Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of the administrative records and correspondence of the Art Association of New Orleans. There are exhibition records, correspondence, member lists, newspaper clippings, and exhibition catalogs. Correspondents include Ethel Hutson, Ellsworth Woodward, the American Federation of the Arts, and the National Academy of Design.
This artificial collection brings together official papers of the New Orleans Brandeis Women's Committee as well as the New Orleans Chapter of Hadassah. Materials include by-laws, constitutions, membership lists, correspondence, financial reports, minutes, study group notes, newspaper clippings, photographs, bulletins, a scrapbook, as well as items for fundraising activities. There are also some materials relating to the Jewish Federation of New Orleans.
This collection contains the records of Congregation Chevra Thilim, an Orthodox congregation that was founded in 1875. The congregation merged with Tikvat Shalom in 1999, and the two conservative congregations adopted the name Shir Chadash. The collection includes charters, bylaws, contracts, minutes, board of director records, membership lists, seating charts, notes, auxiliary group records, treasurer reports and other financial records, cemetery records, programs and newsletters.
The collection consists of the financial, academic, and administrative records of the Communal Hebrew School in New Orleans. Included are the charter, board of director's minutes, committee files, correspondence, directories, memorials, student academic files, class schedules, budgets, scholastic supply orders, faculty applications, maintenance records, membership rolls, nursery registration forms, payroll, receipt books, ledgers and financial journals.
This collection consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, regulations, certificates, membership lists, manuals, rituals, pamphlets, and other items from different lodges throughout New Orleans and Louisiana.
This collection consists of minutes, treasurers' reports, membership lists, hostesses' notebooks, program announcement post cards, and other records of the Friday Afternoon Club in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The collection consists of correspondence (1936-1938) dealing mainly with finances, bills and receipts, cash and checkbooks, lists of participants and subscribers, programs, tickets, prompt scripts, newspaper clippings, and one photograph. The programs include those from the Children's Theatre Guild, Experimental Theatre, Modern Film Society, and Le Petit Theatre.
Manuscript volume containing preamble and constitution of the H.W. Allen Monumental Association of Louisiana, lists of members and newspaper articles pertaining to the association, and the ceromonies surrounding the dedication of the monument and the reinternment of Governor Allen's body in Baton Rouge. Also biographical sketch of the governor.
The collection includes the club's constitution and bylaws, minutes, brochures, stationery, membership rosters, financial records, property inventory, photographs, correspondence, and memorabilia of activities. The club assists various Carnival krewes with staffing, presenting, and providing security for events. It also raises funds for its annual "Anniversary Run" and for other club, social, civic, and charitable activities.
The collection is made up of materials relating to Louisiana folklore, mostly from the meeting of the Louisiana Association of the American Folklore Society, including minutes, membership lists, newspaper clippings, and manuscripts of folk tales.
This collection includes correspondence, minutes, press clippings, membership lists, state and federal government pamphlets on employment security. The Louisiana State Advisory Council on Employment Security was led by Chairman Donald M. Halley during the administration of Governor Robert F. Kennon. The correspondence is to and from Halley and includes letters from J. Hadley Heard and Richard E. Walker, Administrators, Louisiana Department of Labor, Division of Employment Security.
The collection consists of scrapbooks, membership rosters, photographs, newsletters, reports, and minutes of the Mid-City Kiwanis Club. There are also materials relating to club president Henry A. Gandolfo, including scrapbooks pertaining to his business, Albert Weiblen Marble and Granite Company.
The collection consists of financial records, board minutes, ledgers, membership lists, stock certificates, check stubs, correspondence, telegraphic cipher books, market reports for New Orleans and New York, visitor registers, and employee records.
Registers of the Fire Companies of New Orleans. The colection includes Constitutions and bylaws, Minutes of meetings, ledgers, receipt book, lists of members, roll call, records of fires attended, scrapbook, exempt call and expulsions.
Membership roll and account book of a New Orleans rowing club.
The collection includes correspondence from the early days of the League (1921-1925), bulletins (1925-1947), membership lists (1925-1946), clippings (1922-1925), press lists (1927-1947), records of prizes of annual exhibitions and of donors to the Woodward Award Fund. Also included are financial records, artist files, exhibition catalogues, clippings, board minutes, circuit materials, and later correspondence (1926-1947).