Dupuy, P.A. ( - ). Collection, 1877-1879
2 volumes; 1 CD (148 Megabytes)
Paul Adonis Dupuy was a Civil War veteran who owned and operated the Dupuy dry-goods store on Main Street in New Iberia, Louisiana. His father, Paul Dupuy, at one time owned Jefferson Island as a plantation for oranges and cattle.
This collection consists of a daybook (1877-1879) and index (1877), digitized from the original manuscripts and formatted in PDF for user access. The daybook includes daily charge transactions from December 14, 1877 to February 18, 1879. The index may or may not be the index to the daybook in this collection, as a small sample of names and numbers could not be cross-referenced.
Terry Dupuy loaned the collection for digitization and donated the digital copies.
|Volume 1:||Daybook, 1877-1879|
|Volume 2:||Index to Daybook, 1877|