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Lucile Mouton Griffin Collection

Collection 26

Griffin, Lucile Meredith Mouton (1889-1983). Collection, 1798-1967

7 ft.

This collection reflects the work of both Lucile Mouton Griffin and her husband, Harry L. Griffin, and Mrs. Griffin's interest in Mouton family history. The personal portion contains scrapbooks kept by Mrs. Griffin before her marriage including her years as a student at Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) and material from her graduate school work at the University of Chicago and Columbia University. A second section of this portion contains photographs of Lafayette, many used to illustrate Harry L. Griffin's Attakapas Country, with explanatory notes prepared by Mrs. Griffin. There is also an extensive post card collection. The second major part of the collection deals with the Mouton family, especially with Alexander Mouton (1853-1938), Mrs. Griffin's father. He was an engineer who worked in Latin America, especially Mexico, and owned a sugar refinery for a time. His collection includes an autobiography, correspondence, and large clipping and post card scrapbooks. This collection contains material on other members of the Mouton family dating back to Jean Mouton in 1798. Among these items are artifacts owned by Gov. Alexander Mouton (1804-1885), Mrs. Griffin's great-grandfather.

Donated by Lucile M. Griffin, Lafayette, Louisiana.

Note: A CD of photographs scanned by Carl Brasseaux is located in Box 17.

Series:

A. Lucile Mouton Griffin Material
1. Scrapbooks Box 1 and Box 2
2. School Books and Educational Material Box 3 through 4-07
3. Griffin Family Material 4-08 through 5-06
4. Miscellaneous 5-07 through 5-09
B. Alexander Mouton (1853-1938)
1. Papers
a. Autobiography 6-01 through 6-09
b. Correspondence, etc. 6-10 through 8-13
c. Miscellaneous Writings 8-14 through 8-18
d. Material on Syrup Processing and Engineering 8-19 through 9-02
2. Scrapbooks 9 vol. 1 through 10 vol. 1
3. Miscellaneous 10-01 through 11 vol. 1
4. Photographs and Notes 11-01 through 11-03
C. Mouton Family Material
1. Jean Mouton and Sons 11-04 through 11-13
2. Other Prominent Moutons 12-01 through 12-10
3. Mouton Family Miscellaneous 12-11 through 12-17
D. Lafayette
1. Photographs and Notes 13-01 through 14-07
2. Maps and Drawings 14-08 and 14-09
3. Miscellaneous Writings 14-10 through 14-13
4. Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist 14-14 through 14-19
5. Photographs 14-20 through 14-22
E. Photographs 14-23 through 15-17; Box 17
F. Miscellaneous
1. Primary Documents 15-18 through 15-21
2. Other 15-22 through 15-23
3. Artifacts 15-24 through Box 16

Inventory:

A. Lucile Mouton Griffin Material
1. Scrapbooks
Box 1
Vol. 1 1904-1912: mainly SLII years, 1904-1906; documents and social activities for entire period including correspondence (in envelopes) and photographs (mounted)
1-01 Correspondence, loose, taken from Vol. 1, 1906-1915, 1952
See Box 15, postcards, for other correspondence 1905-1907
Vol. 2 Miscellaneous advertisements, c. 1900s
Box 2
Vol. 1 1920s-1960s
includes: miscellaneous clippings material on Lafayette history and centennial;
SLI;
Harry L. Griffin;
AAUW;
Mouton Family including Governor Alexander Mouton (d. 1885) and Helen Mouton Landell;
Mardi Gras
A. Lucile Mouton Griffin Material
2. School Books and Educational Material
3-01 School copy book, 1898-1899; Exercise book, 1901-1902
St. Vincent Institute, Donaldsonville, Louisiana
3-02 School work book, 1900: includes: drafts of letters home
3-03 School work book, 1901
3-04 School work book, 1896, 1901-1902
3-05 School work book, 1902
3-06 School work book, n.d.
3-07 School work book, 1903-1904: St. Mary's Dominican Academy, New Orleans
3-08 School work book, 1903-1904
3-09 Essay written at University of Chicago, Summer 1925: work in English Department
3-10 Essay written at University of Chicago, Summer 1925
3-11 Essay probably written at University of Chicago, n.d.
3-12 Miscellaneous material from Columbia University, Summer 1929
3-13 Essays written at Columbia University, Summer 1931
3-14 Essays written at Columbia University, Summer 1932
4-01 Essays written at Columbia University, Summer 1932
4-02 Essays written at Columbia University, Summer 1932
See Map Case 16-05 for Columbia University M. A. diploma, 1932
4-03 Printed educational material and other miscellany, 1920
4-04 Printed educational material and other miscellany, n.d.
4-05 Printed educational material and other miscellany, n.d.
4-06 Printed educational material and other miscellany, 1930s
4-07 Booklet of postcards of University of Chicago, 1920s
A. Lucile Mouton Griffin Material
3. Griffin Family Material
4-08 Clippings: mention Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Griffin
4-09 Clippings: mention Dr. H. L. Griffin, dated
4-10 Clippings: mention Dr. H. L. Griffin, undated
4-11 Clippings: related to Lucile M. Griffin
social, educational and club work:
La Maison Acadiene Francaise;
France Amerique de la Louisiane Acadiene;
St. Mary's Dominican College
See Box 2, v. 1 for other clippings on the Griffins
4-13 Program: Lafayette PTA program outline, 1934/1935
4-14 Programs: meetings, organizations, etc., involving HLG
4-15 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1930-1962, n.d.
includes: draft of letter to Bennett Cerf from LMG, 5/1953; letter from Joel L. Fletcher informing LMG of election as Fellow of the Maison Acadienne Francaise of SLI, 9 Oct. 1956
4-16 Diplomas: B. A. degree from SLII, 1923
4-17 Certificates
appointment as Special Commissioner for State Council of Defense, 1917;
High School Teaching License, 1924
4-18 Certificates
election as Fellow of Maison Acadienne Francaise, 1956;
appreciation for participation in Tulane Alumni Fund Drive, 1959
4-19 Certificate: Lafayette Parish Schools Certificate of Merit, 1957
4-20 Material related to La Maison Acadienne Francaise on SLI campus, n.d.
5-01 Writings
handwritten title page for A Day That is Gone; list of illustrations (probably for two different publications); list of contents
5-02 Writings
handwritten and typed notes on Gov. Alexander Mouton; murder by Blanc Brothers; Civil War experiences of Mouton Family at Walnut Grove and Beau Sejour; Pin Hook; Ile Copal
5-03 Writings
miscellaneous handwritten notes about buildings
5-04 Writings: poetry selected to serve as captions to illustrations
5-05 Writings: captions for illustrations
5-06 Writings: chapter headings for Attakapas Country, handwritten publisher's publicity
See Box 2 vol.1; 13-01 through 14-22 for more on Lafayette and local history
A. Lucile Mouton Griffin Material
4. Miscellaneous
5-07 New Orleans theater programs
5-08 Mardi Gras programs, New Orleans Krewes: 1938-1941
5-Item 1 Embroidery pattern and designs
B. Alexander Mouton [1853-1938]
1. Papers
a. Autobiography
6-01 Autobiography
6-02 Autobiography
6-03 Autobiography
6-04 Autobiography
6-05 Autobiography
6-06 Autobiography
6-07 Autobiography
6-08 Autobiography
6-09 Autobiography
B. Alexander Mouton [1853-1938]
2. Papers
b. Correspondence, etc.
[Mainly family letters, especially from Mouton's mother (in English and French) and business papers]
6-01 1872-1878
includes: railroad passes and business card of A. A. Mouton and Company
7-01 1879-1880
7-02 1881
7-03 1882
7-04 1883
includes: some business papers and description of Mexico, November 1883
7-05 1884
7-06 1885: January-June
7-07 1885: July-December
includes mention of theatrical performances in St. Martinville
7-08 1886
7-09 1887: some business papers
7-10 1888: some business papers
7-11 1889-1892: includes letter to Albert Voorhies re A.M.
7-12 1885-1888, 1894: store receipts, New Orleans
7-13 1893-1896: correspondence and business papers
7-14 1897-1901
7-15 1902-1903: mainly business papers
7-16 1904: mainly business papers
7-17 1905: mainly business papers
7-18 1906: business papers
7-19 1907: business papers
7-20 1908-1911: business papers; includes letter from Albert Voorhies, 7 Feb. 1911
7-21 1912-1913: includes letters from Albert Voorhies re: Sarpy Company Case, October-November, 1912
7-22 1912-1913: bills and receipts
7-23 1914-1916: business and legal matters
7-24 1917: mainly legal matters
7-25 1918-1919: includes autobiographical letter, 12/31/1919
7-26 1920-1921
7-27 1922-1923: includes items related to work in Ecuador: engineering drawings; plat map of land along General Gardiner Street
See Map Case 16-03 for other Lafayette plat drawings
8-01 1924: mainly business
8-02 1925: mainly business
8-03 1926: mainly business
8-04 1927-1928: material on brother, Charles O. Mouton
8-05 1930-1935
8-06 n.d.: mainly letters from mother to AM
8-07 n.d.
8-08 n.d.
8-09 n.d.
8-10 n.d.
8-11 n.d.
8-12 n.d.
8-13 n.d.
B. Alexander Mouton [1853-1938]
1. Papers
c. Writings
8-14 Speeches and addresses
See 8-19 for speeches on syrup processing
8-15 Notes: Latin America
8-16 Miscellaneous notes and accounts: includes material on trip to Peru, 1922
8-17 Diaries: 1923 and 1932 (both partial)
8-18 Miscellaneous notebooks: aphorisms; comments on various subjects ranging from Panama Canal to Abraham Lincoln; measured drawings; some accounts
B. Alexander Mouton [1853-1938]
1. Papers
d. Material on Syrup Processing and Engineering
8-19 Address and clippings
8-20 Miscellaneous material on syrup processing and AM's plants
9-01 Miscellaneous notes and measured drawings
9-02 Notebook on Mexican mint
B. Alexander Mouton [1853-1938]
2. Scrapbooks
9 vol. 1 1880s - 1930s: clippings on state and national politics; history; local events and people; sugar cane; mounted photos of AM; Mouton Family material; some AM correspondence (mounted)
9 vol. 2 1880-1920: miscellaneous clippings; mounted photographs and postcards; miscellaneous correspondence (mounted)
10 vol. 1 1924 trip to New Hampshire and Canada: mainly postcards; some clippings and photographs; includes postcards of Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, New Hampshire, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Ontario, Louisiana, North Carolina, and Georgia
B. Alexander Mouton [1853-1938]
3. Miscellaneous
10-01 Clippings: 1800s-1920s, Latin America
10-02 Clippings: 1800s-1920s, Louisiana history and government
10-03 Clippings, local history
10-04 Clippings, New Orleans miscellaneous
10-05 Clippings, New Orleans legal cases
10-06 Clippings, politics
10-07 Clippings, women
10-08 Miscellaneous greeting cards
10-09 Miscellaneous
11 vol. 1 Family Bible, presented to AM by his parents, 1869
contains genealogical information
B. Alexander Mouton [1853-1938]
4. Photographs and Notes
11-01 Photos of Alexander Mouton
11-02 Photos of members of AM's family: parents and children
11-03 Photos, miscellaneous
See 14-23, 14-24, 14-26; Box 17 for other photos from Alexander Mouton scrapbooks
See 12-14; 13-14; Map Case 16-04 for other items related to Alexander Mouton
C. Mouton Family Material
1. Jean Mouton and Sons
11-04 Miscellaneous financial and legal papers mainly related to Jean Mouton, 1798-1818
11-05 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, 1819-1823
11-06 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, 1824: includes items related to Gov. Alexander Mouton
11-07 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, 1825: includes items related to Louise Mouton and Jacques Ketchin (or Ketcher)
11-08 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, 1826: includes items related to Gov. Alexander Mouton
11-09 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, 1827-1829: documents related to claims of Edward Simon and Alexander S. Jones against state for legal services
11-10 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, 1827-1829: documents related to claims of Edward Simon and Alexander S. Jones against state for legal services
11-11 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, n.d.: includes accounts for administrating estate of Jacques Ketchin (or Ketcher)
11-12 Jean Mouton financial and legal materials, n.d., fragments
11-13 Copy of Jean Mouton's donation to Catholic Church
C. Mouton Family Material
2. Other Prominent Moutons
12-01 Governor Alexander Mouton (1804-1885)
biographical information; radio speech by grandson, Alexander Mouton; Abbeville Meridional, account of railroad trip to New Orleans; transcription of will; bill, 1879; notes on houses
12-02 Governor Alexander Mouton (1804-1885): photographs
See 2 v.1; 11-06, 11-08; 13-14; Box 16; Map Case 16-02 for other items related to Governor Mouton
12-03 General Alfred Mouton (1829-1864)
letter by Alexander Mouton; clippings; transcription of letter from troops to Gov. Alexander Mouton; notes of LMG
12-04 Gen. Alfred Mouton: photographs
12-05 Charles O. Mouton
obituary; memorial resolutions by various organizations
12-06 Helen Mouton
School books, 1903 1906, n.d.
12-07 Helen Mouton
Material on Tulane and Newcomb, especially 1914 commencement and dramatic events
12-08 Helen Mouton
miscellaneous material including essay, n.d.; photograph, 1908; etc.
See Map Case 16-05 for diplomas of Helen Murial Mouton
12-09 Helen Barker Baillio Mouton: Funeral remembrance book, 1952
12-10 Helen Barker Baillio Mouton: Funeral remembrance book, 1952
C. Mouton Family Material
3. Mouton Family Miscellaneous
12-11 Notes and chart on family and descendants of Jean Mouton
12-12 Notes on Gradenigo family
12-13 Notes
John Baptist Mouton;
Catherine Borda: baptism record;
Thomas Mouton: letter from Ben Voorhies;
Jacques Dupre: letter from H. Harding Issacson;
tombstone inscriptions;
Martin Family;
Revolutionary War record of Moutons
12-14 Information on occupations held by members of Mouton family
notebook compiled by Alexander Mouton (1853-1938) and list of family members who became lawyers or judges
12-15 Miscellaneous material
Dr. Marc Mouton: clippings;
Frank Mouton: obituary;
Rafael Canedo Mouton: obituary;
Fred Voorhies: obituary;
Paul Debaillon: obituary;
Louis Lacoste: death notice;
Mrs. Felix Voorhies: death notice (copy);
Frederick Mouton: obituary;
Odeide Mouton: obituary;
Cecilia A. Mouton: death notice;
Joseph E. Mouton: obituary;
Robert L. Mouton: clippings;
H. Harding Issacson
Dr. John Franklin Mouton, Sr.: notes;
Mildred Louis Mouton: wedding invitations
12-16 Photographs
Mrs. Frank Gardner;
Alfred Gardner;
Dr. Anotine Bordat;
Marie Mouton;
Adolph A. Mouton;
Father Burton Mouton
12-17 Legal brief prepared by J. E. Mouton re: land in Iberia Parish
D. Lafayette
1. Photographs and Notes
13-01 Photographs of "Public Buildings" [used in H. L. Griffin’s Attakapas Country]
City Hotel, 1845, on corner of the U. S. Post Office;
Orleans Hotel, about 1890;
Cottage Hotel;
Lombard's Hotel and Bar;
Lafayette Court House;
Lafayette Jail about 1878, directly back of court house;
Recorder's office, 1869; Lafayette Gazette, 1895; Lafayette City Hall
13-02 Notes on court houses and famous cases
13-03 Notes on Orleans Hotel; Castille Hotel; Recorder's Office
13-04 Notes on Alexander McFadden's (Justice of the Peace) Office; City Hotel
13-05 Photographs of "Stores and Places of Business"
Clegg's Drug Store or Mr. Beadle's Feed Store;
Miller's Blacksmith Shop;
Revillion General Store;
Begneaud's Saloon;
Castille's Bakery;
Graser's Tin Shop;
John O. Mouton's General Store;
Mouton (or Matin) and Salles General Store;
Domangeaux's General Store;
Ernest Constantin's Stable;
Gerac's Gin;
Benjamin Faulk's Mercantile Store;
Pillerim Brother's Saloon;
[John O. Mouton's General Store];
[William Graser's Tin Shop] or [L. Meletin's Store]
13-06 Notes
Begnaud's Saloon;
E. Constantin Stable;
B. Faulk’s Store;
Mouton and Salles Store;
Miller's Blacksmith Shop
13-07 Notes
Clegg's Drug Store;
W. M. Graser’s Tin Shop;
John O. Mouton's Store;
Jachem Revillion Store
13-08 Photographs of "Old Homes"
Arceneaux Home near Beau Basin;
Chargois Home;
Couret Home off Carencro highway;
descendants of Jean Mouton;
Dr. Duhart's Residence;
Eastin Home later office and residence of Dr. J. D. Trahan;
Gerac Residence;
Gerac's windmill;
Dr. Michel Eloi Girard Residence;
Percy Girard Home;
Dr. Thomas B. Hopkins Home;
Alcide Judice Home, Scott;
Latiolais House;
Long Plantation;
Lustid's Residence
13-09 Notes
Arceneaux Family and Home;
Chargois Home;
Couret Home;
Gerac Family and Home;
Michael Eloi Girard and Home
13-10 Notes
Old Girard House;
Alcide Judice;
Latiolais House;
Long Plantation;
Dr. Trahan's Home;
Wallace Home - Myrtle Plantation - Matthew Creighton
13-11 Photographs of "Old Homes"
Magnolia Plantation;
Missionier House;
Moss Home;
Charles Mouton Residence;
Edmond Mouton Residence;
Emile Mouton Residence;
Mouton House in Opelousas;
Oakbourne Plantation;
Joaquin Revillion Home;
Rosalie Plantation;
Sellars House;
Dr. J.D. Trahan's Residence;
Old Whittington Place, plus clipping
13-12 Notes
Old Man McBride's Home;
Moss House;
Charles Homére Mouton Home;
Edmond Mouton Home;
Emile Mouton Home
13-13 Notes
Paul Demanade Home;
Missionier Home;
Judge Parkerson House;
Sellars House;
Taylor House
13-14 Notes, documents and drawings of estates occupied by family of Alexander Mouton: Walnut Grove and Beau Sejour
13-15 Photographs of churches, convents, cemeteries [& schools]
Episcopal Church;
Catholic Church;
3 churches at cathedral site;
St. John the Evangelist: interior;
Mt. Carmel Convent;
Mt. Carmel Convent: interior;
Mt. Carmel Convent Boys School, class picture;
Convent Girls School: class picture;
Mrs. Grieg's school;
Mrs. Homer Bailey's School;
student body of a Negro Catholic school;
picture of a Negro Catholic school;
graves of Gov. Jacques Dupré and wife;
graves of Jean Mouton and wife;
statute to Gov. Alexander Mouton in Jewish cemetery
13-16 Notes
Catholic Church;
Vermilionville Academy;
Cathedral Oak;
Mt. Carmel Convent;
Alexander Mouton's statute in Jewish Cemetery
13-17 Photographs: prominent persons
Ambassador Jefferson Caffery;
Mrs. John Republican Creighton (Polly Turpin Jacobs);
Mr. Basil Crow;
Mrs. Maxim Crow;
family of Judge Conrad Debaillon;
Mr. M. E. Girard;
Lucile Meredith Mouton Griffin and Harry Lewis Griffin;
Bishop Jules B. Jeanmard;
the St. Julien Family;
Voorhies: Cornelius, Albert and Felix
13-18 Notes
Louis G. Breaux;
Debaillon Family;
De Clouet Family;
St. Julien Family
13-19 Photographs of groups
Veterans of the Civil War, 1888;
Picnic at Chargois Springs;
Lafayette leaders, 1906?
14-01 Photographs: Southwestern Louisiana Institute
SLI Cadets, 1906;
football team, 1903;
baseball team, 1903;
5 members of early faculty, 1928;
tribute to Miss Gabrielle Hebrard;
The Arcade, 1959;
Cypress Lake, 1959
14-02 Photographs: miscellaneous
1959 Mardi Gras King and Queen;
1959 Town House Mardi Gras King and Queen;
Piece of flag flown over Battle of Mansfield;
Old Bill Lewis' Bus, early 1900;
Governor Mouton Camellia;
railroad: New Orleans, Louisiana and Texas engine Sabine (painting and photograph);
steam engine and coal tender # 173;
Southern Pacific engine 7400 (diesel) with train;
Bayou Vermilion;
Tanglewood Lawn outside Lafayette, ca. 1930
14-03 Negatives of photographs in above series
[originals belong to Mrs. Doucet Coussan, daughter of Dr. Marc Mouton]
14-04 Photographs: galley proof and contact prints of illustrations which appeared in Attakapas Country [many same as above]
14-05 Photographs used in Attakapas Country
14-06 Photographs used in Attakapas Country
14-07 Photographs used in Attakapas Country
See Box 17 for CD of photographs
D. Lafayette
2. Maps and Drawings
14-08 Plat drawings
area between Johnston Avenue, Oak Avenue, Goran Avenue and Industrial [University] Avenue;
area between Johnston Avenue and General Gardiner Ave.;
drawing of layout of house which fronted Johnston St.
Map Case 16-03
drawings of land around St. John's Cathedral indicating ownership (1824 plat of Vermilionville); photostats of T9S-R4E and T9S-R5E South Western District, Louisiana
Map Case 16-04
Blueprint of S.S. Hastnai, National Shipbuilding Company, Orange, Texas, 1920
14-09 Miscellaneous maps
Indians of Louisiana region, Bureau of American Ethnology (photostat);
hand-drawn map of Lafayette Parish by H. L. Griffin
D. Lafayette
3. Miscellaneous Writings
14-10 Writings by Paul Debaillon
"Lafayette About One Hundred Years Ago," 1936, 7 pp.;
"Origin, Development, etc. of Vermilionville"; notes
14-11 Writings of Mario Mamalakis, especially on medicine
14-12 Miscellaneous clippings including Progress Edition, Section C, Lafayette Daily Advertiser, n.d.
14-13 Miscellaneous notes (LMG), including genealogical information
See Box 2 v. 1 for scrapbook containing clippings on Lafayette history
D. Lafayette
4. Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
14-14 Material concerning Statute of Notre Dame de l'Assumption erected in front of Cathedral: 11/1964 - 4/1965, n.d.: includes correspondence, drawings and photos from sculptor
14-15 Material on Statue of Notre Dame de l’Assumption at Cathedral, 1965: July-December
14-16 Material on Statue of Notre Dame de l”Assumption at Cathedral: clippings; photographs; dedicatory address by Fr. Richard von Phul Mouton
14-17 Church records: miscellaneous notes
14-18 Church records: baptisms, 1820s: handwritten, not complete
14-19 Church records: marriages and deaths, 1822-1844: handwritten, not complete
See 11-13 for the Jean Mouton donation of land for the Cathedral
D. Lafayette
5. Miscellaneous
14-20 Theater program, n.d.
14-21 Patriotic organizations material
programs for: marker dedication at Flagville, 4/1/1962 (DAR);
marker dedication at 2 sites, 4/28/1963 (DAR, UDC);
dedication of portrait, 7/22/1958; list of officers, 1960-1961, UDC chapter
14-22 Broadside and other material from W. D. Huff promoting corporate power plant, 1922
E. Miscellaneous
14-23 Identified people, from scrapbook probably compiled by Alexander Mouton
including: T. S. Dabney;
Miss Duchamp de Chastaigne;
George Clinton Gardiner;
Admiral John J. Almy;
Prince de Polignac;
Richard Taylor
14-24 Unidentified people, from scrapbook probably compiled by Alexander Mouton
14-25 Unidentified people other than from Alexander Mouton's scrapbook of photographs
14-26 Unidentified scenes or objects from albums kept by Alexander Mouton
15-01 Postcards from album of Lucile Meredith Mouton, 1905-1907: LSU
15-02 Postcards from album of Lucile Meredith Mouton: Baton Rouge
See 1-02 for postcards of LSU and Baton Rouge
15-03 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: New Orleans
15-04 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: Acadiana cities Crowley, New Iberia, Morgan City, Opelousas
15-05 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: other Louisiana cities and general south
15-06 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: Virginia and Washington, D.C.
15-07 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: other southern states; Mississippi; Alabama; Georgia; Florida; Tennessee; North Carolina
15-08 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: New York (state and city)
15-09 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: other states
15-10 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: foreign countries
15-11 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: miscellaneous; with photographs
15-12 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: miscellaneous: foreign publisher?
15-13 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: miscellaneous
A. H. (16 cards);
Philadelphia Post Card Company (2 cards);
Illinois Post Card Company (2 cards);
Moffat, Yard 7 Company (2 cards)
15-14 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: miscellaneous
Ullman Manufacturing Company (3 cards);
R. H. Chicago (7 cards);
C. F. Art (4 cards);
Tuck (3 greeting cards; 2 others)
15-15 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: miscellaneous
Western News Company (5 cards);
Adolph Selig Publishing Company (2 cards);
Rotograph Company (2 cards);
Stein Company (2 cards);
Slate Series (2 cards)
15-16 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: miscellaneous
National Art Company (1 card);
German American Novelty Art (1 card);
K & B D (1 card);
The PCK Series (1 card);
The Rose Company (1 card);
Detroit Publishing Company (1 card);
Franz Huld, Pub. (4 cards);
A. Verkes (2 cards);
F. S. Backus (2 cards);
H. H. Stratton (1 card);
F. S. Montgomery (1 card);
M. S. P. (1 card);
R. Hill (1 card);
J. Tully (1 card);
Dederick Brothers (1 card);
? Novelty Company (1 card);
Souvenir Post Card Company (2 cards);
Taylor, Platt & Company (1 card)
15-17 Postcards from album of Lucile Mouton: miscellaneous
no publisher or copyright holder given
See 1 v.1; 2 v.1; 4-07; 9 v.2; 10 v.1 for other post cards
See Box 17 for book of photographs of Mexico
F. Miscellaneous
1. Primary Documents
15-18 Democratic party election tickets, c. 1904 (2)
15-19 Tax receipts for Ernest Constantin, 1882;
material on estate of Jean Constantin, 1876 (copies);
shares of Paul Leon St. Julien in New Orleans, Opelousas, and Great Western Rail Road Company, 1855 (photostat)
15-20 Hymnbook written by Zelia Rousseau, 1825
15-21 Drawings: tropical beach-front, no artist or date;
2 Paris scenes, 1856
F. Miscellaneous
2. Other
15-22 Confederate Souvenir, Atlanta, n.d.
15-23 Poems: some original, some copies, mainly handwritten
F. Miscellaneous
3. Artifacts
15-24 Notes by LMG about artifacts which belonged to Alexander Mouton
16-01 Medal won by Alexander Mouton in May, 1887 for boat race
16-02 Silver Medal, Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, 1904
16-03 Gold Medal, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904
16-04 Ink stand used by Governor Alexander Mouton at Louisiana Secession Convention, 1861
[on loan to Lafayette Museum at the Alexander Mouton House]
16-05 Paper weight used by Gov. Alexander Mouton at Louisiana Secession Convention, 1861
[on loan to Lafayette Museum at the Alexander Mouton House]
16-06 Mexican coins, 2 coins
16-07 Unknown, probably French
16-loose
Items made by Alexander Mouton in Mexico City, 1883
Box 17 Volume of photographs of Mexico, 1883
U.S. Mint, New Orleans – poster, [1887] [Alexander Mouton depicted]
poor condition, encapsulated
Box 17 CD of photographs scanned by Carl Brasseaux