"The Mansion at No. 2 Audubon Place" documentary records Edit


NA 017


  • 2004 – 2007 (Creation)


  • 1 Linear Feet (Whole)



  • Scope and Contents

    This collection contains transcripts, VHS video footage, research notes, and financial documents relating to the production of "The Mansion at No. 2 Audubon Place," a documentary film produced by Wendy Burton and directed by Sheldon G. Jones. The collection focuses on the history of No. 2 Audubon Place, the mansion where the presidentts of Tulane University traditionally reside. It contains research notes on the history of the mansion, collected by Wendy Burton, as well as early 21st century interviews with past presidents of Tulane University, as well as others connected with the history of the house.

  • Biographical / Historical

    "The Mansion at No. 2 Audubon Place" is a documentary film produced in 2007 by Wendy Burton. The documentary was produced to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the mansion where the presidents of Tulane University traditionally reside. An outgrowth of an oral history project, the documentary includes interviews with past residents of the house as well as archival documents and photographs that relate the history of the New Orleans landmark.

  • Preferred Citation

    Manuscripts Collection NA-017, Newcomb Archives and Vorhoff Library Special Collections, Newcomb College Institute, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70118.

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