994

Morehouse Parish

76. Statistical Profile of Morehouse Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Morehouse Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Chemin-A-Haut State Park, Bastrop, LA (brochure)

Natchitoches Parish

77. Statistical Profile of Natchitoches Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Natchitoches Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, B. R., LA, Oct. 1989

78. Natchitoches Parish Cultural and Historical Resources, Prehistory, by H. F. Gregory & H. K. Curry, June 1978, 92 pages

79. Historic Natchitoches, 30-page Booklet

80. Natchitoches City and Natchitoches Parish Maps (3); Statistical Review, n.d.; Natchitoches Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; The Saga of St. Denis (xerox, n.d.); Natchitoches to Celebrate 225th Anniversary at Ceremonies Tomorrow, Progress, May 5, 1939; The Joyous Coast, Dixie, October 7, 1956; Landing of St. Denis, Dixie, March 26, 1961; Frontiersman in Velvet, Dixie, May 3, 1964; Natchitoches Christmas Festival, Daily Star, November 18, 1966; Natchitoches Parish Outdoor Recreation Potential Survey, June 1968; Index to Natchitoches: Translations of Old French and Spanish Documents by Germaine Portré-Bobinski, 1963; Auto Tour of Cane River Country; Natchitoches (Brochures); Melrose Manor on Cane River Stands as Relic of World's Strangest Empire, Progress, March 18, 1938; Miss Cammie Still Lives at Melrose, Times-Picayune Magazine, November 27, 1949; Visit Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Commemorative Area, near downtown Natchitoches (flyer); Melrose Plantation Preserves Past Glories, Struggles and Successes, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 10, No. 4, December 1993; Melrose Plantation--Founded by a Freed Slave Woman, Continued by Another Strong Woman, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 12, No. 3, October 1995; Old Natchitoches Parish Magazine, Nos. 24 and 29

81. College: Louisiana State Normal College, 1930-31; Campus Life, Vol. 28, No. 2, April 1939; Louisiana: The State Normal College, Progress, February 10, 1939; Northwestern State University (flyer)

Ouachita Parish

82. Statistical Profile of Ouachita Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Ouachita Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

83. Ouachita Parish Geological Maps

84. Map of Monroe and West Monroe, 1976; Monroe Metropolitan Area Transportation Study, Annual Report, 1978; Transportation Study Monroe Metro Area, Biannual Report, 1978-1980; Northeast Louisiana, A Socio-Economic Study, 1974; Monroe Civic Center brochure; Monroe Community Profile, Louisiana Office of Commerce and Industry, October 1989; From Miro to Monroe, Times-Picayune Magazine, October 30, 1949

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Ouachita Parish Continued

85. West Monroe Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Map of Monroe and West Monroe; You're Gonna Love West Ouachita; West Monroe (brochure)

86. College: Progress at Northeast Center Exemplifies March of Public Education, Progress, May 12, 1939; Inauguration of George Thomas Walker as President of Northeast Louisiana State College, February 1959, Monroe, Louisiana (Program and Commemorative Booklet)

Pointe Coupee Parish

87. Statistical Profile of Pointe Coupee Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Maps; Pointe Coupee Parish Museum and Tourist Center (brochures); Atchafalaya Outlet (brochure); Glynnwood Plantation Home (brochure); Pointe Coupee's History is Long and Proud One with Many Incidents of Service to Louisiana, Morning Advocate, March 30, 1941; Historic Pointe Coupee Church, A Tradition of Hospitality, Sunday Advocate, Dec. 4, 1977; Christmas Home Tour Set in New Roads Area, Gazette, Vol. 4, No. 3, Dec. 1987; Parlange-In Same Family Since 1790, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 14, No. 4, November 1997

Rapides Parish

88. Statistical Profile of Rapides Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Rapides Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

89. Alexandria Community Profile, Louisiana Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Alexandria May Get Chance to Buy [England Air Force] Base, Sunday Star, August 4, 1991; Kent House: A Beautiful Restoration of a Plantation Home Built in 1800, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 8, No. 12, September 1992; Kent House: Oldest Standing Structure in Central Louisiana, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 16, No. 10, May 2000

90. [Hot Wells between Boyce and Alexandria], Health Flows from the Ground, Times-Picayune New Orleans States Magazine, November 9, 1947; Hot Wells Resort Center (6 brochures)

91. Camp Livingston; Camp Claiborne--World War II Training Camps in Rapides Parish (donated by Clark Forrest, October 1990; Camp Beauregard and Central Louisiana, 1940-1945, published by the Louisiana National Guard, Public Affairs Office, 1994 (2 copies)

92. College: Louisiana College [Pineville] Launches Building Campaign to Handle Increased Enrolment, Progress, April 21, 1939

Red River Parish

93. Statistical Profile of Red River Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Red River Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989

Richland Parish

94. Statistical Profile of Richland Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Richland Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; DeSoto and Red River parishes Geological Maps; Riches of Richland (tourist guide brochure)

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Sabine Parish

95. Statistical Profile of Sabine Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Sabine Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Hodges Gardens (brochures); Fort Jesup State Commemorative Area (brochures); Plan to Dedicate the Restored Gateway to the West, Dixie, March 27, 1960; Florien retiree, 82, enjoys grooming his ‘bottle trees’ [W. L. Miers], The Advocate, March 12, 1998

96. Pendleton Gaines Memorial Bridge, Dedication November 9, 1937 (Souvenir-Program) Contains a history of Sabine Parish and Many, Louisiana

St. Bernard Parish

97. Statistical Profile of St. Bernard Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; St. Bernard Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Historic Kenilworth Manor, Nearly Two Centuries Old, Restored to Beauty, Progress, July 1, 1938; Colonial House by Gallier Long Occupied by Son of Famed Creole Leader [Bueno Retiro], Progress, July 28, 1939; That Castle [Martello] on the Lake [Entrance to Bayou Dupre at Lake Borgne in St. Bernard Parish], Dixie, May 10, 1970

St. Charles Parish

98. Statistical Profile of St. Charles Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; St. Charles Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; St. Charles Parish 1804-1812, Some Landowners of the Era, c. 1981; Water Changes Life in St. Charles Parish, Dixie, March 9, 1952; Parish Line Means Little to Des Allemands Residents, Daily Star, November 27, 1992; Historic Creole Mansion Center of Flourishing Oil Community Near City [Destrehan], Progress, June 2, 1939; His Dream Came True in Destrehan Restoration, Times-Picayune/States-Item, July 26, 1982; Destrehan Plantation; Destrehan, Restored by Dedicated Volunteers, Antique Gazette, Vol. 8, No. 10, July 1992; Destrehan, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 11, No. 1, August 1994; Destrehan Plantation Ready for Fall Festival, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 14, No. 3, October 1997; McNeese State University Library, Archives and Special Collections Department (brochure); St. Charles Plantation Home has Debut, Times-Picayune, May 10, 1989; Destrehan-Oldest documented plantation home in the lower Mississippi Valley, Antique Gazette, Vol. 22, No. 4, November 2005

St. James Parish

99. Statistical Profile of St. James Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; St. James Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Dedication of Uncle Sam Plantation (xerox copy of invitation, plans and photographs); Hungry Waters of Mississippi Threaten to Destroy Uncle Sam Plantation, Progress, Sept. 19, 1938; Marker Erection Held at Convent, newspaper clipping from unidentified newspaper, November 18, 1969; Voices of Long Ago Still Whisper in Halls of Famous Louisiana Mansion [Hermitage], Progress, Dec. 2, 1938; Echo of a Golden Era, Times-Picayune, Nov. 14, 1948; Oak Alley Plantation Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1984; Oak Alley Plantation Home Built in 1836, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 11, No. 3, October 1994; Mystery of Mad Stone of Vacherie, Times-Picayune, July 5, 1987 (owned by Florence and Antoine Gravois and said to have healing powers); Le Petit Versailles, Sunday Advocate, July 30, 1978; Manresa: Retreat of Solitude, Dixie, October 11, 1970; Newly Renovated River Road Plantation Focuses on Creole History of 19th Century, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 11, No. 11, June 1995; Laura, A Creole Plantation, on Great River Road, Vacherie (brochure); Oak Alley Plantation built in 1836 and remains a favorite for visitors, Antique Gazette, Vol. 17, No. 3, December 2000; Laura Plantation, A Creole Plantation run by Four Generations of Women, Antiques Gazette, August 2004, Vol. 20, No. 12

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St. John the Baptist Parish

100. Statistical Profile of St. John the Baptist Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; St. John the Baptist Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; San Francisco Plantation House (brochure); San Francisco Plantation, A Beautifully Restored Home on River Road, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 14, No. 11, June 1998; A shrine to woodier times in Garyville [Timber Museum], Lagniappe, September 2, 1994; Background information on Evergreen Plantation; News release from SLU in regards to participation in archaeological project at Evergreen Plantation; Evergreen Plantation Walking Tour handout; The History of Evergreen Plantation handout; Archaeology at Evergreen Plantation: Educating the Public and Learning about the Past handout

St. Landry Parish

101. Statistical Profile of St. Landry Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; St. Landry Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, 1986 and October 1989; Antebellum Home in St. Landry Parish [near Washington] Boasts Unique Type of Architecture, Progress, March 10, 1939; Chreitien Point Survived Civil War, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 18, No. 5, January 2002

102. Eunice Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, October 1989; Maps; Downtown Eunice--Before and After, Times-Picayune, May 18, 1969; Eunice (brochures); Eunice advertising brochure

103. OPELOUSAS: Tourist Guide of Opelousas, Louisiana, 1963; Opelousas: America with a Cajun Seasoning, Dixie, March 29, 1953; Opelousas: City of Paradox, Morning Advocate Magazine, Jan. 24, 1954; This is My Town: Opelousas, Dixie, February 24, 1957; For Jim Bowie Fans, Dixie, March 19, 1961; Opelousas Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Oct. 1989

St. Martin Parish

104. Statistical Profile of St. Martin Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; St. Martin Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

105. St. Martinville Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; St. Martinville (brochures and booklets); St. Martinville Goes Back to the Old Ways, Morning Advocate Magazine, January 7, 1951; Artifacts of Acadian History Blended Into Rich Museum, Times-Picayune, June 14, 1964; Long Fellow-Evangeline State Park (brochure); Longfellow-Evangeline Park Tells Store of Early Settlers, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 9, No. 9, May 1993

106. The Town That Crawfish Built, A History of Henderson, Louisiana, by Marjorie R. Esman; McGee's Atchafalaya Bassin Tours, leaving from Henderson, Louisiana (brochure)

St. Mary parish

107. Statistical Profile of St. Mary Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; St. Mary Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, June 1988 and October 1989; Statistical information; St. Mary Parish History (6-page paper); East St. Mary Parish Statistical Information; West St. Mary Parish (booklet); Area Population (1 page); St. Mary Parish Spring Tour (brochure)

108. Franklin (brochure); Grevemberg House, Franklin (brochure); Oaklawn Manor on Bayou Teche, Franklin (brochure); Oaklawn Manor on Bayou Teche Echoes the History of the Old South, Progress, February 18, 1938; Oaklawn, Home of Gov. & Mrs. Mike Foster, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 16, No. 1, August 1999; Frances Plantation, Franklin (brochure); Franklin, USA's Top Carbon Black Producer is Cleanest City in Louisiana, Dixie, September 28, 1958; Is New Bridge Key to Franklin Growth, Dixie, January 26, 1964; Franklin, Acadian Profile, n. d.

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St. Mary Parish Continued

109. Maps of Morgan City (2), 1983 and 1988 (St. Mary Parish); Morgan City Tackles Major Problems, Times-Picayune New Orleans States Magazine, November 27, 1949; Morgan City, Shrimp + Oil = Prosperity, Dixie, August 3, 1969; The St. Stanislaus Story, Dixie, March 18, 1979; Morgan City's Swampland Carillon, Dixie, November 7, 1971; Morgan City Community City (St. Mary Parish), La. Office of Commerce and Industry, October 1989; Blessing of Shrimp Fleet, Times-Picayune, July 29, 1940; Bursting at the Seams, Space gets tight for city’s history [Morgan City Archives, The Advocate, May 11, 1998

110. A History of Patterson, by the Eighth Grade Louisiana History Class of Patterson High School, 1965 (xerox copy donated by Clark Forrest, Jr., April 18, 1979)

Tensas Parish

111. Statistical Profile of Tensas Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Tensas Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

Terrebonne Parish

112. Statistical Profile of Terrebonne Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Terrebonne Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; Map; History of Terrebonne Parish (4-page paper); Major Firms in Terrebonne Parish, July 1983; 1988 Major Firms in Terrebonne Parish; The Good Earth, Natural Resources in Terrebonne Parish (brochure); Isle Derneire: Louisiana's lost, "last Island," Louisiana State Voice, Vol. 2, No. 3, 3rd Quarter 1990 (2 copies)

113. Houma: Maps (2) of City of; Houma, Dixie, November 15, 1953; Booming Houma's Dream Coming True, Dixie, May 29, 1960; Houma-Terrebonne Statistical Information; Community Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, October 1989; Southdown Plantation Now Historic House and Museum, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 9, No. 10, June 1993; Southdown Plantation , A House Museum in Houma, Antiques Gazette, Vol. 19, No. 1, September 2002

Union Parish

114. Statistical Profile of Union Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Union Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

Vermillion Parish

115. Statistical Profile of Vermillion Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Vermillion Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 1989; Map; School on Ghost Island, Eight students in four classes learn their lessons in one room on once prosperous Cheniere au Tigre, Dixie, May 11, 1952; Pecan Island Indian Mound, Times-Picayune, December 7, 1986; Map of Abbeville, n.d. (2); Abbeville on the Bayou--Someplace Special (brochure)

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Vernon Parish

116. Statistical Profile of Vernon Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Vernon Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989

117. Fort Polk, Home of the 5th Infantry Division, n.d., 56 pages; Fort Polk, Louisiana's Largest Payroll, with a history, n.d.; Map; Fort Polk Losing Staff, Daily Star, October 2, 1991

118. Leesville Community Profile, August 1987; Map; Major Employers List

Webster

119. Statistical Profile of Webster Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Webster Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Springhill Community Profile, 1983; Springhill Map; Lake Bistineau State Park, Doyline (brochure)

West Baton Rouge Parish

120. Statistical Profile of West Baton Rouge Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; West Baton Rouge Parish Profile; La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; West Baton Rouge Parish (brochures); Poplar Grove started as Bankers’ Pavilion at Centennial Expo 1884, Antique Gazette, Vol. 16, No. 12, July 2000

West Carroll Parish

121. Statistical Profile of West Carroll Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; West Carroll Parish Profile; La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; The Mystery of Poverty Point, Dixie, April 11, 1954

Winn Parish

122. Statistical Profile of Winn Parish, Prepared by the PAR Council of La., Inc., 1973; Winn Parish Profile, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, Baton Rouge, LA, October 1989; Maps; Winn Parish (brochure); Winn Parish Community Date Summary, La. Office of Commerce and Industry, 1980; Louisiana Forrest Festival, Winnfield (brochure)

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HISTORY

Folder 1 - LOUISIANA PURCHASE MATERIALS:

a) America's Best Buy, by Charles Nutter, Managing Director of International House of New Orleans, September 3, 1952

b) They Built Louisiana, newspaper clipping about Barbe-Marbois, by Clayton Rand in 1942 (xerox copy)

c) His Bold Decision Gave Us An Empire at Four Cents an Acre, Kansas City Star, March 1, 1953

d) The Nation Celebrates the 150th Anniversary of America's Best Buy!, Times-Picayune, October 11, 1953

e) Louisiana State Museum, Louisiana Purchase, An exhibition prepared by Louisiana State Museum in co-operation with the Louisiana Landmarks Society, The Cabildo, New Orleans, 1953, 96 pp.

f) Purchase Papers Bring History to Life, Times-Picayune, May 27, 1984 (Newspaper clipping about Louisiana Purchase papers shown at World's Fair)

g) Louisiana Purchase Treaties on Display at the Louisiana State Archives August 20, 1987 to December 14, 1987 (10 page paper about the Louisiana Purchase and the transcription of the English language original of the "Treaty of Cession")

h) Letters to and from Barbe De Marbois (French Minister who signed Louisiana Purchase Treaties--in French) (xerox copies)

Folder 2 - LOUISIANA HISTORY:

a) When the Women Came, Collier's, March 7, 1931

b) History of Louisiana Would Rate Page One on Any Paper Mr. Ridpath Would Edit, Progress, May 14, 1937

c) The Marquis, The Baron, The Colonel--They Left Their Marks, Progress, July 23, 1937

d) 126th Birthday of Louisiana as State Observed, Progress, April 8, 1938

e) Louisiana's Birthday As State Observed, Progress, April 15, 1938

f) Chronology of Louisiana For Year '38, Progress, December 30, 1938

g) The Miracle Man of the River, Great Deeds of Henry Shreve Are Recalled, Times-Picayune, November 30, 1941

h) They Built Louisiana `Iron Hand' (Henry de Tonti) Founded First Louisiana Territory Town, Times-Picayune, February 1, 1942

i) They Built Louisiana (Charles Etienne Arthur Gayarre), Times-Picayune, June 2, 1942

j) They Built Louisiana (Aaron Burr), Times-Picayune, November 1, 1942

k) The Mosquito War, Times-Picayune, April 3, 1949

l) The War and Louisiana, Morning Advocate Magazine, April 16, 1950

m) Chevalier St. Denis--Louisiana Colonizer, Morning Advocate Magazine, March 16, 1952

n) The Mississippi Bubble (John Law), Morning Advocate Magazine, July 5, 1953

o) When Louisiana Became American, Dixie, December 20, 1959

p) From the Archives of Spain, Dixie, February 4, 1962

q) Special Anniversaries in La. in 1966 Retrace State History, times-Picayune, January 2, 1966

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HISTORY Continued

Folder 2 - LOUISIANA HISTORY: Continued

r) La Salle and Louisiana, Dixie, April 8, 1962

s) Louisiana Celebrating a Birthday, Morning Advocate Magazine, April 14, 1982

t) Picture Out of Our Past (Louisiana Supreme Court Members in 1922), unidentified newspaper, n .d.

u) Photostat of Original Ordinance of Secession in Archives, Washington, D. C.

v) The 1779 Marcha de Galvez, Louisiana's Giant Step Forward in the American Revolution, by Jack D. L. Holmes, published by Baton Rouge Bicentennial Corporation

Folder 3 -

JEAN LAFITTE MATERIALS:

a) Pirate or Patriot?, Collier's, April 25, 1931

b) The True Story of Lafitte The Pirate--By Lyle Saxon, Time-Picayune, May 25, 1931

c) They Built Louisiana, 1942

d) One Answer to the Lafitte Riddle, Dixie, January 2, 1972

e) Handwriting Analysis of the Journal of Jean Laffitte, 1974

Folder 4 -

HISTORIES OF LOUISIANA:

a) John Law Wasn't So Wrong, The Story of Louisiana's Horn of Plenty, by Hodding Carter

b) Resources, Possibilities, and Advantages of the Queen of Southern States, Louisiana Invitation, A Hand-Book of Louisiana, giving general and agricultural features, together with crops that can be grown

c) Description of each parish, climate, health, education, industries, railroads, watercourses, forestry, etc., Issued by the Louisiana State Board of Agriculture and Immigration, J. G. Lee Commissioner, before 1907

Folder 5 - FACTS ABOUT LOUISIANA:

a) Quick Facts on Louisiana (Brochures)

b) Louisiana State Seal (newspaper clippings)

c) 1990 State Environmental Song

d) Louisiana Facts, compiled by W. Fox McKeithen, Secretary of State

Folder 6 - LOUISIANA PLACE NAMES:

a) Why We Have "Parishes" in Louisiana; unidentified newspaper, n. d.

b) Historic Facts Show Why State has Parishes and Not Counties, Progress, May 6, 1938

c) Parish Names Show History, New Orleans Item, June 10, 1952

d) The Counties of Louisiana, Louisiana's Parishes, Sunday Advocate, August 5, 1979

e) How Was Your Town Named?, Daily Star, October 5, 1966

f) Louisiana Place Names & How They Happened, Morning Advocate Magazine, September 10, 1950

g) What's In a Name? Plenty!, Dixie, December 10, 1950

h) Pronunciation Guide of Local Names and Places in the Baton Rouge Area, June 1971 and April 1973

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HISTORY Continued

Folder 7 - ESSAYS:

a) Top Ten Essays 1980 Louisiana History Contest, Published by the Louisiana Historical Association, 1981

Folder 8 - MAGAZINE:

a) The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. LVII, No. 4, April 1930--Louisiana, Land of Perpetual Romance, by Ralph A. Graves (xerox copy)

Folder 9 - STATISTICS:

a) Statistics on Louisiana (brochures)

b) Louisiana Works, Office of Commerce & Industry

Folder 10

- FLAGS:

a) Nine Flags Have Flown Over State, Morning Advocate, September 10, 1940

b) The Flags We've Flown, Times-Picayune, June 9, 1946

c) Cuba's Flag Flew Here, Lone Star Flies Over Cuba Today, Once Was Flag of Florida Parishes, Texas, Morning Advocate Magazine, November 7, 1948

Folder 11

- MAPS:

a) Louisiana Maps

b) Explanation of an 1803 map in the Center (Donated by Tommy Wells)

c) xerox copy of an old map of Louisiana, n. d.

Folder 12

- BOOK:

a) Archeological Overview of the Lower Mississippi Delta, Southern Louisiana, by Gary

Cummins, Senior Archeologist, National Park Service, 1980

Folder 13

- PAPER:

a) Exploration and Colonization 1541-1803, n. d.

Folder 14

- LOUISIANA HERITAGE

a) Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter 1969

b) Vol. 1, No. 4, Summer 1969

c) Vol. 2, No. 2, 1970

Folder 15

- LOUISIANA MEDALLION SOCIETY

Six medallions depicting

a) Claiming of the Mississippi Valley by de La Salle

b) Napoleon authorizing the sale of the Louisiana Territory to the United States

c) Louisiana Strikes Oil

d) The Lemoyne brothers, Bienville and Iberville

e) Battle of New Orleans

f) Huey Pierce Long

g) Newsletters of the society and information about the medallions

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DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL

Folder 16

- BOOK:

a) Louisiana: A Tourist Guide to Points of General and Historic Interest, by J. H. Ewing, 1932

Folder 17

- LOUISIANA TOUR GUIDES:

a) Fifth Annual Tour Guide, 1976

b) Eleventh Annual Tour Guide, 1982

c) Twelfth Annual Tour Guide, 1983

d) River Trails, Bayous and Back Roads, 1984

Folder 18

- TOURIST BOOKLETS:

a) Louisianne Magazette, Vol. 1, No. 1

b) Louisianne Magazette, Vol. 1, No. 2, Spring 1965

c) The Louisiana Tourist, Vol. 1, No. 1, November 1938

d) Louisiana Tourist Bulletin, Vol. 4, No. 3, January 1941

e) Louisiana Tourist Bulletin, Vol. 4, No. 8, July 1941

f) Through the Uplands of The Pelican State on Highway 80, The Dixie Overland Route

g) Louisiana, a Dream State, 28 pages of color pictures of Louisiana, n. d. (3 copies)

h) Travel, NEA Special Services

Folder 19

- TOURIST BOOKLETS:

a) Lovely Louisiana, 1940s (2 copies)

b) See All of Louisiana All Year 'Round

c) Louisiana Bayou Wonderland

d) What Louisiana Offers the Tourist

e) Where in the World Such Infinite Variety? Louisiana . . . that's where!

f) Louisiana, A Good Place to Visit, A Better Place to Live

g) A Bicentennial Guide to Louisiana Landmarks of Louisiana as Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 1976, 72 pages

Folder 20

- TOURIST BROCHURES:

a) Louisiana Fun Map, published by Louisiana Travel Promotion Association, n. d.

b) Have a Capital Time in the Capital District, See Southeast Louisiana (Tourist Brochure with map and information about the Florida Parishes, plus Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, Iberville, and Ascension parishes), Fall 1974;

c) Vacation in Louisiana for Variety

d) Visit Northwest Louisiana First

e) North Central Louisiana, Piney Hills Country

f) Louisiana Tourist Attractions-- Rural Louisiana, Dixie Electric Co-op Edition, July 1981 (Articles--See and Savor Louisiana, Indian Culture in Sabine Parish, The Civil War Almost Killed Grace Church)

g) Louisiana Open House 1990 (poster) (2 copies)

h) Backroads Louisiana Vacation Includes Unusual Historic Sites, Louisiana State Voice, Second Quarter 1990, Vol. 2, No. 2

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DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL Continued

Folder 21 -

STATE PARKS:

a) Louisiana State Parks Fees, Facilities, Regulations, January 1980 (1 copy) and January 1981 (2 copies), published by Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, Office of State Parks

b) Brochures and newspaper clippings about State Parks

Folder 22 - SWAMP TOURS INFORMATION:

a) Swamp Romps, Taking a tour through Louisiana's Swamps, Times-Picayune, July 8, 1988

b) Bayou and Swamp Tours (brochure)

c) Louisiana Cruises, Inc. (brochure)

d) Louisiana Swamp Exhibit, A Guide to the Cultural Exhibits and a Brief History of Man in the Swamp, Published by Audubon Zoological Garden

Folder 23

- ACADIANA TOURIST BROCHURES:

a) Acadiana Tour Guide

b) Acadiana Park, Lafayette

c) Acadian Village and Tropical Gardens, A Museum of Acadian Heritage and Culture, Lafayette

d) Acadiana Mall, Lafayette

e) Creole Nature Trail, Lake Charles/Calcasieu Parish

f) Imperial Calcasieu Museum, Inc., Lake Charles

g) Zigler Museum, Jennings; Festivals Acadiens (Southwest Louisiana)

h) Gateway to Acadiana

i) Lets Go to the Evangeline Country

j) French Heritage Tour

Folder 24

- LOUISIANA TOURISM NEWSPAPER ARTICLES/BROCHURES:

a) Louisiana Office of Tourism Launches Advertising Campaign, Louisiana State Voice, First Quarter 1991

b) Tourism to Bring Record Numbers to Louisiana, Louisiana State Voice, Third Quarter, 1991

c) Tax-free Plan Shows Sales Jump, Morning Advocate, October 31, 1991

d) Revise State Tourism Leadership Structure, Daily Star, March 10, 1992

e) Many Enjoy LA Hospitality, Daily Star, June 21, 1991

f) Fairs & Festival Louisiana, 1989, 1990, and 1996 Editions (brochures)

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LOUISIANA LANDMARKS AND PLANTATIONS

Folder 25

- National Register of Historic Places in Louisiana

a) Current through December 31, 1980

b) Current Through April 30, 1983

Folder 26 - PLANTATIONS

a) Where in the World . . . Such Magnificent Mansions? Louisiana, that's where! (2 copies)

b) Plantation Country (1 original, 1 xerox)

c) Plantation Homes Along the River from Baton Rouge to New Orleans, Map, Text, and Photographs by David King Gleason, 1984

d) Louisiana Plantation Homes in the Audubon Country, (2 copies)

e) Economics, Fire, Ol' Man River Destroy Mansions, Times-Picayune, June 9, 1940

f) Louisiana Plantations, Times-Picayune, July 12, 1987 (Destrehan Manor, Houmas House, Madewood, Nottoway, Oak Alley, San Francisco, and Tezcuco)

g) At Home on the Plantation, Times-Picayune, May 8, 1988

h) River Road combines old and new, Times-Picayune, February 26, 1989

i) Historic Homes Standing on West Side of River, State Times, n. d.

j) Plantations Have Cozy Touches, unidentified newspaper, n. d.

k) Old Plantation Homes Open to Tourist, unidentified magazine, n. d.

Folder 27 - MISCELLANEOUS LANDMARKS

a) 7 Louisiana landmarks earn national distinction, Times-Picayune, June 6, 1987

b) Stop and Smell the Roses. . . and all the other flowers in spring bloom at Louisiana horticultural wonderlands (about Louisiana gardens), Lagniappe, April 5, 1991

c) Holiday from the city, The annual bonfires along the river are just one of many ways to celebrate the Christmas season in the country, Lagniqppe, December 6, 1991

Folder 28 - ARTICLES FROM GILMORE-GILLEY SCRAPBOOKS

Article

a) Louisiana's Historic Capitol, History of the building, 7 pictures, State House Tradition

b) Famous Louisiana Landmark, Opelousas Hotel located in LaCombe, 125 year history of the building that once served as the state capitol, Picayune July 11, 1926

c) Etienne de Bore, 1803/04, genealogy, history, clipping

d) How Dixie got its name, Dix notes of Citizens Bank, 2 pp. and 4 pictures

e) Writer in London journal saw New Orleans in 1853 (yellow fever, unhealthy city), 2 pp. and 1 picture

f) Old Palisade boundary of city located, loose paper

g) Colonial New Orleans is described from ancient records by Mrs. Crozat, traces history from earliest foundation, residence of Bienville, laws of early days, jean Louis, Mardi Gras

h) Warren/Prague Home in Carrollton, interesting incident of Civil War, house history, 1 picture

i) Chaffraix Mansion, St. Charles Avenue, built by Mrs. Shepard Brown after Civil War because Butler seized her home, 1 picture

j) Leeds Mansion, 1840 J. P. Harrison Civil War Diary, 2 pp. and 1 picture

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Article

k) General Twigg's Home, biography of Twiggs and history of the home, later home of St. Theresa's school, 2 pictures

l) The records of Natchitoches, Picayune February 17, 1907, early wills of St. Denis 1744, some early genealogies, and inventories, biography of St. Denis, 2 pp. and 4 pictures; 1 loose article--points of interest around Natchitoches

m) Stanley Hall, Arcola Plantation, Tangipahoa, history of the house, Stanley genealogy, life of Stanley, Roger family, Capt. Horace Harvey related, 1 picture

n) E. D. White's Old Home in Lafourche Parish near Thibodeaux, family genealogy, history of his rise to Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, 2 pp., 2 pictures

o) Judah P. Benjamin, Plantation at Bellechasse, his life, death, and lifestyle, 2 pp., 2 pictures, 3 photographs

p) Henry Clay Warmoth, Louisiana's first Reconstruction Governor (1862-1872) dies, Family history and overview of his life

q) Old Hickory's Soldiers Could Shoot . . . and Loot, Chalmette Battle caused damage to the de la Ronde home, History of claims filed for losses during the battle at the hands of British and American troops, Genealogy of de la Ronde family traced to Vikings

r) Destruction of Last Island, Great storm of August 1856 remembered in 1919, Various accounts of the disaster, 2 pp. and 1 picture of the Trade Wind Hotel

s) Busy Times on Sugar Plantations During Harvesting and Grinding

a) An irreplaceable crop

b) Sugar crop November 26, 1859, list of some planters

c) Pictures of cane cutting

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 15 - GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, AND POLITICAL FIGURES

Folder

1.Rules of Order of the Constitutional Convention of 1898 of the State of Louisiana, 18 pp.

2.Constitutional Convention Reports, News and Views of "C C '73," Vol. 1, No. 1, February 1-No. 22, June 28, 1973; Vol. 2, No. 1, July 12-No. 15, November 15, 1973

3.Constitutional Convention Reports, News and Views of "C C '73," Vol. 2, No. 1, July 12-No. 15, November 15, 1973

4.Constitutional Convention Reporter, Official Newsletter of Public Information Committee, May 4, 1973-December 10, 1973

5. Proposed Constitution of the State of Louisiana, 1973/74 (3 newspaper copies, 1 booklet copy); "New Book out on State Constitution," Louisiana State Voice, 1st Quarter, 1991

Folder 6 - PROPOSED CONSTITUTION

a) An Educator's Analysis of the Proposed Constitution, prepared by The Louisiana Teachers' Association

b) Help..Reference Aids for Louisiana constitutional Revision!, prepared by the Louisiana State Library in cooperation with the Louisiana Legislative Council and Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, January 1971

c) Decision '74. . . . A Study of the Proposed Constitution, January 1974, published by the Louisiana League of Women Voters

d) A New Constitution for Louisiana's People, A Summary, Seminar January 29-30, 1973, sponsors: League of Women Voters of Louisiana

e) CC-73--The Good, The Bad, The Reasons, Times-Picayune, March 13, 1974

Folder 7 - PROPOSED CONSTITUTION

a) PAR, Public Affairs Research Council of LA., Inc., Guide to the Proposed Constitutional Amendments, Nov. 27, 1987 Election

b) Oct. 1, 1988 Election

c) Oct. 7, 1989 Election

d) April 19, 1989 Election

e) Oct 19, 1991 Election

f) Oct. 3 & Nov. 3, 1992

g) PAR Public Affairs Research Council of LA, Inc., Guide to the Constitutional Convention Proposal, Nov. 3, 1992

Folder 8 - PROPOSED CONSTITUTION (newspaper clippings)

a) Constitutional Amendments Convention, 1992

Folder 9 - PROPOSED CONSTITUTION

a) The Amending Process in Louisiana, Report to the Council No. 18, January 1961, prepared by the Staff of the Louisiana Legislative Council

b) Louisiana's Constitution Often Amended, Times-Picayune, October 31, 1948

c) Seventy-Five Thousand Words Too Many, Morning Advocate Magazine, May 22, 1949

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 15 - GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, AND POLITICAL FIGURES

Folder

10. PAR Index, A Selective Subject Index of PAR Research, 1951-1964, May 1965 (2 copies)

11.The Louisiana Civil Code: A Humanistic Appraisal, by Shael Herman, Associate Professor; David Combe, Law Librarian; Thomas E. Carbonneau, Assistant Professor, prepared by Tulane Law School in conjunction with the Tulane Office of University Relations, funded through the Louisiana Committee for the Humanities, 1981 (50 page booklet-2 copies)

12.Appointive Powers of the Governor, State Officials, Louisiana Legislative Council, October 1965; Preface, Text of Study Group's Report to Governor, Time-Picayune, May 12, 1966 (2 copies)

13. Acts Passed by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana at the First Session of the Second Legislature, January 2, 1871

14. State of Louisiana, Acts of the Legislature (Extraordinary Session of 1964)

15. Authority for Holding the Convention, Act. No. 180, House Bill No. 369, By Mr. Chappuis, 1920

Folder 16 - STATESMEN:

a) Edward Livingston Pioneered in Fields of Law and Politics, Times-Picayune, n. d.

b) "Grave of Gen. Downs, Early Louisiana Statesman, Found," States, February 25, 1937

c) Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Times-Picayune, January 25, 1942 (explorer)

d) Jean Baptiste le Moyne Bienville, Times-Picayune, February 1, 1942

e) [John] Slidell Played Major Political Role in Stormy Pres-War Days (state legislator, district attorney, congressman and U. S. senator), Times-Picayune, February 22, 1942

f) Julien Poydras Fund Provides `Dots' for West Baton Rouge Brides for More Than Century, Morning Advocate, May 11, 1941

g) Dowries From a Dead Man [Julien Poydras], Morning Advocate Magazine, April 5, 1953

h) Poydras Pioneered in Trade and in Philanthropic Effort, Times-Picayune, March 1, 1942 (2 copies)

i) `Dick' Taylor Battled To Save State From Invaders' Grasp, Times-Picayune/New Orleans States, March 29, 1942

j) Edward Douglass White, chief justice of the Supreme Court, Times-Picayune

k) Gave a Fortune for Freedom [Marquis De Lafayette], Times-Picayune/New Orleans States, June 28, 1942

l) Judah Philip Benjamin, Times-Picayune, July 5, 1942

m) Baron de Carondelet (governor of Louisiana and West Florida), Times-Picayune, September 27, 1942

n) One Life was not Enough [Joseph E. Ransdell], congressman for 31 years, Dixie, December 9, 1951

o) F. Edward Hebert . . . Portrait of a Chairman, Dixie, October 3, 1971

p) The Ambassador is from New Orleans [W. Walton Butterworth, Jr.], Dixie, January 6, 1963

Folder

17. Former Secretary of State Wade Martin, Jr. dies at 79, Times-Picayune, August 7, 1990

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 15 - GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, AND POLITICAL FIGURES

Folder 18 - U. S. SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES:

a) James H. Morrison and the 1939 Louisiana Gubernatorial Campaign, by Jerry Purvis Sanson (Paper delivered at the Edward Livingston Historical Association, May 1982)

b) Congresswoman [Lindy Boggs] Recalls daughter's [Barbara Boggs] dying Grace, Sunday Star, November 11, 1990

c) Other newspaper clippings; Program: Testimonial Banquet in Honor of The Honorable F. Edward Hebert, Member of the Congress of the United States, 7:00 p.m. Monday, May 21, 1951, Grand Ballroom, The Roosevelt, New Orleans, Under the Auspices of the Young Men’s Business Club (donated by John Jordan)

Folder

19. David Duke (newspaper clippings); Media Resource Packet, The Politics and Background of State Representative David Duke, prepared by the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism

20. Legislature (newspaper clippings)

21. Elections (newspaper clippings)

Folder 22 - PARISH GOVERNMENT

a) A Study of Parish Government in Louisiana by L. E. Chandler, Published by Southeastern Louisiana College, January 1960

b) The Lawrason Act, Act 136 of 1898 as amended through 1948, compiled by Wade O. Martin, Jr., Secretary of State

c) A comparison...Home Rule Government vs. Police Jury

Folder

23. Budget (newspaper clippings)

24. Civil Service, newspaper clippings, booklets, and brochures

25. Correctional Institutions (newspaper clippings)

26. Crime and Criminals (newspaper clippings)

27. Gambling (newspaper clippings)

28. Insurance Industry (newspaper clippings)

29. Motor Vehicle Commission (pamphlets and newspaper clipping)

30. Polls (newspaper clippings)

31. Reapportionment (newspaper clippings)

32. Right to Work (newspaper clippings)

33. Taxes (booklet, brochure, and newspaper clippings)

34. Voter Registration (newspaper clippings)

Folder 35 - GOVERNORS OF LOUISIANA

a) Governors of Louisiana

b) Louisiana's Governors, Morning Advocate Magazine, February 17, 1952

c) Scenes Recall Day When Leche Took Helm of Ship of State, Progress, May 14, 1937

d) State Executive Mansion Real Home, Vindicator, 1937?

e) Story of Governor Leche From Boyhood to Capitol, Progress, May 6, 1938

f) Leche in Atlanta to Start 10-Year Prision Sentence, Times-Picayune, January 1, 1942

g) They Built Louisiana (Samuel D. McEnery), Times-Picayune, January 10, 1942

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 15 - GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, AND POLITICAL FIGURES

Folder 35 - GOVERNORS OF LOUISIANA Continued

h) Sam Houston Jones to Become Louisiana's 49th Governor as 125,000 Look On, Morning Advocate, May 17, 1940

i) Sam Houston Jones is Declared Louisiana's Liberator, Vindicator, May 17, 1940

j) He Delivered the Goods! (Sam Jones), published by The Louisiana Association for Clean Government, January 1, 1942

k) Meet the New Governor, Dixie, May 11, 1952

l) Down on the McKeithen Farm, Dixie, August 23, 1964

m) List of Governors of Louisiana from 1713-1984

n) Louisiana Political Memorabilia will get a Home in Winnfield, Times-Picayune, June 27, 1987

Folder

36. Gubernatorial Campaigns, 1991 (newspaper clippings)

37. "My Fellow Citizens . . ." The Inaugural Addresses of Louisiana's Governors, edited by Sidney J. Romero (xerox copy of Introduction)

38. Foster, Murphy James, 1892-1900 (xeroxed from Sobel and Raimo Biographical Dictionary of the Governors of the United States, Vol. 1); Xerox copy of a picture and Correspondence about the Picture (Murphy J. Foster?)

39.Louisiana Conservation Review, October 1935, Memorial Number, Huey P. Long, August 30, 1903-September 10, 1935; Funeral Oration Delivered Over the Grave of Huey Pierce Long, by Gerald L. K. Smith, September 12, 1935

40. The Extraordinary Life and Times of Huey Long, An Exhibition of the Louisiana State Library (Brochure); Book wasn't a Long Story, King's Men Author Says, Times-Picayune, April 22, 1985; Factories Close in on Rural Culture and Digging into Past is Lawyer's Specialty (Huey Long Assassination), Times-Picayune, June 30, 1991; Huey At 100, Centennial Essays on Huey P. Long (brochure about book); other newspaper clippings

41. Earl K. Long (newspaper clippings)

42. Comb from Earl K. Long's Campaign for Governor (Donated by Clark Forrest, Jr.)

43.Rejoice, the Gospel Music Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 4, Summer 1990 (The Legendary Jimmie Davis)

44. Invitation to Inaugural Ball for Edwin W. Edwards, Monday, March 12, 1984, in the Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana, 7:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M.; Edwards Names New Cabinet, Other Officials (newspaper clipping, unidentified newspaper, n.d.); Other newspaper clippings

45. Recall '92 (newspaper clippings about Gov. Edwin E. Edwards)

46. Buddy Roemer (newspaper clippings)

47. Inauguration Program and Invitation for Murphy "Mike" J Foster, 1996

48. Newspaper clipping about Huey Long's Death, American Progress (xerox copy); "Long Shot, Assailant Slain," Times-Picayune, September 9, 1935

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 16 - GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, AND POLITICAL FIGURES

Two Huey P. Long Scrapbooks

BOX 16A

Newspapers about Huey P. Long

REGIONAL HISTORY-LOUISIANA-INDUSTRY

BOX 17

Folder

1. Government List of All Businesses in Louisiana, by Town, in Year 1905 (xerox copy--donated by Clark Forrest)

2. Why Industry Moves to Louisiana, ca. 1948 (Booklet)

3. Louisiana Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs Annual Reports, 1971-72, 53th Annual Convention

4. a) Statistical Profile of Louisiana, prepared by the Public Affairs Research Council of La., Inc., 1973

b) Institute of Urban and Population Research, Dept. of Sociology, LSU, June 1972, Bulletin No. 7201 and 7202

c) Louisiana Parish Population Growth, 1950-1959, prepared by La. Dept. of Commerce & Industry, La. d) Population by parishes 1810-1880 (xerox copy)

5. Gulf South Research Institute, Research Services for Government and Industry, Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1972

6. Louisiana News Digest, Published by the Department of Commerce and Industry, 1949 (9 issues), 1950 (10 issues), 1951 (9 issues), 1952 (5 issues)

7. Directory of Basic Data for Local & Regional Areas, prepared by Ed Reed Organization for La. Dept. of Public Works, June 1974

8. Location Profile of Louisiana Economic Districts; No. 1, Southeast Louisiana; No. 2, East Central Louisiana; No. 3, East South Central Louisiana; No. 5, Southwest Louisiana; No. 6, Central Louisiana; No. 7 Northwest Louisiana, prepared for The Office of Commerce & Industry by The Fantus Company, Inc., July 1978

9. 1981 Statistical Abstract of Louisiana, A joint publication of the University of New Orleans' Div. of Business & Economic Research & The La. State Planning Office

10. a) Louisiana Business Profile, by Cajun Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., 1992

b) Industrial Opportunities and Resources on Louisiana's Lower Mississippi River, by Louisiana Power & Light

c) A Guide to Industrial Investment in Louisiana, Office of Commerce & Industry

d) Opportunities for Regional and Corporate Headquarters, prepared for the Office of Commerce & Industry by The Fantus Company, In., February 1979

e) The Profit Belt, West Monroe and Monroe (brochure)

f) Economic Development Assessment and Strategic Planning Report for Southeast Louisiana, Executive Summary, presented by The Rural Economic Development Small Business Resource Team, April 16-20, 1990 (booklet)

g) The Louisiana Opportunity for the Chemical Industries (brochure)

h) EKATO, Mixing Technology

11. Business and Industry (newspaper clippings)

12. Industrial and Economic Statistics (newspaper clippings)

13. Louisiana Directory of Manufacturers, 1992-93, published by the Louisiana Department of Economic Development Office of Policy and Research

14. Notebook which profiles the parishes of: Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana

15. Louisiana Business Financial Resource Guide, 1991-92, A publication of the Louisiana Public Facilities Authority in cooperation with the Louisiana Department of Economic Development

16. Community & Economic Development Resource Manual, La. Dept. of Economic Dev.

REGIONAL HISTORY-LOUISIANA-INDUSTRY

BOX 17 Continued

FORESTRY AND LUMBERING

Folder

17. The Crossett Story, The Beginning of Forestry in Southern Arkansas and Northern Louisiana, by R. R. Reynolds, 1980, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service General Technical Report SO-32, 40 pages (Donated by Clark Forrest, Jr. November 4, 1982)

18. Planted Pines and Cattle Grazing, A Profitable Use of Southwest Louisiana's Cut-Over Pine Land, by W. E. Bond and Robert S. Campbell, published as a cooperative project by Louisiana Forestry Commission, Bulletin No. 4, 1951, 28 pages (2 copies)

19. Forest and People, Official Publication of the Louisiana Forestry Association, Fourth Quarter, 1982, Vol. 33, No. 4, Article about the Piney Woods People with some of the photographs

20. The Bayou Forester, Official Newsletter of the Louisiana Society of American Foresters, March 1990, Vol. 8, No. 1

21. a) Louisiana Lumber Industry from 1870-1900, by M. W. Briggs

b) Industrial Lumbering (xerox pages 161-165)

c) Crosby Puts the Stumps to Work, Louisiana Police Jury Review, Vol. 10, April 1947 (xerox copy)

d) Frank B. Williams, Cypress Lumber King by Anna C. Burns, Journal of Forest History, July 1980, pages 127-134 (xerox copy)

e) Pullboat Logging by Ervin Mancil, Journal of Forest History, July 1980, pages 135-141 (xerox copy)

f) Louisiana Longleaf an endangered legacy, by Latimore Smith (xerox copy)

g) "Covington Hall, The Utopian Vision of a "Wobbly" Poet, by Donald Winters in Labor’s Heritage, Vol. 4, No. 2, quarterly of the George Meany Memorial Archives, pg. 54

22. Booklets, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings about forests and forestry, arbor day

23. Newspaper clippings about cypress trees

24. Newspaper clippings about live oaks and the Live Oak Society

25. Material from Various Lumber Companies, in Tangipahoa area, Natalbany, Ruddock, Lyon Cypress, and Lutcher Cypress (donated by Eugene J. Stevens)

26. Built in Louisiana, A Social History of Louisiana Carpenters, 1983, sponsored by the Louisiana Council of Carpenters, Louisiana Historical Association, and the Louisiana Committee for the Humanities (2)

AGRICULTURE

27. Articles and newspaper clippings about agriculture

28. Articles, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings about strawberry growing and marketing

29. Articles, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings about cotton

30. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about tobacco

31. Pamphlet and newspaper clippings about tung oil

32. Microvinification of Muscadine Grapes, MS Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 143, August 1987

GARDENING

33. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about gardening

34. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about flowers

35. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about camellias

REGIONAL HISTORY-LOUISIANA-INDUSTRY

BOX 17 Continued

GARDENING

Folder

36. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about lillies

37. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about roses

38. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about ferns

SEAFOOD

39. a) Louisiana Seafood Industry Study, prepared for La. Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board, N. O., La. by Dr. Walter Keithly Marine Economist, B. R., La.

b) The Louisiana Opportunity for the Seafood Industries (brochure)

40. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about fish and fishing

41. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about crabs

42. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about crawfish

43. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about oysters

44. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about shrimp

ANIMALS

45. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about wildlife

46. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about alligators

47. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about amphibians

48. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about deer

49. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about nutria

50. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about birds

51. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about ducks

52. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about pelicans

53. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about cattle and horses

54. Pamphlets about the State Dog, Catahoula Hog Dog

55. Newspaper clippings about the Horse Racing Industry

56. Newspaper clippings about Africanized honeybees

57. Newspaper clippings about mosquitos

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 18 - NATURAL RESOURCES AND NATURAL DISASTERS

Folder

1. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about conservation

2. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about natural resources

3. Pamphlet and newspaper clipping about mines and mineral resources

4. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about petroleum and petroleum products

5. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about salt

6. 50 Years of Service, 1927-1977, Louisiana Power and Light Co., Middle South Utilities System

7. Atchafalaya Basin (3 booklet)

8. Lake Pontchartrain Basin Bibliography, prepared for Basics of the Basin Symposium, May 14-15, 1992

9. Report to Louisiana from Senator John Breaux, Summer 1989 (About Wetlands Bill); The Battle to Save Our Wetlands, Louisiana State Voice, First Quarter 1990; other newspaper clippings; Scientific Assessment of Coastal Wetland Loss, Restoration and Management in Louisiana, by Donald F. Boesch, Chair, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 20

10. Newspaper clippings about barrier islands washing away; Islands of the Marsh, A Study of Louisiana's Chenier Culture sponsored by the Zigler Museum, 1960s? (16 page booklet)

11. Booklets, reports, and newspaper clippings about tidelands

12. Booklets, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings about Coastal Resources Program; Preliminary Assessment of the Louisiana Coastal Management Program, November 25, 1991

13. Map and newspaper clippings about the Mississippi River

14. Booklets, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings about flood prevention and control

15. RIVERS:

a) The Death of a River, by Bill Graziano of Bill's Electric Co. (Poem about the Tangipahoa River) (4 copies)

b) The Amite to the Tangipahoa by Hodding Carter (xerox copy)

c) The Pearl River by Sidney J. Romero (xerox copy)

d) Sportsmen fear plug will be pulled on Pearl, Times-Picayune, August 28, 1988

e) Final Report of Funded Project, A Greatly Expanded Transportation Information System to Strengthen the Successful Management, Promotion, and Forward Planning of Louisiana Inland Riverports, June 28, 1982

16. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about hurricanes

17. Newspaper clippings about Hurricane Andrew

18. Newspaper clippings about earthquakes

19. Newspaper clippings about the Tuscaloosa Trend

20. Newspaper clipping about an eclipse

WAR MATERIALS

21. Roll of the Association of the Army of Tennessee, Louisiana Division, Camp No. 2, U. C. V. From its organizing in May 1877 to date April 1, 1908, 38 pages

22. The Roll of Honor, Roster of the Citizen Soldiery who Saved Louisiana

23. History of the Twenty-Eighth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, by Loomis Scofield, 1915 (xerox copy); Recollections of the Siege of Port Hudson, by Michael Fox, of Co. H, Twenty-Eighth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, Port Chester, N. Y.

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 18 - NATURAL RESOURCES AND NATURAL DISASTERS Continued

Folder

24. Bailey's Dam, Anthropological Study No. 8, by Stephen D. Smith and George J. Castille III, March 1986

25. Louisiana Wars Casualties (Donated by Tommy Davidson, September 27, 1988)

26. Annual Report, Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs, July 1, 1970-June 30, 1971

27. Louisiana in the Marine Corps (Exhibit Booklet), Louisiana State Archives, January 14-March 15, 1993

28. Newspaper clippings about Desert Storm

29. "U-Boats: '42 Fighting Too Close for Grand Isle," Times-Picayune, May 26, 1992

30. World War I with Willard A. Dodd (letters written to his family in Iowa), c. 1993 (donated by Barbara Dodd Capdevielle)

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA

BOX 19 - RELIGION, HISTORY OF CHURCHES

Folder

1. Newspaper clippings about Churches: Truly `American' Church Emerges Under Many Names, Times-Picayune, September 2, 1973; States's mix of Denominations Reflects Culture; Chart, Major Denominational Families by Parish, Morning Advocate, January 23, 1993; The House Robb Built [occupied by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, John Burnside, and Newcomb College], Dixie, June 14, 1953; Ott Cheerful Despite Cancer's Spread, Daily Star, November 10, 1992; Churches plan special Masses in Ott's memory, Daily Star, November 30, 1992

2. The Presbyterian Church in Louisiana, by Rev. C. Knox Poole, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, n. d. (3 copies)

3. Newspaper clippings about television evangelists Swaggart and Gorman

4. Louisiana Baptist Historical Atlas, by Glen Lee Greene, Louisiana Baptist Convention Historian, Louisiana Baptists Honoring the Bicentennial of the United States, 1975 (short histories and photographs of some Baptist churches in Louisiana); Some Louisiana Baptist History From 1938-1950, Atchafalaya Baptist Missions, by Ira I. Marks and other co-workers, Second Revised Edition October 10, 1978

5. Louisiana Baptist Children's Home, A History and an Anthology, 1899-1986, History written by Alan Keith-Lucas, Anthology compiled by Earl D. Mercer

6. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Vol. 1, 1988; Vol. 2, 1989

7. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Vol. 3, 1990; Vol. 4, 1991

8. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Vol. 5, 1992; Vol. 6, 1993

9. Journal of Louisiana Baptist History, Vol. 7 1994

REGIONAL HISTORY-LOUISIANA-ETHNIC GROUPS

BOX 20

Folder

1. Lexical Usage in Southern Louisiana, by Mima Babington and E. Bagby Atwood, publication of the American Dialect Society by Univ. of Alabama Press, No. 36, November 1961

2. Social and Family Patterns on the Colonial Louisiana Frontier, A paper presented before the Louisiana Historical Association Annual Meeting, Lake Charles, by Elizabeth Shown Mills, March 5, 1982

3. Folklife in Louisiana, article, n. d.

4. Louisiana Historical Review featuring Tangipahoa, Livingston, and Ascension Parishes

5. Newspaper clippings about north Louisiana people.

6. Louisiana Library Association, Vol. 57, No. 1, Summer 1994, Documenting Selected Louisiana Ethnic Groups: A Theme Issue (Indians, Italians, Vietnamese, Lebanese)

Acadians

7. Pamphlets and newspaper clippings about Acadians

8. Booklet and newspaper clippings about Cajuns

9. Newspaper clippings about Cajun customs

Indians

10. The Historic Indian Tribes of Louisiana by Fred B. Kniffen, Louisiana Conservation Review, July 1935 (xeroxed); The Story of the Houma Indians by Roy A. Parfait, 1 page; Tunica Indian Museum to be Built in Marksville, Times-Picayune, July 12, 1987; Reclaiming the Past, Louisiana Native Americans Seek Federal Recognition, Morning Advocate Magazine, June 16, 1996; Caddo Indian History Very Readable, Morning Advocate Magazine, June 16, 1996; The Mounds that Indians Built, Daily Star Gumbo Magazine, February 21, 1988; Indians, Slaves, "Red Bones," and "Spanish Whites": Making an Acceptable History in the Piney Woods (manuscript by Karen Williams)

11. Atakapas Indians of Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas, compiled by Hubert Daniel Singleton, Hammond, Louisiana, September 6, 1995

12. On the Tunica Trail, Anthropological Study No. 1, by Jeffrey P. Brain, June 1977

13. The Caddo Indians of Louisiana, Anthropological Study No. 2, by Clarence H. Webb and Hiram F. Gregory, August 1978, Second Edition, April 1986 (3 copies of Second Edition)

14. The Role of Salt in Eastern North American Prehistory, Anthropological Study No. 3, by Ian W. Brown, May 1981 (2 copies)

15. Preserving Louisiana's Legacy, Everyone Can Help, Anthropological Study No. 5, by Nancy W. Hawkins, April 1982, Second printing February 1985

16. Louisiana Prehistory, Anthropological Study No. 6, by Robert W. Neuman and Nancy W. Hawkins, June 1982 (2 copies)

17. Poverty Point, A Culture of the Lower Mississippi Valley, (Northeast Louisiana), Anthropological Study No. 7, by Jon L. Gibson, April 1983, Second Printing September 1985

Italians

18. American Italian Historical Association, Central New York Chapter Newsletter, Oct.-Nov. 1983 (xerox copy); The Passage, Settlement, and Occupational Characteristics of Louisiana's Italian Immigrants, Margavio and Salomone, Sociological Spectrum, 1981; Italian-American Digest, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1980; Vol. 8, No. 1, 1982; Vol. 24, 1997; The Messenger of Louisiana, Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1983 (An English Language Tabloid on Italian-American Affairs for the State of Louisiana)

REGIONAL HISTORY-LOUISIANA-BIOGRAPHIES

BOX 20 Continued

Folder

19. A Better Life, Italian-Americans in South Louisiana, Joel Gardner, editor, c. 1983 (4)

20. Index to the Biographical Sketches in Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana, Russell Library, Northwestern State College of Louisiana, Natchitoches, Louisiana, 1964

21. Newspaper clippings about Barry Seal

22. The Day I met the Real Bonnie and Clyde, Family Weekly, April 29, 1973

23. BIOGRAPHIES:

a) The State's Only President Longed to Be a Farmer, n. d.

b) The Cajun Comics, Dixie, June 6, 1971

c) I Got `Dis Frien' [Justin Wilson], Dixie, April 23, 1978

d) Parrish Fuller, Louisiana School, May 1955, p. 5

e) School Days Are Over [Parrish Foote, professor of education at LSU], Morning Advocate Magazine, July 13, 1952

f) Gen. Troy H. Middleton . . Hero and Educator [LSU president], Dixie, October 22, 1972

g) Fleur de Lys and Calumet, Morning Advocate Magazine, May 31, 1953

h) Seaman A. Knapp, Morning Advocate Magazine, July 16, 1950

i) The Louisiana Girl Who Became a Yankee Spy, by Joy Jackson, Dixie, September 19, 1954

j) Harriet Daggett Professor of Law, Morning Advocate Magazine, April 27, 1952

k) Fighting Schoolteacher [Claire Chennault], Dixie, October 6, 1968

l) Bragg Classed as One of Six Ranking Generals of Confederate States, Times-Picayune/New Orleans States, June 28, 1942

m) P. G. T. Beauregard, Times-Picayune/New Orleans States, 1942

n) David F. Boyd--Louisiana Tiger, How the Tigers Got Their Name Is a Disputed Point--Here's Another Sound Historical Theory, Morning Advocate Magazine, January 1, 1950

o) The Career of Junior Bowman, Dixie, February 14, 1971

p) Elizabeth Ashley, Douglas T. Ward Inducted into La. Arts Hall of Fame, Morning Advocate, n. d.

q) Lake Charles Claims 2 Pulitzer Winners [Robert Olen Butler and Tony Kushner], Daily Star, March 9, 1993; Oscar Winner Gene Callahan Dead at 67, Morning Advocate, December 27, 1990

REGIONAL HISTORYLOUISIANA

BOX 21 - ARTISTS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, WRITERS, AND MUSICIANS

Folder

1. Artist Who Flourished in Louisiana in the Past (xerox copy of Catalogue of Exhibit at Louisiana Art Commission Galleries, Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge, March 28 to April 25, 1965)

2. The Louisiana Landscape 1800-1969 (xeroxed from exhibit brochure) Exhibit was at the Anglo-American Art Museum, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Sept. 14-Nov. 15, 1969

3. ARTS AND ARTISTS:Louisiana Art Commission Catalogue, 1948-49, Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Variations by Hand, A Crafts Invitational with selected artists from the Louisiana Crafts Program, July 16-August 27, 1989; Newspaper clippings from 1938-1991

4. Newspaper clippings about John James Audubon

5. Photographers--Newspaper clippings about David King Gleason and C. C. Lockwood

6. Crowley Photo Collection Upsets Idea on Black Past, Times-Picayune, March 28, 1982; USL Stores Rare Old Photographs, Daily Star, March 28, 1982

7. 1913-1928: Photographs Portray Lifestyles (Northeast Louisiana), Market Bulletin, April 14, 1983

8. Architecture in Louisiana--A Documentary History (exhibit at the Tulane University Architectural Archives from February 15-March 24, 1984), Plants and Planets, January/February 1984

9. Postwar to Prosperity? Louisiana 1946-1950, Photographic Exhibit from Standard Oil Project

10. The Changing Picture of Sugar in Louisiana Exhibit, 1980 (three page explanation about exhibit)

11. 1982 Calendar published by Louisiana Life, Cover-White ibises over Lake Hatch, Nottoway Plantation's White Ballroom, Light Station Southwest Pass, New Orleans skyline, Marsh pink, Mississippi River bridge at Delta, St. Landry Parish crop-duster, Fishing on Cane River-Lake in Natchitoches, Lightning over Bayou Sorrel, White ibises on Atchafalaya Bay.

12. Brochure and newspaper clipping about Newcomb Pottery

13. Art Spectrum, Louisiana State Arts Council, Division of the Arts, 1982-1987

14. Newspaper clippings about literature; LSU Magazine, The Southern Review

15. Newspaper clippings about Louisiana Authors

16. Louisiana Poets (Mar-June 1974, Vol. 4, No. 2, Also Strophes, National Federation of State Poetry Societies, Inc., Vol. 10, No. 3 (January 20, 1974) and No. 4, (April 20, 1974)

17. Sources for Information About Louisiana Women Writers, by Wilbur E. Meneray, September 1986)

18. Louisiana Council for Music and Performing Arts, Inc. (Function and Duties)

19. Newspaper clippings about music and musicians

20. Newspaper clippings about motion pictures made in and about Louisiana; Louisiana Reels--A Celluloid View of the Pelican State, Times-Picayune, June 14, 1987

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA COLLECTION

BOX 22 - HEALTH AND SOCIAL ISSUES

Folder

1. Project Report and Resource Handbook, Louisiana Capital Area Health Planning Council, September 1973

2. Quarterly Report from Health Manpower Referral Program, by C. Kenneth Sherman, May 6, 1975

3. Louisiana State Plan for the Construction of Hospitals and Health Centers, 1944

4. Julia Verberg Vinyard--Adoption Cases and Louisiana Welfare Laws

5. Hospitals (newspaper clippings)

6. Patents

7. Chemicals-- Making Chemicals in Your Community, How We Do It Safely

8. Drug Testing-- Drugs and Youth, Drug Abuse Council, Inc., July 1976 (pamphlet)

9. Energy Conservation

10. Environment/Earth Day

11. Handicapped

12. Hazardous Waste

13. Health

14. Homosexuality-- Exposing Hatred, A report on the victimization of lesbian and gay people in New Orleans, Louisiana

15. Human Relations

16. Labor Unions

17. Retirement

18. Special Education

19. Special Olympics

20. Unemployed

21. Welfare

22. Works Progress Administration-- The Federal Work Program and the Sponsor, September 1937

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA COLLECTION

BOX 23 - MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

Folder

1. Crafts, Hobbies, Folklife: Louisiana Native Craft Festival, September 21-22, 1991, Lafayette Natural History Museum & Planetarium (brochure); Louisiana Folklife, A guide to the Louisiana Folklife Program, Division of the Arts (brochure); Train buffs Club builds steam, Daily Star, September 1, 1991; Man pursues model hobby though dexterity limited, Daily Star, November 27, 1992; Artists turn heads with colorful cars, Daily Star, November 27, 1992; B. R. collector scouts for patches, Daily Star, December 27, 1992; Small world, miniature maker shrinks furnishings to accommodate tiny house he's building for display, Sunday Star Gumbo Magazine, July 1, 1990

2. Food, Cookbooks:A Taste of Mary Land's Louisiana Cookery, compliments Siler's, Inc.; Creole Cook Book and Homemakers' Guide, 13th edition, Times-Picayune, October 6, 1937; Cook Book and Homemakers' Guide with Creole and Modern Recipes, Times-Picayune, October 16, 1940; This senator's a chef [Allen J. Ellender], Dixie, October 3, 1971; Ag week to be featured at La. World Expo., Market Bulletin, June 21, 1984

3. Holidays: Thousands of Orleanians to Visit Graves in Observing All Saints' Day, Times-Picayune, November 1, 1940; Cemeteries Bloom as New Orleans Honors Its Dead on All Saints' Day, Times-Picayune, November 2, 1940; Annual Observance of All Saints Day is Slated Here [Baton Rouge] Today, Morning Advocate, November 1, 1940; When All Saints' Day saw the Fashion Parade, Dixie, October 28, 1951; St. Joseph's Altars, March 18-19, New Orleans Public Library; The parades are 140 years old [St. Patrick's Day], Hammond Vindicator, April 3, 1986; Louisiana Christmas tree cultivation growing industry, Louisiana State Voice, Third Quarter, 1991; Tree outlook healthy, Daily Star, November 25, 1992; Bike giveaway still possible [for needy family at Christmas], Daily Star, December 3, 1992; Shoppers brighten season for merchants, Sunday Star December 20, 1992; Holiday loony tunes have their swan song, Times-Picayune, December 3, 1992; Yats croon a yule tune and song catches fire, Times-Picayune, December 24, 1992; Yeah, yo' rite: It's da poim for Christmas, Times-Picayune, December 25, 1992; Southern Christmas, Times-Picayune, December 25, 1992; Gifts go the needy, causes, Sunday Star, December 20, 1992; Boyles' Dashing Display, Daily Star, December 17, 1992; Trappers Returning from Swamps for Celebration, Times-Picayune, December 22, 1940; Louisiana Only State Observing Two Christmases, Morning Advocate, December 16, 1942; Financial woes jeopardize Copeland's Christmas display, Daily Star, December 1, 1991; Copeland will give up stores' control, Sunday Star, July 28, 1991

4. Louisiana Souvenirs: Souvenirs that say Louisiana, Sunday Advocate Magazine, March 31, 1991; Shoppers buy La. items by mail, Daily Star, December 3, 1990; Logo marks real Cajun food, Louisiana State Voice, Second Quarter, 1991

5. Railroads: New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Rail Road Company one dollar & 50Cts bill (xerox copy); State's Home Railroad Takes Progressive Step With Bridge, State Times-Morning Advocate, August 6, 1940; The Clinton-Port Hudson Railroad, Morning Advocate Magazine, May 3, 1953; The Last Days of Sugar's Steamers, Dixie, December 9, 1962; The Railroad and The Borer, Dixie, October 25, 1970; History of local railroads traced, Denham Springs News, March 9, 1978; Local IGC railroad was considered for commuter route to World's Fair, Denham Springs News, 1982; Holden shop breathes life into old rail cars, Denham Springs News, 1982; Engineer: The whole world's on fire . . . [about Livingston trail derailment], Denham Springs News, February 3, 1983; Operation Lifesaver takes agents on ride [railroad], Daily Star, April 27, 1992

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA COLLECTION

BOX 23 - MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS Continued

Folder

6. Pirogue, Boating Safety:Louisiana Pioneer ---The Pirogue, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1965 (2 copies); The Vanishing Pirogue, Morning Advocate Magazine, June 11, 1950; Heart of a Cypress, Hands of an Artist, The skill of an Acadian Pirogue maker makes a thrilling film, Dixie, October 16, 1955; About Louisiana Boating, by Grits Gresham, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1962; Federal Requirements for Recreational Boats (pamphlet); First Aid for the Boatman (pamphlet);

7. Steamships:Natchez Steamboat, Dist. by Express Publishing Co., New Orleans; Picture Out Of Our Past: Eugene Robinson's Floating Palaces, on Bayou Lafourche, 1886; Ships That Made New Orleans, Times-Picayune, October 20, 1940; Seeks to Revive Glamorous River Era, Packet to Run to New Orleans, Times-Picayune, October 26, 1947; Steamboats Round the Stairway, Times-Picayune, November 16, 1947; Seafaring Models Housed in Ivory Tower [Louisiana Maritime Museum located atop the International Trade Mart Building at the foot of Canal Street], Sunday Advocate, July 30, 1978; Life on the Mississippi/1979, Dixie, April 8, 1979; Steamboatin' Still Lives, prepared by the Public Affairs Department of the New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc. March 1996

8. Shipwrecks:El Nuevo Constante, Investigation of an Eighteenth Century Spanish Shipwreck off the Louisiana Coast, Louisiana Archaeological Survey and Antiquities Commission, Anthropological Study No. 4, December 1981 (2 copies)

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA COLLECTION

BOX 24 - Miscellaneous Materials (Flat Box)

Folder

1. Paddlewheel Stops Seeing Best of Old Dixie, Times-Picayune, March 16, 1986

2. FDR and the Kingfish, Sunday Advocate Magazine, February 21, 1982

3. Chris Segura Story-Teller, Sunday Advocate Magazine, May 1, 1983

4. Pointe Coupee Magazine, Summer Issue 1985, Vol. 1, No. 1 (2 copies)

5. Today's World, Vol. 2, No. 22, December 1, 1986 (Lake Charles)

6. Upstate Scavenger's Guide, Vol. 4, No. 39, July 16, 1987

7. 1974 Proposed Constitution of the State of Louisiana

8. Meet the Candidates, Newspaper of 1975 Louisiana State Election Candidates

9. A Supplement to The Bunkie Record, 1963 Edition

10. A Supplement to The Bunkie Record, Second Annual Edition, 1964

11. Poster with Copies of Louisiana Money Attached (Donated by C. Howard Nichols)

12. Romantic Interest in Archaeology Becomes Reality at Field School, Sunday Advocate Magazine, July 24, 1988

13. Inside Louisiana, April 1953

14. Louisiana, Sunday New-Tribune, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 26, 1939

15. Louisiana Life 1985 Scenic Calendar

16. Louisiana Trails Handbook, Dept. of Culture, Recreation & Tourism; The Bartram Trail, National Scenic/Historic Trail Study, September 1980 (Draft); Program Bartram Trail Conference, Biennial Meeting, November 16-17, Baton Rouge, LA

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA COLLECTION

BOX 25 - NEWSLETTERS

Folder

1. Chronicle, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, 1980-1987 Vol. 5-Vol. 9 (scattered issues)

2. Chronicle, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, 1988, Vol. 10; 1989, Vol. 11

3. Cultural Vistas, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, 1990 and 1991

4. Cultural Vistas, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, 1992 and 1993

5. Cultural Vistas, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, 1994-1997; Summer 2000

5a. Cultural Vistas, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Winter 2001-02

6. Cultural Vistas, A Film and Video Survey of Louisiana History and Culture, 1985 Edition

7. Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Annual Report, 1979-1994

8. Capitol Chronicle, Vol. 1, Nos. 1, 2, and 3, 1993-1995

9. Louisiana Archaeological Conservancy, Inc., Newsletter, January 1990

10. The Louisiana Historical Society (Officially the State Historical Society since 1836)

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA COLLECTION

BOX 26 - NEWSLETTERS

Folder

1. Oral History Association, 1968-1986; 1983 program of Oral History Association

2. Southeast Oral History Association, Vol. 1, No. 1, February 1993; Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage, August 1998; Southern Oral History Organization, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 1995

3. Oral History in Louisiana (T. Harry Williams Center, LSU), 1992-1997, Spring 2001; brochure; other information

4. The Southern Register, Newsletter of the Center for Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, 1988-1991

5. The Southern Register, Newsletter of the Center for Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, 1992-1997

6. The Southwestern Archivists (Quarterly publication of the Society of Southwest Archivists), Vol. XV, No. 4, February 1992 (2 copies); Also other information about SSA)

7. Folk Arts Notes, Southern Arts Federation, 1991-1996 (scattered issues); Performing Arts Traveling Exhibitions; 1991-1993 Performing Arts Program Guide

8. Lafcadio Hearn Journal, 1991-1995; Catalog of Exhibit at Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane, New Orleans

9. History Newsletter, University of South Alabama, 1993; Mid-South Humanities Project Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 3, n. d.; Society of American Archivists, Fall 1996 (brochure)

10. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana Organization and Activities; Publications of the Center for Louisiana Studies, 1980

REGIONAL HISTORY--LOUISIANA COLLECTION

BOX 27 - NEWSLETTERS

Folder

1. Southern Research Report #3, Spring 1991, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (booklet); From Beale Street to Bourbon Street, 1993; The Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin (Research Indexes)

2. Chadwyck-Healey Inc. (Research Indexes)

3. American Association for State and Local History (Research Indexes)

4. The Centerpiece, Newsletter of the Center for Regional Studies, SLU, 1991-2001

5. Louisiana Coast Lines, published by Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, 1982-2001

6. Louisiana Maritime Museum Scuttlebutt, Winter 1984

7. Louisiana State Voice, 1989-1992

8. University of Louisiana System Digest, 1995-1997; Bulletin Board, Vol. 3, No. 1, November 1994 (State Colleges & Universities of Louisiana System)

9. South Louisiana College News, 1991-1992

10. Civil Service News, 1982-1995

11. State Employees Group Benefits Program Newsletters, 1985-1997

12. Louisiana Archives and Manuscripts Association Newsletter, Spring 1999; Spring 2000