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Pearl Mary Segura Papers
 
 
Collection 109
Pearl Mary Segura (1909-1993). Papers, 1718-1992, n.d.
16 feet
 
Pearl Mary Segura was born on 12 June 1909 in Lafayette, Louisiana to Celestine Gutierrez and Joseph Sidney Segura. She had four brothers and sisters. She was never married and has no children. She died in 1993.

Ms. Segura graduated from Mt. Carmel High School in 1927. She then obtained a bachelor's degree from Southwestern Louisiana Institute in 1930. She earned a Master's Degree in Library Science from Louisiana State University in 1941. She also did continuing education at Tulane University, Columbia University, the University of Illinois, and the University of Houston.

Ms. Segura was a teacher and librarian. She was also interested in music, painting and poetry. She published numerous poems. Her volume The Acadians in Fact and Fiction: A Classified Bibliography was published in 1955. She published articles in the Southwestern Louisiana Journal, Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Genealogical Institute, Louisiana History and the Attakapas Gazette. She also devoted much of her time to researching family history for various South Louisiana families.

She began her career at Indian Bayou High School as a teacher-librarian in 1930. She then was a teacher-librarian at Maurice High School until 1941. In 1941 she joined the staff of Stephens Memorial Library [now Edith Garland Dupré Library] at the University of Southwestern Louisiana [now University of Louisiana at Lafayette]. She became the first librarian to head the Louisiana Room after the Dupré Library was built in 1961. She worked there until her retirement in 1975. After retirement she spent her time researching and writing in the fields of genealogy and Louisiana history.

Ms. Segura was a member of many organizations including the American Library Association, the Southwestern Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries, France-Amérique de la Louisiane-Acadienne, Louisiana Historical Association, the Attakapas Historical Association, National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Daughters of the American Revolution. She was listed in the Dictionary of International Biography, Who's Who of American Women, and Who's Who in the South and Southwest. She was also a member of a number of honorary organizations such as Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Kappa Gamma, Kappa Kappa Rho, and Beta Phi Mu.

This collection contains genealogy and Acadian history material as well as personal files. The collection is divided into two parts: her working [genealogy and history] files and her personal files.
 
 
SERIES
     
A. Working files [genealogy]
  1. family history
1-01 thru 5-52
  2. parish records
6-01 thru 6-26
  3. church records
6-27 thru 6-35
  4. census records
6-36 thru 6-39
  5. militia records
6-40 thru 6-43
  6. Spanish records
6-44 thru 6-47
  7. U.S. states records
6-48 thru 6-52
  8. Other countries' records
6-53 thru 6-60
  9. Research files
6-61 thru 8-38
      Acadian materials
      Genealogy
      Libraries
      Louisiana history
      Louisiana: lands
      Louisiana: records/documents/sources
      Maps
      Organizational records
      Segura - bibliographies
      Segura - translations
      Miscellaneous
     
B. Personal files
  1. biography
8-39
  2. medical records
8-40 thru 8-42
  3. correspondence: personal & business
8-43 thru 8-44
  4. Library science courses
8-45 thru 11-05
      class notes; teaching files; organizational records
     
OVERSIZE
BOX 17
 
 
INVENTORY
     
A. Working files [genealogy]
  Family histories/genealogies
1-01 Abraham family
1-02 Allison family
1-03 Aloysius family
1-04 Arceneaux family
1-05 Arceneaux-Daigle-Nezat family
1-06 Aucoin family
1-07 Avegno family
   
1-08 Babin family
1-09 Babineau family
1-10 Babineaux family
1-11 Babineaux family
1-12 Barde family
1-13 Barras family
1-14 Barrera family
1-15 Bass family
1-16 Bastarache family
1-17 Baster family
1-18 Baudin family
1-19 Baudoin family
1-20 Baudoin, etc. family
   
1-21 Beaudoin family
1-22 Belle Isle family
1-23 Benoit family
1-24 Berand family
1-25 Berenhart family
1-26 Bergerie family
1-27 Bernard family
   
1-28 Bienvenu-deBlanc family
1-29 Blanchard family
1-30 Blanchet family
1-31 Blondin-Barre family
   
1-32 Bodin family
1-33 Bonin family
1-34 Bonin-Broussard-Guidry family
1-35 Bonne-Maison-Mouchette family
1-36 Bonnin family
1-37 Boring family
1-38 Boring family
1-39 Boring, etc. family
1-40 Boudreaux family
1-41 Boudrot family
1-42 Bouligny, Bouillon, Boudousquie family
1-43 Bourg-Bourque family
1-44 Bourgeois family
1-45 Bourque family
1-46 Boutte family
1-47 Boutte-Gonsoulin-Heirship family
1-48 Bowie family
   
1-49 Breaux family
1-50 Breaux, Gustave family
1-51 Breaux, Firmin family
1-52 Breauxis and LeBlanc family
1-53 Broussard, Doris family
1-54 Broussard family
1-55 Broussard family
1-56 Broussard family
1-57 Broussard family
1-58 Broussard, Amand family
1-59 Broussard, etc. family
1-60 Broussard, etc. family
1-61 Brown family
1-62 Brugere family
1-63 Brun family
   
1-64 Burleigh-Burley family
1-65 Burleigh family
1-66 Bunt family
   
1-67 Cade family
1-68 Caffery family
1-69 Cahanin family
1-70 Caillout family
1-71 Canfield family
1-72 Cantrelle family
1-73 Capdevielle family
1-74 Carlin family
1-75 Carriere family
1-76 Carter family
1-77 Cason family
1-78 Cauhey family
1-79 Cavalier family
1-80 Cayret family
   
1-81 Chabret family
1-82 Chauvin family
1-83 Chretien family
   
1-84 Coignard family
1-85 Coleson family
1-86 Comeaux family
1-87 Conques family
1-88 Corporon family
1-89 Crawford family
1-90 Crow family
   
1-91 Daigle family
1-92 D’Arensbourg family
1-93 Darensbourg family
1-94 Dar-Sar family
   
1-95 Declouet family
1-96 Delpit family
1-97 Demaret family
1-98 D’Entremont family
1-99 De Gautrais family
1-100 De La Gautray family
1-101 De Gran family
1-102 De La Gautrais family
1-103 De La Houssaye family
1-104 De La Morandier family
1-105 Demeaux family
1-106 Deshotel family
1-107 Desmarais family
1-108 Desormeaux family
1-109 Devillers family
   
1-110 Dicharry family
1-111 Domangue family
1-112 Dore’ family
1-113 Dorsey family
1-114 Doubs family
1-115 Doucet family
1-116 Dozat family
   
1-117 Dronet family
1-118 Ducharme family
1-119 Dugas family
2-01 Duhon family
2-02 Duon family
2-03 Dupré family
2-04 Dupuis family
2-05 Durke family
   
2-06 Eaton family
2-07 Edelmair family
2-08 Edwards family
2-09 El Gotoso family
2-10 Ellis family
   
2-11 Faulk family
2-12 Faustin family
2-13 Fauvel family
2-14 Finley family
2-15 Fletcher family
2-16 Fontenot family
2-17 Forsyte family
2-18 Foster family
2-19 Fourcade family
2-20 Frederick family
2-21 Fuselier family
   
2-22 Galvarez family
2-23 Galvez family
2-24 Gaudet family
2-25 Gauthier family
2-26 Gautierez family
   
2-26a Gerac family
2-27 Girard family
2-28 Giroir family
2-29 Girourd family
2-30 Gisclard family
2-31 Givens family
   
2-32 Godchaux family
2-33 Gonsoulin family
2-34 Gooch family
2-35 Gougeau family
2-36 Gosserand-Doza family
2-37 Gosserand-Doza family
2-38 Gozzi family
   
2-39 Gremillion family
2-40 Grivois family
   
2-41 Gueno family
2-42 Guidry family
2-43 Guidry family
2-44 Guidry family
2-45 Guidry, Pierre family
2-46 Guidry, Pierre family
2-46a Guidry, Pierre family
2-47 Guilbeau family
2-48 Guilbeau family
2-49 Guilbeau family
2-50 Guion family
2-51 Gutierrez family
2-52 Gutierrez family
2-53 Guzman family
   
2-54 Haidel family
2-55 Hannen family
2-56 Hannen family
2-57 Hardy family
2-58 Hargrave family
2-59 Hargrave family
2-60 Harmon family
2-61 Harrington family
2-62 Haydel family
   
2-63 Hebert family
2-64 Hedingen family
2-65 Hennen family
2-66 Henry family
2-67 Henshaw family
2-68 Hetrick family
   
2-69 Hinojosa family
2-70 Holland family
2-71 Holleman family
2-72 Hypocaust family
   
2-73 Jefferson family
2-74 Johnson family
2-75 Judice family
2-76 Judice family
2-77 Jules family
2-78 Jumonville de Villers
   
2-79 Kendall family
2-80 Kennedy family
2-81 Kerne family
2-82 Klein family
2-83 Krebs family
   
2-84 Labroise family
2-85 LaCour family
2-86 Lafitte family
2-87 LaFleur family
2-88 LaMarseillaise family
2-89 Lambeth family
2-90 Lamorandier family
2-91 Landry family
2-92 Landry family
2-93 Landry family
2-94 Landry-Segura family
2-95 LaNormandie family
2-96 LaPointe family
2-97 LaSerre family
2-98 Latiolais family
2-99 LaToilet family
2-100 Laurent family
2-101 Lavergne family
   
2-102 LeBlanc family
2-103 Lee family
2-104 LeFleur family [see also 2-87]
2-105 Legajo family
2-106 Lemos family
2-107 Levingston family
   
2-108 Lindetron family
2-109 Lorain family
2-110 Lyons family
2-111 Malaga family
   
2-112 Mamalakis family
2-113 Mantelpiece family
3-01 Marchand family
3-02 Marfisa family
3-03 Martin family
3-04 Martin, George Armand family
3-05 Martin, George Armand family
3-06 Martiny family
3-07 Mauduell family
3-08 Mayer family
3-09 Mayeaux family
3-10 Mayeau-Prevost family
3-11 Mazerolle family
   
3-12 McCausland family
3-13 McDonald family
3-14 McGrath family
   
3-15 Melancon family
3-16 Melchior family
3-17 Memere family
3-18 Mendoza family
3-19 Merryman family
3-20 Meyers family
   
3-21 Millard family
3-22 Miller family
3-23 Mire family
3-24 Mitchell family
   
3-25 Monnier family
3-26 Montagne family
3-27 Montet family
3-28 Montgomery family
3-29 Morvant family
3-30 Moss family
3-31 Mouton family
3-32 Mouton family
3-33 Mouton family
3-34 Mouton family
3-35 Muller family
3-36 Murdock family
   
3-37 Ney family
3-38 Nezette family
3-39 Nunez family
3-40 Nunez family
3-41 Nunez family
3-42 Nunez family
3-43 Nunez family
3-44 Nunez family
3-45 Nunez, etc. family
3-46 Nunez, etc. family
3-47 Nunez, etc. family
3-48 Nunez, etc. family
3-49 Nunez, etc. family
3-50 Nunez, etc. family
   
3-51 O’Bryan family
3-52 Olivaries family
3-53 Olivier family
3-54 O’Neills family
3-55 Orillon family
   
3-56 Parrott family
3-57 Parsons family
3-58 Pavy family
3-59 Perret family
3-60 Perrin family
3-61 Perry family
3-62 Petitpas family
   
3-63 Pitre family
3-64 Poche family
3-65 Pont Perry
3-66 Poirier family
   
3-67 Prados family
3-68 Prejean family
4-01 Primeaux family
4-02 Primeaux family
4-03 Provost family
4-04 Putnam family
   
4-05 Reaux family
4-06 Rees family
4-07 Rees family
4-08 Renault family
4-09 Revillon family
   
4-10 Richard family
4-11 Richardville family
4-12 Richaume family
4-13 Riche family
   
4-14 Rodriguez family
4-15 Rojas family
4-16 Romero family
4-17 Rosas family
4-18 Rougeau family
4-19 Rougeau family
4-20 Roujot family
4-21 Roy family
4-22 Rozat family
4-23 Rupeter family
   
4-24 St. Laurent family
4-25 Sandoz family
4-26 Savoie family
4-27 Schoffe family
   
4-28 Segura family
    [includes photo of political meting from 3 rd District Progressives 1914 which Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt attended]
4-29 Segura family
4-30 Segura family
4-31 Segura family
4-32 Segura family
4-33 Segura family
4-34 Segura family
4-35 Segura family
4-36 Segura family
4-37 Segura family
4-38 Segura, Adolphe family
4-39 Segura, Francisco-Prados family
4-40 Segura, Francisco-Prados family
4-41 Segura-Judice family
4-42 Segura-Judice family
4-43 Segura-Neubig family
4-44 Segura-Neubig family
4-45 Segura, Norma Lee Broussard family
4-46 Segura-Trahan family
4-47 Semer family
   
4-48 Shaw family
4-49 Shepherd family
4-50 Sigur family
4-51 Smith family
   
4-52 Soileau family
5-01 Sommers family
5-02 Sommers family
5-03 Sommers family
5-04 Spears family
   
5-05 Stansbury family
5-06 Stephan, John family
5-07 Stephan, Susan Ann family
5-08 Strimphel family
   
5-09 Ternant family
5-10 Theall family
5-11 Theriot family
5-12 Thibodeaux family
5-13 Thibodeaux family
   
5-14 Tomas family
5-15 Toups family
5-16 Toups family
5-17 Toups-Richard family
   
5-18 Trahan family
5-19 Trahan family
5-20 Trahan family
5-21 Tranchant family
   
5-22 Valenzuela family
5-23 Vallot family
5-24 Verret family
   
5-25 Viator family
5-26 Vicknaire family
5-27 Vidrine family
5-28 Viel family
5-29 Vilemez family
5-30 Villior family
5-31 Vincent family
5-32 Voorhies family
   
5-33 Whaley family
5-34 Whellen family
5-35 White family
   
5-36 Wiley family
5-37 Wilkens family
5-38 Wilkens family
5-39 Wilkens family
5-40 Wilkens family
5-41 Wilkens family
5-42 Williams family
5-43 Williams family
5-44 Witherspoon family
5-45 Wooten family
   
5-46 Ximenes family
5-47 Ximenez family
5-48 Zaunbrecher family
   
5-49 Multiple families
5-50 Multiple families
5-51 Multiple families
5-52 Multiple families
   
BOX 6
6-01 Parish records: Acadia Parish
6-02 Parish records: Ascension Parish
6-03 Parish records: Assumption Parish
6-04 Parish records: Attakapas Parish
6-05 Parish records: Avoyelles Parish
6-06 Parish records: Baton Rouge Parish
6-07 Parish records: Caddo Parish
6-08 Parish records: Catahoula Parish
6-09 Parish records: Concordia Parish
6-10 Parish records: Franklin Parish
6-11 Parish records: Iberia Parish
6-12 Parish records: Iberville Parish
6-13 Parish records: Lafourche Parish
6-14 Parish records: Natchitoches Parish
6-15 Parish records: Orleans Parish
6-16 Parish records: Ouachita Parish
6-17 Parish records: Plaquemines Parish
6-18 Parish records: Point Coupee Parish
6-19 Parish records: Rapides Parish
6-20 Parish records: St. Bernard Parish
6-21 Parish records: St. Gabriel Parish
6-22 Parish records: St. John the Baptist Parish
6-23 Parish records: St. Landry Parish
6-24 Parish records: St. Martin Parish
6-25 Parish records: St. Tammany Parish
6-26 Parish records: Vermilion Parish
   
6-27 Church records: baptismal records, St. Bernard Church
6-28 Church records: baptismal records, St. Martin Church
6-29 Church records: cemetery records [miscellaneous]
6-30 Church records: marriage records [miscellaneous]
6-31 Church records: marriage records [miscellaneous]
6-32 Church records: [miscellaneous]
6-33 Church records: [miscellaneous]
6-34 Church records: St. Martinville, [miscellaneous]
6-35 Church records: Mobile, AL [miscellaneous]
   
6-36 Census records: miscellaneous records
6-37 Census records: miscellaneous records
6-38 Census records: miscellaneous records
6-39 Census records: miscellaneous records
   
6-40 Militia records: New Iberia
6-41 Militia records: Opelousas
6-42 Militia records: Villere’s Company, 1766 [Louisiana]
6-43 Militia records: German Coast 1770, first company
   
6-44 Spanish records: miscellaneous
6-45 Spanish records: miscellaneous
6-46 Spanish records: miscellaneous
6-47 Spanish records: miscellaneous
   
6-48 United States state records: California
6-49 United States state records: Illinois
6-50 United States state records: Kentucky
6-51 United States state records: Mississippi
6-52 United States state records: New York
   
6-53 Other countries' records: British Province
6-54 Other countries' records: Canada
6-55 Other countries' records: England
6-56 Other countries' records: France
6-57 Other countries' records: Ireland
6-58 Other countries' records: Paris
6-59 Other countries' records: Puerto Rico
6-60 Other countries' records: Russia
   
Research files: [articles or documents on subject of folder] (photocopies)
  [many have Louisiana Room call numbers noted]
   
Acadian material
6-61 Rees, Grover. “Biographical Sketches of Some Acadian Exiles, Part 3,” Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival Program, 1972. 1 p.; also from publication, 2 pp; “A History of Breaux Bridge,” 25 March 1959
6-62 “Acadian Exiles in Virginia” – 2 articles from Virginia Historical Magazine, 1 from The French Review
6-63 “Agreement - Cattle Shares” 1765 agreement between Dauterive and Acadians
6-76 “Journal of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1752-1755, 1756-1758": excerpts related to Acadians
6-83 Godbout, Archange. “Le role du Saint-Jehan et les origins acadiennes,” Memoires de la Societe Genealogique Canadienne-Française, Jan., 1944: 20-30
6-84 Official Records of Robert Dinwiddie, v. 2: scattered letters referring to Acadians; Segura Notes
7-01 Collection de Documents Inédits sur le Canada et L'Amérique, v. 3, 1890: Documents sur L'Acadie, 1 – 56
7-02 pp. 57 -134
7-03 pp. 135 - 191
7-18 Groulx, Abbé Lionel. L'Histoire Acadienne, Montreal, 1917
7-27 Some Late 18th century Louisianians: title page, table of contents [from Voorhies book?] [handwritten]
7-28 Liste des Brochures Conserveés aux Archives Acadiennes à l'Université St. Joseph, Moncton, N.B. 63 pp [title page handwritten, text typed]
7-29 Brebner, John Bartlet. New England's Outpost: Acadia before the Conquest of Canada. [typed] [published copy in Louisiana Room]
7-30 Webster, John Clarence. Thomas Pichon: “The Spy of Beausejour,”… Ottawa, 1937. 103 pp [typed]
8-12 Notes: Acadians in Poitou Province, France, 1772 - 1776
8-19 Deportation file – material on deportation of Acadians in 1755; also 1763 census of Pointe Coupee; title pages of 2 memoires of colonial Louisiana; arrival of O'Reilly in New Orleans
   
Genealogy
6-66 “Creole Families of New Orleans”: D'Arensbourg (3); Perret (2); St. Martin (1)
6-67 Dictionnaire genealogique des familles du Quebec, Tanguay, Cyprien, 1871: xix - xxxiv, 501, 593-614
6-68 “Genealogy and Heraldry”: family Mius D'Entremont [see also 6-86]
6-69 “Genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England… Savage, James: Sta: 160-161
6-78 “Les Trahan d’Acadie”
6-86 “Mius de Pobomcoup family” no source: 877-881 [see also 6-68]
7-16 Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Family Lineage Record Book, Chicago, 1927 [blank]
7-21 Thode, Ernest. Address Book for Germanic Genealogy. 2 nd edition, Marietta, OH, 1979
7-34 Genealogy: address of genealogy institute in Montreal; photo of St. Julien [?] family portrait
7-37 Daughters of the American Revolution application form: December, 1989
    List of ancestors making Segura eligible for DAR
7-38 7the American Revolution: application form; newspaper clippings; Attakapas Chapter meeting program, 16 April 1992 [Pearl Mary Segura mentioned]; article about Grover Joseph Rees being member of Houston Bar Association for 75 years
8-04 Passenger list of vessel arriving in New Orleans from Spain, 11 May 1858 [facsimile]
8-05 “What Is a Coat of Arms?” Mrs. Marie Celeste R. Spiess, Opelousas, n.d. 1 p
    Plate of coats of arms for families Meitinger – Melgar, no source
8-25 Pedigree Charts – blank
9 vol.2 Primeaux, Elioi. The Descendants of Francois Primeaux and Justine Boudoin , n.d.
    handwritten  
9 vol.5 Genealogy: Segura allied families [Baranona, Bonin, Dugas, Gosserant, Guzman, Perret, Prados, Romero, Viator] and variant spellings
9 vol.6 Genealogy: [Segura and related families]
Box 16 Index: immigrants to Louisiana 1718 – 1719; ship arrived on – taken from Louisiana Historical Quarterly, 1930s
    3x5 cards arranged alphabetically by name of immigrant
See also Box 17
   
Libraries
6-64 “Annual Report - Secretary of State and State Librarian”, 1879
7-13 Columbia University School of Library Service, Syllabus for the Study of Reading Interests of Children, 1937, second edition
7-17 Morris, Emmet L. Exploring the Library, Wichita, 1938
7-19 Shores, Louis. Know your Encyclopedia, Chicago, 1937
7-20 Gaylord Brothers, How To Organize The Small Library, Stockton, 1934
7-22 Pratt, Adelene Jessup. Encyclopedias, How To Use and Evaluate Them, Chicago, 1933
7-31 “A literary book display of fashions… Catalog of Books To Be Modeled,” n.d.
    [handwritten]      
   
Louisiana History
6-65 “Baton Rouge, D'Artaguette” – Albrecht, Andrew O. “The Origin and Early Settlement of Baton Rouge.” Louisiana Historical Quarterly, v. 28, # 1 (Jan., 1945): 38-41, 58-68
6-70 The Golden Log, 1962: Boatright, Mody C., “The Petroleum Geologist: A Folk Image,” 58-72
6-71 “Governor Claiborne visits the Attakapas and finds a wife”, from Grover Rees, A Narrative History of Breaux Bridge: 21
6-72 “Grandpa with a stick”: Joseph Theolin Landry, His Ancestors and Descendants, Horma Pontiff Evans, 1980, 1–20, 108-109
6-73 Histoire de la Nouvelle-France, Marc Lescarbot, 1866: “Les Muses de la Nouvelle France,” 19-29; another edition 473-479
6-74 “History of Breaux Bridge”, Rees, Grover in Teche News, 1959; added notes, 1968
6-75 “Index to Spanish Judicial Records”, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, n.d.: 172 – 175: Antonio Barnabe vs. the de Merand Minors, 1 March 1773
6-79 “Livestock in old Southwest Louisiana”: list of Commissioners for unbranded Cattle of Lafayette Parish, appendix in student paper written by Keith P. Fontenot, n.d.
6-80 Louisiana Soldiers in the War of 1812, compiled by Marion John Bennett Pierson, Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society , 1963: 55-56, 70, 73, 107, 116
6-81 “Louisiana”; “Spain”: 3 articles, none clearly identified; 1 in French
6-82 The Machiavellian Madam of Basin Street & Other Tales of New Orleans, Edward Larocque Tinker, 1969: 7-11
6-85 “The Petite Anse Amateur”
6-87 Raphael De Luxembourg by Pierre Hamer, 1966: maps, 198-199, 250-251
6-88 “Register of St. Martinville” [church records]
6-89 Southwest Louisiana Records, v. 3. Donald Hebert: various pages; Protestant Cemetery register; other unidentified source
6-90 True Story of Acadians, Dudley LeBlanc: 65
6-91 Yankee Autumn in Acadiana, David C. Edmonds: scattered pages
7-35 Official Journal of the Louisiana House of Representatives, 1878 : 1 – 45 [typescript]
  Index to Land Claims, Opelousas: 6 Jan. 1842; Segura notes from U.S. Congressional documents, 1912 - 1932
7-36 Official Journal of the Louisiana House of Representatives, 1878: 46 - 109
7-40 Louisiana History: notes on Louisiana Territory; Louisiana events 1682 to 1724 and evolution of government; notes on “Louisiana in 1778” from Charles Theodore Middleton. System of Geography. London, 1778; “The Natchez Tribe and Their Massacre of the French,” Louisiana Historical Quarterly, v. 1, # 3 (8 Jan. 1918): 197 – 198; bibliography of archives in Mississippi and Louisiana [mainly Dunbar Rowland]
7-41 Louisiana French: notes
7-43 “Louisiana History”: notes - recorded history dates, 1519 -1803; Louisiana History review of William Arceneaux's book on Alfred Mouton
7-47 Governors of Louisiana, 1699 – 1900: names, dates of service; typed
7-48 Vermilionville: Louisiana Life article, 1990; map; typescript of advertisement for Lafayette College, established in Vermilionville, 1830
8-01 Battle of New Orleans: quotation from Scroggs, Willian O. The Story of Louisiana, New York, 1953: 235; handwritten
8-02 Republican: notice taken from New Iberia Enterprise denying that Ursin Nereaux voted Republican in last election, 18 Feb. 1885: p. 2 column 4; handwritten
8-03 Louisiana – schools - quotation about Jefferson College by René de Sennegy, 1877 [typescript]
8-4 Passenger list of vessels arriving in New Orleans
8-07 Louisiana - civil war: Story, Benjamin S. – entry from Booth; quotation about Sherman's redrawn map of Shiloh battle progression from Johnson and Buel, Battles and Leaders…; list of prisoners-of-war from 18th Louisiana who died at Camp Douglas, Illinois; volume index of Official Records; Lestage, Jr., H. Oscar. “The White League in Louisiana,” Louisiana Historical Quarterly, v. 18, # 3 July, 1935): 688-693
8-14 Louisiana forts: Fort St. Philip, from Louisiana, A Guide to the State. New York, 1941: 569
8-17 “Military Companies in New Orleans in 1724” Louisiana Historical Quarterly , v. 1, # 3 (Jan., 1917): 133-134
8-18 Las Islas Negras/La Isla Negra – quotations: source not clear; typescript; 3 pp
8-22 War of 1812; index notes to several publications
8-23 Music – notes; newspaper article
8-30 Horses, American: quotation about horses on plantations
9 vol.7 Churchill, C. Robert. Spanish-English War, 1779-1783 - incomplete typescript [3 ring binders, 8.5 x 11]
12 vol.1 history and families notes, A – D
    Loose: index to Louisiana topics in Mississippi Valley Historical Review , 1914-1959
12 vol.2 history and families notes, E - F
12 vol.3 history and families notes, G - H
13 vol.1 history and families notes, I - M
13 vol.2 history and families notes, M - S
13 vol.3 history and families notes, S - W
   
Louisiana - lands
7-42 American State Papers, Public Lands: index to some names ending in B, 2 pp; unidentified index, 1 p
7-44 Land Claims: unexplained notes; typescript of several items of correspondence of Levi Woodbury, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, 1840 – 1842 from U.S. Treasury Department, Doc. No. 33, 27th Congress, 2nd Session
7-45 New Iberia - land grants: quotation from Bullard, Hon. H., “Louisiana Historical Researchers,” DeBow's Commercial Review, v. 3, # 1 (Jan., 1847): 23 handwritten
7-46 Opelousas - land claims: notes from government documents, 1816 – 1880 handwritten
See also Box 17
   
Louisiana – records/sources/documents
7-39 “Colonial Records, 1716 – 1810,” Louisiana Archives Survey, v. 2, May, 1957: Chapter 3, article a, p. 9 1 p.
8-09 Election card Sam Jones Lafayette Parish Ticket, Ward 3 [1940]
    J.S. Segura candidate for Police Jury
8-21 Louisiana State University – manuscript holdings, n.d.
8-24 Courthouses: Historical Records Survey dates of records; 1958 report about automatic recording and microfilming of parish records
8-33 Correspondence between Gustave A. Breaux and E. L Stephens regarding Breaux's donations of books to SLII library; book plate
Box 14 Vermilion index, 1920s 3x5 slips of paper [most arranged alphabetically]
See also Box 17
   
Maps
7-32 Maps: Europe - Holland; Germany, some hand drawn or colored maps of France; pages from gazetteers; a few primary documents [passport, letter]
7-33 Maps: North America – Abbeville Quadrangle, USGS; Natchez Indian Village; Acadia; some bibliography cards
   
Organizations
8-26 Vermilion Historical Society: newsletter, 1981; rate charges; notes on meeting, 1983
8-27 State of Louisiana, appointed officials: organizational chart of Agriculture Department, 1889; letter from Governor in report of Commissioner of Agriculture, n .d.; inventory of military supplies, n.d [p. 2 only]
8-34 Attakapas Historical Association: report of nominating committee, 1 Dec. 1984
9 vol.1 France-Amérique de la Louisiane-Acadienne
    minutes: 6 February 1983 – 14 February 1993
9-01 France-Amérique de la Louisiane-Acadienne [loose items in v. 1]
    notice of meeting post cards: April, 1983 – March, 1994 [incomplete]
    notes regarding finances, 1989 [2 items]
    newspaper clippings about individuals [2 items]
    poem, 1984 note that memorial for Tom Arceneaux mailed to Mrs. Arceneaux
      [memorial placed in J 05 a, University Archives]
    program for les comédiens français, “Jean de la Lune”, 1971-72 season
9 vol.3 France-Amérique de la Louisiane-Acadienne
    Minutes, Jan., 1958 – May, 1977 {Pearl Mary Segura, secretary]
    Constitution, members, etc.
9-02 France-Amérique de la Louisiane-Acadienne [loose items in v. 3]
    Post cards and meeting announcements, 1974 – 1983 [very scattered]
    Meeting agenda [4 items]
    Financial report, 7 May 1972
    Correspondence, 1973-74 [3 items]
    Miscellaneous: text of songs; pledge of allegiance in French
    Clippings
    Items on other organizations: Institut de l'Alliance Francaise [Institute of French Studies]; program for 1 st Franco-American Conference, 1978 and 5 th conference, 1982; membership form for AFA - Assemblée des Franco-Americains [Association of Franco-Americans]
   
Segura Bibliographies
6-92 bibliography: Acadians Arriving in Louisiana: Segura trial bibliography with annotations; sources
6-93 bibliographies: “The Acadians in Fact and Fiction”; other bibliographies, 1 on Louisiana
6-94 bibliographies: “Acadians in Fact and Fiction,” several versions
6-95 newspaper clippings, miscellaneous
7-23 Louisiana , [bibliography, sources, notes]: “Acadians – Coats of Arms, Spain [handwritten]
7-24 Louisiana : Culture - Opelousas
7-25 Louisiana : Parishes – Wards
7-26 Louisiana : additional entries
   
Segura - translations
7-06 de Sennegy, Rene. Une Paroisse Louisianaise, translation by Pearl Mary Segura as A Louisiana Parish: 1 – 69; notes about author
7-07 pp. 70 – 144; index
7-08 General Archive of the Indies, Segura translation: 1 – 40 handwritten
7-09 General Archive of the Indies, Segura translation: 41 – 80 handwritten
7-10 10 General Archive of the Indies, Segura translation: scattered pages handwritten
7-11 General Archive of the Indies, Segura translation: 119 - 160
7-12 General Archive of the Indies, Segura translation: scattered pages handwritten
   
Miscellaneous
6-77 “La Societe francaise d'histoire d'outremer”, brochure
7-14 Henry, Jacques. review of Bayou by Chris Segura and George Rodrigue in Louisiane, no. 73, (Sept. – Oct, 1984): 6, translation by Pearl Mary Segura, handwritten
7-15 Les Itinerats Programme, n.d. [in French]
   
B. Personal files
8-11 List of Segura articles published in Attakapas Gazette
8-20 Louisiana Retired Teachers Association: 1988 memo
8-31 Poetry
    includes unpublished poems, Sept., 1968 – Oct., 1973, n.d: some on Louisiana native flowers
8-35 sympathy cards at death of Sidney Segura, Jr.
8-36 thank you notes; invitation: 1983-84; St. John Cathedral, Cathedral Notes , 16 Dec. 1984
8-37 Personal: miscellaneous
   
8-38 miscellaneous
    Handwritten notes on various subjects: reminders, appointments, bibliographic, etc.
    Notice concerning trip to Australia, [1988]
    Excerpts from poetry on certain topics
8-59 Baton Rouge, miscellaneous, 1940 – church newsletters
    Saint Anthony of Padua: The Paduan, 21 April 1940
    Church of St. Joseph: The Try, 9 June 1940
   
8-39 Biography: biographical information
    “Contemporary Attakapas Personality,” Attakapas Gazette , Fall, 1975 1 p
    Dictionary of International Biography entry, 1971
8-40 Medical Records, restricted due to SS #
8-41 Medical Records, restricted due to SS #
8-42 Medical Records, restricted due to SS #
   
8-43 Correspondence: personal letters, 1973-1980
    Includes genealogical information on Sommers family
8-44 Correspondence: business letters, 1955-1973
    Includes bibliography on Roark Bradford submitted for publication
   
16-01 LLA Committee: material related to LLA nominating committee work, 1949-50, included LLA membership list, 31 December 1949
16-02 LLA Committee: material related to LLA Special Committee on indexing of Louisiana magazines, 1949-57
16-03 Material related to The Acadians in Fact and Fiction , 1955-1959, correspondence, mainly about distribution
   
8-45 Materials from courses taken at LSU library school
    Class assignments: mainly from Classification and Cataloging, and Reference; notes; exercises; etc.
8-46 Materials from LSU library science courses
    Class exercises; course syllabi
8-47 Materials from LSU library science courses: mainly Classification and Cataloging and Reference
8-48 Miscellaneous materials from LSU library science school
    includes catalogs from Library Bureau Company
8-49 Material mainly from Administration course, LSU Library Science School
    includes “Statewide Library Project of Louisiana. Works Project Administration” brochure, n.d.
8-50 Material mainly from Book Selection course, LSU Library Science School
8-51 Notebook: School Library Administration, Summer, 1936
    mimeographed materials; handwritten notes
8-52 notebooks: summer 1936
    “Miscellaneous”: library science school schedule; mimeographed materials from Department of Health and Physical Education; LSU regulations for women residents, etc.
    “Children's Books and Library Work with Children” mimeographed material with handwritten notes
8-54 Notebook: Teaching the Use of Books and Libraries, Library Science 24b, Summer, 1936
    mainly handwritten notes; some mimeographed material
9 vol.4 notebook: various LSU library science classes especially Administration and Book Selection
10-01 Class notes and several papers, Library Service 276 [Children's Literature], Columbia University, Summer, 1939; pages removed from 3 ring notebook
10-02 mainly book reviews, LSU book selection course; handwritten
10-05 notes from library science courses
    Administration, Summer, 1941
    Reference
    Government publications, Summer, 1937
    High school classes
    Speech I
    Health Education
11-02 notes for Library Science courses [summer 1936]
     
8-56 LSU materials:
    Phone book, n.d.
    Program for Adult Education Conference, 16-17 June 1937
    Regulations for Women Residents, summer session, 1937
    Instructions for Making Room Reservations for the 1938 Summer Session, Office of the Dean of Women, Bulletin No. 20, 12 July 1937
    Dormitory Directory, 1940 Summer Session
    Regulations for Women Residents, summer session, 1941
   
10-03 mainly readings on accreditation agencies, summer, 1948
10-04 book reviews [probably for book selection course]
  Physical education program for junior and senior high school
  Notes for Classification and Cataloging course, Summer, 1940
  Book Selection
  Readers' Advisor Summer, 1941
  Book Selection, Summer, 1936
11-03 Spanish instruction; grade book, Fall, 1936
11-04 book reviews and explications on library publications; Spanish instruction, 1940s
   
11-01 high school class materials; stories of older women in area; 1 st art lecture; reading lists; etc., 1930s
8-57 Notebook, n.d. probably when working at Maurice High School library
8-58 Notebook: early 1940s when working at Stephens Memorial Library, SLI
    mainly bibliographic citations for humanities subjects; notes from Columbia University Library Service courses, 1942-43
   
8-53 Goodfellow, Raymond C. and Peter L. Agnew. Key-Driven Calculator Course , 2nd edition. Cincinnati, 1942 note: “started March 20, 1947”
   
8-55 Notebook: French, LSU Junior Division, J. S. Segura, Jr., n.d.
    “Au Clair de la Lune” in French and translation; explanation of terms
    [unclear with Pearl or J. S. Segura's]
   
   
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BOX 17
 
Genealogy: Trahan family: family tree
Census 1770: Etats des habitations de la Côte du bas du fleuve à commencer depuis l’habitation de Madame Vve Lachaise...[in French]
Plat introduced as evidence in suite # 334: Andre Martin et. al v Louis Veillon, et al, n.d.
  photostat
 
 
 
 

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