Bogalusa, La. Cassidy

Bogalusa, La. Cassidy


Photo Collection


BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA-CASSIDY (Twenty-four photographs, many negatives, and 51 slides copied from postcards. They are of scenes of Bogalusa and the Great Southern Lumber Company.)

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

1 ca. 1910 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

The J. H. Cassidy home with his four young sons sitting in the front yard. Left to right: Ed, Bill, Charles, and Herbert. Picture donated by Charles Cassidy.

2 ca. 1910 8x10 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W (2)

Roll 1, neg. 2 & 3

Oxen and two men.

3 ca. 1910 5x7 2 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 1, neg. 17

Pine Tree Inn.

4 ca. 1910 5x7 2 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg. 7

Scene of the New Orleans Great Northern Railroad Shop with a group of workmen posing.

5 ca. 1910 5x7 2 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg. 8

Shay engine of the New Orleans Great Northern Railroad.

6 ca. 1910 5x7 3 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg. 11

Bogalusa railroad depot.

7 ca. 1910 5x7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg. 14 & 18

Marjorie Stinson posing in front of her plane.

8 ca. 1910 5x7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg. 15

Marjorie Stinson at the end of her flight.

9 ca. 1910 5x7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg 16

View of Marjorie Stinson preparing for her flight in Bogalusa Terrace.

10 ca. 1910 5x7 2 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg. 17

Scene of Marjorie Stinson preparing for her flight and also shows the crowd watching.

BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA-CASSIDY-Continued

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

11 ca. 1910 5x7 2 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 2, neg. 21 and Roll 3, neg. 4

Men in logging camp of Great Southern Lumber Company. W. H. Sullivan is on the extreme right of picture.

12 ca. 1910 5x7 missing B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 1

13 ca. 1910 5x7 missing B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 2

14 ca. 1910 5x7 missing B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 3

Scenes of the building and yard of Great Southern Lumber Company.

15 ca. 1910 5x7 missing B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 7

Great Southern Lumber Company power house and mill pond.

16 ca. 1910 8x10 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 12

Logging camp of Great Southern Lumber Company.

17 ca. 1910 5x7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 14

Interior view of the Bogalusa Bank at its opening.

18 ca. 1910 5x7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W (2)

ca. 1910 8x10 1 B&W copy print

Roll 3, neg. 17 and Roll 4, neg. 4

Jack and Frank Cassidy standing in the forest.

19 ca. 1910 5x7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 19

Exterior view of the First State Bank.

20 ca. 1910 5x7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 3, neg. 20

Interior view of the First State Bank and Trust on Austin Street at Louisiana Avenue.

21 ca. 1910 8x10 3 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 4, neg. 10

The J. H. Cassidy family standing in front of their house.

BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA-CASSIDY-Continued

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

22 ca. 1910 5x7 3 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

ca. 1910 8x10 1 B&W copy print

Roll 4, neg. 13

Pine Tree Inn.

22A ca. 1910 5x7 2 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 4, neg. 14

Administration building of the Great Southern Lumber Company.

23 ca. 1910 8x10 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 4, neg. 19

View of the Colonial Hotel.

24 ca. 1910 8x10 2 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Roll 4, neg. 20

Scene of two men and some logs from which "Bogalusa Brand" timbers are made.

NEGATIVES (35mm B&W) in Bogalusa, Louisiana-Cassidy:

Roll 1, neg. 1 & 8--Pine Tree Inn

Roll 1, neg. 2 & 3 Men with Cattle

Roll 1, neg. 4--work crew posed in front of a building

Roll 1, neg. 5--works on mill dam break

Roll 1, neg. 6--Bogalusa Mill, Great Southern Lumber Company, in 1908

Roll 1, neg. 7--Yellow pine logging

Roll 1, neg. 9--Overhead view of railroad depot

Roll 1, neg. 10--View of the First State Bank

Roll 1, neg. 11--New Orleans Great Northern Machine shop

Roll 1, neg. 12--Richardson family in front of their house

Roll 1, neg. 13 & 20- Commissary

Roll 1, neg. 14--view of train and Beanery? Castle? Restaurant.

Roll 1, neg 15--view of first paper mill in the south, 1908

Roll 1, neg. 16--side view of the Bogalusa depot

Roll 1, neg 18--Colonial Hotel

Roll 1, neg. 19--Bogalusa’s million dollar paper mill

Roll 2, neg. 1--New Orleans Great Northern Railroad

Roll 2, neg. 2--First train from Franklinton to Bogalusa last day of February 1907

Roll 2, neg. 3--National Bank of Commerce in New Orleans (pre 1932)

Roll 2, neg 4--Great Southern Lumber Company log pond

Roll 2, neg. 5 and Roll 4, neg. 3-Unknown sawmill in Bogalusa

Roll 2, neg 6--Cut line for negative 7 which is a 620 Engine. "New York Central engine to be overhauled. Then is a list of names of the people in the picture.

Roll 2, neg. 9--Auditorium building

Roll 2, neg. 10--Great Southern Lumber Company coal bin (chute) copied from original given to Charles Cassidy by R. A. Alexander of Carrier, LA in 1974. Cut line for coal chute picture is neg. 20.

BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA-CASSIDY-Continued

Roll 2, neg. 12--Shay locomotive

Roll 2, neg. 13--Marjorie Stinson preparing for her flight in Bogalusa Terrace.

Roll 2, neg.14 - 18 Unknown

Roll 2, neg. 19--Cut line for negative 8 which is the New Orleans Great Northern Engine #72. Original picture is property of Daunton Gibbs of Franklinton, LA.

Roll 2, neg. 20--Cut line for negative 10 which is a picture of the New Orleans Great Northern railroad coat chute.

Roll 2, neg. 22--skidder loading logs

Roll 3, neg. 5--Great Southern Lumber Company logging camp. Left side of picture is Roll 2, neg. 21 & 22--Also have a picture of this one.

Roll 3, neg. 6--Great Southern Lumber Company sawmill with mill pond.

Roll 3, neg. 8--Right side of picture of buildings and yard of Great Southern Lumber Company shown in neg. 1.

Roll 3, neg. 9--Interior shot of the Bogalusa Bank.

Roll 3, neg. 10--Mill pond of the Great Southern Lumber Company.

Roll 3, neg. 11--Logging camp of Great Southern Lumber Company. Right half of picture in neg. 12. Tie in to Roll 2, neg. 21 & 22.

Roll 3, neg. 13--Interior view of First State Bank. Man at window is W. S. Gardner.

Roll 3, neg. 15--Exterior view of the Bogalusa Bank.

Roll 3, neg. 16--List of officers of the New Orleans Great Northern Railroad.

Roll 3, neg. 18--Certificate of the Commercial Bank, an early Bogalusa bank.

Roll 4, neg. 1--Picture of a train advertisement, The Rebel.

Roll 4, neg. 2--Log train pulling load.

Roll 4, neg 5--Picture of North Side Branch of the First State Bank and Trust Company.

Roll 4, neg 6--Picture of a newspaper clipping of John H. Cassidy’s obituary.

Roll 4, neg 7--Picture of an insurance policy. D. E. Branch, Life, Fire, Accident, Health and Bonding Insurance.

Roll 4, neg. 8--Advertisement for the Bank of Bogalusa.

Roll 4, neg. 9--Picture copied out of a book of an agriculture class of one of Bogalusa’s public schools.

Roll 4, neg. 11--Photograph of J. H. Cassidy

Roll 4, neg. 12--Side view of the J. H. Cassidy residence

Roll 4, neg. 15--Picture of Jack Cassidy, his wife, and two sons.

Roll 4, neg. 16--Map of railroads in timber section.

Roll 4, neg. 17--Nurses’ home Elizabeth Sullivan Memorial Hospital.

Roll 4, neg. 18--Scene of lake in front of the Pine Tree Inn showing people swimming.

Slides:

Joy Jackson copied postcards in the possession of Charles Cassidy July 30, 1982

Slide 1--Panama Limited

Slide 2--Finishing room of the Bogalusa Paper Mill

Slide 3--Staff doctors of Elizabeth Sullivan Memorial Hospital

Slide 4--One of the paper making machines at Bogalusa Paper Co., Inc.

Slide 5--Beater room at the Bogalusa Paper Co., Inc.

Slide 6--Exterior of the Bogalusa Paper Mill.

Slide 7--Residence of Mayor W. H. Sullivan.

Slide 8--Nurses in front of nurses’ home of Elizabeth Sullivan Memorial Hospital.

BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA-CASSIDY-Continued

Slide 9--Lobby of the Pine Tree Inn.

Slides 10 & 11--Views of the Pine Tree Inn.

Slide 12--Long leaf southern pine forest which produces Bogalusa Brand Lumber.

Slide 13--Loading logs.

Slide 14--Elizabeth Sullivan Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church.

Slide 15--First Baptist Church

Slide 16--Residential Industrial section of Bogalusa, Louisiana.

Slide 17--Bogalusa stores.

Slide 18--Colonial Creosoting Company plant.

Slide 19--Cutting Bogalusa Brand Timber.

Slide 20--Shay engine with loader loading logs.

Slide 21--Part of the reforested area of the Great Southern Lumber Company. Members of the American Legion.

Slide 22--Withdrawal cart.

Slide 23--Portion of lumber yard.

Slide 24--Refuse burner of Great Southern Lumber Company (born 1908--died 1934).

Slide 25--Night scene of sawmill.

Slide 26--Sawmill.

Slide 27--Portion of lumber yard at Great Southern Lumber Company.

Slide 28--Long leaf southern pine, diameter 40 inches.

Slide 29--Log on way from pond to sawmill.

Slide 30--Automatic stacking, Great Southern Lumber Company.

Slide 31--Shay engine with skidder loading logs.

Slide 32--Logs-10 x 25 inches and wider.

Slide 33--New Orleans Great Southern Railroad shops.

Slide 34--Swimming at Pine Tree Inn.

Slide 35--Administration building of the Great Southern Lumber Company.

Slide 36--Pine Tree Inn.

Slide 37--Mr. Jack Cassidy standing in front of cut timber.

Slide 38--Colonial Hotel.

Slides 39-41--Restoration of depot.

Slide 42--Restoration of depot. Balustrade in picture was taken from outside of Mr. Sullivan’s office at Great Southern Lumber Company.

Slide 43--Preliminary architectural sketch of Bogalusa depot.

Slide 44--Map of railroads in the vicinity of Bogalusa, LA.

Slide 45--Picture of front cover of the first Mill Whistle, a magazine put out by the Great Southern Lumber Company (before they named it). This first one was put out in September 1920. Magazine is in the possession of the SLU Archives.

Slide 46--Picture of front cover of the May 1922, Vol. III, No. 6, Mill Whistle magazine put out by the Great Southern Lumber Company. Magazine is in the possession of the SLU Archives.

Slides 47 & 52--Bogalusa in 1919 viewed from Snowden’s Drug Store corner looking down Colombia Road toward the paper mill. There were no buildings on the west side of the road in those days of unpaved streets and Model T’s. Slide made from the Tuesday, March 19, 1949 Bogalusa Daily News in the possession of the SLU Archives.

Slide 48--Picture of W. H. Sullivan, first mayor of Bogalusa and general manager of the Great Southern Lumber Company for 23 years. Slide made from Tuesday, March 29, 1949 Bogalusa Daily News in the possession of the SLU Archives.

Slides 49 & 51--Picture of Mr. W. H. Sullivan, general manager of the Great Southern Lumber Company, sitting at his desk. Picture made from a Mill Whistle magazine in the possession of the SLU Archives.

Slide 50--Picture of Mr. J. H. Cassidy, assistant general manager of the Great Southern Lumber Company, sitting at his desk. Picture taken from a copy of the Mill Whistle magazine in the possession of the SLU Archives.



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