Lucille Schwab & C. Howard Nichols

Lucille Schwab & C. Howard Nichols


Archival Collection


SCHWAB, LUCILLE-NICHOLS, C. HOWARD, COLLECTION

BOX 1

Folder 1 ACADIAN COUNTRY

1. Louisiana Welcomed Cajuns, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

2. Acadian Area Still Romantic Despite Supermarts and TVs, Times-Picayune, July 13, 1975

3. French Heritage: Suffering Is Endured, Lafayette Sunday Advertizer, November 5, 1972

4. Where Cajuns Still Care [Acadian Village, 2 miles outside Lafayette off Ridge Road], Dixie, February 12, 1978

5. Acadiana? Old Houses Give Clue, unidentified newspaper, n.d. (2 copies)

6. Pie's a la Mode: Coming of Acadians Deserves Attention, unidentified newspaper, n.d. (2 copies)

7. Cajunland: Louisiana's French-speaking Coast, National Geographic, March 1966

8. Footsteps in History, Louisiana Landmark [Evangeline Oak in St. Martinville, St. Martin Parish], unidentified publication, n.d.

9. St. Martinville, LA.....Land of Evangeline (paper)

10. Summary of Acadian History, Acadian Odyssey (paper)

11. Grand Pre, Too, Likes Evangeline, Times-Picayune, November 17, 1974

12. Brief History of the Acadians and Their Life in Louisiana (paper)

13. The Golden Dawn [Avery Island, Iberia Parish] (Pamphlet-reprint from Louisiana Conservationist, May-June 1970)

14. The Jungle Gardens of Avery Island [Iberia Parish] (brochure-2 copies)

Folder 2 ACADIAN LIFE AND FOLKWAYS

1. Cajun Focus: Lensman Portrays A Unique Culture [Photojournalist Philip Gould in New Iberia], Times-Picayune, November 6, 1980

2. Bayou People Proud, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976 (2 copies)

3. Pride in Cajun Heritage Reawakens, States-Item, n.d.

4. Warts, Snakebite Cured: Traiteurs An Acadien Mystery [healers], Times-Picayune, July 29, 1979

5. Recapturing a `Lost' Art of the Acadians [weaving], Times-Picayune, July 6, 1975

6. Homespun Acadiana [Acadian Textile Exhibit at Louisiana State Museum, Presbytere, N. O.], Dixie, December 14, 1980

7. Exhibit Weaves Story of Acadian Textiles [Louisiana State Museum, Presbytere, N. O.], Clarion Herald, December 18, 1980

8. La vie Lafourchaise [Festival held in Mathews, Lafourche Parish], Clarion Herald, November 11, 1976

9. Madewood Arts Festival Setting Is Acadian Fair [Napoleonville, Assumption Parish], Times-Picayune, April 28, 1974

10. A Louisiana Phenomenon, Acadian, Creole Folklore Center Tells Another Side of the American Story [Center at Southwestern Louisiana University, Lafayette], Times-Picayune, March 5, 1978 (2 copies)

11. History of Cajuns Traced: Culture Links Two `Evangelines,' [St. Martinville, St. Martin Parish and Grand Pre National Historic Park, Nova Scotia, Canada] States-Item, July 23, 1969

12. Grand Pre, Too, Likes Evangeline [Grand Pre National Historic Park, Nova Scotia, Canada], Times-Picayune, November 17, 1974 (2 copies)

13. Acadian Living--Canadian Acadian, That Is [Acadian Village in New Brunswick, Canada], Dixie, August 7, 1977

14. Fighting the Myths of Cajun Heritage [about Evangeline], Times-Picayune, November 10, 1975

15. Cajuns and their English, Teche News (St. Martinville), February 9, 1978

16. A New. . . Cajun Dialect, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

17. A Journey into Cajun Country [tour of swamps in Lafourche Parish], States-Item, August 23, 1979

18. A Glimpse of Life in South Louisiana [pictures], States-Item, October 15, 1975

19. Still With It. . .A Cajun Family and Dining Out [Don's Seafood House], States-Item, May 11, 1974

20. A Cajun Touch for Bicentennial [story about Captain Henry Billiot and the Sgt. Floyd, a museum piece of a boat, a U. S. Corps of Engineers relic assigned to Bicentennial Public relations chores], States-Item, March 17, 1976

21. The Lafitte Skiff....Born of the Bayou [story about building shrimping boats], unidentified magazine, n.d.

22. La Grande Boucherie: un bon temps [hog butchering festival], Times-Picayune, February 9, 1978

23. The Cajuns' French Revolution, Southern Living, October 1975 (3 copies)

24. Acadian Houses (paper)

25. Allons a Lafayette [Let's Go to Lafayette] (brochure)

26. Acadian Descendants (advertisement for Acadian Genealogy Information)

Folder 3 AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY

1. Mr. Cottonwood comes of age, For paper, ping's the thing [sound high gloss paper makes when thumped with a wooden stick], Clarion Herald, May 10, 1973

2. Pie's a la Mode: Oil Squeeze Tried by South with Cotton [by the Confederate States of America at the outbreak of the Civil War to induce England and France to aid the South in its war against the Union], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. Sugar Cane Industry Has Been Agricultural Mainstay, Audubon Park Site of First Harvest, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

4. Sugar Departs from San Francisco [story about the last time sugar was made at San Francisco Plantation on the River Road between Reserve and Garyville, St. John the Baptist Parish], Dixie, December 8, 1974 (2 copies)

5. Sugar Industry Bitter About Prices [story about small cane farmers going out of business], Clarion Herald, April 26, 1979

6. Rice Milling: Suction, Gravity, and Friction, Clarion Herald, October 4, 1973 (2 copies)

7. Dr. [Seaman] Knapp Left Living Tributes in Area [He was an experimental rice farmer in the Lake Charles area in 1885], Lake Charles American Press, City Centennial Edition, April 23, 1967

8. The Tobacco Grower `Perique' Chenet and the Indians, Times-Picayune, August 17, 1980

9. Research Improves La. Strawberries, Sunday Advocate, April 18, 1987

Folder 4 ARTS AND AUTHORS

1. Old Sketch Books Recall Early N. O. Artist [Franz Joseph Fleischbein], Times-Picayune, April 4, 1976 (3 copies)

2. State's 19th Century Artists [Louis Antoine Collas], Times-Picayune, n.d.

3. Tinker's Prints and Writings Shed Light on Lafcadio Hearn [Edward Larocque Tinker a Louisiana Folklore author and artist], Times-Picayune, August 21, 1977

4. Early Art, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976 (2 copies)

5. Reveling in Early Louisiana Art, States-Item, November 16, 1974

5. A Romantic Classicist [Richard Clague], Dixie, October 27, 1974 (2 copies)

6. Aime Family Portraits Recall Past Plantation Glory [Jacques Amans painted family at Le Petit Versailles Plantation in St. James Parish], Times-Picayune, May 11, 1975

7. Historic New Orleans Collection Given 1875 Hoening Portraits [of Pierre Adolphe Ducros and Agathe Emilie Fernet], Times-Picayune, April 18, 1976

8. New Exhibits Salute Carnival and Battle of New Orleans [at Historic New Orleans Collection], Times-Picayune, February 2, 1975

9. The Revolution Is Aging Well [story about an exhibit of the History of France, "The Age of Revolution: French Painting 1774-1830], Times-Picayune, October 3, 1975

10. Memories, Memories! [Louisiana Art and Artist print exhibition at Tahir Gallery], Dixie, March 25, 1973

11. Louisiana `Naive, Folk Art' Explored in Museum Show; Sculptor Bott Stands Out in Mann Show, Times-Picayune, October 19, 1975

12. Like a Tour of South Louisiana [Paintings by William Stracener and Larry Casso at the Guild Gallery], Impressionist Fascination, Sunday Advocate, October 5, 1975

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BOX 1 Continued

Folder 4 ARTS AND AUTHORS Continued

13. Bayou Lafourche Memories Painted by Housewife-Artist [Mary Anne Pecot de Boisblanc], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. His Crude Art Is Life Itself [Lee Roy Cook in Arcadia, Bienville Parish], Times-Picayune, September 16, 1979

15. Rare Pastie `Silhouettes' Come to New Orleans [art cut and assembled in 1840 by William Henry Brown for the young children of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Vick of Nitta Yuma Plantation, north of Vicksburg, MS], Times-Picayune, October 26, 1975

16. Audubon in Louisiana, Dixie, March 18, 1973

17. John James Audubon Called It `Happyland,' [Felicianas], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. Currier & Ives: American Staple, Times-Picayune, March 7, 1976

19. Warhol Paintings, Silkscreens at Freeman-Anacker Gallery, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. Art Haven, For 50 Years, Artists Have Toiled in a Secluded French Quarter World, New Orleans States-Item, November 4, 1974

21. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Mugnier's Louisiana [George Francois Mugnier], Times-Picayune, September 21, 1975 (2 copies)

22. 1880s-1920s Louisiana Photos by Mugnier at Madame John's, Times-Picayune, November 9, 1975

23. Tulane Gets `Pop' Whitesell's Negatives [2500 glass negatives made in New Orleans by Joseph Woodson Whitesell between 1920s and 1958], Times-Picayune, February 12, 1978

24. It Was Art, It Was Industry, Cemeteries Hold Wealth of Endangered Ironwork, Times-Picayune, October 13, 1974

25. Jewelry--It's a Part of History Too [Mrs. Horst W. Janson, Jewelry historian], Times-Picayune, November 14, 1976

26. The Rep in Retrospect, Dixie, October 12, 1980

27. Deep in Dixie: A Ballerina's Coup de Jambe, Dixie, May 22, 1977

28. History and Lore of Louisiana Reflected in State's Statuary, Louisiana, Jan.-March 1978

29. Louisiana in the Movies, Louisiana, April-June 1977

30. Ruth Stuart's Stories Had "Local Color," Times-Picayune, April 11, 1976

31. Grace King Carved Career As Talented, Sensitive Writer, Times-Picayune, February 1, 1976

32. O. Henry's Stay in Orleans Reflected in Later Stores, Times-Picayune, April 7, 1974

33. He's a Rose by Any Other Name, Times-Picayune, April 1973

34. 624 Pirates' Alley: Faulkner Lived Here, Times-Picayune, March 17, 1974

35. Lafcadio Hearn Intrigued by Exotica of New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

36. Lafcadio Hearn's Grand Isle Still Alive, But Bit Changed, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

37. Real and Unreal Louisiana Stories [ Tales of Old Louisiana, by Thomas J. Carruth of Lafayette and T-Boy the Little Cajun by Jim Elder], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 5 ATCHAFALAYA

1. In St. Mary Parish, Atchafalaya Rules Good Times and Bad, Times-Picayune, January 25, 1976

2. The Atchafalaya Basin...Wet and Wild...or Not?, Daily Star, April 26, 1978

3. 1893 Bearmania Recalled Bears Flourish In Atchafalaya, Sunday Advocate, September 24, 1978

4. Atchafalaya Parish, Dixie, October 26, 1980

5. The Atchafalaya, America's Greatest River Swamp, U. S. Department of the Interior, 1978

6. Atchafalaya Basin, United States Army Corps of Engineers, n.d.

7. Atchafalaya Basin Crisis, Louisiana Conservationist, July-August 1963

8. Saving the Atchafalaya-America's Greatest River Swamp, May 1, 1979, U. S. Dept of the Interior

9. Acquisition of the Atchafalaya Basin-Is There Another Way to Save This Last Great River Swamp?, U. S. Dept. of the Interior

10. Proposal to Establish the Atchafalaya Fish, Wildlife, and Multi-Use Area, U. S. Dept. of the Interior

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Folder 6 BATON ROUGE

1. Red Stick on the River, Times-Picayune, September 9, 1979

2. New Homes Created From Old, Sunday Advocate, February 2, 1975

3. B R History in 1800s Blacksmithery, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Baton Rouge, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. One of Four Remains, BR's Historic Powder Magazines, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. A Sham Castle, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Pie Dufour's a la mode: The `rescue' of James H. Dakin, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. Baton Rouge's Castle on the River, unidentified magazine, n.d. (2 copies)

9. A Learning Program in Louisiana [Louisiana Arts and Science Center], Southern Living, n.d.

10. Baton Rouge, LA., Center of Historical and Recreational Louisiana (brochure-2 copies)

11. Louisiana Capitol Guide (brochure)

12. Plantation Country, Baton Rouge Area (brochure)

13. Baton Rouge Plantation Country (brochure)

14. Baton Rouge, Louisiana's Fastest Growing City (brochure)

Folder 7 CEMETERIES

1. Repose, States-Item, n.d. (2 copies)

2. A Fight to Save the `Cities,' States-Item, May 1, 1975

3. Death, silence, tranquillity, States-Item, June 9, 1977

4. `Unwept, unhonored and unsung,' States-Item, December 25, 1974

5. Gov. Villere's Tomb Restored, Times-Picayune, August 23, 1972

6. Chalmette Cemetery Traces History, Times-Picayune, January 25, 1976

7. Historic Berthoud Cemetery Has Storybook Enchantment, Times-Picayune, January 12, 1975 (3 copies)

8. Pictures of tombstones in the St. Charles Borromeo Church Cemetery in Destrehan, Times-Picayune, January 4, 1975

9. `Kill ole lizard. . .,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Famed `Cities of Dead' Hold Unique Place in N. O. History, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. This is a City of Cemeteries, Figaro, August 27, 1975

12. Dust, Dixie, October 29, 1978 (2 copies)

13. Haunted--by Neglect, Dixie, June 10, 1973

14. Architecture for All Souls, Dixie, October 27, 1974 (2 copies)

15. History Dying at St. Louis, Clarion Herald, February 7, 1974

16. The Sleeping Places of St. Tammany, St. Tammany News-Banner, January 27, 1980

17. The Vigil Lights of Lacombe, The Banner, October 30, 1974 (4 copies)

18. Candlelight Among the Tombs, Centuries-old Ceremony at Lacombe Graveyard, The Banner, October 29, 1975 (4 copies)

19. The Ancient Rite of Candlelight, St. Tammany News-Banner, October 27, 1976

20. All Saints Day in Lacombe-A Tradition-And The Vigil Lights, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. Lacombe Cemeteries Carry on Unique Tradition, unidentified newspaper, n.d. (3 copies)

22. The Day of the Cross, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Creole Priest Wrote Poetry and Lived Among the Choctaws, Times-Picayune, November 23, 1975

24. All Saints Day: A Time to Remember and Honor, Slidell Daily Times, November 1, 1979

25. More Time to Honor, Clarion Herald, November 1, 1973

26. Blessing of Cemeteries Ritual Today in Lacombe [All Saints Day], St. Tammany News-Banner, n.d.

Folder 8 CHURCHES

1. Anniversary Set, 250 Years of Worship [St. Charles Borromeo, Destrehan], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Historic St. Mary's [Assumption] Couldn't Wait Any Longer, Times-Picayune, n.d.

3. St. Mary's [Assumption], Channel Landmark Renewed, Clarion Herald, February 13, 1975

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Folder 8 CHURCHES Continued

4. Like A Miracle [St. Mary's Assumption], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. N. Rampart St. Church Once a Chapel for the Dead [Our Lady of Guadalupe], Times-Picayune, December 5, 1976

6. Picture of Our Lady of Guadalupe (New Orleans Views), unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Old St. Pat's Lively, Well [Designated a National Historic Landmark], Times-Picayune, October 27, 1974

8. Old St. Patrick's Serving New Generations, Times-Picayune, March 19, 1978

9. Aura of Dignity and Reverence Survives at Old St. Patrick's, Times-Picayune, October 22, 1978

10. St. Patrick's Church is Historic Landmark, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. Memories of a Landmark [Immaculate Conception-Jesuit Church], States-Item, October 1, 1978 (2 copies)

12. Twist of Fate Needed for Landmark [St. Joseph's Church on Tulane], Times-Picayune, March 23, 1975

13. Only the Buildings are up for Sale [St. Joseph's Church on Tulane], Clarion Herald, April 3, 1975

14. Followup, St. Joseph's Still in Danger, States-Item, March 16, 1976

15. It Glistens As Never Before, The Jewel of Jackson Square [St. Louis Cathedral], Dixie, April 25, 1976

16. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Another Cathedral Milestone [St. Louis Cathedral], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

17. Old Churches Can Fade Away, Times-Picayune, October 6, 1974

18. Historic New Orleans Churches, Clarion Herald, April 6, 1978

19. Sole Dunker Congregation in State Dates from 1891 [Roanoke, La.], Times-Picayune, January 13, 1974

20. Our Lady of the Lake Legend Explained [Painting by Alex Alaux hanging in the Our Lady of the Lake Church on Lafitte Street in Mandeville], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. The Happy 100th Birthday of a Church [Mandeville Union Protestant Church], unidentified newspaper,

n.d.

22. Father Francis' Name Still Evokes Memories [Lourdes Shrine-Lacombe], Banner, December 18, 1974

23. Grace Memorial Episcopal Church (paper)

24. Old St. Stephen's Is To Be Restored [Innis, Pointe Coupee Parish], Sunday Advocate, October 26, 1975

25. Beginnings of the Church can be traced back to 1700's; 108-year-old Church Restoration Completed, [Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, St. Francisville], Sunday Advocate, October 14, 1979

26. St. John's [Episcopal Church in Thibodaux] Architecture Style Rare, Times-Picayune, January 27, 1975

27. Paincourtville's `Heretical Church' [St. Elizabeth Church on Bayou Lafourche near Donaldsonville], Dixie, November 12, 1972

28. 125 years old, Holy Savior Parish: Americana Lives [Lockport, La.], Clarion Herald, October 2, 1975

29. SVD: Centennial of Service [St. Augustine Seminary, Bay St. Louis, MS] Clarion Herald, September 25, 1975

Folder 9 CIVIL WAR

Newspaper clippings

1. The Siren of Shenandoah, Dixie, September 21, 196_

2. Ghost Stories Become History, Dixie, March 2, 1980

3. Fury on Lafayette Square, Dixie, March 27, 1977

4. Incident in Biloxi Bay, Dixie, November 2, 1975 (2 copies)

5. The General Was Asleep, Dixie, October 15, 1972

6. After a Snowy Night in Georgia, Dixie, December 22, 1974

7. Mule Tray, Dixie, February 8, 1976 (3 copies)

8. Wounded Tiger, Dixie, November 30, 1969

9. The Old General Was Awful Mad [Cassius Marcellus Clay], Dixie, November 9, 1975 (2 copies)

10. The Drinks Were on the Louse, Dixie, December 9, 1973

11. Coal for the Sumter, Dixie, May 14, 1972

12. A Message from Father, Dixie, April 28, 1974 (2 copies)

13. The Gold Brick Navy, Dixie, February 25, 1973

14. Confederate Gen. Braxton, Dixie, December 2, 1973

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BOX 1 Continued

Folder 9 CIVIL WAR Continued

15. `Greenie' General Served in Civil War, Times-Picayune, February 15, 1976

16. Gen. Banks' Men Looted Louisiana; Ben Butler's Men Pikers Compared to Banks', Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

17. It's As New Orleans As Jefferson Davis [pictures of statue of Jefferson Davis], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. Yankee Attack on Orleans Left Mark During Civil War, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Ten Flags in the Wind: War Brings Hardships, Chapter 15, Part 1 by Charles L. Dufour, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. Writer Revisits Civil War Sites, unidentified newspaper, n.d. (2 copies)

21. Quiet Shiloh Battlefield Evokes Memories of Bloody Conflict, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. When the Civil War Came to the Bayous, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Camp Moore Played Important Role in War, Daily Star, n.d.

24. Curator Details History of Camp Moore, Sunday Advocate, April 16, 1978

25. Bloody Tangipahoa [List of men in Co. I, 9th La. "Washington Rifles"], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

26. Historic Port Hudson Won't Be Forgotten, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

27. Hoops, Hoopla Not Gone With Wind in Miss., Times-Picayune, March 23, 1975

Magazine articles and brochures

28. The Gatling Gun, unidentified magazine, n.d.

29. "The Damned Rascal," Benjamin Butler in New Orleans, Civil War Times Illustrated, n.d.

30. Fort of Farragut's Legacy [Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island], Southern Living, n.d.

31. The Civil War in the Valley of History (brochure)

32. Petersburg National Military Park Virginia (brochure)

33. Virginia Civil War Centennial, 1961-1965 (brochure)

34. Louisiana Civil War Centennial, 1861-1961 (brochure)

35. Vicksburg National Military Park Mississippi (brochure)

36. Beauregard House, New Orleans, Louisiana (brochure)

Folder 10 CRIME AND CRIMINALS

1. The Kiss of Death [Story of the Sicilian Bandit who brought the Mafia to America, killing of Police Chief David C. Hennessey], New Orleans, May 1961

2. Largest Mass Murder Took Place in N. O. [Lynching of 11 Italian-American men suspected of killing Chief David C. Hennessy], Times-Picayune, February 6, 1977

3. Organized Crime, Mafia `Myth' Had 19th Century N. O. Roots, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Black Hand Kidnap-slaying [Lamana], unidentified newspaper, n.d. (xerox copy)

5. Lawless Legends Linger Over Honey Island [between the East and West Pearl Rivers], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 11 DUELING

1. Pistols for two, coffee for one, States-Item, October 20, 1977

2. Dueling under the oaks of Mandeville--talk of town, St. Tammany News-Banner, April 7, 1976 (2 copies)

3. The Days of Dueling, New Orleans, July

Folder 12 EDUCATION

1. Irish Missionaries in N. O. Founded Teaching Community [Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St. Mary], Times-Picayune, March 14, 1976

2. Catholic Education in State Marks 250th Anniversary, Times-Picayune, April 21, 1974

3. Growth of Catholic Schools in La. a Story of Courage, Times-Picayune, n.d.

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Folder 12 EDUCATION Continued

4. At Old St. Mary's Academy, Young Lady Stepped Off Coach into `Forest' Uptown in 1865, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Picture Out Of Our Past: Orleans Ballroom taken in the mid-1890s and appeared on the cover of the catalog of St. Mary's Academy in 1895; (On Back) Picture Out Of Our Past: 900 Block of Canal Street in early 1920s, unidentified newspaper, n.d. 5. New Hope for Hope Haven, States-Item, January 29, 1975

6. Bicentennial: Ursuline Nun: Inheritor of N. O. Tradition, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. The Ursulines' Now and Then, Dixie, April 24, 1977

8. Hope Haven Boys' Home Celebrating Its 50th Anniversary, Times-Picayune, November 23, 1975

9. Huey Long Out-Orated, When Newcomb Won a War of Words, Times-Picayune, June 12, 1977

10. Bicentennial: A Lesson in N. O. Education, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

11. N. O. Higher Education: An Old and New Story, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. Campus Collage, N. O. colleges are a conglomeration of architectural styles and designs, yet each retains a unique identify, Parts I & II, States-Item, September 18 & 19, 1974

13. Infant City Stresses Education, Schools Nearly as Old as N. O., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. New Orleans Public Schools--A Look Back, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

15. The [William Tecumseh] Sherman of LSU, Dixie, October 22, 1978

16. SLU: A 1920s Dream to 6,400 Students, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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BOX 2

Folder 1 ETHNIC GROUPS

1. Irish Names in N. O. Politics Reflect Ethnic Heritage, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. 140 Years of History for Yugoslavs in Louisiana, States-Item, April 15, 1974 (2 copies)

3. Slavs Fled Ill Economy, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976 2 copies)

4. Avenged LaSalle, German Impact Begun by Hiens, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Earliest German Ochsners Worked as Herders of Oxen, Times-Picayune, January 22, 1978

6. A Creole Family Tree, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Tradition Is Losing Its Hold on Creole of Color Community, Times-Picayune, August 14, 1977

8. Los Islenos, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

9. The Islanos, A fight for survival of a culture on Delacroix Island, States-Item, July 19, 1979

10. Descendants of Canary Islanders in South Louisiana, Isleños, unidentified publication, February 1981

11. Italians New Orleans Style, Dixie, March 19, 1978

12. America We Discovered It, We Named It, We Helped Build it, Italian-American Digest, Autumn 1979

13. The Negro Heritage and Green Power, New Orleans, June

14. Americans: Their Influence On French-Owned N. O. Shown in Quarter's Hermann-Grima House, Times-Picayune/State-Item, November 22, 1980

15. Archaeologists Dig Up The Anglos' Dirt, Times-Picayune, October 26, 1980

Folder 2 EXPLORERS

1. First Indians, then DeSoto, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

2. Bienville Explored N. O. Site Earlier, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976 (2 copies)

3. `Bienville Aide' Recalls Spring Beauty of Crescent Site, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

4. D'Iberville `Lands' at Ocean Springs, Times-Picayune, April 17, 1976

5. Reenactment of d'Iberville's Landing Will Be Conducted, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. The Scribe of Bayou Castine [Andre Penicaut-one of Iberville's men], Banner, November 17, 1974

7. Historic Iberville, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. De Soto Found Mississippi River, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

9. La Salle's Path to Be Retraced, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Deep in Dixie: The Missing of the Mississippi [La Salle], Dixie, August 15, 1976

11. The Left Hand of Columbus, St. Tammany News, October 17, 1973

Folder 3 FLAGS

1. History Reveals Nine Flags for Area, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Ten Flags (brochure-2 copies)

3. The Ten Flags of Louisiana; [on back] Pie's a la Mode: Dose of La. History for Bowl Fan Visitors, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. U. S. Flags Rally Founding Fathers, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

5. Hibernia National Bank's Bicentennial Commemorative, Building Toward Tomorrow on the Heritage of Yesterday [Flags] (brochure)

Folder 4 FOOD AND COFFEE

1. Waiters Remember Antoine's Famous Diners, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1976 (2 copies)

2. Savoring a Flavor of the Past [Odenwald and Gros, Ltd., a combination cigar store and soda fountain, New Orleans], Times-Picayune, April 5, 1981

3. La Dolce Vita in le Vieux Carre [Angelo Brocato's Italian Ice Cream Parlor, 617 Ursulines], Times-Picayune, October 5, 1975

4. Recipe for a `Bite of History': Sugar, Pecans, Water and Butter; Pralines: A Story Flavored with History, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1976

5. Red Hots In Pinch (Part 1), States-Item, April 25, 1975

6. La.'s hot sauces earning burning name worldwide (Part 2), States-Item, April 28, 1975

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 4 FOOD AND COFFEE

7. You Thought Grandmother Was an Old-Fashioned Cook!, Sunday Advocate, November 16, 1975

8. Culinary History: When Sam Built his Kitchen in 1831, it had it all [Samuel Hermann-Grima house at 820 St. Louis Street], States-Item, January 5, 1978

9. The Oyster: Dining in the Raw for Gourmets, States-Item, August 28, 1975

10. First You Make a Roux [story about cooking schools in New Orleans], Dixie, October 12, 1978

11. What's For Christmas? [recipes], Dixie, December 21, 1980

12. Point[e] Coupee Specialty [pecan], Dixie, February 17, 1974

13. Beignets, Anyone? [Cafe du Monde, New Orleans], Dixie, July 8, 1973

14. Beignet Man [Antoine Noel], Dixie, December 12, 1976

15. The King Cake...New Orleans Tradition Takes a Variety of Shapes, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. Coffee...Nectar of the Bean, States-Item, February 6, 1975

17. `The Roast of the Town' [coffee], Dixie, October 5, 1980

18. Chicory Coffee Is Classic, Southern Living, April 1970

19. A Little Bit of N. O. Soul Wrapped in Morning Call [Coffee Stand], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. The Last Call [the closing of the Morning Call Coffee Stand], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 5 FORTS

1. Plaquemines Parish Fort Jackson, (booklet-2 copies)

2. Kids Play at Restored Fort Jackson While Fort St. Philip Lies Abandoned [Plaquemines Parish], Times-Picayune, April 20, 1975 (4 copies)

3. Fort Proctor: Abandoned to the Marsh [Plaquemines Parish], Times-Picayune, December 28, 1975

4. Fort de la Boulaye to Live Anew, Page of History Found in Rotting Log [Plaquemines Parish], States-Item, November 9, 1972

5. Long-silent fort named historic place [Fort Livingston in Jefferson Parish], States-Item, November 1, 1974 (2 copies)

6. A Piece of History Crumbling Away [Camp Parapet-Jefferson Parish], States-Item, March 25, 1975

7. Besieged by Times [Fort Macomb-Orleans Parish], Dixie, October 14, 1973 (6 copies)

8. Fort Macomb [Orleans Parish] Will it finally rise from the dead?, States-Item, August 19, 1974

9. Gravediggers at Fort St. John [Spanish Fort-Orleans Parish], Dixie, October 31, 1976

10. Pensacola's Fort a Guardian Still, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

11. `Old Spanish Fort' [Pascagoula, Mississippi] Getting Attention, Times-Picayune, November 20, 1977

12. Visitors Roam Fort Morgan Where Cannonball Once Fell [located on Mobile Point, a narrow sandspit of land with the Gulf of Mexico on one side and Mobile Bay on the other], Times-Picayune, October 19, 1975 (2 copies)

13. Unearthing Fort Toulouse [Montgomery, Alabama], Southern Living, May 1978

Folder 6 GOVERNORS

1. High Society's Manners Arrived with Marquis [de Vaudreuil, Bienville's replacement as Governor], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Bicentennial: First La. Governor Unsung but Talented [William C. C. Claiborne], Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

3. [Pinckney Benton Stewart, P. B. S.] Pinchback: Cabin Boy to Governor, States-Item, n.d.

4. Deep in Dixie: No Smoke, No Peace [Gov. Cadillac], Dixie, October 5, 1975

5. Jimmie Davis Restores Old Mansion Room, Sunday Advocate, January 19, 1975

6. The House of Long: Uncle Earl, Courier, December 1975?

7. `Edifice Complex'--Another Imperial Governor's Trait, Times-Picayune, n.d.

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 7 HISTORY

1. Portrait of the Bicentennial's `Invisible Man' [Oliver Pollock-largest individual financial contributor to the American fight for independence], Dixie, December 14, 1975

2. Tea Firm Was Never Paid for Boston Loss; Franklin: Renaissance Man but All American, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

3. Champlain Learns Indian Way of Life, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Old Hickory Was Happy as Farmer, Times-Picayune, January 26, 1975

5. President Wilson Signs State of War Paper Against Kaiser; Picture: Crowds wait in 700 block of Ryan for 1918 parade, unidentified newspaper, n.d.unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. PIE'S A LA MODE: First World War--It Was Watershed, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Your French Heritage: Colony Falls Upon Hard Times, Advertiser (Lafayette, La.), October 22, 1972

8. Suppose You Were a Louisiana Settler...1718, Banner, July 23, 1975 (4 copies)

9. New Orleans Historic Collection Acquires Treasure Trove of Documents: The Laussat Collection, Dixie, December 7, 1975

10. Deep in Dixie: The Finagling Financeer [John Law], Dixie, November 13, 1977

11. John Law's Bubble: bigger...bigger and then BUST!, unidentified magazine, n.d.

12. French Heritage: John Law Controls, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Story of St. Denis Weaves Historic and Romantic Into Thrilling Tale of Long Ago (2-page paper)

14. Turkey-Stuffed History Fans Can Digest While Guessing, Times-Picayune, December 25, 1977

15. Louisiana Purchase: `Greatest Bargain,' Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

16. Louisiana Purchase Is Recalled, Times-Picayune, April 18, 1968

17. Louisiana 173 Years Ago: Mosquitoes, Ice and a Quick Sale, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. State `deed' old, stained, still legible [Louisiana Purchase], Times-Picayune, August 2, 1981

19. PIE'S A LA MODE: Exhibit Is Reminder of Ties to Canada [Louisiana exhibit in Montreal Subway at the Place des Arts Station], Times-Picayune, September 3, 1976

20. Pie's a la Mode: Gretna Statue Recalls Extraordinary Deal, Times-Picayune, December 7, 1975

21. Pie's a la Mode: Memories of 1923 Are Still Fresh, Times-Picayune, October 28, 1973

22. Remoulade: Victim Recalls 1927 Cloudburst, Flood, Times-Picayune, n.d. (2 copies)

23. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Coastal Commemorative [West Florida Revolution], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

24. `West Florida' Flag-Raising Is Recalled at Pass Christian [Republic of West Florida], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

25. Louisiana Heritage: Part II, Morning Advocate, April 19, 1977

26. Land Use In Louisiana Started at 25 Cents An Acre, Pointe Coupee Banner, December 18, 1975

27. Pie's a la Mode: Dose of La. history for Bowl Fan Visitors, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

28. Gay Sword for France [John de Grondel], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

29. Pie's a la Mode: Tocqueville Made Amazing Analysis [ Democracy in America], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

30. Social Scene: Back to 1812 [Battle of New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

31. UNO Professor Compiles, Studies La. Place Names, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

32. Remoulade: Louisiana Role in the Creation, Times-Picayune, May 16, 1976

39. Summary of the Le Page du Pratz' book The History of Louisiana or of The Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina: Containing a Description of the Countries That Lie on Both Sides of the River Mississippi: With an Account of the Settlements, Inhabitants, Soil, Climate, and Products, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

40. Deep in Dixie: Gold Rush From New Orleans, Dixie, May 24, 1970

41. Deep in Dixie: Flying Comes to New Orleans [Louis Paulhan, French aviator flew Feb. 6, 1910], Dixie, August 18, 1974

42. St. Tammany-It's had 13 Kings, One Queen and Flown 9 Flags, Banner, September 14, 1975

43. The Scribe of Bayou Castine [Andre Penicaut-one of Iberville's men], Banner, November 17, 1974

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 7 HISTORY Continued

44. Faded Pages of Past Reveal Life Like It Was `In Good ole Days' [advertisement booklet for Covington, La.], Banner, September 29, 1974

45. Complicated Inflation, 6 Types of Colonial Coin Circulated in Louisiana, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

46. Historic Origins, Pass Manchac historic marker, Daily Star, n.d.

47. Old Letters Reveal History of Manchac [ The Merchant of Manchac: The Letters of John Fitzpatrick, 1768-90], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

48. The Brother [story of the brother of John Wilkes Booth, Edwin, saving Abraham Lincoln's son, Robert, in 1864], Dixie, February 8, 1976

49. 2,000 Volumes of History [Orleans Parish recorder of mortgages], Dixie, April 15

50. Bicentennial Almanac of La., Times-Picayune, March 14, 1976

51. Pie's a la Mode: ...And That's How It Was Back in 1776, Times-Picayune, November 10, 1974

52. Galvez Document Acquired by Historic N. O. Collection, Times-Picayune, July 28, 1974

53. Galvez Ousts British from Miss. Valley, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

54. Rebels Against Spanish Rule, N. O. Revolt: America's First, Times-Picayune, January 25, 1976

55. Pie Dufour's a la Mode: In Galvez' Memory, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

56. Pie's a la Mode: Louisiana Secret Gift from France to Spain, Times-Picayune, October 9, 1977

57. The Revolution of 1768, Courier, September 26-October 2, 1974

58. UNO Presents: `Galvez'--New Orleans Own Bicentennial Movie, Dixie, February 8, 1976

59. Deep in Dixie: The Governor's Surprise, Dixie, November 26, 1967

60. The Gulf Was a Nazi Hunting Ground, Dixie, April 2, 1976

Folder 8 HOLIDAYS AND FESTIVALS

1. The Deuce with the Bicentennial [$2 bill with John Trumbull painting of The Signing of the Declaration of Independence], Dixie, March 28, 1976

2. The Post of Christmas Past [Christmas Post Cards], Dixie, December 12, 1976

3. On Comet! On Cupid!----On Bike? [Christmas cards with Santa on different modes of transportation], Dixie, December 11, 1977

4. Tradiciones Festivas-Unique Holiday Traditions [picture of bonfire on river], unidentified magazine, n.d.

5. Torches of Tradition Burn Brightly, States-Item, December 30, 1975

6. Old Home Recalls Christmases Past [1113 Chartres St., home of Conf. Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard], Times-Picayune, December 25, 1977

7. Christmas in Old New Orleans, Pointe Coupee Banner, December 18, 1975

8. Christmas in Louisiana is Season of Unique, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

9. St. Joseph Altar [St. James Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. St. Joseph's Altars--Offerings In Gratitude, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. Vive Le Tournoi! [tournament], Gazette (Ville Platte, La.), October 9, 1975

12. Circus Ahoy!, Dixie, July 10, 1977

13. Tales to Tell on Halloween, Times-Picayune, October 28, 1979

14. What's Doing in Louisiana, New York Times, February 13, 1977

15. Festival Country, Dixie, September 29, 1974

16. Shucks! Another Festival [Oyster Day Festival, Amite, La.], Dixie, March 4, 1979

Folder 9 HOMES

1. The Columns: Faded Opulence [3811 St. Charles Avenue, N. O.] Times-Picayune, March 30, 1975

2. Late Victorian Mansion Sits Silently Awaiting Its Fate [1508 St. Charles, N. O.], Times-Picayune, 1974?

3. Historic Homes; Louisiana's Story, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

4. Yesterday Lives at the Barrett House [705 Pelican Avenue in Old Algiers], Times-Picayune, October 10, 1976 (2 copies)

5. The Clann House May Soon Be Gone [1572 N. Broad St., N. O., Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 9 HOMES Continued

6. 2 Classic Style Houses Destroyed as Urban Conservation Talks Continue [1625 & 1631 Josephine St., New Orleans, Times-Picayune, September 29, 1974

7. Pool For Broader Restoration Here? [Money Pool, Inc. may be answer to restoration and remodeling of several Lower Garden District properties], Times-Picayune, February 6, 1977

8. Past Is Perfectly Preserved in `Half-Hidden' 1850 House [523 St. Ann St., N. O.], Times-Picayune, October 7, 1973 (2 copies)

9. Many Historic Residences Are Unmarked, Go Unnoticed, Times-Picayune, January 13, 1974 (2 copies)

10. F. Scott Fitzgerald Once Stayed at House On Prytania, Times-Picayune, June 30, 1974

11. Presenting 2 More Fine, Historic Houses in Treme [1201-07 Gov. Nichols & 1220-22 St. Claude], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. Audubon Place--And Other Private Streets, Figaro, March 6, 1974

13. [Confederate Gen. John Bell] Hood Knew Triumph, Tragedy In His House on [N. O., 1206] Third Street, Times-Picayune, November 10, 1974

14. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Bicentennial boo-boos, States-Item, n.d.

15. Hermann-Grima House Has Only Restored Quarter Stable, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. Hermann-Grima House, 820 St. Louis St., N. O., unidentified publication, n.d.

17. Pie Dufour's a la mode: What's a Bamboula [party for Mayor James Pitot house], States-Item, n.d.

18. Pitot House, 1370 Moss Street, Plantation Cookbook, n.d.

19. Past Present, Today's Living [Pitot House, 1440 Moss St., N. O.], Dixie, December 16, 1973

20. The Past Lives On on Bayou St. John [Casa Solariega, historic home], Dixie, September 26, 1976

21. 1880s-1920s Louisiana Photos by Mugnier at Madame John's, Times-Picayune, November 9, 1975

22. Legislators Preview Mme. John's [632 Dumaine St., N. O., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Madame John's: Elegantly Aged, unidentified newspaper, 1976?

24. Faubourg Marigny Has Charm All Its Own, Area Has History, Hope for Future, unidentified newspaper, 25. Esplanade House of Memories [905 Esplanade Ave., N. O., once home of William Charles Cole [W.C.C.] Claiborne, first American governor of Louisiana], Dixie, November 3, 1974 (2 copies)

26. Gallier House, 1132 Royal Street, Plantation Cookbook, n.d.

27. Beauregard House, 1113 Chartres St., N. O., Plantation Cookbook, n.d.

28. Toby-Westfeldt House, 2340 Prytania Street, N. O., Plantation Cookbook, n.d.

29. La Mothe House, 621 Esplanade Avenue, N. O., Plantation Cookbook, n.d.

30. Discovery on Jackson Avenue [Manuel Goldsmith home built in 1860], Dixie, March 4, 1979

31. Scenic Encounters [homes on the River Road], States-Item, January 5, 1976

32. `Steamboat Round the Bend!'...On Egania Street, In Fact, Times-Picayune, January 5, 1975

33. Where the Music Lingers On [2504 Prytania St.-quarters of the Women's Guild of the New Orleans Opera House Association and at one time the residence of the late Dr. and Mrs. Herman B. DeBachelle Seebold], Dixie, March 9, 1975

34. Classic & Rustic [Gerald Pelias Home, 4700 Folse Dr., N. O.], Dixie, February 2, 1975

35. Solid Comfort with the Past Present [Garden District Mansion], Dixie, October 20, 1974

36. Jefferson House, Covington, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

37. It was Home to Half-a-Hundred Cats [now antique shop of Mrs. Elizabeth LaFrance in Covington], Dixie, April 9, 1978

38. New Proposed [Covington] By-Pass, Four Lanes to Folly, St. Tammany News, September 26, 1973

39. The House That Jacques Built, St. Tammany News, February 11, 1976

40. Natchitoches Event to Feature Tour of Historic Homes, Sites [Cane River country], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

41. Silent Reminder of Civil War, Longwood [Natchez, Mississippi]-the unfinished mansion, States-Item, April 4, 1975

42. Audubon Pilgrimage Will Begin Friday; Historic Natchez Homes Open To Visitors March 6-April 4,

Sunday Advocate

, March 7, 1976

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 10 HOSPITALS, DOCTORS, DISEASES, AND MEDICINE

1. How Sister Stanislaus Nursed Hospital Into the Modern Era [Charity Hospital], Times-Picayune, April 4, 1976

2. Wrecker's Ball Smashing Landmark [Hotel Dieu], Times-Picayune, November 25, 1973

3. The Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul 150th Anniversary, Dixie, January 18, 1981

4. Turning Over a New Leaf, History of Tour Infirmary, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Picture Out Of Our Past: Predominantly black-operated hospital in the state the Flint Goodridge Hospital of Dillard University, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. A Special Kind of Haven [Carville Leprosy Hospital], Dixie, October 7, 1973

7. Carville Destroying the Stereotypes of the Past, States-Item, February 16, 1976

8. The Old Days At Carville (paper)

9. John Ochsner, The New Orleans Heart Surgeon and Successor to the Medical Legend of Alton Ochsner, Sr., Dixie, July 5, 1981

10. Deep in Dixie: Physician Who Healed Himself [George H. Tichenor], Dixie, October 13, 1974

11. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Yellow Fever History, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. Fever Led to Naval War, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Many Died in Orleans Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1853, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

14. City's Greatest Foe Was Yellow Fever, States-Item, June 6, 1977

15. If They Had Their Way, We'd Be a Ghost Town [Mosquito], Dixie, March 19, 1976

16. Deep in Dixie: Struck in Mid-Ocean by Cholera, Dixie, August 24, 1975

Folder 11 HURRICANES

1. Eyes of Fury, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Day After Hurricane Audrey Reveals Cameron Death Toll, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. Scenes of Ravaged St. Bernard, Plaquemines [Hurricane Betsy], Times-Picayune, September 13, 1965

4. Betsy: She's Still an Unforgettable Lady, Times-Picayune, September 7, 1975 (3 copies)

5. The Grim Reaper of 1965 [Hurricane Betsy], States-Item, n.d. (3 copies)

6. `It (Betsy) Scared the Life Out of Me...Grandfathers' House Roof Caved In,' Times-Picayune, September 11, 1975

7. A Decade After Betsy, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. Wind, Water, Waiting Mark the Hours Before the Store, Times-Picayune, September 8, 1974

9. Picture Out Of Our Past: Sternwheeler Omaha on a Dry Dock that was blown across the Mississippi River during a hurricane that hit September 29, 1915, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Grim Memory of 1856 Hurricane, Destruction of Isle Lingers On [Isle Derniere], Times-Picayune, September 28, 1975 (2 copies)

11. Four Boys Take Trip Into Past On Storm-Torn `Last Island' [Isle Derniere], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 12 INDIANS

1. Indian Artifacts 2,500 Years Old Found In Louisiana [Bayou Jasmine in St. John the Baptist Parish between New Orleans and Baton Rouge], Era-Leader, October 30, 1975

2. North Shore Has Traces of Choctaws [Bayou Jasmin in St. John the Baptist Parish], Daily Star Fun Guide, January 22, 1976

3. Unique View of Prehistoric Indians Seen at Bayou Jasmine Excavation [Shell Bank Bayou in St. John the Baptist Parish near the Pass Manchac high rise bridge of U. S. 51-Tchefuncte period (525 B.C. to 238 A.D. and may go back to the Poverty Point period], Times-Picayune, September 1, 1975

4. Indians Found This Area `a Nice Place to Live' [Eastern New Orleans-Tchefuncte period], Times- Picayune, November 25, 1979

5. Shell Mounds Reveal `Poetry' [Jean Lafitte National Historical Park-Tchefuncte period], Times-Picayune, December 7, 1980

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 12 INDIANS Continued

6. La. Amateur Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Indian Culture [Bayou Barataria], Times-Picayune, October 10, 1976

7. Digging into the Past of St. Charles Parish, Dixie, September 17, 1978

8. La. Indians' Land Is Being Reclaimed By Nature [Lake Cataouatchie-Coles Creek culture from about 800 to 1100], Times-Picayune, October 26, 1980

9. American Dream Eludes Continent's First Peoples [Federally recognized tribes in Louisiana on reservations--the Chitimachas, a band of about 250 near Charenton in St. Mary Parish-and the Coushattas, about 500 Indians located near Elton in Allen Parish], Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

10. Louisiana Indian Tribes Fighting for U. S. Recognition [Houma, Clifton Choctaws, Choctaw-Apaches, Jena Choctaw, Tunica-Biloxi]; Louisiana Indian Tribesmen Mean Business [Chitimacha and Coushatta tribes], Times-Picayune, January 6, 1980

11. Houma and Tunica Face Toughest Recognition Fight, Sunday Advocate, October 7, 1973

12. Louisiana's Only Surviving Indian Tribe [Chitimacha tribe near Charenton in St. Mary Parish], Banner, December 7, 1975 (3 copies)

13. Legends Keep Culture of Chitimacha Alive, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. Picture: Louisiana Basket Case [Chitimacha Princess Basket at Louisiana State Museum], Lagniappe, October 23-29, 1976

15. The Hair Raising Times in St. Tammany, St. Tammany News-Banner, September 8, 1976

16. Indians Make Their Presence Known in Louisiana, Sunday Advocate, September 16, 1973

17. Indian Tribe's Recognition Expected During Bicentennial [Tunica-Biloxi], Times-Picayune, January 18, 1976

18. Tunica Indians' Village Discovered, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Saving Their Heritage [Indian Tribes-Winnebago, Navajo, Ponca, Oneida, and Mescalero Apache], States-Item, February 8, 1974

20. The Houma Indians [In Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes], Dixie, January 4, 1970

21. Creole Priest Wrote Poetry and Survived Among the Choctaws [Father Adrien Rouquette at Lacombe], Times-Picayune, November 23, 1975

22. Couple Recalls Choctaw Heritage [Mr. and Mrs. Samville Johnson just outside Lacombe on Pontchartrain Drive], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Mathilde Johnson, Last full-blooded Choctaw in Lacombe, unidentified, n.d.

24. Neglect Peaceful Louisiana Indian [unrecognized Indian tribes in Louisiana-Tunicas in Avoyelles Parish near Marksville, Choctaws in Lasalle Parish, Houmas in Terrebonne Parish, and Biloxis], unidentified newspaper, n.d. [on back of previous article]

25. The Changing Choctaws [Choctaw Indian Fair at the Pearl River Indian Community eight miles west of Philadelphia, MS], Dixie, September 30, 1973

26. Earthen Mounds Relate Story of First Mississippi Settlers, Indian History Goes Back 20,000 Years, Times-Picayune, n.d.

27. Culture of Natchez Indians Lives on in Preserved Site, Times-Picayune, August 22, 1976

28. UNO's Louisiana Indian Exhibit Focuses on the Tchefuncte, unidentified newspaper, n.d. [1975 or 1976]

29. Revolution Cards Were Stacked Against Indians [revolutionary war], Times-Picayune, November 12, 1975

30. As Indians Were Moved to the West [Summary of The Trail of Tears, by Gloria Jahoda], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

31. 1790 U. S. Indian Pact `Authentic' [Found in U. S. Supreme Court Archives], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

32. Deep in Dixie: No Smoke, No Peace, Dixie, October 5, 1975 (2 copies)

33. Deep in Dixie: A Hatchet of Wood [Attack on Ft. Rosalie], Dixie, n.d. (2 copies)

34. Deep in Dixie: Mayans Seek Their Promised Land, Dixie, June 6, 1976

35. Deep in Dixie: It Wasn't His Funeral [Etteacteal fled to New Orleans about 1740 and became a hunter for Bienville so he wouldn't be killed when his wife died], Dixie, November 12, 1972

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BOX 2 Continued

Folder 12 INDIANS Continued

36. Deep in Dixie: Indian Justice [Chief Tinhiouen saved Francois Morvant, a young Frenchman, who had been convicted of murder in a Natchitoches courtroom], Dixie, November 25, 1973

37. Deep in Dixie: "Colonel Push and the Prophesies" [Pushmataha and Tecumseh], Dixie, August 17, 1975

38. Louisiana Museum of Ancient Indian Culture, Cassidy Park Development Commission, Southeast Archaeological Society, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 1972 (2 copies)

Folder 13 JAZZ

1. Tears for a Trumpet Man Whose Life Was a Song, Birthplace of Jazz Wails a Farewell for `De De' [Joseph LaCroix Pierce], Times-Picayune, November 27, 1973

2. A Short History of Jazz, Figaro, August 27, 1975

3. Bicentennial: Jazz--Source of Shame, Pride, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

4. They Came to Say Goodbye [Pictures and poem for George Lewis funeral is a reprise of the award-winning feature page of January 9, 1969], Clarion Herald, n.d.

5. Forum For Funk [Tipitina's, an uptown club with continuous live local music and a stuffed alligator on top of the cash register, at corner of Napoleon and Tchoupitoulas], Dixie, May 22, 1977

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BOX 3

Folder 1 JEFFERSON PARISH

1. Metairie Can Boast, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

2. The Old...and New, Jeff's new prison is a success on the drawing board but the big question--when will construction begin?, States-Item, August 20, 1974

3. Jeff From Shore to Shore, States-Item, March 10, 1975

4. Orleans Swallowed Jefferson Parish Bit by Bit [Annexation of city of Lafayette, Jefferson City, City of Carrollton to Orleans Parish], States-Item, June 6, 1977

5. Jefferson Scrapbook: How These Hands Have Worked [Arthur Rigaud, Grand Isle]; Heebe's Bakery: Memories of Bread, Floods, Politics [George Heebe, Sr.], States-Item, February 3, 1975

6. Jefferson Scrapbook-Part V, States-Item, February 7, 1975

7. And didja know... [Jefferson Parish boasts he world's longest railroad bridge?, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. Saving the Jeff Oaks [Waggaman Plantation becomes Thomas Jefferson Park], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

9. From a Fear of Gambling--Harahan [was incorporated], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. The Other Jefferson Parish, Dixie, February 2, 1975 (3 copies)

11. Legal Gambling All That Survives, unidentified newspaper, February 5, 1975

12. Clinging to the past in Bucktown, States-Item, February 18, 1980

13. Bucktown at Bay, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. The `Dice Dealer' Spins His Yarns About Jefferson [Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 2 LONG, HUEY P.

1. 200 Faint As Long Is Buried, New Orleans Item, September 12, 1935

2. The Fall of a Dynasty, States-Item, August 30, 1974

3. If Huey Should Come Back, What Would He Find?, States-Item, April 15, 1975 (3 copies)

4. President Roosevelt Viewed Huey Long as `dangerous,' St. Tammany News, June 18, 1975

5. The Tribal House of Long, Part II: The Assassination of Huey Long, Courier, December 4-10, 1975

6. The House That Huey Built [governor's mansion], Dixie, December 11, 1977 (2 copies)

7. N. O. Family Captures LA. Kingfish's Castle [two-story Spanish revival former home of Huey P. Long at 14 Audubon Blvd. in uptown New Orleans], States-Item, October 19, 1979

8. Politics and the Depression, Huey Long and the political machine he built were dominant factors during the 1930s, a time when Long's moves were watched with as much fervor as the plummeting economy, States-Item, November 2, 1979

9. The `Imperial Governorship--Legacy of Huey P. Long, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Tom Sawyer in a Toga [Huey P. Long], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 3 MEN

1. Empty Tomb Echoes Spirit of Philanthropist McDonogh, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Picture Out Of Our Past: School children putting flowers on statue of John McDonogh in 1906, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. Lafon Left $600,000 to Charity, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Pie's a la Mode: Gen. Robert E. Lee Was Much Praised, Times-Picayune, January 18, 1976

5. [Confederate Gen. John Bell] Hood Knew Triumph, Tragedy In His House on [N. O., 1206] Third Street, Times-Picayune, November 10, 1974 (2 copies)

6. Some of Tut Story at UNO [Judge Pierre Crabites rendered a dispute between Howard Carter, the English archeologist who discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, and the Egyptian Department of Public Works], Times-Picayune, September 18, 1977

7. Young Walt Whitman Served Time as Newsman in N. O., Times-Picayune, January 19, 1975

8. Francis C. Grevemberg Another Name for Honesty, Ex-State Police Leader Looks at Crime Today, Times-Picayune, June 9, 1974

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BOX 3 Continued

Folder 3 MEN Continued

9. Jefferson Island Named for 19th Century Actor and Painter [Joseph Jefferson], Times-Picayune,September 26, 1976

10. Burr and His `Intrigues,' Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

11. Ol' Zachary [Taylor] Still Puzzles, States-Item, December 9, 1976

12. Man of The States-Item Century [Dr. Rudolph Matas], States-Item, June 6, 1977

13. The Editors, Colorful, Controversial, Talented Men Lead Paper [Dominick O'Malley and George

Washington Dupre], States-Item, Jun 6, 1977

14. Why Had the Disreputable Old Beggar Bequeathed His Map to his Father . . .? [story about buried treasure hunting], Banner, December 4, 1974

15. Bitter-sweet dreams and Broken Hearts, St. Tammany News-Banner, May 2, 1976

16. Father Francis' name still evokes memories [story about Father Raymond (Francis) Balay and Lourdes Shrine in Lacombe], Banner, December 18, 1974

17. The Greatest Creole of Them All [Bernard de Marigny], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. The Man Who Was Mandeville--Marigny, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Pie Dufour's a la mode: L'Athenee Louisianais' Centennial [French literary organization], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. Young Abe Lincoln Paid N. O. a Flatboatman' Visit--Twice, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. Belated Tribute Given Hero Who Opened Gate to the West [Meriwether Lewis-senior commander of the Lewis and Clark Expedition], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. Daring d'Aquin: Life From a Different Angle [newspaper photojournalist in N.O.], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. The Centennial's `Invisible Man' [Oliver Pollock-the largest single financial contributor to the American Revolution], Dixie, December 14, 1975

24. The [William Tecumseh] Sherman of LSU, Dixie, October 22, 1978

25. The Bowie Knife and the Sandbar Duel, Dixie, February 15, 1976

26. The End of Exile [story about Dr. Francesco Antommarchi, personal physician and the maker of the death mask of Napoleon Bonaparte], Dixie, November 7, 1976

27. Alvin Callender: Portrait of the Hero as a Young Man [New Orleanian who lost his life in World War I in the Royal Air Force], Dixie, April 1, 1979

28. John L. [Sullivan-boxer] Was Here First, Dixie, September 3, 1978

29. [James] Girty Goes to Court, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

30. Deep in Dixie: Jack Tinpan, Dixie, April 4, 1976

31. Deep in Dixie: The Return of Sam Houston, Dixie, May 13, 1973

32. Deep in Dixie: His Last Victim [Col. Alexander Keith McClung called "Black Knight of the South], Dixie, July 28, 1974

33. Deep in Dixie: Exit with Queue [Col. Thomas Butler was buried with his ponytail hanging out of his coffin], Dixie, April 29, 1973

Folder 4 MISSISSIPPI RIVER

1. New Life for Ol' Man River, Mississippi Rolling On with a Vengeance, Times-Picayune, September 30, 1973

2. Preventing Another `27 Disaster, States-Item, February 6, 1974

3. Mark Twin Piloting--Gone with the Four-Master, N. O. pilots move 1,200 ships a month, States-Item, January 30, 1975

4. Life on the Batture Is Passing Away, Clarion Herald, January 19, 1978

5. Really Old Days on the Big River [summary by Ray Samuel of the book On the Discovery of the Mississippi], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Corps Tackles Serious Mississippi Problem, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. River Settlers' Problem, Bridges, Boats Used on Water, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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BOX 3 Continued

Folder 4 MISSISSIPPI RIVER Continued

8. Old River Dam in Shape After Year of Scrambling, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

9. River, Stay 'way from my door [Waterways Experiment Station at Vicksburg, MS], unidentified

newspaper, n.d.

10. New Port News, Dixie, February 3, 1974

11. The Ol' Man and the City, Dixie, March 24, 1974 (2 copies)

12. Sedimentary Bonanza [hauling soil out of the Bonnet Carre Spillway], Dixie, March 31, 1974

13. A Ferry Story, Dixie, May 5, 1974

14. Roaming' on the River, Dixie, December 29, 1974 (2 copies)

15. Manila Village: A `Bayou Town' That Disappeared, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. Deep in Dixie: The River Rowdies, unidentified newspaper, n.d. (on back of previous article)

17. Picture Out Of Our Past: MS River loose at Poydras in St. Bernard Parish in 1922, Dixie, May 6, 1973

18. Picture Out Of Our Past: Flood at Main Street Tallulah in 1910, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Three Centuries Down the Mississippi, Southern Living, n.d.

20. A Place for Tribal Histories, Southern Living, n.d. (on back of previous article)

21. Channel Improvement and Stabilization, Lower Mississippi River, Cairo to the Gulf, Dept. of the Army, Mississippi River Commission, Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, MS, 1968 (brochure)

22. Mississippi River Levees (brochure)

23. Dredging on the Mississippi (brochure)

Folder 5 MUSEUMS

1. Old Museum, New Purpose [Robert R. Macdonald talks about the Louisiana State Museum purposes and goals], States-Item, December 9, 1975

2. A Museum Strives to Preserve the Past [Louisiana State Museum preserving Mardi Gras costumes], Times-Picayune, February 8, 1976

3. Tale of Trash and Treasure: Our Musty Mint, Dixie, August 25, 1974

4. Old N. O. Mint Returned to Mint Condition, Times-Picayune, November 1, 1979

5. Cheap Talk [Old Mint], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. City's Confederate Museum Seldom Visited by Residents, Times-Picayune, January 6, 1974

7. The World of Art Visit Oldest La. Museum [Confederate Memorial Hall, 929 Camp St., N. O.-paintings of Stonewall Jackson and Beauvoir hang there], Times-Picayune, January 8, 1978

8. Journeys Through Time & Place [Museums in the French Quarter], Clarion Herald, February 6, 1975

9. Treasure Trove of the Past [Musee Tranchepain, the museum of artifacts which chronicle the long years of Ursuline service to New Orleans], Clarion Herald, April 24, 1975

10. Casa Hove Is Museum That' Lived In [723 Toulouse St., N. O.], Times-Picayune, February 26, 1978

11. Pitot House Is Living Museum of Early 19th Century Years, Times-Picayune, n.d.

12. Collection...Unlimited [Andy Faust junk and antique collector], Dixie, October 20, 1974

13. Depot Become Mart [Country Marker in Ponchatoula], Dixie, March 24, 1974

14. State Arboretum, Nature's Museum in Louisiana [eight miles north of Ville Platte], Sunday Advocate, January 25, 1976

15. Home Turned Museum [home of Alexandre Mouton, ninth governor of Louisiana, at 1122 Lafayette St., is Lafayette Museum], Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

16. A Select Collection of Treasures [Zigler Museum in Jennings, LA], Southern Living, September 1974

17. Openings This Week Include Prints, Bronzes, Canvases [Exhibition at Historic New Orleans Collection], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. The Historic New Orleans Collection (brochure)

19. Louisiana Wildlife Museum (brochure)

20. Guide to the Louisiana State University Anglo-American Art Museum, Memorial Tower--B. R. (brochure)

21. LSU's Eloquent Relic of Ante-Bellum Days [Rural Life Museum], Dixie, November 12, 1972

22. LSU: Lest We Forget [Rural Life Museum], Southern Living, May 1973

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BOX 3 Continued

Folder 5 MUSEUMS Continued

23. A Plantation Story [Rural Life Museum], Times-Picayune, December 1, 1974 (3 copies)

24. Louisiana Rural [Rural Life Museum], States-Item, November 16, 1976

25. History Society Given Journey to Plantation Untouched by Times [Rural Life Museum], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 6 NATCHEZ TRACE

1. The Natchez Trace, It Wasn't a Yellow Brick Road, Southern Living, September 1973

2. Along the Natchez Trace, Dixie, November 18, 1973

3. Historic Natchez Trace, Once a Footpath Through Miss., Now a Protected Parkway, T-P, July 4, 1976

Folder 7 NATURAL RESOURCES

1. Lake Oil [oil drilling in Lake Pontchartrain], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Offshore Producers Enter Strange Territory, Area of Mudlumps and Vast Oozes, Times-Picayune, July 27, 1980

3. It Just Wouldn't Say Goodbye [Grande Ecaille sulphur mine], Dixie, March 2, 1980

4. Beauty Created From Pepper & Salt [Avery Island], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Mine Collapse A `Freak,' Experts Say [Cave-in at the Jefferson Island Salt Mine], Times-Picayune, November 22, 1980

6. Town Ponders Bleak Prospects [Cave-in at the Jefferson Island Salt Mine], Times-Picayune, November 22, 1980

7. Salt Mine Readied to House Oil, Times-Picayune, July 23, 1978

8. The Element S Versatile Essential Ancient (booklet about Sulphur), Freeport Sulphur Company

Folder 8 NATCHITOCHES

1. Historic Past Revitalized in Natchitoches' Old Town, Times-Picayune, October 14, 1979

2. History To Pass In Review On Natchitoches' 19th Tour, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. Natchitoches, "Cajuns, Creoles, Pirates and Planters" unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. `Louisiana Cavalier' Site Accentuates True Story [outdoor play about Louis Juchereau St. Denis in Natchitoches], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Pie's a la Mode: Historic Drama Set in Oldest La. City, Times-Picayune, ___ember 21, 1975 (2 copies)

6. Paul Green's Louisiana Cavalier, "Louisiana's Official State Play," Outdoor Drama in Historic Natchitoches (brochure)

7. Natchitoches Parish, Attractions & Accommodations (brochure)

8. Natchitoches, Louisiana, oldest city in the Louisiana Purchase, showplace of history (brochure)

9. Los Adaes Historical Park, Robeling, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana (brochure)

10. Natchitoches, A Center for Educational Opportunity in Louisiana (brochure)

11. Annual Historic Tour of Natchitoches (brochure)

12. History of Natchitoches (brochure) (2 copies)

13. History of Natchitoches (typewritten paper)

Folder 9 NEW ORLEANS

1. History of City Street Names Long, Colorful, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

2. New Orleans 2001: The Shape of things To Come?, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. Down the River with Mark Twain, Dixie, April 8, 1973

4. Jewel on the Muddy Mississippi, Historic New Orleans, Often Called America's Most Interesting City, Exudes Charm, Vitality, and Promise, Grit, March 10, 1974

5. Spend the Next 365 Days Getting to Know City Better, Times-Picayune, December 30, 1973

6. Historic N. O. Areas to Vanish, Inadequacy of City Hall Among Problems, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Orleans Pioneers Suffered Hardships, City's Founding Is Reviewed, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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BOX 3 Continued

Folder 9 NEW ORLEANS Continued

8. Bienville's City Remembers, Dixie, July 4, 1976

9. Were the `Good' Old Days as Good as Remembered?, Well, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. First U. S. Ice Works Here Back in 1868, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. In 1894 We Were Here...when a 44-day drouth left the cisterns dry as dust, Stated-Item, 1977

12. Just Like Meeting An Old Friend, "The Impossible Dream,' Times-Picayune, August 23, 1973

13. The Roaring '20s...A High Time for New Orleans `Society,' Times-Picayune, September 17, 1978

14. Outside Eyes Turn to CBD Demoliton, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

15. America's `Most Interesting' Walk, Dixie, June 3, 1973

16. The Spirits of New Orleans, Southern Living, November 1978

17. Only in New Orleans, New Orleans, May

18. What's New in New Orleans? There is a life there beyond food, unidentified magazine, n.d.

19. Fiesta, New Orleans Style, unidentified publication, n.d.

Folder 10 NEW ORLEANS-FRENCH MARKET

1. To Market, to Market..., Dixie, September 29, 1974

2. Red Stores in the Crescent [French Market], Dixie, January 5, 1975

3. To Market: New Look, New Names, States-Item, March 31, 1975

4. French Market Controversy Is Nothing New, Times-Picayune, April 13, 1975 (2 copies)

5. --and Now There Is One [French Market], Dixie, July 24, 1977

6. Picture Out Of Our Past: French Market, Dixie, April 28, 1974 (4 copies)

Folder 11 NEW ORLEANS-JACKSON SQUARE

1. Old Cabildo Open Once More to Holiday Shopper [Old Mint], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Secrets of Mint to Go Public [Friends of the Cabildo Christmas Bazaar], Times-Picayune, October 6, 1974

3. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Presbytere Panorama, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Energetic, Forceful Baroness [Pontalba] Left Imprint on New Orleans, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1976

5. The Cabildo (brochure)

6. Friends of The Cabildo (brochure)

7. Christmas at the Cabildo, Times-Picayune, n.d.

8. Friends of the Cabildo Find Historic Lafayette Letter

9. Vieux Carre: Old Quarter Was Heart of New Orleans, Times-Picayune, n.d.

10. Jackson Square: Anxiety Behind the Scenes [about restoration], Times-Picayune, April 6, 1975 (2 copies)

11. Facelifting the Square, States-Item, December 16, 1975

12. America's `Most Interesting' [Jackson Square], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Circling the [Jackson] Square, Dixie, July 21, 1974

14. Quarter Haunts of Famous Writers Provide Unique Tour, Times-Picayune, May 9, 1976 (2 copies)

15. The French Quarter: Babe of Change in Lap of History, Times-Picayune, January 12, 1975

16. Alley Chat: Exchange Place [Three blocks of the Vieux Carre], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

17. Solar Energy Nothing New to French Quarter, Times-Picayune, September 30, 1979

18. Atmosphere for Rent [Inns in the French Quarter], Dixie, January 6, 1980

19. Journeys Through Time & Place [Vieux Carre Attractions], Clarion Herald, February 6, 1975

20. Quarter Restoration Coup Starts on [722] Toulouse Street (Part of the Historic New Orleans Collection), unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. [Lindy] Boggs House: Restored with Integrity, Clarion Herald, March 20, 1975

22. The Hermann-Grima House: Place of Hidden Treasures, Dixie, September 28, 1975

23. Hermann-Grima House Has Only Restored Quarter Stable, Times-Picayune, October 27, 1974

24. Gallier House Plans Exhibit on Symbol of N. O., Iron Lace, Times-Picayune, September 28, 1975

25. Sulton's House: Life with an `Exotic Ghost' [Le Prete House on the corner of Orleans and Dauphine streets], Times-Picayune, February 11, 1979

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BOX 3 Continued

Folder 11 NEW ORLEANS-JACKSON SQUARE Continued

26. New Place for Friends [of the Cabildo] to Meet [Creole House on the corner of Pirate's and Cabildo Alleys], Times-Picayune, November 2, 1975

27. New Hotel As Old As Vieux Carré [Sheraton-Chateau LeMoyne on the corner of Bienville and Dauphine streets], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

28. Picture Out Of Our Past: 1920s picture of St. Vincent's Hotel at the corner of St. Ann and Decatur streets], Dixie, April 21, 1974

29. Forgotten Orleans Ballroom is Seldom Noticed by Tourists [717 Orleans Street], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

30. Upstairs at Antoine's, Times-Picayune, November 23, 1975

31. Lanasa's Old `General Store' Gives Up Fight for Survival [1027 Decatur St.], Times-Picayune, n.d. 32. It Glistens As Never Before, The Jewel of Jackson Square, Dixie, April 25, 1976

Folder 12 NEW ORLEANS NEIGHBORHOODS--ALGIERS

1. Saving Old Gretna, Times-Picayune, April 4, 1976

2. The Past is Present--Part 1, States-Item, August 20, 1973

3. Deep in Dixie: Algiers Inferno [fire of October 20, 1895 that burned 12 blocks of Algiers], Dixie, May 27, 1973

4. In the Community, Southern Living, November 1975

Folder 13 NEW ORLEANS NEIGHBORHOODS--DOWNTOWN

1. Overlooked, Forgotten? City-Arabi Neighborhood Gearing For Action, Times-Picayune, January 18, 1976

2. Gentilly: Where Suburban Dreams Grown Old, Times-Picayune, April 25, 1976

3. Faubourg Marigny Has Charm All Its Own, Area Has History, Hope for Future, Times-Picayune, October 14, 1975

4. Marigny Years a Colorful Chapter in City's History, Times-Picayune, February 17, 1974

5. A Creole Gentleman Remembers Gracious Living on the Esplanade [Claiborne Perrilliat, a descendant of W. C. C. Claiborne], Times-Picayune, February 1, 1976

6. `Urban Sin' in Historic Treme [Esplanade Ridge Historic District bounded on the lake side by the French Quarter and North Rampart, on the north by Claiborne Avenue and on the eat by Esplanade Avenue; Orleans Avenue and St. Philip Street beginning at Villere make up the western border, Times-Picayune, February 24, 1980

7. The Early Day: Millionaires Add Touch, Esplanade: Part I, States-Item, October 10, 1977

8. The Greatest Creole of Them All, Esplanade: Part II [Bernard de Marigny], States-Item, October 11, 1977

9. Family, Honor and Hospitality, Esplanade: Part III, States-Item, October 12, 1977 (2 copies)

10. The Fortunes of Trade, Esplanade: Part IV, States-Item, October 13, 1977

11. The Arts and the Scholars, Esplanade: Part V, States-Item, October 14, 1977

12. A Times of War, Esplanade: Part VI, States-Item, October 17, 1977

13. Romance Was in the Air, Esplanade: Part VII, States-Item, October 18, 1977

14. Doctor, Lawyer, Engineer, Esplanade: Part VIII, States-Item, October 19, 1977

15. The World of Meme and Popo, Esplanade: Part IX, States-Item, October 24, 1977

16. A Ball and a Hanging, Esplanade: Part XII, States-Item, October 25, 1977

17. Nobility on the Avenue, Esplanade: Part XIII, States-Item, October 26, 1977

18. An End and a Beginning, Esplanade: Part XV, States-Item, October 28, 1977

19. The Warriors, People of the Garden District: Part IV, States-Item, March 10, 1977

20. The Builders of Opulence, People of the Garden District: Part V, States-Item, March 11, 1977

21. Fannie and Her House Guests, People of the Garden District: Part VII, States-Item, March 15, 1977

22. The Customs: The Outcasts and Elegance, People of the Garden District: Part IX, States-Item, March 17, 1977

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BOX 3 Continued

Folder 14 NEW ORLEANS NEIGHBORHOODS-MID CITY

1. The Faubourg St. John Houses, Times-Picayune, November 13, 1977

2. Mid City Worth Saving, Times-Picayune, January 11, 1978 (2 copies)

3. They Planted a Garden in a Swamp, Times-Picayune, n.d.

Folder 15 NEW ORLEANS NEIGHBORHOODS-UPTOWN

1. Carrollton: `Cattle Browsed Undisturbed,' States-Item, October 27, 1975 (2 copies)

2. Carrollton: Problems and Progress, States-Item, October 28, 1975 (3 copies)

3. Carrollton Annexed: `Wonders' Begin, States-Item, October 29, 1975

4. Carrollton: Striding Into the Present, States-Item, October 30, 1975 (2 copies)

5. Good Old Days in Colorful Carrollton, Times-Picayune, December 17, 1978

6. In The Land of Opportunity, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Irish Channel; No Madam John, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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BOX 4

Folder 1 NEWSPAPERS

1. New Orleans Tribune, First Black Daily Began in N. O. [1864], States-Item, February 11, 1976 (2 copies)

2. The Picayune, Vol. 1, No. 1, New Orleans, Wednesday Morning, January 25, 1837 [Reprint?]

Folder 2 OAK TREES

1. Louisiana's Living Landmarks, Dixie, December 17, 1972

2. A Wealth of History in Our Trees, States-Item, June 2, 1975

3. Mighty Live Oak Trees Are Loved and Preserved in La., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Seven Sister Oak Leads State Live Oak Promotion [Lewisburg], Banner, September 29, 1974

5. The Wooden Heart of City Park, Dixie, November 17, 1974

6. Preserve a Piece of Local History: `Adopt' an Oak [City Park, N. O.], Times-Picayune, July 6, 1980

7. Part of Our Heritage [Sunnybrook Oak and Andrew Jackson at home of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gibert, located on Military Road, St. Tammany Parish, St. Tammany News, September 26, 1973

8. The love-life of Live Oaks in St. Tammany, Banner, December 1, 1974 (3 copies)

9. La. Spanish Moss Ills Attributed to Fungus, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. The Legend of Spanish Moss, unidentified publication, n.d.

Folder 3 OCCUPATIONS

1. Mention old-time occupations, and you'll hear some tales [mentions quite a few occupations] unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Creation in Glass [stained glass windows for St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Metairie], States-Item,

October 30, 1974

3. Old Museum, New Purpose [Robert R. Macdonald talks about the Louisiana State Museum purposes and goals], States-Item, December 9, 1975

4. `They'd Answer the Phone Themselves' [story about Ray Cresson who was the photographer for the Fairmont-nee-Roosevelt Hotel and took photographs of the celebrities who stayed there during the 1940s-1960s], Times-Picayune, January 2, 1977

5. In the Vesselier--Vitrine [cabinet with glass doors which hold the business records of the Godchaux family], Dixie, March 23, 1975

6. The Buggy Man [Earl Wyman, New Orleans wheelwright and blacksmith, who builds and restores carriages and repairs old wheels for buggy buffs all over the country], Dixie, September 15, 1974

7. To market, to market [New Orleans street vendors], States-Item, November 4, 1976

8. Echos of the Past Linger in Remaining [New Orleans] Street Vendors, Times-Picayune, May 12, 1974 (3 copies)

9. `Door-to-Door' Milkman Symbol of the Past, Times-Picayune, September 4, 1977

10. Picture Out Of Our Past: Joseph Honoree with his mule-drawn milk delivery wagner for the Cloverland Dairy (now Sealtest) in 1914, Dixie, October 19, 1975 (3 copies)

11. Picture Out Of Our Past: Edmond G. Dietrich, owner of the Crescent City Dairy, standing beside his horse-drawn wagon, which delivered milk. Picture taken in 1914, Dixie, December 2, 1973

12. The `Roman Candy Man' Is Pure Nostalgia on Wheels, unidentified newspaper, n.d. (2 copies)

13. Picture Out Of Our Past: M. Dekemel, one of several "Waffle men" who rode in wagons and heralded their arrivals via bugle blows around 1920, posing with his bugling son in front of New Orleans Lodge No. 30 on Elks Place, Dixie, June 3, 1979

14. Picture Out Of Our Past: Delivery truck for The Grunewald (now the Roosevelt) Hotel. The driver A. W. Calhoun is the one on the right and C. J. Imhof is on the left, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

15. Picture Out Of Our Past: Charity Hospital's ambulance taken in 1921

16. Beasts of Burden or Burdened Beasts? [horses that pull the tourist buggies through the streets of New Orleans], Times-Picayune, October 15, 1978

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BOX 4 Continued

Folder 3 OCCUPATIONS Continued

17. Picture Out Of Our Past: Wagon at Mencien Plantation used by the children to get them to and from school. Mare's name was Aunt Lizzie, a birthday gift from father to daughter Beatrice A. Gray (Mrs. Elmer N. Baldwin). Picture taken in 1918, Dixie, August 4, 1974

18. Gridstone Still Turns for Knife Sharpener Sebastian Fontana one of the last knife sharpener's in New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. China [Haviland China sold by Offner's, the importer in New Orleans], Dixie, November 3, 1974

20. There's a Definite Delight in Duck Decoys, Carvers, Collectors Reviving Lost Art [story about Charles Frank who is writing a book about duck decoys and carvers], Times-Picayune, March 9, 1975

21. The Sweet Success of Norbert Rillieux [afro-american inventor of evaporating pans used to make sugar, patented in 1845], Dixie, November 20, 1977

22. Picture Our Of Our Past: Shoe makers, James B. Tymon and his son William Tymon of River Ridge more than 60 years ago, Dixie, January 6, 1980

23. Copy Dolls [dolls made by Bea Roberts of Waggaman], Dixie, October 22, 1978

24. The toolchest of a cabinet maker tells story [in John Hoffman's antique shop at Lacombe], Banner, October 19, 1975

25. Oom-pah-pah on the north shore [story of Karl Elbert repairing music boxes and orchestrions in Covington], Clarion Herald, May 8, 1975

26. The Decimer Singer [Decimers are the oral history set to music and rhyme of the Islanos, who settled in what is now St. Bernard Parish during the late 18th century], Times-Picayune, July 19, 1979

27. Disappearing Louisiana Moss May Force Last Operating Gin to Close Down [Laurence Duet's moss gin on Bayou Lafourche in Labadieville], Times-Picayune, June 22, 1975

28. The Last of the Moss Ginners [Laurence Duet's moss gin on Bayou Lafourche in Labadieville], Dixie, April 20, 1980

29. He Must Walk the Marshes [trappers], unidentified magazine, n.d.

30. The Villages's Last Blacksmith [Louis Carter blacksmith in Carson, South Mississippi community, in Jefferson Davis County], Dixie, May 2, 1976

31. Upcountry mailstop [Reliance, TN], States-Item, December 10, 1975 (2 copies)

Folder 4 PARISHES

1. Leisurely Louisiana Drive: Nearby Countryside Offers Quiet Town, Brooding Bayous [Southwest of New Orleans], Times-Picayune, October 13, 1974

2. Plaquemines Parish in the Winter Time Is Place for Quiet Drives in the Country, Times-Picayune, November 30, 1975

3. Weather, age taking toll on Creole cottages of Grand Isle, States-Item, November 6, 1974

4. St. Mary Parish Historic Guide (brochure)

5. St. James Parish History & Resources (booklet)

6. Lafourche Parish (2-page paper)

7. Towering, Moss Draped Oaks Frame Symbols of A Time Past [Pictures of some Plantation Houses], Lafayette Advertiser, July 23, 1972

8. The Mysteries of Jefferson Island [Iberia Parish], Dixie, May 29, 1977

9. Bells of Swamp Country [tower of Brownell Carillon near Morgan City], Southern Living, January 1976

10. Lake Charles Looks at Its Past, Southern Living, n.d.

11. Cochon-de-lait, old home tour introduction to Avoyelles Oct. 20-21 [Mansura and Marksville], Sunday Advocate, October 14, 1979

12. The Delta Gazette, Baton Rouge, April 1972 (stories about places in the Felicianas and Baton Rouge)

13. Louisiana A Portrait of the Past, Cajun Country and nearby towns offer a sampling of 18th century America, unidentified publication, n.d.

14. How I Discovered the Real Louisiana, House Beautiful, February 1974

15. Places to Visit in '78 Abound In and Around New Orleans, Times-Picayune, January 8, 1978

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BOX 4 Continued

Folder 5 PARKS

1. Please Don't Eat the Azaleas [story about cleaning up the small parks in New Orleans], Dixie, April 20, 1975 (2 copies)

2. For Marigny's Old Washington Square, It' a New Day [Restoration of the park which is bounded by Elysian Fields Avenue, Royal, Frenchmen, and Dauphine streets, dates back to the early 1800 when Bernard de Marigny subdivided his plantation south of the Vieux Carre], Times-Picayune, March 14, 1976

3. Reviving a Victorian Tradition [story about restoring the small parks in New Orleans], Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976

4. Picture Out Of Our Past: Lafayette Square taken about the turn of the century, Dixie, March 4, 1979

5. Park Squabble? It's Old Hat [What to do with Audubon Park], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. A Park for All Pleasures [Audubon Park], Southern Living, May 1976

7. The Wooden Heart of City Park [story about the trees], Dixie, November 17, 1974

8. There' Still Hope for a Jean Lafitte National Park, Times-Picayune, December 5, 1976 (2 copies)

9. Fountainbleau State Park History (3-page paper)

10. Zemurray Gardens--A Stroll in Landscaped Loveliness, Times-Picayune, February 23, 1975 (2 copies)

11. Zemurray Gardens off quiet beauty, Daily Star, February 8, 1978

12. Los Adais Park [Natchitoches], Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

13. New State Park Calls Campers, Fishermen [Lake Claiborne State Park, near Homer], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

Folder 6 PIRATES AND PRIVATEERS

1. A tale of two pirates--one feared, one respected [Pierre Rameau and Phillip Loring], St. Tammany News-Banner, March 10, 1976

2. Lafitte Won't Rest in Peace, Dixie, November 28, 1976

3. Deep in Dixie: Pirates' Revenge, Dixie, December 10, 1972

4. Deep in Dixie: Pirate to the Rescue!, Dixie, June 23, 1974

5. Deep in Dixie: Cutters & Cutlasses, Dixie, April 25, 1976

Folder 7 PLANTATIONS--BAYOU COUNTRY

1. Plantation Opens For La. Visitors [Arlington Plantation, Franklin, St. Mary Parish], Times-Picayune/States-Item, November 22, 1980

2. Tour of Homes, Franklin, Louisiana [Grevemberg House, Allen Family Home, Frances Plantation, Twin Oaks, and Alice Plantation, St. Mary Parish] (brochure)

3. Francis Plantation, [Three miles east of Franklin, St. Mary Parish] (brochure)

4. May 2 Homes Tour [Wilkinson home at Poplar Grove; Cinclare, plantation home of the E. Berkshire Terrills; Homestead, north of the city limits of Port Allen; Dow House; Live Oaks Plantation at Rosedale; Vaughan-Bres Home at Brusly Landing; St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and cemetery at Brusly Landing; West Baton Rouge Parish], Times-Picayune, n.d.

5. Homestead, Other Homes On Tour May 2 [Wilkinson home at Poplar Grove; Cinclare, plantation home of the E. Berkshire Terrills; Homestead, north of the city limits of Port Allen; Dow House; Live Oaks Plantation at Rosedale; Vaughan-Bres Home at Brusly Landing; St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and cemetery at Brusly Landing; West Baton Rouge Parish], Sunday Advocate, April 25, 1976

6. Louisiana Ancestors: Old Hickory Plantation-A Landmark of Pointe Coupee [Parish, Lacour], Times-Picayune, December 7, 1980

7. Legendary Plantation House Withstands Years of Neglect [Chretien Point at Sunset, 10 miles south of Opelousas, St. Landry Parish], Times-Picayune, September 21, 1975 (2 copies)

8. C[h]retien Point Is Home Safe [at Sunset, 10 miles south of Opelousas, St. Landry Parish], Dixie, July 16, 1978

9. The Waldrips of Southdown [Plantation, Houma, Terrebonne Parish], States-Item, February 12, 1976

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BOX 4 Continued

Folder 7 PLANTATIONS--BAYOU COUNTRY

10. House Tapped by Register [Southdown Plantation, Houma, Terrebonne Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d. (2 copies)

11. Scenic Encounters [Oak Alley, Christ Church in Napoleonville, Madewood Plantation a few miles down the road on Bayou Lafourche-Ascension and Assumption parishes], States-Item, January 5, 1976

12. Owners Restore Madewood To Beauty and Usefulness [Napoleonville, Assumption Parish], Sunday Advocate, October 15, 1978

13. Madewood Remembers [near Napoleonville, Assumption Parish], Dixie, December 21, 1980

14. Madewood Plantation House (brochure)

15. Six Homes to Be on Tour in New Roads [LeJeune House, Papa "Boo's" Cabin, Hurst House, the Darryl Patin Home, and Robinson Home, Pointe Coupee Parish], Times-Picayune, April 3, 1975

16. Touring About Cane Country Draws Attention [Major Home and Stowell Home, New Roads; Mounger Home, Glynnwood, LeBeau House, Pleasant View, Pointe Coupee Parish], Sunday Advocate, October 5, 1975

19. Visit Louisiana's Romantic Bayou Paradise, Shadows-On-The-Teche [New Iberia, Iberia Parish] (brochure)

20. Shadows-on-the-Teche [New Iberia, Iberia Parish] (brochure)

21. Along Bayou Teche [The Shadows, Justine, Heritage Museum, Acadian Craft Shop & Acadian Museum, Albania Plantation, Art Center for Southwestern Louisiana, French House, Lafayette Museum, Natural History Museum & Planetarium, USL Horticulture Center, St. John's Cathedral & Oak (brochure)

22. Bayou Landmarks, Times-Picayune, February 26, 1978

Folder 8 PLANTATIONS--FLORIDA PARISHES

1. Lafayette Revisits Magnolia Mound [Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish], Sunday Advocate, October 14, 1979

2. Mount Hope Plantation Home & Gardens, Circa 1817 [8151 Highland Road, Baton Rouge, LA]

(brochure)

3. Feliciana Country: Picturesque `Happy Land' Times-Picayune

4. Audubon's "Happyland" Dixie, April 28, 1974

5. It's Pilgrimage Time in St. Francisville, Times-Picayune, March 5, 1978 (2 copies)

6. Rebuilding `Greenwood' Is Their Challenge [Greenwood Plantation just outside St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish], Times-Picayune, September 4, 1977

7. The Cottage Plantation, Andrew Jackson Slept Here [north of St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish], Times-Picayune, n.d.

8. Plantation Hospitality at The Cottage [Plantation 6 miles north of St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish], unidentified magazine, n.d.

9. Highland [Plantation, upriver from St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish], unidentified newspaper, 1975

10. Rosedown Plantation and Gardens, St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish (brochure)

11. Rebirth of a Dream at Rosedown [St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish], Southern Living, n.d.

12. Oakley Remembers Audubon [Oakley Plantation, St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish], Southern Living, October 1971

13. Cedar Hill--130 Years of History [Now the property of St. Joseph's Abbey in Covington, St. Tammany Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. Part of Our Heritage ["Sunnybrook" home of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gibert, located on Military Road, St. Tammany Parish], St. Tammany News, September 26, 1973

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Folder 9 PLANTATIONS--NEW ORLEANS AND BELOW

1. Energetic, Forceful Baroness Left Imprint on New Orleans [Pontalba Buildings, Jackson Square, N. O.], Times-Picayune, May 2, 1976

2. Down the Bayou to Pitot House [On Bayou St. John, N. O.], Times-Picayune, January 18, 1981

3. Past Present, Today's Living [Pitot House, 1440 Moss St., N. O.], Dixie, December 16, 1973

4. Dreams Still Do Come True: Kenilworth Is a Case in Point [located on the St. Bernard Highway 20 miles below New Orleans in St. Bernard Parish?], Times-Picayune, September 1, 1974

5. Old House Is Dying, Magnolia Plantation Home Is Now `Haunting Ruin' [Gov. Henry Clay Warmoth Home, Plaquemines Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Plantation Post-Mortem, Grand Home of Another Era Is Dead; Indifference Killed It [Orange Grove, on Mississippi River in Braithwaite, Plaquemines Parish], Times-Picayune, June 16, 1974

7. Faded Woodland Plantation Hasn't Lost Her Graciousness [a few miles north of West Pointe a la Hache, Plaquemines Parish], Times-Picayune, April 24, 1977 (2 copies)

8. Seven Oaks [Westwego, Jefferson Parish], Times-Picayune, February 29, 1976 (2 copies)

9. Fate of Seven Oaks [Westwego, Jefferson Parish], Times-Picayune, March 14, 1976 (3 copies)

10. `Seven Oaks' in Westwego Is on Path to Disintegration [Westwego, Jefferson Parish], Times-Picayune, n.d.

11. Death of a Landmark [Seven Oaks, Westwego, Jefferson Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. Magnolia Lane: Lived In and Loved [Plantation House, Westwego, Jefferson Parish], Times-Picayune, March 28, 1976 (3 copies)

13. Valentine [Plantation, beside the bayou in the central section of Lafourche Parish between Lockport and Larose], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. Lafreniere's Home: He'd Never Recognize It Now [Now Elmwood Plantation restaurant], States-Item, n.d.

15. Pictures of Homes below the Industrial Canal, in the city, and in Arabi, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. Judah P. Benjamin's House of Sorrow [Belle Chasse], Dixie, December 14, 1969

17. From Plantations to Transmissions [Point Becca on the West Bank 12 miles below New Orleans], Dixie, October 16, 1977

Folder 10 PLANTATIONS--NORTH LOUISIANA

1. House Built 1776 [Wells House, Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish], Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

2. Melrose Takes You Back 200 Years [just below Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish], Rural Louisiana, September 1977

3. Melrose--A Vivid Reminder of Louisiana's Colorful Past [just below Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish], Times-Picayune, n.d. (2 copies)

4. Melrose, A National Historic Landmark (brochure)

5. Here Lies Uncle Tom? [Little Eva Plantation near Chopin, Natchitoches Parish], Rural Louisiana,

November 1975

6. Australia Island: Space, time set plantation apart [An island plantation populated by a handful of poor black farm workers, owned by a Texas multimillionaire in Madison Parish in northeastern Louisiana-severed from the state by the Mississippi River], Times-Picayune, May 10, 1981

Folder 11 PLANTATIONS--RIVER ROAD

1. Remoulade: River Road Mansion Romance Is Unfolded [summary of book by Dr. Isabel M. French, The River--The Way It Was], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Houmas House: C. 1780 [Burnside, on the east bank of the Mississippi River near the lower tip of Ascension Parish Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

3. Historic Houmas House, 1800-1840 [on the River Road, Burnside, Ascension Parish] (brochure)

4. White Castle Attraction [Nottoway Plantation at White Castle, Iberville Parish], Times-Picayune, December 7, 1980

5. Train Visit A Treat [Home Place at Hahnville, St. Charles Parish], Times-Picayune, April 11, 1976

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Folder 11 PLANTATIONS--RIVER ROAD Continued

6. Plantation Store Is Dream Come True [Orange Grove Plantation, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge Parish], Times-Picayune, February 20, 1977

7. Valcour Aime `Versailles' Site Revisited in St. James Parish, Time-Picayune, December 15, 1974

8. Aime Family Portraits Recall Past Plantation Glory [Le Petit Versailles in St. James Parish], Times-Picayune, May 11, 1975

9. Famed Oak Alley Plantation Has Exciting Future in Store [St. James Parish], unidentified newspaper,

n.d.

10. Oak Alley Plantation (1837-39), A National Historic Landmark (brochure)

11. Evergreen--Yesterday and Today [on the West Bank of the Mississippi River in St. John the Baptist Parish], Dixie, September 23, 1973 (2 copies)

12. Adieu, Voisin! [located at the corner of River Road and East 13th Street in Reserve, St. John the Baptist Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. d'Estrehan Manor House [St. Charles Parish], 1787-1972 (brochure)

14. A Manor Called Destrehan [St. Charles Parish], Southern Living, n.d. (2 copies)

15. Marriage in the Old Fashioned Manor [Destrehan Manor, St. Charles Parish], Dixie, January 25, 1976

16. Destrehan Name an Old One [St. Charles Parish], Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

17. Destrehan Plantation, How It Survived Almost 200 Years [St. Charles Parish], Times-Picayune, April 27, 1980

18. Destrehan Plantation (brochure)

19. Death of a Landmark [Seven Oaks Mansion], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. 1850 Mansion Being Prepared for 1977 Opening [San Francisco Plantation, between Reserve and Garyville, St. John the Baptist Parish], Sunday Advocate, October 12, 1975 (2 copies)

21. It Used to Be `Saint-Frusquin' [San Francisco Plantation, between Reserve and Garyville, St. John the Baptist Parish], Dixie, September 4, 1977

22. Story of Louisianian Kenner Recalls a Golden Age, It's End [Ashland Plantation, renamed "Belle Helene" just above Darrow across the river from Donaldsonville; L'Hermitage; Bocage; La Maison Blanche or White Hall; Tezcuco; Colomb House just above Convent], Times-Picayune, December 7, 1975

23. Colonial Landmarks [Houmas House in Burnside on the east bank of the Mississippi River near the lower tip of Ascension Parish; St. Gabriel Catholic Church in Iberville Parish; Oak Alley near Vacherie, St. James Parish; Elmwood Plantation near Harahan, Jefferson Parish; Darby in Baldwin on Bayou Teche, St. Mary Parish], Times-Picayune, October 17, 1976 (2 copies)

24. Plaquemine Tour [Union Plantation Home, St. Louis, Tally Ho Plantation, Eureka Plantation, Nottaway, White Castle, The Oaks], Times-Picayune, May 2, 1976

25. Old River Road--Untouched By Times [Ascension Catholic Church, Laurel Ridge, Manressa, Little Red Church, Ormond about 16 miles above N. O., Belle Alliance, Evan Hall, Tezcuco, Lafayette Advertiser, July 23, 1972

26. Antebellum Homes [names almost all the homes on the River Road], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

27. Valentines That Endure [names a lot of plantation homes], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

28. Ormond, D'Estrehan, Elmwood, Belle Grove, and Nottoway mentioned in this article, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

29. Travel the River Road Fantasy Land [Houmas House, Oak Alley, Ashland-Belle Helene], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

30. On the Trail of Ghosts [The Cottage, The Myrtles, Parlange], Southern Living, n.d.

31. Bousillage, Beauty, and Bayous [San Francisco Plantation House, Reserve, St. John the Baptist Parish; Tezcuco Plantation past Union, St. James Parish; Houmas House at Burnside, Ascension Parish; and Madewood Plantation House, south of Napoleonville, Assumption Parish, Southern Living, October 1973

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BOX 4 Continued

Folder 11 PLANTATIONS--RIVER ROAD Continued

32. Plantation Homes Link Upriver Area to Past [names almost all the homes on the River Road-Whitehall, Elmwood, Destrehan Manor House, Ormond, Amelina, Woodland, Voisin Plantation House, (torn down), San Francisco, Hope, Longview, Welham Plantation House, (torn down), Zenon Trudeau House, Jefferson College, Uncle Sam Plantation, Columb House, Helvetia, Bagatella, Texcuco, Houmas House, Riverton, Bocage, The Hermitage, Ashland-Belle Helene, Indian Camp (Carville), Home Place, Longwood, St. Louis, Dunboyne Plantation House, Tallyho, Nottoway, Mulberry Grove, Oak Alley, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

33. Avis New Orleans Plantation Tours [names a lot of plantation houses] (brochure)

Folder 12 PLANTATIONS--STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

1. Historic `Springfield' Being Restored [17 miles north of Natchez and the setting of Andrew Jackson and Rachel Donelson Robards in the late summer of 1791], Times-Picayune, November 13, 1977

2. The Triumphs and Tragedies of `Matagorda' [Mississippi Delta], Times-Picayune, October 1, 1978

3. Days of Glory [Natchez, Mississippi pilgrimage explained], States-Item, April 2, 1975

4. Days of Glory: Part II, An Architectural Montage [Natchez, Mississippi pilgrimage explained], States-Item, April 3, 1975

5. Hoops, Hoopla Not Gone With Wind in Miss. [Natchez, Mississippi Pilgrimage explained], Times-Picayune, March 21, 1975

6. Natchez: The Pilgrims Are Coming [Natchez, Mississippi pilgrimage explained], Southern Living, March 1978

7. Storied Miss. Towns Link to the Past [Dr. G. H. Tichenor's home in Liberty, Mississippi where antiseptic was born], Times-Picayune, September 18, 1977

8. Ruins Guard the Past [Windsor on Old Rodney Road 10 miles from Port Gibson, Claiborne Co., MS], Southern Living, December 1973

9. Magnificent Windsor Ruins Due Historical Restoration, [on Old Rodney Road 10 miles from Port Gibson, Claiborne Co., MS], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Port Gibson--Claiborne County Mississippi On the "Great River Road" Natchez Trace Parkway, U. S. Highway 61 (brochure)

11. The Troubled Times of Longwood [140 Lower Woodville Road, Natchez, MS], Southern Living, October 1975

12. The `Burn' at Natchez, Dixie, November 11, 1979

13. Waverly Plantation [located on the West Bank of the Tombigbee River approximately six miles from Columbus, Mississippi] (paper)

Folder 13 POLITICS

1. Know-Nothing Party in City, State Mainly Political Tool, Times-Picayune, September 23, 1973

2. Damn the Charisma-Full Speed Ahead!, Schwegmann Still the Stormy Petrel, Times-Picayune, November 3, 1974

3. Governor Warmoth' Years Time of Corruption, Dissension, Waste, Bribery Were Rife, Times-Picayune, September 17, 1967

4. Three Days in the Life of That Cajun Fella' Edwin Edwards Multi-Faceted Man, Times-Picayune, March 17, 1974

5. New Orleans: Election Day, 1876, The Day Louisiana Decided Who Would Become President, States-Item, November 2, 1976 (3 copies)

6. 100 Years of Politics, Chep's Election May Have Been Biggest Event, States-Item, June 6, 1977

7. 30 Years Ago in White Suit: `Chep' Ushered in New Era, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. Picture: Mayor Chep Morrison, who ousted Maestri in 1946, shakes hands with his predecessor, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

9. Morrison Betrays White Race!, Mayor of New Orleans Gives Negroes Equal Political and Social Rights

10. `Tammany Hall' New Orleans Style, States-Item, October 10, 1973 (4 copies)

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BOX 4 Continued

Folder 13 POLITICS Continued

11. Plaquemines Has Oranges, Oil...and Perez, States-Item, June 6, 1977

12. Hanky-pank politics of the past: It wasn't that much different back then..., Banner, November 23, 1975 (2 copies)

13. The Historical Perspective of `People Power' in Louisiana, Morning Advocate, November 28, 1975

14. Political Boss Maestri Believed in 1-man Rule, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

15. Maestri Dead, Was Long Era Mayor Here, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. Picture: Mayor Robert S. Maestri dining with President Franklin D. Roosevelt at Antoine's during FDR's 1937 visit, States-Item, May 7, 1974

17. Maestri Remembered `...Ain't Going to Put No Roses on Me' and Expletive Deleted, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. Life of Dudley LeBlanc Politician, Promoter, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. What's a Politician Worth?, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. Politics and the Depression, Huey Long and the political machine he built were dominant factors during the 1930s, a time when Long's moves were watched with as much fervor as the plummeting economy, States-Item, November 2, 1979

21. Politicians, good and bad..., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. Election Day Once Far From a Sober Occasion, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Ellender's Finest Hours, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

24. Thomas Jefferson Didn't Trust Cajuns... But Now We're Loved in Washington, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

25. In 1894 We Were Her...When the mayor beat the impeachment rap, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

26. Louisiana Political Climate Different from `30s, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

27. Origin of Napoleonic Code Given, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

28. Waterloo for the Napoleonic Code, unidentified newspaper, n.d. (2 copies)

29. September, 1874: War in New Orleans [Battle of Liberty Place], States-Item, September 9, 1974 (2 copies)

30. Reconstruction: Bitter Time, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

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BOX 5

Folder 1 RELIGION

1. Brother Marcus Was First Religious to Set Foot in La., Times-Picayune, April 29, 1973

2. Philander Chase Arrives; Christ Church Is Founded, Times-Picayune, June 10, 1973

3. Know-Nothing Party in City, State Mainly Political Tool, Times-Picayune, September 23, 1973

4. St. John the Baptist Church Founded by Irish Immigrants, Times-Picayune, September 30, 1973 (2 copies)

5. Leonidas Polk Buckled His Sword Over Bishop's Gown, Times-Picayune, October 7, 1973

6. Churches and People Alike Suffered Under Gen. Butler, Times-Picayune, October 21, 1973 (2 copies)

7. Dr. Palmer Boosted Morale of South During Civil War, Times-Picayune, November 4, 1973

8. Numerous Black Churches Spring Up After Civil War, Times-Picayune, December 2, 1973 (3 copies)

9. Beauregard Parish Has Congregation of Mennonites, Times-Picayune, February 3, 1974

10. Christian Scientists in State Once Subject to Persecution, Times-Picayune, May 12, 1974 (2 copies)

11. Church of Christ Bodies Autonomous in Louisiana, Times-Picayune, June 2, 1974

12. New Orleans Had Important Role in Mormon Move West, Times-Picayune, June 9, 1974

13. Early Louisiana, Times-Picayune, n.d.

14. Jehovah's Witnesses `Cult' Is Often Misunderstood, Times-Picayune, n.d.

15. N. O. Greek Orthodox Group First in Western Hemisphere, Times-Picayune, n.d.

16. Nine Separate Methodist Bodies Are Active in State, Times-Picayune, n.d.

17. Marguilliers Attempt to Make Pere Antoine Bishop of La., Times-Picayune, n.d.

18. Churches Struggle to Survive During Dark Period of War, Times-Picayune, n.d.

19. After Civil War, Churches Try to Pick Up the Pieces, Times-Picayune, n.d. (2 copies)

20. Truly `American' Church Emerges Under Many Names, Times-Picayune, n.d.

21. Two `Methodist' Churches Planning to Merge in 1978, Times-Picayune, n.d.

22. Episcopalians Faced Much Abuse During Civil War, Times-Picayune, n.d. (2 copies)

23. Anderson Church of God Had Rural Start Here in 1897 [Boyce, Rapides Parish], Times-Picayune, n.d.

24. Louisiana Baptist Convention Is Formed in 1848 by Hardest, Times-Picayune, n.d.

25. Church of the Nazarene Is Conservative in Nature, Times-Picayune, n.d.

26. Assemblies of God Called Fastest-Growing Group, Times-Picayune, n.d.

27. Louisianian Once Headed United Pentecostal Church, Times-Picayune, n.d.

28. How the Sabbatarians Differ from Other Christian Bodies, Times-Picayune, n.d.

29. Some `Church of God' Groups Have Tennessee Beginnings, Times-Picayune, n.d.

30. First Negro Denominations Result of Church Segregation, Times-Picayune, n.d.

31. Rev. Church First Minister to United Brethren in Christ, Times-Picayune, n.d.

32. Pioneer Baptists Had Start in Rural Area of Louisiana, Times-Picayune, n.d.

33. Early Attempts to Establish Baptist Church in N. O. Fail, Times-Picayune, n.d.

34. Norwegian Seaman's Church a Fixture Here for 67 Years, Times-Picayune, n.d.

35. Four Different Lutheran Denominations Exist in State, Times-Picayune, n.d.

36. German Baptists of Mowata Form Unique Congregation, Times-Picayune, n.d.

37. `Northern' Presbyterians Controversial in Louisiana, Times-Picayune, n.d.

38. Sole Dunker Congregation in States Dates from 1891 [Roanoke, La.], Times-Picayune, January 13, 1974

39. St. Rosalie Walks Into the '70s, Clarion Herald, August 29, 1974

40. House of Retreats [Manresa, 40 miles upriver from New Orleans], States-Item, November 19, 1975

41. Baptist's Flock Fishless, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

42. First Here, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

43. PIE DUFOUR'S A LA MODE: Nun's History of N. O., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

44. Ursuline Sisters, A Part of New Orleans History for 250 Years, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

45. Catholic Schools: `The Glory of the Church in America' Clarion Herald , April 18, 1974

46. Creole Priest Wrote Poetry and Lived Among the Choctaws, Times-Picayune, November 23, 1975

47. Abbey: Shortage Of Priests Underscored At Seminary, Times-Picayune, October 26, 1980

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Folder 2 REVOLUTIONARY WAR

1. Pie's a La Mode: City's Link with Revolution Noted, Times-Picayune, September 8, 1974

2. Pie's a La Mode: Louisiana Helped `Americans' to Win, Times-Picayune, November 3, 1974

3. Pie's a La Mode: ...And That's How It Was Back in 1776, Times-Picayune, November 10, 1974

4. Pie's a La Mode: Galvez, Pollock Aided Revolution, Times-Picayune, October 5, 1975

5. Pie's a La Mode: Holds Up Mirror to World of 1776, Times-Picayune, n.d.

6. Pie's a La Mode: Ten Questions on Revolution, Times-Picayune, n.d.

7. Pie's a La Mode: American Revolution Aided by France, Spain, Times-Picayune, n.d.

8. Pie's a La Mode: What Might Have Been Is Suggested, Times-Picayune, n.d.

9. American Revolution Aided by Orleanians, Times-Picayune, April 13, 1975

10. Patriots Became Smugglers to Avoid British Tariff Laws, Times-Picayune, July 12, 1975

11. Resolutions Against Crown Adopted by Souther Patriots, Times-Picayune, November 2, 1975

12. America of 1776 Seen as Feminine, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Louisiana and the American Revolution, St. Tammany News, June 18, 1975

14. Riches to Rags to Riches, Saga of a New Orleans Patriot, Clarion Herald, July 3, 1975

15. Galvez Ousts British from Mississippi Valley, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

16. Portrait of the Bicentennial's `Invisible Man' [Oliver Pollock], Dixie, December 14, 1975

17. UNO Presents: `Galvez'--New Orleans Own Bicentennial Movie, Dixie, February 8, 1976

18. They're Always Chasing `Signers' [of the Declaration of Independence], Dixie, December 12, 1976

19. Surrender at Baton Rouge, 1779, Exclusively at Goudchaux's...a limited edition of historic prints commemorating the only battle fought in Baton Rouge, during the American Revolution, Sunday Advocate, November 2, 1975

20. Place d'Armes [a musical Bicentennial offering, entitled Navy Spirit '76], Times-Picayune, May 20, 1976

Folder 3 SEAFOOD

1. The Clam Story (Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, May-June 1970)

2. Of Princely Pincers (Crabs, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, March-April 1970-2 copies)

3. Riches from The Sea (Crabs, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, July-August 1971)

4. Gourmet's Delight (Crawfish, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, March-April 1970-2 copies)

5. Aquanotes, Vol. 3, Issue 1, February 1974, The Crawfish Industry

6. Crawfish Culture, Mudbug Farming, Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (booklet, n.d.)

7. Louisiana Lobster? Don't Believe It, Southern Living, April 1976

8. The Louisiana Oyster Story, Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (booklet, 1962)

9. `Erysters' are everyone's cherce, Fat 'n salty, Wow!, Clarion Herald, August 9, 1973

10. The Louisiana Shrimp Story, Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (booklet, 1957)

11. Shrimp!, (Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, July-August 1969)

12. In Brackish Water, Fish Culture Studies in Louisiana, Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (booklet, 1969)

13. Bass Takes Over Toledo Bend, (Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, March-April 1970)

Folder 4 SLAVERY

1. Deep in Dixie: The Terrors of Pauline, Dixie, April 18, 1976

2. Slavery! On some plantations, times were good...But there was always the bad, States-Item, 2/28/78

3. Former Slaves Describe Their Newfound Freedom In Liberia, Times-Picayune, November 23, 2980

4. U. S. Slavery Evolves Into Issue of Race, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Historians Argue Over Slavery Benefits, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Before Civil War, Some Free Blacks Prospered, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976 (2 copies)

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BOX 5 Continued

Folder 5 STEAMBOATS

1. A New Queen for Old Man River [ Mississippi Queen], Times-Picayune, April 27, 1975

2. Long Live The Queen? [ Delta Queen], Dixie, August 6, 1972

3. History of a Famous Steamboat [ The Delta Queen: Last of the Paddlewheel Palaces, by August Perez and Associates, edited by Myron Tassin, Pelican], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. The Captains Streckfus, Dixie, October 16, 1977

5. Familiar Sight on Stream in About 1825 Was `Eagle', Times-Picayune, n.d.

6. Waitin' on the levee, waitin' for the . . . Natchez??, Clarion Herald, June 12, 1975

7. Steamboat's A-Comin', Churning water, gleaming brass, calliope concerts characterize life on the river, Discovery, n.d.

8. Picture Out Of Our Past: Natchez, Dixie, May 4, 1975

9. Moving into the World of Towboats, States-Item, January 17, 1976

Folder 6 STORYVILLE

1. Brief Look at Opulence, Decadence of Storyville, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

2. The Flesh Market: Storyville Spirit, with Us Still, Is More Visible Now, Times-Picayune, June 15, 1974

3. Norma Wallace Looks Back at Bawdy-House Days, Life and Loves as Madam Recalled, Times-Picayune, June 30, 1974

4. `Queen' of Dauphine Street Recalls Romances [Norma Wallace], Times-Picayune, July 1, 1974

5. Storyville, Today's Views Might Have Spared Houses, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Finding a Bellocq Treasure [photographer of Storyville prostitutes], States-Item, November 8, 1979

Folder 7 STREETCARS

1. Historic South, [St. Charles Streetcar Line], unidentified publication, n.d.

2. Streetcar Ride on St. Charles Is a Fun Trip for Tourists, Times-Picayune, November 25, 1973

3. Streetcars Are Coming Back!, Times-Picayune, February 11, 1979

4. Taking a Ride into N. O.'s Past, States-Item, June 6, 1977

5. Carrollton: `Cattle Browsed Undisturbed [picture of the New Orleans and Carrollton Railroad-streetcar], States-Item, October 27, 1975

6. Desire Streetcar: No Room, Times-Picayune, October 26, 1975

7. Group Beginning Publicity Campaign for Streetcars, Times-Picayune, n.d.

8. Trolley Ride in New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

9. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Streetcar Evolution, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Trolleys Treasured Still, Dixie, December 1, 1974 (5 copies)

11. On the Trolley, Dixie, 1975 (3 copies)

12. St. Charles Trolley Story, unidentified publication, n.d.

Folder 8 TOWNS

1. Commemorative Dates Are Noted [anniversary dates for towns around the state], Times-Picayune, n.d.

2. Louisiana Places, Oak Ridge [Morehouse Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. A History of the City of Monroe [Ouachita Parish] (2 page paper)

4. Louisiana's Healing Waters [Hot Wells, 16 miles west of Alexandria, Rapides Parish], Southern Living, March 1970

5. Canyon in Louisiana Is Small but Grand! [Longleaf Vista camping-hiking-nature trail spot in the Red Dirt Area of the Kisatchie National Forest in Natchitoches Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. They Climbed the Highest Mountain (in Louisiana) [Mount Driskill due south of Arcadia in Bienville Parish], Dixie, December 11, 1977

7. Saving Old Gretna [Jefferson Parish], Times-Picayune, April 4, 1976

8. Westwego Traditions Rooted in Colorful Lives of People [Jefferson Parish], States-Item, October 3, 1973

9. Manila Village: A Bayou `Town' That Disappeared [Jefferson Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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Folder 8 TOWNS Continued

10. Preservation: Weather, age taking toll on Creole Cottages of Grand Isle [Jefferson Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. Treasures of Grand Isle [Jefferson Parish], Dixie, September 15, 1974

12. LaPlace changes with its name [St. John the Baptist Parish], Times-Picayune, January 18, 1981

13. Battle Line Are Drawn on Bayou Benoit [Atchafalaya Basin levee in St. Martin Parish], Times-Picayune, April 6, 1975

14. Tourist Attractions, New Iberia [Iberia Parish] (paper)

15. '76 is Spirit in Thibodaux [Lafourche Parish], Clarion Herald, March 13, 1975

16. Picture Out Of Our Past: Ghost Town--Main Street in Bowie [Lafourche Parish], which existed from 1895 to 1917. This shot was taken during the Hymelia Crevasse of 1912, Dixie, October 24, 1976

17. Centennial Picnic [Paincourtville, Assumption Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. Lake Charles Officially Becomes Town [Calcasieu Parish], Lake Charles American Press, April 23, 1967

19. Lake Charles Looks at Its Past, Southern Living, n.d.

20. Steamin' into preservation battle [Slidell's 1913 Southern Railway depot, St. Tammany Parish], States-Item, May 15, 1974

21. Louisiana Places: Amite [Tangipahoa Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. Fate of Old Hotel is Still Uncertain [Casa de Fresa in Hammond, Tangipahoa Parish],

23. Death of a Louisiana Town [Ruddock, Tangipahoa Parish], Dixie, August 17, 1975

Folder 9 TOWNS--MISSISSIPPI

1. Natchez Landmark Hotel Closing Doors [Eola Hotel], Times-Picayune, November 24, 1974

2. Hoops, Hoopla Not Gone With Wind in Miss. [about pilgrimage], Times-Picayune, March 23, 1975

3. Saloon Lights Shining Again in Old Natchez-Under-the-Hill, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

4. Nature Reclaims Its Own in Miss. Ghost Towns [Logtown and Gainesville], Times-Picayune, December 8, 1974

5. Picture Out Of Our Past: Young residents of rural Logtown stop for a photo during a 1915 journey to nearby Gainesville in a buggy], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Easter Memory: Small Church Southern Town...and the Choir, Times-Picayune, March 26, 1978

7. The Promise Cost Him His Life, But Not Her Love [Flora, a few miles of Jackson], Times-Picayune, July 16, 1975

8. Storied Miss. Towns Link to the Past [Dr. G. H. Tichenor's home in Liberty, Mississippi where antiseptic was born], Times-Picayune, September 18, 1977

9. Merrill Memories [by E. B. "Uncle Ben" Taylor--in southeastern part where the Chickasawhay and Leaf rivers converge to form the Pascagoula River], Dixie, March 2, 1975

10. Pictures Out Of Our Past: Merrill [in southeastern part where the Chickasawhay and Leaf rivers converge to form the Pascagoula River], Dixie, April 20, 1975

Folder 10 TRANSPORTATION

1. Trains Call No More, But Depots Thrive, Times-Picayune, February 5, 1978

2. Thrills Galore on First Railroad, Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

3. Remoulade: Smoky Mary Loss Was End of Era, Times-Picayune, n.d.

4. Rails and the crisis: Part III, Commuter-line crunch, States-Item, January 31, 1974

5. Jefferson: Problems and Potential, The Hassle of Travel, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Deep in Dixie: The Great Mail Train Race, Dixie, April 20, 1975

7. Bicentennial Pilgrimage Discovers Southern Hospitality, Wagon Train Wheels Into Louisiana, Rural Louisiana, March 1976

8. Picture Out Of Our Past: 1909 photo of the Southern Express Company, Dixie, June 9, 1974

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Folder 11 URSULINE CONVENT

1. Louisiana Landmark, Footsteps in History: arrival of Ursuline Nuns to New Orleans in 1727, unidentified publication, n.d.

2. The Old Ursuline Convent--1114 Chartres Street (1 page paper)

3. The Ursulines' Now and Then, Dixie, April 24, 1977

4. There's Still Time to Visit Convent Before Renovation, Times-Picayune, November 11, 1973

5. Old Ursuline Convent Getting a Face-lift, Clarion Herald, June 13, 1974

6. Old Ursuline Convent-Archiepiscopal Residence, Catholic History Restored to Life, Clarion Herald, April 23, 1981

Folder 12 VOODOO

1. Voodoo Thrives Underground in N. O., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Marie's Gris-Gris, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

3. The Last American Witch, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen, Dixie, October 28, 1973

Folder 13 WAR OF 1812

1. More Troops Recruited, Martial Law Declared, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Day of 1815 Battle Began with Cannon, Musket Fire, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

3. It Happened Here on Another Jan. 8, Times-Picayune, January 8, 1978

4. Chalmette Cemetery Traces History, Times-Picayune, January 25, 1976

5. Battle of N. O. Marked in Jackson Square Rites, Times-Picayune, January 9, 1976

6. Revelry and Thanksgiving Followed the Battle of N. O., Times-Picayune, July 1, 1973

7. A Month of War at N. O., Times-Picayune, July 4, 1976

8. 1812 Revisited, States-Item, April 13, 1976

9. Military Parade Gets N. O. Battle Commemoration Into High Gear, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. PIE'S A LA MODE: Jackson Unaware that Battle was Over, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. Gen. Jackson Said Fearful of Attack at Any Minute, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. Enterprise Slips Quietly Down River in Darkness, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Gen. Jackson Asks Pirate to Become Aide de Camp, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. British Approach in 1814 Disturbing to Orleanians, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

15. British General Decides Upon Troop Embarkation, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. British Massing of Men Surprising to Defenders, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

17. Rumors Swirl; Opposing Forces Have Food Problem, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. A British View of the Battle of New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Convent's Battle Role Overlooked, Nuns Prayed for Jackson Victory, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. The Ship That Wasn't There, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. Prelude to Chalmette, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. Battle of N. O. Marked in Jackson Square Rites, Times-Picayune, n.d.

Folder 14 WATER HYACINTH

1. Water Hyacinth: A Disposal Plant, Dixie, March 2, 1975 (2 copies)

2. The Water Hyacinth Game!, unidentified publication, n.d.

3. Anti-lily Lasers, Clarion Herald, October 18, 1973

Folder 15 WATERWAYS

1. From a Ditch-Harvey Canal, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Canal's Capacity Must be Improved; Canal Has Come a Long Way Since Days as a Ship Channel [17 Street Canal], Times-Picayune, May 10, 1981

3. Sportsman's Special Feature: Lake Pontchartrain (brochure)

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Folder 15 WATERWAYS Continued

4. Pontchartrain Hides Long Lost Island, Banner, May 11, 1975

5. Okwa-ta -progress changed more than just the lake's name [Lake Pontchatrain], Banner, n.d.

6. Lost One Long Freshwater River in South St. Tammany Parish, Banner, December 11, 1974

7. The Seven Waters of St. Tammany Parish, Banner, December 7, 1975 (2 copies)

8. Return to Salt Bayou [east of Slidell], Dixie, October 6, 1974

9. After 65 Years of Inactivity, Bogue Chitto Project May be Killed, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Old River Louisiana Control Structures and Navigation Lock, 1964 (brochure-2 copies)

11. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (brochure-2 copies)

12. The View from the Hill [Red River Lock and Dam Project] (1 page paper)

13. Pictures Out Of Our Past: Pictures of Merrill, Mississippi flooded [in southeastern part where the Chickasawhay and Leaf rivers converge to form the Pascagoula River], Dixie, April 20, 1975 (2 copies)

14. The Louisiana Arts Traveler presents The Great River And Its Legacy [Mississippi River exhibit] (brochure)

Folder 16 WETLANDS AND SWAMPS

1. The Environment, La. Fights to Save Nature's Treasures, States-Item, June 6, 1977

2. Vanishing Wetlands: Earth's Most Productive Areas Disappearing at Alarming Rate, Times-Picayune, 1977

3. Lafitte Area Rare Pocket of Beauty, Times-Picayune, July 24, 1977

4. Shoring Up: Use of Windfall Revenues Urged to Fight Marsh, Coast Erosion, Times-Picayune, February 15, 1981

5. Salt Water Intrudes On Life in Marshlands, Times-Picayune, November 23, 1980

6. Louisiana's Disappearing Land, States-Item, n.d.

7. A Drive Through Marsh Country, Southern Living, n.d.

8. Monuments in the Marsh, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, July-August 1970

9. `One Last Frontier' [Louisiana Coast], Dixie, March 11, 1973

10. Treasures of Grand Isle, Dixie, September 15, 1974

11. -and They Call It Rabbit Island, Dixie, March 13, 1977

12. Louisiana Fishery, The Coastal Marshes, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1962 (pamphlet)

13. The Cheniers, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1963 (pamphlet-2 copies)

14. Nature of Louisiana's Coastal Area (paper)

15. Coastal Resources of Louisiana (paper)

Folder 17 WILDLIFE AND BIRDS

1. Gators Galore, 250,000 `Endangered' Reptiles Are Outgrowing Food Supply, Rural Louisiana, n.d.

2. Those Travelin' Teal, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, September-October 1970 (2 copies)

3. You Have To Talk Turkey, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, March-April 1970

4. He Must Walk The Marshes, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, November-December 1969

5. From Beyond the North Wind, Reprinted from the Louisiana Conservationist magazine, January-February 1970

6. Gray Fox; Flying Squirrel, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

7. Bluegill Sunfish; Muskrat, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

8. Eastern Cottontail Rabbit, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

9. Raccoon; Spotted Weakfish, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

10. Large-Mouth Bass; Bobwhite, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

11. Wild Turkey, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

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Folder 17 WILDLIFE AND BIRDS Continued

12. Mourning Dove, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

13. Wildlife Resources of Louisiana, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission

14. The Louisiana Nutria Story, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1962

15. Rockefeller Refuge: Haven For Wildlife, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1969

16. How to Build A Squirrel Den Box, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1962

17. Black Bear in Louisiana, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1962

18. The Birds and Their Feed, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1962

19. The Purple Martin Story, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1969

20. Louisiana Heron and Kentucky Warbler, Wings Over Rockefeller, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1969

21. Common Birds of Louisiana, Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, 1969

Folder 18 WOMEN

1. Her Job: Unraveling Mysteries of History [Ghislaine Pleasonton assistant curator at the Louisiana State Museum in the Presbytere], Times-Picayune, September 4, 1977

2. `Margaret' Spent Her Life Helping Orphans and the Poor, Times-Picayune, April 25, 1976

3. Confederate Ladies' Diaries Recall Pain, Woe of Civil War, Times-Picayune, October 16, 1977

4. Dedication Marks 250 Years of Catholic Education in Louisiana, Times-Picayune, May 4, 1975

5. First New Orleans Newspaper Woman Was Avid Crusader for Women's Jobs [Martha Smallwood Field], Times-Picayune, May 16, 1976

6. Strong-Willed Louise Newcomb Founded College as Memorial, Times-Picayune, February 29, 1976

7. Dedicated Contributor to N. O., Mrs. Friend Was Tireless Doer, Times-Picayune, April 18, 1976

8. French Quarter Was Love of Activist Elizabeth Werlein, Times-Picayune, May 9, 1976

9. She Was Read by Millions, Her Byline Was `Dorothy Dix' Times-Picayune, March 21, 1976

10. Dear Dorothy Dix, Dixie, December 16, 1973

11. The Actress and the Aviator: A Tale of Talent, Fame, Romance, Tragedy, Times-Picayune, October 24, 1976

12. Angele de la Vallette Planche, Pioneer Woman Exemplifies Southern Heritage of Dignity, St. Tammany News-Banner, 1976

13. Worn Pages on Old Doctor Book Tell Tales of Grandma's Life, Banner, April 30, 1975

14. Devoted Sisters Served City, Fought for Women's Suffrage [Kate and Jean Gordon], Times-Picayune, February 22, 1976

15. Silvering with age . . . The Beautiful Story of Aunt Sallie . . . alias `The Kid' [Sally Welch of a small community in St. Tammany], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. Frontier Woman in `Babylon' Mrs. [Andrew] Jackson Plain, Plump Pipe-Puffer, Times-Picayune, September 8, 1974 (3 copies)

17. Energetic, Forceful Baroness [Pontalba] Left Imprint on New Orleans, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1976

18. Madame John's Is Alive, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Bans Against Lady Doctors Couldn't Stop Sara Tew Mayo, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. Kingsley House's `Aunt Nell' Was Pioneer Social Worker, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. Leading Hostess Mollie Davis Created `French Salon in N. O.' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. The Exceptional Women . . ., States-Item, n.d.

23. Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen, Dixie, October 28, 1973

24. A Louisiana Woman Remembers When . . . D. W. Griffith, Was Her Director [D. D. Garber], Dixie, May 16, 1976

25. Henriette Delille's Dedication Aided City's Suffering Blacks, Times-Picayune, May 23, 1976

26. They Cared To Help Women `Who Cannot Be Crushed Into Beggery and Sin' Was CWE Goal [Christian Woman's Exchange], Times-Picayune, October 5, 1980

27. Daily Picayune Flourished with Woman's Leadership [Pearl Rivers], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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Folder 18 WOMEN Continued

28. How Sister Stanislaus Nursed Hospital Into the Modern Era, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

29. Irish Missionaries in N. O. Founded Teaching Community [Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St. Mary], Times-Picayune, March 14, 1976

30. Deep in Dixie: A Woman's Valor [Giquel], Dixie, December 8, 1974 (3 copies)

31. Deep in Dixie: The Diva [Minnie Hauk], Dixie, September 8, 1974

Folder 19 MISCELLANEOUS

1. You Can Cool It . . . by Fanning the Breezes of Nostalgia [article about fans], Times-Picayune, July 23, 1978

2. Tea Sets, Trains and Building Blocks-Toys, St. Tammany News, December 23, 1974

3. A Window Onto Early Louisiana [Diderot Encyclopedia, first encyclopedia ever published], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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Article

1. The Judah P. Benjamin Story: Relics of Three Careers, Dixie, April 29, 1973

2. A Special Kind of Haven [Carville], Dixie, October 7, 1973

3. The Faces of Avery Island, Houston Chronicle, texas magazine, June 21, 1970

4. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Louisiana Connection with Swedish [Bernadotte] Dynasty, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Pie Dufour's a la mode: Fall Festival Will Offer Fun and Chance to Help [Destrehan Plantation], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Spectre of Survival, Destrahan [Manor House] Rides Again, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Preservation Group Given Deed to Melrose Plantation, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. The [French] Quarter in the Twenties, Dixie, November 26, 1972

9. The Return of the Pelican, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Cluster of Treasures Along Cane River, Melrose Makes BIG List, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. Albert's Noo Awlins, Tourist Reactions, Dixie, August 6, 1972

12. Creole Thanksgiving [recipes], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. The Memory That Lingered On [About song Maryland, My Maryland], Dixie, January 21, 1973

14. Keeping the Saucer [New Orleans] Dry, Dixie, October 15, 1972

15. Picture Out of Our Past: Open canal with car in it; Carrollton's wooden structures and brick sidewalks, Dixie, n.d.

16. Deep in Dixie: And When The Coffin [Gov. Andre Bienvenu Roman] Was Opened, Dixie, November 19, 1972

17. Writer Recalls Long-FDR Clash, unidentified newspaper, April 20, 1971

18. 3,000 Wildflower Species Are Recorded in Louisiana, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Romance [of Amelia and Charles De Bar] Flows From Bottle Tossed Into River, [a note in a bottle asked the person who found it to write to her], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. Hurricane is Historic Enemy to N. O., Area Progress is Dependent Corps Project, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. Areas of Louisiana Abound in Indian Burial Grounds, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. Pitot House--Rescuing A Landmark, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Go Via The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

24. Jean Lafitte State Park Tour Shows Reclamation, Proposed Use of Site is Studied by Officials, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

25. PIE's A LA MODE: Preservation of Old Home is Goal [Destrehan], Times-Picayune, n.d.

26. Auction that was an epilogue to `Uncle Tom's Cabin' [Melrose], Clarion Herald, June 18, 1970

27. Cajun boucherie [hog butchering], Clarion Herald, January 28, 1971

28. A Gracious Landmark [Freret house], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

29. First Area in Louisiana to Be `Wilderness' Nears, Chandeleur and Breton Islands Set Aside, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1971

30. Madame John's Legacy Shaky, Times-Picayune, May 2, 1971

31. The Fire Chief's A River Captain [Monroe], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

32. Chalmette National Historical Park Louisiana (brochure, n.d.)

33. Picture Out of Our Past: New Orleans Parish Prison, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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Article

34. A Point of Honor [farewell visit to New Orleans of Marquis de Lafayette in 1825, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

35. One-Man Army [Lt. Col. I. D. Blair, CSA], Dixie, 1972

36. PIE's A LA MODE: More Memories of Old Days Given, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

37. Question: Who came first, Cajuns or those different Louisianians?, Clarion Herald (New Orleans), August 27, 1970

38. Deep in Dixie: Politics, Pistols and Print [September 26, 1886 gun duel between State Assessor Joseph Baker and Daily Item reporter Frank Waters], Dixie, June 21, 1970

39. A Matter of Talk [excerpt from manuscript, "A City of Character--In fact, A Whole Slue of 'em," by the Times-Picayune columnist Howard Jacobs about the adventures of double-talk wizard Lew "Papalew" Raymond, who founded the now defunct Raymond's Beach at St. Charles and Poydras, where the fight and write mobs gathered], Times-Picayune, June 28, 1970

40. Picture Out of Our Past: Emile M. Babst Sr., family

41. River Town That Grew Up [Donaldsonville], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

42. Vieux Carre Commission Broadens Views on New French Quarter Building, Add Category for Awards, Times-Picayune, August 22, 1971

43. New Orleans Views, Photograph of Spires of cathedral at dusk, Times-Picayune, n.d.

44. Deep in Dixie: Cooling It! [ice making machine invented by Dr. John Gorrie], Dixie, n.d.

45. Deep in Dixie: Exiles [from France led by Gen. Charles Lallemand with Gen. Antoine Rigau in March 1817 to the banks of Trinity River about seven miles from the Gulf of Mexico, to be called Champ d'Asile--Field of Asylum] and a Hurricane, Dixie, n.d.

46. Keeping Jazz for Tomorrow, Dixie, August 2, 1970

47. The Lost Village of Fala [between Bayous Pointe-aux-chenes and Lafourche in Lafourche Parish], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

48. Almost Any Block Has a New Delight [New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

49. Louisiana Lone Star [flag of West Florida Republic], Dixie, n.d.

50. Tags [car license plates] of History, Dixie, July 5, 1970

51. Charlie [Greer] The Mole (New Orleans' Character), Underground Innkeeper, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

52. Once-Splendid Mansion Is Crumbling Near Death [Seven Oaks in Westwego], Unidentified newspaper, 1970

53. Mardi Gras! New Orleans, brochure, 1959

54. Louisiana, booklet shaped like Louisiana, n.d.

55. Plantation Homes (pictures), n.d., new Governor's Mansion, Evangeline House, Evergreen, Rienzi, Three Oaks, Houmas House, Ormand, Hermitage, Oak Allen, Richland, Belle Alliance, Edward D. White, Madewood, Bayou Cottage at Madisonville, Ida Chapman home in Covington, Charles Read home in Covington

55. The Louisiana Tigers, brochure about Confederate soldiers, n.d.

56. Old State Capitol; New State Capitol, pictures, n.d.

57. Scenes of New Orleans: Canal Street at night; Mardi Gras; French Quarter; Mississippi River Bridge; Ferries, ships and barges on the Mississippi, n.d.

58. Maps: Indians of Louisiana, 1700; Major Rivers Lakes and Bayous; French Settlements in Louisiana; Forests, The Land, Agricultural Regions

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Article

59. Pictures: Louisiana State Seminary of Learning and Military Academy, 1866, For Maurepas (Old Biloxi), French Market, Louisiana Medicine College later Tulane University, 1890s

60. Saga of a Hurricane [Camille], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

61. [Hurricane] Camille. . . one year later the lady is still a tramp, Clarion Herald, August 13, 1970

62. Land of Louisiana Sugar Kings, National Geographic Magazine, April 1958

63. When Famous Folks Come to New Orleans [Marquis de Lafayette, Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, Sir Henry Morton Stanley, William Sydney Porter, Lafcadio Hearn, William M'Fee, Mark Twain, George W. Cable, Joel Chandler Harris, Dr. Francesco Antommarchi, Jenny Lind, Adelina Patti, William Makepeace Thackeray, Jefferson Davis, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Calvin Coolidge, Warren G. Harding, Herbert Hoover and many more], Times-Picayune, July 28, 1935

64. Fifty Years Ago, Excepting Its External Aspects, Carnival Brilliance Has Changed Little Since 1886, Times-Picayune, February 21, 1936

65. Bedlam Before the Show [Mardi Gras Den], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

66. Governor Villere Guessed Yellow Fever Origin in 1820, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

67. De LA Vergne - Villeré - Bermudez Families (four-page paper), n.d.

68. Historic Fort Macomb, Near Chef, Reclaimed, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

69. Orange Trees Fringe Lower Coast Drive, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

70. New Orleans Given Thrill in 1866 at Sight of First Horseless Car in World, Driver Turned Crank and Up-to-Date Citizens Were on Their Way, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

71. Patio Royal (brochure, n.d.)

72. School Children Decorate McDonogh Monument in Annual Tribute to Friend, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

73. Remains of Confederate Submarine's Forerunner Shown at Camp Nicholls, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

74. Ghost Mansion That Vanished Mysteriously [Clark's Mansion], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

75. Federal Project Would Give Work to Hundreds Here, Proposal Designed to Convert Battlefield Into Memorial, unidentified newspaper, 1934

76. The Rich Plush Curtains Gone With the Old French Opera, But Alive in Memory, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

77. When the "Daughter of the Confederacy" was Queen of Comus [Winnie Davis, daughter of Jefferson Davis], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

78. When a Bomb Exploded in Historic St. Louis Cathedral, unidentified newspaper, July 5, 1935

79. Queen of Voodoo Rites [Marie Leveau] Has Many Loyal Subjects Decades After Her Death, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

80. Jackson Square: Heart of the Old French Quarter, probably National Geographic Magazine, April 1958

81. Under Reconstruction, Occupation and Censorship, New Orleans Flashback, Times-Picayune, n.d.

82. Jefferson Davis' Pew Preserved in Chapel at Biloxi, Church of Redeemer Recognized as Southern Beauty Spot, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

83. Statue of Lee Stands at Top of Stone Shaft, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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Article

84. Maskers' Merriment Who Present the Greatest, Grandest Show of Mardi Gras and Why They Do, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

85. PIE's A LA Mode: Jackson Unaware That Battle Was Over, Times-Picayune, n.d.

86. Plunder Was Its Object [Battle of New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

87. Precious Relics of Confederacy Enshrined Here [Memorial Hall], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

88. Where Gulf Breezes Blow (pictures of gulf coast), unidentified newspaper, n.d.

89. Louisianans Tell Old Demands of `Black Code' in Slave Days, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

90. Three Federal Buildings Blend Beauty and Utility to Charm City's Visitors [Old Mint, Customhouse, Postoffice], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

91. Flags of Many Nations Fly on Vessels in Port, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

92. Historic Jackson Square Which Once Was New Orleans' Place d'Armes, Is a Magnet for Visitors, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

93. Steamboating--Then and Now, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

94. Honor Cannot Be Bought, Carnival King Cost Small, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

95. Aged Documents Help Locate Old Louisiana Fort Site [La Boulaye Built on River in 1700], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

96. Old Carnival Bids [invitations] Treasured by Former Debs; Olden Days of Carnival Recalled, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

97. Historic New Orleans, unidentified magazine, n.d.

98. Famous Trio May be Buried at Barataria [Napoleon Bonaparte, John Paul Jones, and Jean Lafitte], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

99. The Legend of L'lle Derniere, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

100. Mardi Gras Brings Fashion Parade, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

101. The Lafitte Country, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

102. Harvey Canal Put to Strange Uses, New Orleans States, November 16, 1933

103. Travel Beset With Grief Before Founding of City [New Orleans], Chaplain's Journal Shows, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

104. Ancient Map Used to Allure Investors to Valley [Louisiana], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

105. Bowie Knife Made Debut as Dueling Weapon on Mississippi River Sandbar [September 19, 1827], Times-Picayune, May 20, 1934

106. Women's Fury Sank `06 Krewe [of Consus], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

107. Explosion on Steamboat Louisiana Shocked All New Orleans [1849], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

108. Pere Antoine [Father Antonio de Sedella sent to New Orleans in 1789], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

109. Glories of Old Spanish Fort, Hotel, Amusement Recalled, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

110. Artisans Work Throughout Year on Revel [Mardi Gras] Tasks, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

111. Vision of Weeping Woman on Roof Seen by Residents of Vieux Carre, Nude Golden Ghost Stalks Roof, Building at Royal and St. Ann Scene of Appearance, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

112. Plan of New Orleans and Environs, 1855, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

113. Reproduction of an old engraving depicting an affair of honor under the oaks on the Allard Plantation, now City Park, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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114. How an Insult to Old Man River Was Expiated Under the Dueling Oaks, "There are rivers in Europe so large that the Mississippi is a mere brook in comparison," said the talkative Chevalier Tomasi--and an early New Orleanian promptly slapped his face, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

115. Weeks Hall [New Iberia], Colonial Home, Old Mansion Stands Amid Gardens Famous for Size and Beauty, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

116. New Orleans Ranks High in Famous First Facts, by Joseph Nathan Kane, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

117. Mardi Gras on Map Before New Orleans, Iberville Named Site Near Mouth of the Mississippi River `Pointe du Mardy Gras,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

118. Pushing a Courtyard Back a Century--That's What They Did in Vieux Carre, Native Ferns Poke Up Through Seams of Slave-Made Bricks in Restored Patio of Russes, 623 Boubon Street, unidentified newspaper, February 1936

119. Ancient Dungeon is Opened Under Cabildo's Stairs, Cell Believed Sealed for Century is Uncovered; Relics Found, Times-Picayune, n.d.

120. Scenes, Atmosphere Make City Artists' Mecca, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

121. A House, a Boat, a Crew--In Napoleon-Rescue Plan, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

122. A Plantation Home and Ole Man River, Classical Group of Grecian Architecture on Uncle Sam Doomed--A Picture from the Past, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

123. Picture of home in Mandeville

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1. One of First Ursuline nuns to come in 1717, Sister Marie Madeleine Hachard de St. Stanislaus's account of New Orleans in letters addressed her father, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

2. Plantation of the Month, Kate Chopin Home [in Natchitoches area], unidentified magazine, n.d.

3. Vue De LA Nouvelle Orleans EN 1719, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. New Orleans' First Christmas 216 Years Ago, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Louisiana Begins Harvesting Marvelous Yield of Soil, Some Typical Scenes on Plantations Throughout State as Gathering of Bounteous Crops Begins, Times-Picayune, October 9, 1932

6. 12th Night Revellers' History is Vague, Item-Tribune, January 5, 1930

7. View of Canal Street, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. Plantation of the Month, Catalpa [five miles north of St. Francisville in West Feliciana Parish], unidentified magazine, n.d.

9. Bird's Eye View of New Orleans in 1873 Shows a Well Established, Bustling City, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Plantation of the Month, Frances [four miles east of Franklin on U. S. 90 along lower Bayou Teche], unidentified magazine, n.d.

11. PIE'S A LA MODE: First Revolt in U. S. Flared Here in 1768 [Creoles of Louisiana rose up against Spanish Governor Antoinio de Ulloa], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. [Gilbert Antoine de] St. Maxent is Unsung La. Colonial Figure (came to New Orleans in his early twenties and before he died in 1794 at age 70 had amassed one of the greatest fortunes in Louisiana), unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. PIE'S A LA MODE: Storm of 1915, Other Events Recalled, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. PIE'S A LA MODE: Mardi Gras Fun Day to Let Off Steam, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

15. PIE'S A LA MODE: Du Pratz's History Should be Reprinted, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. PIE'S A LA MODE: Rex' Royal Colors Were Picked in 1872, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

17. The Pinkertons--In Search of Justice [Hennessy's assassination October 1890], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. They Came to the Bayous [Germans along Bayou Des Allemands], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Old Man River [Mississippi] Can go on a rampage, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. PIE'S A LA MODE: Iberville Biography is Definitive Study, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. The Names of Carnival, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. PIE'S A LA MODE: Book Tells About Trade in French La., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. The King's Indians [Indians given to King Louis XV of France in 1725], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

24. Lafitte's Trap, [fight with John Marotte over booty he stole from Lafitte in November 1820], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

25. A Fighting Dance Master ["Baby," defeated Indians in 1742], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

26. Fine Old New Orleans Mansions: The De Ronda Home, Now in Ruins, Widely Known as Packenham House, a few miles below New Orleans on the St. Bernard Road, unidentified newspaper, February 3, 1923

27. Conditions Declared to Necessitate Improvements Planned by Engineers; Property Owners to Vote on Sewer, Water Bond Issue, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

28. The Ursuline Convent Complex as it will look When Restored, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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29. Pictures: Scenes of New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

30. PIE'S A LA MODE: Mardi Gras Facts Offered to Readers, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

31. PIE'S A LA MODE: Proteus Was Sired by Poseidon, But Comus Caused Krewe to Form, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

32. PIE'S A LA MODE: Ingredients Set Our Parades Apart, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

33. Rex's 85th, Comus' 86th Parades Feature `Greatest Free Show,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

34. Give a Street a Bad Name [Burgundy Street between what are now Esplanade Avenue and Almonaster streets was known for half a century as "Craps Street," unidentified newspaper, n.d.

35. Fort Massachusetts' (on Ship Island) Biggest Battle [the waves of the Mississippi Sound], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

36. New Orleans Celebrates Big 1815 Victory Thursday; Pictures Which Tell of Battle of New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

37. New Orleans 65 Years Ago Seen in Old Files, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

38. The Story of Mardi Gras, unidentified magazine, n.d.

39. For the Aristocrats of New Orleans, Americans Are the `New People,' Creoles Recall the History of Their Villere Family, New York Times, March 1, 1964

40. PIE'S A LA MODE: Carnival Captain's Duties Described, unidentified newspaper, February 6, 1966

41. Sons of the South [P. G. T. Beauregard], Times-Picayune, May 16, 1965

42. Comus and Rex Jewelry Imported Duty-Free, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

43. Orleans Territory Digest of Law Reprint Available, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

44. `Descendants of Confederacy,' Mark 100th Year of Rebellion Against U.S. [in Americana, Brazil], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

45. Pilottown Storm Fury Recounted [Hurricane Betsy, September 9, 1965], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

46. PIE'S A LA MODE: New Copies of Rare War Book Published [William Miller Owen's In Camp and Battle with the Washington Artillery of New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

47. John M'Donogh, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

48. Newest Golf Course Expected to be Ready Labor Day, Show Progress of City Park Extension Development Tasks; Tangled Jungle Transformed by Welfare, ERA and PWA Funds' Help, Times-Picayune, n.d.

49. PIE'S A LA MODE: Some Questions People Ask About New Orleans Carnival, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

50. PIE'S A LA MODE: Ursuline Convent Ideal for '68 Exhibit [250th anniversary of the founding of New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

51. [Clarinetist Pete] Fountain Plans to Lead Walk [Half-Fast Walking Club Mardi Gras preceding Rex Parade]; Medallion for Fountain's Walking Club, Times-Picayune, n.d.

52. Honor of Being Carnival Queen `Costly But Worth It,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

53. PIE'S A LA MODE: Carnival Expansion Over Years Traced, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

54. River Views (pictures), unidentified newspaper, n.d.

55. Many Theories Describe History of Mardi Gras, Roots Date Back to 3,000 B. C., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

56. PIE'S A LA MODE: First Rex Parade Was Hurry-Up Affair, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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57. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Hermes, Jack-of-All-Trades of Olympus, in 25th Parade Tonight, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

58. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Proteus, Herdsman of Poseidon, Stages 72nd Parade Since 1882, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

59. Did You Know?, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

60. New Orleans Financial and Civic Leaders Pay For Carnival; They Know Its Worth To City, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

61. PIE'S A LA MODE: War of 1812 Treaty Signed 150 Years Ago, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

62. PIE'S A LA MODE: Lee and Jackson Put Duty First, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

63. PIE'S A LA MODE: Pakenham Had Sound Plan But Things Went Wrong for British, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

64. [Jackson] Barracks, Noted For Age, Also Noted Now For Newness, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

65. Louisiana's `Firsts,' [list of things that happened first in Louisiana], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

66. Bird Masque To Do Honor To Memory Of Audubon, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

67. The Basin Boys [Basin Canal], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

68. Schools, Colleges Boast Colorful History [in New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, 1934

69. Lafitte Legends Cling to Barataria, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

70. Old Fort Defenses of City Crumbling in Decay; Fort Macomb, Fort Jackson, Fort Pike, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

71. Benjamin Home Faces Destruction or New Life, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

72. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Comus' 87th Parade in 110 Years Will End Carnival Festivities, unidentified newspaper, February 22, 1966

73. King-Sized Cleanup [after Mardi Gras], Dixie, February 20, 1966

74. Here Come the [Jefferson City] Buzzards! The cities oldest marching club, Dixie, February 20, 1966

75. The Night Parades, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

76. New Orleans Had First U. S. Opera, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

77. PIE'S A LA MODE: Spain Sent Ulloa to Rule La. in 1766, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

78. City is no Stranger to Deadly Epidemics, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

79. Ebony Beings Drag Chains Over Majestic Staircase [Madame Lalaurie's Slaves Re-enact Tortures, Some Say, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

80. A Convention Between the United States of America and the French Republic [document stipulating the purchase price of $11,250,000 for the territory named in the Treaty of 1803 between United States and the French Republic]

81. Treaty of Friendship between Governor Louis Kerlerec of Louisiana and Chocktaw Indian Chief Okana Stolé dated February 1762

82. PIE'S A LA MODE: List of Carnival Highlights Given, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

83. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Pegasus Parades for Second Time After Wet Debut in 1966, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

84. No Matter Where You Look, Spirit of Mardi Gras Unmatched Anywhere, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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85. Ash Wednesday's Here, But Next Mardi Gras Only 385 Days Away, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

86. The Coins of Carnival, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

87. Wall-To-Wall People [Mardi Gras in the French Quarter], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

88. Booming Industry Grew from a Wee Bit of Rum [Tafia produced in New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

89. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Book Traces Worst Yellow Fever Year, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

90. `Angel' in the House Donates Rare Collection to Tulane [Joseph Merrick Jones Steamboat Collection, Donald T. Wright Collection], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

91. 1935 Mardi Gras Queens, unidentified newspaper

92. The Demise of a Drummer [George Williams's burial was Sept. 3, 1965], unidentified magazine, n.d.

93. Old-time largesse from Smoky Mary [train to Milneberg on Lake Pontchartrain], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

94. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: No Dull Moments on Mardi Gras For Carnival King for a Day, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

95. Scenes from a Jazz Funeral for George Lewis a clarinetist, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

96. The Las' Slo' Drag [Jazz Funeral of Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

97. PIE'S A LA MODE: Book Tells Story of Music in N. O. [ Music in New Orleans, by Henry A. Kmen], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

98. PIE'S A LA MODE: History by Jesuit Author Discussed [ Church and State in French Colonial Louisiana, by Father Charles Edwards O'Neill of Loyola University faculty], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

99. History of the Document [Treaty of Friendship between Governor Louis Kerlerec and Chocktaw Indian Chief Okana Stolé], unidentified publication

100. Restoring, Preserving Ursuline Convent Surely in Good Hands, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

101. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: They're Here, Folks, So Get Feet, Hands, Voice Ready for Action [Mardi Gras], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

102. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Babylon, Proteus Only Parades To Fall Victims of Snow Here, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

103. Canal Street Once Waterway, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

104. Why Mardi Gras Date Varies Told, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

105. PIE'S A LA MODE: Mule's Role in Past Carnivals Traced, Times-Picayune, n.d.

106. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Here's Reason King Freret Xii Rules Over Krewe's 15th Parade, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

107. Carrollton Section Has Special Charm, Old Courthouse Is Focal Point, unidentified magazine, n.d.

108. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: First Gift Offer for Museum in Old Ursuline Convent Made, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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109. Scenes of New Orleans: Meeting of the Louisiana Jockey Club at the Fair Grounds, The Old French Market on a Fall Sunday Morning, A Flood at Canal and Claiborne, The Mississippi at New Orleans, Firemen's Day Parade, 1883, Rex Parade on Canal Street, 1885, and May Day in City Park, April Showers, unidentified publication, n.d.

110. Proteus Introduced `Call-Out' to Carnival During 1893 Ball, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

111. Motto and Motive in Perfect Accord for Knights of Momus, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

112. Potpourri of Louisiana, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

113. PIE'S A LA MODE: Do You Remember the Good Old Days?, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

114. PIE'S A LA MODE: Here's What Made Good Old Days Good, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

115. Orleans Opera Has Great Heritage, `Tosca' Opens Tonight Amide Optimism, unidentified newspaper

116. Annual Revelry Confined to No Specific Group [Mardi Gras], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

117. Jackson Statue, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

118. Study of Vieux Carre Architecture Cited, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

119. Beginning of Another Era [Orleans Ballroom Restoration], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

120. Picture of The Bards of Bohemia [Mardi Gras], New Orleans States-Item

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1. A Century on the Bayou Banks [Our Lady of the Rosary Church situated at the junction of Bayou Lafourche and the Intracoastal Canal], Clarion Herald, September 13, 1973

2. The Cabildo was saved just in time, Clarion Herald, May 14, 1970

3. Restoration of Destrehan Plantation House is Goal, Times-Picayune, November 17, 1969

4. Louisiana Historical Society--Recording Yesterday For Tomorrow, Dixie, October 18

5. Crash Course on the Cabildo [school group tour], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Enter Roger-The-Lodger [excerpt from manuscript, "A City of Character--In fact, A Whole Slue of 'em," by the Times-Picayune columnist Howard Jacobs about the didoes of Roger-the-Lodger, who trapped sparrows and converted them into gorgeous tropical birds for sale to gullible housewives.], Dixie, November 1, 1970

7. Fort Pike has seen a lot of history made, The Wednesday News, Progress Edition, July 12, 1972

8. How Mandeville was Founded, The Wednesday News, n.d.

9. Lake Charles, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. The Railroad [New Orleans & Mobile Railroad] and The Borer, Dixie, October 25, 1970

11. Confederate Museum--Story of Results, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. Elegant Bits of Past Found in `Lower Garden District,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Friends to Rescue of Old Area? [Lower Garden District], Times-Picayune Real Estate Edition, n.d.

14. Article in French, Le Devoir, 14 December 1968

15. Seven Oaks Last Chance?, Dixie, May 14, 1972

16. [Lake Charles] Museum by the Sallier Oak, Dixie, June 11, 1972

17. 26 Years Have Gone by Since The First Days of Dixie Roto, Dixie, May 7, 1972

18. John Slidell. . .Statesman, Patriot, Political Leader, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Historic [New Orleans Collection] and Unheard-of, Dixie, June 18, 1972

20. Seven Oaks, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. Something Old Has Been Added. . . to Jackson Barracks, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. Dat Clovis One Smart Ole Crawfish, Yah [series of children's books created by Mary Alice Fontenot and published by Claitor's Book Store in Baton Rouge], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Cajun Country Blacksmith [Saul Guidroz of Carencro, Dixie, October 18, 1970

24. Pictures of above the ground tombstones, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

25. Manresa: Retreat of Solitude, Dixie, October 11, 1970

26. Deep in Dixie: The Kingfish and The Boss, Dixie, November 1, 19__

27. PIE'S A LA MODE: Bienville's Big Bluff Mentioned in Book, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

28. Deep South Tradition--All Saints' Day, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

29. The Man Who Was Mandeville--Marigny, Progress Edition, July 12, 1972

30. Fish Hatchery Rd. displays `O. O. L. Shrine' [Lourdes] & `Upside Down Tree,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

31. Perique Tobacco with a Cajun Twist, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

32. When Grandmaw was a bride...and grandpaw full of pride [Rural Life Museum], Clarion Herald, June 15, 1972

33. Inferno in the Gulf, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

34. Hotel Dieu Yesterday, Today, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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35. Wildlife-treasure, resource, sport . . . [Terrebonne Parish], Clarion Herald, November 27, 1969

36. Traditions of Carnival, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

37. Pictures Out of Our Past: Corner Club Parade, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

38. Mandeville Preserves Southern Heritage, Clarion Herald, April 2, 1970

39. Marrero, Where a mile-long plant uses the unique cellulose Bagasse, Clarion Herald, March 12, 1970

40. That Castle on the Lake [Martello Castle], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

41. Death Notices on the Teche, Dixie, March 1, 1970

42. Deep in Dixie, The Charivari, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

43. Rosedown Plantation and Gardens, brochure, n.d.

44. Huey Long Biography, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

45. Picture: New Orleans and All That Jazz. . .and memories, Dixieland Hall, 1967, ERA Productions, Inc.

46. Plantation of the Month, Catalpa [five miles north of St. Francisville in West Feliciana Parish], unidentified magazine, n.d.

47. Balls, Booze, Broads & Beads, unidentified magazine, n.d.

48. Picture: Rex, King of Carnival, 1969, is greeted by Mayor and Mrs. Victor H. Schiro at Gallier Hall, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

49. Pictures: City of New Orleans, 1968-1969, Annual Report

50. Pictures: Revetment, Dredging, Dikes, unidentified magazine, n.d.; Dixie, November 1, 1964

51. Just for Kicks--Ups and Downs, Dixie, July 27, 1969

52. Cabildo Gifts--A Look Into Yesterday, Dixie, July 6, 1969

53. The Old Mint: Ageing, but Inspiring, Dixie, August 24, 1969

54. Old Boatmen Grow Blase to Quirks of River, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

55. Lafitte Was Child of N. O. Couple, Records Reveal, New Orleans States, March 5, 1933

56. The Old French Opera House, New Orleans' Pride, Dixie, September 14, 1969

57. The Friends of the Cabildo, Dixie, September 14, 1969

58. One Hundred Years--[Israel House restoration, 1331 First St.], Dixie, September 14, 1969

59. Picture Out of Our Past: 1919 picture of the intersection of Canal and North Rampart streets, Dixie, October 12, 1969

60. Audubon's Happy land--Oakley Plantation, Dixie, October 12, 1969

61. Deep in Dixie: Diplomatic Challenges [Pierre Soule, U. S. senator], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

62. PIE'S A LA MODE: New Long Biography Monumental Work [Huey Long by T. Harry Williams], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

63. Picture Out of Our Past: St. Roch Campo Santo (cemetery), Dixie, October 26, 1969

64. A Duel Over Divas [Bozonier-De Coppens duel in 1858], Dixie, October 26, 1969

65. The Rebels' Prince [Camille Armand Jules Marie, Prince de Polignac], Dixie, October 19, 1969

66. A Wedding In Jeopardy [Wedding between Sallie, ward of Mr. Dix, owner of Bralston Plantation and the son a rich Owens family from upstate Mississippi], Dixie, June 29, 1969

67. The Potpurri that is Decatur Street, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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68. PIE'S A LA MODE: Other Critical Times in N. O. History Noted, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

69. Picture Out Of Our Past: Logs being loaded onto a flatcar on tramway of Native Lumber Co. owned by L. N. Dantzler, Dixie, November 9, 1969

70. Deep in Dixie: A Two-Legged Medicine Chest [Virginia Moon with quilted shirt and petticoats crammed with 40 bottles of morphine, seven pounds of opium and a quantity of camphor], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

71. Monster Hurricane Caused Disaster in 1856, Isle Derniere Split Asunder, Times-Picayune, August 21, 1969

72. Locality Map, Atchafalaya Basin Floodways, Corps of Engineers brochure

73. The Skipper's Warning [Roaring Jack and Natchez-Under-The-Hill, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

74. PIE'S A LA MODE: Watson's Journal [of 1804] Tells of Early N. O., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

75. River Water Meets City's Mr. Clean [water purification] Plant, Clarion Herald, June 26, 1969

76. An Ideal Excursion, Chalmette National Park, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

77. New Orleans Flashback, About This Time in 1869: Carpeting Rule, Times-Picayune, n.d.

78. Picture: The Rex Special, A Streetcar Named Desire, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

79. Picture Out Of Our Past: The Milkman, the Labourie dairy delivery wagon, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

80. Complete History of New Orleans Declared Unwritten, Library Treasures Prove Charge, Says Collector, Linguist, 20,000 original, authentic documents indicated as Charles L. Thompson delivers challenges, All phases of life long ago covered, Native of city who began amassing material when boy boasts transcripts of royal decrees, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

81. Behind the Scenes at a Carnival Ball, Clarion Herald, February 13, 1969

82. Steamboat `Round the Bend, Times-Picayune, October 1, 1944

83. Was Madame Lalaurie of Haunted House Victim of Foul Plot?, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

84. PIE'S A LA MODE: More Insights Into Early N. O. Life Cited, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

85. Marker Placed on Plantation [Uncle Sam], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

86. Types of Currency Used by Nation During 1837, Specimens of rare paper money in circulation in various periods in history of the United States, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

87. Facts About Chalmette Monument and Its Caretakers, The LA Society of U. S. D., 1776 and 1812 (booklet)

88. New Orleans, Paris on the Mississippi, by Chuck Davis (booklet)

89. Huey Long Victim, Lake Charles American Press, April 23, 1967

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1. Indian Romance [Simon Burney and Peggy Allen], Dixie, August 6, 1967

2. Entertainment: This is the Napoleon House, unidentified magazine, n.d.

3. Deep in Dixie: Sang pour Sang [Natchitoches, October 1731], Dixie, May 20, 1973

4. It's Time to Recount History, Stop the Clock, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. The Changing Choctaws, Dixie, September 30, 1973

6. PIE'S A LA MODE: Historians Need No `Brushing Up,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Harvest Time [oranges] in Plaquemines, Dixie, December 17, 1972

8. Envision Life for Old Ormond [near Destrehan], Old Plantation House and 18 Acres to be Preserved in Midst of Change, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

9. Cypress Log Relic of Fort [de la Boulaye], 272-Year-Old Wood is Historic Souvenir, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

10. Pictures: Medical instruments, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

11. Heritage Trail [Bates], Mandeville Bantam, August 8, 1973

12. Remoulade: Thrill of West End Trolley is Cherished, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Around the Belt, A Notebook of New Orleans Happenings by Bonnie Crone, unidentified magazine, n.d.

14. Mardi Gras Beauty Contest, unidentified magazine, n.d.

15. History, The Louisiana Lottery, unidentified magazine, n.d.

16. St. Mary's, The Sad Shrine of the Irish Channel, New Orleans, August

17. Pictures of buildings built by James Gallier, Jr., Dixie, April 9, 1972

18. Henry Hobson Richardson, architect born in New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Restoration [House at 820 Royal Street], Dixie, April 9, 1972

20. Escape to the Steamboat Era [Pictures of steamboats and models], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

21. Crawfish is State `Folk-Hero,' Times-Picayune, April 20, 1971

22. Gonzales Jambalaya Fest Has All Ingredients of Fun, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Heritage Museum Brings Tourists to Loreauville, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

24. Little Shrimp/Big Market, Clarion Herald, September 16, 1971

25. The Tangipahoa River. . .Where Nature Lives, Dixie, January 10, 1971

26. New Orleans in the pages of Literature, Dixie, September 12, 1971

27. Young Audiences [Leonard Bernstein Concerts], Dixie, September 12, 1971

28. Delta Festival Ballet, Dixie, September 12, 1971

29. Le Petit Theatre Du Vieux Carré, Dixie, September 12, 1971

30. Friends of the Cabildo, Dixie, September 12, 1971

31. Crescent City Fine Arts, Dixie, September 12, 1971

32. New Orleans Opera House Association, Dixie, September 12, 1971

33. Gallery Circle Theatre, Dixie, September 12, 1971

34. New Orleans Ballet Foundation, Dixie, September 12, 1971

35. Friends of the N. O. Public Library, Dixie, September 12, 1971

36. Repertory Theatre, New Orleans, Dixie, September 12, 1971

37. Pharmacy Museum, Aspirin to Voodoo, Clarion Herald, January 11, 1973

38. Around the Belt, A Notebook of New Orleans Happenings by Bonnie Crone, unidentified magazine, n.d.

39. Louisiana's Five Great Gardens

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40. New Orleans Art Association, Dixie, September 12, 1971

41. Concert Choir of New Orleans, Dixie, September 12, 1971

42. Community Concert Association, Dixie, September 12, 1971

43. Fountainbleau: unidentified newspaper, n.d.

44. New Orleans Friends of Music, Dixie, September 12, 1971

45. New Orleans Opera Guild, Dixie, September 12, 1971

46. New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Dixie, September 12, 1971

47. Puppet Playhouse, Dixie, September 12, 1971

48. New Orleans Music and Drama Foundation, Dixie, September 12, 1971

49. Bernhardt in Louisiana, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

50. Salt and Pepper, Oil and Birds [Avery Island], unidentified magazine, n.d.

51. Picture Out Of Our Past: Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

52. Picture Out Of Our Past: Bugling Sam DeKemel, the Waffle Man; Parish Prison, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

53. PIE'S A LA MODE: Gov. Claiborne Was Third Choice, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

54. PIE'S A LA MODE: Historical Drama Plans Progressing [Louis Juchereau de St. Denis in Natchitoches], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

55. PIE'S A LA MODE: Exhibition at LSU Has Rare Works ["Sail and Steam in Louisiana Waters," at Anglo-American Art Museum in the Campanile, September 19], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

56. Murals of Louisiana [at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum in Shreveport], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

57. Grand Isle: A Melancholic Mood, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

58. Bagasse, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

59. Group Will Honor Early Clockmaker, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

60. Fair Grounds Born During Reconstruction Days, Times-Picayune, November 23, 1971

61. Monarchist Took Inaugural Victory, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

62. Square [French Quarter] Hippies, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

63. Two Bucks on the Favrit [horse racing], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

64. Diamond Jim's [Moran] Gems, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

65. Picture Out Of Our Past: Dredge Dixie, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

66. Center of Louisiana Has Only Active Water Spa, Times-Picayune, April 20, 1971

67. The General's Guide [Col Abel D. Streight's guide, Emma of Tuscumbia, AL], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

68. End of an era in Louisiana [Carriage making by Edwin Bernard], Clarion Herald, August 29, 1968

69. End of an era: The Delta Queen, Clarion Herald, June 11, 1970

70. Indian folklore in the bayoulands, Clarion Herald, June 10, 1971

71. A Trip into Nostalgia [Steamer President], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

72. Operatic Tradition in N. O. Traced, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

73. The Best of Many Lands [New Orleans], Clarion Herald, November 5, 1970

74. One Answer to the Lafitte Riddle, Dixie, January 2, 1972

75. Below the Canal: A Date with Destiny [St. Bernard Parish], Clarion Herald, October 7, 1971

76. Rising Above Hurricane Danger [Building homes above ground in Plaquemines Parish because of flooding from Hurricanes, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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77. PIE'S A LA MODE: Gubernatorial Races of Past Are Recalled, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

78. Antonio: Wizard of the Old Cathedral, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

79. Picture of Miss Stella Demoruelle, Consus first Mardi Gras queen, February 12, 1897, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

80. Down Memory Lane in Algiers, Dixie, December 5, 1971

81. What Monuments See, Dixie, December 5, 1971

82. Reflections of New Orleans [Artist Xavier de Callatay drawing mural for Greater New Orleans Tourist and Convention Commission at American Legion Hall], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

83. What's in the Bag [Mardi Gras Ball favors], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

84. PIE'S A LA MODE: New Civil War Book Fills Need [E. B. "Pete" Long's The Civil War Day by Day], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

85. Doubloons: Art for the People, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

86. dum vivimus vivamus [Momus Mardi Gras Parade], Clarion Herald, February 10, 1972

87. Picture Out of Our Past: [Algiers Volunteer Fireman's Parade in 1887 showing new steam pumper Morgan III], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

88. PIE'S A LA MODE: Library [N. O. Public] Publishes Bibliography on La., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

89. Crowded Tombs Provide Quiet, Melancholy Mood, A Tree Grown in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, Times-Picayune, February 27, 1972

90. The Captain [Director of the Carnival Krewe], Dixie, February 21, 1971

91. New LSU Dental School--It's Fabulous!, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

92. Discalced [barefooted] Carmelites to Leave Old Monastery in New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

93. The Carmelites: Penance, prayer, silence, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

94. New Orleans, Lady in the Huber Mirror, Clarion Herald, December 23, 1971

95. The City of Dreams by Irwin St. John Tucker, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

96. The Cemetery That Was a Race Track, Dixie, June 11, 1972

97. Our Unprotected Paradise [Ship, Horn and Petit Bois Islands of the Mississippi coast, and Santa Rosa Island and Perdido Key off the Florida coast trying to be put under the Wilderness Act], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

98. Ballots of Bullets [warfare between rival political factions in New Orleans in early June 1858], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

99. L'Union Francaise [French Union School] Soon Will Mark Its 100th Year of Community Service, Times-Picayune, September 24, 1972

100. History, Mutiny on Cat Island, unidentified magazine, n.d.

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1. Historic--Old New Orleans, La. (booklet)

2. Picture: Evergreen Plantation, unidentified magazine, n.d.

3. Touro Infirmary Records, Musty With Age, Found, Original Hospital Registry Book, Dated in 1855, Discovered, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

4. Fighting Man is Hero of New Book on River [ Mike Fink, King of Mississippi River Keelboatmen, by Walter Blair and Franklin J. Meine], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

5. Merry Moods of Carnival--Then and Now, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

6. Plaquemines Played Major Role in Early La. History, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

7. Students' Celebration Gave Carnival Its Start, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

8. Picture: French Market Butchers Stall 1895

9. Picture: Graceful archway frames Fort Pike parade grounds

10. Fort Macomb: Crumbling Military Relic, unidentified newspaper, November 8, 1964

11. Ancient Military Defenses Dot Countryside Near City, , unidentified newspaper, n.d.

12. Scenes of New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

13. Legend of Slave Bell Revived by Writer of Texas [Bernard de Marigny's home, Fontainebleau], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

14. Rich in Beauty and Lore, Louisiana Parishes Hold Many Interesting Sights, Land of the Teche, Subtropical Gardens Are Lure to Tourists, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

15. Oak Alley [St. James Parish] Old, New, Stewart Home Rare Sight, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

16. CWA Workers Bring Ancient New Orleans History To Light, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

17. Coffee Drinking Honored Custom in New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

18. Dressed Doll Perpetuate Memory of Many Famous Women, Past Live Once More in Miniature Procession of Notable Daughters of Louisiana, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

19. Costumes of Years Long Gone Restored by Patient Student, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

20. Shreveport to Observe Hundredth Anniversary, Times-Picayune, May 26, 1935

21. Orleanians Slow to Don Formal Dress, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

22. King Zulu To Throw Cocoanuts as he Struts Along Parade Route, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

23. Data Collected on Historic Archbishopric, The Ursulines Here Prayed for `Old Hickory' and His Men Engaged in the Battle of New Orleans; Construction Begun in 1827, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

24. Sunrise and Easter Morning on a Louisiana Plantation, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

25. Many Type Craft Mingle in Harbor Panorama in City, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

26. Cabildo--Memorial of Past, Its Steps Traversed by Such People as Louis Philippe of France, Marquis de Lafayette, Henry Clay, Grand Duke Alexis, General U. S. Grant, Theodore Roosevelt and Others, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

27. Arrival of Ursulines in N. O. Is Recalled, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

28. Visit to Comus Started in 1882, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

29. Lilting Song Dedicated to Gay Duke, Royal Russian [Alexis Romanoff] Feted by City on Mardi Gras [If Ever I Cease to Love], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

30. "Bellechasse," Now Safe, Becomes Reminiscent, Old Judah Benjamin Home Recalls Days of its Splendor as it Prepares for Visitors, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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31. Boats of Many Shapes and Types That Ply New Orleans Waterways, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

32. PIE'S A LA MODE: Here's Rare History for Collection [ An Historical Narrative and Topographical Description of Louisiana and West-Florida], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

33. When Rex Rode The Robert E. Lee At New Orleans Mardi Gras, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

34. Picture: King and Queen of Comus Survey Their Brilliant Court, unidentified magazine, n.d.

35. Picture: Mississippi's Serpentine Twists Tell Why New Orleans Is Called the Crescent City, unidentified magazine, n.d.

36. New Orleans Beautiful Parks Maintained at Low Cost, Outlay Per Acre on City's Parks Below Average for American Municipalities, Times-Picayune, n.d.

37. Old Forts Lure Visitors, A Tour of Old Southern Forts a Romantic Excursion Into the Past--Scenes of Beauty and Relics of Ancient Battles the Object of Many Pilgrimages, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

38. Mums, A New Orleans Tradition, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

39. Chalmette Park Near, Bill is Before Congress, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

40. N. O. Villains Pursuing Girls Are Foiled, Item-Tribune, January 5, 1930

41. Charity Hospital's First Charter Discovered, Quaint Regulations Pertinent Now, or Impertinent, As Long Seeks $8,000,000 for Building, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

42. French Dueling Code, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

43. Who Gets the $1,000,000 Fortune Hoarded by the Belle [Mrs. Ida E. Wood] of the 60's?, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

44. Deep in Dixie: The First Showboat [Will Chapman], Dixie, December 3, 1967

45. When a Network of Bayous Spread Over New Orleans and Broadmoor Had a Lake, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

46. Tickets from Famous Louisiana Lottery

47. They'll Talk About the '63 Snow, Clarion Herald, January 9, 1964

48. Picture Out Of Our Past: John McDonogh Monument unveiled December 29, 1898, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

49. Old Whitey [horse captured from a Mexican officer and used by Gen. Zachary Taylor as his charger], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

50. Containing the Mighty Mississippi, Dixie, april 27, 1969

51. Orleans Pioneers Suffered Hardships, City's Founding Is Reviewed, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

52. High Society's Manners Arrived with Marquis [de Vaudreuil], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

53. River Took Over Canal Street in 1849, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

54. N. O. Has Seen Rise, Ebb of Many Art Movements, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

55. Infant City Stresses Education, Schools Nearly as Old as N. O., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

56. The [St. Joe-Joe McCarron] Brick Man, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

57. Jean Lafitte Began Rise to Pirate Fame in 1803, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

58. Hearn, Whitman and Cable Forefront of N. O. Heritage, Times-Picayune, n.d.

59. Sketch Accompanying Report to Napoleon, Times-Picayune, n.d.

60. Orleans Was Stepchild in French Dominion, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

61. Exchange's History ells Story of Cotton Here, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

62. Date of First N. O. Horse Race Lost in Antiquity, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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63. Lee Circle Old Landmark, Long History Began in 1806, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

64. River Settlers' Problem, Bridges, Boats Used on Water, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

65. City Ordinance Just Winked at Vice, District Set Up, Named `Storyville,' unidentified newspaper, n.d.

66. Many Boats Seen Here, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

67. No Madame John, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

68. Sugar Cane Industry Has Been Agricultural Mainstay, Audubon Park Site of First Harvest, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

69. New Orleans Boosted by Napoleon Bonaparte, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

70. Gen. Jackson Left Impression, City Continues to Honor Hero, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

71. Rail Service Began in 1832, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

72. Irish Channel, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

73. Many Died in Orleans Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1853, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

74. Louisiana Purchase is Recalled, Times-Picayune, n.d.

75. Fashion Pendulum Swings, Times-Picayune, n.d.

76. 19th Century Hotels Are Well Known, Visitors Spent Months in City, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

77. The Captain [Director of the Carnival Krewe], Dixie, February 25, 1968

78. Water Transportation Key to City Growth, Heavy Traffic on Mississippi, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

79. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Water, Water, Everywhere Often Plagues Poseidon's Son Proteus, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

80. Jazz Most Prominent of City's Musical Genre, Original Art Form of U. S., Times-Picayune, n.d.

81. `Dixie' Originated Here [New Orleans], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

82. History of City Street Names Long, Colorful, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

83. First U. S. Ice Works Here Back in 1868, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

84. `Bienville Aide' Recalls Spring Beauty of Crescent Site, How Bienville Selected Strategic Location Told, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

85. Deep in Dixie: When Krewes Clashed, Dixie, February 25, 1968

86. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: It's Here: Greatest Free Show on Earth for Subjects of Rex, Comus, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

87. Yankee Attack on Orleans Left Mark During Civil War, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

88. Carnival Season Terminology is Language All Its Own, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

89. Picture: Cochon De Lait [Pigs barbecued on outdoor fires at Mansura, La.], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

90. Law Enforcement Here Traced, Military Units First Used, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

91. Tiny Spanish Fort Once Figured in Port Defense, Times-Picayune, n.d.

92. Orleans Carnival Heritage Is Traced, Search Drives One Into Maze, Open Doors, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

93. First Catholic Newspaper in New Orleans was "le Propagateur Catholique," first published Nov. 13, 1842, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

94. State's Transfer from France to Spain Caused Uproar, Ulloa Raised Colonists' Ire, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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95. N. O. Past Includes Cultural Glories, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

96. Of Cabbages--And Things [Farmer's Market], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

97. PIE'S A LA MODE: Irish Made Mark on History of City, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

98. `Americaine' Area Lagged Until 1820s, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

99. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Good Old Days of Four Parades, Drawn by Garbage Wagon Mules, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

100. French Market Has Long History, Once Indian Trading Spot, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

101. Remoulade: Carnival Ph. Ph. D. Degrees Are Awarded, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

102. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Police Department's Finest Hours Come During Carnival, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

103. PIE'S A LA MODE: Mardi Gras Greatest Free Show on Earth, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

104. PIE'S A LA MODE: Mardi Gras Crowd Greatest in History, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

105. New Orleans Received Charter for Government in 1805, City Founded in 1718 Spring, Times-Picayune, n.d.

106. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Hermes Depicts Bienville's Life On City Founder's 288th Birthday, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

107. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Carnival Pace Quickens with Nine Parades Due on Weekend, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

108. Orleans Was Once Two Separate Cities, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

109. Enduring Native Architecture Boosts New Orleans Fame, Forts Guarded Original Town, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

110. Good Friday, 1788, Fire Probably Orleans' Worst, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

111. Mythology Basis for Krewe Tags, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

112. Royal Gems Enter N. O. Duty-Free, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

113. Flag Hauled Down, City Defies Union, Won't Surrender (an account of the occupation of New Orleans by Union forces during the Civil War as the States-Item might have reported it on April 29, 1862), unidentified newspaper, n.d.

114. Mardi Gras Is Part of City's Heritage, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

115. PIE DUFOUR'S A La Mode: Forthcoming Book Describes Louisiana's Land and People [ Louisiana: Its Land and People, by Fred B. Kniffen], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

116. Algiers: Bridge Ends Decades of `Separate' Status, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

117. Statistics Place Orleans With Leading U. S. Cities, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

118. How to Live in New Orleans: Enjoy Yourself, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

119. Orleans Strikes High Note in Musical History of U. S., unidentified newspaper, n.d.

120. The Port: Key to N. O. Prosperity Through 250 Years, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

121. Politics: Long a Favorite Pastime, Often Dirty, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

122. Religion Has Deep Roots in Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

123. Battle of New Orleans--Reported in 1968 Style, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

124. New Orleans Is Toasted With Big Drink of Water [Mississippi River flowing by], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

125. Day of 1815 Battle Began with Cannon, Musket Fire, Times-Picayune, April 16, 1968

126. Lessons for a Queen [of Carnival 1968], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

127. Fashion Is Early Tradition Here; Finery Nothing New, States-Item, n.d.

128. N.Y. Claims Seniority; N. O. Fifth Oldest Major U. S. City, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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129. Many Literary Works on N. O. History Available, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

130. La. Lottery Called Colossal Concern, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

131. `Golden Era' Lasted 60 Years, New Orleans Stage Was America's Best, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

132. Take a Chance? Orleanians Can't Resist It, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

133. PIE'S A LA MODE: Role of Germans in N. O. History Told, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

134. PIE'S A LA MODE: Bienville's Year of Service Tracked, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

135. New orleans, 1843--It Was Something Like This, Grand Sight Was Levee in Old City, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

136. Carnival Key Part of N. O. History, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

137. Marching Club Treks Usually Family Affairs, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

138. Fat Tuesday Date Set by Catholic Calendar; Rex Cost Is Nominal--Ex-Captain, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

139. New Orleans' Riverfront Progress Is Noted by Comparing Events, Flatboats Were Once Feature, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

140. PIE'S A LA MODE: Some `Firsts' Culled from City's History, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

141. Land Squabble! [Bayou Boeuf], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

142. PIE'S A LA MODE: Sauvole [man Iberville put in charge of Fort Maurepas when he returned to France] Mystery Man of La. History, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

143. PIE'S A LA MODE: State's Geography Is Subject of Book [ Louisiana: Its Land and People, by Fred B. Kniffen], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

144. Remoulade: `The Mole' Is Gone, But Not Forgotten, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

145. White Man's Weapon? [kettledrum], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

146. Plantation Gold [Gold coins dated 1850-1861 found on plantation in Arkansas], unidentified newspaper, n.d.

147. Pictures and Memorabilia, unidentified magazine, n.d.

148. New Orleans Portraits, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

149. Dreaded Disease Killed 9,000, Epidemic of Yellow Fever Brought Disaster in 1853, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

150. N. O. Plays Key Role in Medicine, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

151. Paul Tulane's New Orleans, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

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1. Etc. 1976-1982; Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana., Inc.

2. PAR Analysis, 1960, January, March, April, September-November

3. PAR Analysis, 1961, January-April, October-December

4. PAR Analysis, 1962, January, February, April, November, December

5. PAR Analysis, 1963, January, February, April, September-December

6. PAR Analysis, 1964, January - March, September-December

7. PAR Analysis, 1965, January, February, March, September, October, December

8. PAR Analysis, 1966, January-April, September-December

9. PAR Analysis, 1967, January (2 copies), February

10. PAR Analysis, 1968, September, November

11. PAR Analysis, 1969, March, September

12. PAR Analysis, 1970, January, February, November, December

13. PAR Analysis, 1971, January-April, October-December

14. PAR Analysis, 1972, January-April, September, October

15. PAR Analysis, 1973, January-April, September-December

16. PAR Analysis, 1974, January, March, April, September-December

17. PAR Analysis, 1975, February-April, September-December

18. PAR Analysis, 1976, January-April, September-December

19. PAR Analysis, 1977, January-April, September-December

20. PAR Analysis, 1978, January-March, September, October, December

21. PAR Analysis, 1979, January, February, September-December

22. PAR Analysis, 1980, January, February, March, September-December

23. PAR Analysis, 1981, January-March, September-December

24. PAR Analysis, 1982, February-March, September-December, 1983, January, February

25. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1960, Vol. 8, Nos. 1, 8

26. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1961, Vol. 9, Nos. 1-3

27. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1962, Vol. 10, Nos. 1-8

28. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1963, Vol. 11, Nos. 1, 2, 4

29. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1964, Vol. 12, No. 8

30. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1965, Vol. 13, Nos. 2, 3, 4

31. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1966, Vol. 14, Nos. 5, 6, 7

32. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1967, Vol. 15, Nos. 1, 3

33. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1968, Vol. 16, Nos. 3, 6

34. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1969, Vol. 17, No. 2

35. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1971, Vol. 19, No. 1

36. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1972, Vol. 20, Nos. 2, 3, 4

37. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1973, Vol. 21, Nos. 1, 2, 3

38. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1974, Vol. 22, Nos. 1-7

39. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1975, Vol. 23, Nos. 1-7

40. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1976, Vol. 24, Nos. 1-6, 8, 9

41. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1977, Vol. 25, Nos. 1, 3-10

42. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1978, Vol. 26, Nos. 1-9

43. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1979, Vol. 27, Nos. 2-9

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44. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1980, Vol. 28, Nos. 1-9

45. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1981, Vol. 29, Nos. 1-6

46. PAR Legislative Bulletin, 1982, Vol. 30, Nos. 2 -8

47. PAR LEZ, May 1980; October 1980; Spring 1981

48. PAR Convention Commentary, 1973, Nos. 1-11

49. PAR Voter's Guides, 1963-64, 1964, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1978 (2 copies), 1982

50. PAR Citizens Guide To The Louisiana Legislature, 1964, 1972, and 1976

51. Targets for Action, The Big Issues of 1971

52. Constitutional Convention, 1973

53. Economic Trends, Nos. 1-3, 5, 1974 and 1975

54. Program of the 15th Anniversary of PAR, 1965 (2 copies)

55. Program for PAR Conference, April 13, 1977

56. PAR State Finance Handbook, April, 1960

57. PAR, Legislative Control Over State Expenditures, April, 1960

58. PAR, The Key Issues of 1975, September 1975

59. Brochure, Progress From PAR Research

60. A Reader's Digest Reprint, "Let's Put a Price Tag on Our Laws" by James Nathan Miller, October 1964

61. Statistical Profile of Louisiana, 1973, PAR

62. PAR Index 1951-1959 and 1951-1960

63. A Procedure for Revising Louisiana's Constitution

64. Industry Rates Louisiana



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