Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc)
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Scrapbook made for the UDC Louisiana Division about the preparation and erection of the monument to the Confederate poet-priest, Rev. Abram Joseph Ryan, a Vincentian. Contains poems, programs, reports, letters, addresses, comic book, news clips, pictures, photos, Confederate currency and blue print.
Scrapbook of news clippings about Dolores Del Rio, the filming of Evangeline in Louisiana and its premiere at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans, 1929. Followed by later news clippings about the movie star.
Clippings from British and American newspapers, concerning the Onés-Adam Treaty and the Spanish cession of Florida to the United States. Several of the items describe political intrigues in the Spanish court over ratification of the Treaty, and one speculates about possible American reaction should Spain reject the Treaty.
A scrapbook of clippings of a series of articles written by David Baldwin of the New Orleans Item on the career of Leander H. Perez. Also a lauditory article written by Meyer on Perez "Judge Leander H. Perez Hi Lites of His Life".
A letter, dated 1890 November 30, by James Longstreet, New Orleans, to Lawrence, M. Duncan, Nicholasville, Kentucky. In it, Longstreet refutes "scurrilous" newspaper articles and his alleged control over the flag flying above the Customs House in New Orleans.
Scrapbook containing newspaper accounts of battles during the Civil War, chiefly in Virginia and accounts of heroic deeds performed by volunteers in Louisiana. Also letters, broadsides and invitations pertaining to Washington Artillery in Louisiana.
The scrapbooks contain clippings from newspapers throughout Louisiana and printed circulars, pertaining to the La. State Board of Education, to Shelby M. Jackson, State Superintendent of Education, and to Joseph Davis Jr., President of the Board. There are numerous clippings about the demands of various groups in the state for integration, for school reforms, and for other matters concerning the public education system in the state.
Bound volume of clippings from various newspapers relating to the National Editorial Association Convention in San Francisco.
Scrapbook with 97 pages containing clippings from New Orleans and New York newspapers regarding the political and economic conditions in New Orleans and national politics. Also mentioned are several court cases.
The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings recounting the group's history and activities, programs, annual reports, circular letters, photographs and short biographies of outstanding members, lists of officers and members, copies of the constitution, by-laws and amendments.
A copy book of poems written by well known and unknown authors. Also included are clippings of poems from the Daily Picayune and two poems written on letter paper, one signed by C.K. Hall.