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Scope and Contents This collection consists of papers relating to the Beary and Swartenbroek families of Lafourche Parish, Louisiana. The collection covers three linear feet and spans 1845 to 2003. Materials include correspondence, a diary, receipts, maps, financial and legal documents, genealogical research materials, schedules of religious services, descriptions of gymnastics routines, sheet music, photographs, and other printed matter. Topics represented in this collection include family news and business...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the business records of Georgia Plantation (Assumption Parish, La.), including correspondence, account books, reports, payroll ledgers, store ledgers, financial records, notes, catalogs, and ephemera. The records pertain predominantly to the cultivation and harvesting of sugar cane on Georgia Plantation, as well as associated topics such as labor, wartime agricultural production, and the Blanchard family of Assumption Parish.
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a booklet titled "The South of Today" and an accopmanying letter. The booklet contains extracts from an address delivered by R. S. Hecht (President of Hibernia Bank and Trust Co.) to the National Convention of the American Institute of Banking in 1919. The letter indicates that the booklet was sent by F. W. Ellsworth, Vice President of Hibernia Bank, to to T. J. Carroll, President of the State Bank of Merryville, La. The booklet discusses economic conditions of the...
- Subject: Louisiana -- Economic conditions X