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Prints, Sketches, and Posters Collection

Collection 182

Prints, Sketches, and Poster. Collection

4 feet, Oversize

This collection contains mainly published prints, sketches, posters, and photographs; and commercial product labels. Many items are pages from nineteenth century illustrated magazines containing prints, photographs or advertisements of South Louisiana scenes and products.

The collection was obtained in part with money donated by Mr. Alan Kiesel and Mr. and Mrs. Armand Brinkhaus. Many items have been purchased from Prints Old & Rare.

Series:

A. Prints  
  1. General  
    a. 20th Century sketches of buildings Map Case 37-01
    b. Reprints 2-03
    c. People and Places  
      1. People 2-04
      2. Acadians 2-05
      3. Blacks 2-06; Map Case 37-02
      4. Places 2-07 through 2-09
    d. Economics  
      1. Cotton 2-10
      2. Moss, Rice and Salt 3-01
      3. Sugar 2-02; Map Case 37-03
    e. Floods and Hurricanes  
      1. Floods 3-02
      2. Hurricanes 3-03
    f. Water: Bayous, Coast, Rivers, and Swamps  
      1. Bayous and Rivers 3-04; Map Case 37-04
      2. Swamps 3-05
    g. Events 3-06; Map Case 37-05
    h. Political Cartoons 3-07; Map Case 37-06
     
  2. Civil War  
    a. 1862, 1865, n.d. 3-08; Map Case 37-07
    b. 1863: January - June 3-09; Map Case 37-08
    c. 1863: July - December 4-01
    d. 1864 4-02; Map Case 37-09
    e. Other 4-03
     
B. Photographs (many in articles)  
  1. People and Places  
    a. Plantations 1-01 through 1-02; Map Case 38-01
    b. People 1-03
  2. Economic Activities  
    a. Oil 1-04
    b. Rice 1-05
    c. Sugar 1-17
    d. Timber 1-06
  3. Other  
    a. Water: hurricanes, navigation, improvements, harbors 1-07
    b. Other 1-08
         
C. Architectural Drawings Map Case 38-02
     
D. Posters  
  1. Events Map Case 38-03
  2. Series Map Case 38-04
    a. Louisiana Department of Tourism Map Case 38-07
  3. Other Map Case 38-05
           
E. Commercial Items  
  1. Product Labels  
    a. Sweet Potatoes 1-09 through 1-12
    b. Other 1-13
  2. Advertisements 1-14
  3. Promotional Materials 1-15; Map Case 38-06
  4. Coupons 1-16
         
F. Evangeline 1-18

Inventory:

A. Sketches and Prints
  1. General
    a. 20th Century Sketches of Buildings
Map Case 37-01
  John Desmond, (1974)
    Courtyard in the French Quarter, New Orleans, La.
    Melrose Plantation, Natchitoches, La.
    Old State Capitol Building, Baton Rouge, La.
    Shadows-on-the-Teche, New Iberia, La.
    Waverly Plantation, Bains, La.
       
  Selected homes, signed by John A. Landry, 1973, [Moved from LaRm F 370 .L27]
    "Acadian Cottage, South Louisiana" numbered 62 of 62
    "Madame John's Legacy 1726, New Orleans, La.," numbered 7 of 62
    "Old Castille Hotel 1835, St. Martinville, La."
    "Parlange 1750, New Roads, La."
    "Plantation Cabin, Southwest La." numbered 22 of 62
    "San Francisco 1850, Reserve, La."
    "Old Segura House 1812, New Iberia, La."
    "Old Darby House 1816, New Iberia, La."
      [for another Landry item see 38-02]
       
  State House 1920, Baton Rouge
   
  Four prints...Around Baton Rouge
    "Old State Capitol"
    "Administration Building, U.S.P.H.S. Hospital, Carville"
    "Oakley Plantation, near St. Francisville"
    "East Feliciana Parish Court House, Clinton"
       
  Guidry, Jr., J.  St. John’s Cathedral, Lafayette  No. ? of 5000
   
  Feigler, Michael E.  “Sketch of an Acadian Home”, 1998  No.40/300
   
  Bertrand, Mary Vincent.  “At Water’s Edge.”  n.d.  (colored print, No. 629 of 2900)
       
A. Prints
  1. General
    b. Reprints
2-03 Souvenir (8) prints of historic steamboat scenes, (no dates) reprinted 1968 by Pelican Printing
    "New Orleans"
    "Scene on the Levee, at New Orleans"
    "The New Orleans French Market - Soldiers Exchanging Rations for Fruit, etc."
    "Battle of New Orleans: From a painting by Merritt Shilg
    "Steam Packet Boat de la Nelle Orleans"
    “King Cotton Captured-The Cotton of the Attakapas Region Pouring into Brashear City, LA," sketched by J. R. Hamilton
      [See also: 37-11]
    "Rescue of Settlers by Night"
    "The Great Mississippi Steamboat Race"
       
  "1875 View of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, From the Mississippi River," by J. P. Davis, reprinted by Merritt Shilg
       
  Suydam, E. H.  New Orleans Street Scene, 1930; inscribed "To Lyle Saxon, without apologies." reprint by Merritt Shilg
      [for other reprints by Merritt Shilg see 37-11; 1-03]
       
A. Prints
  1. General
    c. People and Places
      1.   People
2-04 “John J. Audubon,” Gleason's Pictorial, vol. 6, No. 18, whole;   No.148,  6 May 1854: 1
  "Chahta-Ima, in Indian Dress" Harper's Weekly, 30 July 1887: 537
  “A Creole Pedagogue,” Every Saturday, 10 June 1871: 548
    [located in 37-06]
  "Scene in the Island of Chenier Caminada, in the Gulf of Mexico - Mr. L. Collins, The Mayor, Schoolmaster, and ‘Oldest Inhabitant,’ and a Group of His Pupils and Proteges," from a sketch by James E. Taylor, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1 August 1868: 309
  "The Lacustrine Village of Saint Malo, Louisiana" [Bits of Saint Malo Scenery; Gambling at Saint Malo], Harper's Weekly, March 1883: 197
      See also: 37-04
  “Sunday Amusements in New Orleans - A Creole Night at the French Opera-House - The Cockpit, sketched by Our Special Artist, A. R. Waud, Harper’s Weekly, 21 July 1866: 452
  “Looking Toward Jefferson’s House from Avery’s Island, “The Acadian Land”, p. 345, no date
       
      2.   Acadians
2-05 “Exile of the Acadians,” A. Russell, n.d., no source
  “The Embarkation of the Acadians,” n.d., no source
  “Acadians Hauling Boats - A scene on the Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana,” sketched by A.R. Waud, Harper’s Weekly, 13 October 1866: 645
  “Coming from Church - scene on the Bayou Lafourche", sketched by A. R. Waud, Harper's Weekly, 19 January 1867: 40
  "An Acadian Homestead in Louisiana," sketched by A. R. Waud, Harper's Weekly, 20 July 1867: 460
       
      3.   Blacks
2-06 “Plantation Police, or home guard, examining passes on the road leading to the levee of the Mississippi River,” sketch by F. B. Schell.  The Civil War in the United States, p. 205 (colored)
  “Scene on a Southern Plantation,” sketched by A. W. Thompson, 1868, n.d.
  “Negroes Hiding in the Swamps of Louisiana,” Harper’s Weekly, 10 May 1873: 396
    [See also: 3-07: “Another step Toward Civilization,” Harper’s Weekly, 31 May 1879: 1 (cartoon about Southern Temple of Liberty]
  "Negro sportsmen in Louisiana," drawn by E. W. Kemble, Harper's Weekly, 18 February 1888: 109
  “A Mississippi Coast Peddler,” drawn by E. W. Kemble.  Harper’s Weekly, 3 Nov. 1888: 837   (colored)
     
Map Case 37-02
  “The Emancipation of the Negroes, January, 1863 - The Past and the Future,” drawn by Thomas Nast, Harper’s Weekly, 24 January 1863: 56-57 (colored)
  “Remarkable Exodus of Negroes from Louisiana and Mississippi - Incidents of the Arrival, Support and Departure at St. Louis,” sketches by Special Artist, Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 19 April 1879: 104-105 (colored)
       
  See also: 2-02: “Loading Sugar on the Mississippi River,” 27 Feb. 1858;
3-04: “The Mississippi River Levee System - The Utilization of Convict Labor, 7 April 1883;
3-09: Negroes at work on the canal,” March, 1863;
4-01: “Scene at Tarleton’s Plantation,” 10 Sept. 1864
       
      4.   Places (A-B)
2-07 “Pictures of the South - Baton Rouge, Louisiana [“Baton Rouge, Louisiana; “Scene on the Levee - Loading Ice”]. Harper’s Weekly, 8 Sept. 1866: 564
  “In Southern Louisiana.” drawn by Carles Graham: includes Baton Rouge, The State Capitol; The State University.”  The New South, supplement to Harper’s Weekly, 13 August 1887: 572
    [obverse of “An Old Sugar Plantation”]
       
      4.   Places (C-L, S)
2-08 [for sketch of Centerville 7 Nov. 1863 see 4-01]
  "Mammoth Live Oak on the Banks of Court a Bleau Bayou, Louisiana, from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 19 December 1863: 196
  “Site of Jean Lafitte’s Fort, Grand Terre Island, Louisiana,” from a sketch of James E. Taylor. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 15 June 1867: 197   [also color]
  [for scenes from Lafayette [Vermilionville] during Civil War see 4-01: 28 Nov. 1863 and 4-02: May, 1864]
  [for Opelousas see 37-13: 13 Feb. 1864]
  [for Simmsport see 37-7 [Atchafalaya River view, 1864]]
       
      4.   Places (N)
  [for Natchitoches see 37-13: 7 May 1864]
2-09 “The War in Louisiana - New Iberia,” [October, 1863], no source
    [also 37-12]
  “New Iberia, Louisiana,” sketched by A.R. Waud.  Harper’s Weekly, 11 August 1866: 509, hand colored (2 copies)
  “Flooding of the Mississippi - Scene at New Iberia, Louisiana," Frank Leslie's Illustrite Zeitung, 1874: 316, (text and title in German)
  “Residence of Mrs. Ann Lewis, New Iberia, LA.” no source
    [probably promotional publication of Southern Pacific Railroad]
    (advertisements on back) text article on New Iberia (colored)
  "New Orleans, 1841.  Taken from the Opposite Side a Short Distance Above the Middle or Picayune Ferry," (colored)
  “Street Railroad Car, New Orleans,” from Ballou’s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, 1855 (hand colored wood engraving)
       
A. Prints
  1. General
    d. Economics
      1.   Cotton
2-10 "Cotton Pressing in Louisiana".  Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, [1856]: 236
  “Cotton and Its Future - An Opportunity for Invention.” Scientific American, 1 October 1881: 211 (hand colored)
  “Interior of a Southern Cotton Press drawn by night,” J. O. Davidson, Harper’s Weekly, 24 March 1883: 181
  “Cotton Culture in the South,” drawn by J. O. Davidson. Harper’s Weekly, 23 June 1883: 393   (colored)
  “Cotton Culture in the South, No. 2,” drawn by J. O. Davidson. Harper's Weekly, 7 July 1883: 428   (colored)
  “Cotton Culture in the South, no. 3,” drawn by J. O. Davidson. Harper’s Weekly, 14 July 1883: 440   (hand colored)
  “A Typical Cotton Warehouse,” drawn by Horace Bradley, in The New South, supplement to Harper’s Weekly, 13 August 1887: (569)
    [obverse of “An Old Sugar Plantation”]
       
      2.   Moss Gathering, Rice, Salt
3-01 "Pictures of the South: Gathering Moss on Berwick Bay, Louisiana," sketched by A. R. Waud, Harper's Weekly, 15 September 1866: 580
  "The Moss Gatherers," The Lower Mississippi, [1872]: (272)   [2 copies, 1 colored]
  “The Moss Industry in the South,” drawn by W. P. Snyder. Harper’s Weekly, 2 Sept. 1882: 553   (colored)
       
  “Rice Culture in Louisiana,” from photographs by A.A. Moses. Cutting Rice; The Threshing Mill; Shipping the Crop. Harper’s Weekly, 15 April 1876: 504 hand colored   (2 copies)
   
  “Salt-Mines on Isle Petite Auce [sic], Louisiana,” sketched by A. R. Waud.  Harper’s Weekly, 22 August 1868: 541
  "Salt Mine of Petite Anse," Drawn by Charles Graham from sketches by J. O. Davidson, Harper's Weekly, 28 April 1883: 265   (2 copies: 1 hand colored)
       
      3.   Sugar
2-02 “A Planter’s House and Sugar Plantation on the Mississippi River.” [Gleasons, 8 May 1852]: n.p.  (bottom half of page)
  “Loading Sugar on the Mississippi River.” Ballou’s Pictorial, 27 Feb. 1858: 1
  "Sugar Plantation on the Bayou Teche, Louisiana," sketched by A. R. Waud, Harper's Weekly, 8 December 1866: 780
  “On the Mississippi: The Sugar House, Draining Machine, Louis and Mose.” Every Saturday, 20 May 1871: 480
  “A Sugar House”, in Louisiana, (1871): 705 [hand colored]
  “The Sugar Harvest in Louisiana,” drawn by A. R. Waud, Harper’s Weekly, 30 October 1875: 884
  “The Sugar Industry of Louisiana,” drawn by J. O. Davidson, Harper’s Weekly, 21 July 1883: 452
  "The Sugar Industry of Louisiana, No. 2,” drawn by J. O. Davidson, Harper's Weekly, 28 July 1883: 476
  “A Sugar-House on the Bayou Teche: A Mammoth Cane-Crusher at Work, Shadyside Plantation,” drawn by W. A. Roger. Harper’s Weekly, v. 44, # 2260 (1900): 339
       
Map Case 37-03
  "An Old Louisiana Sugar Plantation," Drawn by John Durkin, The New South, Supplement to Harper's Weekly, 13 August 1887: 570-571
       
    See also: 37-04: Baton Rouge (obverse);
37-5: Cotton, “A Typical Cotton Warehouse” (obverse)
       
A. Prints
  1. General
    e. Floods, Hurricanes and Storms
      1.   Floods
3-02 “The Crevasse, with the Mississippi Beyond”; “The Crevasse, viewed from the Levee”; “The Inundated Territory”, Harper’s Weekly, 29 May 1858: 341 (hand colored)
  “Crevasse on Chim’s Plantation, West Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Harper’s Weekly, 26 May 1866: 329; another copy: “Crevasse on the Lower Mississippi,” from Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War: The War on the Mississippi, 1862: 431 [another copy, 3-08]
  “A storm on the prairies-a scene in Western Louisiana," sketched by A. R. Waud, Harper's Weekly, 6 October 1866: 636 (2 copies: one hand colored and framed)
  “The Landing Near Bonnet Carré,” illustration by Ralph Keeler and A. R. Waud, “On the Mississippi, IV. The Great Crevasse at Bonnet Carre’.” Every Saturday, 10 June 1871: 548
  “Views of the Flood in New Orleans - From Photographs by Clarke: View of Canal Street, Looking Toward Lake Pontchartrain; View on Custom House Street, from Broad Street, Looking Toward the Cemetery; View on Common Street; House of the Good Shepherd.” Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 1 July 1971: 253
  “Flooding of the Mississippi River in South Louisiana," sketch by Adolph Sperber, Frank Leslie's Illustrite Zeitung, 26 May 1888: 389, (in German)
  “The Flood in the Teche Country, Louisiana,” drawn by J. O. Davidson. Harper’s Weekly, 20 March 1884: 204   (colored)
    [For another view of flooding in New Iberia see 2-09]
  “Breaks in Levees Inundate Railways in South-Central Louisiana." Railway Age. May 28, 1927, pp. 1575-1578.
       
      2.   Hurricanes
3-03 "Great Storm - The Destruction of Last Island.” Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 30 August 1856: 192
  "Louisiana. The Recent Inundation and Terrible Loss of Life at Johnson's Bayou - Relief Parties Searching for victims of the Storm". Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 30 October 1886:     169
  "Recent devastating storm on the Gulf Coasts of Louisiana and Mississippi by which over two thousand lives were lost," drawn by Fred B. Schell and E. J. Meeker from sketches by L. D. Sampsell, Frank Leslie's Weekly, 26 October 1893: 269
  “The Recent Tidal-Wave Disaster on the Mississipi and Louisiana Coasts,” Harper’s Weekly, (1893): 1000 (colored)
       
A. Prints
  1. General
    f. Water: Bayous, Coast, Rivers, and Swamps
      1.   Bayous, Rivers and Coasts
3-04 "Louisiana Scenery: The River Bank,” engraved for the Ladies Repository (Cincinnati) from the picture owned by O. F. Lowe, St. Louis Missouri.   no date
  [“River Scene in the Southwest.”] no source, no date
  “Market-Garden on the Coast.” Picturesque America, n.d.: 276   (colored)
   
  “Scene on the Atchafalaya,” “Simmsport,” both from sketches by Lieut. S. S. David. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 9 Jan. 1864: 245
  “A Trip on the Atchafalaya River, drawn by J. O. Davidson, Harper’s Weekly, 14 April 1883: 237    (also colored copy)
   
  "On the Bayou Teche, Louisiana," drawn by J. O. Davidson, Harper's Weekly, 21 April 1883: 249 (2 copies, 1 colored)
  “Bayou Teche.”  illustrating brief description of Franklin, La. in promotional booklet probably from Southern Pacific Railroad. n.d.  (New Iberia advertisements on back)
    [See also: 2-09 and 3-02]
  “Moonlight on the Tech”.  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, p. 242, no date, p. 341
  “A Lumber Station on the Teche”, Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, p. 336, no date
       
  “Visit to a Live-Oak Reservation, Gulf of Mexico,” drawn by J. O. Davidson, Harper’s Weekly, 19 January 1884: 44 [also colored]
       
  “Transatlantic Sketches - The Mississippi River” [“Down the Lower Mississippi from Baton Rouge”; Voyagers Ascending the Lower Mississippi”; “Woodchopper’s Hut, Lower Mississippi”; “The Graveyard, Lower Mississippi”]  The Illustrated London News, 20 April 1858: 377 (colored)
  “The Delta of the Mississippi: Scene at Southwest Bar; Telegraph Station at Southwest Pass; Stake Island; Scene after the Hurricane of October 5,” sketched by B. F. Osbon.  Harper’s Weekly, 9 November 1867: 716   [colored]
  “On the Mississippi: View from the Rear of Colonel Bambright’s Headquarters; The Wreck of the Morgan; The Last of Porter’s Mortar-Boats; Fort Jackson from Fort St. Philip,” sketched by A. R. Waud. Every Saturday, 27 May 1871   [colored]
  “Louisiana - The Mississippi River Levee System - The Utilization of Convict Labor on the Levee Works at Baton Rouge.” sketches by C. Upham, Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 7 April 1883: 108
  “The South Pass Jetties of the Mississippi,” drawn by J. O. Davidson, Harper’s Weekly, 8 December 1883: 788
Map Case 37-04
  “On the Mississippi,” Ralph Keeler and A. R. Waud. Every Saturday, 20 May 1871: 476-477 [hand colored]
       
  “Banks of the Sabine,” n.d., no source
       
      2.   Swamps
3-05 “A Swamp in Louisiana," from a drawing by Mrs. Bodichon, The  Illustrated London News, 23 October 1858: 379   (2 copies, 1 hand colored)
  “Cypress Swamp on the Opelousas Railroad, Louisiana, from a Sketch by A. R. Waud, Harper's Weekly, 8 December 1866: 781  (2 copies)
  “Bear Hunt in a Southern Cane-Brake,” drawn by A. R. Waud. Harper’s Weekly, 22 October 1870: 684   (2 copies)
  “A Cypress Swamp in Louisiana.”  Every Saturday, 5 August 1871: 137
  “Alligator Hunting in Louisiana,” drawn by L. W. Kemble. Harper’s Weekly, 13 October 1888: 781
  “Cypress Swamp,” in Picturesque America, n.d.: 268
  “Magnolia Swamp,” in Picturesque America, n.d.: 270 (2 copies)
       
A. Prints
  1. General
    g. Events
Map Case 37-05
  “The Riot in New Orleans,” [“Murdering Negroes in the Rear of Mechanics’ Institute; Platform in Mechanics’ Institute after the Riot; Interior of Mechanics’ Institute during the Riot; Carrying off the Dead and Wounded - Inhuman Conduct of the Police”] sketched by Theodore R. Davis Harper's Weekly, 25 August 1866: 536-537
       
3-06 “The Battle of New Orleans, Fought January 8, 1815.” Harper’s Weekly, 12 January 1861: 20 (colored)
  “The New Orleans Riot - Care of the Wounded at the Marine Hospital,” sketched by Theodore R. Davis. Harper’s Weekly, 1 September 1866: 556 [colored]
  “The Burning of the Mississippi Steamboat ‘Robert E. Lee,’ September 30, near Yucatan Plantation, Louisiana,” from sketch by Frederick T. Anderson. no source, n.d., n.p.   (½ page)
  “The Louisiana Murders - Gathering the Dead and Wounded,” Harper’s Weekly, 10 May 1873: 397 (colored)
  “The Louisiana Outrages - Attack upon the Police in the Streets of New Orleans", Harper's Weekly, 3 October 1874: 813
  “The Louisiana Returning Board - Taking the oath.”  Harper’s Weekly, 9 December 1876
  “Washington, D.C. - The Members of the Louisiana Returning Board Arraigned Before the Bar of the House of Representatives, January 27th.  Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 17 February, 1877: 1
  “Louisiana. Preliminary Views of the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans,” from sketches by C. Upham. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 13 December 1884: 257; also text article: 261-262
   
A. Prints
  1. General
    h. Political Cartoons
Map Case 37-06
  “Andrew Johnson’s Reconstruction and how it works,” by Thomas Nast, Harper’s Weekly, 1 September 1866: 553
  "The Biggest Swindle on Earth." [Louisiana Lottery] Harper's Weekly, [1890]: 156-157
       
3-07 “To Union Men of New Orleans: Convention or Massacre. Which is More Illegal,” by Thomas Nast. Harper’s Weekly, 8 Sept. 1866: 569
  “Grant's Collection of Monstrosities," by Matt Morgan, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 7 February 1874: 360
  “A Republican Form of Government, and no Domestic Violence”, by Thomas Nast. Harper’s Weekly, 6 March 1875: 192
  “Another Step Toward Civilization,” [Southern Temple of Liberty] by Thomas Nast, Harper’s Weekly, 31 May 1879: 1
       
A. Prints
  2. Civil War
    a. 1862, 1865, n.d.
Map Case 37-07
  "Battle of Baton Rouge,5 August 1862" sketched by Pvt. James J. Kelly, Co. F, 6th Michigan Regiment, reprinted by Merritt Shilg, 5 of 38, [moved from LaRm E 474.11 .K4]
  “Recapture of Baton Rouge, La., December 17th, 1862 -- Federal Troops, Under General Grover, Driving Out the Confederates and Occupying the City,” from The Soldier in Our Civil War, n.d.: 26-27
     
3-08 “Passing up the Bayou,"  no source
  “The Great Naval Battle on the Mississippi - First Day’s Bombardment - Federal Schooners off Forts Jackson and St. Philip, Commanding the Passage of the River,” [April, 1962]  no source   [colored]
  “Landing of Captain Bailey and Lieutenant Perkins on the Levee, New Orleans with a flag of truce, to demand the surrender of the city to the federal government,” no source, n.d.  (Colored)
  “Naval Combat off Fort Wright, in the Mississippi River, May 8, 1862.” Harper’s Weekly, 31 May 1862: 341
  “Crevasse on the Lower Mississippi,” [drawn by A. R. Waud] in Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War: The War on the Mississippi, 1862: 431    (colored)
  “The Battle of Baton Rouge,” sketched from the camp of the Indiana Regiment.”  Harper’s Weekly, 6 Sept. 1862: 564
   
  "Confederate Battleship Standing Off Baton Rouge in The Mississippi River, March 16, 1965"  Photograph by A. D. Lytle, privately printed by Merritt Shilg
       
A. Prints
  2. Civil War
    b. 1863: January - June
Map Case 37-08
  “Bombardment of Port Hudson by Admiral Farragut's Fleet, March 14-15, 1863," sketched by [J.R.] Hamilton, Harper's Weekly, 18 April 1863: 248-249
  Port Hudson: “Bombardment of Port Hudson by Admiral Farragut’s Fleet;” “Assault of the Second Louisiana Colored Regiment on the Confederate Works at fort Hudson, May 27, 1863" from a sketch by our special artist. no source: 440-441 [colored]
   
3-09 “Return of a Foraging Party of the Twenty-Fourth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, with their Spoils, to Baton Rouge, Having Captured Horses, Carts, Wagons, Mules, Contrabands, Provisions, etc., [January, 1863], n.d., no source   (colored)
  “Contrabands Coming into Camp in Consequence of the Proclamation,” drawn by A. R. Waud. Harper’s Weekly, 31 January 1863: 68
  "The War in Louisiana-Sharpshooters of the 75th New York Volunteers picking off the gunners of the Rebel gunboat J. A. Cotton, in the action at Bayou Teche, January 14.," from a sketch by our special artist, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 21 February 1863: 337
  “Our Colored Troops at Work: The First Louisiana Native Guards Disembarking at Fort Macombe, Louisiana,”; “Our Colored Troops - The Line officers of the First Louisiana Native Guards,” Harper's Weekly, 28 February 1863: 133 (2 copies, one hand  colored)
  “Departure of registered enemies of the United States from Fort Hickok in Madisonville, Louisiana”; “Landing of Registered Enemies of the United States at Madisonville, February 2, 1863,” sketches by Special Artist, Harper’s Weekly, 7 March 1863: 156
  “The Advance on Port Hudson: the baggage train of General Augur’s Division crossing the Bayou Montecino, March 13th 1863"; “Lake Providence, Louisiana, Headquarters of General McPherson and the Federal Division under his command.”  No source [colored]
  “Cutting the Levees at Lake Providence,” “The Canal at Lake Providence,” “ A Contraband Volunteer,” “Uncle Jim’s Prisoners”; “A Map Showing the Relative Location of the Proposed Canal, Lake Providence, Bayou Macon, the Tensas, Black, Red, and Atchafalaya Rivers,” Harper’s Weekly, 21 March 1863: 180
  “Break in the Mississippi Levee, near the Canal;” “In the Swamps”; “Bayou Navigation;” “Among the Bayous;” “McClernard’s Corps Marching Through the Bogs.”  Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War for March 1863: 453, 454
  “Negroes at Work on the Canal.” from Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War for March 1863: 458.   (colored)
  “Difficulties of a Working General Among the Bayous;" "Bayou Navigation in Dixie," from a sketch by Mr. Theodore R. Davis, Harper's Weekly, 11 April 1863: 225
  "On Picket Duty in the Swamps of Louisiana," Harper's Weekly, 9 May 1863: 289 [2 copies, 1 colored]
  "Brashear City, Berwick's Bay, La., Base of General Banks's Operations," "The Iron Clad ‘Barrataria’ snagged in Amite River, and attacked by Rebel Guerrillas." from sketches by F. H. Schell, Harper's Weekly, 9 May 1863: 292 [also colored]
  “The Campaign in Louisiana - Battle of Irish Bend, sketched by William M. Hall, 2nd Maine, Harper’s Weekly, 16 May 1863: 316
  "Destruction of the "Queen of the West" by Union Gun-Boats,"
  "Engagement at Butte La Rose (Banks Campaign in Louisiana)."  sketched by Mr. H. Holtz, Harper's Weekly, 30 May 1863: 340 (2 copies: 1 colored)
  "Army of General Banks on the March to Alexandria." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 13 June 1863: 188
  “King Cotton Capture - The Cotton of the Attakapas Region Pouring into Brashear City, LA,” sketched by J. R. Hamilton, Harper’s Weekly, 13 June 1863: 380 (hand colored)
  “Triumphal Entry of the Army of Major-General Banks into Alexandria, Louisiana, May 4, 1863,” from a sketch by J. R. Hamilton, Harper’s Weekly, 20 June 1863: 388; (2 copies, one hand colored); also from Harper’s History of the Great Rebellion: The War on the Mississippi, May, 1863: 461; “Banks’s Army Leaving Simmesport,”: 462  [2 copies]
  “Departure of General Bank's Troops from Simmesport, Louisiana for Port Hudson, 21 May 1863.” sketched by J. R. Hamilton, Harper's Weekly, 20 June 1863: 389  (hand colored) [See also: above entry]
  "Grand Assault of General Augur's Division on the Fortifications of Port Hudson, 27 May, 1863," sketched by J. R. Hamilton, Harper's Weekly, 27 June 1863: 413   (2 copies, one hand colored)
       
A. Prints
  2. Civil War
    c. 1863: July - December
4-01 “View of Springfield Landing below Port Hudson, Louisiana - A Depot of Supplies for Banks’s Army,” from a sketch by J. R. Hamilton; “The Siege of Port Hudson - General Paine’s Head-Quarters at Chambers’s Sugar-House”; “The Siege of Port Hudson - Head-Quarters of General Banks at Riley’s Plantation.” Harper’s Weekly, 11 July 1863: 437   (colored)
  "The Bombardment of Port Hudson: The 100-Pound Parrott Gun of the ‘Richmond’ at Work," sketched by an Officer of the Navy, Harper's Weekly, 18 July 1863: 449
  "Port Hudson From the Opposite Bank of The River," “The Union Forces Entering the Breast-Works to Take Possession of Port Hudson, July 9, 1863," from a sketch by J. R. Hamilton, Harper's Weekly, 8 August 1863: 500
  “Funeral of the Late Captain Cailloux, First Louisiana Volunteers (Colored),” sketched by a Native Guard; “Rebel Prisoners in the New Orleans Custom-House,” sketched by J. R. Hamilton. Harper’s Weekly, 29 August 1863
  "Nathaniel P. Banks," “Map of Louisiana,” Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War, September 1863: 577-578
  "Bank's Army Crossing Vermilion Bayou, October 10th, 1863," from a sketch by C. E. F. Bonwill, The Soldier in Our Civil War: 192
  “The War in Louisiana - The Army of General Banks Crossing Vermilion Bayou, October 10th, 1863"; “The War in Mississippi - General McPherson’s Army Crossing the Big Black, at Messenger’s Ferry, Thursday, October 15th, 1863.” no source: 410   [colored]
  "The War in Louisiana - The 3rd Engineers (Corps D'Afrique), Col. G. D. Robinson, removing obstruction from the Bayou Teche, at Cornie's Bridge, Sept. 25"; "Arrival of the Steamer A. G. Brown at Tarleton Plantation, Bayou Teche, with supplies for General Weitzel"; "Centerville, La occupied by the 116th New York, Col. Love, Sept 28", all sketches by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 7 November 1863" 108
  “The War in the Southwest: Adjutant-General Thomas addressing the Negroes in Louisiana on the duties of freedom,” from photograph. Harper’s Weekly, 14 November 1863: 721 [2 copies, 1 colored]
  "The War in Louisiana - New Iberia," from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,14 November 1863; also n.d., no source
  "The War in Louisiana - The wreck of the Gunboat Cotton in the Bayou Teche," from a sketch by our special artist, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 14 November 1863: 125
  “The War in the Southwest - Guerrillas Hunting Union Men with Blood-Hounds,” Harper's Weekly, 21 November 1863: 749    (2 copies, 1 hand colored)
  "The War in Louisiana - Signalling from the Catholic Church, Vermilionville," sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill; “Skirmish at Cretien's Plantation, near Carrion Crow Bayou, the Rebels shelled and driven from their position by the 116th New York, Col. Love," sketch by our special artist, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 28 November 1863: 156
  “The War in Louisiana - Scenes in Banks’s Expedition: Franklin, LA., Ruins of Rebel Gunboat Hart, Slabtown,” sketches by C. E. H. Bonwill. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 21 Nov. 1863: 132 (colored)
  "The War in Louisiana - Battle of Grand Coteau, La., Nov. 3: furious rebel attack on the 60th Indiana, Col. Owen," from a sketch by our special artist, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 12 December 1863: 188 [also colored]
  "The War in Louisiana - Battle of Grand Coteau, Louisiana Nov. 3 -  Capture of the 67th Indiana by the Texas Mounted Infantry," from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 12 December 1863: 189
  "The War in Louisiana - General Franklin's Army crossing the Prairie in Lafayette Parish, Nov. 16," from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 26 December 1863: 209 (hand colored); Frank Leslie's Illustrated History of the Civil War: 494 (2 copies; one hand colored)
       
A. Prints
  2. Civil War
    d. 1864
Map Case 37-09
  "The War on the Red River - Admiral Porter's Fleet Passing through Col. Bailey's Dam Above Alexandria, May 1864, After Safely Getting over the Rapids by its Means", from a sketch by C. E. W. Bonwill, Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 16 July 1864: 265
       
4-02 "Catholic Church at Opelousas, Louisiana," from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 13 February 1864: 324
  “Capture of Fort De Russy, La., March 15th by the Federal Forces under General Andrew Jackson Smith, from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, in The Soldier in Our Civil War: 196 (colored); also “Ersturmung von Fort De-Roussen, Louisiana, durch Foderale Truppen unter General A. F. Smith."  Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 14 March 1864: 152
  “The War in Louisiana - Admiral Porter’s Fleet Above the Rapids of Red River,” from a sketch by C.E.H. Bonwill, n.d.,[1864], no source [Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper]
  “Admiral Porter’s Fleet on Red River”; “Plan of Fort De Russy.” Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, [March 1864]: 584
  “General Banks Crossing the Cane River” (colored); “Porter’s Fleet Passing the Dam at Alexandria.”  Harper’s Pictorial History of  the Civil War for March 1864: 584
  “View of Natchitoches,” from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 7 May 1864: 97
  “Union Scouts in Louisiana, Harper’s Weekly, 7 May 1864: 289
  "Sugarhouse of Ex-Governor Mouton, at Vermilion[ville], La.," from a sketch by Lieutenant S. S. David; “Major-General Banks and Staff," from a photograph by E. Jacobs, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 14 May 1864: 113
  "Residence of Ex-Governor Alex. Mouton, Vermilion Bayou, LA.," from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 14 May 1864: 116
  “Union Refugees in the Swamps of Louisiana,” Harper's Weekly, 14 May 1864: 313 [colored]
  “Foraging in Louisiana, Harper’s Weekly, 14 May 1864: 316 (colored)
  “Rebel Attack on Gen. Lee’s Wagon Train at Mansfield, LA, April 8,” from a sketch by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 21 May 1864: 129 (colored); also “Ungriff der confoderirten auf einen foderalen wagentrain bei Mansfield, LA. Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 21 May 1864: 244; also “Confederate Attack on General Lee's Wagon Train at Mansfield, La. April 8,1864,” from a sketch by C. E.   F. [sic] Bonwill in The Soldier in Our Civil War: 201 (colored)
  “The War in Louisiana - Grand Encore, the Base of Operations of General Banks,” “The Fortifications at Grand Encore - The First Missouri Battery,” “Landing Supplies at Grand Encore,” from sketches by C. E. H. Bonwill. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 21 May 1864: 140   [colored]
  "The War in Louisiana - The Corps d'Afrique (3rd Engineers) Entrenching on Vermillion Bayou,"; “The U. S. Barracks at Brownsville, Destroyed by the Rebels," from sketches by C. E. H. Bonwill, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 11 June 1864: 188
  “The War in Louisiana - scene at Tarleton's Plantation, Bayou Teche,” from a sketch by our special artists, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 10 September 1864: 385
  “Harry Davis Capturing the Battle-Flag of the Thirteenth Louisiana Regiment at the Battle of Ezra Church,” Harper’s Weekly, 17 September 1864: 1
       
A. Prints
  2. Civil War
    e. Other
4-03 "The Battle of Bisland - April 12-13, 1863," [Reenactment, Patterson, La, 16-17 March 1991] signed by Alice Gibson, 54 of 460
  "The Battle of Brashear - June 23, 1863," 1st re-enactment, Morgan City 23-24 signed by Alice Gibson, June 1990, numbered 253 of 570.
    [donated by Cyrus Provost, Morgan City, LA]
       
B. Photographs
  1. People and Places
    a. Plantations
1-01 Gleason, David King.  Manor Houses on the Bayous, Portfolio VI (1977) No 80 of 3500 copies  [was cataloged: LaRm F 370 .G53]
    Arlington (Franklin)
    Bayside (near Jeanerette)
    Chretien Point (near Sunset)
    Darby House (near New Iberia)
    Live Oaks (near Rosedale)
    Macland (near Washington)
    Magnolia Ridge (Washington)
    Mound House (near Maringouin)
    Oaklawn Manor (near Franklin)
    Parlange (near New Roads)
    Shadows-on-the-Teche (New Iberia)
    Trinity (near Rosedale)
     
  Gleason, David King.  Plantation Homes of Pointe Coupee, Portolio XIII (1984) No. 1438 of 2500 copies [was cataloged as LaRm F 370 .G5620 1984]
    Bonnie Glen (near New Roads)
    Charladel (on False River)
    El Dorado
    Glynnwood
    Lakeside House
    LeJeune House (New Roads)
    Old Hickory
    Parlange
    Pleasant View (Oscar)
    Riverlake
    Valverda
       
Map Case 38-01
  Gleason, David King. Linwood Plantation, 1836, East Feliciana Parish
       
1-02 Plantations
    Acadian House museum in Longfellow-Evangeline Park, St. Martinville
       
B. Photographs
  1. People and Places
    b. People
1-03 Autographed photograph of Governor Huey P. Long. Reprinted by Merritt Shilg
  Governor Earl K. Long, Peapatch Farm, May 1956.  Reprinted by Merritt Shilg
       
B. Photographs
  2. Economic Activities
    a. Oil
1-04 “The Greatest Oil-Well Fire on Record: Gusher No. 2 in the Jennings Oil-Field...”  Leslie’s Weekly, 14 August 1902: 149
  "Burning Oil Gusher, Jennings, Louisiana," Scientific American, 23 August 1902: 125
  “An Oil-Gusher on Fire,” Harper's Weekly, p.1142, [n.d.]
       
B. Photographs
  2. Economic Activities
    b. Rice
1-05 “Irrigation Farming in the Southwest,” Scientific American, 26 January 1901: 53
  "Rice-Growing in the United States," Harper's Weekly, [19 April 1902]: 495
  "Rice Culture in the United States," Harper's Weekly, [1902]: 1742
  “An Irrigation Plant on the Mermentau River,” illustrates article
  “Something New in the Southwest,” Harper’s Weekly, n.d. (2 copies)
   
B. Photographs
  2. Economic Activities
    c. Sugar
1-17 “A Louisiana Sugar Plantation.”  no source, (1894)
  “Sugar Making in Louisiana,” Harper’s Weekly, n.d.: 760
  “Sugar-Making in Louisiana”, 1887 (3 copies)
  “Sugar-Cane and Sugar-Making”, by William Hosea Ballou, 1890
       
B. Photographs
  2. Economic Activities
    d. Timber
1-06 “Spanish Moss Near Baton Rouge, Louisiana.” no source, (1860)
  “Typical Wet Cypress Swamp-St. John Baptist Parish, Louisiana," illustrated article on “Cypress.”  The Timberman, 21 August 1897: 142
  “Turpentine Orcharding in Louisiana.”  Scientific American Supplement 1095, 26 December 1896: 17502; “Tools Used in Turpentine Orcharding”; “Improved Method of Turpentine Orcharding,” Scientific American Supplement, No. 1095, 26 December 1896, page 17503
  “Timber Construction Proves Most Economical”, Southern Pacific Builds Roundhouse and Other Buildings of Wood After Careful Investigation, Railway Age, v.77, no.16, pp. 677-680.
       
B. Photographs
  3 Other
1-07 "The Recent Tidal Wave Disaster on the Mississippi and Louisiana Coast," [some sketches], Harper's Weekly, n.d.: 998  (2 copies)
    (Scenes of Chandeleur Island; Grand Isle; Chenier Caminada; Back Bay, and Biloxi, Mississippi)
   
  “The High-Water Fight along the Mississippi - The Work on the Levees.”  Harper’s Weekly, 8 May 1897: 472
   
  "Improving Bayou Plaquemine: Showing the Force of the Current and Drift." no source (1891)
  "Improving Bayou Plaquemine: Showing the Manner of Sinking a Wide Crib." no source (1891)
  "Improving Bayou Plaquemine: Showing the Method of Sinking a Narrow Crib."  no source (1891)
  “A Little World”, 1881. Louisiana.  Salt-works at Petite Anse
  “The Alligator Hunters of Louisiana, in the Logoons of the Tidewater Wilderness, pp. 399-406. Volume 47.
  “Down in Muskrat Land, by Bob Becker.  Hunter-Trader-Trapper, pp. 7-10, no date
  “Alligator Hunters of Louisiana”, p. 407
  “Preliminary Examination of Bayou Des Glaises, Louisiana, with a View to Establishing Locks”.  April 12, 1889.  Report of the Chief of  Engineers, U.S. Army.
  “The Acadians of Louisiana”, by R.L. Daniels, Scribner’s Magazine, v. 19, pp. 383-392, 1879-1880. (2 copies)
  “The Acadian Tragedy”. Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, pp. 877-886.
  "Ibis-Shooting in Louisiana." Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, pp. 768-772
       
1-08 USS Sculpin (SS(N)590), Built by the Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation. Commission 1 June 1961, Pascagoula, Mississippi.  20.5"x15"
       
C. Architectural Drawings
Map Case 38-02
  Unidentified house, signed by John A. Landry
    elevations; floor plan
  [for other Landry material see Map Case 37-01]
     
D. Posters
  1. Events
Map Case 38-03
  Crowley Rice Festival
    44th International Rice Festival, October 16-18, 1980
      signed by Earl L. Heling,   no. 453 of 500
       
  Lafayette Natural History Museum and Planetarium [exhibit posters]
    "1776-1976: 200 Years of Life & Change in Louisiana." April 11 - September 30, 1976
    "Rain or Shine Louisiana Weather."  September 9, 1983 - January 29, 1984
       
  Lafayette Reggae and Cultural Festival, n.d.   Drawn by Aldox
    42"x52" laminated [rolled in tube adjacent to Map Cabinet]
       
  “Louisiana Legend,” Monroe, Louisiana: Summer, 1979, drawn by M. Atkins
   
  “Louisiana World Exposition: 19 New Orleans 84" drawn by Hugh Ricks
    13 3/4 x 27 1/4 [woman holding globe with waterfall; night sky; beginning of stream with cattails]
  Louisiana World’s Fair: New Orleans, 1984.”  Blaine Kern Artists, Inc., 1984: printed by Walle Corp, Metairie, LA.
    [Neptune and mermaid riding alligators] 20" x 24"
       
D. Posters
  2. Series
Map Case 38-04
  Lafayette Natural History Museum. “The People of Southwest Louisiana”: series of posters produced through Title VII. ESAA; 29"x22"
    young family, from photo by Elemore Morgan, Sr.
    man playing harmonica, from photo by Elemore Morgan, Sr.
    older and younger man sitting together, from photo by Morgan, Sr.
    older man in rocking chair, from photo by Danny Barnhill
    old woman at window, from photo by Elemore Morgan, Sr.
    two women in front of house: one with umbrella, from photo by Elemore Morgan, Sr.
    women at tea, from photo by Elemore Morgan, Sr.
    young woman, from photo by Frank Golden
    oil workers, from photo by Elemore Morgan, Sr.
     
  Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (Baton Rouge, LA)
    “Amphibians of Louisiana,” illustrated by Eugene C. Beckham. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, 1989. (moved from LaRm QL 643 .A664 1989]
    “Common Freshwater Fish of Louisiana,” illustrated by Duane Raver, Jr., ibid, 1980  (moved from LaRm QL 617 .2 .C656 1980)
    “Common Offshore Fish of Louisiana,” illustrated by Duane Raver, Jr., ibid., 1980  (moved from LaRm QL 621.56 .C656 1980)
    “Common Saltwater Fish of Louisiana,” illustrated by Duane Raver, Jr., ibid., 1980.  (moved from  LaRm QL 628 .L8C656 1980)
    “Common Snakes of Louisiana,” illustrated by Eugene C. Beckham. ibid., 1980.  (moved from LaRm QL 666 .O6C65 1980)
    “Turtles of Louisiana,” illustrated by Eugene C. Beckham. ibid., 1989.  (moved from LaRm QL 666 .C5G87 1989)
    “Waterfowl of Louisiana,” illustrated by Angus Shortt, Courtesy of Ducks Unlimited Canada. ibid., 1990
  (moved from LaRm SK 331 .W274 1990)
       
D. Posters
  2. Series
    a. Louisiana Department of Tourism
Map Case 38-07
  Louisiana Department of Tourism, [1980s]   (all 24" x 36")
    “Louisiana: A State of Excitement”
      Joseph Jefferson Garden Estate: Jefferson Island
       
    “Louisiana: A Dream State”
      Oak Alley (location not given)
      Atchafalaya River Basin
         [these two items taped back-to-back]
       
D. Posters
  3. Other
Map Case 38-06
  “Cajun Louisiana.”  n.d.  21"x27" signed by Conley Clark
   
  “Lafayette: The Heart of Acadiana,” 1986 (map, not to scale, emphasizes advertisers), drawn by David Alpha; copyright by Mountain Graphics, TX      22 7/8" x 35 ½ “
  Lafayette Roughnecks: Inaugural Season, 2001     18.25" x 22"
   
E. Commercial Items
  1. Product Labels
    a. Sweet Potatoes
1-09 A-F
    Acadiana Sweet Brand   [L&R Produce & Trucking Co., Church Point]
    Angus Bull   [The Wimberley Co., Inc., Church Point]
    B & B [Louis and Ira Burleigh, Opelousas]
    Bob’s Best Brand   [Dupuis Produce Co., Breaux Bridge]
    Bosco Beauties   [Begnaud-Martinez, Inc., Carencro]
    Brenda Fayes Best   [St. Landry Packing Co., Sunset]
    Center O’Gold,  [Castille & Gonsoulin, Sunset]
    Champ   [Dupuis Produce Co., Breaux Bridge] (2 copies)
    Church Point Brand   [Smith Bros., Co., Church Point]
    Cloverland   [John Conque & Sons, Lafayette]
    Coon   [LaHaye Bros., Leonville]
    Coronet Brand Louisiana Golden Yams (Church Point, LA)
    Da-Wabbit Brand  [Ira Burleigh packed, Opelousas; Lewisburg, shipping point] (2 copies)
    Deer Mark   [Opelousas Sweet Potato Co., Sunset]
    Don’t Cry   [Irvin Wimberly, Church Point]
    Dove   [Church Point Packers, Inc. Church Point]
    Dunbar’s Brand Louisiana Sweet Potatoes.  (New Iberia, LA)
    Evangeline  [Alvin Stanford, Chataignier]
    F & B Brand   [Friedman & Broussard, Lafayette]
    Family Treat  [Ira Burleigh, packed in Opelousas; shipping in Lewisburg]
    Fireside   [LaHaye Brothers, Leonville]
       
1-10 G-L
    Gene-O   [Opelousas Sweet Potato Co., Sunset]
    Grand Champion [blue label]  [Opelousas Sweet Potato Co., Sunset]
    Grand Champion (orange label)   (2 copies)
    Grand Point   [Dupuis Produce Company, Breaux Bridge]
    Har-Sco   [Hardy Brothers, Arnaudville]
    Hardy’s   [Hardy Brothers, Arnaudville]   (2 copies)
    Honey Bee [Smith Bros. Co., Church Point]
    Ilene [Sam Gothelf, Lafayette]
    Jack Rabbit   [Walter J. Sibille, Inc., Sunset]
    Jaguar Brand   [Elton Smith, Church Point] (2 copies)
    Jay Bird, [Dupuis Produce Company, Breaux Bridge]
    Joe Ori   [Dupuis Produce Co., Breaux Bridge]
    Joe Sammy’s   [Richard & Smith, Sunset]
    Judy  [Sam Gothelf packed in Carencro]
    Ken Kat   [W.K. Catching Co., Carencro]   (2 copies)
    King Brand   [St. Landry Packing Co., Inc., Sunset]
    LA-ARK Brand   [J.C. Sowell and Son, Oak Grove, LA - Eudora, AR.]
    Lagrange Sweets   [Alfred Lagrange Inc., Opelousas]
    Lanse-Aux-Paille  [Alvin Stanford, Chataignier]
    Liberty  [John Conque & Sons, Lafayette]   2 copies
    Lily  [Friedman & Broussard, Lafayette]  4 copies
    Louisiana Beauty  [Smith Bros. Produce, Inc., Church Point]
    Louisiana Golden Power  [Friedman & Broussard, Lafayette] 3 copies
    Louise Anna  [Alfred LaGrange Inc., Opelousas]
       
1-11 M-R
    Mais Oui (May We)   [St. Landry Packing Co. Inc, Sunset]
    Marquis,  [John A. Chachere, Opelousas]
    Oh-Boy Brand  [Louis & Ira Burleigh, packed in Opelousas; shipped from Lewisburg]
    Oscar  [Oscar J. Cormier, Opelousas]
    Peter Piper Potato  [Charles Bourque, Lewisburg]
    Port’s [Opelousas Sweet Potato Co., Sunset] (2 copies)
    Possum  [La Haye Bros, Leonville]
    Pride of the Farm   [Friedman & Broussard, Lafayette] (3 copies)
    Princess  [Sam Gothelf, Lafayette]
    Pure Winner [Opelousas Sweet Potato Co., Sunset]
    Ruby  [Arthur A. Thibodeaux, Church Point]
    Runner Up Brand  [Opelousas Sweet Potato Co., Sunset]
    Rusty Brand  [Leroy Lebleu, Church Point]
       
1-12 S-W
    St. Landry Beauties   [Oscar J. Cormier, Opelousas]  2 copies
    Sandy Loam   [Friedman & Broussard, Lafayette]
    Smitty Brand   [Elton Smith, Church Point]
    Smoky Jim’s   [M. Richard & Son, Sunset]
    Sugarland   [Elton Smith, Church Point]
    Sunset Favorites   [Castille & Gonsoulin, Sunset]
    Sunset Packers   [M. Richard & Son, Sunset]
    Sweet Laurette   [Luke Martin Co., Bunkie and Forrest
    Sweet Lue [Dupuis Produce Company, Breaux Bridge]
    Sweet Magnolia Brand   [Oscar J. Cormier, Opelousas]
    Teche Valley Louisiana Golden Yams (whole sweet potatoes New Iberia)
    Victorious Brand   [St. Landry Packing Co., Inc., Sunset]
    Vitamin   [Friedman and Broussard, Lafayette]
       
E. Commercial Items
  1. Product Labels
    b. Other labels
1-13   Red Devil Household Fly-Killer. Red Devil Chemical Co., Opelousas, LA
    Goleta Brand, famous Santa Barbara County Lemons  [Goleta, CA]
    Poor Boy cut Beets.  Contents:  1 pound (10 copies)
    Café’ Coule Coffee.  Net weight:  one pound.  Served in the finest establishments in the south.  Packaged in Lafayette, La.
    Evangeline Brand Ground Red Pepper.  Put up by Evangeline Food Products, Ed. Bulliard, St. Martinville, La.
    Durand’s Brand cut green beans with small new irish potatoes.  Distributed by:  Pine Grove Canning Company, Inc. St. Martinville, La.  Contents:  15.5 oz.
    Coronet Brand Cut okra & Tomato.  Church Point Wholesale Grocery Co. Contents:  15.5 oze.
    Dunbar’s Brand Cut Okra.  Packed by New Iberia Canning Co., Inc.
    Teche Valley Cut Okra and Tomatoes.  Packed by New Iberia Canning Co.,  Net weight:  1 pound.
    Bullard’s Acadian Syrup.  Packed by Evangeline Pepper and Food Products, Inc. St. Martinville, La.
    Old Tom Brand Pure Cane Syrup.  Packed by Evangeline Pepper & Food Products.  Contents:  12 oz.
    One half gallon Syrup, made from pure Louisiana Sugar Cane juice. Nothing added. Manufactured expressly for Senator Dudley J. Leblanc.  Lafayette, LA.
    Kary-On Tonic.  LeBlanc Medicine Co., Inc. Lafayette, LA (2 copies)
       
E. Commercial Items
  2. Advertisements
1-14 Avondale Marine Ways, Inc. (New Orleans, La.) “Avondale...At the Gateway to the Tidelands.” [1957]
   
  Louisiana Red Cypress Bureau (New Orleans, La.) “The Coming of the ‘Cajuns’” in The Literary Digest, 30 October 1926: 59
  "Louisiana Red Cypress Manufacturers," in The Timberman, 9 January, 1897: 35
   
  McIlhenny’s Tabasco (New Iberia, La.) “McIlhenny’s Tabasco Sauce.” Harper’s Magazine Advertiser, n.d.
  “Restaurant Normandie”, U.S. Highway 90, East of Lafayette, LA. Menu. no date.
  “Don’s Seafood Inn, Lafayette, LA.  Menu, no date
  “Don’s Seafood Inn”, Lafayette, LA. Menu, no date
  “Don’s Seafood & Steakhouse, Baton Rouge, LA.  Menu, no date
       
E. Commercial Items
  3. Promotional Materials
1-15 [St. Martinville] Weekly Messenger. “St. Martinville, La.: The Shrine of Evangeline.”  n.d.
       
  4. Coupons
1-16 Penicke & Fort, LTD. Co-operative Premium coupon, New Orleans, La. (5 coupons)
       
Map Case 38-05
  Louisiana Department of Commerce and Industry (Baton Rouge, La.). “Louisiana: Eldorado of Farm Chemurgy.”  c. 1939 [pamphlet]
     
F. Evangeline
1-18 “Evangeline.” Engraved, by J.H. Baker, from the Statue by S. F. Lynn. London Virtue and Company   [2 copies]
       
  “Evangeline.” Drawn by Jane Benham, engraved by W. T. Green, from The Art Journal, [v.12, 1850]
       
  “Gabriel and Evangeline.” Frank Dicksee, Artist, Photogravure Soupil & Co., Printed on the Hess Press
   
  The Home of Evangeline, ‘In the Acadian Land.’”  Lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1864 (reprint)
   
  Fox Entertainment. “Evangeline, The Beautiful Maid of Fair Acadie lives for all time on the screen.” from The Delineator, January, 1920: 45
  “Evangeline in Louisiana”, by George R. Morris.  Pp. 22-24, no other information given.