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Glenn R. Conrad Papers

Collection 260

Conrad, Glenn R. (1932-2003). Papers, 1767-2003, n.d.

24 feet

Biographical/Historical Note

Glenn Conrad was born September 3, 1932 in New Iberia, La. He received a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University (1953), and a Master of Arts in History (1959). During his career, he served first as an editor for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He later taught history at Southern State Colorado and the University of Southwestern Louisiana (1958-1991). From 1973-1993, Conrad served as the director of the Center of Louisiana Studies at USL in Lafayette, La. In addition to serving on the board of directors for the Attakapas Historical Association and the Louisiana Historical Association, he served as secretary-treasurer for the LHA and edited its journal, Louisiana History. He served as chairman of the state review committee of the National Register of Historic Places and was a member of the Southern Historical Association, French Historical Society, Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Commission, New Iberia Bicentennial of the Founding, New Iberia Sesquicentennial of Incorporation, and the New Iberia Historic District Commission. He participated in various collaborative projects to further the history and preservation of Louisiana and its culture, such as the Women in Louisiana Collection, the State Historical Marker Program, the Historical Dramatization Project, the Acadiana Documentation Project, the Montpellier Colloquium, Acadian Village, the Louisiana Colonial Records Project, the U.S. Oral History Project, the Plaquemines Parish Project, the Historic Districts Commission, the Vermilionville Project, the St. Martin Parish Project, and the Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial celebration in 2003. He served as the town historian for New Iberia, La. which resulted in his collection of genealogical information and photographs on New Iberia families, as well as the creation of numerous essays on New Iberia history.

He authored and edited numerous books including French Louisiana: A Commemoration of the French Revolution Bicentennial (1989), Land Records of the Attakapas District (1990), The Attakapas Doomsday Book: Land Grants, Claims, & Confirmations in the Attakapas District, 1764-1826 (1990), The Road to Louisiana: The Saint Domingue Refugees, 1792-1809 (1992), Cross, Crozier, & Crucible: A Volume Celebrating the Bicentennial of a Catholic Diocese in La, 1793-1993 (1993), Crevasse! The 1927 Flood in Acadiana (1994), White Gold: A Brief History of the Louisiana Sugar Industry (1995), Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Series in Louisiana History, and The French Experience in Louisiana (1995).

Conrad received various honors including: Distinguished Professor at USL (1978), Daughters of the American Revolution Medal of Honor (1984), the Louisiana Preservation Alliance Education Award (1984), the Historic New Orleans Collection Manuscript Award (1992), Outstanding Civic Service Award from the Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce (1993), the McGinty Lifetime Meritorious Service Award for contributions to Louisiana’s history and heritage (1995), Fellow of the Louisiana Historical Association (1999), Humanist of the Year Award from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (2001), and he was inducted into the Acadian Museum as a “Living Legend” (2003).

Conrad died June 4, 2003 in New Iberia after a lengthy illness.

Scope and Content

This collection spans from 1767 to 2003, with the bulk of the material between 1970 and 2000. The collection includes Conrad’s professional correspondence (1971-1993), travel vouchers, awards, essays, research notes, manuscripts, biographical sketches, student evaluations, conference material, and collection of books, journal articles, and newspapers. His correspondence is with various local, state, and national organizations including CODOFIL, the Louisiana Historical Association, the Attakapas Historical Association, the Louisiana Heritage Foundation, the Louisiana Heritage Congress, the Louisiana Cultural Exchange Program, Louisiana Preservation Alliance, the Jefferson Historical Society of Louisiana, the Historical Association of Central Louisiana, the Southwest Louisiana Geophysical Society, the Lafayette Genealogical Society, the Dept. of Culture, Tourism, and Recreation, the German and Acadian Coast Historical and Genealogical Society, the French Colonial Historical Society, the Mississippi Historical Society, the Southern Council on Francophone Studies, the Social Science Association, the Society of the War of 1812, the Southern Historical Association, the Bouligny Foundation, and the Pioneer America Society. Conrad’s essays pertain primarily to the history of New Iberia and the Attakapas District. The New Iberia series contains various early estate records, essays, maps, and photos of these areas along with a substantial amount of Conrad’s correspondence on related projects, programs, and biographical sketches. The Louisiana Historical Association series contains a substantial amount of material including administrative documents, correspondence, the Book of Readings Project, and publication records of the Louisiana History Journal. The collection also contains manuscripts on Huey P. Long’s impeachment, biographies on various individuals, the Horn Island Case, France’s settlement of Louisiana and the Illinois Country, documents on the USL History Series, and administrative and financial records for the Center for Louisiana Studies.

Conrad’s personal papers are in Collection 260A.

Note: Box 41 is RESTRICTED.

Series:

I. Correspondence 1-01 thru 7-11
II. CODOFIL 7-12 thru 7-14
III. Women in Louisiana Collection 8-01 thru 8-04
IV. Louisiana History and Preservation
1. Organizations 8-05 thru 8-23
2. Programs and Projects 9-01 thru 9-15
3. Alsatian Immigration to Louisiana 10-01 thru 10-11
4. Louisiana History 10a-01 thru 10c-08
5. Books, Newspapers, & Journals 10c-09 thru 10-d
V. Attakapas District 11-01 thru 11-13
VI. Attakapas Historical Assn. 11-14 thru 11-15
VII. Societies and Foundations 12-01 thru 12-14
VIII. Louisiana Historical Association
1. Administration 12-15 thru 13-06
2. Correspondence 13-07 thru 15-27
3. Book of Readings 16-01 thru 16-10
4. Miscellaneous 16-11 thru 17-01
5. Publications 17-01 thru 17-05
IX. New Iberia
1. General Information 17-06 thru 17-13
2. History 17-14 thru 19-10
3. Celebrations 19-11 thru 19-15
4. Historic Districts Commission 20-01 thru 20-08
5. Correspondence & Biographical Sketches 20-09 thru 23-12
X. St. Martin Parish 23-13 thru 23-22
XI. Sugar Exhibit 24-01 thru 25-04
XII. Shadows on the Teche 25-05 thru 26-02
XIII. Vermilionville Project 26-03 thru 26-06
XIV. Live Oak Gardens 26-07 thru 26-08
XV. Oak Tree Project 27-01 thru 27-03
XVI. Carl Brasseaux 27-04 thru 27-14
XVII. Genealogy 28-01 thru 28-03
XVIII. Journals/Journal Articles 28-04 thru 28-07
XIX. USL
1. Printing 28-08
2. Fund-raising 28-09
3. USL History Series 28-10 thru 28-12
4. Students & Faculty 29-01 thru 29-05
XX. Center for Louisiana Studies
1. Administration 29-06 thru 29-11
2. Financial 29-12 thru 30-04
XXI. Travel 30-05 thru 30-06
XXII. Conferences 30-07 thru 30-08
XXIII. Wilkins 31-01 thru 31-16
XXIV. St. Genevieve 32-01 thru 32-05
XXV. History of Individuals & States 32-06 thru 32-14
XXVI. French History 33-01 thru 34-09
XXVII. Illinois Country 34-10 thru 34-12
XXVIII. Horn Island 34-13 thru 34-16
XXIX. Huey Long 35-01 thru 35-02
XXX. Bicentennial 35-07 thru 36-03
XXXI. Conrad miscellaneous 36-04 thru Box 42

Inventory:

I. Correspondence (1971-1998)

Box 1
1-01 Correspondence-A’s (1972-1987)
1-02 Allain, Mathé (1973-1986)
1-03 Dr. Ray Authement (1973-1988)
1-04 Correspondence-B’s (1973-1979)
1-05 Correspondence-B’s (1980-1985)
1-06 Correspondence-B’s (1986-1988)
1-07 Beerman, Eric C. (1976-1982)
1-08 Bernard, Shane K. (1993)
-includes correspondence & research agreement
1-09 Bodin, George (Monsignor) (1974)
1-10 Broussard, Elwood J. (1976-1986)
1-11 Bush, Robert D. (1979-1980)
1-12 Correspondence-C’s (1973-1979)
1-13 Correspondence-C’s (1980-1985)

Box 2
2-01 Chaillot, Jane B. (1986-1989)
2-02 Chandler, Richard (1975-1984)
2-03 Chauvin, Hypolite (1978-1979)
-includes genealogy information
2-04 Christ, C.J. (1976-1977)
-includes news clippings
2-05 Coker, William S. (1974-1982)
2-06 Cook, James W. (1977-1978)
2-07 Cornevin, Robert (1978-1979)
2-08 Cosper, Sammie W. (1974-1989)
2-09 Cummins, Light T. (1977-1980)
-includes history essays, guide to manuscript collections
2-10 Cuismano, Richard C. (Dean) (1982-1988)
2-11 Correspondence-D’s (1973-1981)
2-12 Correspondence-D’s (1982-1988)
2-13 Daigle, Jean [Université de Moncton] (1976-1981)
2-14 Debien, Gabriel (1980-1983)
2-15 Desbiens, Albert (1974)
2-16 Dorman, James H. (1981)
-includes manuscript by Dorman
Box 3
3-01 Correspondence-E’s (1971-1988)
3-02 Ellis, Al [Moran Industries Inc.] (1976)
3-03 Esman, Marjorie (1981-1984)
3-04 Correspondence-F’s (1973-1986)
3-05 Correspondence-F’s (1987-1997)
3-06 Foret, Michael James (1978-1988)
3-07 Fruge, Judge J. Cleveland (1975-1976)
3-08 Correspondence-G’s (1971-1987)
3-09 Guidry, Sherwin (1982-1983)
3-10 Correspondence-H’s (1973-1981)
3-11 Correspondence-H’s (1981-1988)
3-12 Heaney, Sister Jane Francis (1983)

Box 4
4-01 Correspondence-J’s (1974-1990)
4-02 James, J. Carlton (1984)
4-03 Correspondence-K’s (1974-1987)
4-04 Killman, Grady William (1974-1975)
4-05 Correspondence-L’s (1972-1980)
4-06 Correspondence-L’s (1981-1991)
4-07 Lachance, Paul (1981-1982)
-includes manuscript by Lachance
4-08 Correspondence-M’s (1973-1979)
4-09 Correspondence-M’s (1980-1984)
4-10 Correspondence-M’s (1985-1999)
4-11 Martin, Kay (1986)

Box 5
5-01 Messner, William F. (1977)
-includes publisher’s contract
5-02 Montgomery, Flossie (1989-1990)
5-03 Moran, Robert E. (Southern University) (1973-1977)
5-04 Murphy, Sister Angelina (1982-1983)
-includes manuscript by Murphy
5-05 Correspondence-N’s (1974-1998)
5-06 Normand, Craig T. (1991)
-includes resume & manuscript by Norman
5-07 Correspondence-O’s (1974-1986)
5-08 Correspondence-P’s (1973-1996)
5-09 Pinsel, Jerry - Strawberry Jam (1981-1984)
-includes Statement of Need for Children’s Center for Louisiana Folklife Studies; booklet of recipes
5-10 Correspondence-R’s (1973-1988)
5-11 Reinhardt, Steven G. (1984)
5-12 Russell, Sister Lois (1978-1982)
5-13 Correspondence-S’s (1973-1980)
5-14 Correspondence-S’s (1981-1998)

Box 6
6-01 Saparito, Donald (1977-1985)
6-02 Scarpaci, Jean (1976-1977)
6-03 Simpson, Amos (1975-1980)
6-04 St. Martin, Allen (1975-1978)
6-05 Correspondence-T’s (1973-1988)
6-06 Tate, Judge Albert (1978-1985)
-includes copy of baptismal certificate & journal article
6-07 Testerman, Jack D. (1973-1979)
6-08 Theriot, Wayne (1979-1984)
6-09 Correspondence-U’s (1975-1988)
6-10 Correspondence-V’s (1973-1984)
6-11 Vincens, Simone (1981)
-includes manuscript
6-12 Correspondence-W’s (1973-1982)

Box 7
7-01 Correspondence-W’s (1983-1988)
7-02 Wade, Michael (1981-1987)
-includes brochure, vita & resume for Wade, application, example of work
7-03 Wagner, Frederick W. (1977)
7-04 Walker, Wallace S. (1976)
-includes news clippings
7-05 Wall, Bennett H. (1977-1984)
7-06 Washington, Edwin B. (1979-1982)
-includes correspondence, manuscript, & genealogy
7-07 Wilson, Samuel Jr. (1977-1993)
-includes news clippings & brochures
7-08 Correspondence-Y’s (1974-1982)
7-09 Correspondence-Z’s (1976-1984)
7-10 “Thank You” letters & Cards (1973-1980)
7-11 “Thank You” letters & Cards (1981-1986)

II. CODOFIL (1973-2000)
7-12 Correspondence (1973-2000)
7-13 Exhibitions (1975-1976)
-includes itineraries, correspondence, business cards, press release, notes
7-14 Applications & Contracts (1983)
-includes vitas for graduate students from French universities pursuing research on Louisiana subjects

III. Women in Louisiana Collection (1975-1980, n.d.)

Box 8
8-01 Correspondence (1975-1985)
8-02 Newspaper Clippings (1977-1978)
8-03 Annual Reports (1978-1980)
8-04 History (n.d.)

IV. Louisiana History and Preservation (1843-2003)

1. Subseries-Organizations (1974-2003, n.d.)
8-05 Louisiana Cultural Exchange Program (1988)
-includes announcement & memo from State of LA on the program
8-06 Acadian Village (1974)
-includes correspondence & list of committee members
8-07 Louisiana Heritage Congress (1987)
-includes correspondence, registration forms, memo, travel voucher
8-08 Louisiana Preservation Alliance (1983-1986)
-includes correspondence & meeting minutes
8-09 Louisiana Historical Records Advisory Board (n.d.)
-includes manual of suggested practices State Historical Records Coordinators & Advisory Boards
8-10 State Historical Records Advisory Board (1975-1977)
8-11 National Register (1977-1988)
8-12 Louisiana Heritage Foundation (1984)
-includes correspondence & member list
8-13 Historic Preservation (1974-1975)
-includes news clippings on Allen Daigre, Edwin Edwards, and others; report from Lafayette Historic Preservation Steering Committee on organizing preservation efforts in Lafayette, La.
-includes staff rejections, correspondence, minutes, agenda
8-14 Dept. of Culture, Tourism, & Recreation (2003)
8-15 Jefferson Historical Society of Louisiana (1984-1985)
-includes correspondence & newsletter
8-16 Lafayette Genealogical Society (1996)
-includes photo of Conrad (1996);Des Memoires de Lafayette, Vol. 10
8-17 Friends of the Cabildo (1976-1978)
8-18 Center for Acadian & Creole Folklore ((1979-1981)
8-19 Center for French Colonial Studies (1992)
8-20 State Review Committee (1978)
8-21 Louisiana Historical Genealogical Society (1980)
8-22 Historical Assn. of Central Louisiana (1988)
-includes speech by Conrad on Elizabeth McClundie Bolton
8-23 Southwest Louisiana Geophysical Society (1974-1976)
-includes correspondence & awards for Conrad

2. Subseries-Programs & Projects (1843-1985)

Box 9
9-01 Cajun Crossroads (1986)
-includes correspondence, pamphlets, news clippings, essays concerning the “Cajun Project.”
9-02 Cote Blanch Productions (1985)
9-03 Spanish Borderlands (1980-1981)
-includes correspondence, bank statement, reports
9-04 Historical Dramatization Project (1978-1979)
9-05 State Historical Marker Program (1981-1984)
-includes correspondence, notes, copies of news clippings & La. Maps
9-06 National Register of Historic Places (n.d.)
-list of historic sites in La, registration forms to apply for a historic site
9-07 Historical Markers (1972-1985)
-includes book on how to complete national register forms, pamphlets on New Iberia Historical Marker presentation, ceremony agenda, speech by Conrad, correspondence, list of historic sites in La, notes
9-08 Acadiana Documentation Project (1843-1977)
-includes real property tax report (1977), The Daily Iberian (1976), correspondence, essays by Conrad, marriage contract from St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church 1843), reprints of articles from New Iberia Enterprise & Weekly Iberian, scripts & agendas for Lafayette Bicentennial Program, research notes, census information, flyer for exhibit at Dupré Library, flyer for Society of American Archivists, program for Bilingual Historical Marker Program
9-09 Plaquemines Parish Project (1979)
9-10 Louisiana Colonial Records Project (n.d.)
9-11 U.S. Oral History Project (1981)
9-12 Folklore & Folklife Program (1973-1974)
-includes Colonial Records Collection, Folklore & Folklife Program—reports
9-13 Evangeline Movie (1929)
9-14 TBS Productions (1983)
9-15 La. History Timelines (1997-1998)

3. Subseries-Alsatian Immigration to Louisiana (1753-1979)

Box 10
10-01 German-American Heritage (1983)
10-02 Alsatian Immigration (1753-1765)
10-03 Alsatian Immigration (1973-1975)
10-04 Forsyth, Alice: Pest Ships (1969)
-includes correspondence, list of German Pest Ships, table of contents
10-05 German Coast (1775-1979)
10-06 The German Coast: Landowners & Slaves (1795-1810)
10-07 Giraud: “German Emigration (1981-1982)
10-08 Frisian Descent (1981)
-includes correspondence, articles, essays
10-09 Photocopy Requests (1966)
-concerning information on German Coast
10-10 Les Voyageurs
-includes genealogical publication, essays by Conrad
10-11 German & Acadian Coast Historical & Genealogical Society (1981)

4. Subseries-Louisiana History (1716-1986, n.d.)

Box 10a
10a-01 Acadian History – Essays & Articles (1974-1979)
10a-02 Census (1766-1789)
10a-03 Courthouse Survey (1977)
10a-04 Eparilles aux Quatre Vents, Dispersion et Migration des Acadians (1755-1809)
10a-05 Jean Béranger: Memoir on Louisiana (1697-1722)
10a-06 Washington, La (1978)
10a-07 “The Acadians, A Rebel Breed?” (1974)
10a-08 Ethnic & Racial Weave of Louisiana (1992-1994)
10a-09 Acadians in Acadiana (1985-1986)
10a-10 Spanish American War (n.d.)
-includes photocopies of primary documents on Company C--the first Louisiana volunteer Infantry
10a-11 History of La (1974-1995)
10a-12 Emigration Forcee: A French Attempt to Populate La (1716-1720)
10a-13 The La Colonials (1980)
10a-14 Officials of Colonial La (1669-1769)

Box 10b
10b-01 Jefferson Island (1979)
10b-02 “Patterns of Intermarriage in late Spanish & Early … New Orleans” (1980)
10b-03 “Bernardo de Galvez in Louisiana” (1980)
10b-04 Battle of New Orleans Commemorations (1840-1981)
10b-05 New Orleans Free Blacks (1850)
10b-06 Natchitoches Symposium (1982)
10b-07 Potpourri Francais: Varieties of French Settlers in Louisiana (1981-1982)
10b-08 Potpourri Francais: The Culture of South Louisiana (n.d.)
10b-09 Why Louisiana? (n.d.)
10b-10 Francis Lemaire: Memoir on La (n.d.)
10b-11 “Echoes of Glory: Commemorations of the Battle of New Orleans” (1981)
10b-12 Dauterive Hospital (1995)
10b-13 “Goodbye to Main Street” (1991)
10b-14 Keynote Address: “Greenfields: 200 years of Louisiana Sugar” (1981)
10b-15 McIlhenny (1896-1986)
10b-16 St. John the Baptist Church Records-Edgard, La. (1741-1778)

Box 10c
10c-01 Louisiana Police Jury (1976)
10c-02 Tregle, Joseph G. (1987)
10c-03 Turner, Edward D. (1994-1995)
10c-04 Miscellaneous (1949-1975)
-includes note cards, floppy disc titled “Hargroder”, “The Civil War” pamphlet, lists of libraries & addresses
10c-05 Reapportionment (2001)
10c-06 Levy House (Tauzin), Natchitoches (1972)
10c-07 Antebellum Agriculture & Related items (1958-1984)
10c-08 Catholicism in La. (1987)

5. Subseries-Books, Newspapers, & Journals (1947-1994)
10c-09 Architecture Booklets (1977-1987)
10c-10 Revue de Louisiane (1980-1983)
10c-11 Booklets on La History (1947-1982)
10c-12 Newspapers (1975-1994)
10c-13 Revue d’histoire de l’amerique francaise (1974)
-includes annual conference programs, correspondence
10c-14 Revue d’histoire de l’amerique francaise (1975)
-includes annual conference programs
Box 10d
-Louisiana Tapestry: The Ethnic Weave of St. Landry Parish (1983)
-includes cassette tape, slides (with text description)
-A Man and an Island: In Search of Jim Bowie, by Chistie Hardy (1997)
-Nationalists Need No Home: From James White to Edward Douglass White, by William D. Reeves (1998)

V. Attakapas District (1804-1994)

Box 11
11-01 Attakapas & St. Martin – Slave Sales (1804-1818)
11-02 Attakapas District Census (1810-1820)
11-03 Slave Sales: Anglos to Acadians (1804-1818)
11-04 Slave Sales: Acadians to Acadians (1804-1818)
11-05 Slave Sales: Creoles to Acadians (1804-1818)
11-06 Slave Sales: St. Mary Parish (1808-1818)
11-07 St. Mary Index – Unrefined (n.d.)
11-08 Attakapas District--Photos from space (1974-1989)
-includes correspondence, notes, geological survey data, photo id forms; all concern photos of Attakapas District taken by Skylab
11-09 The Material Culture of the Attakapas District (1994)
11-10 Attakapas District-Land Records (1984-1985)
11-11 Land Sales (1804-1818)
11-12 Land Transactions: St. Martin (1804-1818)
11-13 Slave Sales (1804-1818)

VI. Attakapas Historical Association (1968-1979)
11-14 Bank Statements (1968-1969)
11-15 Bank Statements (1970-1973)

VII. Societies and Foundations (1974-1996)

Box 12
12-01 French Colonial Historical Society (1978-1985)
-includes correspondence & newsletter
12-02 Pioneer America Society (1984)
-includes correspondence, meeting agendas
12-03 Mississippi Historical Society (1980-1982)
-includes correspondence & colonial history sources
12-04 Society of the War of 1812 (1981)
-includes correspondence
12-05 Southern Council on Francophone Studies (1983)
-includes correspondence
12-06 Social Science Association (1981)
-includes correspondence & session agenda
12-07 Division of Archaeology & Preservation (1981)
12-08 National Historical Publications & Records Commission (1998)
12-09 La Societe Historique de Quebec (1974)
12-10 Montpellier Colloquium (1987-1989)
-includes correspondence, newsletter, & agendas on celebration of French Revolution
12-11 Southern Historical Assn (1974-1985)
-includes correspondence, cards memos, draft proposal
12-12 Bouligny Foundation--Newsletters (1979-1980)
12-13 Bouligny Foundation --Correspondence (1980-1981)
12-14 Historical Society of Penn. (1991-1996)

VIII. Louisiana Historical Association [LHA] (1958-1998)

1. Subseries—Administration (1958-1998)
12-15 Bylaws & Constitution (1958-1979)
12-16 Annual Meetings (1974-1980)
-includes correspondence, reports, list of past presidents, banquet menu, fax
12-17 Budget Reports (1978)
12-18 Publications Committee (1974-1978)
-includes agendas, reports, minutes, correspondence journal cover
12-19 Board of Directors (1976)
-includes minutes & correspondence

Box 13
13-01 Ad Hoc Committee (1981)
-includes correspondence & agenda
13-02 Miscellaneous Committees (1977-1978)
-minutes, correspondence, list of committee members
13-03 Scholarship Committee (1984)
-includes correspondence & reports
13-04 Program (1975-1976)
-includes memos, agenda, bicentennial pamphlet, correspondence
13-05 LHA Photos (n.d.)
13-06 LHA Misc (1978-1987)
-includes booklets, brochures, dues notice, guidelines for program committee, correspondence

2. Subseries—Correspondence (1938-1984)
13-07 Correspondence-A’s (1973-1984)
13-08 Correspondence-B’s (1973-1987)
13-09 Correspondence-C’s (1973-1987)
13-10 Cook, Phil (1974-1979)
13-11 Crafts people (n.d.)
13-12 Crisler, Robert M. (1975-1978)
13-13 Cullison, Bill (1977-1978)
13-14 LHA: Correspondence-D’s (1973-1987)

Box 14
14-01 LHA: Correspondence-E’s (1974-1983)
14-02 Eakin, Sue L. (1975-1978)
14-03 Ellis, Al (1974-1978)
14-04 LHA: Correspondence-F’s (1976-1983)
14-05 LHA: Correspondence-G’s (1973-1984)
14-06 LHA: Correspondence-H’s (1973-1982)
14-07 Herbert, A. Otis (1973-1974)
14-08 Holmes, Jack D.L. (1976-1980)
14-09 Huber, Leonard V. (1977-1984)
14-10 Humphreys, Hubert (1973-1984)
14-11 LHA: Correspondence-I’s (1974-1980)
14-12 LHA: Correspondence-J’s (1974-1984)
14-13 Jackson, Joy (1977-1978)
14-14 Johnson, Dudley (1973-1974)
14-15 LHA: Index (1984-1985)
14-16 LHA: Correspondence-K’s (1973-1984)
14-17 King, Norman D. (Colonel) (1938-1972)
14-18 LHA: Correspondence-L’s (1973-1984)
14-19 Lemieux, Donald J. (1978-1987)
14-20 Loos, John (1974-1976)
14-21 LHA: Correspondence-M’s (1973-1984)

Box 15
15-01 LHA: Correspondence-Mc’s (1973-1984)
15-02 McIlheny-Dormon Controversy (1977)
-includes memo & correspondence
15-03 McMinn, Mary (1973-1974)
15-04 Medical Article Picture Requests (1975)
15-05 Melrose Controversy (Mills) (1973-1976)
15-06 Memorial Hall Foundation (1983)
-includes correspondence, bylaws, articles of incorporation
15-07 Mitchell, Virgil L. (1973-1975)
15-08 Moran Colorgraphic Inc. (1982-1984)
15-09 LHA: Correspondence-N’s (1975-1976)
15-10 LHA: Correspondence-O’s (1973-1976)
15-11 O’Neill, Father Charles E., S.J. (1974-1975)
15-12 LHA: Correspondence-P’s (1973-1984)
15-13 Peoples, Morgan (1975-1977)
15-14 Picture Letters (1974-1975)
-includes correspondence, list of presidents, banquet schedule
15-15 LHA: Correspondence-R’s (1973-1984)
15-16 Reeves, Sally K. Evans (1980)
15-17 LHA: Correspondence-S’s (1973-1984)
15-18 Savoy, Theresa (1977-1978)
15-19 LHA: Correspondence-T’s (1973-1984)
15-20 Taylor, Joe Gray (1973-1978)
15-21 Thompson, William Y. (1977-1983)
15-22 Tregle, Joe (1973-1978)
15-23 LHA: Correspondence-U’s (1974-1978)
15-24 LHA: Correspondence-V’s (1974-1978)
15-25 LHA: Correspondence-W’s (1973-1984)
15-26 Wall, Bennett H. (1974-1983)
15-27 Watson, Thomas (1973-1984)

3. Subseries -- Book of Readings (1974-1978)

Box 16
16-01 Articles to be Considered (1975)
16-02 Bookstore Orders (1977-1978)
16-03 LHA Book of Readings – Correspondence: A-M (1974-1978)
16-04 LHA Book of Readings – Correspondence: N-Z (1974-1978)
16-05 Expenses, Estimates, Price Quotations (1978)
16-06 Notes & Memos (1974-1977)
16-07 Selected Items & Contents (1978)
16-08 Bids on Louisiana History (1983)
16-09 Reprint of Louisiana History (1960-1986)
16-10 Book of Readings – Cover Design (1978)

4. Subseries -- Miscellaneous (1833-1991, n.d.)
16-11 Release for Photographs (1988-1989)
16-12 LSU Press Conference (1975-1984)
-includes correspondence
16-13 Permissions: Use of Louisiana History Articles (1977-1978)
16-14 Projects & Proposals (1973)
-includes correspondence, short essay, booklet
16-15 Photos (n.d.)

Box 17
17-01 Humanities Self Study (NEH-CAT) (1833-1991)
-includes intern information sheets, newsletter, correspondence, cards, agendas, articles, itinerary, staff & advisory lists, news clippings

5. Subseries--Publications (1978-1983)
17-02 Publications Committee-Annual Report (1979-1983)
17-03 Publications Committee-Brown Prize (1983)
17-04 Publication Costs – Louisiana History (1978)
17-05 Louisiana History Journal (1967-1995)
-includes LHJ editions

IX. New Iberia (1779-2002)

1. Subseries—General Information (1850-1982)
17-06 New Iberia – General Information (1869-1978)
-includes correspondence, lists of officials, 1974 Sugar Cane Festival program, facts & traditions
17-07 New Iberia Census (1850-1880)
17-08 New Iberia Photos (n.d.)
17-09 Essay Contest (1976-1985)
-includes blank certificates, permission to publish forms, correspondence, receipts, photos/negatives
17-10 Robert L. Brown & Williams Prize (1974-1977)
17-11 New Iberia – Center Publications (1980)
-includes purchase requisitions, correspondence, receipts
17-12 St. Martin Parish Project (1980-1982)
-includes correspondence, “National Endowment of the Humanities Local Studies Program, Letter of Intent, “The Development of Manuscript History of St. Martin Parish, Louisiana”
17-13 Home Rule Charter Commission (1982)

2. Subseries—History (1834-1979)
17-14 Notes on New Iberia (1919-1921)
-includes transcripts of New Iberia Enterprise (1919-1921)

Box 17A
New Iberia: Essays on the Town & its People: prepublication book sales
-includes Langenscheidt’s German-English Dictionary

Box 18
18-01 New Iberia; Spanish years (1975)
-includes essays by Conrad
18-02 New Iberia: The Spanish Years (Revision) (n.d.)
Essays-New Iberia History (1976)
-includes The Daily Iberian Bicentennial Special (1976), essays, photocopies of original manuscripts
18-03 Essays-New Iberia History (1978)
18-04 Essays-New Iberia History (1978)
-includes essays on New Iberia during time period 1960-1980
18-05 New Iberia-Random Recollections (1884-1978)
-includes essays by Conrad & transcripts of The Daily Picayune (1884)
18-06 New Iberia-Yellow Fever Epidemic: 1867-1906 (1978)
18-07 United Confederate Veterans/Camp #1788 – New Iberia (1913-1978)
18-08 Flood of 1927 – Teche Country (1927-1993)
-includes news clippings, essays, transcripts of New Iberia Enterprise (1927)
18-09 Obituary of William Weeks (1978)
-includes essay by Conrad
18-10 New Iberia – Conrad Rice Mill (n.d.)
18-11 New Iberia – Post Civil War Economy (1972)
18-12 New Iberia – Retail Advertising (1876-1976)
18-13 New Iberia – History of Banks (1978)
18-14 New Iberia – Education (1978)
18-15 New Iberia – History of Post Office (1898-1978)
-includes memos, essays, newspaper, correspondence
18-16 New Orleans Daily Picayune - Courthouse Incident (1884)
18-17 New Iberia – The Electric Railway (1900-1962)
18-18 Daily Picayune-New Iberia Civil War (1873)
-includes notes & transcript of The Daily Picayune 1873

Box 19
19-01 New Iberia – Fire (1870-1978)
19-02 Iberia Parish (1849-1850)
19-03 New Iberia – Entertainment (1978)
19-04 New Iberia – 19th-20th Century Physicians (1834-1944)
19-05 New Iberia – History of the Iron Horse (1972)
19-06 New Iberia – History of the Library (1978)
19-07 Iberia Parish – Discovery of Oil (1903-1917)
19-08 New Iberia – Calvalcade (1979)
19-09 New Iberia – Industry & Commerce (1967)
19-10 Southwestern Traction & Power Company (1912-1913)
-includes train schedules, announcements, rules & regulations, rates; photocopies of 1851; estate maps of Iberia Parish

3. Subseries—Celebrations (1974-1989)
19-11 New Iberia – Celebration (1989); New Iberia – program, CODOFIL, Iberia parish Chapter, The Attakapas Historical Association, The Center for Louisiana Studies, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette: Donors of the Plaques; Historical marker Presentation.
[Note: autographed by Edwin Edwards.]
19-12 New Iberia – Centennial Celebration (1876-1978)
19-13 New Iberia Bicentennial (1979)
-includes bids, estimates, cost breakdown, logos, negatives, correspondence, packing slips, receipts
19-14 New Iberia Bicentennial (1974-1979)
-includes correspondence meeting minutes of Steering Committee, news clippings, newsletter, brochures
19-15 New Iberia – Christian Brothers (1916-1918)

4. Subseries—Historic Districts Commission (1994-2002)
20-01 New Iberia Historic Districts Commission - Minutes (1994)
-includes meeting minutes, correspondence, rules of procedure, agendas, procedural handbook, ordinances, proceedings, guidelines for local government program
20-02 Historic Structures: New Iberia (1994)
-includes correspondence, agenda, list of historic structures
20-03 Banner Adoption Project (1994)
-includes correspondence, ordinances, pamphlet, La Tax Incentives booklet
20-04 New Iberia Historic Districts Commission - Application (1994)
20-05 New Iberia Historic Districts Commission -Correspondence (1994)
-includes correspondence, memos, fax
20-06 New Iberia Historic Districts Commission – Map (1994)
20-07 New Iberia Historic Districts Commission – Photos (n.d.)
20-08 New Iberia Historic District Commission – Bills & Ordinances (2000-2002)
-includes brochures, bills & ordinances, proceedings, agenda, memos

5. Subseries—Correspondence & Biographical Sketches (1978-1979)
20-09 New Iberia – Correspondence (1978)
20-10 Family names – Index cards
20-11 Angers (1978)
20-12 Armentor, Minos (1978)
20-13 Arnandez (1978)
20-14 Ashey, Edwin (1979)
20-15 Barrow (1978)
20-16 Berard (n.d.)
20-17 Bergerie (1978)
20-18 Bernard, Aristide (1978)
20-19 Bernard, Arthur (n.d.)
20-20 Bertrand (1978)
20-21 Blanchet (n.d.)
20-22 Bonin (1979)
20-23 Boutte (1979)
20-24 Beyt, Dr. J.L. (1979)
20-25 Broussard, Camille (n.d.)
20-26 Broussard, Cecil (1979)
20-27 Broussard, Edwin (1978-1979)
20-28 Broussard, Dr. L.O. (1979)
20-29 Brown (1978-1979)
20-30 Burke (1978-1979)
20-31 Burns, J. Patout (1979)
20-32 Caffrey (1978)
20-33 Carstens (1978)

Box 21
21-01 Catsulis, Gust (1979)
21-02 Colgin (1978-1979)
21-03 Compton (1978)
21-04 Conrad (1978)
21-05 Courrege (1979)
21-06 Daigre (1978-1979)
21-07 Dauterive (1979)
21-08 De Blanc (1978)
21-09 Decuir (n.d.)
21-10 Decuir-Thibodeaux-Mixon (1979)
21-11 Derouen, Marcel (1979)
21-12 Dietlein (1978)
21-13 Disch (n.d.)
21-14 Dorsey (1978)
21-15 Dugas, J.D. (n.d.)
21-16 Duhe (1978)
21-17 Dupuy (1978-1979)
21-18 Estorge (1978)
21-19 Etie (n.d.)
21-20 Fisher (1978-1979)
21-21 Fleming, Arthur (1979)
21-22 Folse (1978)
21-23 Fox, Beldon (1978-1979)
21-24 Gall-Pharr (1979-1980)
21-25 Gates (1960-1978)
21-26 Gibbens (1979)
21-27 Gonsoulin (1978)
21-28 Guidry, Horace (1979)
21-29 Guillot (1978)
21-30 Hebert (n.d.)
21-31 Hebert, Clyde (1979)
21-32 Hebert, Joy H. (1979)
21-33 Herpeche (1978)
21-34 Hilliard (n.d.)
21-35 Hone (1978)
21-36 Indest (1978)
21-37 Jefferson (1978)
21-38 Johnson, Robert E. (1978)
21-39 King, Marjorie Lyles (1979)
21-40 Koche (1978)
21-41 Kramer (1978)
21-42 Labauve (1979)
21-43 Lallande (1979)
21-44 Lamperez (1978-1979)

Box 22
22-01 Landry (1978-1979)
22-02 La Salle (1978-1979)
22-03 LeBlanc (1978)
22-04 LeBlanc, Orres (1979)
22-05 Lemaire (1978-1979)
22-06 Lopresto, Alex (1975-1979)
22-07 Marsh, Jonas (n.d.)
22-08 Martin (1978)
22-09 Maumus (1978-1979)
22-10 Mestayer (1978)
22-11 Mestayer, Clarenee (1979)
22-12 Miguez (1979)
22-13 Miranda, Robert (1979)
22-14 Mullins, Ray (1979)
22-15 Musso, Robert (1979)
22-16 Musson (1979)
22-17 Oubre, Melvin (1979)
22-18 Patout (1978)
22-19 Pellerin (n.d.)
22-20 Pesson (1978)
22-21 Plaisance, Emile (1978)
22-22 Porché, Donald (1978-1979)
22-23 Porter (n.d.)
22-24 Raphael, Morris (1979)
22-25 Regard (1979)
22-26 Renoudet (n.d.)
22-27 Rey, Davis (1979)
22-28 Reynaud (1978-1979)
22-29 Riggs (1978)
22-30 Romero (1979)
22-31 Roy, Leon (1979)
22-32 Sagrera, Douglas (1979)
22-33 Scharff (1978)
22-34 Schwing (1979)
22-35 Sealy (1978-1979)
22-36 Segura, Wiltz (1978-1979)
22-37 Shaw (1978-1979)
22-38 Shea, Edward Jr. (1979)
22-39 Simon (1978-1979)
22-40 Smith, Bob E. (1979)
22-41 Smith, Henry (1978-1979)
22-42 Sorrel (1978-1979)
22-43 Southwell (1979)
22-44 Stine-French (1979)
22-45 Swaim (1979-1982)
22-46 Thibodeaux, J.P. & Lloyd (1979)

Box 23
23-01 Trappey (1978)
23-02 Trotter (1978-1979)
23-03 Tucker, Knowles (1979)
23-04 Voorhies, Paul (1978-1979)
23-05 Wattigny, Gerald Jr. (1979)
23-06 Wattigny, Jerry (1978-1979)
23-07 Weeks (1978)
23-08 White, John T. (n.d.)
23-09 White, Sam (1978-1979)
23-10 Winters (1979)
23-11 Wolcott (1979)
23-12 Wyche-Peebles (1930-1979)

X. St. Martin Parish (1798-1993)
23-13 Overview (1987)
23-14 Demography (1987)
23-15 Livelihoods (1987)
23-16 Black Heritage (1987)
23-17 Leisure (1987)
23-18 Articles & Essay (1983)
23-19 History of St. Martin Parish- Heritage
23-20 Early Estate Records of St. Martin Parish (1993)
23-21 St. Martin Parish Maps (1798-1810)
23-22 St. Martinville (1845-1996)
-includes articles, list of estates & wills in St. Martin Parish, marriage index, 1810 Census

XI. Sugar Exhibit (1951-1982)

Box 24
24-01 Deposits (1980)
-includes deposit sheets & correspondence
24-02 Purchase Requisitions (1980-1981)
24-03 Travel Requests (1979-1981)
24-04 Disbursements (1979-1981)
24-05 Requests for Funding (1979-1980)
-includes correspondence, prospectus, travel requests, list of sponsors
24-06 Parish/County Agents (1980)
-includes list of agents & correspondence
24-07 Invitations to Opening (1980)
-includes correspondence & guest list
24-08 Manuscripts (1980)
24-09 Photos (1979-1980)
-includes photos, purchase requisitions, correspondence, receipts
24-10 Publicity (1980-1980)
-includes news clippings
24-11 National Agricultural Library Booking (1951-1982)
-includes news clippings, correspondence newsletter, booklets, receipts, pamphlets

Box 25
25-01 Sugar Exhibit – Correspondence to Co-sponsors (1979-1980)
25-02 Sugar Exhibit – Catalog Correspondence (1979-1980)
25-03 Sugar Collection (1981)
-includes receipts & loan of material
25-04 Sugar League Literature (1979-1980)

XII. Shadows on the Teche (1973-1993)
25-05 Council Agendas (1984-1988)
25-06 Director’s Report (1984)
25-07 Director’s Report (1985-1988)
25-08 Minutes (1985-1991)
25-09 General (1991-1993)
25-10 Correspondence (1973-1988)
-includes grant application form & donation form

Box 26
26-01 National Trust for Historic Preservation (1983-1986)
-includes 1983 Annual Report, Benefit Auction, correspondence, statements of revenues & expenses, director’s report
26-02 26-02 National Trust for Historic Preservation (1987-1988)
-includes correspondence, program plans, newsletter, charter, list of members

XIII. Vermilionville Project (1988-1992)
26-03 Vermilionville Project - Miscellaneous (1988-1990)
-includes mission statement, history, report, general information, list of Historical Steering Committee, brochures, news clippings
26-04 Correspondence & Memos (1988-1992)
26-05 Minutes/Agendas (1989-1991)
26-06 Reports (1991-1992)

XIV. Live Oak Gardens (1978-1993)
26-07 Meeting Minutes (1978-1993)
-includes correspondence, news clippings, memos, minutes, bylaws
26-08 Miscellaneous (1992)
-includes correspondence, photos, newspaper, memos, pamphlets, budget/financial sheets

XV. Oak Tree Project (1989-2000)

Box 27
27-01 Maps, Measurements, Background (1989-2000)
27-02 Essays (1990)
27-03 2nd Century Oaks (2000)

XVI. Carl Brasseaux (1974-1994)
27-04 Vitae (1974)
27-05 Grant Applications (1991)
27-06 Instructor Documents (1991)
27-07 Essays (1991)
27-08 News Releases, Agendas, Brochures (1991)
27-09 Journal Articles (1978-1991)
27-10 News Clippings (1991)
27-11 Correspondence (1980-1991)
27-12 Correspondence (1991-1994)
27-13 Cards (1991)
27-14 Applications for Leave/Travel Vouchers (1975-1991)

XVII. Genealogy (1974-1986, n.d.)

Box 28
28-01 Charts (n.d.)
28-02 Queries (1974-1981)
-includes correspondence
28-03 Frederick Family (1986)

XVIII. Journals & Journal Articles (1973-2000)
28-04 Miscellaneous Journal Articles, Booklets, Notes (1973-2000)
-includes dictionary, restaurant menu, notebook, articles, old manuscript, correspondence, notebook with history & genealogical notes
28-05 Journal of Black History & Genealogy (1982)
-includes correspondence
28-06 Western Historical Journals (1980)
28-07 Southern Historical Journals—Editor’s Meeting
-includes news clipping, newsletters, list of members, correspondence, postcards

XIX. USL (1967-1986)

1. Subseries—Printing (1972-1978)
28-08 USL Print Shop (1972-1978)
-includes correspondence, purchase requisition

2. Subseries—Fundraising (1974-1986)
28-09 USL Foundation (1974-1986)
-includes correspondence, Ad Hoc Committee, receipts & balance sheets

3. Subseries—USL History Series (1967-1978)
28-10 General Info (1967-1970)
-includes mission, general information, list of publications, list of buyers, minutes
28-11 Correspondence (1967-1978)
28-12 Receipts (1975-1978)

4. Subseries—Students & Faculty (1965-1996)

Box 29
29-01 Class records (1965-1968)
29-02 Student Evaluations of Conrad (1972-1976)
29-03 Graduate Faculty (1983)
29-04 Faculty Welfare Committee (1979-1981)
29-05 Graduate School Conference (1996)

XX. Center for Louisiana Studies (1969-1993)

1. Subseries—Administration (1971-1993)
29-06 General (1971)
-includes 1971 House of Rep. Regular Session, list of historical & cultural organizations in La, list of Center accomplishments
29-07 Reports (1983)
29-08 Faxes (1993)
29-09 Donation Contracts (1983-1988)
-includes correspondence
29-10 Publishing Contracts (1975-1976)
29-11 Center Publications – Editorial & Advisory Board (1976-1981)
-includes correspondence, minutes, agendas

2. Subseries—Financial (1969-1993)
29-12 Receipts (1969-1993)
29-13 Budget (1973-1975)
-includes correspondence, proposed budget
29-14 Appropriations Ledger (1974-1977)
-includes correspondence
29-15 Income & Expense Ledger (1985)

Box 30
30-01 Income & Expense Ledger (1986)
30-02 Income & Expense Ledger (Jan-July 1987)
30-03 Income & Expense Ledger (Aug-Dec 1987)
30-04 Payroll Vouchers – Louisiana/Acadian Studies (1986-1989)

XXI. Travel (1973-1994)
30-05 Travel (1973-1989)
-includes travel guides, memos, vouchers
30-06 Travel (1991-1994)
-includes receipts, vouchers, guidelines, applications for leave, correspondence

XXII. Conferences (1919-1981)
30-07 Canadian Association for American Studies – Conference (1919-1981)
30-08 Atlanta Conference (1980)

XXIII. Wilkins (1802-1991)

Box 31
31-01 Burnley, Hardin (1981-1982)
-includes correspondence, articles, essays
31-02 Lapointe, L. Gordon (1982)
-includes correspondence
31-03 Maclin – Tennessee Material (1844-1982)
31-04 Wilkins Family History (1869-1990)
31-05 Wilkins Research Notes (n.d.)
31-06 Wilkins – Tennessee & Kentucky (1981-1982)
31-07 Wilkins – Photographs (1981)
31-08 Wilkins, Benjamin (1839-1982)
31-09 Wilkins – California (1889-1991)
31-10 Wilkins – Correspondence & Inquiries (1981)
31-11 Wilkins – “War Boy” (1938-1989)
31-12 Wilkins – Deed Records: 1830-1832 (1981)
31-13 Wilkins – Deed Records: 1825-1886 (1982)
31-14 Wilkins, J.D. (1802-1982)
31-15 Wilkins, Richard & Family (1934-1982)
31-16 Williamson, Francis B. (1982)

XXIV. St. Genevieve (1983-1985)

Box 32
32-01 St. Genevieve, Missouri Feasibility Report (1984)
32-02 St. Genevieve (1983-1984)
32-03 St. Genevieve 250th Celebration Commission (1985)
32-04 St. Genevieve Symposium (1984)
32-05 St. Genevieve Symposium – Newspapers (1984)
-includes Ste. Genevieve Herald 1984

XXV. History of Individuals & States (1812-2003)
32-06 Abernathy: From Frontier to Plantation in Tennessee (1955)
32-07 Abernathy: Western Lands & the American Revolution (1937)
32-08 American State Papers (1832)
32-09 Breaux, Joseph A. (n.d.)
32-10 Caffrey (n.d.)
Chronology & Notes (1996)
32-11 Civil War Marine (1975)
-includes booklet, maps, correspondence
32-12 Clark, Daniel (1926-1977)
-includes correspondence concerning research on Clark, notes
32-13 Clark, Daniel (1977)
-includes photocopies of “Calendar of State Papers” (1781-1791), articles, contracts, National Union Catalog; handwritten on envelope: “Daniel Clark material.” More photocopies from Library of Congress of his correspondence; directories of manuscript collections
32-14 Clark, Daniel/ Myra Clark Gaines (1975)

Box 33
33-01 Brent, William L. (1975-1976)
-includes news clipping, correspondence, essay by Conrad, research notes on Brent, excerpt from the Brent Book
33-02 Conrad: The Indefatigable Dr. James White (n.d.)
-includes manuscripts, faxes
33-03 Dictionary of Virginia Biography (1983)
33-04 Doctrine (1977)
33-05 Enterprise Plantation Dedication (1975)
33-06 Agricole Fuselier de la Claire (n.d.)
33-07 Goodpasture: Dr. James White (1923-1996)
33-08 Haskins: The Yazoo Land Companies (1891)
33-09 Henderson: The Spanish Conspiracy in Tennessee (1917)
33-10 History of Tennessee (1887-1997)
33-11 Holt: St. Omers & Bruges Colleges, 1593-1773 (1979)
33-12 Jackson County Dept. of Archives (1847-1996)
33-13 Merovingians (1987)
33-14 Moore, Alma (n.d.)
33-15 Moore: Tennessee, The Volunteer State (1923)
33-16 Neitzel (n.d.)
33-17 North Carolina Manuscripts (1774-1997)
33-18 Pascagoula Plats (1812-1996)
33-19 Powell: James White (1996)
33-20 Ranke: Edward Douglas White, Sr. (1936)
33-21 Robertson: Address to Medical Society of Tennessee (n.d.)
33-22 State Records of North Carolina (1899-1907)

Box 34
34-01 Weeks, David (1846)
-includes probate documents
34-02 Willcox: John Willcox of Pennsylvania & North Carolina (1895-1997)
34-03 Williams: The Spanish Intrigue, 1788 (1933)
34-04 Wilson, Sam Jr. (1988)
34-05 Whitaker: The Mississippi Question, 1795-1803 (1962)
34-06 Whitaker: The Muscle Shoals Speculation, 1783-1789 (1926-1927)
34-07 Whitaker: Spanish Intrigue in the Old Southwest (1925-1926)
34-08 Whitaker: The Spanish-American Frontier (1962)
34-09 White: Chronology & Notes (1996)

XXVI. French History (1976-1981)
34-10 Monuments of France (1976-1981)
-includes booklets & brochures on the monuments of France Revolution
34-11 Zitomersky, Joseph (1999)
34-12 “Reluctant Imperialist: France in North America” (1982)

XXVII. Illinois Country (1983-2002)
34-13 The French Administrative Controversy over the Illinois Country (1986)
-includes essays, correspondence
34-14 Administration of the Illinois Country: The French Debate (1983)
-includes manuscripts & correspondence
34-15 Administration of the Illinois Country: The French Debate (1983-2002)
-includes manuscripts, advertisements for conference
34-16 The Illinois Country and the Louisiana Connection (n.d.)
-includes notes & manuscripts

XXVIII. Horn Island (1977-1982)

Box 35
35-01 Research Documents-Horn Island Case (1977-1982)
35-02 Research Documents-Horn Island Case (1982)

XXIX. Huey Long (1980-1993)
35-03 Huey Long (1993)
35-04 Snowball & Brickbats: The Impeachment of Huey P. Long, chapters 1 & 2 (1980)
-includes manuscript by Allen Eustis Begnaud, chapters 1&2; correspondence
35-05 Snowball & Brickbats: The Impeachment of Huey P. Long, chapters 3 & 4 (n.d.)
35-06 Snowball & Brickbats: The Impeachment of Huey P. Long, chapter 5 (n.d.)

XXX. Bicentennial (1985-2000)
35-07 Acadian Odyssey Bicentennial Commission (1985-1986)
-includes correspondence, proposal for creation of Acadian Research Center
35-08 Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial (1982-2000)
-includes The Daily Iberian (1982); correspondence; House Bills; vitas; Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial (1982-2000); agendas, resumes, Funding requests, meeting minutes

Box 36
36-01 Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial-Mary Perault (2000)
-includes correspondence, bylaws, & resolution of authority
36-02 Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial (2001-2002)
-includes photocopies of news clippings, commission members & agendas, subcommittee members, announcements, schedules of events, city maps, correspondence, brochures, bylaws, logos for celebration, House Bills
36-03 Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial (2001-2003)
-includes correspondence, brochures, logos for celebration, photocopies of news clippings, Code of Governmental Ethics (2000), schedules

XXXI. Conrad misc.
36-04 Brian Busch-USL Chorale (n.d.)
36-05 Catholic High School Board Minutes (n.d.)
36-06 Calendar sheets (1988)
36-07 Conrad biography (1980)
36-08 Archival Holdings (1970-1979)
36-09 Bibliography (n.d.)
36-10 La. Archival Resources (1985)
36-11 Maps (1961-1980)

Box 37
37-01 Misc notes (1976-1985)
37-02 Old movie information (1968-1978)
37-03 Resumes (1978-1991)
-includes correspondence, transcripts, vitae
37-04 Travel brochures (1968-2000)
37-05 U.S. House of Representatives – Office of the Clerk (n.d.)
37-06 Photocopies of old manuscripts/maps (1797-1883)
37-07 The Public Historian (1985)
37-08 Obituaries (1978-1994)
37-09 The Luso-Hispanic World in Maps, A Selective Guide to manuscript Maps to 1900 in the collections of the Library of Congress. (Presented to Mr. Conrad by Library of Congress)
37-10 The Assassination by James Campbell (reprint)

Box 38
Index cards

Box 39
Manuscripts

Box 40
-Miscellaneous awards, newspapers, notebooks
-St. Martin Parish Preservation Project of Historical Documents

Box 41 RESTRICTED
-Cancelled checks (1968-1973)
-deposit slips (1968-1979)

Box 42
Microfilm