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City of Lafayette Photographs

Collection 111A

Lafayette, City of. Photographs

10 inches

This is an open-end collection of photographs of Lafayette and other locations in Lafayette Parish. Photographs are arranged in a classification scheme that orders the images by location, then by subject.


A. Photographs  
  1. Broussard 1-01
  2. Carencro 1-02
  3. Lafayette 1-03 through 2-02
  4. Youngsville 2-03
  5. Individuals 2-04 through 2-07
  6. Lafayette Parish Groups 2-08
  7. Lafayette Groups 2-09 through 2-11
  8. Lafayette Parish 2-12 through 2-14


Box 1    
1-01 Broussard: A1a28/2/-:
    Billeaud Sugar Refinery
1-02 Carencro: A1a28/3/-:
    Recreation: Evangeline Downs Race Track
1-03 Lafayette: A1a28/5-: Residences and Residential Districts
    Residences, Ala28/5/1
    Bendel Carriage House
    Bereaud House Lee Avenue and Barry
    Chargois, Richard
    Dunreath Street: house on
    Girard, M. Eloi
    Graser, John
    Hernandez, Paul House
    Hernandez, Paul
    Jeanmard, Lionel House
    Kraus, Paul
    Mouton, Alexandre
    Ile Copel
    Lafayette Street
    Roy house
    Sterling Street: house on
    Village Two Apartments
1-04 Lafayette: A1a28/5/1a: Residential Districts
    Buchanan Street
    Dunreath Street
    Johnston Street
    Southwestern Louisiana Institute
    Lafayette Street
1-05 Lafayette: A1a28/5/2: Businesses and Commercial Districts
    Masters-Olivier Building
    Automobile dealerships:
      Dan Chevrolet Company
      Hub City Ford
      Lafayette Motors
      First National Bank [See also: composite]
      First National Bank Towers
      Edwards, Edwin
      Bowen, Denneth
      First National Bank Branches
      Camellia Boulevard Branch
      Four Corners Branch
      Northgate Branch
      Oil Center Branch
      Simcoe Street Branch
      Southside Branch
      Guarantee bank
      Home Building and Loan
      Lafayette Building Association
1-06 Lafayette: A1a28/5/2: Businesses and Commercial Districts:
    Barber shops
      (Fernand Stude’s Grocery, Bar, Barbershop)
      Buckhorn Bar
      (Fernand) Stute’s Grocery, Bar, Barbershop)
      Sans Souci Bookstore
      Lightning Cleaners
    Feed Store
      Beadle’s Feed-Seed Store
      R.H. McFaddin Staple and Fancy Groceries
      (Fernand) Stute’s Grocery, Bar, Barbershop
      United Hardware
      Azalea Court
      Evangeline Hotel
      Gordon Hotel [See also: composite]
      Kraus Jewelry
      Lafayette Lumber
      Boustany’s Store
      Heymann’s Store
      Condoor Joseph Store
      Montgomery Ward
      J. H. Town Store
1-07 Lafayette: A1a28/5/2: Businesses and Commercial Districts:
      City Pharmacy
    Real Estate
      Mike Donlon Real Estate Office
      The Brown News
      Chag’s Country Club
      Dubernard Meat Market and Restaurant
      Dixie Autoleck
      Voorhies, Lucy Ruth
      Dixie Electric
      Hilton Refrigeration
      Jefferson Theatre [See also: composite]
      John Graser and Sons
      Jefferson Opera House
      Gordon Hotel
      First National Bank
1-08 Commercial Districts: A1a28/5/2a
    Jefferson Street
    Moss Pharmacy
    First National Bank
    Lafayette Building Association
    Gordon Hotel
    De Luxe Café
    City Hotel
    Long, Huey
    Evangeline Hotel
    Montgomery Ward
    Royal Theater
    Future Farmers of America
    City Pharmacy
    LAGCOE (Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil Exposition)
    Vermilion Street
    Vic’s Service Station
    Jack’s Coffee Shop
    Vine Street
    Evangeline Hotel
    Bus Station
1-09 Lafayette: Churches: A1a28/5/3
    Baptist: First Baptist Church
    Catholic: St. John’s
    St. John’s Cathedral
    Aerial view
    Cathedral School
    Lafayette High School [old]
    Lafayette Diocese Chancery Offices
    St. John Oak
    Live Oaks
    St. Paul’s
    Carmelite Monastery
    Most Holy Sacrament
    Composite: St. Mary’s Orphans’ Home
      Girls’ Pavilion
      Boys’ Pavilion
      Bishop House
    Methodist: First (United) Methodist
    Presbyterian: Buchanan St.
1-10 Lafayette: Schools: A1a28/5/4
    Lafayette Primary School
    Lafayette High School [old]
    Lafayette Middle School
      Aerial view
      Fire (new)
    Southside School
    Parade of Mt. Carmel students
    Southwest Louisiana Industrial Institute, n.d.
1-11 Lafayette: Industries: A1a28/5/6
    Attakapas Iron Works
    Cotton Seed Oil Mill and Ice Factory
    Gerac Cotton Gin
    HADACOL Plant
    Lafayette Broom Factory
    Lafayette Sash
    Lafayette Sugar Refinery
    People’s Ice Factory and Cotton Oil Mill
    Ironworks (3rd St. and Railroad Ave.)
1-12 Lafayette: Organizations: A1a28/5/7
    Masonic Temple
    Good Hope Home
1-13 Lafayette: Public Buildings: A1a28/5/8
    Lafayette City Hall
      Time capsule
    Lafayette Municipal Bus Terminal
    Lafayette Public Library
      Arceneaux, Lucille; Guidry; Montgomery, Sam
    Lafayette Public Swimming Pool
    Lafayette Parish Animal control Shelter
    Lafayette Parish Court House
    Lafayette parish Public Library
    Lafayette Parish Tourist Information Center
    United States Post Office
1-14 Lafayette: bridges: A1a28/5/9
    Pinhook Bridge
      Louisiana History – Civil War, 1861-1865
    Southern Pacific Bridge
1-15 Lafayette: transportation: A1a28/5/12
    Airplanes: Lafayette Flying Service
    Lafayette Municipal Airport
    Railroads: Southern Pacific Depot
      Southern Pacific Office Building
    Brown News Restaurant
    Aerial view
      Railroad yards
    Ships: Vermilion Queen
1-16 Lafayette: Hospitals: A1a28/5/13
    Charity Hospital
      Dalferes, A.W.
      Daily, O.J.
      Guilbeau, Eric
      Aerial view
    Lafayette General Hospital
    Lafayette Sanitarium
    Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
      Aerial view
    St. John Hospital
    Southwest Louisiana Rehabilitation Center
1-17 Lafayette: miscellaneous: A1a28/5/14
    Chargois Park and Swimming Pool
    Girard Park
    Race Track
    Southern Pacific Golf Course
    Statue: Alfred Mouton
1-18 Lafayette: aerial (arranged geographically): A1a28/5/aerial
      Johnston Street. (c. 1925)
      Southwestern Louisiana Institute [c. 1925]
      Cajun Field (1973)
      Lee Avenue [n.d.], [1960]
      Jefferson Street [n.d.]; [1960]
      Southside School [n.d.]
      Lafayette Parish Court House [n.d.]; [1960]; [1973]
      Federal Building [1960]
      St. John’s Cathedral [1973]
      Buchanan Street [1960]; [1973]
      First National Bank Tower [1973]
    Oil Center
      College St. [1955]; [1972]
      St. Mary Blvd. [1955]; [1972]
      Bendel Garden [1955]; [1972]
      Lafayette General Hospital [1972]
      Lafayette Municipal Auditorium [1973]
      Pinhook Road [1972]
    Southpark Industrial Park
      Bendel Garden (n.d.)
      Congress St. [1973)]
        Westwood Theater
      Four Corners Area (n.d.)
        Cameron Street
      Johnston Street and South College [1965]
      South College Shopping Center
      Winnwood Plaza
1-19 Lafayette: Centennial: A1a/28/-/14
    Parish Centennial, 1923
Box 2        
2-01 Lafayette: Geographic Feature not associated with streets: Ala/28/-/14
    Vermilion River (or Bayou)
2-02 Lafayette: Geographic Feature not associated with streets: Ala/28/-/14
      FFA Parade
      Mardi Gras
    Fairs and Festivals
      Southwest Louisiana Fair Association
2-03 Youngsville: A1a28/13/-
    Youngsville: residences: Ala28/13/1
      Overton Cade House
    Youngsville School: A1a28/13/4
    Youngsville: government: A1a28/13/8
        Youngsville, centennial celebrations
        E. C. Guillot
        O.C. (Dan) Guillot
        Mrs. Nedra Delatte
2-04 Individuals: A2a
    A – C
    Abdalla, Ed
    Adamson, Bob
    Sister Agnes
    Andrus, Dwight, Sr.
    Angers, Robert, Jr.
    Berry, Don “Red”
    Begnaud, Alfred E.
    Begnaud, L. Paul
    Bendel, Henri
    Bertrand, Richard
    Billeaud, Mr., Jr.
    Blanc, Alexis
    Blanc, Ernest
    Blanchet, Mayo
    Blanchet, Paul
    Broussard, A.P.
    Broussard, Manning “Pete”
    Burdin, J. J.
    Cailler, Leo
    Casteel, Robbie
    Chappuis, Richard
    Chargois, Louise
    Chatelain, E.J.
    Chenier, Clifton
    Clark, L. O.
    Commeaux, Walter S., Jr.
2-05 Individuals: A2a
    D – H
    Dalferes, A. Wilmot
    Daly, O. P.
    Davis, Paul
    Davis, Mrs. Paul
    DeBlanc, Bertrand
    Delhomme, Rene
    Denbo, Anna Margaret
    Derbest, Genevieve Salles
    Dunhon, Gilbert
    Elliott, Ralph
    Evans, T. L.
    Fournet, J. J.
    Frey, Bishop Gerald
    Gardner, Frank
    Gaudet, Mrs. H. M. (Norma Morris)
    Girard, M. Elio
    Girouard, Lloyd
    Gomez, Ron
    Gondron, Lee Roy
    Guilbeau, Nina
    Hamilton, C. E.
    Hebert, Gaston
    Hebert, Jay
    Heymann, Maurice
    Heymann, Mrs. Maurice
    Huval, Joe
2-06 Individuals: A2a
    I – P
    Jeanmard, Bishop Lionel
    Judice, Alcide
    Judice, Leo
    Lalanne, Cleone R.
    Lalanne, Edna M.
    Landry, Eugene
    Landry, Warren
    Lange, Gordon
    Latour, John
    LeBlanc, A.J.
    LeBlanc, Dudley
    LeBlanc, Lulu
    McNaspy, Clement J.
    Mann, Louis
    Martin, George Armand “Bedot”
    Menard, Mitzi J.
    Menard, Overton
    Michot, Louis J.
    Montet, Frank
    Montgomery, C. Thad
    Montgomery, Elisabeth [Mrs. C. Thad]
    Montgomery, William A.
    Mouton, Alexandre
    Mouton, Alfred
    Mouton, John S.
    Mouton, Marc
    Mouton, Robert
    Mouton, Sidney
    Mouton, Mrs. Sidney
    Parkerson, James H.
2-07 Individuals: A2a
    R – Z
    Roy, Maxim
    Salles, Heloise [Mrs. H. C. Salles]
    Saloom, Kaliste, Sr.
    Saloom, Kaliste, Jr.
    Sanders, Perry
    Schexnayder, Bishop Maurice
    Schroeder, Walter
    Shenaut, John
    Teurlings, Father
    Trahan, Gaboon
    Voorhies, Albert
    Voorhies, Cornelius, Sr.
    Voorhies, Dan
    Voorhies, Edward Gregory
    Voorhies, Felix
    Voorhies, Howard
    Voorhies, P.J., Sr.
    Voorhies, Sidney L.
    Young, D.S. “Shine”
2-08 Lafayette Parish groups: identified
    Lafayette Daily Advertiser staff
      Bradshaw, Jim
    Louis Armstrong Dance Band
      Armstrong, Louis
    Alfred Begnaud and Robert Kennon
      Begnaud, Alfred
      Kennon, Robert
    Kenneth Bowen family
      Bowen, Kenny
    A. Wilmot Dalfres and others
      Dalferes, A. Wilmot
      Huval, Joe
      LeBlanc, Oliver
      Montgomery, William A.
      Callahan, Tom
      Frazar, Lether
    DeBaillon Family
    Mike Donlon and F. Xavier Mouton
      Donlon, Mike
      Mouton, F. Xavier
    Hebert Brothers
      Hebert, Jay
      Hebert, Lionel
    Rex McCullough and Bill Huff
      Huff, Bill
      McCullough, Rex
    Joe Huval with Minnie Pearl
      Huval, Joe
      Pearl, Minnie
    Kennedy visit
      Boustany, Frem
      Domengeaux, Jerome
      Kennedy, Jacqueline
      Kennedy, John Fitzgerald
    Bill Landry Orchestra
    Lafayette Water Department
      Bajat, Charles
      Love, Jim
    Minstrel Show
      Foreman, J. Y.
      Ory, Sid
      Patin, George
    Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nehrbas
      Nehrbas, Frederick
      Nehrbas, Mrs. Frederick
    New Orleans Boosters [20 March 1930]
      Louviere, Larry
      Pears, Tom
    Sontag’s Band
    RIRAA Meet
      Chandler, Richard
      Landry, Walter
    United Confederate Veterans Reunion, Oct., 1929
    Young Brothers
      Young, Roy
      Young, Johnny
      Young, Rudolph
2-09 Lafayette groups
    Lafayette Arts Council
      Ardoin, James
      Brown, Mrs. Herman
      Dobie, Walter
      Moore, Troy
    Lafayette Chamber of Commerce
      Andrus, Dwight, Jr.
      Cox, Lee Bob
      Davis, Shelby
      Fincks, Edward C.
      Hebert, Henry
      Hutchison, John
      McGleason, Ed
      Monies, Martin
      Oliver, James
      Pears, Tom
      Syfan, Frank
    Lafayette Community Chest
      Boustany, Frem
      Davis, William
      Salmon, Granville
      Sterling, Alex
    Lafayette Kiwanis Club
      Couvillon, Murray
      Frey, Gerard
      Sanders, Perry
    Lafayette Parish School Board
      Guillot, O. D. (Dan)
      Bonnet, Stewart
      Bourque, Jerome
      Broussard, Jesse
      Dupuis, George
      Lastrapes, Dudley
    Rotary Boys Band
    Lafayette Boosters Farmers’ Dairy Tour
2-10 Lafayette: Groups: unidentified: A3b
    Cavalcade of America
    Hub City Ford
    Lafayette Service club (unidentified)
      Dalferes, A. Wilmot
    Louisiana Girls Going to Democratic Convention, 1928
2-11 Lafayette: Groups: subject: A3c
    Abdalla Christmas parade
      Abdalla, Harold
      Decour, Bob
      Gros, Leo
      Rickenbacker, Eddie
    Lafayette City Government
      Bowen, Kenny
      Cloninger, Marilyn
      Gimbrede, Margaret
      Guilbeau, Thomas
      Hyde, John
      Saloom, Kaliste, Jr.
      Last hanging in Lafayette Parish
    LeBlanc, Dudley and HADACOL
      Hoover, Herbert
      LeBlanc, Dudley
      Pearl, Minnie
      Romero, Caesar
      Vallee, Rudy
      Begnaud, P. Lee
      Durand, John
      Melancon, Clebert
      Melancon, Cyprien
      Ransanet, Leonce
      Ancelet, Barry
      Doucet, Michael
      McDonald, Bruce
      Richard, Kenneth
      Mental Health
        Brierre, Ted
        Covington, Shirley
        Lowe, Jewel
        Yongue, Ernest
    Group Honoring M. L. “Tigue” Moore
      Authement, Ray P.
      Bowen, Kenneth
      Foreman, J.Y.
      Moore, M. L. “Tigue”
2-12 Lafayette parish: subjects: A4
      Engine 474
      Engine “Sabine”
2-13 Lafayette Parish: subjects: A4
      Pinhook Bridge
      Landry’s Po-Boy Riverside Inn
      Breaux Bridge Highway
      Billeaud Sugar Mill
      Albert Street
2-14 Lafayette Parish: Subjects: A4
    Mardi Gras
    Parade: Abdalla Christmas Parade