Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of photographs, sketches, designs, plans, correspondence, and other papers of New Orleans sculptor, Dr. Arthur "Art" Silverman. The binders have been assembled by Silverman and his staff to document the creation, installation, and display of his sculptures, jewelry, and other works.
This collection includes correspondence, articles, book drafts, scrapbooks, photographs, and sketches documenting the lives and work of this Southern husband and wife, who collaborated as novelist and artist. There are also awards, notes, biographical material, photographs, contracts, and audio recordings.
The collection consists of greeting cards, coloring books, preliminary sketches, water color washes, mock-ups, manuscript and typed drafts, paste ups, and publisher's galley proofs of books by Berthe Amoss. Also includes manuscript and typed drafts as well as sketches and water colors of The Mysterious Prowler, text by Joan Lowery Nixon, with illustrations by Amoss. The collection also includes correspondence with publishers.
The collection consists of political cartoons drawn by Byron Humphrey for an unknown publication, circa the 1970s. Humphrey was working in advertising in New York when he moved back to New Orleans in 1972 to look after his mother, who was ill. While in New Orleans, he created political cartoons for the New Orleans States-Item and the Times-Picayune.
The collection consists of costume designs and descriptions of four Carnival krewe balls: Maids of Troy; Andalusia, New Iberia; Faed Setum, Lafayette; and The Ancient Scribes. There are also color slides of costume designs from Ancient Scribes and Maids of Troy from 1963-1964. In addition, there are newsclippings and ball programs.
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.
Brief geographical sketches of the parishes of the State of Louisiana. Listing by parishes alphabetically arranged of planters, plantations, post-office locations and facts about parishes.
This collection consists of drawings for various costume designs for different New Orleans Carnival krewes, including Dorians, Bards of Bohemia, and Babylon. There are also photographs of some of the costumes.
11 typescript volumes of translations of the papers of the surveyors of Louisiana and Florida lands, dating from 1791 to 1817. Contain surveys, Land grants, land claims, and sketch maps. The surveys were made by Carlos Trudeau and Vincente Sebastian Pintado, Spanish royal surveyors.
The collection consists of two manuscripts and one typescript by Samuel Lockett. Some of the manuscript pages are lithographs. The manuscript of Louisiana as it is, although scheduled, was never published due to the poor economy of the period. A version of it without the photographs and sketches was published in 1969: Samuel H. Lockett, Louisiana as it is, edited by Lauren C. Post. Louisiana State University Press, 1969.
Historical Scrapbook of the New Orleans Hospital and Dispensary for Women and Children containing copies of clippings, photographs, published flyers, historical and biographical sketches. Among those mentioned are Drs. Tew Mayo, Elizabeth Bass, Cora Bass, Edith Loeber, Clara Isreal Glenk, Susanna Otis, Blanche Fassy and Clothilde C. Jauquet.
Typescripts of records deposited in the Louisiana Land Office, Baton Rouge, LA. Volumes contain land claims, land grants, correspondence, sketch maps and other records dating mainly from 1760 to the 1870's pertaining to the West Florida parishes of Louisiana. Prepared by the WPA Survey of Federal Archives.