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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

American Waterways Operators/Coast Guard records

Identifier: LaRC-1005
Scope and Contents This collection partially documents the relationship between the U.S. Coast Guard and the American Waterways Operators in a cooperative effort to improve marine safety and environmental protection. The collection, which focuses on the New Orleans region, contains meeting minutes, reports, clippings, regulations, posters, bulletins, speeches, annual reports, publications, a history of the American Waterways Operators, and project descriptions. Some of the subjects covered by the material in...
Dates: 1945-1998

Boston Club of New Orleans records

Identifier: LaRC-214
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...
Dates: 1870-1966

New Orleans Typographical Union No.17 records

Identifier: LaRC-811
Scope and Contents The collection consists of primarily financial records of the New Orleans Typographical Union No. 17, a typesetters' union. There are receipts, check stubs, records of membership dues, as well as treasurer's records. In addition, there is material about the international union, which held its 1884 annual meeting in New Orleans. The collection also contains a copy of the constitution of the New Orleans Typographical Union No. 17 as well as lists of officers and members, and an annual report...
Dates: 1865-1884

Paul Octave Hebert pamphlets

Identifier: LaRC-486
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of pamphlets, circulars, and reports relating to the public career of Paul Octave Hebert. Hebert was the fourteenth governor of Louisiana from 1853 to 1856 and a general in the Confederate Army. There are several documents that relate to the Mississippi River and describe flooding, levees, and improving the mouth of the river.

Dates: 1845-1875