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Cheramie Family Collection of Political Campaign Materials

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00146
Scope and Contents This collection spans three linear feet and comprises printed materials, scrapbooks, and ephemera, and artifacts. The collection relates predominantly to political campaigns in Lafourche Parish and Louisiana dating from 1948 to 1975, along with some personal materials. Campaign materials are comprised primarily of promotional campaign cards, along with postcards, political cartoons, booklets, sample ballots, and memorabilia.

Samuel Albert LeBlanc Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00148
Scope and Contents This collection dates from 1898 to 1972 and covers 2 linear ft. It contains a ceremonial program of LeBlanc's induction into the Louisiana Supreme Court that includes a photocopy of a newspaper clipping and a photograph. The collection also includes certificates that document LeBlanc's career as a public official, his wife's career as an educator, and their son's (Sam A. LeBlanc Jr.) career as an attorney and notary. It also includes several photocopies of obituaries for LeBlanc and his wife.

Anthony L. Pourciau Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00059
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence, receipts, tax receipts, brochures, and financial statements that deal with the Plaquemines Parish School Board. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence between Pourciau and Perez. Included are copies of The Plaquemines Gazette, as well as clippings from this newspaper and the New Orleans States Item.

John H. Robichaux, Sr. Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00183
Scope and Contents This collection comprises papers of John H. Robichaux, Sr. and includes annual budgets for the city of Thibodaux, a scrapbook, photographs, a recording of a speech, a typescript, and a floppy disc.

Leonard J. and Belle L. Toups Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00133
Scope and Contents This collection dates from 1923 to 1986 and spans 27 linear feet. The collection includes professional and persoaln papers of Leonard J. Toups and his wife Belle LeBlanc Toups, including photographs, correspondence, audio tapes, awards, artifacts, speeches, books, pamphlets, organization records, clippings, and other papers.