Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Andre Brown Moore papers
deLesseps S. Morrison papers
The collection consists of the personal, military, mayoral, Organization of American States, and campaign papers of deLesseps S. Morrison. Included are photographs, correspondence, periodicals, and scrapbooks. Morrison was the Mayor of New Orleans from 1946-1960 and ambassador to the Organization of American States from 1961-1964.
Felicia Kahn papers
Grossman and Myers families papers
Independent Women's Organization records
Louisiana Political Ephemera
Louisiana politics and elections collection
This collection is made up of broadsides, poll tax receipts, pamphlets, candidate lists, registration certificates, reports, correspondence, fliers, election reports, biographical sketches, letters of application, letters of recommendation, and certificates of appointment.
Luther E. Hall papers
This collection relates to the campaign that preceded the Louisiana Democratic Primary Election held 1918 September 10 to choose a candidate to fill the unexpired term of United States Senator Robert F. Broussard, who died in office. The main contenders were former governor Luther E. Hall and Edward J. Gay of Iberville Parish. Hall's campaign manager was J.F.C. (Ferd) Claiborne. When Gay won a plurality, Hall, who came in second, withdrew from the race.
Martha Gilmore Robinson papers
Melissa Smith Papers
Radlauer and Caire Advertising Agency records
The collection is made up of the business files of the Radlauer and Caire Advertising Agency. Clients included Higgins Boats, the Port of Gulfport, the New Orleans International Airport, and Walker Roemer Milk. The agency also did advertising for political campaigns, working on Sam Jones' campaign for governor, Russell Long's re-election campaign for United States Senator, and Victor Schiro's campaign for mayor of New Orleans.
Robert G. Polack papers
Scott Wilson papers
William B. Wisdom collection on Huey P. Long
William Walter Jones collection of Sam Houston Jones papers
The collection consists of material from Sam Houston Jones' gubernatorial and senatorial campaigns, correspondence, speech files, state and federal files, press releases, invitations and appointments, oil and gas files, and audio tape reels of speeches. William Walter Jones lost his life in the defense of World War I, and it was Sam Houston Jones' wish that the collection be named in his honor.