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Scope and Contents This collection consists of the professional papers of George Arceneaux, Jr. from his career as an attorney and a federal judge. This includes correspondence, reports, notes, blueprints, and other materials. The majority of the collection consists of Judge Arceneaux's criminal and civil court judicial work files, with other portions relating to his work as an attorney (including the Louisiana tidelands boundary dispute) and the construction of the federal court house in Houma, Louisiana.
Dates: circa 1958-1968
Scope and Contents This collection includes over 450 oral history interviews (original audio recordings, summaries, and transcripts) and over 1,000 digital copies of photographs from the historical period. The results of the study were published in 2008 in six volumes (see External Documents link below).
Scope and Contents This is an artificial collection created by Ellender Memorial Library from oral histories donated over a period of decades. It comprises oral histories (on audiotape and videotape) and related materials collected from residents of South Louisiana between approximately 1972 and 1998. Interviewees discuss topics relating to local history and culture, including foodways, traditional crafts, race, religion, illness and medicine, education, labor, and industry.
Dates: 1972-1998 and undated
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