Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of material from former Tulane University College dean John P. Dyer, including personal correspondence, materials from New Orleans Rotary, ephemera from Tulane Night Performances, as well as his publication research and portions of some manuscripts. Also included are his reference materials on the Civil war and the Confederacy, night and adult colleges, a Bible, as well as two scrapbooks and three plaques.
This collection consists of the personal and business papers of Paul Tulane, the nineteenth-century American businessman and philanthropist. Included are legal and financial papers, inventories of his real estate holdings, promissory notes, social and business correspondence, genealogical information relating to the Tulane family, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, portraits, photographs and negatives.
The collection consists of Thilo von Kurnatowski's correspondence while he was editor of the Tulane Hullabaloo. There are several letters concerning the Hullabaloo's stand on the establishment of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps at Tulane University in 1938. There are also two scrapbooks, compiled by von Kurnatowski as an applicant for the editorship of the Hullabaloo, containing samples of his works.