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Louisiana Photographs Collection

Collection 146

Louisiana Photographs. Collection

7 ½ inches

Louisiana Photographs Collection consists of parish photographs (homes, churches, streets, schools, entertainment, etc.), individuals, and photographs by subject.

Series:

A. Photographs Box 1-2

Inventory:

Box 1
  1-01 Acadia Parish: A1a/1/-
    Crowley: A1a/1/3/1:
      Clark House
      Green House
      Kaplan House
      Lawrence House
      Toler House
      Tornado
      Edwards, Edwin W.
       
  1-02 Acadia Parish: A1a/1/3/2
      Cash Auto Supply House
      Crowley Bakery
      Robbin’s Bakery
      Sid’s Pioneer Bar
      Crowley House
      Ellis Hardware
      Handgrief’s Meat Market
      The Crowley Signal Building
      Favre’s Opera House
      Barnett Photograph Studio
      DeRoussele Restaurant (in Egan Hotel)
      Keller’s Restaurant
      Miles, J.M. Shop
    A1a/1/3/2a: Parkerson Avenue
     
  1-03 Acadia Parish: A1a/1/3/3
      St. Michael Church and School
    A1a/1/3/4
      Crowley High School; Crowley High School Track Team, 1908
       
  1-04 Acadia Parish: A1a/1/3/6
      People’s Rice Mill
    A1a/1/3/8
      Acadia Parish Court House
      Central Fire Station
       
  1-05 Acadia Parish: A1/3/10
      Levy Park
      W.W. Duson
    A1a/1/3/12
      Frisco Depot
      O.G. and N.E. Depot
      Southern Pacific Depot
      Southern Pacific Freight Depot
       
  1-06 Acadia Parish: A1a/1/3/14, comp
      Crowley, Louisiana; tornado
    A1a/1/3/14: Entertainment: baseball
      Brunner, Howard E.
      Chappuis, Abbie G.
      Chappuis, Philip S.
      Cockerban, H.H.
      Copes, John C.
      Dennis, Joe
      Dorman, James L.
      Eckels, Paul
      Ellis, E.M.
      Francez, Z.J.
      Guilbeau, Felix G.
      Hoffpauir, M.L.
      Hold, A. Percy
      Medlenka, Joseph G.
      Ogden, Percy T.
      Pugh, Philip S.
      Pullrain, S.T.
      Rabina, John D.
      Raney, R.B.
      Taylor, Shelby
      Toler, Thomas G.
      Toler, Thomas M.
    A1a/1/3/14: Event: Liberty Bell
    A1a1/3/14: Festival: Rice Festival
    A1a/1/3/14 Parades
      Armistice Day Parade
      Children’s Prohibition Parade
      Circus Parade: Hagenbeck and Wallace
      Fourth of July
      Pizzini, Adele
      Medlenka, Leon M.
       
  1-07 Acadia Parish: Evangeline: A1a/1/7/6a: Jennings Oil Field
     
  1-08 Acadia Parish: Iota
    Rayne: Negative [A1a1/17/3} St. Joseph Church
    Rayne: A1a1/17/8: Acadia Parish Library, Rayne Branch
       
  1-09 Acadia Parish: A1a/1/-/14: Rice
       
  1-10 Acadia Parish: A2a
      Chappuis, Eugene L. [“The Real Estate Man of Rayne”, 1904]
      Chappuis, P.J. [Mayor-Elect of Crowley, 1904]
      Larson, Lawrence B. [Crowley]
      Lyons, James L. [Crowley Police Chief, 1903]
      Pugh, P.S., District Judge
      Scanlon, Mike [Church Point]
      Webb, James [Rayne, 1904]
      A3a: Company B, Louisiana National Guard
      A3a: Company F, Louisiana National Guard
      A4a: Edwards, Edwin W.
       
  1-11 Acadia Parish: A1: Negatives, St. Joseph Church, Iota
    Acadia Parish: A2 – St. Joseph’s Church, Rayne
       
  1-12 Calcasieu Parish: A1a/10/-
    Lake Charles: A1a/10/5/6: Cities Service Refinery; Firestone Tire and Rubber Plant
       
  1-13 East Baton Rouge Parish: A1a/17/-
    Baton Rouge: A1a/17/2/6: Humble Oil Refinery
    A1a/17/2/8: Old State Capitol
    Baton Rouge: Map Case: 13-03
      Aerial Photograph of Baton Rouge showing State Capitol, n.d.
    A2a: Carter, Helen [LSU, Head of Home Economics]
    Swann, F.A. [District Agricultural Extension Agent]
    A4: CC73 Delegates Play Football
    Corne, Heloise [Lafayette]
    Brien, Hilda [Houma]
       
  1-14 Iberia Parish: A1a/23/-
    Avery Island: A1a/23/1/14: Jungle Gardens
    New Iberia: A1a/23/6/1: Shadows-on-the-Teche
    A1a/23/6/2a
      Sketch from Harper’s Weekly, 1866
       
  1-15 Iberia Parish: A1a/23/6/8: New Iberia Naval Air Station
       
  1-16 Iberia Parish: A1a/23/9/6: Morton Salt mine
    A1a/23/-/14: Bayou Teche
      Wells, L.B. [artist]
    A1a/23/-/14: Cane Field
      Hurricane
       
  1-17 Iberia Parish: A2a: Jefferson, Joseph
      See also A4 1927 Flood
       
  1-18 Jeff Davis Parish: A1a/27/
    Lake Arthur: A1a/27/4/14
    Boats; Begnaud, W.J.; Regatta
       
  1-19 Lincoln Parish: A1a/31/1-
    A2a: Richardson, E.S. [President, Louisiana Tech]
       
  1-20 Natchitoches Parish: A1a/35/1-
    A2a: Fredericks, A.A. [President of Louisiana Normal College]
    Henry, John [Melrose, Louisiana planter]
       
  1-21 Orleans Parish: A1a/36/-
    A1a/36/4/1a: French Quarter; horse
    A1a/36/4/2: Old Absinthe House
    A1a/36/4/3: St. Charles Cathedral and Jackson Square
    A1a/36/4/4: Newcomb College
    A1a/36/4/6: Johns-Manville Plant
    A1a/36/4/12: Docks; shipping
    Jackson Square, New Orleans
    Street Car, New Orleans
       
  1-22 St. Bernard Parish: A1a/44/-
    A1a/44/2/8: Chalmette
    Monuments
    Battle of New Orleans
       
  1-23 St. Landry Parish: A1a/49/-
    Grand Coteau: A1a/49/4/4
    Academy of the Sacred Heart
    St. Charles College
    Education, Higher – Louisiana
    Leonville: Map Case 13-03
    House of Arnaud Stelly, Leonville, c. 1924-1925
    Melville: A1a/49/8/9
      Bridges
      Ferry
      Atchafalaya River
       
  1-24 St. Martin Parish: A1a/50/-
    Breaux Bridge: A1a/50/2/14: Festival
    Crawfish Festival
    A1a/50/2/5
      Paradise Grove
      Live Oak Trees
       
  1-25 St. Martin Parish: A1a/50/-
    Butte La Rose: A1a5/3/9: Bridges
       
  1-26 St. Martin Parish: A1a/50/-
    St. Martinville: A1a/50/16/1
    Plantation in Longfellow-Evangeline Park
    A1a/50/16/2a: Main Street across from church
    A1a/50/16/3: St. Martin de Tours Church
    A1a/50/16/14: Evangeline Oak
       
  1-27 Vermilion Parish: A1a/57-
    Abbeville: A1a57/1/14
    Cooking eggs
    Cheniere au Tigre: A1a/57/2/1; A1a/57/2/5; A1a/57/2/beach; A1a/57/2/view
       
  1-28 Vermilion Parish: A1a/57-
    Henry:  A1a/57/4
    Henry High School
    Education, Secondary – Henry, [LA]
       
Box 2
  2-01 Louisiana – Individuals
    A2a: A – L
      Burke, Walter
      Allen, O.K. [Governor of Louisiana]
      Caffery, John [Franklin, LA]
      Clark, Leon, President of Southeastern College
      Davis, Jimmy [Governor of Louisiana]
      Dodd, William
      Edwards, Edwin W. [Governor of Louisiana]
      Horaist, Gaston
      Jeanmard, Bishop [Lafayette]
      Jones, Sam [Governor of Louisiana]
      Kennen, Robert F. [Governor of Louisiana]
      King, Alvin [Governor of Louisiana]
      Lee, James A.
      Leche, Richard W. [Governor of Louisiana]
      Long, Earl [Governor of Louisiana]
      Long, Huey P. [Governor of Louisiana]
       
  2-02 Louisiana – Individuals
    A2a: M – Z
      McKeithen, John J. [Governor of Louisiana]
      Martin, Robert
      Martin, Mrs. Robert [Gabrielle Rose Berard Martin]
      Noe, James A. [Governor of Louisiana]
      Ortego, Adner [musician]
      Post, Harry
      Roemer, Charles “Buddy” [Governor of Louisiana]
      Spencer, F.W. [State Director of AAA, 1939]
      Treen, David C. [Governor of Louisiana] (at media event, 1979?)
       
  2-03 A3: Groups
      Louisiana Horticulture Society
      United Confederate Veterans Reunion, October 1929
      Martin Family: Robert Martin; Ruth Mouton Fleming; Pat Fleming
      Robert Martin; Ruth Martin Fleming; Beverly Randolph Stephens, August 10, 1930
       
  2-04 A4: Subject
      Boucherie
      Angola State Prison: Cell Block A and B
      Angola State Prison: Camp A Outcamp
      Angola State Prison: Main Prison, East Yard, Football Field
      Angola State Prison: Water Towner outside main prison
      Angola State Prison: Main Prison near entrance to East Yard (Baptist Theological Seminary)
      Angola State Prison: Reception Center Administration Bldg.
      Angola State Prison: Main Prison, Chow Hall
      Angola State Prison: Point Lookout, Prison Cemetery
      Angola State Prison: Angola Front Gate
      Angola State Prison: Main Prison Chapel to left of Guard Tower
      Angola State Prison: Main Prison, Guard Tower
       
  2-05 A4: Subject
      Fishing: Commercial; crab fishermen
      Agriculture – group of men with canines
      Louisiana Department of Labor. Surveys – meeting, n.d.
       
  2-06 A4: Subject
      Flora and Fauna: Azalea bush in full bloom
      Louisiana cows
      Louisiana State University- Vet Village, WWII
      Hodges Garden, near Many, Louisiana, 1959 (water skiing)
      Hodges Garden, near Many, Louisiana, 1959 (water fall)
       
  2-07 A4: Subject
      Floods, 1927
      St. Mary Parish: Unidentified: Prairie Basse; Vermilion Bayou
      Iberia Parish: New Iberia: Seally House (corner of Marie & Pollard)
      City Park; Southern Pacific (near Weeks Street)
      St. Landry Parish: Port Barré; railroad near Port Barre; railroad near Ursa
      St. Martin Parish: Southern Pacific near Cade
      Melville, Louisiana
      Vermilion Parish: Abbeville
      St. Mary Parish: Railroad in Berwick Swamp
      Morgan City: Front Street
      Morgan City: Railroad from bridge
      Morgan City: Railroad Bridge
      Morgan City: Railroad Stations
      Morgan City: Passenger Depot
      Morgan City: East Rest Abatement Pier, Atchafalaya Bridge
      Anse La Butte, Bridges (Butte La Rose)
      Patterson: Run off for cribbing
       
  2-08 A4: Subject
      Floods, 1927
      Unidentified
       
  2-09 A4: Subject
      Floods, 1927
      Iberia, St. Landry, St. Martin and Vermilion
       
  2-10 A4: Subject
      Mardi Gras
      Military – Camps, n.d.
      Military – Air Force ROTC Squadron, July 3, 1952 (summer camp)
      Military – Inspection of Louisiana’s Naval Reserve Units, 1947
      Military – Air Force ROTC Summer Camp Cadets, 1952
      Military – Air Force ROTC Summer Camp, n.d.
      Monuments: Desoto
       
  2-11 A4: Subject
      Trapping
      Veterans
      Agriculture
      Louisiana Department of Labor
       
  2-12 A4: Subject
      Other States
      Mississippi: A1/Mississippi/Ocean Springs/14
      Lorna Doone Oak
      Ruskin Oak
      Live Oak Trees
      Missouri: A1/Missouri/St. Louis/14
      Louisiana Pavilion at St. Louis Lewis and Clark Exposition, 1903
      Fairs and Expositions