Louisiana -- History
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of personal papers of André Lafargue, an attorney who supported French culture in New Orleans. Includes minutes of committee meetings of various organizations, certificates, typescripts of articles, speeches, letters, and other writings.
This collection consists of correspondence, family documents, land titles, financial records and tax receipts pertaining to the Arnous and Lessassier families, and to allied families, including the Magees, the Fleuriets and the Thibodeaux. Most of the materials concern the business and personal activities of René Arnous, a native of France who was a merchant in New Orleans and Iberville Parish.
The collection contains materials written by or relating to Charles Etienne Arthur Gayarré, a Louisiana historian. There is personal correspondence, manuscripts by Gayarré, genealogical material, a biography of Gayarré, notes on his publications, and personal financial records.
This collection of manuscripts by Charles L. Dufour includes the research notes, original drafts, revisions, final drafts and galley and page proofs of his books "Gentle Tiger," "The Night the War Was Lost," and "Nine Men in Gray." The collection also contains correspondence and notebooks from his trips to Europe.
3 French documents relating to the history of Louisiana, including information on botany, minerals and Indians.
This collection consists of family and legal documents of the Marchand and Loubat families of New Orleans, Louisiana. Included are birth, marriage, confirmation, and death certificates; successions; land sales; voter registration and citizenship documents; correspondence; and genealogical notes. Other families named in this collection include Franck, Priez, Ecrot, Cousserat, and Schneller.