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Mary Alice Pearson Collection

Collection 541

Pearson, Mary Alice ( – ). Collection, 1968–2002, n.d.

2.5 inches; oversize

This collection contains materials reflecting the Aime and Grevemberg families. Valcour Aime in particular was a successful sugar planter from the 1800s based in St. James Parish. His plantation home was known as “Le Petit Versailles.”

Mary Alice Pearson of Temple, Georgia donated this collection.


Box 1
1-01 Essay: “The Plantation Mansion and Estate of Valcour Aime, St. James Parish, or A Brief Discussion of the Historical and Architectural Aspects of the Plantation Known as the St. James Refinery,” by R. P. Martin, Jr., May 1968
1-02 Daughters of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1989, 1994, 2002
1-03 United Daughters of the Confederacy Membership Application, 1996
1-04 Genealogical Information on the Grevemberg Family (in Louisiana), Compiled and Translated by Francis Bartholomew Grevemberg, n.d.
49-07 Articles on Valcour Aime, The Times-Picayune, 15 December 1974, 11 May 1975