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John M. Parker Papers
 
 
Collection 44
Parker, John M. Papers (1920-1932)
16 ft. 8 in.
 
PARKER, John Milliken, planter, businessman, politician, governor. Born, Bethel Church, Miss., March 16, 1863; oldest son of John Milliken Parker and Roberta Bunchner. Parker and Bunchner families then having extensive plantation properties in Mississippi. The senior Parker removed to New Orleans, 1871, where he prospered as a cotton factor. Suffering from poor health as youth, subject attended private schools including Chamberlain Hunt Academy at Port Gibson, Miss.; Belle View Academy in Virginia; and Eastman's Business School in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. At about seventeen Parker worked briefly on a family plantation near Port Gibson; joined his father's cotton business; and in 1884 formed Parker-Hayes, Co., a wholesale grocery business. In the late 1890s and early 1900s subject was described as one of the wealthiest businessmen and planters in the South, and was also a prominent spokesman for various commercial and agricultural interests, having served in the 1890s as the youngest president in the history of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange and the New Orleans Board of Trade; later he was an organizer and first president of the Southern Commercial Congress, 1908-1911. He promoted agricultural diversification and federalization of flood control. As his father before him Parker was prominent among New Orleans business leaders who opposed the Democratic party organization of professional politicians, commonly identified as the city machine. He was secretary of the Young Men's Democratic Association in 1888; supporter of Gov. Francis T. Nicholls (q.v.) and active in the Anti-Lottery League and the Citizens' League in 1892 and 1896, respectively. After 1904 he opposed the New Orleans Choctaw Club, the Democratic party organization whose alleged power and corruption became the principal issues in the state campaigns from 1908 to 1920. Parker emerged to prominence statewide as an advocate of civil-service expansion, governmental consolidation, and electoral reform. In 1910 he helped persuade Luther E. Hall (q.v.) to run for governor as the candidate of the Good Government League which Parker had founded. Elected governor, Hall disappointed Parker despite enactment of a commission form of government for New Orleans, one of the reformers' goals. In 1912, Mayor Martin Behrman (q.v.) and his machine ticket was victorious; removal of Behrman, who had served as mayor since 1904, became the leading issue in state politics as Parker ran for governor as the Progressive party candidate in 1916 and successful Democratic primary candidate in 1920. Parker joined the national Progressive party formed by former President Theodore Roosevelt in 1912 when the third party challenged Republican President William Howard Taft and Democrat Woodrow Wilson. Parker had been frequent host and hunting companion of Roosevelt in Louisiana; and Roosevelt's support for federalization of flood control and the sugar tariff appealed to Parker and South Louisiana planter and sugar interests. In 1912 Parker was the leading Southern Progressive responsible for the exclusion of blacks from Southern Progressive party organizations; in 1916 he received 38% of the vote against Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ruffin G. Pleasant(q.v.) whose allies claimed that the Progressives challenged white supremacy. Repudiated by its leader, the national Progressive party in 1916 nonetheless re-nominated Roosevelt for president and Parker for vice-president, in which position he effectively campaigned for the re-election of Wilson. He served under Herbert Hoover as the Louisiana Food Administrator during World War 1; in 1918 rejoined the Democratic party to commence his triumphant quest for the governorship. During the period 1912 to 1920 Parker espoused causes associated with progressivism, including women's suffrage, abolition of child labor, income and inheritance taxes, and conservation. Candidate for governor, he advocated increased support for public education and eleemosynary institutions, expansion of Louisiana State University, and, with the support of Huey Pierce Long (q.v.), increased state regulation of utilities, notably oil and gas pipelines controlled by Standard Oil of New Jersey. His priorities as governor were the elimination of the New Orleans machine, structural reforms and modernization of state services to be achieved partly through the adoption of a new state constitution. While the Parker administration was controversial, the period 1920 to 1924 witnessed a reordering of the traditionally dualistic framework of New Orleans machine-antimachine conflict, to one in which conservative, liberal, populistic, and progressive forces would be identified with Long-anti-Long factionalism. Parker established an agenda of reform which Long, in opposition, refashioned in a more popular and, from Parker's viewpoint, radical and irresponsible form. Long and machine leaders, formerly Parker's supporters, later attacked various aspects of his reform program. Parker assisted in defeating Behrman in 1920, but the mayor returned to office in 1925; he failed to deliver cheap gas to New Orleans, as promised; he vigorously and arguably successfully fought the Ku Klux Klan movement at the growing support for his critics. The lengthy and cumbersome Constitution of 1921 did incorporate structures for modernization of state services and provisions for additional revenues. Reaching "gentlemen's agreements" with industry leaders, Parker introduced or raised severance taxes on natural resources and increased the regulatory powers of the Public Service Commission. His methods of negotiation, limits imposed on taxes, and dispersal of revenues resulted in charges, forcefully articulated by Long, that the governor was a tool of corporate interests. Parker's admirers have claimed that he was principally responsible for the mapping of a modem highway system and establishment of Louisiana State University as a major institution. During his administration appropriations for state institutions increased from $12.3 million to $28.1 million with significant improvement in the treatment of the insane as many were transferred from state prisons to charity hospital facilities. After 1924, Parker devoted himself to his experimental farm at Bayou Sara near St.Francisville; directed flood relief in Louisiana in 1927; became a leader of the anti-Long Constitutional League, 1930-1932. Nominally Presbyterian, Parker was a member of the Boston and Pickwick clubs of New Orleans, the Audubon Club, and the Masonic fraternity. He married Cecille Airey, daughter of a New Orleans cotton broker in 1888. Children: Saidee, Virginia, John Milliken, and Thomas Airey. Died, Pass Christian, Miss., May 20, 1939; interred Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans.

[Narrative taken from A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography]
 
Series:
 
A. Correspondence      
  1. Personal   Box 1
  2. Southern Commercial Congress   Box 2  
  3. Before 1920   Box 3 through 3a
  4. Theodore Roosevelt   4-1 through 4-10
  5. Progressive Party   4-11 through 4-27
  6. Miscellaneous   4-28 through 4-33
  7. National Politics   Box 5  
  8. Prohibition and Gambling   6-1 through 6-4
         
B. Organizations    
  1. National   6-1 through 7-9
  2. Conference on the Limitation of Armament 7-10 through 8-1
  3. World Peace   8-2
  4. National Miscellaneous   8-3 through 8-16
  5. Muscle Shoals   9-1 through 9-9
  6. National Business   9-10 through 9-28
  7. Ku Klux Klan   Box 10-16
  8. National Business   17-1 through 17-8
  9. Tax Pamphlets   17-9 through 17-11
  10. National Politics   17-12
  11. National Agriculture   Box 18
  12. Constitutional Convention   Box 19-21
         
C. Miscellaneous      
  1. Dallas Calmes Murder Case   Box 22
  2. Speeches   Box 23
  3. New Orleans Affairs   Box 24
  4. Dock Board   25-1 through 25-10
  5. Mississippi Valley Rivers and Harbors   25-11 through 25-17
  6. W.D. Robinson Correspondence   25-18
  7. Job Requests, Appointments, Resignations   Box 26
  8. Publicity   29-1 through 29-7
  9. Governor's Race   29-8 through 29-24
  10. Carbon Black   30-1 through 30-7
  11. Petitions   33-8 through 33-13
  12. Floods   34-1 through 34-10
  13. Veterans   34-11 through 34-13
  14. State Organizations   36-3 through 36-8
  15. State Taxes   36-9 through 36-10
  16. Personal Favors   36-11 through 37-22
  17. Booklets   Box 45-46
             
D. State Departments      
  1. Conservation   Box 27-28; 33-1 through 33-7
  2. Labor   30-8
  3. Highways   30-9 through 30-18
  4. Agriculture   30-19 through 30-24
  5. Education   31-1 through 31-10
  6. Local Affairs   31-11 through 31-31
  7. Institutions   Box 32
  8. General - Legislature   Box 35
  9. State Board of Examiners   36-1 through 36-2
  10. State Miscellaneous   37-23 through 37-30
             
E. Family Affairs      
  1. Biographical   38-1
  2. Family Affairs   38-2 through 38-5
  3. John M. Parker Co.   38-6 through 38-10
  4. Cotton and Business   38-11 through 39-8
  5. Plantations   39-9 through 39-28
  6 Personal Correspondence   Box 40-41
  7. Financial Records   42-1 through 43-6
  8. Photographs   43-7 through 43-16
  9. Pamphlets & Memoranda   Box 44-46
             
Inventory:        
             
A. Correspondence      
             
Box 1          
Personal          
             
1-1 Display material      
             
1-2 Family: 1910-1911  
     
1-3 Plantations; 1911-May 1912  
     
1-4 Plantations; June, 1912-1919  
     
1-5 Personal Correspondence: 1901-1912  
     
1-6 Same : 1917-1919  
     
1-7 Same : 1912-1919  
     
Box 2          
SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONGRESS: Before 1920  
  CONTENTS: (1) Correspondence (2) Records (3) Transactions  
             
2-1 Jan. 18-Dec. 19, 1908  
     
2-2 Dec. 21-Dec. 26, 1908  
     
2-3 Dec. 28-Dec. 31, 1908  
     
2-4 Jan. 4-Jan. 20, 1909  
     
2-5 Jan. 20-Jan. 28, 1909  
     
2-6 Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 1909  
     
2-7 Feb. 2-Feb. 8, 1909  
     
2-8 Feb. 9-Feb. 22, 1909  
     
2-9 Feb. 22-March 5, 1909  
     
2-10 March 5-March 22, 1909  
     
2-11 March 22-April 1, 1909  
     
2-12 April 1-April 12, 1909  
     
2-13 April 14-April 22, 1909  
     
2-14 April 22-April 30, 1909  
     
2-15 May 1-May 10, 1909  
     
2-16 May 11-May 19, 1909  
     
2-17 May 20-Aug. 25, 1909  
     
2-18 Sept. 16-Dec. 19, 1909  
     
2-19 1910-1911  
     
2-20 Sept. 12-Sept. 27, 1912  
     
2-21 Sept. 27-Oct. 1, 1912  
     
2-22 Oct. 2-Oct. 4, 1912  
     
2-23 Oct. 5-Oct. 11, 1912  
     
2-24 Oct. 12-Oct. 16, 1912  
     
2-25 Undated  
     
Box 3          
Before 1920          
             
3-1 New Orleans-Yellow Fever Epidemic, 1905 [empty 9-10-90]
   
3-2 Cotton Letters and pamphlets (1905-1919)
   
3-3 Conservation (1911)
   
3-4 Flood and Waterways control (1905-1909)
   
3-5 Flood and Waterways control (Feb.-April, 1912)
   
3-6 Floods and Waterways Control (May-June, 1912)
   
3-7 Floods and Waterways Control (Aug. -Sept., 1912)
   
3-8 State Politics (1912-1920)
   
3-9 Letters of Congratulations: Good Government League (Feb. 5- 17, 1912)
   
3-10 Letters of Congratulations: Good Government League (Feb. 18-June 4, 1912)
   
3-11 Same: (June 5-Dec. 25, 1912)
   
3-12 Same: (Jan. 7-Feb. 9, 1913)
   
3-13 Same: (Feb. 12-17, 1913)
   
3-14 Same: (Feb. 17-June 11, 1913)
   
3-15 Thomas Douney Letters - 1915
   
3-16 Same:
   
3-17 Same:
   
3-18 1920 Campaign--Newspapers
   
3-19 Same:
   
3-20 Same:
   
3-21 Same:
   
3-22 Same:
   
3-23 Important Correspondence Before 1920
   
Box 3a          
letter press volume for photocopies of contents and listing of correspondents by date [see Box 3a].
             
3a photocopies of letterpress correspondence in 3-23 index by date with name of correspondent
             
3a-1 Index [by date] letter press volume [3-23]
             
3a-2 photocopies of 3-23: 1904: February/March
             
3a-3 Same: 1904: April/May
             
3a-4 Same: 1904: July/August
   
3a-5 Same: 1904: September/October
   
3-6 Same: 1904: November/December
   
3-7 Same: 1905: January/March
   
3a-8 Same: 1905: April/September
   
3a-9 Same: 1905: October/December
   
3a-10 Same: 1906
   
3a-11 Same: 1907/1908
   
3a-12 Same: 1909/1910
   
3a-13 Same: 1911
   
Box 4          
CONTENTS: Material concerning Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Party. Also, Parker's personal misc. before 1920.
             
4-1 Roosevelt Reminisences: (1) National Unity (2) Negro
   
4-2 Roosevelt Reminisences
   
4-3 Same:
   
4-4 Same:
   
4-5 Roosevelt Letters (1902-13)
   
4-6 Same: (1914-15)
   
4-7 Same: (1916)
   
4-8 Same: (1917)
   
4-9 Same: (1919-24)
   
4-10 Same: (Undated)
   
4-11 Progressive Party (1910-1912)
   
4-12 Same: (1913)
   
4-13 Same: (1914)
   
4-14 Same: (1915)
   
4-15 Same: (1916)
   
4-16 Same: (1917)
   
4-17 Same: (1928, Undated)
   
4-18 Same: (July-Aug., 1912)
   
4-19 Same: (Sept.-Oct., 1912)
   
4-20 Same: (1913)
   
4-21 Same: (1914)
   
4-22 Same: Speeches on Lincoln day, 1914
   
4-23 Same: (1915-1916)
   
4-24 Same: Speeches at Indianapolis, 8-2-16
   
4-25 Same: (1917-20)
   
4-26 Talk with Wilson about proposed "R. R." Division
   
4-27 Letters from : Wilson, Hoover, Taft, Goodkin, Card, Gibb
   
4-28 Miscellaneous (1887-1897)
   
4-29 Same: (1905-12)
   
4-30 Same: (1915-17)
   
4-31 Same: (1918-19)
   
4-32 Same: (Memorials to Roosevelt, 1919)
   
4-33 Same: (Undated and 1928)
   
Box 5          
             
5-1 National Politics (Nov. 8, 1920-Dec. 14, 1921)
   
5-2 Same: (Jan. 7-Aug. 22, 1922)
   
5-3 Same: (Sept. 20-Oct. 27, 1922)
   
5-4 Same: (Nov. 13-Dec. 22, 1922)
   
5-5 Same: (Jan. 23-Feb. 27, 1923)
   
5-6 Same: (Mar. 1-May 7, 1923)
   
5-7 Same: (May 12-June 25, 1923)
   
5-8 Same: (July 3-Aug. 3 1923)
   
5-9 Same: (Aug. 7-31, 1923)
   
5-10 Same: (Sept. 4-24, 1923)
   
5-11 Same: (Sept. 24-Oct. 5, 1923)
   
5-12 Same: (Oct. 18-Dec. 29, 1923)
   
5-13 Same: (Jan. 10-21, 1924)
   
5-14 Same: (Jan. 22-Feb. 24, 1924)
   
5-15 Same: (Feb. 26-March 10, 1924)
   
5-16 Same: (March 11-April 8, 1924)
   
5-17 Same: (April 9-29, 1924)
   
5-18 Same: (Undated)
   
5-19 Same: (Undated)
   
5-20 Same: (Governors Conference-1921)
   
5-21 Same: (The Lausanne Treaty, etc.)
   
5-22 Immigration
   
Box 6          
   
6-1 Prohibition and Gambling: 1920-1921
   
6-2 Same: 1922
   
6-3 Same: 1923
   
6-4 Same: 1924 and undated
   
6-5 National Organizations: 1920-1921
   
6-6 Same: Jan.-Feb. 1922
   
6-7 Same: March-June 1922
   
6-8 Same: July-Aug. 18, 1922
   
6-9 Same: Aug. 18 -Sept. 1922
   
6-10 Same: Oct. 1-7, 1922
   
6-11 Same: Oct. 10-17, 1922
   
6-12 Same: Oct. 18-Nov. 1922
   
6-13 Same: Dec. 1922
   
6-14 Same: Dec. 1922
   
6-15 Same: Jan.-Feb. 1923
             
Box 7          
             
7-1 National Organizations: March, 1923
   
7-2 Same: April 2-18, 1923
   
7-3 Same: April 20-May 5, 1923
   
7-4 Same: May 10-July, 1923
   
7-5 Same: Aug. 1-Sept. 15, 1923
   
7-6 Same: Sept. 17-Dec. 1923
   
7-7 Same: Jan. 14-March 8, 1924
   
7-8 Same: March 11-May 5, 1924
   
7-9 Same: 1929 and Undated
   
7-10 Conference on the Limitation of Armament: State Dept. Press Bulletins (July 10-Sept. 19, 1921)
   
7-11 Same: (Sept. 21-Oct. 18, 1921)
   
7-12 Same: (Sept. 19-Nov. 2, 1921)
   
7-13 Same: (Nov. 4-9, 1921)
   
7-14 Same: (Nov. 10, 1921)
   
7-15 Same: (Nov. 12-Dec. 23, 1921)
   
7-16 Fifth Plenary Session--Feb. 1. 1922
   
Box 8          
             
8-1 Conference on the Limitation of Armament--Sixth Plenary Session (Feb. 4,1922)
   
8-2 World Peace (1922-24)
   
8-3 National Miscellaneous (July 1-Nov. 22, 1920)
   
8-4 Same: (Jan. 10-March 28, 1921)
   
8-5 Same: (April 4, 1921-April 20, 1922)
   
8-6 Same: (May 15-Oct. 30, 1922)
   
8-7 Same: (Nov. 13, 1922-Jan. 26, 1923)
   
8-8 Same: (Feb. 24-April 2, 1923)
   
8-9 Same: (April 24-Aug. 30, 1923)
   
8-10 Same: (Sept. 3-Nov. 5, 1923)
   
8-11 Same: (Nov. 6, 1923-Feb. 19, 1924)
   
8-12 Same: (Feb. 23-March 19, 1924)
   
8-13 Same: (March 20-April 4, 1924)
   
8-14 Same: (April 5- May 1, 1924)
   
8-15 Same: Undated
   
8-16 Same: Undated
   
Box 9          
             
9-1 Muscle Shoals (Resource Map-1917)
   
9-2 Same: (Jan.-Sept., 1921)
   
9-3 Same: (1920)
   
9-4 Same: (Feb.-June, 1922)
   
9-5 Same: (July, 1922)
   
9-6 Same: (Aug.-Sept., 1922)
   
9-7 Same: (Nov.-Dec., 1922)
   
9-8 Same: (Misc.-pamphlets, 1922)
   
9-9 Same: (1923-1924)
   
9-10 National Business: (Oct. 19, 1920)
   
9-11 Same: (Oct. 21-25, 1920)
   
9-12 Same: (Oct. 26-Dec. 13, 1920)
   
9-13 Same: (Pamphlets-1920)
   
9-14 Same: (1921)
   
9-15 Same: (Jan. 13-Feb. 7, 1922)
   
9-16 Same: (Feb. 13-May 26, 1922)
   
9-17 Same: (May 31, 1922)
   
9-18 Same: (July 12, 1922)
   
9-19 Same: (July 17, 1922)
   
9-20 Same: (July-Aug.28, 1922)
   
9-21 Same: (Aug. 28-Oct. 10, 1922)
   
9-22 Same: (Nov. 13-Dec. 8, 1922)
   
9-23 Same: (Dec. 8-Dec. 15, 1922)
   
9-24 Same: (Dec. 18-23, 1922)
   
9-25 Same: (Jan. 8-24, 1923)
   
9-26 Same: (Jan. 25-March 12, 1923)
   
9-27 Same: (March 21, 1923)
   
9-28 Same: (April 21-27, 1922)
   
Box 10          
             
10-1 Ku Klux Klan--Mer Rouge: 1921
   
10-2 Same: March 30-Dec. 1, 1922
   
10-3 Same: Dec. 2-23, 1922
   
10-4 Same: Dec. 24-26, 1922
   
10-5 Same: Dec. 26-27, 1922
   
10-6 Same: Dec. 28, 1922
   
10-7 Same: Dec. 28-29, 1922
   
10-8 Same: Dec. 29, 1922
   
10-9 Same: Dec. 29-31, 1922
   
10-10 Same: Jan. 1-3, 1922
   
10-11 Same: Jan. 2, 1923
   
10-12 Same: Jan. 2-3, 1923
   
10-13 Same: Jan. 4-5, 1923
   
10-14 Same: Jan. 5-6, 1923
   
10-15 Same: Jan. 6, 1923
   
10-16 Same: Jan. 7-9, 1923
   
Box 11          
             
11-1 KKK--Mer Rouge: Jan. 8, 1923
   
11-2 Same: Jan. 9-11, 1923
   
11-3 Same: Jan. 11-12, 1923
   
11-4 Same: Jan. 12, 1923
   
11-5 Same: Jan. 14-15, 1923
   
11-6 Same: Jan. 13, 1923
   
11-7 Same: Jan. 15-16, 1923
   
11-8 Same: Jan. 16-18, 1923
   
11-9 Same: Jan. 19, 1923
   
11-10 Same: Jan. 19-22, 1923
   
11-11 Same: Jan. 23-26, 1923
   
11-12 Same: Jan. 26-31, 1923
   
Box 12          
             
112-1 KKK--Mer Rouge: Feb. 1-12, 1923
   
12-2 Same: Feb. 13-March 16, 1923
   
12-3 Same: March 17-May 17, 1923
   
12-4 Same: June 15-Dec. 24, 1923
   
12-5 Same: 1923-Undated
   
12-6 Same: Jan. 1-21, 1924
   
12-7 Same: Jan. 23-Feb. 8, 1924
   
12-8 Same: Feb. 9-April 6, 1924
   
12-9 Same: Undated
   
Box 13          
             
13-1 KKK--General: June 29-Oct. 6, 1921
   
13-2 Same: Jan. 2-March 31, 1922
   
13-3 Same: April 4-Aug, 8, 1922
   
13-4 Same: Aug. 12-Sept. 19, 1922
   
13-5 Same: Oct. 1-Nov. 1, 1922
   
13-6 Same: Nov. 2-9, 1922
   
13-7 Same: Nov. 10 -17, 1922
   
13-8 Same: Nov. 20-21, 1922
   
13-9 Same: Nov. 22-23, 1922
   
13-10 Same: Nov. 24, 1922
   
13-11 Same: Nov. 24-25, 1922
   
13-12 Same: Nov. 26-29, 1922
   
13-13 Same: Nov. 28-29, 1922
   
13-14 Same: Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 1922
   
13-15 Same: Dec 4-6, 1922
   
13-16 Same: Dec. 7-16, 1922
   
13-17 Same: Dec. 17-23, 1922
   
13-18 Same: Dec. 23-24, 1922
   
13-19 Same: Dec. 25-27, 1922
   
13-20 Same: Dec. 27-28, 1922
   
13-21 Same: Dec. 28-29, 1922
   
Box 14          
             
14-1 KKK General Topics: Dec. 29-31, 1922
   
14-2 Same: Jan. 1, 1923
   
14-3 Same: Jan. 2-3, 1923
   
14-4 Same: Jan. 4-5, 1923
   
14-5 Same: Jan. 5-7, 1923
   
14-6 Same: Jan. 8-9, 1923
   
14-7 Same: Jan. 10-12, 1923
   
14-8 Same: Jan. 13-15, 1923
   
14-9 Same: Jan. 15-19, 1923
   
14-10 Same: Jan. 19-21, 1923
   
14-11 Same: Jan. 22-24, 1923
   
14-12 Same: Jan. 25-27, 1923
   
14-13 Same: Jan. 27-29, 1923
   
14-14 Same: Jan. 30-31, 1923
   
14-15 Same: Feb. 1-3, 1923
   
14-16 Same: Feb. 5-11, 1923
   
14-17 Same: Feb. 12-16, 1923
   
14-18 Same: Feb. 16-19, 1923
   
14-19 Same: Feb. 20-24, 1923
   
14-20 Same: Feb. 25-28, 1923
   
14-21 Same: March 1-3, 1923
   
14-22 Same: March 4-10, 1923
   
14-23 Same: March 11-17, 1923
   
14-24 Same: March 18-20, 1923
   
14-25 Same: March 21-23, 1923
   
14-26 Same: March 24-28, 1923
   
Box 15          
             
15-1 KKK General Topics: March 28-31, 1923
   
15-2 Same: April 4-10, 1923
   
15-3 Same: April 4-10, 1923
   
15-4 Same: April 10-29, 1923
   
15-5 Same: May 1-11, 1023
   
15-6 Same: May 12-31, 1923
   
15-7 Same: June 1-18, 1923
   
15-8 Same: June 20-Aug. 1, 1923
   
15-9 Same: Aug. 3-Sept. 3, 1923
   
15-10 Same: Sept. 8-30, 1923
   
15-11 Same: Oct. 8-31, 1923
   
15-12 Same: Nov. 1-14, 1923
   
15-13 Same: Nov. 17-Dec. 12, 1923
   
15-14 Same: Dec. 16-20, 1923
   
15-15 Same: Jan. 1-12, 1924
   
15-16 Same: Jan. 14-31, 1924
   
15-17 Same: Feb. 1-March 8, 1924
   
15-18 Same: March 11-May 8, 1924
   
Box 16          
             
16-1 KKK--General (Undated)
   
16-2 Same:
   
16-3 Same:
   
16-4 Same:
   
16-5 Same:
   
16-6 Same:
   
16-7 Same:
   
16-8 KKK--Booklets
   
16-9 Same:
   
16-10 Same:
   
16-11 RESTRICTED! KKK--Lists (TO BE USED WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE DIRECTOR ONLY)
   
16-12 KKK--State Policies (Feb. 12-Nov. 20, 1922)
   
16-13 Same: (Nov. 21-27, 1922)
   
16-14 Same: (Nov. 29-Dec. 7, 1922)
   
16-15 Same: (Dec. 7, 1922-Jan 5, 1923)
   
16-16 Same: (Jan. 8-Feb. 10, 1923)
   
16-17 Same: (Feb. 12-21, 1923)
   
16-18 Same: (Feb. 22-March 15, 1923)
   
16-19 Same: (March 20-26, 1923)
   
16-20 Same: (March 27, 1923-Jan. 21, 1924)
   
16-21 Same: (Feb.--March, 1924)
   
16-22 Same: (Undated)
   
16-23 KKK--Texas (Aug. 7, 1923-March 3, 1924)
   
16-24 KKK--State Policies (undated)
   
Box 17          
   
17-1 National Business: April, 1923
   
17-2 Same: May 4-11, 1923
   
17-3 Same: May 14-25, 1923
   
17-4 Same: May 30-June 5, 1923
   
17-5 Same: June 23-Aug. 9, 1923
   
17-6 Same: Aug. 14-28, 1923
   
17-7 Same: Dec. 5-20, 1923
   
17-8 Same: Undated, 1923
   
17-9 Tax Pamphlets, 1920
   
17-10 Same: 1921
   
17-11 Same: 1922
   
17-12 National Politics
             
Box 18          
             
18-1 National Agriculture: 1917
   
18-2 Same: March-June, 1920
   
18-3 Same: Dec., 1920
   
18-4 Same: Undated pamphlets, 1920
   
18-5 Same: Jan., 1921
   
18-6 Same: March -Dec., 1921
   
18-7 Same: Jan., 1922
   
18-8 Same: Feb.-April, 1922
   
18-9 Same: May, 1922
   
18-10 Same: June, 1922
   
18-11 Same: July-Aug, 1922
   
18-12 Same: Oct.-Nov., 1922
   
18-13 Same: Pamphlets, 1922
   
18-14 Same: Jan.-March, 1923
   
18-15 Same: April, 1923
   
18-16 Same: May-Aug., 1923
   
18-17 Same: Sept.-Dec.,1923
   
18-18 Crop Table
   
18-19 Same: Jan.-April, 1924
   
18-20 Same: May-Dec., 1924
   
18-21 Record Forms, 1924
   
Box 19          
             
19-1 Constitutional Convention: March 12-May 21, 1920
   
19-2 Same: June 6-July 2, 1920
   
19-3 Same: July 4-16, 1920
   
19-4 Same: July 17-28, 1920
   
19-5 Same: July 29-30, 1920
   
19-6 Same: July 31-Aug. 2, 1920
   
19-7 Same: Aug. 3-5, 1920
   
19-8 Same: Aug. 5-10, 1920
   
19-9 Same: Aug. 11-28, 1920
   
19-10 Same: Sept. 2-16, 1920
   
19-11 Same: Sept. 17-26, 1920
   
19-12 Same: Sept. 27-30, 1920
   
19-13 Same: Oct. 1-4, 1920
   
19-14 Same: Oct. 4-5, 1920
   
19-15 Same: Oct. 6-9, 1920
   
19-16 Same: Oct. 10-12, 1920
   
19-17 Same: Oct. 13-14, 1920
   
19-18 Same: Oct. 15, 1920
   
19-19 Same: Oct. 16-17, 1920
   
19-20 Same: Oct. 18-19, 1920
   
19-21 Same: Oct. 19, 1920
             
Box 20          
             
20-1 Constitutional Convention: Oct. 20-22, 1920
   
20-2 Same: Oct. 23-25, 1920
   
20-3 Same: Oct. 25-26, 1920
   
20-4 Same: Oct. 27-28, 1920
   
20-5 Same: Oct. 28-29, 1920
   
20-6 Same: Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 1920
   
20-7 Same: Nov. 2-3, 1920
   
20-8 Same: Nov. 3-4, 1920
   
20-9 Same: Nov. 5, 1920
   
20-10 Same: Nov. 6, 1920
   
20-11 Same: Nov. 7-8, 1920
   
20-12 Same: Nov. 9-10, 1920
   
20-13 Same: Nov. 10-11, 1920
   
20-14 Same: Nov. 12-14, 1920
   
20-15 Same: Nov. 15-16, 1920
   
20-16 Same: Nov. 17-18, 1920
   
20-17 Same: Nov. 19-20, 1920
   
20-18 Same: Nov. 20, 1920
   
Box 21          
             
21-1 Constitutional Convention: Nov. 24-30, 1920
   
21-2 Same: Dec. 1-2, 1920
   
21-3 Same: Dec. 2-6, 1920
   
21-4 Same: Dec. 6-13, 1920
   
21-5 Same: Dec. 14-16, 1920
   
21-6 Same: Dec. 17-31, 1920
   
21-7 Same: Jan. 3-14, 1921
   
21-8 Same: Jan. 15-20, 1921
   
21-9 Same: Jan. 21-31, 1921
   
21-10 Same: Feb. 1-16, 1921
   
21-11 Same: Feb. 17-March 1, 1921
   
21-12 Same: March 2-4, 1921
   
21-13 Same: March 5-10, 1921
   
21-14 Same: March 11-24, 1921
   
21-15 Same: March 25-29, 1921
   
21-16 Same: March 30-April 5, 1921
   
21-17 Same: April 20-21, 1921
   
21-18 Same: April 22-May 5, 1921
   
21-19 Same: July 8-Nov. 9, 1922
   
21-20 Miscellaneous (Undated)
   
21-21 Same:
   
21-22 Same:
   
21-23 Same:
   
C. Miscellaneous
   
Box 22          
             
22-1 Dallas Calmes Murder Case: May 16-June 29, 1921
   
22-2 Same: June 30--July 18, 1921
   
22-3 Same: July 20, 1921-May 19, 1922
   
22-4 Same: May 16-18, 1922
   
22-5 Same: May 19-30, 1922
   
22-6 Same: June 1- July 13, 1922
   
22-7 Same: July 17-Nov. 5, 1922
   
22-8 Same: Nov. 8, 1922-Nov. 16, 1923
   
22-9 Same: Jan. 24-Feb. 1, 1924
   
22-10 Same: Feb. 2-26, 1924
   
22-11 Same: March 3-17, 1924
   
22-12 Same: March 18-April 1, 1924
   
22-13 Same: April 2-18, 1924
   
22-14 Same: April 19-24, 1924
   
22-15 Same: April 25, 1924
   
22-16 Same: April 26-28, 1924
   
22-17 Same: April 29-30, 1924
   
22-18 Same: May 1-2, 1924
   
22-19 Same: May 2-3, 1924
   
22-20 Same: May 3-5, 1924
   
22-21 Same: May 6-8, 1924
   
22-22 Same: May 8, 1924
   
22-23 Same: May 8-9, 1924
   
22-24 Same: May 10-17, 1924
   
22-25 Undated
   
Box 23          
             
23-1 Speeches: 1924 Election; New Orleans, Oct., 1923 (Athenaeum)
   
23-2 Same: 1924 Election; Anti-Fugua and KKK
   
23-3 Same: 1924 Election; anti-Kugua and KKK
   
23-4 Same: 1924 Election; Chicago, Feb 26, 1923
   
23-5 Same: Anti-KKK
   
23-6 Same: Levees
   
23-7 Same: New Orleans (1) City Election (2) Dock Board Appts.
   
23-8 Same: (1) Opening of Industrial Canal (2) Waterways and Transportation
   
23-9 Same: Constitutional Convention
   
23-10 Same: Agriculture
   
23-11 Same: Agriculture (Cotton)
   
23-12 Same: Agricultural College at Baton Rouge (LSU)
   
23-13 Same: General Legislative
   
23-14 Same: Louisiana's Resources
   
23-15 Same: Highways
   
23-16 Same: Prohibition
   
23-17 Same: Post-War Patriotism
   
23-18 Same: Post-War Patriotism
   
23-19 Same: Theodore Roosevelt
   
23-20 Same: Scraps and Undated
   
Box 24          
             
24-1 New Orleans Affairs: 1920
   
24-2 Same: Jan. 7-20, 1921
   
24-3 Same: Jan. 21-March 17, 1921
   
24-4 Same: March 19-30, 1921
   
24-5 Same: April 1-Dec. 27, 1921
   
24-6 Same: Feb. 18-April 18, 1922
   
24-7 Same: May 11-July 8, 1922
   
24-8 Same: July 11-31, 1922
   
24-9 Same: Sept. 5-Dec 14, 1922
   
24-10 Photo: 1922
   
24-11 Same: Jan. 1-Feb. 15, 1923
   
24-12 Same: March 22-April 28, 1923
   
24-13 Same: May 2-Oct. 31, 1923
   
24-14 Same: Nov.-Dec. and misc. 1923
   
24-15 Same: Jan. 1-April 26, 1924
   
24-16 Same: Miscellaneous--Undated
   
24-17 Cotton and the New Orleans Cotton Exchange--By. James C. Boyle
   
Box 25          
             
25-1 Dock Board-1920
   
25-2 Same: Jan. 25-20, 1921
   
25-3 Same: Revenue & Expenses (Sept.1919-Aug., 1920)
   
25-4 Same: Mar. 7-20, 1921
   
25-5 Same: Jan. 26-Feb. 18, 1921
   
25-6 Same: Feb. 24-25, 1921
   
25-7 Same: Financial Statements (March 31, 1921)
   
25-8 Same: April 1-Nov. 14, 1921
   
25-9 Same: 1922
   
25-10 Dock Board--Miscellaneous & Undated
   
25-11 Mississippi Valley - Rivers & Harbors: Jan. 15-17, 1922
   
25-12 Same: Feb. 20-Mar. 13, 1922
   
25-13 Same: Apr. 22-30, 1922
   
25-14 Same: May 5-June 10, 1922
   
25-15 Same: June 14-26, 1922
   
25-16 Same: Aug. 3-Sept. 20, 1922
   
25-17 Same: Oct. 7-Nov. 28, 1922
   
25-18 W. D. Robinson Correspondence (Oct. 5, 1917 - Jan. 29, 1923)
   
Box 26          
             
26-1 Job Requests, Appointments and Resignations: Jan.-April, 1920
   
26-2 Same: May, 1920
   
26-3 Same: June-Nov., 1920
   
26-4 Same: Dec., 1920
   
26-5 Same: Jan. 1-15, 1921
   
26-6 Same: Jan. 17-Feb., 1921
   
26-7 Same: Mar.-Apr.19, 1921
   
26-8 Same: Apr. 12-Sept., 1921
   
26-9 Same: Nov.-Dec., 1921
   
26-10 Same: Jan.-April 17, 1922
   
26-11 Same: Apr. 22-June, 1922
   
26-12 Same: July-Sept, 1922
   
26-13 Same: Oct.-Nov., 15, 1922
   
26-14 Same: Nov. 16-28, 1922
   
26-15 Same: Dec., 1922
   
26-16 Same: Jan.-Feb., 1923
   
26-17 Same: March, 1923
   
26-18 Same: March, 1923
   
26-19 Same: Apr.-May, 1923
   
26-20 Same: July-Aug., 1923
   
26-21 Same: Oct.-Dec., 1923
   
26-22 Same: 1924
   
26-23 Same: Undated
             
D. State Departments    
             
Box 27          
             
27-1 Conservation: Dec. 1920-April, 1921
   
27-2 Same: Nov. 1921-1922
   
27-3 Same: Feb. 17-March 22, 1923
   
27-4 Same: March 27-April, 1923
   
27-5 Same: May 14-19, 1923
   
27-6 Same: May-July, 1923
   
27-7 Same: Aug 2-9, 1923
   
27-8 Same: Aug 27-31, 1923
   
27-9 Same: Sept. 6-19, 1923
   
27-10 Same: Sept. 25-26, 1923
   
27-11 Same: Sept. 27, 1923
   
27-12 Same: Sept. 28-29, 1923
   
27-13 Same: Oct. 1, 1923
   
27-14 Same: Oct. 2-6, 1923
   
27-15 Same: Oct. 5-8, 1923
   
27-16 Same: Oct. 9, 1923
             
Box 28          
             
28-1 Conservation: Oct. 10-11, 1923
   
28-2 Same: Oct. 13, 1923
   
28-3 Same: Oct. 14-17, 1923
   
28-4 Same: Oct. 18-19, 1923
   
28-5 Same: Oct. 23-24, 1923
   
28-6 Same: Oct. 21-Nov. 1, 1923
   
28-7 Same: Nov. 1-9, 1923
   
28-8 Same: Nov. 12-14, 1923
   
28-9 Same: Nov. 16-20, 1923
   
28-10 Same: Nov. 21-22, 1923
   
28-11 Same: Nov. 23-27, 1923
   
28-12 Same: Nov. 28-Dec. 5, 1923
   
28-13 Same: Dec., 1923
   
28-14 Same: Undated, 1923
   
28-15 Same: Undated, 1923
   
28-16 Same: Newspaper articles, 1923
   
28-17 Same: Jan. 1-19, 1924
   
28-18 Same: Jan 25-29, 1924
   
28-19 Same: Feb., 1924
   
28-20 Same: Mar.-May, 1924
   
28-21 Same: Undated, 1924
   
28-22 Same: Duplicates
             
Box 29          
             
29-1 Publicity: Feb 4, 1921-April 2, 1922
   
29-2 Same: April 4-9, 1922
   
29-3 Same: April 10-14, 1922
   
29-4 Same: April 17-Nov. 20, 1922
   
29-5 Same: Jan. 29-March 15, 1923
   
29-6 Same: March 26-May 14, 1923
   
29-7 Same: Undated
   
29-8 Governors' race of 1920
   
29-9 Governor's Election of 1924: Jan., 1923
   
29-10 Same: Mar.-May, 1923
   
29-11 Same: Aug., 1923
   
29-12 Same: Sept.-Oct. 8, 1923
   
29-13 Same: Oct. 8-27, 1923
   
29-14 Same: Nov. 14-23, 1923
   
29-15 Same: Nov 26-Dec. 5, 1923
   
29-16 Same: Dec. 8-28, 1923
   
29-17 Same: Election Returns
   
29-18 Same: Jan., 1924
   
29-19 Same: Jan., 1924
   
29-20 Same: Jan., 1924
   
29-21 Same: Jan., 1924
   
29-22 Same: Feb., 1924
   
29-23 Same: March-April, 1924
   
29-24 Same: Undated
   
Box 30
   
30-1 Carbon Black: 1915-May 3, 1920
   
30-2 Same: 1921
   
30-3 Same: 1922
   
30-4 Same: 1923
   
30-5 Same: 1924
   
30-6 Same: Statistics
   
30-7 Same: Undated
   
30-8 Labor: State Labor (June 5-20, 1920)
   
30-9 State Highways: March 15, 1920-April 17, 1921
   
30-10 Same: Nov. 17, 1920-Jan. 7, 1921
   
30-11 Same: Jan. 19, 1921-July 27, 1922
   
30-12 Same: Aug. 9-Dec. 18, 1922
   
30-13 Same: Jan. 26-April 28, 1923
   
30-14 Same: April 30-May 10, 1923
   
30-15 Same: June 24, 1923
   
30-16 Same: June 26-27, 1923
   
30-17 Same: June 30-Dec. 7, 1923
   
30-18 Same: undated
   
30-19 State Agriculture: May 5, 1920
   
30-20 Same: March 29, 1921-May 8, 1922
   
30-21 Same: June 1-Nov. 16, 1922
   
30-22 Same: Jan. 23-Aug. 27, 1923
   
30-23 Same: Aug. 28, 1923-May 16, 1924
   
30-24 Same: Undated
   
Box 31          
             
31-1 State Education: April 13--June 5, 1920
   
31-2 Same: June 6-25, 1920
   
31-3 Same: July 7, 1920-April 14, 1921
   
31-4 Same: April 15-Dec 22, 1921
   
31-5 Same: Jan. 4-July 28, 1922
   
31-6 Same: Oct. 9, 1921-May 2, 1923
   
31-7 Same: June 9-Nov. 7, 1923
   
31-8 Same: Nov. 8-Dec. 10, 1923
   
31-9 Same: Feb. 20-May 12, 1924
   
31-10 Same: Undated
   
31-11 Local Affairs: Jan. 4-May 11, 1920
   
31-12 Same: May 17-Aug. 17, 1920
   
31-13 Same: Jan. 8-7, 1921
   
31-14 Same: Jan. 8-28, 1921
   
31-15 Same: Feb. 3-Mar. 28, 1921
   
31-16 Same: Mar. 30-Apr. 23, 1921
   
31-17 Same: Apr. 25-Dec. 26, 1921
   
31-18 Same: Jan. 2-18, 1922
   
31-19 Same: Jan. 23-April 17, 1922
   
31-20 Same: April 25-June 22, 1922
   
31-21 Same: June 27-July 24, 1922
   
31-22 Same: July 28-Aug. 26, 1922
   
31-23 Same: Sept. 1-Nov. 3, 1922
   
31-24 Same: Nov. 8-Dec, 25, 1922
   
31-25 Same: Jan. 27-Feb 27, 1923
   
31-26 Same: Mar. 8-May 6, 1923
   
31-27 Same: May 15-Aug. 7, 1923
   
31-28 Same: Aug. 9-Oct. 31, 1923
   
31-29 Same: Nov. 3, 1923-Jan. 30, 1924
   
31-30 Same: Feb. 23, 1924-May 10, 1924
   
31-31 Same: Undated
   
Box 32
   
32-1 State Institutions: Feb. 8-July 31, 1920
   
32-2 Same: Aug. 3-10, 1920
   
32-3 Same: Aug. 13-Dec. 31, 1920
   
32-4 Same: Jan. 1, 1921
   
32-5 Same: Jan. 8-20, 1921
   
32-6 Same: Jan. 21-Feb. 10, 1921
   
32-7 Same: Feb. 11-Apr. 18, 1921
   
32-8 Same: July 24, 1922
   
32-9 Same: Aug. 3-Nov. 21, 1922
   
32-10 Same: Jan. 1-May 17, 1923
   
32-11 Same: May 28-Sept. 21, 1923
   
32-12 Same: Oct. 4-Dec. 1, 1923
   
32-13 Same: Dec. 7-31, 1923
   
32-14 Same: Jan. 1-Feb. 27, 1924
   
32-15 Same: Mar. 9-Apr. 15, 1924
   
32-16 Same: April 19-Dec. 1924
   
32-17 Same: Charity Hospital Bulletin
   
32-18 Same: Undated
   
32-19 Same: Undated
   
32-20 Same: Undated
   
Box 33
   
33-1 State Conservation: 1920-Oct. 13, 1922
   
33-2 Same: Nov. 1922-Aug. 29, 1923
   
33-3 Same: Sept. 1923-Aug. 28, 1924
   
33-4 Same: Monroe Gas Field
   
33-5 Same: Monroe Gas Field
   
33-6 Same: Monroe Gas Field
   
33-7 Same: Monroe Gas Field
   
33-8 State Petitions: May 18-June 10, 1920
   
33-9 Same: June 14-Aug. 15, 1920
   
33-10 Same: Sept. 15, 1920-Oct. 6, 1923
   
33-11 Same: Oct. 19-Nov. 27, 1922
   
33-12 Same: Jan. 11-Oct. 3, 1923
   
33-13 Same: Oct. 15, 1923-April 26, 1924 and Undated
             
Box 34          
             
34-1 Floods (LA): May 17-26, 1920
   
34-2 Same: May 27-June 3, 1920
   
34-3 Same: June 5, 1920-June 9, 1922
   
34-4 Flood Control: Mar. 13, 1920-Apr. 25, 1921
   
34-5 Same: Apr. 28, 1921-May 24, 1922
   
34-6 Same: May 29-Aug. 19, 1922
   
34-7 Same: Aug. 28, 1922-March 5, 1923
   
34-8 Same: Undated
   
34-9 Same: Miss. Flood Control (State) (Feb. 15, 1921-Aug. 15, 1922)
   
34-10 Same: Miss. Flood Control (State) Aug. 1922-Aug. 28, 1923
   
34-11 State Veterans: Mar. 16-July 6, 1820
   
34-12 Same: July 8, 1920-May 29, 1922
   
34-13 Same: June 29, 1922-April, 1923 and Undated
             
Box 35          
             
35-1 General - Legislature: Feb. 2-March 31, 1920
   
35-2 Same: April 13-May 31, 1920
   
35-3 Same: June 26-Nov. 2, 1920
   
35-4 Same: April 4-Nov. 16, 1921
   
35-5 Same: Jan. 2-June 5, 1922
   
35-6 Same: June 8-12, 1922
   
35-7 Same: July 5-10, 1922
   
35-8 Same: July 11-20, 1922
   
35-9 Same: July 21, 1922-Jan. 22, 1924
   
35-10 Same: Jan. 25-April 25, 1924 and Undated
   
35-11 Same: Elections Act
   
35-12 Same: Ordinances
   
35-13 Same: House Bills
   
35-14 Same: Senate Bills
   
35-15 Same: Committee Reports
   
35-16 Same:
   
35-17 Same:
   
35-18 Same:
   
35-19 Same:
   
35-20 Same:
   
35-21 Same:
   
35-22 Same:
   
35-23 Same:
   
35-24 Same:
   
35-25 Same:
   
Box 36          
             
36-1 State Board of Examiners: Dec. 13, 1918-Aug. 10, 1920
   
36-2 Same: Aug. 10-Sept. 22, 1920
   
36-3 State Organizations: April 8, 1920-May 23, 1922
   
36-4 Same: March 25, 1922-Oct 21, 1922
   
36-5 Same: Oct. 21, 1922-April 19, 1923
   
36-6 Same: April 22, 1923-March 1, 1924
   
36-7 Same: March 7-April 22, 1924
   
36-8 Same: Undated
   
36-9 State Taxes including Severence: State Severence Tax (Jan. 12, 1920 -May 30, 1922)
   
36-10 Same: State Taxes--Feb. 19, 1921
   
36-11 Personal Favors: May 17, 1920-March 3, 1922
   
36-12 Same: March 4, 1921-March 3, 1922
   
36-13 Same: March 13-May 15, 1922
   
36-14 Same: May 19-Oct. 3, 1922
   
36-15 Same: Oct. 6-Dec. 11, 1922
   
36-16 Same: Dec. 13, 1922-Jan. 15, 1923
   
36-17 Same: Jan. 19-March 7, 1923
   
36-18 Same: March 12-May 23, 1923
             
Box 37          
             
37-1 Personal Favors: May 22-Sept. 14, 1924
   
37-2 Same: Sept. 27-Dec. 29, 1923
   
37-3 Same: Jan. 1-30, 1924
   
37-4 Same: Feb. 1-March 15, 1924
   
37-5 Same: March 17-31, 1924
   
37-6 Same: April 1-10, 1924
   
37-7 Same: April 11-30, 1924
   
37-8 Same: May 6-Sept. 11, 1924
   
37-9 Same: Miscellaneous
   
37-10 Fiscal: April 26-Aug. 16, 1920
   
37-11 Same: Sept. 18-Oct. 20, 1920
   
37-12 Same: Oct. 15-23, 1920
   
37-13 Same: Oct. 25, 1920-March 11, 1921
   
37-14 Same: March 14, 1921-May 15, 1922
   
37-15 Same: May 23-Nov. 29, 1922
   
37-16 Same: Jan. 25, 1923
   
37-17 Same: Jan. 26-Oct. 2, 1923
   
37-18 Same: Oct. 3, 1923-May 12, 1924
   
37-19 Same: Misc.
   
37-20 Same:
   
37-21 Same:
   
37-22 Same:
   
37-23 State Miscellaneous: Feb. 11, 1920-Jan. 29, 1921
   
37-24 Same: Feb. 1-April 22, 1921
   
37-25 Same: April 28, 1921-Aug 19, 1922
   
37-26 Same: Aug. 25, 1922-May 27, 1923
   
37-27 Same: April 4, 1923-Feb. 15, 1924
   
37-28 Same: Mar. 1-May 6, 1924
   
37-29 Same: Undated
   
37-30 Same: Undated
             
E. Family Affairs      
             
Box 38          
             
38-1 Biographical
   
38-2 Family Affairs (1920-1921)
   
38-3 Same: (1922)
   
38-4 Same: (1923)
   
38-5 Same: (1924 & Misc.)
   
38-6 John M. Parker Co.---1920
   
38-7 Same: 1921
   
38-8 Same: April 4-Aug. 16, 1922
   
38-9 Same: Sept. 8, 1922-Dec. 31, 1923
   
38-10 Same: Jan. 2-May 13, 1924
   
38-11 Cotton and Business---1920
   
38-12 Same: June-May, 1921
   
38-13 Same: June-Dec., 1921
   
38-14 Same: 1922
   
38-15 Same: Jan.-April, 1923
   
38-16 Same: May-Dec., 1923
   
38-17 Same: Jan.-Mar., 1924
   
Box 39
   
39-1 Same: 1920-1921
   
39-2 Same: Feb. 3-June 26, 1922
   
39-3 Same: July 5-Dec. 31, 1922
   
39-4 Same: Feb.-April, 1923
   
39-5 Same: May-July, 1923
   
39-6 Same: Aug.-Dec., 1923
   
39-7 Same: April-Aug., 1924
   
39-8 Same: 1924 and Misc.
   
39-9 Plantations: March 1920-Feb., 1922
   
39-10 Same: Feb. 25-March 31, 1922
   
39-11 Same: April 5-June 2, 1922
   
39-12 Same: June 10-July 11, 1922
   
39-13 Same: July 12-Aug. 21, 1922
   
39-14 Same: Aug. 23-Sept. 22, 1922
   
39-15 Same: Sept. 23-Dec. 31, 1922
   
39-16 Same: 1922-Undated
   
39-17 Same: Jan. 1-May 14, 1923
   
39-18 Same: May 18-Aug. 31, 1923
   
39-19 Same: Sept. 7-Nov.1, 1923
   
39-20 Same: Nov. 9-Dec. 30, 1923
   
39-21 Same: Jan. 2-21, 1924
   
39-22 Same: Jan. 21-Feb. 5, 1924
   
39-23 Same: Feb. 5-March 1, 1924
   
39-24 Same: March 3-April 7, 1924
   
39-25 Same: April 10-22, 1924
   
39-26 Same: April 25-May 8, 1924
   
39-27 Same: May 9-14, 1924
   
39-28 Same: Undated
   
Box 40          
             
40-1 Personal Correspondence: 1920
   
40-2 Same: Jan. 3-8, 1921
   
40-3 Same: Jan. 25-Dec., 1921
   
40-4 Same: Jan. June 27, 1922
   
40-5 Same: July 1-Dec. 7, 1922
   
40-6 Same: Dec. 8-30, 1922
   
40-7 Same: 1922-Undated
   
40-8 Same: Jan.-March 3, 1923
   
40-9 Same: March 9-15, 1923
   
40-10 Same: March 19-April 3, 1923
   
40-11 Same: April 6-May 3, 1923
   
40-12 Same: May 3-June 1, 1923
   
40-13 Same: June 1-July 31, 1923
   
40-14 Same: Aug. 3-20, 1923
   
40-15 Same: Aug. 22-Oct. 4, 1923
   
40-16 Same: Oct 6-Nov. 13, 1923
   
40-17 Same: Nov. 21-Dec., 1923
   
40-18 Personal Miscellaneous (Correspondence, etc.): 1920
   
40-19 Same: Jan., 1921
   
40-20 Same: Feb.-Dec., 1921
   
40-21 Same: Jan. 1-31, 1922
   
40-22 Same: Feb.-March, 1922
   
40-23 Same: April-June, 1922
   
40-24 Same: July, 1922
   
40-25 Same: Aug.-Sept. 1922
   
40-26 Same: Oct., 1922
   
40-27 Same: Undated
   
Box 41
   
41-1 Personal correspondence: Nov.,1922
   
41-2 Same: Dec., 1922
   
41-3 Same: Jan., 1923
   
41-4 Same: Feb.-March, 1923
   
41-5 Same: April, 1923
   
41-6 Same: May, 1923
   
41-7 Same: June-July, 1923
   
41-8 Same: Aug.-Sept., 1923
   
41-9 Same: Oct., 1923
   
41-10 Same: Nov., 1923
   
41-11 Same: Dec., 1923
   
41-12 Same: Feb., 1924
   
41-13 Same: Feb., 1924
   
41-14 Same: Mar., 1924
   
41-15 Same: Apr., 1924
   
41-16 Same: May, 1924
   
41-17 Same: Undated
   
41-18 Same: Undated
   
41-19 Same: Undated
   
41-20 Same: Undated
   
41-21 Same: Jan. 1-8, 1924
   
41-22 Same: Jan. 9-15, 1924
   
41-23 Same: Jan. 16-19, 1924
   
41-24 Same: Jan. 22-29, 1924
   
41-25 Same: Feb. 1-15, 1924
   
41-26 Same: Feb. 15-20, 1924
   
41-27 Same: Feb. 26-29, 1924
   
41-28 Same: March 1-15, 1924
   
41-29 Same: March 16-22, 1924
   
41-30 Same: March 25-31, 1924
   
41-31 Same: April 3-11, 1924
   
41-32 Same: April 15-19, 1924
   
41-33 Same: April 24-29, 1924
   
41-34 Same: May 3-8, 1924
   
41-35 Same: May 9-13, 1924
   
41-36 Same: May 14-15, 1924
   
41-37 Same: May 16-17, 1924 & Misc.
             
Box 42          
             
42-1 Receipts and Invoices: Jan. 29-Apr. 30, 1920
   
42-2 Same: May 1-July 31, 1920
   
42-3 Same: Aug. 1-Oct. 30, 1920
   
42-4 Same: Nov. 1-Dec. 30, 1920
   
42-5 Same: Jan. 3-Mar. 31, 1921
   
42-6 Same: Apr. 1-June 6, 1921
   
42-7 Same: June 7-Aug. 11, 1921
   
42-8 Same: Nov. 1-Dec. 31, 1921
   
42-9 Same: Nov. 1-Dec. 31, 1921
   
42-10 Same: Jan. 3-Mar. 4, 1922
   
42-11 Same: March 6-May 12, 1922
   
42-12 Same: May 20-Aug. 9, 1922
   
42-13 Same: Aug. 10-Oct. 31, 1922
   
42-14 Same: Nov. 1-Dec. 31, 1922
   
42-15 Same: Jan. 1-March 20, 1923
   
42-16 Same: March 21-May 23, 1923
   
42-17 Same: May 24-Oct. 15, 1923
   
42-18 Same: Oct. 16-Dec. 31, 1923
   
42-19 Same: Jan. 1-March 1, 1924
   
42-20 Same: March 7-April 19, 1924
   
Box 43
             
43-1 Receipts and Invoices: April 21-May 14, 1924
   
43-2 Same: Undated Bank Statements
   
43-3 Same:
   
43-4 Same: Undated Misc.
   
43-5 Same:
   
43-6 Check Stubs and Savings Account Books
   
43-7 Photographs
   
43-8 Same:
   
43-9 Same:
   
43-10 Same:
   
43-11 Same:
   
43-12 Same:
   
43-13 Book of Views -- Kasuga [Japanese Warship]
   
Box 44          
   
44-1 Pamphlets and Memoranda
   
44-2 Same:
   
44-3 Same:
   
44-4 Same:
   
44-5 Same:
   
44-6 Same:
   
44-7 Same:
             
Box 45          
             
45-1 Booklets: Dept. of Interior Brief by Gifford Pinchot
             
45-2 Same: House Hearing on Flood Control
             
45-3 Same: House Investigations of Federal Expenditures for Co-Operatives
             
Box 46          
             
46-1 Booklets: Huey Long Impeachment Proceedings (1929)
   
46-2 Same: Investigation of Long's Senatorial Election (1932)
   
46-3 Same: Supreme Court Appeal of the Calmes Murderers
   
46-4 Same: Third National Foreign Trade Convention
             
46-5 Same: Floods and Levees of the Mississippi River  
 
 
 
 

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