Found in 468 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of administrative records chiefly of the New Orleans and Baton Rouge League of Women Voters, including financial records, minutes, correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, broadsides, informational flyers, and mimeographed sheets.
This volume contains manuscript copies of letters written on behalf of the Lady of Lyons Boat Club, usually by the secretary of the organization. The letters deal with membership, elections, commissions for new boats, and other club business.
The collection consists of commissions, appointments, letters, and an order relating to the military career of Louis Charles de Blanc St. Denis, an officer in the Louisiana Militia who served as commandant of both the Natchitoches and Attakapas (St. Martinsville) posts. There are documents signed by Charles III and Charles IV of Spain as well as other signed by Baron de Carondelet, governor of Louisiana (1791-1797).
The collection consists of research notes Louis Panzeri (1902-1983) used for his book, Louisiana Composers; programs and brochures; music associations material; and early letters on musical subjects. Panzeri, a music teacher and voice coach in New Orleans, collected Louis Moreau Gottschalk correspondence, mementoes, and newspaper clippings, which are also included. There are obituaries of other musicians as well as a photograph of the choir at St. Patrick's Church, New Orleans.
The collection is made up of manuscript copies of parts of Louis Placide Canonge's plays Un Grand D'Espagne and Le Comte de Carmagnola, a letter, "Rigoletto" or "Le Bouffon du Prince" translated from Italian into French, and an inventory of Canonge's library by George William Nott. All materials in the collection are written in French. The letter praises Canonge's article in the Bee about St. Bernard Parish.
This collection is made up of bank letters, promissory notes, bills of exchange, correspondence, stockholders lists, an article reprint, property records, mortgages, bonds, tax receipts, and pamphlets from different Louisiana banks.
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.
This collection includes correspondence, minutes, press clippings, membership lists, state and federal government pamphlets on employment security. The Louisiana State Advisory Council on Employment Security was led by Chairman Donald M. Halley during the administration of Governor Robert F. Kennon. The correspondence is to and from Halley and includes letters from J. Hadley Heard and Richard E. Walker, Administrators, Louisiana Department of Labor, Division of Employment Security.
The collection consists of correspondence, general papers, accounts, architectural plans, a photo album, and checkbook, all of which relate to the construction of the playground at R.M. Lusher Elementary School. Includes fund raising papers of Robert Bermudez and preliminary drawings and final architectural plans by William K. Turner of the Tulane School of Architecture.
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.
Correspondence, research notes, manuscripts and other personal papers of journalist and author Lyle Saxon. He published four books between 1927 and 1930: Father Mississippi, Fabulous New Orleans, Lafitte the Pirate, and Old Louisiana. In 1935, Saxon became director of the Works Progress Administration's Louisiana Writers Project, publishing the New Orleans City Guide, the Louisiana Guide, and Gumbo Ya-ya. His book, Children of Strangers was published in 1937.
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.
The collection is made up of a Mabson-Beall-Lea family genealogy, correspondence, scrapbooks, Louisiana Power and Light material, family photographs, autograph books, and a certificate. The material primarily centers on the lives of Eugene Mabson and his wife, Eva Lea Mabson of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Items in this collection were dismounted from a Mailhes family scrapbook. Families mentioned include Estalote, Hebert, Krauss, Weber, and Mouledous. The collection contains birth, baptismal, and marriage records, clippings, obituaries, prayers, a postcard, and portrait photographs created in Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana. Handwritten genealogical charts are included that describe the ancestry of both sides of Mona Mailhes' family.