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Jane Ellen Carstens Papers

Collection 313

Carstens, Jane Ellen (1922-2011). Papers, 1947-2009, n.d.

13 feet; oversize

Jane Ellen Carstens was born on April 19, 1922 in New Iberia. She was the daughter of Charles John Carstens, Sr of Shreveport and Marie Blanchet Carstens of New Iberia. First graduating from New Iberia High School, she then received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from Southwest Louisiana Institute (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) in 1942. As a student, she was a member of the Red Jackets pep squad, a group still making its presence known at occasional UL Lafayette sporting events. After graduation she began her extensive teaching career at SLI. Over the years, she continued her education and received her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Library Science from Louisiana State University and Columbia University in New York City respectively. At Columbia University, she graduated magna cum laude.

Throughout her career, Dr. Carstens served on many committees and enjoyed memberships in numerous organizations associated with her profession. Most significant among these were her membership on the Newbery Award Committee, a panel chosen to evaluate new children’s literature. In 1986, she was honored as one of UL Lafayette’s outstanding alumni for her dedication and service to the University. She taught at the University for 52 years before retiring. After her retirement, she continued her dedication by maintaining a continuing presence in university matters and in the lives of her students.

She loved reading, traveling and visited many countries throughout her lifetime. She spent many summers teaching in Austin, Texas and working as a children’s librarian at the New York Public Library.

This collection consists of Dr. Carsten’s personal and working files. Her personal files include materials on education, church activities, her dissertation, and Greek organizations. Her working files include her work with and outside of UL Lafayette, committees, and programs. There are also books with topics ranging from libraries to music.

Series:

A. Personal Files
    1. Education 1-01 through 1-16
    2. Photographs 1-17 through 1-27
    3. Church 1-28 through 1-30
    4. Columbia News 1-31 through 1-33
    5. Personal Miscellaneous 1-34 through 1-44
    6. Dissertation 2-01 through 6-31
    7. Greek 7-01 through 7-06
B. Working Files
    1. Working Miscellaneous 7-07 through 7-16
    2. News Articles 7-17 through 7-23
    3. Committees 7-24 through 7-44
    4. Non-UL Lafayette Jobs 7-45 through 9-04
    5. USL/UL Lafayette 9-05 through 9-24
    6. Programs 9-25 through 9-32
C. Correspondence
    1. Regular 9-33 through 9-55
    2. Cards and Congratulations 10-01 through 10-06
D. Miscellaneous 10-07 through 10-32
E. Books  
    1. Miscellaneous 10-33 through 10-51
    2. Library 11-01 through 11-22
    3. Louisiana 11-23 through 11-25
    4. Education 11-26 through 11-30
    5. Theater/Music 11-31 through 11-38
    6. Media 11-39 through 12-09
F. Oversize Oversize
G. Artifacts Box 13

Inventory:

Box 1
  A. Personal Files
    1. Education
      1-01 LIS 382L.9 Daily, Summer 1989
      1-02 LIS 382L.9 Daily, Summer 1989
      1-03 LIS 382L.9 Daily, Summer 1989
      1-04 Workshops for Pura Professionals, 1985
      1-05 LSU Library Information Science Newsletter, Spring 1997
      1-06 LSU School of Library Info Science, 1981
      1-07 Library Information Booklets, 1964-1970
      1-08 Columbia Datebook, 1967
      1-09 Columbia University Booklets, 1968
      1-10 Columbia University Report, 1993-2001
      1-11 University Documents, April 1969
      1-12 New York Public Library Appendix, n.d.
      1-13 New York Public Library Documents, n.d.
      1-14 Columbia University, 1971
      1-15 Guide to Literary New York, 1980
      1-16 Indexes - Texas, n.d.
    2. Photographs
      1-17 Girl Scout Photographs, n.d.
      1-18 Photograph Albums, n.d.
      1-19 Photograph - Cajun Dome, n.d.
      1-20 Photographs, n.d.
      1-21 Photographs, n.d.
      1-22 Pictures from Hamilton, n.d.
      1-23 Jane Ellen Carstens Photographs, n.d.
      1-24 Newberry Committee Pictures, n.d.
      1-25 Polaroids, n.d.
      1-26 Pictures, n.d.
      1-27 Monsignor, Alexander O. Sigur, n.d.
    3. Church
      1-28 Assorted Church Notes, n.d.
      1-29 The Abbey Voice, 2001
      1-30 Henri Noowen, n.d.
    4. Columbia News
      1-31 Student Rebellion at Columbia, 8 May 1968
      1-32 Columbia University News, 28 May 1968
      1-33 Columbia University News, 1 May 1968
    5. Personal Miscellaneous
      1-34 Caldecott Items, n.d.
      1-35 Certificates, 1983
      1-36 Tribute to Francis Henn, n.d.
      1-37 Certificate of Appreciation, n.d.
      1-38 Tribute to Marc Breaux, n.d.
      1-39 Ancestor Research Analysis, n.d.
      1-40 Personal Certificates,3 May 1994
      1-41 Personal Retirement, 18 November 2009
      1-42 Letters of Reference, miscellaneous dates
         
Box 2
    6. Dissertation
      2-01 Account orders from Purchases John
      2-02 Accounts, Receipts
      2-03 Advertising, Sidney Babcock
      2-04 Agents
      2-05 Agents, Employees
      2-06 Appendix
      2-07 Authors, Copyrights, and Agreements
      2-08 Authors, Information, Checklist of Works
      2-09 Babcock Business
      2-10 Babcock, Charles
      2-11 Babcock, Elisha, American Mercury
      2-12 Babcock, Elisha, Printing, Publishing, Bookselling
      2-13 Babcock Family
      2-14 Babcock, H.
      2-15 Babcock, Henry L.
      2-16 Babcock, John
      2-17 Babcock, John, Sidney, W.R., Post Charleston Store
      2-18 Babcock, K Elisha
      2-19 Babcock Pubs-Chronological
      2-20 Babcock, Richard
      2-21 Babcock’s Summary Biography
      2-22 Babcock, Sidney
      2-23 Babcock, William R.
      2-24 Binding and Bookmarking, Hartford, New Haven
      2-25 Business Assets, Liabilities
      2-26 Business Policies and Practice
      2-27 By John
         
Box 3
      3-01 Charleston History
      3-02 Children’s Literature, Biographies
      3-03 Children’s Literature, English Studies
      3-04 Children’s Literature, History
      3-05 Columbia University Information
      3-06 Commerce, Trade
      3-07 Conclusions
      3-08 Cooke, Increase
      3-09 Correspondence Concerning Research
      3-10 Dissolutions, Mergers
      3-11 Dissertation Requirements
      3-12 Editions
      3-13 Employees, Apprentices, Clerks
      3-14 Exchanges
      3-15 Footnote Items Checked
      3-16 For Appendix
      3-17 Hartford University
      3-18 History Connecticut
      3-19 Hotchkiss Document
      3-20 Imaginative Literature Tables and Information
      3-21 Information on Barbaulds Him Cards and Printers Symbols
      3-22 Inventories
      3-23 J. Babcock and Son, Increase Cooke
      3-24 John Accounts
      3-25 List of Toys, Chops and Other, Under Form Chronological
      3-26 Imaginative Literature, Non-Fiction, Two Textbooks
      3-27 Meriwether, Marjaret Babcock, and Dr. James
      3-28 New Haven - History
      3-29 Non-Fiction - Tables and Information
      3-30 Notepad
         
Box 4
      4-01 Orders from Sydney
      4-02 Purchases and Exchange, Ink Type, Paper, Scaleboard, Rags
      4-03 Printing, Publishing, Bookselling - Connecticut
      4-04 Printing, Publishing, Costs
      4-05 Printing, Publishing, Bookselling - Hartford
      4-06 Printing, Publishing, Booksellers, Information, Checklist of Works
      4-07 Printing, Publishing, Bookselling - New Haven
      4-08 Printing, Publishing, Bookselling - New Orleans
      4-09 Printing, Publishing, Bookselling - U.S. Children’s Books
      4-10 Printing, Publishing, Bookselling - U.S.
      4-11 Printing, Publishing, Bookselling - U.S.
      4-12 Property
      4-13 Publishers, Printers, Bookselling, Exchanges, Agreements, Contracts
      4-14 Printing and Publishing - Charleston
      4-15 Printing by John
      4-16 Printing for John
      4-17 Purchases, Agreements, Information, Ink, Paper Rags Stationery
      4-18 Purchases, Miscellaneous
      4-19 Schoolbooks Tablets Information
      4-20 Subject Categories, About Works, Other Material
      4-21 South Carolina School Books
      4-22 Summary Tables
      4-23 Tables about Books - Not Used
      4-24 Textbook, Schools
      4-25 Toy Book List
      4-26 Transportation, Freight
      4-27 Webster Noah
      4-28 Working
         
Box 5
      5-01 Library Science, a Dissertation Bibliography
      5-02 Handbook of American Library Resources
      5-03 LA Governors Conference on Library and Information Services
      5-04 Faculty Biographical Sketches
      5-05 Materials in Various Libraries Unused
      5-06 Cutters Two Figure Author Table
      5-07 History of Library Cards
      5-08 Other Publishers
      5-09 Notes
      5-10 Library Information
      5-11 Bibliographies
      5-12 Dissertation Notes
      5-13 New York Tribune - The Titanic, 16 April 1912
         
Box 6
      6-01 Library Notes
      6-02 Sidney Babcock and Associates Dissertation
      6-03 Sidney Babcock and Associates Dissertation
      6-04 Sidney Babcock and Associates Dissertation
      6-05 Sidney Babcock and Associates Dissertation
      6-06 Sidney Babcock and Associates Dissertation
      6-07 Sidney Babcock and Associates Dissertation
      6-08 Sidney Babcock and Associates Dissertation
      6-09 History and Social Service Transparencies
      6-10 Class Material, Library Service 241, 1950
      6-11 USL History, 1911-1989
      6-12 Babcocks of Charleston
      6-13 Penguin Books Children Literature
      6-14 Notes
      6-15 James A. Silverman, Children’s Book Historian
      6-16 Folklore Questions
      6-17 Rane Brooks Seminar
      6-18 The Impact of Technology on the Library Building
      6-19 The Stechart Portfolio
      6-20 High School Libraries, Expanding Information Through Automation
      6-21 Papers Written
      6-22 Term Papers
      6-23 Essay on Use of Materials in Secondary School Library
      6-24 History of Libraries
      6-25 History of Libraries
      6-26 World Book, Critique of Articles
      6-27 LSU History of Books and Libraries
      6-28 History of Books
      6-29 Class Notes
      6-30 Mechanics
      6-31 Historical Children’s Book Collections, New York
         
Box 7
    7. Greek
      7-01 Greek News Paper, 15 March n.d
      7-02 11th Annual Banquet of Kappa Delta Pi, 1947
      7-03 Delta Kappa Gamma, 2005 Yearbook
      7-04 Delta Kappa Gamma Newsletters, 1998
      7-05 Phi Kappa Phi Forum, 2005
      7-06 Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 2000-2004
         
  B. Working Files
    1. Working Miscellaneous
      7-07 Goal Setting Sessions Education Formation,19 September 1984
      7-08 Reference Questions, n.d.
      7-09 John Newberry Medal Information, 1986
      7-10 Newberry Caldecott Award, 1955
      7-11 Selected Addresses of Edith Garland Dupré, 1964
      7-12 HAPI Behavioral Measurement Database Services, 1998
      7-13 School Forms-Vacation, n.d.
      7-14 University Senate Proposal, 1969 Columbia Rebellion
      7-15 Minutes: College of Education Alumni, 20 June 2001
      7-16 Jobs, Offers, and Applications, miscellaneus dates
    2. News Articles
      7-17 Daily Advertiser, 13 March 1994
      7-18 Daily Advertiser, 4 May 1980
      7-19 News Clippings, n.d
      7-20 Daily Advertiser, 1994
      7-21 Daily Advertiser, 1994
      7-22 Daily Advertiser, 9 April 1994
      7-23 News Release, 1 June 1992
    3. Committees
      7-24 College of Education, Academic Showcase, n.d.
      7-25 History of LA Library Association, 2001
      7-26 Louisiana Library Association Bulletin, Spring 1972
      7-27 College of Education “Outstanding Alumni Award 2004”
      7-28 Evaluation Forms LLA Committee, n.d.
      7-29 Committee Retirees, 1998
      7-30 Committee Retirees, n.d.
      7-31 Committee Retirees, 2001-2002
      7-32 College of Education, Golden Reunion, 2000
      7-33 Southeastern Library Association History, n.d.
      7-34 Southwestern Library Association History, n.d.
      7-35 College of Education Publicity, 12 August 1988
      7-36 College of Education, History of Departments, n.d.
      7-37 Honorary Baccalaureates, Fall 2004
      7-38 Louisiana Library Association Manual, August 1985
      7-39 Nancy Fontenot History, n.d.
      7-40 List of Reference Sources-Library, n.d.
      7-41 Lafayette Library Association, May 2009
      7-42 Lafayette Public Library Foundation, n.d.
      7-43 Visiting Committees Report, F.M. Hamilton Library, n.d.
      7-44 Nominations- Betty Lou Rontree, 27 May 1986
    4. Non-UL Lafayette Jobs
      7-45 Pennsylvania Online Curriculum Guide, n.d.
      7-46 AASL Workshop, 23 September 1986
      7-47 Access Pennsylvania, n.d.
      7-48 University of Minnesota Notes, 4 February 1982
         
Box 8
      8-01 Reference Interviews and Questions, n.d.
      8-02 Calcasieu Parish Library All-Staff Workshop, 30 April 1986
      8-03 State Library of Louisiana Information, n.d.
      8-04 Library Service in Louisiana Survey Summary, 1969
      8-05 Louisiana Historical Review, 1983
      8-06 Library Services in Louisiana, Educational Media in Libraries, Notes on Libraries, n.d.
      8-07 First Book of Information Science, 1973
      8-08 Felt Objects for Children, n.d.
      8-09 Journal of Education for Library and Information Sciences, 1990-1991
      8-10 Lake Charles Reference, Payment Information, April 1986
      8-11 Survey of Parish Libraries For Basic Reference Collection, 22 March 1986
      8-12 Class Material Window Shopping Through World of Books, n.d.
      8-13 Southside Hamilton, Lafayette History, 1900s
      8-14 Christine Foreman, “Reading is a Treasure”, n.d.
      8-15 F.M. Hamilton Faculty, n.d.
      8-16 F.M. Hamilton Reunion n.d.
      8-17 School Librarian Information, n.d.
      8-18 Handbook for Student Librarians, 1981
      8-19 Teacher Pool Criteria, 1993-1994
      8-20 Kids Library Drawing National Library Week: Part 1, 1987
      8-21 Kids Library Drawing National Library Week: Part 2, 1987
      8-22 Kids Library Drawing National Library Week: Part 3, 1987
      8-23 Kids Library Drawing National Library Week: Part 4, 1987
      8-24 Kids Library Drawing National Library Week: Part 5, 1987
      8-25 Library Class Work National Library Week: Part 1, 1987
      8-26 Library Class Work National Library Week: Part 2, 1987
      8-27 Library Class Work National Library Week: Part 3, 1987
      8-28 Library Class Work National Library Week: Part 4, 1987
      8-29 Library Class Work National Library Week: Part 5, 1987
      8-30 Guidelines for Library Media Programs in Louisiana Schools, January 2004
      8-31 ALA/NCATE Education for School Librarianship: Volume 60, No. 2, 1988
      8-32 Hamilton Reunion Luncheon, 1976
      8-33 Tentative Library Workshop Schedule of Events, 14 November 1987
      8-34 USL Spring Honors Convention Program, 29 March 1994
      8-35 Set of Questions - Literature, History, Indexes, n.d.
      8-36 New Book Media and Transparencies, 1984
      8-37 Introduction for Lecture on Library Collections, n.d.
      8-38 Puppetry for the Physically Disabled Child Booklet, n.d.
      8-39 USL Assorted Packets, 2003
      8-40 Original Art/Poetry, Late 1900s
      8-41 U.T. Austin: Part 1, 1976-1989
      8-42 U.T. Austin Miscellaneous, 1975-1984
      8-43 “Texas in Children’s Books”, 1974
      8-44 U.T. Austin’s Children’s Literature Originals: Part 1, 1970s-1980s
      8-45 U.T. Austin’s Children’s Literature Originals: Part 2, 1970s-1980s
      8-46 U.T. Austin’s Children’s Literature Originals: Part 3, 1970s-1980s
      8-47 U.T. Austin’s Children’s Literature Originals: Part 4, 1970s-1980s
      8-48 NCATE Team Report, 1977
      8-49 U.T. Austin: Part 2, 1976-1989
         
Box 9
      9-01 U.T. Austin: Part 3, 1976-1989
      9-02 U.T. Austin: Part 4, 1976-1989
      9-03 U.T. Austin: Part 5, 1976-1989
      9-04 U.T., Summer 1989
    5. USL/UL Lafayette
      9-05 Grades and Transcript, 1940s-1980s
      9-06 UL Lafayette 123rd Commencement Exercises, 15 December 2001
      9-07 Center for Louisiana Studies, 2005
      9-08 College of Education Academic Showcase, mid to late 1900s
      9-09 Personal UL Lafayette Outstanding Alumni Award, Carstens, 1986
      9-10 Identifying Target Audience, n.d.
      9-11 Life Writing ClassArticles, 2002
      9-12 College of Education Showcase: Centennial 1990s
      9-13 Life Writing Students (class) “My lifetime listens to you”, 2000
      9-14 Short Essays, n.d.
      9-15 USL School Notes, n.d.
      9-16 USL Instructional Resources in Education, November 1992
      9-17 Red Jackets UL Lafayette Reunion, 2004
      9-18 Rita Dishough School Work, 1985
      9-19 Library Science Course Description and Objectives, 1960s-1970s
      9-20 Library Workshop Schedule of Events, n.d.
      9-21 History and Social Science, 1985
      9-22 Indexes, n.d.
      9-23 Dictionaries, n.d.
      9-24 List of Basic Reference Sources, 1970s-1980s
    6. Programs
      9-25 2002 Priest Ordination Program
      9-26 Graduate Library Education Programs, March 1993
      9-27 UL Lafayette Outstanding AlumniProgram, 2007
      9-28 Newberry and Caldecott Awards Booklet, 1993
      9-29 Newberry-Caldecott-Wilder Awards Banquet, 1978, 1979, 1983
      9-30 American Business Women’s Association Heart of Acadiana Chapter, May 1981
      9-31 USL Distinguished Professor Awards Banquet, 1998
      9-32 Newberry/Caldecott Award, 20 July 1976
         
  C. Correspondence
    1. Regular
      9-33 Correspondence, 1980s-2000s
      9-34 Ambassade de France, 21 May 1976
      9-35 Award Blue Key Alumni Faculty Excellence, 1990
      9-36 Notes on Bibliographies - Frances Henne, 1970s
      9-37 References Workshop Lake Charles, April 1985
      9-38 Correspondence, re: Poe and Goodstone, 1990, 1991
      9-39 Article and Correspondence - Claire Huchet Bishop, 1949, 1960
      9-40 Committee - LLA Culvor Award Center, 1987
      9-41 USL Correspondence, 1933
      9-42 Correspondence, 1977
      9-43 Correspondence, 2003
      9-44 Correspondence, 1966
      9-45 Letters of Reference, 1980s
      9-46 From Jane Ellen Carstens, n.d.
      9-47 Educational Block Grant, 1982-1983
      9-48 Correspondence, 1970s-1980s
      9-49 Correspondence, 1975
      9-50 Correspondence - Weston Woods Studios, 1986
      9-51 Correspondence - Congratulations, 1994
      9-52 Correspondence, 1900s
      9-53 Columbia DLS, 1960s-1970s
      9-54 Correspondence - USL, 1950s-1960s
      9-55 USL - Correspondence, 1900s
         
Box 10
    2. Cards and Congratulations
      10-01 Fifty Year Celebration, 7 April 1992
      10-02 Assorted Cards, Spring 1970
      10-03 Assorted Cards, Spring 1970
      10-04 Retirement - Cards/Letters, November 1993
      10-05 Congratulations Cards, Spring 1970
      10-06 Assorted Cards, Spring 1970
         
  D. Miscellaneous
      10-07 Warm-Up Ice Breakers, n.d.
      10-08 Nick the Swamp Dog, n.d.
      10-09 Edith Garland Dupré Alma Mater, 1901-1944
      10-10 Homemade Calendar, 2003
      10-11 Handouts - General Reference Questions, n.d.
      10-12 Library Reference, n.d.
      10-13 Non-Book Media Notes, n.d.
      10-14 Various Literature, n.d.
      10-15 Library Ready Reference, n.d.
      10-16 “Solving the Collection Developmental Puzzle”, 23 April 1998
      10-17 List of Library Reference Sources, n.d.
      10-18 Master for Questions List (Interview), n.d.
      10-19 Questions for Interview, n.d.
      10-20 Questions and Answers for Interview, n.d.
      10-21 Survey Needs Library Adult Services, n.d.
      10-22 LA Materials Library Notecards, n.d.
      10-23 Other Library Handouts, n.d.
      10-24 Marcia Brown Information: Part 1, n.d.
      10-25 Workshop Reference Introduction to Libraries, n.d.
      10-26 Original Reference Questions, n.d.
      10-27 Questions Not Used, n.d.
      10-28 Questions to Distribute at End, n.d.
      10-29 Marcia Brown Information: Part 2, n.d.
      10-30 Boggs Lindy (Review of Books), n.d.
      10-31 Notecards, n.d.
      10-32 Illustrations - Authors Unknown, n.d.
         
  E. Books
    1. Miscellaneous
      10-33 Sheet Music - Various Orchestras, n.d.
      10-34 “Return Home”, by Courtney Ramsay, n.d.
      10-35 Poems, by Caroline Chretien, n.d.
      10-36 Christmas Carols in French, n.d.
      10-37 Louisiana Field Guide, n.d.
      10-38 “Images of Lafayette” Sketches, n.d.
      10-39 Typewriting Technique Books, 1942
      10-40 Book: Exile Volume 4, 1959
      10-41 Fantastic Fantasy - Handwritten Stories, n.d.
      10-42 Storytelling with Origami, n.d.
      10-43 Schultz, Cantate Domino Canticum Novum, n.d.
      10-44 Sheet Music - Various, n.d.
      10-45 “General Lee and Santa Claus”, 1867
      10-46 Children’s Classic, 1960
      10-47 Bataan Death March Survivor: Veterans’ History Project, 2002
      10-48 General Lee and Santa Claus Article, 1867
      10-49 Poetry for the Young Adult, n.d.
      10-50 Fact Books Transparencies Trivia, n.d.
      10-51 Alexander Anderson’s Life and Engravings - Jane R. Pomeroy, 1990
         
Box 11
    2. Library
      11-01 Freedom and Communications, by Dan Lacy
      11-02 I Read I See I Hear I Learn, by American Library Association
      11-03 Opportunities in Library and Information Science, by Kathleen Heim and Peggy Sullivan
      11-04 Librarianship and Publishing, by Syracuse University School of Library Science
      11-05 Journal of Education for Librarianship: Volume 23, No. 1, by The Association of American Library Schools
      11-06 Projecting a Positive Image Through Public Relations, by Cosette Kies
      11-07 The Second Kind of Knowledge, by Luella Snyder
      11-08 Frontiers of Library Service for Youth by Columbia University (NY, NY)
      11-09 Integrating Library Instruction With Classroom Teaching at Plainview Junior High School, by Elsa Berner
      11-10 Talking Books: Pioneering and Beyond by National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
      11-11 The United Nations Library: Its Origin and Developing, by Doris Cruger Dale
      11-12 Using Books and Libraries Fifth Edition, by Ella V. Aldrich
      11-13 Permanence/Durability of the Book, by W.J. Barrow Research Laboratory
      11-14 Permanence/Durability of the Book II, by W.J. Barrow Research Laboratory
      11-15 Permanence/Durability of the Book III, by W.J. Barrow Research Laboratory
      11-16 Columbia University School of Library Science Centennial Alumni Directory
      11-17 School Media Quarterly: Volume 4, No. 3, Journal of the American Association of School Librarians, Spring 1976
      11-18 A Puppet Corner in Every Library, by Nancy Renfro
      11-19 Millions of Books: The Story of Your Library, by Marshall McClintock
      11-20 Library Public Relations: A Practical Handbook, by Mona Garvey
      11-21 The Education of School Librarians, by Ruth Ersted
      11-22 The Library of Congress, by Gene Gurney
    3. Louisiana
      11-23 Poems de Louisiane, by Claire Decker
      11-24 A Guide: Historic Shreveport, by A Shreveport Journal Book
      11-25 Louisiana Folklife: A Guide to the State by Louisiana Folklife Program
    4. Education
      11-26 Five Hundred Years of Printing, by S.H. Steinberg
      11-27 Elementary and Secondary Education Indicators in Brief, by Office of Educational - Research and Improvement, 1987
      11-28 First Lessons: A Report on Elementary Education in America, by William J. Bennett
      11-29 Caps for Sale, by Esphyr Slobodkina
      11-30 A Parent’s Guide to Children’s Reading (4th Edition), by Nancy Larrick
    5. Theater/Music
      11-31 Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana Chorus Score by Belwin Mills Publising Corporation
      11-32 Giuseppe Verdi: La Traviata, by Belwin Mills Publishing Corporation
      11-33 Stabat Mater, by Gioacchino Rossini
      11-34 Johann Sebastian Bach Cantana No. 140, by Belwin Mills Publishing Corporation
      11-35 The Mount of Olives An Oratorio, by L. Van Beethoven
      11-36 Magnificat, by Johann Sebastian Bach
      11-37 Fauré Requiem, by Hinshaw Music
      11-38 Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot
    6. Media
      11-39 Instruction in School Media Center Use, by American Library Association
      11-40 Guide to Microcomputers, by Franz J. Frederick
      11-41 Who Needs Computers Anyway?, by Matt Groening
         
Box 12
      VHS
      12-01 Poetry: Photographs Illustrating Poems Lind Parker, UT, Summer 1989
        Storytelling with Origami: Alice Hallman, UT
      12-02 National Children’s Book Week Activities, Katharine Drexel Box Containing Film Rolls,November 1989
        Media Programs for Individual Schools NEA/ALA
        Focus on Change NEA
         
      Cassettes
      12-03 1 Fantasy Transparency for 6th Grade
      12-04 Drexel Book Week-Book Talks by Children, November 1987
      12-05 Library Science 313, Administration Librarians Discussing Jobs, Preparations
      12-06 Library Science 313, Administration Panel of Librarians from Hospital, School, Public, University Libraries
      12-07 Two Librarians Talk to Teachers A. Izard and E. Cawthorne,National Language Arts Conference,New York, April 1972
      12-08 Little White Duck Song
      12-09 The Trumpet Club Authors on Tape: Stan and Jan Berenstain
         
  F. Oversize
      1. The Lafayette Public Library Foundation Establishment of Named Book Endowment in honor of Dr. Jane Ellen Carstens, 2008
      2. Photofolio, 1976
      3. Scrapbook for Lafayette Public Library
      4. Scrapbook of Personal Letters to Dr. Jane Ellen Carstens
      5. Scrapbook for Jane Ellen Carstens, Essae M. Culver Award-Louisiana Library Association, 1987
      6. Certificate Appointing Dr. Jane Ellen Carstens as a Member on the Advisory Committee on Educational Block Grants, 1982
         
Box 13
  G. Artifacts
      13-01 Woman Puppet
      13-02 Raccoon Puppet
      13-03 “Make Mine $5 Million” Magnet
      13-04 Caps for Sale: Assorted Colored Caps
      13-05 USL College of Education Distinguished Achievement Centennial Recognition Medal, 1998
      13-06 Essae M. Culver Award, 1987
      13-07 NSA Appreciation Award, 1965-1966
      13-08 Teacher Appreciation Plaque
      13-09 S.G.A. Advisor of the Year Plaque, 1991-1992
      13-10 USL Secretary Appreciation Certificate, 1989-1991
      13-11 Kappa Delta Pi Outstanding Service Certificate, 1986
      13-12 Blue Key Alumni Faculty Excellence Award Plaque, 1990
      13-13 UL Lafayette Alumni COE Chapter Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Leadership
      13-14 COR AD COR LOQUITUR Plaque
      13-15 USL Outstanding Teacher Plaque, 1994
      13-16 Point of Excellence Award: Kappa Delta Pi Plaque
      13-17 Paper Bookmark with wooden cross-attached to it