Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of the financial and business records of the Blattmann Sheet Metal Works. Material includes invoices, job cost records, job estimates, job quotes, blueprints, account books, personnel records, payroll records, advertising, correspondence, invoices, purchase orders, and price lists.
One oversized folder containing Clermont Harbor brochure for Hopkins-Rhodes Co.
The collection is made up of correspondence, receipt books, sales reports, a brief, an insurance policy, sales receipts, a photograph album, business records, lists of customers, an abstract, and an advertisement from different companies, families, and individuals involved in the cotton trade.
The collection consists of six scrapbooks by writer Duncan Francis Young (b. 1862) that date between 1876 to 1940. Contents of the scrapbooks include manuscripts, correspondence, poems, photographs, articles, advertisements for his books, a biography, and clippings. There are two folders of separata that include published poems by Young.
The Edgar A. Perilloux papers consists of many documents relating to the history of Carrollton including a manuscript of Carrolton's history, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, articles, notes, certificates, correspondence, and club records.The collection also contains financial papers (statements, checkbooks, and stubs) and photographs.
Two volumes of late nineteenth century colored advertising cards. One album contains 68 pages of pasted-in advertisements and 23 cards. The other album consists of 15 pages of pasted-in cards and 19 cards. The cards advertise national products.
This collection consists of correspondence, commissions, diaries, photographs, clippings, currency, stocks, legal documents, certificates, a wallet, biographical information, and other items relating to Confederate Brigadier General Meriwether Jeff Thompson, and other members of the Thompson family of Missouri and Louisiana. Included are handwritten secret codes used by the Confederate Army.
A collection of printer's proofs of advertising handbills from various New Orleans merchants during the 1840s and 1850s. The advertising side includes the merchant's address. On the reverse of each advertisement is a print of an historical event or site. Some have two merchants listed.
This collection includes programs, newsletters, concert schedules, broadsides, advertisements, correspondence, sheet music, performance descriptions, and other records of the New Orleans early-music ensemble that specializes in performing music of the Medieval and Early Baroque periods. The collection document's the group's founding in 1966, when it was originally called The Woodvine Recorder Consort.
The collection consists of the business and financial records of the New Orleans Traffic and Transportation Bureau. Included are a history and list of functions of the Bureau, minutes, advertisements, reports, ledgers, journals, cash books, receipts, and trial balances. The Bureau was started in 1915 to promote the development of the Port of New Orleans by establishing competitive freight rate structures for water, rail, and truck transportation.