Sources for Biographical References in the Obituary Index

Along with references to obituaries and death notices appearing in New Orleans newspapers, the Index also provides references to biographical information about (and sometimes images of) Louisianians taken from more than 250 titles that were part of NOPL's book and periodical and government document collections in the mid-1940's to the mid-1960's.

The exact selection criteria used by the indexers during this time period is now unclear. We can not say why they chose to index the titles they did, nor do we know precisely how they chose individual names to include. We do know, however, that some of the titles listed below were indexed thoroughly, while others were indexed much more selectively. Some of the titles indexed are no longer in the Louisiana Division's collections, and we have not always been able to provide full bibliographic references for those titles.

Researchers should be aware that the fact that a work appears in the list should not imply that the Index picks up every Louisiana name included in the source. Researchers should also note that this list may not be a complete list of all the titles indexed; now that the database is complete, we hope to soon be able to do a more thorough check of the titles included.

In the list that follows, an asterix (*) indicates an incomplete or questionable bibliographic reference.

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Alderman, Edwin Anderson et al., eds. Library of Southern Literature. Ed. de luxe. 16 vols. New Orleans: Martin and Hoyt Co., 1908-1913.

* American Catholic Who's Who. 1938-39.

American Historical Society. Louisiana. Chicago: American Historical Society, 1925.

American Red Cross. Southeast Louisiana Chapter. Report of the New Orleans Chapter of the American Red Cross. New Orleans: the Chapter, 1919.

* American Sugar Refining Company. Annual Report, 1919-1933.

* American Women. 1937-38, 1939-40.

* America's Young Men. 1936-37

* Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. Ed. James Grant Wilson and John Fiske. New York: D. Appleton. (1887, 1888)

Arthur, Stanley Clisby and George Campbell Huchet de Kernion, comps. and eds. Old Families of Louisiana. New Orleans: Harmanson, 1931.

Arthur, Stanley Clisby. Audubon, An Intimate Life of the American Woodsman. New Orleans: Harmanson, 1937.

Arthur, Stanley Clisby. The Story of the Battle of New Orleans. New Orleans: Louisiana Historical Society, 1915.

Asbury, Herbert. The French Quarter: An Informal History of the New Orleans Underworld. Garden City, N.Y.: Garden City Pub. Co., 1936.

Audubon, John James. Journal of John James Audubon Made during His Trip to New Orleans in 1820-21. ed. Howard Corning. Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes, 1929.

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Barel, Leona. The Idyl, My Personal Reminiscences of Lafcadio Hearn. Kanda, Tokyo, Japan: Hokuseido Press, 1933.

Baroncelli, Joseph Gabriel de. Annee 1791. Le Theatre-Francais a la Nlle Orleans. Nouvelle Orleans: Imprimerie G. Muller, 1906.

* Bartlett, Napier. Military Record of Louisiana (In Louisiana Troops in the West Brigade of the Army of Tennessee).

Basso, Hamilton. Beauregard, The Great Creole. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1933.

Baudier, Roger. Historical Sketch of the St. Louis Cathedral of New Orleans. The First Ursuline Convent and the Mortuary Chapel. New Orleans, 1938.

Baudier, Roger. The Catholic Church in Louisiana. New Orleans: Baudier, 1939.

Bauerlein, George Wallace. The Book of New Orleans and the Industrial South . . . New Orleans: Printed by Searcy and Pfaff, 1919.

Belisle, John G. History of Sabine Parish, Louisiana, From the First Explorers and Settlers to the Present. Many, La.: Sabine Banner Press, 1912.

Beluche, Isidro Antonio. Renato Beluche, Capitan de Navio. Panama: Talleros Graficos, n.d.

Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Louisiana . . . . 2 vols. Chicago: The Goodspeed Publishing Co. 1892.

* Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Poets.

* Biographical Directory of the American Congress.

* Biographical Encyclopedia of the World. 1st Ed., 1940.

Blain, Hugh Mercer. A Near Century of Public Service in New Orleans. New Orleans: New Orleans Public Service, 1927.

* The Blue Book of American Aviation.

Bradley, Omar Nelson. A Soldier’s Story. New York: Holt, 1951.

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Cable, George Washington. The Creoles of Louisiana. New York: Scribners, 1884.

* Cadillac. Bienville, Jean Baptiste LeMoyne, Sieur de . 1931.

Caskey, Willie Malvin. Secession and Restoration of Louisiana. Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana State University Press, 1938.

Castellanos, Henry C. New Orleans As It Was. Episodes of Louisiana Life. 2nd ed. New Orleans: L. Graham Printers, 1905.

* Cattell, J. McKeen. Leaders in Education. 1941.

* Caughey, John Walton. Bernardo de Galves in Louisiana, 1776-1783. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1934.

Caulfield, Ruby Van Allen. French Literature of Louisiana. New York: Institute of French Studies, Columbia University, 1929.

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, ed. Universities and Their Sons: History, Influence and Characteristics of American Universities. . . 5 vols. Boston: R. Herndon Co., 1898-1900.

Chambers, Henry E. A History of Louisiana—Wilderness—Colony—Province—Territory—State--People. 3 vols. Chicago: The American Historical Society, 1925.

Chambon, Celestin M. In And Around the Old St. Louis Cathedral of New Orleans. New Orleans: Phillippe’s Printery, 1908.

Chambon, Celestin M. St. Louis Cathedral and Its Neighbors. 2nd ed. Rev. and edited by James J.A. Fortier. New Orleans: Louisiana State Museum, 1938.

Chartres, Samuel Barclay. Jazz: New Orleans, 1885-1957: An Index to Negro Musicians of New Orleans. Belleville, N.J.: W.C. Allen, 1958.

Chase, John Churchill. Frenchmen, Desire, Good Children and Other Streets of New Orleans. 1st ed. New Orleans: Crager, 1949.

Choctaw Club of Louisiana, New Orleans. Club Life, A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Southern Clubdom. n.p.: n.p., 1902.

Claiborne, William C. C. Official Letter Books of W. C.C. Claiborne, 1801-1816. ed. Dunbar Rowland. Jackson, Miss.: State Department of Archives and History, 1917.

Cline, Isaac M. Art and Artists in New Orleans During the Last Century. New Orleans: n.p., 1922.

Cline, Isaac M. Contemporary Art and Artists in New Orleans. New Orleans: n.p., 1924.

Cline, Rodney. Builders of Louisiana Education: Sketches of Some of the Persons Who Have Made Significant Contributions to Education in Louisiana. Baton Rouge, La.: Bureau of Educational Materials and Research, Louisiana State University, 1963.

Cohen’s New Orleans Directory, Including Jefferson City, Gretna, Carrollton, Algiers and McDonogh, 1854-1855. New Orleans: Daily Delta printers, 1854.

Coleman, William Head. Historical Sketch Book and Guide to New Orleans and Environs . . . New York: W.H. Coleman, 1885.

* Coleman-Humano Society. Leaders in America.

Colored Civic League of New Orleans. Colored New Orleans: High Points of Negro Edeavor. New Orleans: Colored Civic League of New Orleans, 1922-23.

Confederate States of America. Army. Washington Artillery Battalion (New Orleans, La.) Washington Artillery Souvenir. New Orleans: n.p., 1894.

* Congressional Directory. 1937.

Contractors and Dealers Exchange, New Orleans, La. Architectural New Orleans. [New Orleans, 1908?]

Coulter, E. Merton, ed. The Other Half of Old New Orleans: Sketches of Characters and Incidents from the Recorder’s Court of New Orleans from the Eighteen Forties as Reported in the “Picayune.” Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana State University Press, 1939.

Creole, Tourists Guide and Sketch Book to the City of New Orleans. New Orleans: n.p., 1910(?)

Cruchet, Rene. En Louisiane . . . [Bordeaux:] Delmas, 1937. [The index references the 1875 edition]

Curtis, Nathaniel Courtlandt. New Orleans: Its Old Houses, Shops, and Public Buildings. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1933.

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Dabney, Thomas Ewing. The Industrial Canal and Inner Harbor of New Orleans: History, Description and Economic Aspects of Giant Facility Created to Encourage Industrial Expansion and Develop Commerce. New Orleans: n.p., 1921.

* Daughters of the American Revolution. Louisiana Society. Sketches of Louisiana Women. Comp. Mrs. Howard H. Bull.

Davis, Edwin Adams. The Story of Louisiana. 3 vols. New Orleans: J. F. Hyer Pub. Co., 1960.

* Davis, Ellis Arthur. The Historical Encyclopedia of Louisiana. 2 vols. Louisiana Historical Bureau, n.d.

De Menil, Alexander Nicolas. The Literature of the Louisiana Territory. St. Louis, Mo.: St. Louis News Co., 1904.

* DeBow’s Review.

Deiler, J. Hanno. Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German Descent. Philadelphia: American Germanica Press, 1909.

Delery, Simone de la Souchere and Gladys Anne Renshaw. France D’Amerique. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1932.

Dennett, Daniel. Louisiana As It Is . . . New Orleans: Eureka Press, 1876.

* Dictionary of American Biography.

Dorsey, Sarah A. Recollections of Henry Watkins Allen, Brigadier-General Confederate States Army, Ex- Governor of Louisiana. New Orleans: J.A. Gresham, 1866.

du Ru, Paul. Journal of Paul du Ru, Missionary Priest of Louisiana. Trans. Ruth Lapham Butler. Chicago: Printed for the Caxton Club, 1934.

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Early, Eleanor. New Orleans Holiday. New York: Rinehard, 1947.

Edge, Frederick Milnes. Exploits and Triumphs in Europe of Paul Morphy, the Chess Champion. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1859.

* Eminent Americans. 1954.

* Encyclopedia of American Biography. New Series.

Evans, Clement A., ed. Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History. Vol. 10 – Louisiana. Ed. John Dimitry. Atlanta, Ga.: Confederate Publishing Co., 1899.

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Federal Writers' Project, New Orleans. New Orleans City Guide. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1938.

Fiebelman, Julian Beck. A Social and Economic Study of the New Orleans Jewish Community. . . Philadelphia, 1941.

Fielding, Mantle. Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers. New York: Paul A. Struck, 1945.

Floyd, William Barrow. The Barrow Family of Old Louisiana. Lexington, Ky., 1963.

Foote, H. W. Theodore Clapp . . . A Discourse Delivered at the One Hundredth Anniversary of the First Unitarian Church of New Orleans, February 26, 1933. n.p.: n.p., n.d.

* Fortier, Alcée. A History of Louisiana.

Fortier, Alcée, ed. Louisiana, Comprising Sketches of Counties, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form. 3 vols. Madison, Wis.: Century Historical Association, 1914.

Fortier, James A. ed. Natural History in Bounteous Louisiana. New Orleans: Press of T.J. Moran’s Sons, 1938--

Fossier, A.E. History of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, 1878-1928. New Orleans: privately printed, 1930.

* French. Historical Memoirs of Louisiana.

Furman, James L. History of Louisiana, Designed for Use in Academies and Schools, and for the Family Library. New Orleans: Baptist Messenger printers, 1877.

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* General Electric Company Publication, Challenge.

Gill, Henry M., comp. The South in Prose and Poetry. New Orleans: F.F. Hansel and Bro., [1916].

Groce, George C. and David H. Wallace. Dictionary of Artists in America: 1564-1860. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1957.

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Hardin, James Fair. The Courts of Appeal of Louisiana and their Judges. New Orleans, 1927.

Hardin, James Fair. Northwestern Louisiana: A History of the Watershed of the Red River, 1714-1937. 3 vols. Shreveport, La.: Historical Record Association, 1939.

Hearsey., Clem G. History of the Port of New Orleans: Terms of Lease to Louisiana Construction and Improvement Company, etc. New Orleans: American Printing Co., 1911.

* Hebert, Donald J. South Louisiana Records. Cecelia, La.: Hebert, 1978--

Herald, George W. and Edward D. Radin. * The Big Wheel: Monte Carlo's Opulent Century. New York: Morrow, 1963.

Herrick, Francis Hobart. Audubon the Naturalist: A History of His Life and Time. 2 vols. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1917.

Huber, Leonard V. To Glorious Immortality: the Rise and Fall of the Girod Street Cemetery. New Orleans: Alben Books, 1961.

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* Illustrated Visitor’s Guide to New Orleans. New Orleans: J.C. Waldo, 1876.

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Jacobs, James Ripley. Tarnished Warrior—Major General James Wilkinson. New York: McMillan, 1938.

Jennings, Virginia Lobdell. The Plains and the People: A History of Upper East Baton Rouge Parish. New Orleans: Pelican Publishing Co., 1962.

Jewell., Edwin L., ed. and comp. Jewell’s Crescent City Illustrated. . . New Orleans, 1873.

Johnson, Chesley P., comp. Exposition Year Book of Women's Clubs of the State of Louisiana. Nashville: Brandon Press, 1900--.

The Judges of the Louisiana Supreme Court, Courts of Appeal, District Courts, Family and Juvenile Courts. Baton Rouge: Claitor’s Book Store, 1958.

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Kane, Harnett T. Louisiana Hayride: The American Rehersal for Dictatorship, 1928-1940. New York: W. Morrow and Co.,1941.

Kane, Harnett T. Plantation Parade: The Grand Manner in Lousiana. New York: W. Morrow, 1945.

Kane, Harnett T. Queen New Orleans, City By the River. New York: W. Morrow, 1949.

Kendall, John Smith. History of New Orleans. 3 vols. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1922.

King, Grace E. Creole Families of New Orleans. New York: Macmillan, 1921.

King. Grace E. Jean Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1892.

King, Grace E. Memories of a Southern Woman of Letters. New York: Macmillan, 1932.

* King, Grace E. and John R. Ficklen. A History of Louisiana. New Orleans: L. Graham, 1883. [We also have rev. ed. 1905]

King, Grace E. and John R. Ficklen. Stories from Louisiana History. New Orleans: L. Graham & Co., 1905.

Klorer, John D., ed. New Louisiana, the Story of the Greatest State of the Nation. New Orleans: Franklin Printing Co., 1936.

Kunitz, Stanley and Howard Haycraft, eds. American Authors , 1600-1900: A Biographical Dictionary of American Literature. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1938.

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Land, John E. Pen Illustrations of New Orleans. 1881-1882. Trade, Commerce and Manufacture… New Orleans: Published by the author, 1882.

Landry, Stuart Omer. History of the Boston Club, Organized in 1841. New Orleans: Pelican Pub. Co., 1938.

Laut, Agnes, C. Cadillac, Knight Errant of the Wilderness, Founder of Detroit, Governor of Louisiana From the Great Lakes to the Gulf. Indianapolis: Bobbs, Merrill, 1931.

* Lawyers Directory. 1938.

LeBlanc, Dudley. The True Story of the Acadians. 2nd Ed. Lafayette: Tribunt Pub. Co., 1937.

* Living Authors. 1931.

* The Logical Point, an Illustrated Monthly for the Advancement of the World’s Panama. New Orleans, 1910 -- . (Several issues indexed)

Lonn, Ella. Reconstruction in Louisiana after 1868. New York: Russell, 1967.

Louisiana. Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans. Port Handbook of New Orleans. [New Orleans], 1930.

Louisiana. Department of Agriculture and Immigration. Louisiana 1941. Baton Rouge: Dept. of Agriculture and Immigration, [1941].

* Louisiana. Department of Agriculture and Immigration. Louisiana the Finest.

* Louisiana. Department of Agriculture and Forestry. New Orleans World’s Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition. n.p.: n.p., 19__?

Louisiana. Department of Commerce and Industry. Do You Know Louisiana? Ed. Rex Laney. Baton Rouge: Tourist Department, State Dept. of Commerce and Industri, 1938.

* Louisiana: Department of Conservation.

* Louisiana. Department of State. Report of the Secretary of State. May 12, 1902.

* Louisiana. State Parks Commission. Second Biennial Report.

* Louisiana. Supreme Court. The Celebration of the Centenary of the Supreme Court of Louisiana. [New

Louisiana and New Orleans Scrap Book, v. 1 (See Louisiana Division Scrapbook Collection).

Louisiana District Judges Association. Biographies of Louisiana Judges. 1961 ed. Ville Platte, La.: 1962.

Louisiana Editors Association. South Louisiana and the Beautiful Gulf Coast… New Orleans: Louisiana Editors Association, 1938?

Louisiana Historical and Biographical Association. Louisianians and Their State: A Historical and Biographical Textbook of Louisiana; Its Notable Men and Leading Institutions. Ed. D.D. Moore. New Orleans, 1919.

* Louisiana Historical Quarterly.

* Louisiana Historical Society. Publications. 10 vols. New Orleans: Louisiana Historical Society, 1895 -- .

* Louisiana: The Liberty Bell.

* Louisiana Municipal Review, Dec., 1967.

* Louisiana Police Jury Review. Shreveport: Police Jury Association of Louisiana, 19 – .

Louisiana Society. Louisiana Today… [Baton Rouge ?]: Louisiana Society, 1939.

* Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans. Biennial Report. 1906 -- . [1934-1935 indexed]

Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans. Carpetbag Misrule in Louisiana; the Tragedy of the Reconstruction Era Following the War Between the States . . . New Orleans: Press of J.T. Moran’s Sons, 1938.

Louisiana State Museum. Glamorous Louisiana under Ten Flags. New Orleans: T.J. Moran’s Sons, 1937.

Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans. The Spanish-American War of 1898 . . . Ed. James J.A. Fortier. New Orleans: Press of J.T. Moran’s Sons, 1939.

* Louisiana State Nurse Association.

* Louisiana State University. Alumni News. March-April 1958.

* Louisiana State University. Division of Agricultural Extension. Annual Report, 1935. Part 1.

* Louisiana’s Message. 1930-1931.

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McCaleb, Thomas. The Louisiana Book. Selections From the Literature of the State. New Orleans: R.F. Straughan, 1894.

McCarthy, Dennis, et al. Our Prominent Citizens As We See Them. New Orleans: Morris Shop, 1921.

McVoy, Lizzie Carter, ed. Louisiana in the Short Story. New York: Haskell House, 1940.

Marchand, Sidney Albert. The Story of Ascension Parish, Louisiana. Baton Rouge: J.E. Ortlieb Printing Co., 1931.

Matas, Rudolph. The Rudolph Matas History of Medicine in Louisiana. Ed. John Duffy. 2 vols. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, [1958-1962].

Men of Affairs in Louisiana. n.p.: n.d. Men of Affairs in Progressive New Orleans. n.p.: 1908. Meyer, Robert E. We Name Our Schools. New Orleans, 1949. Meynier, Arthur. Meynier's Louisiana Biographies. New Orleans: Graham, 1882. Military Scrapbooks. ca. 1861-1912. Comp. Yves Rene LeMonnier, Jr. (see Louisiana Division Scrapbook Collection.)

* Mississippi River.

Morrison, Andrew. Industries of New Orleans. . . . New Orleans: J.M. Elstner & Co., 1885.

Mount, May W. Some Notables of New Orleans. Biographical and Descriptive Sketches of the Artists of New Orleans, and Their Work. New Orleans: Published by the author, 1896.

Muler, Edwin. “The Galveston Flood.” North American Review. Winter, 1938.

Myers, W.E., comp. History of the First Naval Battalion of Louisiana. New Orleans: Published by the author, 1901.

Myers, W.E. The Israelites of Louisiana, Their Religious, Civic, Charitable and Patriotic Life. New Orleans: Myers, [1904].

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* National Cyclopedia of American Biography. [Various numbers indexed]

* National Encyclopedia of American Biography. James T. White & Co. 1953-59.

* New Orleans Public Schools. Annual Report of the Public Schools. (1916-1917. 1918-1919).

New Orleans Association of Commerce. New Orleans Today. New Orleans: Association of Commerce, 1930.

* New Orleans Board of Trade. Forty-Third Annual Report.

* New Orleans City Directory. (1853, 1854, 1855, 1856)

* New Orleans Federation of Clubs. Yearbook. New Orleans: Federation of Clubs, 1910 -- . (1912-1938, 1937)

New Orleans, La. Charter of the City of New Orleans. New Orleans: Mauberret’s Print House, 1936.

New Orleans, La., the Crescent City: the Book of the Picayune, Also of the Public Bodies and Business Interests of the Place. New Orleans: Geo. W. Engelhardt, 1903-1904.

New Orleans. The People's Homestead Association. Silver Anniversary, September 14, 1882. New Orleans, 1907.

New Orleans Press Club. New Orleans, Louisiana. Metropolis of the South. Gateway to the Mississippi Valley. New Orleans: New Orleans Press Club, 1916.

* New Orleans. Public School Athletic League. Annual. New Orleans: Public School Athletic League, 1900 --

* New Orleans Women. 1939.

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O'Connor, Thomas, ed. History of the Fire Department of New Orleans from Its Earliest Days to the Present Time. New Orleans, 1895. * Official Congressional Directory. 1941.

O'Pry, Maude Hearn. Chronicles of Shreveport. Shreveport: Journal Printing Co., 1928.

Orgain, Kate Alma. Southern Authors in Poetry and Prose. New York: Neale Pub. Co., 1908. Orleans], [1913].

The Orleans Parish Blue Book; Personal Sketches of the Candidates Who Have Been Selected by the Regular Democrats to Represent the Parish in the Next Two Sessions of the Legislature. New Orleans: The Southern Manufacturer, [1896?].

Osterweis, Rollin Gustave. Judah P. Benjamin: Statesman of the Lost Cause. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1933.

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Panzeri, Louis. Louisiana Composers. New Orleans: Printed by Dinstuhl Print. and Pub., 1935.

Patrick, William Keevil. Club Men of Louisiana in Caricature, 1917. New York: The Roycrofters, 1917.

Paxton, W. E. A History of the Baptists of Louisiana: From the Earliest Times to the Present. St. Louis: C.R. Barnes Pub. Co., 1888.

Peeler, A.J. The Standard Blue Book of the United States of America, 1917: an Exclusive Edition de Luxe, Louisiana. New York: A.J. Peeler, 1916.

Polk, William M. Leonidas Polk, Bishop and General. 2 vols. New York: Longman’s, Green and Co., 1915.

Portre-Bobinski, Germaine and Clara Mildred Smith. Natchitoches, the Up-to-Date Oldest Town in Louisiana. New Orleans: Dameron-Pierson Co., [1936].

Preston, Wheeler. American Biographies. New York: Harper and Bros., [1940].

* Proceedings of the Louisiana Engineering Society. 41 vols. New Orleans: Louisiana Engineering Society, [various volumes].

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Rand, Clayton. Stars in Their Eyes; Dreamers and Builders in Louisiana. Gulfport: The Dixie Press, 1953.

Rand, Clayton. Men of Spine in Mississippi. Gulfport: The Dixie Press, 1940.

Reeves, Miriam G. The Governors of Louisiana. 1st ed. New Orleans: Pelican Pub. Co., [c1962].

* Reports of the Superintendent of the New Orleans Public Schools. 1915-16.

Ricciuti, Italo William. New Orleans and Its Environs; the Domestic Architecture, 1727-1870. New York: W. Helburn, 1938.

* Richey, Emma C. and Evelina P. Kean. The New Orleans Book. New Orleans: L. Graham Co., Printers, 1915. [We also have 2nd ed. 1919]

Ripley, Eliza Moore Chinn McHatton. Social Life in Old New Orleans, Being Recollections of My Girlhood. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1912.

Roman, Alfred. The Military Operations of General Beauregard in the War Between the States, 1861 to 1865; Including a Brief Personal Sketch and a Narrative of His Services in the War with Mexico, 1846-8. 2 vols. New York: Harper and Bros., 1884.

Rourke, Constance. Audubon. New York: Harcourt Brace and Co., 1936.

Rousseve, Charles B. The Negro in Louisiana; Aspects of His History and His Literature. New Orleans: Xavier University Press, 1937.

Rutherford, Mildred Lewis. The South in History and Literature; a Hand-Book of Southern Authors, From the Settlement of Jamestown, 1607, to Living Writers. Atlanta: The Franklin-Turner Co., 1907.

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* Schmauch, W.W. Christmas literature through the centuries. 1938.

Scroggs, William O. The Story of Louisiana. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1936.

Seebold, Herman de Bachelle. Old Lousiana Plantation Homes and Family Trees. 2 vols. [New Orleans]: [Pelican Press, 1941].

* Senate Doc. 110, 77th Congress, 1st Session.

Seymour, William H. The Story of Algiers, 1718-1896, Now Fifth District of New Orleans, Past and Present. Algiers: Algiers Democrat Pub. Co., 1896.

Simms, George A., ed. Notable Men of New Orleans: 1905 . . . New Orleans: George Advertising Simms Co, [1906].

Skaggs, William E. and J.B. Lux. Louisiana Business and Professional Directory. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Publications, 1954.

Skipwith, Henry. East Feliciana, Louisiana, Past and Present, Sketches of the Pioneers. New Orleans: Hopkins’ Printing Office, 1892.

Smith, J. Frazer. White Pillars: Early Life and Architecture of the Lower Mississippi Valley Country. New York: W. Helburn, 1941.

Sobel, Bernard, ed. The Theatre Handbook and Digest of Plays. New York: Crown Publishers, 1948.

Soniat du Fossat, Mrs. Eugene. Biographical Sketches of Louisiana's Governors From D’Iberville to Foster. Baton Rouge: Advocate, Book and Job Office, 1893.

* Sons of the American Revolution. Louisiana Society. Yearbook and Membership Roster. New Orleans, [1918-1926].

* The South in the Building of the Nation.... 13 vols. Richmond, Va.: Southern Historical Publication Society, 1909-1913.

Southern Biographical Association. Men of the South: A Work for the Newspaper Reference Library. D.D. Moore, et al., eds. New Orleans: Southern Biographical Assn., 1922.

Southern Editors Association. A Book of the South. . . New Orleans: The Association, 1942.

The Southerner, A Biographical Encyclopedia of Southern People . . . 2 vols. New Orleans: Southern Editors Assn. [1944-45].

Stephenson, Wendell Holmes. Alexander Porter: Whig Planter of Old Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1934.

Stier, Emile V. and James B. Keeling. A Treatise on the Famous French Market of New Orleans, Louisiana, Rehabilitated in 1937-38, A.D., by the French Market Corporation (Glorified French Market: Progressing With Commerce, 1813-1938.) New Orleans: French Market Corp., [1938?].

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Testut, Charles. Portraits Litteraires de la Nouvelle Orléans. Nouvelle-Orleans: Imprimerie des Veillees Louisianaises, 1850.

Tinker, Edward Larocque. Les Ecrits de Langue Francaise en Louisiane su XIX Siecle: Essais Biographiques et Bibliographiques. Paris: H. Champion, 1932.

Tompkins, Frank H., comp. Riparian Lands of the Mississippi River, Past—Present—Prospective . . . Chicago: A.L. Swift and Co., 1901.

* Travelers Protection Association of America. Commercial History of the state of Louisiana.

* Tulane News Bulletin.

Tulane University. Alumni Association. The First Hundred Years. New Orleans: The Alumni Assn. of Tulane University, 1935.

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United States. Works Progress Administration. Louisiana, comp. Administrations of the Mayors of New Orleans, 1803-1936. New Orleans: City Hall Archives, 1940.

United States. Works Progress Administration. Louisiana, comp. Biographies of the Mayors of New Orleans. New Orleans: City Hall Archives, 1939.

* The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. 2 vols.

Ursulines in Louisiana.: 1727-1824. New Orleans: Smith, 1886.

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* Virkus, Frederick Adams. Handbook of American Genealogy. 4 vols. [Chicago]: Institute of American Genealogy, 1932--. [v. 1 and 2]

Voss, Louis. History of The German Society of New Orleans . . . New Orleans: Sendker Printing Service, 1927.

Voss, Louis. Presbyterianism in New Orleans and Adjacent Points . . . New Orleans: The Presbyterian Board of Publications of the Synod of Louisiana, 1931.

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Warner, Ezra J. Generals in Gray; Lives of the Confederate Commanders. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1959. * Who Knows and What. 1949.

* Who's Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women. Chicago: A.N. Marquis Co., 19--. (Various volumes indexed)

* Who's Who in American Art. 1938-39.

* Who's Who in Louisiana: A Biographical Dictionary of Leading Men and Women of the Commonwealth. Chicago: Larkin, Roosevelt and Larkin, 1947.

* Who's Who in Louisiana and Mississippi: Biographical Sketches of Prominent Men and Women of Louisiana and Mississippi. New Orleans: Times-Picayune, 1918.

* Who’s Who in Music.

* Who's Who in the South and Southwest. Chicago: A.N. Marquis, 195_. (Various editions indexed)

Wilkerson, Marcus Manley. Thomas Duckett Boyd: The Story of a Southern Educator. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1935.

Williamson, C.C. and Alice L. Jewett, eds. Who's Who in Library Service. New York: H.W. Wilson, 1933.

Williamson, Frederick William. Eastern Louisiana . . . 3 vols. Louisville, Ky.: The Historical Record Assn., 1939.

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