New Orleans (La) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century
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The collection consists of personal letters written by Miriam Brown, an instructor in English at Newcomb College, to author John E. Canady, between September 1929 and May 1930. The letters describe events in New Orleans and people that Brown knew in New Orleans and Texas.
This collection consists of financial records of the Beta Eta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon at Tulane University, which was affiliated with the Department of Geology. Included are handwritten notes, bank statements, receipts and cancelled checks representing transactions with local restaurants and other businesses, and other income and expenditures.
The collection consists of the household receipts of the New Orleans family, the Stauffers, dating between 1900 and 1922. Receipts include those for the grocery store, florist, doctor, and other goods and services.
The collection is made up of financial records, minute books, ledgers, programs, and scrapbooks of the Volunteer Committee of the New Orleans Symphony, which was previously known as the New Orleans Women's Committee. The New Orleans Symphony changed its name to the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.