Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of correspondence, minutes, bulletins, pamphlets, clippings, financial records, notes, publications, and academic schedules reflect the professional and civic activities of Dr. Ambrose H. Storck. A surgeon and faculty member of Tulane University's School of Medicine, Storck was also actively involved with the American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division, as well as the Louisiana Landmarks Society.
The collection consists of personal papers of André Lafargue, an attorney who supported French culture in New Orleans. Includes minutes of committee meetings of various organizations, certificates, typescripts of articles, speeches, letters, and other writings.
The collection consists of correspondence, certificates, clippings, photographs, pamphlets, bills, minutes, and other materials that relate to Arthur A. Crais' career in the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1960 to 1972. Crais was particularly involved with Delgado Trade School, higher education, flood control, pharmacy workers, and political reapportionment. There is a large number of clippings that cover his political career from 1950 to 1972.
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.
Minutes, committee reports, and memos for the meetings of the committee that drafted the city charter; also letters to the members from various organizations, individuals, and city officials, offering suggestions for the charter; as well as preliminary drafts and the final draft of the charter.
Correspondence and records, including meeting minutes, of the Child Welfare Administrators of New Orleans, an association made up of individuals with executive and/or administrative positions in child services agencies. Collection also includes correspondence concerning the 1975 Southern Regional Conference of the Child Welfare League of America.
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.
Contains the minutes of the meetings of the East Feliciana School Board. The meetings were held in Clinton and among the board members were William M. Jordan, T. D. Lipscomb, T. S. Adams and W. F. Norsworthy.
This collection focuses on the First Presbyterian Church in New Orleans and its Sunday school program. Items include financial records such as invoices, receipts, and correspondence, as well as minutes, a treasurer's report, and a catalog of religious educational publications.
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.
Monthly reports of the House Committee and lists of members of the executive committee for each year. The reports are handwritten in German until 1910 when the reports appear in the form of newspaper clippings posted into the minute book.
The collection contains meeting minutes from the Jefferson Parish School Board of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. The board meetings took place between 1969 and 1970 during the time that Elmo J. Bergeron was president of the school board. Included in the collection is a Jefferson Schools bulletin from 1970 March produced by the Jefferson Parish School Board.
A Jesuit plantation survey report in English translation, 1763. The original English translation of the official report and minutes of the survey of the Jesuit plantation above New Orleans. The survey was certified 1763 July 22, by Olivier Duvezin, Surveyor General of Louisiana, and the minutes are dated November and December of that year. The document established the boundaries of the Jesuit lands seized by the French Crown.
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 consists of administrative records chiefly of the New Orleans and Baton Rouge League of Women Voters, including financial records, minutes, correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, broadsides, informational flyers, and mimeographed sheets.
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.