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Barrilleaux Diaries

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00200
Scope and Contents Ferdinand Barrilleaux was a storekeeper and postmaster in Lockport, La. during the 19th century. This collection consists of photocopies of his diaries recounting his personal life, business transactions, and experiences with Civil War strife. He originally wrote these diaries in French, but English translations are available.

Georgia Plantation Records

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00045
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.

Louis Saillard Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-00224
Scope and Contents This collection is divided into three folders. It contains black and white photographs of sugar plantations and mills in Louisiana and an issue of Rail Classics (1974). The photographs were taken by Saillard and C.W. Whitbeck.