La Verna and Edwin Davis


Photo Collection


DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION

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1 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The war in America: Arrival of a federal steamer with flag of truce at Madisonville, Lake Pontchatrain. Caption on back of picture: Confederate exiles arriving at Madisonville under flag of truce. Appeared in Illustrated London News, April 11, 1863, pg. 401.

2 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Sunday amusements in New Orleans--A Creole Night at the French Opera House. Sketched by our special artist, A. R. Waud. Caption on back of picture: The New Orleans opera season of 1860-61 "promised to be a notable one and the audiences had never been excelled." Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 21, 1866, pg. 452

3 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Canal at Lake Providence. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 21, 1863, Pg. 180.

4 1862 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture on first two copies): The City of New Orleans, Louisiana, taken by the Union Forces, April 24, 1862. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 10, 1862, Pg. 292. Caption on front of picture (Copy 3): The City of New Orleans (this picture shows more of New Orleans.) Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 271.

5 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Signaling from the Catholic Church, Vermilionville (Lafayette), from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of the picture: Federal troops signaling from St. John’s Catholic Church in Lafayette (Vermilionville) during the fall of 1863. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, November 28, 1863, Pg. 165.

6 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Triumphal Procession of Colonel Grierson, Commanding Sixth and Seventh Illinois Cavalry, Through Baton Rouge, May 2, 1863, from a sketch by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture: Parade of Colonel B. H. Grierson and his command on Front Street, Baton Rouge, after the raid from Tennessee across Mississippi and southeastern Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 6, 1863, Pg. 356.

7 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Landing supplies at Grand Ecore, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: During the Red River Campaign Federal Admiral David D. Porter established a supply base at Grand Ecore. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, May 21, 1864.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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8 1862 11x14 4 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The City of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, sketched by Mr. Theodore R. Davis. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 30, 1862, Pg. 556. Also appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 279.

9 1862 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Panoramic view of New Orleans with the National fleet at anchor. Caption on back of picture: New Orleans, April 24, 1862, afternoon, "A scene of terrible destruction and conflagration, . . . nothing of value had been left for the invaders. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, May 24, 1862, Pg. 88.

10 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Pilot Town. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 7, 1861, Pg. 774.

11 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Fort Pike, LA. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 10, 1862, Pg. 294.

12 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Interior of Fort St. Philip. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 24, 1862, Pg. 326.

13 1866 11x14 4 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 8, 1866, Pg. 564.

14 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Burning of the State-House, Baton Rouge, on Sunday, December 28, 1862, from a sketch made at the time. Appeared in Battle and Leaders, Vol. III, Pg. 585

15 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Scene on the Levee, At New Orleans.

16 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Alexandria. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, April 30, 1864, Pg. 89. Scene of the river with boats on it and the riverbank with houses.

17 1855 11x14 5 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: View of Baton Rouge, La. Appeared in Ballou’s Pictorial, Vol. VIII.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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18 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): Porter’s Fleet Passing the Dam at Alexandria. (Copy 2) Porter’s Gun-Boats Passing the Dam in the Red River, Near Alexandria, sketched by Mr. George Slater. Appeared in Harper Pictorial History of the Civil War, May 1864, Pg. 590 and Harper’s Weekly, June 18, 1864, Pg. 385.

19 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Room in which Dickinson Died. Appeared in Weekly, January 8, 1958, Pg. 21.

20 1868 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Duel between colored men near Savannah, Georgia. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 27, 1868, Pg. 404.

21 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Sunday Amusements in New Orleans--the Cockpit, sketched by our special artist, A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 21, 1866, Pg. 452

22 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Iron-Clad "Barrataria" Snagged in Amite River, LA, Attacked by Rebel Guerrillas, from a sketch by Mr. F. H. Schell. Caption on back of picture: Federal Iron-Clad Barrataria in Amite River attacked by Confederate soldiers. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 9, 1863, Pg. 292.

23 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The great naval battle on the Mississippi--First days bombardment--Federal schooners off Forts and St. Philip, Commanding the passage of the river. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, Pg. 132.

24 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Scene at the City Hall--Hauling Down the State Flag. Appeared in Battles and Leaders, Vol. II, Pg. 94.

25 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Interior of Fort Jackson. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly , May 24, 1862, Pg. 326.

26 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Captain Theodorus Bailey and Lieutenant George H. Perkins on their way to demand the surrender of New Orleans. Appeared in Battles and Leaders, Vol. II, Pg. 92.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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27 1862 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Landing of Captain Bailey and Lieutenant Perkins on the Levee, New Orleans, with a flag of truce, to demand the surrender of the city to the federal government, from a sketch by our special artist, Wm. Waud. Caption on back of picture: Captain Theodorus Bailey and Lieutenant George Perkins landing at New Orleans to demand the surrender of the city. Appeared in

Frank Leslie’s Illustrated

, May 24 or 31, 1862, Pg. 120.

28 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The excitement in New Orleans--view on St. Charles Street. Caption on back of picture: Federal troops, St. Charles Street, New Orleans. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 18, 1866, Pg. 516.

29 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Death of General Thomas Williams. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, August 1862, Pg. 442.

30 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Recapture of Baton Rouge, LA, December 17, 1862--Federal troops under General Grover, occupying the city. Caption on back of picture: Federal troops landing at Baton Rouge, December 17, 1862. Official Portfolio, Pg. 174.

31 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Steamer "Brazil," Fired upon by Guerrillas on the banks of the Mississippi. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, January 23, 1864, Pg. 60.

32 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Mississippi--Sudden and daring attack by Rebel Guerillas, led by Capt. Talbot, on the Sugar Steamer Empire Parish, at the landing, 44 miles below Baton Rouge, from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. F. H. Schell. Caption on back of picture: Federal steamer Empire Parish, loading confiscated sugar at a landing below Donaldsonville, attached by Confederates. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 31, 1863, Pg. 289.

33 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The fight at Corney’s Bridge, Bayou Teche, Louisiana, and destruction of the Rebel Gun-Boat "Cotton,: January 14, 1863, sketched by our special artist. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 14, 1863, Pg. 101.

34 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The campaign in Louisiana--Battle of Irish Bend, sketched by William M. Hall, 22d Maine. Caption on back of picture: Battle of Franklin (sometimes called Battle of Irish Bend or Battle of Newson’s Woods). Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 16, 1863, Pg. 716.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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35 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Triumphal entry of the army of Major-General Banks into Alexandria, Louisiana, May 4, 1863, from a sketch by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture: Federal troops entering Alexandria, May 4, 1863. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 20, 1863, Pg. 388 and Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, April 1863, Pg. 461.

36 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Opening of the Mississippi--View of the Rebel batteries at Port Hudson, from a sketch by our special artist, Fred. B. Schell. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 15, 1863, Pg. 328.

37 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): Grand assault of General Augur’s Division on the Fortifications of Port Hudson, May 27, 1863, sketched by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture (Copy 1): On May 27, 1863, General Banks ordered a series of "Grand Assaults" against Port Hudson, which were repulsed with heavy losses. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 27, 1863, Pg. 413. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): The Assault on Port Hudson, May 27, 1863. This copy is a closer view and appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, May 1863, Pg. 473.

38 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): The siege of Port Hudson--Birds-Eye view of the great river battery, three hundred yards from the Rebel Citadel, sketched by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture: Federal "Great River Battery" at Port Hudson. The Confederate earthworks in the background are only about three hundred yards distant. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 25, 1863, Pg. 476. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): Same as above, plus "reproduced by Committee for Preservation of the Port Hudson Battlefield." This view also shows a little more of the picture.

39 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Capture of Rebel rifle-pits, three-fourths of a mile from Fort Hudson, Louisiana, by General Grover’s Division, May 24, 1863, sketched by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture: On May 24, 1863, the Federals unsuccessfully attacked the Confederate rifle-pits, Port Hudson. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 27, 1863, Pg. 412.

40 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Scene of General Paine’s assault on Port Hudson, on June 14, 1863--carrying off our dead and wounded under a flag of truce. Caption on back of picture: Federals carrying off their dead and wounded at Port Hudson after the failure of the "Grand Assaults" of June 14, 1863. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 18, 1863, Pg. 452.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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41 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The formal surrender of Port Hudson, drawn by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture: Formal surrender of Port Hudson July 9, 1863. General Franklin Gardner offered his sword to General George L. Andrews, but it was refused. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 8, 1863, Pg. 497.

42 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--The army of General Banks crossing Vermilion Bayou, October 10, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: Federal troops under the command of General William B. Franklin crossing Bayou Vermilion, October 10, 1863.

43 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Battle of Grand Coteau, LA, November 3--Furious Rebel attack on the 60 th Indiana, Col. Owen, from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, December 12, 1863, Pg. 188 and also Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 341.

44 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The attack on Sabine Pass, September 8, 1863, sketched by an eye-witness. Written above caption is: Rebel Battery; Clifton; Transport General Banks; Sachem; and Arizona. Caption on back of picture: In September 1863, a Federal expedition to occupy southwestern Louisiana was repulsed at Sabine Pass. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, October 10, 1863, Pg. 652.

45 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): Disabling and capture of the federal gunboats "Sachem" and "Clifton" in the attack on Sabine Pass, Tex. September 8 th 1863. Caption on back of picture: At Sabine Pass, Lieutenant Richard W. Dowling disabled and captured the Federal gunboats Sachem and Clifton. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 381. Caption of front of picture (Copy 2): The War in Texas--Disabling and capture of the Union gunboats Sachem and Clifton in the attack on Sabine Pass, Texas, September 8. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, October 10, 1863, Pg. 41. This view shows less of the picture than Copy 1.

46 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: View of one of the cotton presses in New Orleans, photographed by E. H. Newton, June., New Orleans. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 21, 1860, Pg. 330.

47 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Sugar Plantation on the Bayou Teche, Louisiana, sketched by A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 8, 1866, Pg. 781.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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48 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Slidell’s House in Louisiana, sketched by a naval officer. Appeared in Harper;s Weekly, December 13, 1862, Pg. 796.

49 1864 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copies 1 and 3): General Dick Taylor, April 9, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture (Copy 1): General Taylor caught the retreating Federal army at Pleasant Hill about twenty miles south of Mansfield, on the afternoon of April 9. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 14, 1864, Pg. 121. (Copy 2) doesn’t have anything written on it and it is a smaller picture.

50 1864 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): The nineteenth army corps crossing Cane River, Louisiana. Caption on front of Picture (Copies 2 and 3): General Banks crossing Cane River. Appeared in Harper’s weekly, May 7, 1864, Pg. 300 and Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, April 1864, Pg. 589. (Copy 1) has more of the picture.

51 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: First Blood--The Sixth Massachusetts Regiment fighting their way through Baltimore, April 19, 1861. Caption on back of picture: Northern troops moving southward--they are attacked by the Baltimoreans"-- Daily Crescent headline, April 20, 1861. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 85

52 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Civil War in America: Jefferson Thompson’s Guerrillas Shooting at Federal Boats on the Mississippi, from a sketch by our special artist. Caption on back of picture: M. J. Thompson’s soldiers firing on a Federal Mississippi River supply steamer. Appeared in Illustrated London News, January 14, 1862, Pg. 599.

53 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The riot in New Orleans--The Freedmen’s procession marching to the institute--The struggle for the flag. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 25, 1866, Pg. 536.

54 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: John Morgan’s highwaymen sacking a peaceful village in the West. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 30, 1862, Pg. 548.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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55 1863 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Skirmish at Cretien’s Plantation, near Carrion Crow Bayou, the Rebels shelled and driven from their position by the 116 th New York, Col. Love, from a sketch by our special artist. Caption on back of picture: In middle October 1863, General Richard Taylor fought a rearguard skirmish at Cretien’s Plantation, near Bayou Carencro. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 28, 1863, Pg. 156.

56 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Destruction of the Queen of the West by Calhoun, Grand Lake, LA, from a sketch by our special artist, F. H. Schell. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 23, 1863, Pg. 132.

57 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--The Corps D’Afrique (3 rd Engineers) Entre C___G on Vermilion Bayou, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 11, 1864, Pg. 188.

58 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Arrival of the steamer A. G. Brown at Tarleton Plantation, Bayou Teche, with supplies for Gen. Weitzer, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill.. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 7, 1863, Pg. 108.

59 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Religious services in Camp of 61 st N. Y. volunteers. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 3, 1862, Pg. 281.

60 1865 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Flight of President Jefferson Davis and his ministers over the Georgia Ridge, Five days before his capture, from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Illustrated London News , July 1, 1865, Pg. 624.

61 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Departure of General Bank’s Troops from Simmesport, Louisiana, May 21, 1863, sketched by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture: Federal troops under command of General Nathaniel P. Banks embarking from Simmesport for Port Hudson, May 21, 1863. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 20, 1863, Pg. 389.

62 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Cutting away the dam at the head of the Vicksburg Canal. Caption on back of picture: Grants Canal, opposite Vicksburg, January 1863. The canal attempt failed. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 4, 1863, Pg. 209.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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63 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Destruction of the "Queen of the West" by Union Gun-Boats. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 30, 1863, Pg. 340.

64 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The siege of Port Hudson--Head-quarters of General Bank at Riley’s Plantation. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 11, 1863, Pg. 437.

65 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The capture of Vicksburg--Arrival of Admiral Porter’s Fleet at the Levee on Fourth July 1863, sketched by Mr. Theo. R. Davis. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 1, 1863, Pg. 492.

66 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Mississippi--Fort Adams, Miss., from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 29, 1863, Pg. 360.

67 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Army of Gen. Banks--Landing of the 116 th N. Y. V. at Winter’s Plantation, near Port Hudson, from a sketch by G. R. W. Berger, 116 th N. Y. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, July 4, 1863, Pg. 228.

68 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): The loss of the "Queen of the West," sketched by Mr. M’Cullagh. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 21, 1863, Pg. 181. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): Loss of the "Queen of the West." Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, February 1863, Pg. 450.

69 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Catholic Church at Opelousas, LA--from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 13, 1864, Pg. 325.

70 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Funeral of the late Captain Cailloux, First Louisiana Volunteers (colored), sketched by a native guard. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 29, 1863, Pg. 549.

71 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Revival of the old slave laws of Louisiana--A scene in New Orleans:--Arrest of contrabands on the night of January 30. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 7, 1863, Pg. 381.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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72 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Flat-Officer Farragut’s Gulf Squadron, and Commodore Porter’s mortar fleet, from a sketch by our special artist on board the flag ship. Above the caption is the names of the ships: Pensacola, Colorado, Flag-ship Hartford, and Octorora. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 10, 1862, Pg. 293.

73 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: First Blood--The Sixth Massachusetts Regiment fighting their way through Baltimore, April 19, 1861. (Different view than Picture No. 51). Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 4, 1861, Pg. 283.

74 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Admiral Porter’s Fleet above the rapids of Red River, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 18, 1864, Pg. 205.

75 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: The War in La.--The 3 rd Engineers (Corps D’Afrique), Col. G. D. Robinson, Removing Obstructions from the Bayou Teche, at Cornie’s Bridge, September 25, by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, Nov. 7, 1863, Pg. 108.

76 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Great Government sale of confiscated blooded stock, New Orleans, March 2 & 5, 1863. Caption on back of picture: The Federal confiscation Act of 1862 was placed in effect in New Orleans and other occupied areas in the fall of that year. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 6, 1863, Pg. 172.

77 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in the Southwest--Adjutant-General Thomas addressing the Negroes in Louisiana on the duties of freedom. Caption on back of picture: Federal General Lorenzo Thomas addressing Negroes on the duties of freedom. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, November 7, 1863, Pg. 721.

78 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The soldier’s dream. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, November 7, 1863, Pg. 709.

79 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Campement de troupes fédérales Baltimore--D’aprés les croquis de M. Stephenson. (Voir la page suivante.) Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 1861, Pg. 357.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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80 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The siege of Port Hudson--General Paine’s Head-quarters at Chamber’s Sugar-House. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 11, 1863, Pg. 437.

81 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Franklin, LA. Caption on back of picture: Federal troops marching through Franklin, April 15, 1863, after General Richard Taylor’s withdrawal following the Battle of Irish Bend. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 21, 1863, Pg. 132.

82 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Destruction of the U. S. S. Mississippi by the Port Hudson batteries, March 14, 1863. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper , April 18, 1863, Pg. 54.

83 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Scenes on the field after the Battle. There are two scene--one has at the fence and the other has burying the dead. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 1862, Pg. 401.

84 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Terrible modes of punishment on board our national ships of war--the "Bucking and Gagging" torture. appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 14, 1860, Pg. 310.

85 1862 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Richmond. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 31, 1862, Pg. 345 and Harper’s Pictorial, Pg. 123. (Copy 2 shows more of the town)

86 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Pictures of the South--Gathering moss on Berwick Bay, Louisiana, sketched by A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 15, 1866.

87 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Prevailing fashions for the winter season--morning, evening and out-door costumes. Caption on back of picture: New Orleans, winter, 1860-61; "the drawing rooms, salons and ballroom were crowded. . . ." Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 5, 1861, Pg. 101.

88 1865 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption of front of picture: Surrender of General Lee at Appomattox Court-Room, Virginia, April 9, 1865, sketched by Frank Beard. Appeared in Officers and Soldiers, Pg. 245.

89 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Fort Sumter seen from the rear at low water. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of Civil War. Pg. 32.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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90 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Contrabands coming into camp in consequence of the proclamation, drawn by Mr. A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, January 31, 1863, Pg. 68.

91 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Etats-Unis: Bombardement Du Fort Sumter, Charleston. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, December 1863, Pg. 404.

92 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Fort Sumter, December 9, 1863, Vie from South West Angle. Also written on front: (Bottom Left) To Lt. Col. Step. Elliott, P.A.C.S. Artillery, comdg. Fort Sumter with Compliments of Gen. Beauregard. (Bottom Right) Hdqrtrs. Dept. S.C., Ga. & Fa. Charleston, S. C., April 9, 1864, Approved G. T. Beauregard, Genl. Comdg.

93 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Bombardement du-fort Sumter--Diapr s un croquis de notre correspondent, M. Saintin. (Voir la Revue-de la semaine.) Caption on back of picture: Bombardment of Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 18, 1861, Pg. 313.

94 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Interior of Fort Sumter, from the Parapet, drawn by an officer of Major Anderson’s Command.

95 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Federal headquarters, Alexandria, March 1864. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 30, 1864, Pg. 89.

96 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Montgomery, Alabama: First seat of the Rebel government. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of Civil War, Pg. 115.

97 18603 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Towing the wounded Union soldiers down the bayou on a raft, on the night of January 14, 1863, after the Battle Bayou Teche, LA, from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 362.

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Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): Capture of Fort De Russy, LA. on the 14 th of March, 1864 by the Federal forces under General Andrew Jackson Smith. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 9, 1864, Pg. 41. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): The War in the Southwest-Capture of Fort De Russy, LA, on the 15 th of March, by the United States forces under Gen. Andrew Jackson Smith. Caption on back of picture (Copy 2): Charge of the Federal troops at Fort De Russy. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History , Pg. 399.

99 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Title page of the play Uncle Tom’s Cabin or Life Among the Lowly.

100 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Union refugees in the swamps of Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 14, 1864, Pg. 313.

101 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Scene at Tarleton’s Plantation, Bayou Teche, from a sketch by our special artist. appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, September 10, 1864, Pg. 385.

102 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Repulse of the Rebels at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana. Caption on back of picture: A Confederate charge at the Battle of Pleasant Hill. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 7, 1864, Pg. 297.

103 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The tug "Rumsey" accoutred for running the rebel batteries at Vicksburg. Caption on back of picture: Federal tug Rumsey and barge running past the Confederate river batteries at Vicksburg, Spring 1863. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 30, 1863, Pg. 337.

104 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Foraging in Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 14, 1864, Pg. 316.

105 1862 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front (Copy 1): Cotton Hoards in the Swamps. Caption on back: Federal army and government representatives searched occupied areas for hidden cotton. Caption on front (Copy 2): Cotton Hoards in Southern Swamps. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 16, 1862, Pg. 520.

106 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Scenes in Banks’ Expedition, (Slabtown, LA) from sketches by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 21, 1863, Pg. 132.

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Caption on front of picture: Light House and West View of the Pass. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 7, 1861, Pg. 774.

108 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Mississippi-View of the quarantine ground and U. S. Government Store-House, near the captured forts on the Mississippi River, The First Government property in Louisiana "Repossessed" by the Federal troops, now the headquarters of Gen. Butler, from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. Wm. Waud. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 14, 1862, Pg. 172.

109 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Inauguration of President Jefferson Davis of the Southern Confederacy, at Montgomery, Alabama, February 18, 1861. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 9, 1861, Pg. 157.

110 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Charleston Convention-view of the South Carolina Institute Building, in Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C., where the Democratic Convention will hold its meetings during the present month of April, from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 14, 1860, Pg. 303.

111 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Desperate naval combat between the Confederate iron-plated ram "Arkansas" and the Federal Gunboat "Carondelet," at the mouth of the Yazoo River, Tuesday, July 15, 1862. Caption on back of picture: Engagement between Confederate iron-clad Arkansas and Federal gunboat Carondelet at the mouth of Yazoo River, July 15, 1862. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 224.

112 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Hon. Jefferson Davis, President-elect of the new Southern Confederacy, addressing the citizens of Montgomery, Ala., from the balcony of the Exchange Hotel, on the night of February 16, 1861, and previous to his inauguration, from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 16, 1861, Pg. 257.

113 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The city of Montgomery, Alabama, showing the State House where the Congress of the Southern Confederacy meets on February 4, 1861. Caption on back of picture: Montgomery, Alabama, showing the State House, where "the Convention of seceding States" met to organize the Confederate States of America. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 9, 1861, Pg. 88.

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Caption on front of picture: The Battle at Milliken’s Bend, sketched by Mr. Theodore R. Davis. appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 4, 1863, Pg. 428.

115 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Headquarters of the Union Army commanded by Gen. Grant on the Mississippi, near Vicksburg., from a sketch by our special artist, Henri Lovie. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 4, 1863, Pg. 29.

116 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The inaugural procession at Washington passing the gate of the Capitol grounds, from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, Mary 16, 1861, Pg. 161.

117 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: View of the Capitol, showing the present state of the dome, taken during the inauguration of Lincoln, Monday, March 4, 1861. Caption on back of picture: Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, March 4, 1861.

118 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Vue Generale de Charleston (Caroline Du Sud). Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 1861, Pg. 84.

119 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The house-tops in Charleston during the bombardment of Sumter. Caption on back of picture: Charleston citizens watching the bombardment of Fort Sumter. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 4, 1861, Pg. 273.

120 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Troops firing into the people at the Kensington Depot, Baltimore, while taking the cars for Washington, D. C. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 30, 1861, Pg. 369.

121 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Occupation of Alexandria. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, April 1863, Pg. 461 and Harper’s Weekly., June 20, 1863, Pg. 388.

122 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Union forces entering the breast-works to take possession of Port Hudson, July 9, 1863, from a sketch by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 8, 1863, Pg. 501.

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Caption on front of picture: Vue de Richmond (Virginie). Caption on back of picture: Richmond, Virginia, the capital of the Confederate States of America. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 1861, Pg. 20.

124 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Departure of registered enemies of the United States from Port Hickok, to Madisonville, LA, sketched by our special artist. Caption on back of picture: "Registered enemies of the United States" being loaded on steamer at Port Hickok, New Orleans, for transportation to Madisonville. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 7, 1863, Pg. 156.

125 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Southern refugees encamping in the woods near Vicksburg, from a sketch by our special artist. Caption on back of picture: Refugee encampment. "all have lost heavily."

Appeared in Illustrated London News, August 29, 1963, Pg. 216.

126 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of (copy 1): Extempore musical and terpsichorean entertainment at the United States Arsenal, Baton Rouge, La., under the patronage of the Forty-First Massachusetts, the One Hundred and Thirty-First New York and the Twenty-Fifth Connecticut volunteers-contraband children dancing the breakdown. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, 1863, Pg. 288. Caption on front of (copy 2): "The Banks expedition-Musical and Terpsichorean Entertainment at the United States Arsenal, Baton Rouge, under the patronage of the 41 st Massachusetts, the 131 st New York and the 35 th Connecticut volunteers-contraband children dancing the breakdown, from a sketch by our special artist, F.H. Schell. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 31, 1863, Pg 292

127 1865 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Assassinat du President Lincoln, drawn by M. W. Scott. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 1865, Pg. 283.

128 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Captions on front of picture: Wrecks of Confederate river fleet. Mortar-fleet in the distance. Mortar-steamers attacking water-battery, Fort Jackson. "Richmond." "Manassas," Confederate. Fort Jackson. "Iroquois." "McRae," Confederate. Caption on back of picture: Battle of Forts Jackson and St. Philip, looking down-river, Fort Jackson is at the right. Appeared in Century, Pg. 99

129 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Paris fashions for February 1864. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 27, 1864, Pg. 141.

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130 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--The wreck of the gunboat Cotton in the Bayou Teche. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 14, 1863, Pg. 125.

131 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Battle of Grand Coteau, LA, Nov. 3-Capture of the 67 th Indiana by the Texas Mounted Infantry, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, December 12, 1863, Pg. 189.

132 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Battle of Fredericksburg: Assault of the Federals on Marye’ Hill and the Battery of the Washington Artillery. Caption on back of picture: Federal charge against the Louisiana sector of the Confederate line on Marye’s Hill at the Battle of Fredericksburg. Appeared in the Illustrated London News, January 31, 1863, Pg. 117.

133 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Battle of Gettysburg--attack of the Louisiana Tigers on a battery of the Eleventh Corps. Caption on back of picture: Charge of the Louisiana Tigers against a battery of the Federal Eleventh Corps at the Battle of Gettysburg. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 8, 1863, Pg. 508.

134 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Naval combat off Fort Wright, in the Mississippi River, May 8, 1862. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 31, 1862, Pg. 341.

135 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Confederate land attack on Porter’s Fleet. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 1864, Pg. 588.

136 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Red River--Admiral Porter’s Fleet passing through Colonel Bailey’s Dam, above Alexandria, May 1864. Caption on back of picture: Admiral Porter’s fleet passed through Colonel Joseph Bailey’s wing dams at Alexandria between May 8 and May 13, 1864. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 402.

137 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Guerre Des Estats-Unis: La Flotte De L’Amiral Porter Passant Les Rapides de la Riviere Rouge. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, April 1864, Pg. 101.

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138 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: The War in Louisiana--Destruction of the U. S. Transport John Warner by Confederate Batteries on Red River, May 4. Caption on back: On May 5, 1864, the Confederates captured the transport John Warner and the gunboat Signal at Wilson’s Landing, about thirty miles below Alexandria. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 18, 1864, Pg. 197.

139 1865 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Foragers "Starting Out" in the morning. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 1, 1864, Pg. 204.

140 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Return of Federal foraging parties into camp, near Annandale Chapel, VA. Caption on back of picture: Return of Federal Foraging Parties into camp. Appeared in Official Portfolio, Pg. 48.

141 1865 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Foragers returning to camp at night. Appeared in Harper’s weekly, April 1, 1865, Pg. 204.

142 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The New Orleans market--soldiers exchanging rations for fruit, etc. Caption on back of picture: Federal soldiers exchanging army commissary goods for farm produce. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, January 24, 1863, Pg. 49.

143 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Negres Amenant le Brtail. Caption on back of picture: Cattle being driven to a meat-packing plant. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, Pg. 89.

144 1863 11x14 4 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copies 1-3): The War in Louisiana--New Iberia, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 14, 1863, Pg. 113. Caption on front of picture (Copy 4): The War in Louisiana--New Iberia. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 413. (This copy shows more of the picture).

145 1863 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Brashear, LA, from a sketch by our special correspondent, F. C. H. Bonwill.. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, October 24, 1863, Pg. 76.

146 1855 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Flower girls at New Orleans. Appeared in Ballou’s Pictorial, 1855.

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147 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): Return of a foraging party of the Twenty-Fourth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, with their spoils, to Baton Rouge, having captured horses, carts, wagons, mules, contrabands, provisions, etc. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 289. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): Return of a foraging party of the Twenty-Fourth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, with their spoils, to Baton Rouge, having captured horses, carts, wagons, mules, contrabands, provisions, etc., from a sketch by our special artist with Gen. Grover’s division. Caption on back of picture: Return of a foraging party of the 24 th Regt., Conn. Vol. to Baton Rouge. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 14, 1863, Pg. 393.

148 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--blowing up the U. S. Gunboat Covington on the Red River, above Alexandria, May 4, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: The Federal gunboat Covington was blown up during the engagement at Wilson’s Landing on May 5, 1864. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 18, 1864, Pg. 200.

149 1862 11x14 4 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copies 1 and 2): The Flag-Ship "Hartford" attacked by the Ram "Manassas" and a fire-raft in the Mississippi. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 14, 1862, Pg. 369. Caption on front of picture (Copies 3 and 4): The Hartford on fire. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, April 1862, Pg. 267.

150 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Banks’s Army in the advance on Shreveport. Crossing Cane River, March 31. Sketched by our artist. C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: Banks’s army crossed Cane River at Monett’s Bluff on March 31, 1864. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 7, 1864, Pg. 108.

151 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Washington’s birthday in New Orleans--The Masquerade Ball given by Mrs. General Banks, sketched by C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: Washington’s birthday ball (1864), given by "Mrs. General Banks," wife of the Federal Commander of the Department of the Gulf. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 26, 1864, Pg. 12.

152 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Washington’s birthday in New Orleans--The grand concert in Canal Street, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: Grand Concert in Canal Street, Washington’s Birthday, 1864. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 26, 1864, Pg. 417.

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153 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): The Banks Expedition--scene on the levee, Baton Rouge--contrabands unloading military stores from the U. S. transport "North Star," Capt. Lefevre, over the Mississippi steamer "Iberville." Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 24, 1863, Pg. 284. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): The Banks expedition--scene on the Levee, Baton Rouge, LA.--Contrabands unloading military stores from the United States Transport "North Star" over the Mississippi steamer "Iberville." Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 378.

154 1862 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): Feeding the poor at New Orleans. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 277. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): The starving people of New Orleans fed by the United States Military authorities. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 14, 1862, Pg. 380.

155 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Southern Confederacy-Senate chamber in the Capitol at Montgomery, Alabama, during open session--The Hon. Howell Cobb presiding. Caption on back of picture: Session of the Montgomery Convention in the senate chamber of the Alabama State Capitol, the Honorable Howell Cobb of Georgia presiding. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 2, 1861, Pg. 229.

156 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Assembling of Congress, Hall of Representatives, Washington City, December 3, 1860. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 15, 1860, Pg. 793.

157 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Scene in New Orleans--The 26 th Mass. Vol., Col. Farr, practicing street firing in Caronlet Street, from a sketch by our special artist.

158 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: The riot in New Orleans--siege and assault of the convention by the police and citizens, sketched by Theodore R. Davis. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 25, 1866, Pg. 536.

159 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Confederate sharp-shooters and swam hunters attaching mortar-boats. Caption on back of picture: Confederate soldiers attacking a camouflaged Federal mortar-boat in a south Louisiana bayou. Appeared in Battle and Leaders, Pg. 28.

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Caption on front of picture: Registered enemies taking the oath of allegiance at the office of Gen. Bowen, at New Orleans, from a sketch by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Caption on back of picture: New Orleans citizens registering their oath of allegiance to the United States in order to save their property from Federal confiscation. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 6, 1863, Pg. 357.

161 1861 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 3): The cabinet of the Confederate States at Montgomery. Left to right: Attorney-General, Judah P. Benjamin; Secretary, Stephen M. Mallory; Alexander H. Stephens, Vice-President; Secretary, Charles G. Memminger; Secretary, LeRoy P. Walker; Jefferson Davis, President; Postmaster-General, John H. Reagan; Secretary of State, Robert Toombs. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 1, 1861, Pg. 340 and Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 210.

162 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Crevasse on Chim’s Plantation, West Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Caption on back of picture: Crevasses were numerous during the war years, for levees could not be kept in good repair. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 26, 1866, Pg. 329.

163 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Pickets of the first Louisiana "Native Guard" guarding the New Orleans, Opelousas and Great Western Railroad. Caption on back of picture: Pickets of the Federal First Louisiana `Native Guard’ guarding the New Orleans, Opelousas and Great Western Railroad. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 7, 1863, Pg. 369.

164 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Grandmothers. Caption on back of picture: Poverty was everywhere. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 24, 1864, Pg. 825.

165 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana--Centreville, LA, occupied by the 116 th N. Y., Col. Love, September 28, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: "Centreville" during the pillage of St. Mary Parish, Fall 1862. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 7, 1863, Pg. 108.

166 1863 11x14 4 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Banks’s expedition-executive officer Parker of the United States gunboat "Essex," hoisting the National Standard on the State Capitol, Baton Rouge, LA, on its occupation by the Federal forces commanded by General Grover, Wednesday, December 17 th, 1863, sketched by our special artist accompanying the expedition. Caption on back of picture (Copy 3): The second Federal occupation of Baton Rouge began in middle December, 1862. The town had been sacked and partially burned the preceding August. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 24, 1863, Pg. 284 and Leslie’s Illustrated History., Pg. 476.

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167 1862 11x14 5 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Baton Rouge, looking inland, showing the best private residences. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 24, 1862, Pg. 85.

168 1862 11x14 6 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Baton Rouge, looking inland-Penitentiary buildings in the background. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper , May 24, 1862, Pg. 85.

169 1862 11x14 5 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Baton Rouge, looking down the Mississippi River toward New Orleans. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 24, 1862, Pg. 84.

170 1862 11x14 5 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Baton Rouge, looking from the top of the Statehouse, up the river. Caption on back of picture: Mississippi River Landing at Baton Rouge, looking up-river from the top of the Capitol. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 24, 1862, Pg. 84.

171 ca. 1860s 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Baton Rouge, the Capital of the State of Louisiana. Appeared in Officers and soldiers, Pg. 91.

172 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Banks’s expedition-burning of the State Capitol of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, Tuesday Night, December 30 th, 1862. Caption on back of picture: The Capitol was burned in late December 1862, the fire having been accidently set by careless Federal troops. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 24, 1863, Pg. 228.

173 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Banks landing at Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History, May 1863, Pg. 459.

174 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Battle of Baton Rouge, sketched from the camp of the Indiana Regiment. Caption on back of picture: Battle of Baton Rouge, August 5, 1862. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 6, 1862, Pg. 564.

175 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Grierson’s command entering Baton Rouge. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History, April 1863, Pg. 456.

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Caption on front of picture: Pictures of the South-Baton Rouge, Louisiana-Scene on the Levee; Landing Ice, Etc., sketched by A. R. Waud. Caption on back of picture: Baton Rouge river landing. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 8, 1866, Pg. 564.

177 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Sale of confiscated blood-horses at New Orleans, from a sketch by Mr. Hamilton. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 4, 1863, Pg. 221.

178 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Reception of the authorities of New Orleans by General Butler previous to his departure. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, January 17, 1863, Pg. 44.

179 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The poor of New Orleans applying to Colonel Thorpe for employment at the city surveyor’s office. Caption on back of picture: New Orleans citizens registering for employment at the office of Federal Colonel T. B. Thorpe. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 7, 1863, Pg. 157.

180 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The plantation police or home-guard examining Negro passes on the levee road below New Orleans. Caption on back of picture: Home-guard examining slave passes. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, July 11, 1863, Pg. 252.

181 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Repairing the levee at New Orleans. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial, Pg. 275.

182 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Celebration of May-Day by the Madison Girls’ School in the City Park, New Orleans-crowning the May Queen, from a sketch by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 6, 1863, Pg. 357.

183 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: May-Day Festival at New Orleans, Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 23, 1866, Pg. 393.

184 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Texas and Louisiana-The Union prisoners (19 th Iowa) Recently exchanged, from a photograph taken at New Orleans by M’Pherson & Oliver. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, September 10, 1864, Pg. 396.

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185 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Sunday Amusements at New Orleans-Duel at the half-way house, sketched by our special artist, A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 14, 1866, Pg. 445.

186 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The New Orleans Charity Hospital. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 3, 1859, Pg. 569.

187 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Inauguration of the Clay statue at New Orleans, from a photograph by J. D. Edwards, New Orleans. Caption on back of picture: View of Canal Street, looking away from the Mississippi River, at the time of the dedication of the Clay Statue, 1860. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 19, 1860, Pg. 394

188 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Henry Clay’s Monument, corner of St. Charles and Canal Streets, New Orleans, LA, sketched by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: Henry Clay Statute, at the corner of Canal and St. Charles streets, was dedicated in the spring of 1860. It was later moved to Lafayette Square.

189 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Henry Clay Statute, at the corner of Canal and St. Charles streets, was dedicated in the spring of 1860. It was later moved to Lafayette Square.

190 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

The Bombardment of Port Hudson-The 100-pound Parrott gun of the "Richmond" at work, sketched by an officer of the navy. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 18, 1863, Pg. 449.

191 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Depot of the Clinton and Port Hudson Railroad, at Port Hudson. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 15, 1863, Pg. 336.

192 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The advance on Port Hudson-The baggage train of Gen. Augur’s Division crossing the Bayou Montecino, March 13, from a sketch by our special artist, W. F. Schell. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History , Pg. 315.

193 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Chemin de fer de Bayonne a Madrid Burgos. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 316.

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194 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Opening of the Mississippi--Interior view of Port Hudson, from a sketch by our special artist, Fred. B. Schell. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 15, 1863, Pg. 329.

195 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: View of Springfield Landing, below Port Hudson, Louisiana-A depot of supplies for Banks’s Army, from a drawing by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 11, 1863, Pg. 437.

196 1862 11x14 4 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Vue Générale de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Caption on back of picture: A French artist’s view of New Orleans. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, Pg. 360.

197 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: New Orleans. Caption on back of picture: A French artist’s view of New Orleans. Appeared in Rambles, Pg. 158.

198 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

View of the Mississippi River. Appeared in Official Portfolio, Pg. 291.

199 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: General B. F. Butler’s public works program in New Orleans. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 7, 1863, Pg. 380.

200 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Burning of the coast trader steamboats on the levee at New Orleans, LA, on the night of May 27, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 25, 1864, Pg. 212.

201 1862 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Mississippi-Burning of the Rebel gunboats and Rams, etc., at New Orleans and Algiers, on approach of the National Fleet, from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. Wm. Waud. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 7, 1862, Pg. 157.

202 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Arrival of the transport "North Star," with Major-General Banks and staff, at the levee at New Orleans. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, January 10, 1863, Pg. 21.

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203 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Large numbers of "disloyal" New Orleans citizens were sent to Forts Jackson and St. Philip, and to Ship Island, off the Mississippi coast. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 21, 1863, Pg. 184.

204 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: View of the levee at Opelousas Railroad Ferry, Jackson Square, New Orleans, photographed by E. H. Newton, Jr., New Orleans. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 21, 1860, Pg. 330.

205 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The foreign vessels of war at New Orleans; French steamer Renaudin; French steamer Cattinat; British steamer Vesuvius; British steam-sloop Rinaldo. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 7, 1863, Pg. 317.

206 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana-General Franklin’s Army crossing the prairie in Lafayette Parish, November 16 th, 1863. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History , Pg. 494.

207 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Army of General Banks on the march to Alexandria. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 13, 1863, Pg. 188.

208 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: On picket duty in the swamps of Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 9, 1863, Pg. 289.

209 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Union scouts in Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 7, 1864, Pg. 289.

210 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Acadians hauling boats-A scene on the Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana, sketched by A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, October 13, 1866, Pg. 644.

211 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Washing-day among the Acadians on the Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana, sketched by A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, October 20, 1866, Pg. 567.

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212 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Taking cotton and sugar aboard a steamer at a plantation on the Bayou Teche, LA, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 5, 1864, Pg. 372.

213 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana-Sharpshooters of the 75 th New York Vol. picking off the gunners on the rebel gunboat J. A. Cotton, in the action at Bayou Teche, January 14, from a sketch by our special artist. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 21, Pg. 337.

214 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Gibraltar-D’apres un dessin de M. d’Hastrel Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 332.

215 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Cypress swamp on the Opelousas Railroad, Louisiana, from a sketch by A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 8, 1866, Pg. 781.

216 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: County Buildings at Opelousas, LAsketched by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: St. Landry Parish Courthouse, Opelousas, temporary capitol of Louisiana, 1862-1863. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 13, 1864, Pg.

333.

217 1900s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Governor Moore made the Honere Mouton house his home in 1862 and 1863 when Opelousas was the temporary state capitol. A modern photograph.

218 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Banks’s Army leaving Simmsport. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, May 1863, Pg. 462.

219 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Simmsport, LA, from a sketch by Lieut. S. S. David, 133d N. Y. Vol. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper , January 9, 1864, Pg. 245.

220 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana-View of Natchitoches, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 7, 1864, Pg. 97.

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221 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Brashear City, Berwick’s Bay, LA, base of General Banks’s Operations, from a sketch by Mr. F. H. Schell. Caption on back of picture: Brashear City, base of Federal army operations in south Louisiana. appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 9, 1863, Pg. 292.

222 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Ferry-boat to Brashear City, on Berwick Bay, Louisiana, sketched by A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, October 20, 1866, Pg. 664.

223 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: King Cotton captured-The cotton of the Attakapas region pouring into Brashear City, LA, sketched by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 13, 1863, Pg. 380.

224 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Landing of registered enemies of the United States at Madisonville, LA, February 2, 1863. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 7, 1863, Pg. 156.

225 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana-Battle of Mansfield, between Gen. Banks and General Dick Taylor, April 8. Caption on back of picture: On April 8, 1864, General Richard Taylor suddenly attacked Banks about three miles south of Mansfield and decisively defeated him. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 14, 1864, Pg. 121.

226 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Rebel attack on Gen. Lee’s wagon train at Mansfield, LA, April 8, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Caption on back of picture: General Taylor reported that he had captured 20 guns, thousands of small arms, and over 200 wagons of much-needed supplies at the Battle of Mansfield. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 21, 1864, Pg. 129.

227 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: New Iberia, Louisiana, sketched by our special artist, A. R. Waud. appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 11, 1866, Pg. 509.

228 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Lake Providence, LA, headquarters of Gen. M’Pherson and the Union Division under his command, sketched by our special artist, Henri Lovie. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, P. 315.

229 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Rebel attack on our gun-boats in the Red River. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 14, 1864, Pg. 305.

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230 1862 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Vue Générale de Tol de. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, March 1862, Pg. 185.

231 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana-Fort De Russy, Red River, Captured March 14, from a sketch by Owen G. Long. Caption on back of picture: Fort De Russy garrisoned by only 260 men, was captured by Federal troops on March 14, 1864. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 30, 1864, Pg. 89.

232 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Our colored troops-The line officers of the first Louisiana native guards. Capt. Charles Sentmanal, Co. D.; 2d Lieut. V. Lavigne, Co. D.; 1 st Lieut. L. D. Larrieu, Co. A; 2d Lieut. J. L. Montieu, Co. A; and Capt. E. Davis, Co. A. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 28, 1863, Pg. 133.

233 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Our colored troops at work-The first Louisiana native guards disembarking at Fort Macombe, Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 28, 1863, Pg. 133.

234 1865 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Voluntary dispersion of Kirby Smith’s Rebel Army at Shreveport, LA, May 23. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, July 1, 1865, Pg. 229 and Leslie’s Illustrated History of the Civil War., Pg. 446.

235 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Harry Davis capturing the battle-flag of the Thirtieth Louisiana Regiment, at the Battle of Ezra Church. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 17, 1864, Pg. 593.

236 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana-The fortifications at Grand Ecore -The first Missouri Battery, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 21, 1864, Pg. 140.

237 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Mississippi-Donaldsonville, LA, scene of the action, June 28, between the forces of Gen. Banks and Gen. Taylor. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper , August 29, 1863, Pg. 360.

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238 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Engagement at Butte la Rose. Banks’s campaign in Louisiana, sketched by Mr. H. Holtz. Caption on back of picture: A combined Federal gunboat fleet and land force captured Fort Buron at Butte-a-la-Rose on the Atchafalaya River on April 20, 1863. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 30, 1863, Pg. 340.

239 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Flood in the Mississippi. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 14, 1859, Pg. 312.

240 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Admiral Porter’s Flotilla. In early March 1864, Admiral David D. Porter assembled a strong fleet at the mouth of Red River to assist General Nathaniel P. Banks in his campaign up the river. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 30, 1864, Pg. 277.

241 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Attack upon the Mortar-Fleet by Rebel land forces. appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 26, 1862, Pg. 476.

242 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Bayou Navigation in Dixie, from a sketch by Mr. Theodore R. Davis. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 11, 1863, Pg. 225.

243 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Is chief business depot, and extends 143 miles above, on the banks of the Mississippi, photographed by E. H. Nelson, Jr., New Orleans. Caption on back of picture: New Orleans water front in 1860. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 14, 1860, Pg. 307.

244 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Skirmishing in the woods on the advance to Vicksburg. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 327.

245 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Mr. Jefferson Davis signing acts of government by the roadside. Appeared in Illustrated London News, July 22, 1864, Pg. 65.

246 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Guerrilla Depredations-Seizing Horses. Caption on back of picture: After July 1863, bands of Federal and Confederate slackers and deserters operated in several sections of the state. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 24, 1864, Pg. 829.

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247 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Lost Found, drawn by A. R. Waud (shows a woman looking at a grave with two men looking on). Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 3, 1866, Pg. 76.

248 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Manufacturing corn meal. Caption on back of picture: Home manufacture of corn meal. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 24, 1864, Pg. 829.

249 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in Louisiana-Grand Ecore, the base of operations of General Banks, from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwill. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 21, 1864, Pg. 140.

250 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The explosion of the steamer "Princess" at Conrad’s Point on the Mississippi. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 12, 1859, Pg. 165.

251 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Crossing cattle for the Rebels. Caption on back of picture: Cattle for the Confederate armies being ferried over the Mississippi River, late summer 1862. Appeared in Harper Weekly, August 16, 1862, Pg. 520.

252 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Fort Pickens, on Santa Rosa Island, Pensacola Bay, Florida. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 55.

253 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Rebel prisoners in the New Orleans Custom-House, sketched by Mr. J. R. Hamilton. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, August 29, 1863, Pg. 549.

254 1866 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Sunday in New Orleans-The French Market. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly , August 18, 1866, Pg. 517.

255 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Louisiana State Seminary of Learning and Military Academy was opened at Pineville in January 1860 with Colonel William T. Sherman as the first superintendent. Appeared in LSU Catalog.

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256 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Battle of Corinth, Miss., October 4 th, 1862-Scene in the roundabouts of Fort Robinett after the repulse of the Confederates. Caption on back of picture: Waiting for "a very small spot of earth." Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 346.

257 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Gulf of Mexico-Pascagoula, Gen. Grant’s base of operations against Mobile, from a sketch by E. B. Hough. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, October 17, 1863, Pg. 52.

258 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Removing powder from the magazine of Fort Sumter during the bombardment. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 63.

259 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Battery or Park Promenade at Charleston, South Carolina, during the bombardment of Fort Sumter. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 18, 1861, Pg. 310.

260 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: The City of Charleston, South Carolina. "Mercury Office; Custom House; Castle Pinckney; Fort Moultrie, Fort Sumter. Appeared in Harper Weekly, January 26, 1861, Pg. 61.

261 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Meeting of the Southern Seceders from the Democratic Convention at St. Andrew’s Hall, Charles, April 30, 1860. Meeting of Southern Delegates at St. Andrew’s Hall, Charleston, South Carolina, after their withdrawal from the National Democratic Party Convention of 1860. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 12, 1860, Pg. 300.

262 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The South Carolina Institute, at Charleston South Carolina, in which the Democratic Convention will meet. Caption on back of picture: The South Carolina Institute, Charleston, South Carolina, scene of the National Democratic Party Convention of 1860. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 21, 1860, Pg. 252.

263 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The City of Charleston, South Carolina, where the Democratic Convention will be held. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 12, 1860, Pg. 244.

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264 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Winter quarters on the Rappahannock-army huts of the one hundred and nineteenth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, near Falmouth, VA. Caption on back of picture: Winter Quarters-He burrowed into hillsides, built . . . `dug-outs,’ bored `gopher holes’ and then covered them with poles and earth or with his tent, and occasionally had time to erect log cabins. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 316.

265 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The school-house in the mountains, used by Brown as an arsenal, sketched by Porte Crayon.

266 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: The storming of the engine-house by the United States Marines, sketched by Porte Crayon. Caption on back: Capture of John Brown and his men by United States marines under the command of Colonel Robert E. Lee. appeared in Harper’s Weekly, November 5, 1859, Pg. 712.

267 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The arraignment of John Brown, drawn by Porte Crayon. He is third from left. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, November 12, 1859, Pg. 721.

268 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The trial of John Brown, at Charlestown, Virginia, for treason and murder, sketched by Porte Crayon. Caption on back of picture: Trial of John Brown on charges of treason against Virginia, inciting a slave insurrection, and murder, at Charlestown, Virginia. He was convicted and hanged. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, November 12, 1859, Pg. 728.

269 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: The Dueling ground. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, January 8, 1859, Pg. 21.

270 1865 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Scene in the burnt district, Richmond, VA, looking up Cary Street. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 26, 1865, Pg. 84.

271 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Main Street, Harper’s Ferry, VA-Zouaves on mules-Contrabands hauling guns-Officers Lounging, etc., October 16, sketched by our special artist, Mr. Edwin Forbes. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 8, 1862, Pg. 109.

272 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Vue de Harper’s-Ferry (Virginie). Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 20.

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273 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: General view of Harper’s Ferry and the Maryland Heights. Caption on back of picture: Scene of John Brown’s Raid, October 1859. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History, Pg. 80.

274 1859 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Harper’s Ferry-The scene of the late insurrection. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly , October 29, 1859, Pg. 692.

275 1865 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Assassination of President Lincoln in his private box at Ford’s Theatre, Washington, April 14. Left to right: Booth, Mr. Lincoln, Mrs. Lincoln, Miss Harris, and Major Rathbun. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 29, 1865, Pg. 81.

276 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Morgan’s Raid-Entry of Morgan’s Freebooters into Washington, Ohio. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly , August 15, 1863, Pg. 513.

277 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Rebel prisoners at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 5, 1862, Pg. 215.

278 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Wigwam at Chicago, built for the meeting of the Republican Convention of 1860. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History, Pg. 199.

279 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Crossing the Manassas Gap Railroad, and the Alexandria and Warrington Turnpike, at White Plants-Arrival of reinforcements for Beauregard, at the camp of the Tiger Zouaves, of Louisiana. Caption on back of picture: Louisiana Zouaves arriving in Virginia to reinforce General P. G. T. Beauregard. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, September 28, 1861, Pg. 617.

280 1865 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Front view of Mr. W. McLean’s House at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, in which General Lee signed the terms of surrender, April 9. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, November 4, 1865, Pg. 696.

281 1865 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The surrender at Appomattox; based upon the lithograph called "The Dawn of Peace." By permission of W. H. Stelle. Appeared in Battles and Leaders, Pg. 736.

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282 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Position of the Confederate Army when the surrender was announced. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, April 1865, Pg. 1770.

283 1860 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 26, 1860, Pg. 321.

284 1864 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): The Rebel General Robert Edmund Lee (full length portrait). Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 2, 1864, Pg. 417. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): Robert E. Lee. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 358.

285 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture (Copy 1): William Tecumseh Sherman. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 325. Caption on front of picture (Copy 2): Major-General William T. Sherman, photographed by Anthony. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 4, 1864, Pg. 353.

286 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: General William Tecumseh Sherman. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 39.

287 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Jefferson Davis. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 45.

288 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Major-General Benjamin F. Butler, commanding Department of the Gulf. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 12, 1862, Pg. 444.

289 1861 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Ordinance of Secession.

290 1869 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: A modern tournament, drawn by W. S. L. Jewett. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 4, 1869, Pg. 780.

291 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: Mark of the invader (shows a house on fire and a family huddled together). Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, December 12, 1863, Pg. 185.

292 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Arrival of a Federal Column at a plantation home in Dixie. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 4, 1863, Pg. 220.

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293 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War in America: A corps of the Confederate Army marching by night through burning woods. Appeared in Illustrated London News, August 6, 1864, Pg. 133.

294 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Reveille in Camp-5 A.M. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, July 11, 1863, Pg. 444.

295 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Halt. Caption on back of picture: A halt at a plantation well. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, October 1, 1864, Pg. 628.

296 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: A twenty minutes’ halt. Caption on back of picture. Fall out for five minutes. Appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 167.

297 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Played Out-Lights and Shadows. Appeared in Artists Story , Pg. 203.

298 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Before Petersburg-"Mounted Infantry." Caption on back of picture: Army punishments-sentenced to join the "Mounted Infantry."

299 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The battle-field-at the read, sketched by A. W. Warren. Caption on back of picture: Card games were of long or short duration, depending upon the circumstances. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 10, 1864, Pg. 796.

300 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The soldiers’ thanksgiving dinner in camp. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, December 3, 1864, Pg. 169.

301 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: A Christmas Dinner. Appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 39.

302 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Noontide and Evening. Appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 59.

303 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Fall in for Soup! Appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 59.

304 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Coffee and Tobacco trading-A truce. Appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 163.

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305 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Night after the Battle, sketched by William Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, October 29, 1864, Pg. 696

306 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Searching for the dead and wounded. Caption on back of picture: "The memory of our glorious dead is a rich legacy to future generations . . ." General Richard Taylor. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 353.

307 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Arrival of the News-Boy. Caption on back of picture: When newspapers did arrive, they were passed from hand to hand until worn out. appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 135.

308 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Guerrilla Depredations-"Your money or your life!" sketched by W. D. Matthews. Caption on back of picture: Jayhawker Depredations-"Your money or your life!"Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, December 24, 1864, Pg. 829.

309 1864 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Last Review. Caption on back of picture: The Last Review. You have borne the flag of your regiment with honor, with no stain upon its folds amid the smoke of battle.--Colonel J. S. Scott, First Regiment, Louisiana Cavalry. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, April 1864, Pg. 772.

310. 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Rolling Cotton on Board the "Tatum." Caption on back of picture: Confiscated "Rebel Cotton" being loaded on board the Tatum. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 2, 1863, Pg. 273.

311 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Negroes leaving their home. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 9, 1864, Pg. 237.

312 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Negroes escaping out of slavery. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 7, 1864, Pg. 292.

313 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Negre en sentinelle. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 88.

314 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: Les Negres dans la tranchee. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 89.

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315 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Contraband news. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 30, 1864, Pg. 280

316 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Contrabands coming into our lines under the proclamation. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 9, 1863, Pg. 293.

317 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: A group of exchanged Rebel prisoners. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 21, 1863, Pg. 408.

318 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Mississippi-Secesh ladies coming to the United States commissaries for provisions, from a sketch by our special artist, Fred B. Schell. Caption on back of picture: "Secesh" ladies smuggled provisions, medicines and other supplies through the lines. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, October 10, 1863, Pg. 33.

319 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Union refugees coming into the Federal lines. Caption on back of picture: Refugees from war. "Tomorrow at daybreak we leave . . . on our journey to the unknown."--Kate Stone. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, November 5, 1864, Pg. 708.

320 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Sketches of army life-weighing out rations, from a sketch by our special artist, Edwin Forbes. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper , May 7, 1864, Pg. 100.

321 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: A group of Union prisoners escorted through a Rebel town. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 13, 1863, Pg. 373.

322 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Army of the Potomac-drawing rations. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly , August 22, 1863, Pg. 540.

323 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: "Washerwomen" in the army of the Potomac, from a sketch by our special artist, Joseph Becker. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, December 10, 1864, Pg. 189.

324 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front: The Army of the Potomac-Kearney’s Division fighting in the woods, Monday, June 30, sketched by Mr. A. R. Waud. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly , August 9, 1862, Pg. 500.

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325 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Blooded stallion Frank Cheatham bought by George Wilkes. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 6, 1863, Pg. 172.

326 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Infantryman on picket. Caption on back of picture: "I felt dejected and heartsick" as I looked "over those cold, barren, cheerless hills. The wind sighed along in mournful cadences. . ." Appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 127.

327 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Roadside Commissaries. Appeared in Artists Story, P. 19.

328 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Music hath charms. Appeared in Artists Story, Pg. 267.

329 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The Sixth Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteers firing into the people in Pratt Street. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 30, 1861, Pg. 376.

330 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

331 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Assault of the 1 st and 3 rd Louisiana Native Guards at Port Hudson on May 27, 1863 against the Northwestern Confederate defenses. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 27, 1863, Pg. 216. Two sides of the same picture.

332 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

A battle charge. "Bein’ scared’s all right. Backin’ away ain’t." Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, June 12, 1862, Pg. 440.

333 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

A "most desperate and bloody engagement." Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History of the Civil War, Pg. 345.

334 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

A Cavalry Charge. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 43-44.

335 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: A charge was ordered over the fence and through the field. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History of the Civil War, Pg. 425.

336 1864 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Scene of battle. Appeared in London Illustrated Journal, 1864, Pg. 89.

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337 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Scene of men going up ramps with wheelbarrows. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 9, 1863, Pg. 105.

338 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back: Into the cannon’s mouth. Appeared in Official and Illustrated War Record, Pg. 487.

339 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Battle scene. Appeared in London Illustrated Journal, Pg. 88.

340 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Battle scene. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 30, 1863, Pg. 345.

341 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: With Fate Against Them. Appeared in Battles and Leaders, Pg. 311.

342 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Battle scene. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 18, 1863, Pg. 248.

343 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Battle scene. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 1861, Pg. 377.

344 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of two boats being unloaded. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 34.

345 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on back of picture: A land of maimed men, widows, orphans, and graves. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, January 2, 1864, Pg. 9.

346 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Bombardment of Forts Jackson and St. Philip-The United States Squadron under Farragut engaging the Confederate forts and fleet on its way to New Orleans, April 24 th, 1862, from a sketch taken from foretop of the United States war steamer "Mississippi" by our special artist, Wm. Waud. Appeared in Official Portfolio, Pg. 544.

347 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Mortar vessels in the distance shelling the forts. Left to right: Fort St. Philip, "Brooklyn" (Abreast of Fort St. Philip), Fort Jackson, "Hartford" (Flag-Ship, Fire-Raft Alongside), "Pensacola," "Mississippi," "Louisiana" (Iron Plated Battery Exploding), "Manassas" (Ram). Appeared in Officers and Soldiers, Pg. 235.

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348 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Reconnaissance of Forts Jackson and St. Philip, on the Mississippi, by gun-boats from Flat-Officer Farraguts Squadron, sketched by our special artist with the squadron. Caption on back of picture: Reconnaissance of Forts Jackson and St. Philip by the blockading Federal fleet, Spring 1862, Fort Jackson is at the left. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 10, 1862, Pg. 293.

349 1862 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Bombardment des Forts Jackson Et Saint-Philip Par la Flotte du commodore Ferragut. Caption on back of picture: Federal fleet pasing forts Jackson and St. Philip, Fort Jackson is at the left. Appeared in London’s Illustrated History, 1862, Pg. 404

350 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Bombardment of the Forts. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 265.

351 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The War on the Mississippi-Panoramic view of the U. S. Fleet passing the Forts of the Mississippi on its way to New Orleans, April 19, sketched by our special artist, Wm. Waud, from the foretop of the U. S. War Steam, Mississippi. Left to right: U. S. Gunboats, Porter’s Mortar Flotilla, Ferryboat Jackson, Mississippi, Fort Jackson, Pensacola, Rebel Gunboats, Hartford-Flagship, Fort St. Philip, Chain supported on hulks, Iroquis, Ferryboat Westfield, Cayuga, Varuna. appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 7, 1862, Pg. 157.

352 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: The great naval battle on the Mississippi-passage of the second division of the Federal squadron past Fort St. Philip, April 24 th, 1862. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History, Pg. 133.

353 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: View of Ship Island, Louisiana, by our special artist on board the "Sagamore." Left to right: Winona, New London, Niagara, Fort Massachusetts, Sagamore, Ship Island, 9 th Conn. and 22d Mass. Regiments, Wissabicon, Massachusetts. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 8, 1862, Pg. 84.

354 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Ship Island and the approaches to New Orleans. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 263.

355 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Ships left to right: Benton (Federal), General Van Dorn (Confederate)., Marquis de Habana and another (Confederate), Cincinnati (Federal), Carondelet (Federal). Appeared in Illustrated London Journal, June 14, 1862, Pg. 607.

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356 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of ships on the river. appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 24, 1862, Pg. 89.

357 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scenes of ships on the river. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 17, 1863, Pg. 313.

358 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of ships burning on the river. Appeared in London Illustrated Journal, May 1863, Pg. 328.

359 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of ships on the river. appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated History of the Civil War, Pg. 440.

360 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Caption on front of picture: Evenments des etats-unis: Charleston et ses fortifications. Appeared in London Illustrated Journal, October 1883, Pg. 232.

361 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

A ship being loaded or unloaded. Appeared in London Illustrated Journal, Pg. 88.

362 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of a ship dock. Appeared in Southern State, Pg. 50.

363 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Bombardment of Port Hudson by Admiral Farragut’s fleet, March 14-15, 1863, sketched by Mr. Hamilton. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 18, 1863, Pg. 249.

364 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of fighting on a ship. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 25, 1864, Pg. 220.

365 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of the levee at New Orleans on the departure of the paroled Rebel prisoners, February 20, 1863. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 21, 1863, Pg. 185.

366 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Scene of men working on the levee. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 28, 1863, Pg. 9.

367 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Page from a book, Chapter XII, Select Incident of Lawful Trade.

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368 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Page from a book, Chapter XIX, Miss Ophelia’s Experiences and Opinions, continued.

369 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Page from a book, Chapter XL, The Martyr.

370 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Four Flags of the Confederate States of America. No. 1: The "Stars and Bars" was the first flag of the Confederate States, and was adopted by the Confederate Congress in session at Montgomery, AL and was elevated to the summit of the staff on the Capitol at Montgomery, AL on March 4, 1861, by Miss L.C. Tyler, of Virginia, Granddaughter of John Tyler, ex-President of the U.S.; No. 2: The "Battle Flag" was designed by Gen. Beauregard, adopted by Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, after the first battle of Manassas (Bull Run), and afterwardadopted by the confederate Congress. The reason for its adoption was that in the smoke and dust of battle, the "Stars and Bars" was frequently mistaken for the "Stars and Stripes." The "Battle Flag" was conceived on the field of battle, lived on the field of battle, and was proudly borne on every field from Manassas to Appomattox; No. 3: Adopted May 1, 1863, the "National Flag" of the Confederate States by the Confederate Congress; No. 4: Adopted March 4, 1865, the "National Flag" of the Confederate States by the Confederate Congress, for the reason that when the flag adopted May 1, 1863, fell limp around the staff, it resembled a flag of truce. Appeared in American Civil War, Pg 5. Artist unknown.

371 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Three Flags of the Confederate States of America. "Stars and Bars", "Battle Flag", "National Flag", appeared in Off. Portfolio, Pg 33.

372 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Fort De Russy, Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 30, 1864, Pg. 277.

373 1862 11x14 7 B&W copy print none

Topographical Plan of the City and Battle-Field of Baton Rouge, La. fought on the 5 th of August 1862, drawn by Joseph Gorlinski, Civil Eng. Series 1, Vol XV, Plate XXIV, No. 1, Group 13, from a map on file in the office of the Chief of Engineers, US Army

374 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of Northwest Louisiana and northeast Texas. Appeared in Atlas of Union and Confederate Armies, Plate CLVIII

375 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Northwest Louisiana.

376 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Southwest Mississippi. Plate CLV, Group 11

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377 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Central Southwest Mississippi. Place CLV, Group 11

378 ca. 1860s 11x14 6 B&W copy print none

Map of Louisiana west of the Mississippi River. Plate CLV

379 ca. 1860s 11x14 6 B&W copy print none

Map showing Mississippi River and surrounding land south of Lake Pontchartrain. Appeared in Atlas of Union and Confederate Armies, Plate CLVI

380 ca. 1860s 11x14 3 B&W copy print none

Map of Louisiana-North of the Gulf between Lake Charles and Napoleonville. Appeared in Atlas of Union and Confederate Armies, Plate CLVI

381 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of North of the Gulf, including southwest Louisiana and southeast Texas. Appeared in Atlas of Union and Confederate Armies, Plate CLVII

382 ca. 1860s 11x14 5 B&W copy print none

Map of Port Hudson, Louisiana and vicinity. Appeared in Atlas of Union and Confederate Armies, Plate XXXVIII

383 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of Charleston Harbor, showing Fort Sumter and the Confederate batteries. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 58

384 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Plan of operations in Charleston Harbour. Plan of the siege operations in Charleston Harbor, showing the position of Fort Sumpter in relation to the attacking batteries. Appeared in Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 27, 1861, Pg 368.

385 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of Red River Expedition, accompanying letter of Rear-Admiral D. D. Porter, U. S. Navy. Appeared in Atlas of Union and Confederate Armies, Plate L, Group 13, Series 1, Vol. XXXIV, Part 3, Pg 172

386 ca. 1860s 11x14 6 B&W copy print none

Map of Valley of the Red River, LA, Mississippi River to Shreveport.

387 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of south Louisiana between Lake Charles and Baton Rouge.

388 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Louisiana during the Civil War. Appeared in Louisiana, by Davis, Pg. 207.

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389 1866 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, February 3, 1866, Pg. 77

390 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Ante Bellum Economic Life. Railroad 1860. Appeared in Louisiana, by Davis, Pg. 180.

391 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of Vicksburg and the surrounding area. Appeared in Union and Confederate.

392 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of New Orleans and vicinity.

393 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Mississippi River from Bayou Sara to Baton Rouge. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, April 4, 1863, Pg. 218.

394 ca. 1860s 11x14 8 B&W copy print none

Map of south of Shreveport, Louisiana between Logansport and Minden. Appeared in Union and Confederate.

395 ca. 1860s 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map of south La. between Lake Charles and Baton Rouge. Appeared in Union and Confederate.

396 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Mississippi River from Milliken’s Bend to Warrenton. Appeared in Union and Confederate.

397 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Vicksburg and vicinity. Appeared in Illustrated London Journal, July 11, 1863, Pg. 28..

398 1863 11x14 2 B&W copy print none

Map No. 7 of the Gulf Grand Lake Region, prepared by order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks, Henery L. Abbot Capt. and Chief Top Engrs. Feb. 3 rd 1863.

399 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of the harbor of Pensacola, Florida, showing the Forts, Navy Yard, etc. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 9, 1861, Pg. 77.

400 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of mouth of the Mississippi River. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 4, 1862, Pg. 103.

401 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of the coast line from the mouths of the Mississippi to Pensacola. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, March 30, 1861, Pg. 197.

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402 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Red River from Collinsberg to Natchitoches.

403 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of the mouth of the Mississippi River to Iberville. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, P. 429.

404 1862 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of the Mississippi River from Millikens Bend to Plaquemine. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 429.

405 1861 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Pensacola Bay, Florida, showing the situations of the U. S. Navy Yard, Forts Pickens, M’Rae, water battery and Fort San Carlos de Barrancas, and the only channel by which vessels can enter the harbor-The Navy Yard and all the Forst except Pickens being in the possession of the authorities of Florida. Appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 9, 1861, Pg. 177.

406 1864 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Red River from Shreveport to Fort de Russey. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 7, 1864, Pg. 291.

407 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Sabine River and Neches River.

408 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Plan of Sabine Pass, of its defenses and means of communication.

409 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Northwest Louisiana.

410 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of West Central Louisiana.

411 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of part of Louisiana, accompanying leter of Maj. Gen. R. Taylor, C. S. Army.

412 1863 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Mississippi River from Vicksburg to Grand Gulf. Appeared in Harper’s Weekly, May 23, 1863, Pg. 327.

413 ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Louisiana. Appeared in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, Pg. 130.

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414 1870 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Shreveport, Louisiana.

414A. ca. 1860s 11x14 1 B&W copy print none

Vue Générale de Madrid. Appeared in London Illustrated Journal, Pg. 185.

415 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of the Roman Empire at its greatest extent. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 8.

416 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of the Migrations of the Germans in the Fifth Century. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg.26.

417 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of Europe in the time of Charlemagne, A. D. 814. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 82.

418 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of Europe about A. D. 1000. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 152.

419 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map showing Routes of the Crusaders. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 190.

420 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map showing Commercial Towns and Trade Routes of the 13 th and 14 th Centuries. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 242.

421 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of Europe about the middle of the Sixteenth Century. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 358.

422 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of Europe after the Treaties of Utrecht and Rastadt, 1713-1714. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 506-507.

423 1903 3 1/4x6 1 original color map none

Map of Europe at the time of Napoleon’s Greatest Power about 1810. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 614.

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424 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of Europe after 1815. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 626.

425 1903 6x8 1 original color map none

Map of the British Isles about 1700-1715. Taken from James Harvey Robinson, History of Western Europe, Pg. 278.

426 1945 3x5 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Spain and North Africa. Appeared in Summer Wells, ed., An Intelligent American’s Guide to Peace, Pg. 41.

427 1945 3x5 1 B&W copy print none

Map of France. Appeared in Summer Wells, ed., An Intelligent American’s Guide to Peace, Pg. 41.

428-431. There are no picture with these numbers.

432 1904 6x10 1 B&W copy print none

Carte De La Nouvelle France Et De La Louisiane. Appeared in Alcee Fortier, History of Louisiana, Pg. 28.

433 1940 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

De Fer’s Map, 1701. Les Costes Aux Environs de la Riviere de Misisipi. Appeared in Emile Lauvriere, Histoire de la Louisiane Francois, Pg. 82.

434 1941 8x10 2 B&W copy print none

Henry de Tonty in the Mississippi Valley, 1679-1704. Appeared in Edmund R. Murphy, Henry de Tonty, Fur Trader of the Mississippi.

435 ? 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

First French map of lower Mississippi, 1684-1685. Appeared in Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 17, Pg. 425.

436 1889 8x10 2 B&W copy print none

Louisiana in 1685. Drawn by Minet. Originally in the Archives of the Marine in Bordeaux. Appeared in Justin Winsor, Narrative and Critical History of America, Vol. IV, Pg. 237.

437 1889 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Map of Mississippi River Valley drawn by Father Louis Hennepin in 1697. Appeared in Justin Winsor, Narrative and Critical History of America, Vol. IV, Pg. 251.

438 ? 8x10 1 B&W copy print B&W 8x10

Map of New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Map of New Orleans, Louisiana. Copy from Archives Nationale, N III Louisiane

439 1881 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Map of New Orleans, Louisiana. Appeared in George B. Waring, Jr. and George W. Cable, History and Present Condition of New Orleans, Louisiana, Pg. 9.

440 1889 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Map of New Orleans, Louisiana, 1718-1720. Probably drawn by Le Blond de la Tour and Adrien de Pauger. Appeared in Justin Winsor, Narrative and Critical History of America, Vol. 5, Pg. 381.

441 1774 & 1889 8x10 2 B&W copy print none

Plan of New Orleans, Capital of Louisiana, 1720. Copy 1 copies from Du Pratz, History of Louisiana, Pg. 50. Copy 2 copies from Justin Winsor, Narrative and Critical History of America, Vo. V, Pg. 37.

442 1777 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Plan of New Orleans, the Capital of Louisiana with the disposition of its quarters and canals as they have been traced by Mr. de la Tour in the year 1720. Appeared in North American Atlas printed for William Faden, 1777.

443 ? 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Detail of early New Orleans, circa 1723. Appeared in Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. XIX, Pg. 878 for the article by Maurice Ries, "The Mississippi Fort, called Fort de la Boulaye," pp. 829-899.

444 1725 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Plan de la Ville de la Nouvelle Orleans En L’Etat Quelle Etoit le, 30 May 1725. Copied from Bibl. Nat. Paris.

445 1881 8x10 3 B&W copy print none

Plan dela Nouvelle Orleans Capitale dela Louisiana, 1728. Appeared in George B. Waring, Jr. and George W. Cable, History and Present Condition of New Orleans, Louisiana, Pg. 8.

446 1903 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Map of New Olreans, Louisiana, 1728. Appeared in John H. Spears and A. N. Clark, A History of the Mississippi Valley, Pg. 73.

447 1936 8x10 2 B&W copy print none

The Old Plantations on "West" Side of River, Bienville Period. Appeared in Laville Bremer, A Narrative History of the Gulf Coast, Pg. 72.

448 1889 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans and the Mississippi. Justin Winsor, Narrative and Critical History of America, Vol. 5, Pg. 41.

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Plan of New Orleans, Louisiana. Charles Gayarre, Vol. I, Frontispiece.

449A. 1906 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Plan of New Orleans. Appeared in Capt. Philip Pittman, The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi, reprint of the London, 1770, edition, with Intro. etc. by Frank H. Hodder, Cleveland, 1906 (at end of volume).

450 1881 & 1922 8x10 2 B&W copy print none

Plan Et Projet de la Nouvelle Orleans, 1763. Copy 1 Appeared in George B. Waring, Jr. and George W. Cable, History and Present Condition of New Orleans, Louisiana, 1881, Pg. 13. Copy 2 Appeared in John Smith Kendall, History of New Orleans, 1922, Pg. 23.

451 1909 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Map of New Orleans, Louisiana and vicinity, 1765. Appeared in David I. Bushnell, Jr., The Choctaw of Bayou Lacomb, Plate 2 (end of book)

452 1881 & 1922 8x10 2 B&W copy print none

Plan of New Orleans, 1770, by Capt. Pittman of the British Army. Copy 1 Appeared in George B. Waring, Jr. and George W. Cable, History and Present Condition of New Orleans, Louisiana, 1881, Pg. 20. Copy 2 Appeared in John Smith Kendall, History of New Orleans, 1922, Pg. 28.

453 1881 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Plan showing the boundaries of the great Conflagration of New Orleans on the 21 st of March 1788. Appeared in George B. Waring, Jr. and George W. Cable, History and Present Condition of New Orleans, Louisiana, 1881, Pg. 24.

454 ? 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Map of New Orleans and vicinity. Copied from Carondelet y Perchet Part 1, Biblioteca Nacional (Madrid), M. I. 328.

455 1792 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

456 1792 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans Defenses. Copied from Carondelet y Perchet Part 2, Biblioteca Nacional (Madrid), M. I. 328.

457 1792 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans Fortifications. Copied from Carondelet y Perchet Part 3, Biblioteca Nacional (Madrid), M. I. 328.

458 1794 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans Fire of 1794. Perchet, A. S. H. M. M-B-11-19.

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New Orleans Fire of 1794. Map by Juan Maria’ Perchet, Dec. 11, 1794, A. G. I. S. D., Leg. 2643 (planos Luis of Flas. #150).

460 1794 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans Fire of 1794. Perchet: Dec. 8, 1794, A. G. Simaneas, XVI-132.

461 1791 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans, Louisiana, 1791. Arcivio General de Simancas, VII-80.

462 1794 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Detailed plan of New Orleans fortifications. Perchet, A. S. H. M.-k-b-4-41.

463 1922 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans, Louisiana. Appeared in John Smith Kendall, History of New Orleans, Vol. I, Pg. 36.

464 1882 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans, Louisiana in 1798. Appeared in Martin, Pg. 412.

465 ? 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

A plan of New Orleans, Louisiana.

466 ? 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

New Orleans, Louisiana in 1798. Part of Trudeau map. Appeared in Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. 22, Pg. 405.

467 ? 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Plan by Carlow Trudeau, December 24, 1798, showing the original subdivision of the Faubourg Ste. Marie and its relation to the plan of the city of New Orleans.

468 8x10 B&W copy print none

Eighteenth Century map of the Louisiana Colony.

469 8x10 B&W copy print none

Emile Lauvriere Histoire de La Lauisiane Francaise. Paris: Libraire Orientale et Americaine 1940. p. 159.

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Canada, Louisiane et Tennes Angloiese. Nov. 1704.

471 8x10 B&W copy print none

Archives nationales, NN article ^73

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Eighteenth century map of the Louisiana colony.

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LA.IN 1733 Baron de Cresnay

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Eighteenth Century Louisiana Colony. Appeared in Archives Nationales N N Article piece no. 88

475 8x10 B&W copy print none

Anonymous. Province de la Louisiane, 1743. Biblioteca Nacional (Madrid). M-I 326.

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Anonymous. Province de la Louisiane 1743, Biblioteca NQ ciond (Madrid) M.I. 326.

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B. M. 73210 (7). Carte de la Coste de la Louisiane.

478 8x10 B&W copy print none

Plate de la Louisiane coars du Mississippi et pais voisins par N. Bellin. Ingenieur de la Marine- 1744. Bm 73210(8).

479 8x10 B&W copy print none

Du Pratz, M. Le Page, The History of Louisiana. New Orleans: Pelican Press, Inc. P.1. 1750s.

480 8x10 B&W copy print none

BM 73210 (10). Eighteenth century map of the Louisiana colony.

481 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Gulf of Mexico & the Caribbean Sea, the so-called ‘Lakes of Louisiana.’" Justin Winsor, Narrative and Critical History of America, Boston, VIII vols. (Vol. VIII (1889), p. 276) Bellin, 1754.

482 8x10 B&W copy print none

Winsor, V, 86. 1750s.

483 1758 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Mouths of the Mississippi. French Period. Le Page Du Pratz. Appeared in Winsor, Vol X, Pg 66

484 8x10 B&W copy print none

Published Nov. 1759 by T. Jeffery. Plate 47 in. ‘The North American Atlas" Printed for William Faden 1777. BM 1. tab.44 (47).

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N. American before the French and Indian War. Maguider, Harriet. A History of Louisiana. Boston: D. C. Heath & Co. (1909) p. 118.

486 8x10 B&W copy print none

From: Carte de la Louisiana et du Coars du Mississippi par Fuillaume de L’gelle. No data. B.M. 73210 (4).

487 unknown 8x10 1 B&W copy print none

Eighteenth Century Louisiana Colony. French Period, Map 6. Appeared in Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. XIX, Pg 878

488 8x10 B&W copy print none

Section of Delisle Map, 1718. V. R. Casado, Psimeros Anos De Dominacion Espanola En La Luisiana, Madrid, 1942, 16.

489 8x10 B&W copy print none

Eighteenth century map. (copy 3 of no. 486)

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#7 archives national N III Louisiane article 7, piece no. 3. Part 1.

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#7 archives national N III Louisiane article 7, piece no. 3. Part 2.

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43 archives nationales, NN article ^73 D piece no. l54 (partir gauche).

493 MIA

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Eighteenth century map. BM 73210 (2) #323.

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Eighteenth century map. BM 73210 (3).

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Archives nationale, N. N. article ^73, price no. 86.

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Archives nationale, NN article ^73 price no. 100C partie gauche.

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Plate 44 in the North American Atlas. Printed for William Faden in 1777. This plate was printed 20 th I eb. 1775. B.M. 1. tab. 44 (44).

499 8x10 B&W copy print none

From ‘Lounce of the River Mississippi from the Balier to foot chateau. By ht. Ross of the 56 th Regiment. 1765 Plate 46 in. The North American Atlas. Printed for William Faden 1777. BM. I Tab 44 (46).

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MR- gig. S/Q 604.

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Document MR gig. Re orders: S/Q 604.

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Fr. Ha.- 1720. Gulf of Mexico. Deiler. The Settlement of the German coast of Louisiana. Philadelphia. Americana Germanica Press. 1909. Page 78.

503 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map of the country replaced by La Salle. Magruder, Harriet. A History of Louisiana. Boston: D.C. Heath & Co. (1909) P. 25.

504 8x10 B&W copy print none

Ficklen, H. & Govt. F. l.a., M.4., 1901. Frontispeed.

505 8x10 B&W copy print none

haville Brenner, Amichel, A Narrative Hist. of the Gulf Coast. M. P., md. - p. 61 c. 1940 (hm room). #229.

506 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bremer, Laville, Gulf Coast History and Guide N. P., N. D., (c. 1940) p. 62.

507 8x10 B&W copy print none

Fort of the Biloxi. Marcel Giraud, Histoire de la Louisiane Francaise, Presses Universitaines de France, Paris 1953, 32.

508 8x10 B&W copy print none

View of Dauphine Island, 1717. Emile Launriere Histoire de la Louisiane Francaise. Paris: Lebraire Oriental et Americaine, 1940 p. 176.

509 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map 1. 19 L. H. Q. 878.

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Map 2. 19 L. H. Q. 878.

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Map of Fort St. Louis and Pensacola. Emile Lauririere Histoire de la Louisiane Francais, Paris: Lebraire Oriental et American 1940 p. 221.

512 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mobile Bay. Marcel Giraud, Histoire de la Louisiane Francaise, Presses Universitaines de France, Paris, 1953, p. 174.

513 8x10 B&W copy print none

Pauger’s Plan. Fort Conde, Mobile. Emile Lauvriere Histoire de la Louisiane Francaises. Paris: Libraire Oriental et Americaine, 1940 p. 232.

514 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mobile prior to 1715. Marcel Giraud, Histoire de la Louisiane Francaise, Presses Universitaines de France, Paris 1953, 40.

515 8x10 B&W copy print none

Pensacola Bay. V. R. Casada, Primeros Anos De Dominacion Espanola en la Luisiana, Madrid, 1942, p. 272.

516 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mouth of the Mississippi, de Pauger. Emile Lauvieiere. Histoire de la Louisiane Francaise, Paris: Libraire Orientale et Americaine, 1940 p. 243.

517 8x10 B&W copy print none

Winsor, V, 22.

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Map of Natchez and Natchez. Emile Lauvriere. Histoire de la Louisiane Francaise. Paris: Lebraire Orientale et Americaine 1940, p. 270.

519 8x10 B&W copy print none

Natchez, Mississippi (1729). 19 L. H. Q. 549.

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archives nationale N III. Louisiane article 7, price no. 2. Natchez.

521 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mission of LeBlanc on the Yazoo River. Emile Lauvriere. Historie de la Louisiane Francaise. Pairs: Libraire Orientale et Americaine, 1940 p. 265.

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III-7 During the 1770s, the British planned to build a fort and town near the mouth of Bayou Manchac (Iberville River). (78) Courtesy of British Museum, London.

523 8x10 B&W copy print none

Document MR gig Re orders S/Q 604.

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BM 73215 913 0.

525 8x10 B&W copy print none

Archivo del Servicio Historico Militar (Madrid) Baton Rouge 7284.

526 8x10 B&W copy print none

C. O. 700 Florida 3 g. S/Q 610. British Museum.

527 8x10 B&W copy print none

Broutin’s Map of Natchitoches. Emile Lauvriere Histoire de la Louisiane Francaise. Paris: Libraire Orientale et Americaine 1940, p. 285.

528 8x10 B&W copy print none

Plan of the Fort at Natchitoches, 1732. From an unidentified reproduction in the E. A. Davis Collection. A. Church; B. Commandant’s House; C. Armory & Magazine; D. Priest’s House (the fort’s records kept here); E. Militia Barracks; F. Guardhouse; G. Mess Hall; H. Servants Quarters; I. Oven.

529 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana Indians. Fred B. Kniffen, "The Historic Indian Tribes of Louisiana," LA Conservation Review, July, 1935, (Vol. IV, No. 7), p.6.

530 8x10 B&W copy print none

Courtesy of Fred Kniffen. Dept. of Geog., L. S. U.

531 8x10 B&W copy print none

Indian tribes of Louisiana in 1700. Fred Kniffen. The Indians of Louisiana. Ed. Mat., Stat., Research Baton Rouge Louisiana. 1945, p. 52.

532 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map of Territory of Orleans 1805-1806. Counties- approved 10 April 1805. Co.-Par. Boundaries in La. H.R.S.- 1939, p. 18. La. Room.

532B 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map of Territory of Orleans and State of Louisiana 1811-1814. Parishes- 1811 (Apr.) Co.- Par. Boundaries in LA. H.R.S.- 1934, p. 27.

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Map of Louisiana 1852-1867. Parishes 1852-1867. Co.-Par. Boundries in La. H.R.S.- 1939, p. 74 La. Room.

533 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mississippi River, Nouvelle Orleans 1802. Copy of original print in LSU library.

534 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Map of the Island of Orleans: for the possession of which the United States began the negotiations that ended in the Louisiana Purchase." Virgil A. Lewis. The Story of the Louisiana Purchase. St. Louis: Woodward, Turnan, 1903. P. 124.

535 8x10 B&W copy print none

Woodrow Wilson, Hist. of the American People, (Documentary edition), N.Y., 1901-1918, X vols. See vol. VI. ("The United States, 1801.")

536 8x10 B&W copy print none

"U.S. History- La. Purchase- Louisiana."

537 8x10 B&W copy print none

Plan o t Fort Miro 1805. 20 L.H.Q. p. 465.

538 8x10 B&W copy print none

Spain’s West Florida. Arthur. The West Florida Rebellion. St. Francisville Democrat, 1935. P. 146.

539 3x5 B&W copy print none

GC59:1 Battle of New Orleans (map). Grace King and John R. Ficklen, A History of Louisiana, (New York and New Orleans, 1893), p. 184.

540 8x10 B&W copy print none

A general map of the seat of war in Louisiana and West Florida, shewing all the fortified points and encampments of both the American and British armies; also the march of Gen. Jackson’s Army on his expedition against Pensacola.

541 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map shewing the landing of the British army: its several encampments and fortifications on the Mississippi and the works they erected on their Retreat; also the different posts encampments and fortifications made by the several corps of the American army during the whole campaign.

542 8x10 B&W copy print none

War of 1812, Louisiana and West Florida. Powell A. Casey, Louisiana in the War of 1812. (1963) p. 117.

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Ft. Jesup- 1846. 17 L. H. Q. 152.

544 8x10 B&W copy print none

La. in late 1850s. T. 9. Bradford. Atlas. Boston, 1855or later. p. 45.

545 8x10 B&W copy print none

First map of Shreveport 1848. Shreveport Centennial 1935, p. 15. La. 976.3 Sh 84s.

546 6x8 B&W copy print none

Plantations along the lower Mississippi. Section of Persac’s Map, from Stephenson, Isaac Franklin.

547 8x10 B&W copy print none

Caskey, Willie M. Secession and Restoration of Louisiana. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1938. p. 14.

548 8x10 B&W copy print none

Caskey, Willie M. Secession and Restoration of Louisiana. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1938. p. 26.

549 8x10 B&W copy print none

Election 1860. A. P. Sindles, Huey Long’s La., Baltimore Johns Hopkins Ps., 1956, 9.

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Chief agricultural products 1860.

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12 LHQ 399

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Harpers 1964 p. 181.

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Human Interest Library, Chicago, 1921, III 283.

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Human Interest Library, Chicago, 1921, III 283.

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Theatre of Southwestern Campaigns.

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1860s. Harper’s Pict. H. of the C. War, 1866, pt. II, p. 578.

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(same as 413) check source for paper page. Also Harpers, 1861 p. 718. Civil War. Harper’s Pict. H. of the Civil War, N.Y., 1866, pt. 1, p. 125.

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Harper’s 1861, p. 718. Harper’s Pict. H. of the C. W. pt. 1, p. 125.

559 8x10 B&W copy print none

Harper’s 1862, p. 247. Balloon view of the vicinity of New Orleans, looking toward the Gulf of Mexico.

560 8x10 B&W copy print none

Harper’s 1861, p. 197.

561 8x10 B&W copy print none

Harper’s Pict. H. of the Civil War, N.Y., 1866, pt. 1, p. 264.

562 8x10 B&W copy print none

Battles and Trades p. 46. The course of the United States screw-sloop "Mississippi" in the passage of the forts.

563 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map showing final disposition of the Confederate fleet. From a drawing lent by Commander J. R. Bartlett.

564 8x10 B&W copy print none

Approaches to New Orleans.

565 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana Plantations below Baton Rouge, from J. T. Lloyd’s Map, 1863. Frederick Way, Jr., comp., Way’s Directory of Western Rivers Packets, n. p. , 1950, No. P-2414.

566 8x10 B&W copy print none

Topographical plan of the city and battle field of Baton Rouge, LA. Fought on the 5 th of August 1862.

567 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map of Port Hudson and Baton Rouge.

568 8x10 B&W copy print none

Tomlinson’s Map of Port Hudson. Showing all of the batteries, strongholds, principal plantations & C.

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XXX (1864-65), 426. Map of Port Hudson.

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Atlas UTC Annis plate XXXV.

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Map of the Red River, and Arkansas and Missouri campaigns, of 1864.

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Atlas plate LIII. Same as 402

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Atlas plate LIV

574 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map of the Red River Campaign.

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Plan of Fort De Russy.

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Section including falls and dam Red River.

577 8x10 B&W copy print none

Part of Louisiana. Sketch of General Liddell’s Plan, January, 1864.

578 8x10 B&W copy print none

Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation in Louisiana.

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Parishes that participated in the adoption of the Constitution of 1864.

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O. R. Atlas.

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O. R. Atlas.

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Map of LA 1803.

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From John Melish’s Military and Topographical Atlas of the United States.

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Positions of the American and British armies near New Orleans January 8th, 1815.

585 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map of New Orleans 1815.

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Plan of the City and Environs of New Orleans. 1816

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Diagram showing inundated district. Suare’s Crevasse, May 3, 1849.

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New Orleans showing area built in 1841.

589 8x10 B&W copy print none

Map of the tract between the former Coast Bluff, and the Mississippi River, known as Orleans Island.

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Old campus, Louisiana State University.

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Map of the Mississippi River from Princeton to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Lowest temperatures ever recorded in LA (these were recorded in the great freeze of Feb., 1899).

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New Orleans showing the area closely built in 1878, with houses then existing in the suburban part of the city.

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Part of 2nd District New Orleans.

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Louisiana 1901.

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Average value of farm land 1910.

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Percent of Negroes in total population of Louisiana, by parishes: 1910.

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World’s Panama Exposition, New Orleans, The Logical Point 1915.

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New Orleans Logical Point. 1915 September to May 1916. Most favorable to Exhibitors before Canal opens- and to People after that event. WORLD’S PANAMA EXPOSITION.

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New Orleans and the Delta of the Mississippi (Turn of the century).

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Map of the State of Louisiana.

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Louisiana: Place Names.

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Map showing sugar parishes of Louisiana and approximate areas where sugar is produced (the shaded areas only produce sugar).

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Types of farming areas in Louisiana.

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Left: Precipitation in inches during 6-month period of most active plant growth- April to September (Average for 35 year period).

Right: Average precipitation in autumn (September-November) in inches.

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Louisiana Growing Season, Isopleths in Days (Data fro Agricultural Yearbook, 1941).

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The lower Mississippi River.

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Indian Groups of Louisiana Today.

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Migrants (born outside of Louisiana).

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Principal oil and gas producing areas.

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Rural social areas of Louisiana.

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French Louisiana and Cultural Islands of Rural Louisiana.

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Traffic flow on present state highways

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Major industrial use of water- 1955.

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Total average withdrawal use of water by parishes- 1955.

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Tree regions of Louisiana.

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Map.

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Status of Parish Roads, 1955.

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State of Louisiana prepared by Department of Public Works, Baton Rouge, LA, Natural Drainage and Contours.

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Rural and irrigation use of water- 1955.

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Louisiana integrated hospital regions and estimated 1955 private population.

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Tree regions of Louisiana.

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1956 Louisiana Industrial Expansion.

624 8x10 B&W copy print none

Wildlife and Fisheries Commission Enforcement Districts.

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Average annual rainfall- Louisiana.

626 8x10 B&W copy print none

Average daily flow of Louisiana streams (in millions of gallons).

627 8x10 B&W copy print none

Major forest types in Louisiana.

628 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana Commission on Higher Education: projected increase in white college-age population 1956 to 1970.

629 8x10 B&W copy print none

State of Louisiana- prepared by Department of Public Works, Baton Rouge, LA.

630 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana Public Health Districts and Parishes.

631 8x10 B&W copy print none

Agricultural Experiment Stations.

632 8x10 B&W copy print none

Seaward limit of Zone I, Seaward limit of Zone III and the disputed area.

633 8x10 B&W copy print none

Existing Project: Navigation Channel in Mississippi River and Passes.

634 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana Industrial Expansion 1957.

635 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Orleans and Vicinity showing highway approaches to the city.

636 8x10 B&W copy print none

State of Louisiana prepared by Department of Public Works, Baton Rouge, LA, Lakes and Streams.

637 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana Industrial Investment by Parish 1957.

638 8x10 B&W copy print none

Toledo Bend Reservoir.

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639 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana State Soil and Water Conservation Committee.

640 8x10 B&W copy print none

A profile of the continental shelf adjacent to the mouth of the river.

641 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Water for Industry," Chamber of Commerce, Alexandria, LA.

642 8x10 B&W copy print none

Location of wood industries in Louisiana.

643 8x10 B&W copy print none

Ouachita River, navigation lock and dam near Columbia, LA.

644 3x5 B&W copy print none

J. H. Schlarman, From Quebec to New Orleans, Belleville, IL, 1929, p. 304.

645 8x10 B&W copy print none

A Plan of New Orleans. Reference.

646 8x10 B&W copy print none

Reference to a proposed plan of a new town.

647 8x10 B&W copy print none

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648 8x10 B&W copy print none

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649 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bernard, Antoine. Histoire de la Louisiane. Quebec: Universiti Laval, 1953. P. 400.

650 8x10 B&W copy print none

Girl in front of a house.

651 8x10 B&W copy print none

Acadian House, Evangeline State Park, St. Martinville, LA.

652 8x10 B&W copy print none

Kitchen, Acadian House Museum, Longfellow-Evangeline State Park at St. Montinville.

653 8x10 B&W copy print none

Evangeline Oak.

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A typical habitat.

655 8x10 B&W copy print none

Upper Teche Country.

656 8x10 B&W copy print none

Sketch of two people in a small fishing boat.

657 8x10 B&W copy print none

Acadian Exile, from an old drawing.

658 8x10 B&W copy print none

Washing day among the Acadians of the Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana.

659 8x10 B&W copy print none

Exile of the Acadian.

660 8x10 B&W copy print none

Evangeline by Fald.

661 8x10 B&W copy print none

Deportation of the Acadians by Order of Charles Lawrence, Governor of Nova Scotia. Evangeline and her father in the foreground.

662 8x10 B&W copy print none

Acadians hauling boats a scene on the Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana.

663 8x10 B&W copy print none

Acadians in a boat.

664 8x10 B&W copy print none

Acadians.

665

More Acadians.

666 8x10 B&W copy print none

A parade.

667 8x10 B&W copy print none

Parade.

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Spring Fiesta, New Orleans.

669 8x10 B&W copy print none

Float in the parade.

670 8x10 B&W copy print none

Behind-the-scenes... floats.

671 8x10 B&W copy print none

Baton Rouge Mardi Gras float, early 1900s.

672 8x10 B&W copy print none

Five O’Clock Tea Club.

673 8x10 B&W copy print none

Baton Rouge Mardi Gras float, 1901.

674 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mistick Krewe of Comus announcement.

675 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA

676 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mardi Gras costumes, New Orleans, about 1873.

677 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA.

678 8x10 B&W copy print none

The mosquito war.

679 8x10 B&W copy print none

Comic strip concerning St. Denis.

680 8x10 B&W copy print none

Comic strip regarding New Orleans and its fortifications.

681 8x10 B&W copy print none

Comic strip regarding the Mississippi River.

682 8x10 B&W copy print none

Comic strip regarding "LaSalle’s Louisiana."

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Comic strip regarding DeSoto’s March 1539-1543.

684 8x10 B&W copy print none

Comic strip regarding Oregon.

685 8x10 B&W copy print none

Comic strip regarding John Law.

686 8x10 B&W copy print none

Comic strip regarding Laussat.

687 8x10 B&W copy print none

...regarding Henri Tonti.

688 8x10 B&W copy print none

...regarding Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase.

689 8x10 B&W copy print none

...regarding New Orleans and the Mississippi River Valley.

690 8x10 B&W copy print none

Railroad cartoon about 1850.

691 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA.

692 8x10 B&W copy print none

Hotel Bentley, Alexandria, LA.

693 8x10 B&W copy print none

England Air Force Base, Located at Alexandria, LA.

694 8x10 B&W copy print none

Alexandria, LA showing Red River Bridge to Pineville.

695 8x10 B&W copy print none

Fire prevention demonstration at high school.

696 8x10 B&W copy print none

Huddle Grammar School, Alexandria, LA.

697 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana State School for Spastic Children.

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Huey P. Long Hospital, Pineville, LA.

699 8x10 B&W copy print none

Alexandria, on the Red River. From a war-time photograph.

700 8x10 B&W copy print none

Occupation of Alexandria, Spring, 1863.

701 8x10 B&W copy print none

Alexandria Wharf, 1864.

702 8x10 B&W copy print none

Pansy Circle, Baton Rouge.

703 8x10 B&W copy print none

No. 3 Fire Company, Baton Rouge, 1887.

704 8x10 B&W copy print none

No. 3 Fire Company, Baton Rouge, in Fireman’s Parade, 1887.

705 8x10 B&W copy print none

Sketch of the old State Capitol.

706 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old Capitol building, Baton Rouge, La.

707 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old Capitol, Baton Rouge, 1863.

708 8x10 B&W copy print none

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709 8x10 B&W copy print none

Baton Rouge, looking inland penitentiary buildings in the background.

710 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old State Capitol.

711 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old State Capitol about 1800.

712 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old State Capitol.

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Old State Capitol.

714 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old State Capitol, 1973, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

715 8x10 B&W copy print none

Main Central Staircase, Old State Capitol, 1973, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

716 8x10 B&W copy print none

Third Street, Baton Rouge, LA.

717 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old Garig House fronting the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge.

718 8x10 B&W copy print none

Baton Rouge, Main Street.

719 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old State Penitentiary- Florida and Laurel Sts. Baton Rouge.

720 8x10 B&W copy print none

First electric streetcar- Baton Rouge.

721 8x10 B&W copy print none

Horse cars- Baton Rouge.

722 8x10 B&W copy print none

LA Institute of the Blind- Baton Rouge.

723 8x10 B&W copy print none

Convention St. School, Baton Rouge, 1890.

724 8x10 B&W copy print none

Yamettes, 1956.

725 8x10 B&W copy print none

State Capitol, on State Capitol Avenue, one block off River Road.

726 8x10 B&W copy print none

Huey Long statue/monument in the foreground, State Capitol in the background.

727 8x10 B&W copy print none

Huey Long monument in the foreground, State Capitol in the background.

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State Capitol.

729 8x10 B&W copy print none

First floor plan of the State Capitol.

730 8x10 B&W copy print none

Interior view of Memorial Hall, State Capitol, Baton Rouge, LA.

731 8x10 B&W copy print none

View from the top of the State Capitol.

732 8x10 B&W copy print none

Aerial view of the State Capitol, Baton Rouge, LA.

733 8x10 B&W copy print none

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734 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mississippi River Bridge, June 1958, Baton Rouge.

735 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mississippi River Bridge.

736 8x10 B&W copy print none

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737 8x10 B&W copy print none

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738 8x10 B&W copy print none

Chamber of Commerce.

739 8x10 B&W copy print none

Cities--Columbia Street, Bogalusa, Louisiana.

740 8x10 B&W copy print none

Fireman’s Parade, 1890.

741 8x10 B&W copy print none

Courthouse, Clinton, Louisiana.

742 8x10 B&W copy print none

East Louisiana Hospital- Insane Asylum, Jackson, Louisiana.

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743 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA

744 8x10 B&W copy print none

Group of men in Houma standing by the Intracoastal Canal to emphasize its opening all the way to Texas. This was in 1934.

745 8x10 B&W copy print none

Man with buggy and horse in front of Houma City Hall in 1930s. He appears to be traveling about and on the top of his buggy reads, "Spirit of Louisiana."

746 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA

747 8x10 B&W copy print none

Cornerstone being lifted into place in building in Houma, LA in 1936.

748 8x10 B&W copy print none

Ceremony to commemorate the opening of the Intracoastal Canal to Texas in 1934 in Houma, LA.

749 8x10 B&W copy print none

P. O. Building- under construction. December 24, 1934.

750 8x10 B&W copy print none

Ribbon-cutting ceremony.

751 8x10 B&W copy print none

Church Street, Houma, LA.

752 8x10 B&W copy print none

Exhibit from Houma, South Louisiana Fair at Donaldsonville, 1941.

753 8x10 B&W copy print none

Terrebonne High School Building, Houma, LA.

754 8x10 B&W copy print none

St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church.

755 8x10 B&W copy print none

Aerial view of Houma, LA.

756 8x10 B&W copy print none

Dock on the Lake, Lake Charles, LA c. 1895.

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Industrial plant- Calcasieu River. Lake Charles.

758 8x10 B&W copy print none

Industrial plant- Calcasieu River.

759 8x10 B&W copy print none

Aerial view of Lone Star Cement Corp Plant- Lake Charles.

760 8x10 B&W copy print none

Aerial view of downtown Lake Charles.

761 8x10 B&W copy print none

Aerial view of the new Lake Charles- Calcasieu River Bridge, which is a part of U. S. 90.

762 8x10 B&W copy print none

Calcasieu- Lake Charles River Bridge.

763 8x10 B&W copy print none

LA Rice Milling Co. Lake Charles, LA.

764 8x10 B&W copy print none

Loading a barge at Lake Charles.

765 8x10 B&W copy print none

Port at Lake Charles.

766 8x10 B&W copy print none

Aerial picture.

767 8x10 B&W copy print none

Picture of a portion of our docks showing steamers berthed at Warehouse #1 and #2.

768 8x10 B&W copy print none

Reforestation.

769 8x10 B&W copy print none

Tree Farm, Fisher, LA.

770 8x10 B&W copy print none

Loring Pond, Enjoy motor boat racing, swimming, fishing, and camping, located near Many, LA.

771 8x10 B&W copy print none

Elementary and high school, Many, LA.

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Many City swimming pool.

773 8x10 B&W copy print none

Many City swimming pool.

774 8x10 B&W copy print none

U. S. Post Office, Many, LA.

775 8x10 B&W copy print none

City of Monroe and West Monroe, showing how levees and floodwalls protected cities from flood of May, 1958 on Ouachita River. See Corps of Engineers letter, Upper Miss. folder.

776 8x10 B&W copy print none

Shadows on the Teche.

777 8x10 B&W copy print none

"The Shadows," New Iberia.

778 8x10 B&W copy print none

View: Mt. Carmel Convent, New Iberia, LA.

779 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Iberia.

780 8x10 B&W copy print none

Seaplane landing on Bayou Teche, New Iberia, LA.

781 8x10 B&W copy print none

Iberia Parish Court House. New Iberia, LA.

782 8x10 B&W copy print none

Artist’s sketch of multi-million $ U. S. Naval Auxiliary Air Advanced Training Station, New Iberia, LA, under construction now to be ready for occupancy late 1958 or early 1959.

783 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Iberia, B. R. station, Late 1800s.

784 8x10 B&W copy print none

14 Nov 1863.

785 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Orleans Custom House under construction, 1860.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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786 8x10 B&W copy print none

Confederate Museum.

787 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA

788 8x10 B&W copy print none

Lafayette Square, New Orleans, the American counterpart of Creole Jackson Square. The National Flag of Louisiana was raised over City Hall (right) on February 12, 1861.

789 8x10 B&W copy print none

First church in New Orleans 1718.

790 8x10 B&W copy print none

Cathedral, etc. about 1815.

791 8x10 B&W copy print none

Arch honoring Jackson- Jackson Square.

792 8x10 B&W copy print none

Charity hospital, New Orleans.

793 8x10 B&W copy print none

The Custom House at New Orleans, seized by the state.

794 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old St. Charles Theatre.

795 8x10 B&W copy print none

Picayune Building, mid 1880s.

796 8x10 B&W copy print none

Antoines Restaurant.

797 8x10 B&W copy print none

Broker’s Office, New Orleans.

798 8x10 B&W copy print none

Abbot Cycle Co.’s Show Room, New Orleans.

799 8x10 B&W copy print none

England Tea and Coffee House.

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New Orleans railway car.

801 8x10 B&W copy print none

Pickwick Club.

802 8x10 B&W copy print none

Café des Exiles.

803 8x10 B&W copy print none

French Opera House.

804 8x10 B&W copy print none

Workers, New Orleans. Custom House, 1860.

805 8x10 B&W copy print none

The New Orleans Charity Hospital.

806 8x10 B&W copy print none

Store, New Orleans, early 1900s.

807 8x10 B&W copy print none

City Park, New Orleans, early 1900s.

808 8x10 B&W copy print none

Canal Bank.

809 8x10 B&W copy print none

French Market, early 1900s.

810 8x10 B&W copy print none

French Market.

811 8x10 B&W copy print none

French Market scene.

812 8x10 B&W copy print none

French Market scene.

813 8x10 B&W copy print none

French Market scene.

814 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA

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815 8x10 B&W copy print none

LA Jockey Club, early 1900s.

816 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bicycle Club, St. Charles Avenue.

817 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Orleans Cold Storage Company.

818 8x10 B&W copy print none

Electric cars, 1895.

819 8x10 B&W copy print none

Electric cars, 1895.

820 8x10 B&W copy print none

Rice Mill, New Orleans.

821 8x10 B&W copy print none

Haunted House, Royal Street.

822 8x10 B&W copy print none

National Rice Milling Co., New Orleans.

823 8x10 B&W copy print none

Cathedral, Jackson Square.

824 8x10 B&W copy print none

Cathedral, early 1920s.

825 8x10 B&W copy print none

Cabildo, early 1900s.

826 8x10 B&W copy print none

Parish prison.

827 8x10 B&W copy print none

Old Rookery, New Orleans.

828 8x10 B&W copy print none

Central Station, New Orleans.

829 8x10 B&W copy print none

Thomas H. Underwood Home, New Orleans.

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On Royal Street.

831 8x10 B&W copy print none

Miller’s Academy and Billiard Hall.

832 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bofinger Residence, New Orleans, early 19 th century.

833 8x10 B&W copy print none

Fabacher’s, the Gentlemen’s café.

834 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bofinger Parlor and Library, early 19 th century.

835 8x10 B&W copy print none

Drawing Room, late 19 th century.

836 8x10 B&W copy print none

J. G. Libadiote’s American Confectionary.

837 8x10 B&W copy print none

Interior American Drug Store.

838 8x10 B&W copy print none

Herwig Residence Drawing Room, early 19 th century.

839 8x10 B&W copy print none

Begnets at the French Market.

840 8x10 B&W copy print none

State Agricultural Experiment Station, Audubon Park, New Orleans.

841 8x10 B&W copy print none

Laffite’s Shop.

842 8x10 B&W copy print none

Philadelphia Ice Cream Works.

843 8x10 B&W copy print none

"A La Renaissance Des Chenes Verts." Restaurant and Ladies’ Café.

844 8x10 B&W copy print none

American Drug Store, New Orleans.

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New Orleans Sanitarium and Training School for Nurses.

846 8x10 B&W copy print none

No. 547, Canal St., West from Charters.

847 8x10 B&W copy print none

Alcee Fortier High School Band of New Orleans, LA. City and State Champions for 1933.

848 8x10 B&W copy print none

Colonial Costumes.

849 8x10 B&W copy print none

Hovey King home.

850 8x10 B&W copy print none

Doorway and patio of house built during Spanish period, New Orleans.

851 8x10 B&W copy print none

Night, Canal Street, New Orleans.

852 8x10 B&W copy print none

Street car (trolley).

853 8x10 B&W copy print none

An upper floor iron-fringes gallery in the Crescent City.

854 8x10 B&W copy print none

MIA

855 8x10 B&W copy print none

Jackson Square.

856 8x10 B&W copy print none

St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square.

857 8x10 B&W copy print none

Superdome.

858 8x10 B&W copy print none

Modern New Orleans.

859 8x10 B&W copy print none

Main Lobby, New Orleans International Airport.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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860 8x10 B&W copy print none

Catholic Church at Opelousas, LA.

861 8x10 B&W copy print none

May Festival Tournament, Opelousas 1897.

862 8x10 B&W copy print none

Saudoz Store, Opelousas about 1900.

863 8x10 B&W copy print none

Saudoz Store, Opelousas about 1900.

864 8x10 B&W copy print none

Ruston High School and Athletic Field, La. Tech in background.

865 8x10 B&W copy print none

Grambling College, Grambling, LA.

866 8x10 B&W copy print none

Between Ruston and Grambling.

867 8x10 B&W copy print none

Firemen’s Parade, Shreveport, circa 1880s.

868 8x10 B&W copy print none

Central High School, Shreveport, about 1908.

869 8x10 B&W copy print none

A view of the Greater Shreveport Municipal Airport.

870 8x10 B&W copy print none

This is the 450 bed Veterans Administration Hospital in Shreveport. It is located on the historic site of Fort Humbug, of Civil War fame.

871 8x10 B&W copy print none

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872 8x10 B&W copy print none

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873 8x10 B&W copy print none

Henry C. Beck Building.

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874 8x10 B&W copy print none

A night view of Shreveport’s downtown skyline, taken from recently completed Spring Street viaduct, an important link in the city’s improvement program and one that will bring relief to traffic congestion to the downtown area.

875 8x10 B&W copy print none

Downtown Shreveport. LA Municipal Review.

876 8x10 B&W copy print none

Aerial view of downtown Shreveport.

877 8x10 B&W copy print none

Henry Miller Shreve monument.

878 8x10 B&W copy print none

Foster Rd. Interstate in Shreveport.

879 8x10 B&W copy print none

Shreveport Expressway.

880 8x10 B&W copy print none

Silliman Collegiate Institute, for young ladies, Clinton, Louisiana.

881 8x10 B&W copy print none

Centenary College, Clinton, LA, photographer: Andrew Lytle, 1885.

882 8x10 B&W copy print none

LSU 1888 Deaf and Dumb Institute.

883 8x10 B&W copy print none

LA College, Pineville (LA’s oldest accredited college, a four year institution, has campus of 80 acres. It offers BA degrees in 14 areas. 1957 enrollment of 900 students.)

884 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana State Seminary.

885 8x10 B&W copy print none

Nicholls State, 1968.

886 8x10 B&W copy print none

C of C, Thibodeaux.

887 8x10 B&W copy print none

Graduation Day, Northwestern State College.

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Straight University.

889 8x10 B&W copy print none

Soule Commercial College and Literary Institute, New Orleans.

890 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Orleans College of Dentistry.

891 8x10 B&W copy print none

The University of Louisiana, New Orleans.

892 8x10 B&W copy print none

Boarders’ Costume. Uniform for school days. Uniform for Sundays and Thursdays. Ursuline Convent, New Orleans, 1888.

893 8x10 B&W copy print none

Study Hall, Ursuline Convent, New Orleans, 1888.

894 8x10 B&W copy print none

Library, Ursuline Convent, New Orleans, 1888.

895 8x10 B&W copy print none

Ursuline Convent Studio, New Orleans, 1888.

896 8x10 B&W copy print none

The Interrupted Duel, by Garnelo-Alda, Salon de 1897.

897 8x10 B&W copy print none

The famous New Orleans dueling ground. "The Oaks."

898 8x10 B&W copy print none

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899 8x10 B&W copy print none

Salt mine?

900 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mineral revenues from state-owned lands, 1945-1955.

901 8x10 B&W copy print none

Total applications for public assistance grants by category, July 1, 1956-June 30, 1957.

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Louisiana Forest Fires, 1957.

903 8x10 B&W copy print none

Layout of the French Opera House.

904 8x10 B&W copy print none

Statistics.

905 8x10 B&W copy print none

Diagram.

906 8x10 B&W copy print none

"All of Louisiana’s Teachers are Better Prepared"

907 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Louisiana Commission on Higher Education Teaching Personnel Needed in Louisiana’s State-Supported Institutions" 1970-71.

908 8x10 B&W copy print none

French class.

909 8x10 B&W copy print none

Number of children transported to school in Louisiana.

910 8x10 B&W copy print none

Average annual salaries-teachers.

911 8x10 B&W copy print none

Diagram.

912 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana State Department of Hospitals, Annual Report, Baton Rouge, 1957.

913 8x10 B&W copy print none

Mississippi River cut-offs.

914 8x10 B&W copy print none

Diagram-sulphur.

915 8x10 B&W copy print none

How LSU’s money is spent.

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916 8x10 B&W copy print none

Population of Louisiana 1900-1956 (white/non-white).

917 8x10 B&W copy print none

Graph illustrating sugar production in LA from 1815-1980.

918 8x10 B&W copy print none

Graph illustrating sugar production in LA from 1880-1938.

919 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana population 1810-1954.

920 8x10 B&W copy print none

Urban rural population 1810-1930.

921 8x10 B&W copy print none

Color, nativity percentage.

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Blowgun shooting.

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Pounding corn in wooden mortar.

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Emil John.

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Dwellings of present day Louisiana Indians.

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Indian mound and group of present-day Indians, Louisiana.

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Present-day Indians and their dwellings, Terre Bonne Parish, Louisiana.

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Tick dance.

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Ready to begin snake dance.

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Scraping a skin.

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A Choctaw baby peeks out of a handwoven Indian basket at Lacombe, Louisiana.

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Indian village scene.

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Indian scene.

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A Caddo Indian village, Northwest Louisiana.

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Femme sauvage broyant le mais.

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Indian in summer time.

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Head flattening.

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Customs of Lower Mississippi Valley tribes.

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Indian torture in Louisiana.

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A calumet- from an old drawing.

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Stone boiling.

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A new discovery of a large country in America by Father Lewis Hennepin.

943 8x10 B&W copy print none

Indians cooking over a fire.

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Indian village scene.

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Indian house, South Louisiana.

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The last reed, Natchez Massacre, 1729.

947 8x10 B&W copy print none

The Red River Valley 8000 Years Ago.

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Indians performing a task.

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Chitimacha.

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Chitimacha basketing.

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Chitimacha basketing.

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Chitimacha basketing.

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Chitimacha basketry.

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Wooden mortar and pestle.

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Blowgun and cane arrows.

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Mortar.

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Drum.

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Round from Tathuland Plantation.

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Site No. 15, Wilkinson Place, Caddo.

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Early Delta Airlines Plane.

961 8x10 B&W copy print none

Stinson T (airplane).

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Coffee tasters, New Orleans.

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Main office building- Esso Standard Oil Company, Baton Rouge, LA.

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View of one of the motor oil canning machines at Esso Standard Oil Company’s Baton Rouge Refinery. The machine fills cans at the rate of about 360 a minute.

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Esso Standard Oil Company.

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Fluid Hydroformer at the Baton Rouge refinery of Esso Standard Oil Company. This unit produces high-octane aviation gasoline stock.

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Esso Standard Oil Company.]

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Here is a scene showing the 206-foot, 9-inch tower in position before it started its move into upright position.

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Gas storage tanks.

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MIA

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MIA

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Instrument control room in the Digestion Department, Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation’s Baton Rouge alumina plant.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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Aerial photograph.

974 8x10 B&W copy print none

Polymer Chemicals Division, W. R. Grace & Co. Semi-Works Plant, Baton Rouge, LA.

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Located on the Calcasieu Ship Channel from Lake Charles to the Gulf of Mexico are the plants of Cities Service Oil Company, Cit-Con Oil Corporation, Firestone Synthetic Rubber and Latex Company, Petroleum Chemicals, Inc., and the Hercules Powder Company.

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Towing an off-shore oil rig to location.

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Oil rig, Bayou Lafourche.

978 8x10 B&W copy print none

Loading machinery for export to Latin America at New Orleans.

979 8x10 B&W copy print none

Holland America Line.

980 8x10 B&W copy print none

Port of New Orleans photo.

981 8x10 B&W copy print none

Loading cotton at New Orleans.

982 8x10 B&W copy print none

Jefferson Island Salt Company, Division Diamond Crystal Salt Co., Jefferson Island, LA, Iberia Parish. (Open to visitors.)

983 8x10 B&W copy print none

Iberia Parish Sugar Co-Op. Mill.

984 8x10 B&W copy print none

Evangeline Hot Sauce- A noted Louisiana product.

985 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana State Rice Milling Company, Inc.

986 8x10 B&W copy print none

Loading truck with LA Highway Dept. "A" gravel. April 1968.

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The Bulk Marine Terminal at Burnside, LA.

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Paper Mill, Bogalusa.

989 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louisiana Long Leaf Lumber Co. mill at Fisher, LA, 6 miles south of Many, LA. Employs 275 men, turns out 67, 500 board feet of lumber per day.

990 8x10 B&W copy print none

Continental Can Company’s Paper Mill, Hodge, Louisiana.

991 8x10 B&W copy print none

South Louisiana lumbering, early 1900s.

992 8x10 B&W copy print none

White oak staves made by Frank Sabyl, Jennings, LA in 1928 to France for claret wine casks.

993 8x10 B&W copy print none

Loading logs, late 1800s.

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Debarking log.

995 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Longleaf Pine."

996 8x10 B&W copy print none

Wesson Oil and Snowdrift Plant, world’s largest for processing cottonseed oil.

997 8x10 B&W copy print none

A plant.

998 8x10 B&W copy print none

Sulphur plant on the Lower Mississippi.

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A plant.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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Kaiser Aluminum and Ideal Cement Corporation, Baton Rouge.

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Aerial view- Baton Rouge Refinery, Humble Oil and Refining Company.

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Esso Standard Oil Company.

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Departure of the Spaniards.

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The fight at Mobile.

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Indian fleet meeting De Soto.

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Repelling the landing.

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Spaniards enslaving Indians.

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De Soto’s march.

1007 8x10 B&W copy print none

De Soto discovering the Mississippi River.

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De Soto’s army on the bank of the Mississippi.

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Burial of De Soto.

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Marquette descending the Mississippi.

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La Salle displays the arms of France.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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The Discovery of the Mississippi. "In the name of Louis the Great, I do now take possession of this great river of the Mississippi."

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La Salle at the mouth of the Mississippi, April 9, 1862.

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La Salle claimed for his royal master and his beloved France all the land watered by this great river and all its tributaries.

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His musket rang out, and La Salle fell to the ground and never spoke again.

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Death of La Salle.

1017 8x10 B&W copy print none

Tonty.

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Charlevoix’s descent of the Mississippi.

1019 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Orleans in 1719- from an old print.

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Laying out New Orleans.

1021 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bienville building Fort Rosalie.

1022 8x10 B&W copy print none

First Fort at Biloxi.

1023 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bienville.

1024 8x10 B&W copy print none

Cabane D’Emigrant.

1025 8x10 B&W copy print none

House.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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German names in the Spanish marriage register of St. John the Baptist.

1027 8x10 B&W copy print none

Barrow Family Coat of Arms.

1028 8x10 B&W copy print none

Tools and utensils.

1029 8x10 B&W copy print none

Fleur de lis.

1030 8x10 B&W copy print none

Pioneer rifle and powder horn.

1031 8x10 B&W copy print none

A Canadian soldier.

1032 8x10 B&W copy print none

Le coton mis en sac.

1033 8x10 B&W copy print none

Ursuline nuns- 1733.

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Bienville’s House, 1727.

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First Church- 1718.

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Second Church built- 1724-27.

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Landing of the Ursulines- 1727.

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Entrance to Havana Harbor about 1720. The early French trade with Spanish Havana brought needed gold and silver to the Louisiana colony. (97)

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At the English Turn.

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Fort Maurepas. A model of the first fort at Old Biloxi made in 1967 by the eighth grade Louisiana History class at Catholic High School, Baton Rouge, Patrick B. Kennedy, instructor.

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La Freniere’s appeal to the Council.

1042 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Vue du fort de la Bolise."

1043 8x10 B&W copy print none

French.

1044 8x10 B&W copy print none

French soldier-1710.

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French soldier- 1710.

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Colonial Wooden Plow.

1047 8x10 B&W copy print none

Casket Girls.

1048 8x10 B&W copy print none

New Orleans- 1719.

1049 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louis XV.

1050 8x10 B&W copy print none

La Rue Quincampoix.

1051 8x10 B&W copy print none

Immigrants for Louis- Louisiana.

1052 8x10 B&W copy print none

Kerlerec.

1053 8x10 B&W copy print none

Vandreuil.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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Model of the first fort at Biloxi, Fort Maurepas 1699.

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Eighth grade, Catholic High School, first fort at Old Biloxi, Patrick Kennedy instructor.

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Iberville.

1057 8x10 B&W copy print none

Bienville building Fort Rosalie.

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La Salle’s landing in Texas.

1059 8x10 B&W copy print none

The voyage of Iberville landing at Dauphin Island.

1060 8x10 B&W copy print none

Assassination of La Salle.

1061 8x10 B&W copy print none

The murder of La Salle.

1062 8x10 B&W copy print none

Death to the Natchez!

1063 8x10 B&W copy print none

Philippe duc d’Orleans, Regent de France.

1064 8x10 B&W copy print none

Le Moyne d’Iberville.

1065 8x10 B&W copy print none

Jean Law.

1066 8x10 B&W copy print none

Louis XIV.

1067 8x10 B&W copy print none

A French Frigate.

1068 8x10 B&W copy print none

Failure of Law’s Bank- from an old drawing.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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Dolphin Island.

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Flag.

1071 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Bars of Aragon."

1072 8x10 B&W copy print none

British Union Jack (1763-1779).

1073 8x10 B&W copy print none

"Habitacion" de Leseuer.

1074 8x10 B&W copy print none

Interior flatboat. Sometimes entire families moved to the lower Mississippi Valley area with all of their possessions- livestock, poultry, and household goods.- from an old print

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Baton Rouge Troop Quarters-1788.

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Baton Rouge Commandant’s House, 1788.

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Natchez Jail, by Gayoso de Lemos (Nov. 8, 1792).

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St. Martinville, late Spanish period.

1079 8x10 B&W copy print none

Fortif at Baton Rouge, July 13, 1798.

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Model of Cathedral- 1794.

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The sale of Louisiana.

1082 8x10 B&W copy print none

Amnesty given by O’Reilly- August 21, 1769.

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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Bill of Louis’ Royal Bank about 1720.

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The changes of fashion.

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French dress 1793.

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The "Merveilleuse," 1793.

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Louisiana History--Early American Regime.

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1106 Missing

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Louisiana History--Antebellum.

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Louisiana History--Antebellum.

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Louisiana History--Civil War.

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Louisiana History--Civil War.

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Louisiana History--Civil War.

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Louisiana History--Civil War.

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Louisiana History--Civil War.

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Louisiana History--1877-1920.

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Louisiana History--Modern Era. 1394 Missing

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. AND EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

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Louisiana--Animals.

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Louisiana Plantations.

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Louisiana State University, 1880s-1940s.

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Louisiana State University, 1880s-1940s.

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Out of State Photographs.

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Portraits--Groups.

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Portraits--Individuals.

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Public Notices and Advertisements.

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Rural Life.

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Sports, Recreation, and Food.

1630-1637 8x10 B&W copy print none

Trains.

1638-1677 8x10 B&W copy print none

Watercraft and River Photographs.

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Watercraft and River Photographs.

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Watercraft and River Photographs.

1755-1794 8x10 B&W copy print none

Watercraft and River Photographs.

1795 8x10/3x6 B&W copy print none

Spanish Attack on English Pensacola, 1781

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Fort McComb Photos/Newspaper Article

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Red River Raft

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Photos for Pelican State

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Louisiana State Seal and Photos for "Up the Mississippi"

1812-1815 8x10 B&W none

Live Oak Society/Newspaper article

1816-1821 8x10 B&W copy print none

LA Leaders and Forts

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Miscellaneous

1877-1880 8x10 B&W copy prints none

New State Capital

1881-1963 8x10/5x7/3x3 B & W copy prints none

Miscellaneous Buildings

1964-2004 B&W copy prints none

Scenic shots of towns/rivers/countryside

2005-2013 8x10 B & W copy prints none

Shots of individuals

2014-2035 8x10 B & W copy prints none

Civil War Photos

2036-2086

Original Louisiana Prints

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Sketches and Advertisements

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Map Photos

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Boats

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Miscellaneous Group Shots

2206-2207 8x10 B & W none

Louis Armstrong

2208-2215 6x8 B & W none

Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce, 1930s

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. & EDWIN A., COLLECTION

BOX 23 -Xerox Photographs from books

Folder

1. Adams, Henry, History of the United States of America, During the Administration of James Madison, 1930: Map showing the landing of the British Army by Major A. Lacarriere Latour, 1815 (pp. 336 a & b-2 copies)

2. Adams, James Truslow and Charles Garrett Vannest, The Record of America, 1938: Map of French Settlements in North America (p. 64-2 copies)

3. a) Arthur, Stanley Clisby, The Story of the Battle of New Orleans, 1915: Jackson’s Headquarters in Royal Street (p. 50-2 copies); The Jackson Portrait Given Livingston (p. 53-2 copies); The Macarty Plantation Home, Jackson’s Battlefield Headquarters (p. 117-2 copies); The Battle of New Orleans (p. 175-2 copies); Plan of the Attack and Defence of the American Lines Below New Orleans, on the 8 th January 1815 (p. 181-2 copies)

b) Arthur, Stanley Clisby, Old New Orleans, 1937: Patio of Seignouret Maison (p. 61-2 copies); LePetit Theatre du Vieux Carré (p. 103-2 copies); Iron Balcony Railing at 824 Royal Street (p. 128-2 copies); Iron work on the balconies of the Miltenberger buildings at Royal and Dumaine streets (p. 129-2 copies); Patio at 520 Royal Street (p. 132-2 copies); Shaded balconies in Chartres street and sunlight on the facade of the Cathedral (p. 176-2 copies); Cabildo, Cathedral and Presbytere as they were in 1803 when New Orleans came into the possession of the United States (p. 179-2 copies); Father Antoine’s Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) as it appeared in 1841 (p. 235-2 copies)

4. Barker, Eugene C., Walter P. Webb, and William E. Dodd, The Growth of a Nation, The United States of America, 1928: This scene shows the methods which the Spaniards who settled the West Indies used for making sugar from sugar cane (p. 41); Near the mouth of the Mississippi River, La Salle erected a cross and claimed the Mississippi Valley for France (p. 126-2 copies); This picture represents a scene in the lives of the Acadians. They are shown here waiting to go aboard the ship that is to carry them away from their old homes (p. 130-2 copies); Map of European Possessions in the Present United States after the Treaty of 1763 (p. 131-2 copies); Map, The Claims of European Nations in 1750 (p. 139-2 copies); Before the Battle of New Orleans, General Jackson reviewed his troops, a strangely assorted force of trained soldiers, frontiersmen, and plain citizens (p. 307-2 copies); Men’s costumes of about the year 1830 (p. 362-2 copies); Women’s costumes of about the year 1836 (p. 363-2 copies); Map, Stages in the Territorial Growth of the United States (p. 391-2 copies); Uniforms worn by Confederate soldiers (p. 475-2 copies); After the war many a Confederate soldier returned to find marks of war’s ravage on every hand (p. 495-2 copies)

5. Beard, Charles A. and William C. Bagley, The History of the American People, 1931: La Salle (p. 83-2 copies ); Raising the American Flag in New Orleans, 1803 (p. 209-2 copies)

6. Bolton, Herbert Eugene, History of the Americas, 1935: Map, The French in Acadia and the St. Lawrence Valley (Seventeenth Century) (p. 76-2 copies); Map, The Louisiana Purchase and Disputed Boundaries (p. 194-2 copies)

7. Bourne, Henry Eldridge and Elbert J. Benton, American History, 1925: Map, European Claims in North America in 1710 (p. 19-2 copies); Map, Distribution of Population in 1810 (p. 251-2 copies)

8. Campbell, Edna Fay, Victor L. Webb, and William L. Nida, the Old World Past and Present, 1937: Map, The French and Spanish Heritage (p. 161-2 copies)

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. & EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

BOX 23 -Xerox Photographs from books Continued

Folder

9. Casey, Powell A., Louisiana in the War of 1812, 1963: A General Map of the Seat of War in Louisiana and West Florida, by Major A. Lacarriere Latour (p. 108-2 copies); Latour’s Map of the Area of the Night Battle of December 23 (p. 112-2 copies); Sketches of the Villere and de la Ronde Houses in 1860 (from Frost’s Pictorial History of the War of 1812) (p. 113-2 copies); Sketches of the Lacoste and Macarty (Jackson Hqts.) Houses in 1860 (from Frost’s Pictorial History of the War of 1812) (p. 114-2 copies); Latour’s Map Showing Area of Landing of British Army Below New Orleans (p. 115-2 copies); Map of British Captain H. H. Moorsam Showing American and British Positions Below New Orleans (from Cope’s History of the Rifle Brigade) (p. 116-2 copies); Latour’s Map Showing British Attack on American Lines on January 8, 1815 (p. 117-2 copies); The Left Portion of the Battlefield on January 8 (from print in Cabildo by Hyacinthe Laclotte made in 1815) (p. 118-2 copies); The Right Portion of the Battlefield on January 8 (from print in Cabildo by Hyacinthe Laclotte made in 1815) (p. 119-2 copies)

10. Celeste, Sister Mary, The Origin and Growth of Our Republic, 1943: De Soto’s discovery of the Mississippi River (p. 41-2 copies); Sieur de Bienville (p. 62-2 copies); Map, French possessions in the Mississippi valley, the upper Lakes region, and central Canada (p. 169-2 copies); Map, North America in 1763 (p. 172); Map, The United States in 1802 (p. 264-2 copies); The transfer of Louisiana to the United States (p. 265-2 copies); Andrew Jackson, Engraving from a painting by Jarvis (p. 298-2 copies); Map, The Confederacy (p. 487)

11. Chadsey, Charles E., Louis Weinberg, and Chester F. Miller, America in the Making, 1928-Exiled from Acadia (p. 202-2 copies)

12. Davis, Edwin Adams, Plantation Life in the Florida Parishes of Louisiana, 1836-1846, 1943: Train (p. 3); The Big House at Highland (p. 12a-2 copies); Making horseshoes (p. 33); Wagon with Cotton (p. 37); Horses and buggy (p. 60); A party (p. 140)

13. Deiler, J. Hanno, The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and The Creoles of German Descent, 1909: Map, The Principal Forts and Trading Posts of Louisiana, 18 th Century, by J. Hanno Deiler (7 copies)

14. Dimitry, John, Lessons in the History of Louisiana, 1877: De Soto’s March (Frontispiece-2 copies); The Battle of New Orleans (p. 102-2 copies); The City of New Orleans (p. 140-2 copies); Map of the State of Louisiana (pp. 153 & 154-2 copies)

15. Dole, Helen B., Rustic Life in France, 1896 The Cooper (p. 106a-2 copies); The Spinners (p. 152-2 copies); Tree-Felling (p. 200a-2 copies); The Floatage of Wood (p. 226a-2 copies)

16. Eggleston, Edward, The History of the United States and its People, 1914: French Country Man and French Country Woman of that Day (p. 68-2 copies); Indian bottle of Pottery from Arkansas;; Indian agriculture; Indian Manner of Broiling in 1585 (p. 74-2 copies); Cabin of Round Logs (p. 93-2 copies); Pack-Horses; A School Scene in 1740. The Master and His Assistant Wear Hats (p. 95-2 copies); Kidnapping a Man for the Colonies (p. 105-2 copies); La Salle; French Gentleman of the Time (p. 117-2 copies)

17. Estill, Harry F., The Beginner’s History of our Country, 1925: De Leon on the Florida Coast (p. 24-2 copies); De Soto Reaches the Mississippi River (p. 26-2 copies); La Salle Claiming Louisiana for France (p. 107-2 copies); Jefferson (p. 197-2 copies); Perry’s Victory on Lake Erie (p. 212-2 copies); The Battle of New Orleans (p. 213-2 copies); General R. E. Lee (p. 271-2 copies)

DAVIS, LA VERNA R. & EDWIN A., COLLECTION-Continued

BOX 23 -Xerox Photographs from books Continued

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18. Evans, Lawton, The Essential Facts of American History, 1917: De Soto having discovered the Mississippi in 1541 dies upon its banks one year after, and is buried in its stream (p. 31-2 copies); New Orleans as it appeared 1719 (p. 130); The Acadians in Nova Scotia are driven from their homes on account of their sympathy for the French (p. 148-2 copies)

19. Fant, Mabel B. and John C. Fant, History of Mississippi, 1925: The Common Dance of the Natchez (p. 12-2 copies); De Soto Discovers the Mississippi River (p. 20-2 copies); La Salle at the Mouth of the Mississippi, 1682 (p. 28-2 copies); First Fort at Biloxi (p. 34-2 copies); The Gulf Coast, Showing Points of Early Exploration and Settlement (p. 37-2 copies); Fort Rosalie and Neighboring Settlements Showing Indian Villages (p. 44-2 copies); The Battle of New Orleans (p. 112-2 copies)

20. Fortier, Alcée, Précis de L’Histoire de France, 1913: Louis XIV (pg. 82b-2 copies)

21. Gordy, Wilbur F., A History of the United States for Schools, 1907: French Soldiers and Officers of the Time of the French War (p. 95); An Ohio River Flatboat (p. 219-2 copies); Map, Lewis and Clark’s Expedition through the Louisiana Territory to the Pacific (1804-1806) (p. 221-2 copies); Old Plantation Days (p. 292-2 copies)

22. Greene, Francis Vinton, The Mississippi, 1898: Map, Operations in Louisiana, February to July 1863 (p. 212); Port Hudson, 1863 (p. 226)

23. Guitteau, William Backus, Our United States, A History, 1923: New Orleans in 1803 (p. 259-2 copies)

24. Kelsey, D. M., Our Pioneer Heroes and Their Daring Deeds, 1883: Discovery of the Mississippi (p. 40-2 copies); Indian Fleet Meeting De Soto (p. 41-2 copies); Burial of De Soto (p. 44); Departure of the Spaniards (p. 45-2 copies); Assassination of La Salle (p. 80-2 copies); Lafitte, The Pirate (p. 333-2 copies)

25. a) King, Grace and John R. Ficklen, A History of Louisiana, 1893: Cathedral, Jackson Square (Frontispiece-2 copies); Hernando De Soto (p. 5-2 copies); Map showing French settlements on the Gulf Coast and Mississippi River (p. 46-2 copies); Parish Map of Louisiana (p. 146a & b-2 copies); Cabildo (Supreme Court Building) (p. 152-2 copies); Battle of New Orleans (p. 184-2 copies); Jackson’s Statue (p. 190-2 copies); Court House in which Jackson was tried (p. 193-2 copies); Gov. Thos. B. Robertson, Gov. Henry Johnson; Gov. E. D. White, Gov. Joseph Walker, Gov. P. O. Hibert, Gov. R. C. Wickliffe, Gov. Thos. O. Moore (P. 209-2 copies); War Map of Louisiana (p. 215-2 copies); Gov. Henry W. Allen (p. 234-2 copies); The Capitol at B. R. (p. 246-2 copies); The Levee at New Orleans (p. 247-2 copies)

b) King, Grace and John R. Ficklen, Stories from Louisiana History, 1905: The St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans (frontispiece-2 copies); Hernando De Soto (p. 25-2 copies); A Quaint Old Picture of New Orleans in 1803 (p. 265-2 copies); The Cabildo (p. 267-2 copies); Jean Lafitte (p. 280-2 copies)

26. Knowlton, Daniel C. and Mary Harden, Since We Became a Nation, 1934: New Orleans in the 1800, redrawn from an old print and New Orleans today (p. 186-2 copies); A Table of Events Showing Our Relations with Other Nations, 1789-1825 (p. 202); The Southern Confederacy, states included are shown by the diagonal lines, the capitol was Richmond (p. 327-2 copies)

27. Lewis, Virgil A., The Story of the Louisiana Purchase, 1903: Map of United States Showing Extend and Boundary of the Louisiana Purchase in 1903 (p. 19-2 copies); Map of the Island of Orleans (p. 125-2 copies)

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28. McDermott, John Francis, The Spanish in the Mississippi Valley, 1974: Ursuline Chapel and Detail from "A View of New Orleans taken from the Opposite Side of the Mississippi, 1765" (p. 256); Plan showing the part of New Orleans consumed in the conflagration of Dec. 8, 1794 (p. 258); Plan of New Orleans in 1793 (p. 264-2 copies); The Plaza de Armas in 1803 (p. 254); Plan of New Orleans in 1803 (p. 267); Santa Maria III at Anchor (p. 120); View

29. Mace, William H. and George Petrie, Elementary History, 1933: Hernado De Soto (p. 22-2 copies); De Soto Discovers the Mighty Mississippi (p. 23-2 copies); French Fur Traders Bartering with the Indians (p. 81-2 copies); La Salle at the Mouth of the Mississippi (p. 83-2 copies); Bienville (p. 84-2 copies); Iberville (p. 85-2 copies); Thomas Jefferson (p. 191-2 copies); Andrew Jackson (p. 201-2 copies); The Battle of New Orleans (p. 204-2 copies)

30. Magruder, Harriet, A History of Louisiana, 1909: Map of Louisiana Showing Parishes and Principal Places (frontispiece-2 copies); The Capitol at B. R. (p. viii-2 copies); Spanish Knight of 16 th Century (p. 4-2 copies); Spaniards Landing on the Gulf Coast (p. 5-2 copies); De Soto’s Discovery of the Mississippi (p. 9-4 copies); La Salle at the Mouth of the Mississippi (p. 21-2 copies); King Louis XIV (p. 59-2 copies); The Duke of Orleans (p. 78-2 copies); New Orleans in 1719 (p. 80); Failure of Law’s Bank (p. 83); Old Ursuline Convent (p. 90-2 copies); A View in Acadia (p. 129-2 copies); The Exile of the Acadians (p. 130-2 copies); A Flatboat (p. 174-2 copies); An Early Street Lamp (p. 180-2 copies); Baron Carondelet (p. 182-2 copies); Making Sugar from Sugar Cane (p. 184-2 copies); The Place D’Armes (p. 210-2 copies); The Old Markets, New Orleans (p. 223-2 copies); Zachary Taylor (p. 279-2 copies); P. G. T. Beauregard (p. 299-2 copies); Confederate Battle Flag (p. 309-2 copies); Henry W. Allen (p. 311-2 copies); Jetties at the Mouth of the Mississippi River (p. 339-2 copies); "The Oaks" (p. 352-2 copies)

31. Marshall, Thomas M., American History, 1933: Map, North America in 1763 (p. 133-2 copies); The United States in 1802 (p. 244-2 copies); Map, The War of 1812 in the South and The Battle of New Orleans, General Jackson is the man on the white horse (p. 265-2 copies)

32. Montgomery, D. H., The Leading Facts of American History, 1904: Map, De Soto’s Expedition, 1539-1542 (p. 29-2 copies); La Salle at the Mouth of the Mississippi (p. 129-2 copies)

33. Mugnier, George François, edited with an introduction by John R. Kemp and Linda Orr King, Louisiana Images, 1880-1920, 1975: Fishing Shacks on a Bayou, ca. 1895 and Shrimping, Bayou Castaign, ca. 1895 (p. 99-4 copies); Dock on the Lake, Lake Charles, Louisiana, ca. 1895 (4 copies); Repairing a Crevasse, ca. 1920 (4 copies); St. John’s Church (4 copies)

34. Powers, Stephen, Afoot and Alone, 1872: Cotton Press, A Negro Village, Caves at Vicksburg (p. 80a-2 copies); The Bayou Region, Live-Oak Grove (2 copies)

35. Report of the Secretary of State, 1902: Louisiana Institute for the Deaf ad Dumb; Hon. E. B. Kruttschnitt, President Board School Directors, Orleans Parish; Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute, Lafayette; Flag; Justice E. D. White; Discovery of Louisiana, Miscellaneous, Historical (written material pp. 595-602); Railroads in Louisiana (written material p. 623); Gen. Leon Jastremski (p. 665); Southern University, founded in New Orleans 1880, moved to Scotlandville 1914 (p. 465); Levee Camp at Melville; Quarters at Angola; Cutting Cane at Hope; Crowley High School; Main Building Charity Hospital; Memorial Hall; Monroe High School; Soldiers’ Home

36. Robinson, James Harvey and Emma Peters Smith, and James Henry Breasted, Our World Today and Yesterday, 1924: Court Scene at Versailles (p. 277-2 copies); Louis XIV (p. 497-2 copies); Napoleon (p. 609-2 copies)

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37. The St. Louis Cathedral and its Neighbors, A publication of the Louisiana State Museum, October 10, 1938: St. Louis Cathedral (frontispiece); Residence at the time of his death of Huey Pierce Long (p. 14-2 copies); Third Church (p. 21-2 copies)

38. Schlarman, J. H., From Quebec to New Orleans, 1929: Louis XIV, King of France (p. 32a-2 copies); John Law, Founder of the Mississippi Company (p. 160b-2 copies); Acadia (p. 304b-2 copies); Deportation of the Acadians by Order of Charles Lawrence, Governor of Nova Scotia. Evangeline and Her Father in the Foreground (p. 320a-2 copies)

39. Scroggs, William O., The Story of Louisiana, 1924: The [old] State Capitol at Baton Rouge (frontispiece-2 copies); La Salle’s Expedition Landing at Matagorda Bay (p. 24-2 copies); New Orleans in 1719 (p. 62); A Choctaw Indian Village (p. 63-2 copies); Jackson Square, New Orleans (p. 170-2 copies)

40. Steele, Joel Dorman and Esther Baker Steele, Brief History of the United States, 1900: Burial of De Soto (p. 28-2 copies); La Salle at the Mouth of the Mississippi (p. 34-2 copies); Battle of New Orleans (p. 170-2 copies)

41. Story of Our Country: The Burial of De Soto (p. 43-2 copies); French Gentleman and Lady (p. 129)

42. Street, Julian, American Adventures, 1917: Courtyard of the old Orleans Hotel (p. 640); The Mysterious old Absinthe House, founded 1799 (p. 620)

43. Thompson, Maurice, The Story of Louisiana, 1888: Packenham’s Charge (frontispiece -2 copies); La Salle Displays the Arms of France (p. 17-2 copies); Bienville Building Fort Rosalie (p. 41-2 copies); Laying Out New Orleans (p. 55-2 copies); The Last Reed (p. 67-2 copies); A Primitive Sugar Mill (p. 93-2 copies); Lafreniere’s Appeal to the Council (p. 105-2 copies); The Death of Villiere (p. 119-2 copies); Filles a La Cassette (p. 167-2 copies); Jackson’s Sharp-Shooters (p. 221-2 copies); By the Old Quarters (p. 288-2 copies); On the Levee (p. 297-2 copies)

44. Welles, Sumner, An Intelligent American’s Guide to the Peace, 1945: Map of France (p. 41)

45. Williams, W., Appleton’s United States Guide Book, 1853: Drawing of New Orleans (p. 12-2 copies) and map of the Mississippi River from Princeton to the Gulf of Mexico; Map of the Mississippi from Memphis to Princeton

46. Wilson, Woodrow (President of the United States), A History of the American People, 1918: Old Court House, New Orleans (p. 53-2 copies); Robert R. Livingston (p. 67); Jackson’s Headquarters, New Orleans (p. 105-2 copies); In the American Trenches, Battle of New Orleans (p. 112-2 copies); The Old Cabildo of New Orleans (p. 296-2 copies); Napoleon Bonaparte at the Time he was first Consul (p. 297-2 copies); Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Bienville (p. 301-2 copies); Pierre Le Moyne D’Iberville (p. 302-2 copies)

The following illustrations are pages from the original book:

John Quincy Adams (p. 84); Uniform of a Captain, War of 1812 (p. 325); Hamilton’s Residence, The Grance (p. 70); Tremont Street, Boston, 1800, looking South (p. 94); Cincinnati in 1810, from Howe’s History of Ohio (p. 93); A Mail Carrier in the Eighteenth Century (p. 13); Andrew Jackson’s Forrest Residence (p. 174); James Monroe (facing p. 376); House in which James Monroe Died, July 4, 1831; John Quincy Adams (p. 13); The White House in the Time of Madison; Mrs. James Madison (p. 342); Cincinnati from New port in 1812 (p. 95); The Capitol at Washington, 1804 (p. 145); In the American Trenches, Battle of New Orleans (p. 112); House of American

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Commissioners at Ghent (p. 111); The Old Cabildo of New Orleans (p. 296); Uniform of a Marine, War of 1812 (p. 324); Uniform of a Sailor, War of 1812 (p. 323); The Capitol During Madison’s Administration (p. 24); Western Cooking Utensils (p. 88); Aaron Burr; Typical Privateer of the War of 1812 (p. 321); Montpelier, Virginia, The Home of Madison; Eli Whitney (p. 51); Robert R. Livingston (p. 67); Jackson’s Headquarters, New Orleans (p. 105); Early View of Washington City (p. 72); The White House in 1814, South Front (p. 364); Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s Residence (p. 91)

47. a) Wirth, Fremont P., The Development of America, 1949: Travel on a corduroy road; a stagecoach of early days and an ox-drawn wagon (p. 257); A Frontier Wedding (p. 308-2 copies); The War Between the States (pp. 386 & 387-2 copies); An early pioneer’s home (p. 498-2 copies); Changing Styles of Dress, 1900-1936 (pp. 690 & 691-2 copies)

b) Wirth, Fremont P., United States History, 1949: Map, The Louisiana Purchase and Other Territorial Acquisitions of the United States, 1783-1853 (p. 142-2 copies); Signing purchase papers in France (p. 143-2 copies); Confederate soldier viewing home destruction (p. 254-2 copies); Destruction of Southern plantation (p. 255-2 copies)

48. a) Woodburn, James Albert and Thomas Francis Moran, Elementary American History and Government, 1931: Topical Outline for the Blackboard (pp. xxvi and xxvii); A Plow and Yoke of the Early Days (p. 2-2 copies); Discovery of the Mississippi by De Soto (p. 24-2 copies); French Explorations and Old French Trading Posts (p. 48-2 copies); LaSalle at the Mouth of the Mississippi (p. 49-2 copies); A Clearing in the Wilderness About 1770 (p. 84-2 copies); Map, North America 1750 (p. 92-2 copies); The Battle of New Orleans (p. 240-2 copies); Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin Contrasted with a Modern Machine and Modern Cotton Gin (p. 260-2 copies); A Flatboat on the Mississippi River (p. 272-2 copies); Map, Slave and Free States after the Kansas-Nebraska Bill 1854 (p. 320-2 copies)

b) Woodburn, James Albert and Thomas Francis Moran, Introduction to American History, 1929: The Route of De Soto’s Expedition (p. 241-2 copies); Making Fire (p. 321-2 copies); Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin Somewhat Enlarged (p. 338-2 copies); Early Motor Car (p. 342-2 copies)

49. Forbes, An Artists Study of the Great War

50. Harper’s Weekly (83 pages of 1860s paper)

51. Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (30 pages from book)

52. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper (74 pages of 1860s paper)