LaRC. Louisiana Research Collection
Collections of the Louisiana Research Collection at the Special Collections Library, Jones Hall, Tulane University.
Found in 2052 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Morgan Palmer, New Orleans, to Anna G. Haydon, Louisville acknowledging her note forwarded from Louisville that expressed regrets that Palmer could not furnish her a copy of the pamphlets she requested and mentions the Southern Presbyterian Review, reverses, and the inconveniences poverty. He emphasizes the importance of a "long, eteneral future." Another letter included in the collection is a note to Palmer on his 70th birthday.
Scope and Contents This collection contains a note to Leon Wold, New Orleans, from Bennett Cerg, New York, discussing a story they both had read. Cerf was TV host of "What's My Line" and president of Random House.
Scope and Contents The collection focuses on the period in Bennett H. Wall's career while he was working at Tulane University as a professor and director of the Center for Business History Studies. While at Tulane, he established himself as a major Louisiana historian, serving as president of the Louisiana Historical Association in 1974. The collection contains Tulane University Graduate School minutes, resolutions, correspondence, proposals, as well as other committee materials. In addition, there is...
Scope and Contents The papers are composed of a birth certificate for Jean Berdou, born in the Department of Basses Pyrénées, France (September 3, 1813), letters to the Berdous in Louisiana from relatives in France, a copy of the obituary of Mme Noël Haydel, letters from Henri Berdou, and other papers related to the family.
Dates: 1813-1892; Other: Date acquired: 11/07/1963
Scope and Contents Collection of papers related to the lottery including tickets, lists of winning numbers, prizes, and important dates. Collection contains papers from Louisiana, Honduras, Mexico, Ireland, and England.
Dates: 1900-1901; Other: Date acquired: 01/06/1977
Scope and Contents The collection consists of academic and personal papers of Tulane Professor of Architecture, Bernard Lemann. Included are correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts of reports, galley proofs, handwritten notes, and other research, photocopies, printed material, and newspaper clippings.
Scope and Contents Bibliography of Bernardo de Galvez entitled "Book, Magazine, Newspaper, and Manuscript Articles in the Rosenberg Library, Pertaining to the Life and History of Don Bernardo de Galvez in Louisiana and Mexico."
Scope and Contents Royal Order, issued by Charles IV of Spain to a captain in Louisiana appointing Bernando D'Hauterive as First Lieutenant of the Third Company of the Second Battalian of the Mixed Legion of the Provincial Militia of Mississippi. Order is signed "Yo El Rey" and countersigned by Luis de las Casas of Havana, Juan Ventura Morales of New Orleans, and Gilberto Leaonard of New Orleans. Document is accompanied with an translation.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of greeting cards, coloring books, preliminary sketches, water color washes, mock-ups, manuscript and typed drafts, paste ups, and publisher's galley proofs of books by Berthe Amoss. Also includes manuscript and typed drafts as well as sketches and water colors of The Mysterious Prowler, text by Joan Lowery Nixon, with illustrations by Amoss. The collection also includes correspondence with publishers.
Dates: 1966-2000; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1981
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence, marriage and baptismal certificates, land ownership documents, legal judgments, property inventories, wills, promissory notes, receipts, bills, land sales, newspaper clippings, and genealogical information relating to the Berthelot family. Related families with materials also included are the Champlain, Pézard, and Brisebois Families, all of whom, were early settlers of Quebec, Canada, in the region of Trois Riviéres Saint Genevieve.
Scope and Contents Letters of the Bertin family, some of whom resided in New Orleans and others in St. Pierre, Martinique. The letters between various members concern the health and financial difficulties of different family members. The items also include a mortgage covering two female slaves.
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondence, appellate legal briefs, speeches, photographs, and personal papers and items of Bessie Margolin, government attorney, Supreme Court advocate, and champion of labor rights, including equal pay for women. Margolin was Associate Solicitor of the United States Department of Labor until her retirement in January 1972, after which she taught law and served as a labor arbitrator for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. The papers are...
Scope and Contents Consists of five items: 1. Chart showing descendants of Pierre Antoine Bienvenu and Marie Martha Devince. 2. Biographical sketch of Pierre Antoine Bienvenu and his sons Aléxandre and Mélicourt. 3. Biographical sketch of Brigadier-General John Philip Goujon de Grondel and his descendents. 4. Will of Aléxandre Devince Bienvenu. 5. Map of Township 10 South, Range 5 East, St. Martin Parish, showing location and ownership of land and property in the area.
Scope and Contents Correspondence of the Blanchard and Williams families of New Orleans, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. The letters deal with the struggle of the Civil Service, the U.S. Pension and Census Bureaus, the Washington political scene, and general family matters from the 1860s to the 1920s. Also included are a group of letters from the Blanchard children at St. Joseph's Academy (1880-1897) and the Williams children at Jefferson College (1916-1918).
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, records, and photographs of Blanche M. Comiskey, the Director of Volunteers, Vatican Pavilion at 1984 Louisiana World Exposition. The collection covers general information on the Vatican Pavilion, volunteer orientations, costume designs, volunteer assignments and celebration party.
Dates: 1983-1984; Other: Date acquired: 08/11/2005
Scope and Contents Blanche Mysing’s collection consists of papers accumulated during her time with the International Hospitality Committee of Tulane University (1960-1976), Friends of Tulane University Library (1983-1988), and Friends of Newcomb College (1986-1988). The majority of these papers are meeting minutes, correspondence, and literature for each organization. The collection also contains old monographs spanning from 1789 to 1891, essays written between 1903 and 1973, and various correspondence from...
Dates: 1789-1991; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1977
Scope and Contents Typescript sketch of the family of William B. Bloomfield of New Orleans stressing the activities of Bloomfield, his wife Alice Affleck Bloomfield as members and benefactors of the St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church. Written by John S. Land pastor of the church.
Scope and Contents A ledger and one journal of the Board of Underwriters of New Orleans. The ledger accounts include cash account, various salaries, fire account, river account, patrol wagon account, Babcock engines account, marine account and accounts with various agencies. The journal contains similar information in chronological form.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts of plays, photographs, newspaper clippings, menus, drawings, poems, flyers, scripts, notes, and receipts that represent Bob Borsodi's life and work. Borsodi operated coffeehouses in Uptown New Orleans and produced numerous poems, plays, and drawings.
Dates: 1960s-2003; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/2002
Scope and Contents This collection contains a letter from Jn. A. Bonneron, San Francisco, dated September 20 1855, to J. Ducasting & Co., Bordeaux France, concerning the statuss of the Company's business in San Francisco. The letter is written in French.
Dates: 1855; Other: Date acquired: 01/05/1963
Scope and Contents The Boston Club was founded 1841, and was named not for the city of Boston, but for a card game. Its members were leading business gentlemen of New Orleans. Its first quarters were on Royal Street, and moved several times to different locations in downtown New Orleans. The collection consists of handwritten and typed correspondence, financial records, minutes, charters, bylaws, histories, annual reports, photographs, invitations with stamped and postmarked envelopes, printed programs for...
Scope and Contents General plan for the proposed Arboretum for the New Orleans City Park and two copies of the "Arboretum Bulletin" issued by the Arboretum Board (1937) and distributed widely to publicize the need and value of a local arboretum and to interest possible donors.