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  • Subject: Grocers
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    • Elstner-Erwin Grocery Co.

    • Architectural & site components--Louisiana--Lake Charles; Warehouses; Grocers; Loading docks
    • Note by Maude Reid: "Warerooms of Elstner-Erwin Grocery Co. on Front Street. Established 1894. Jo Elstner and Mason Erwin joint owners. (1903). Later, the Milligan-Martin Wholesale Grocery Co., and later still, Kelly-Weber Company wholesale...
    • Norbert Badin papers. Financial correspondence. Folder 02-10, 1890-1934.

    • Creoles--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Cotton trade--Louisiana.; Merchants--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Grocers--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American businesspeople--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Badin, Augustine.; Badin, J. L., born 1866.;...
    • The folder contains financial correspondence of J. L. Badin, a descendent of free people of color from 1890-1934. Correspondents include William T. Hardie & Co., A. J. Forstall, A. Adler & Co., Joseph Roque, Augustine Badin, A. Baldwin & Co....
    • Norbert Badin papers. Financial correspondence. Folder 02-09, 1895-1897.

    • Free African Americans--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Badin, Norbert, died 1903.; John T. Hardie & Co.; B. F. Avery & Sons.; Cotton trade--Louisiana.; Merchants--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Grocers--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American...
    • The folder contains financial correspondence of Norbert Badin dating from 1895-1897. The letters are primarily from cotton merchants and grocers in New Orleans who purchased cotton from Norbert Badin. Correspondents include John T. Hardie & Co.,...
    • Norbert Badin papers. Financial correspondence. Folder 02-08, 1888-1894.

    • Free African Americans--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Creoles--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Cotton trade--Louisiana.; Merchants--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Grocers--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American...
    • The folder contains financial correspondence of the Badin family, who were a family of free people of color and their descendents, from Cane River, La., dated 1888-1894. The letters are written primarily by cotton merchants and grocers in New...
    • Metoyer family papers. Manuscript volumes. Volume 2, ledger, 1904, 1924-1927.

    • Metoyer, Nazy Conant, born 1886.; Metoyer, St. Clair, born 1882.; Creoles--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; African American businesspeople--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; African American...
    • Ledger contains accounts between Nazy Metoyer and St. Clair Metoyer and various cotton merchants and farmers. The beginning of the book contains later accounts between Nazy Metoyer and merchants and banks for the years 1924-1927. These accounts...
    • Child labor

    • Child labor; African Americans; Nurses; Reid, Maude, 1882-1978--Portraits; Grocers; Grocery stores; Boys
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "The acting visiting teacher, Maude Reid, enter a small neighborhood grocery to instruct the proprietor regarding our child labor laws and solicit her cooperation in protecting our young children by observance of these laws....
    • Band Members

    • Musicians; Wind instruments; Lawyers; Grocers; Merchants; Bands;
    • Newspaper photograph and caption: "Band Members Present many different professions. They are of varied interests and personalities, all drawn together by a common interest--music. Shown above, left to right, are Otto Kurtz, grocer; J. Norwell...
    • F. A. Toce

    • Toce, F. A.--Portraits; Men; Mustaches; Grocers; Clothing & dress; Italians--United States
    • A portrait of F. A. Toce, who had a grocery business and was an extensive dealer of real estate in the 1890's.
    • [1948 clippings]

    • Parades & processions; Children of the Confederacy; Anniversaries; Cakes; Grocers; Sheriffs; Reid, Henry A., 1919---Portraits
    • Scrapbook page with newspaper photographs and captions of: the Annual fat stock show and rodeo parade; the Children of the Confederacy convention; the 59th anniversary of the Pure Food Store; and Sheriff Henry A. Reid. The clipping about the Pure...
    • Metoyer family papers. Manuscript volumes. Volume 3, ledger, 1922-1929.

    • Metoyer, Nazy Conant, born 1886.; Metoyer, St. Clair, born 1882.; Tourres, Antoine, active 1927-1930.; Dupré (Family : Natchitoches Parish, La.); Creoles--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.;...
    • Ledger contains accounts between Nazy Metoyer and St. Clair Metoyer and various customers, cotton merchants, and farmers for the years 1922-1929. Included are accounts for: E. M. Harrison; members of the Rachal family; members of the Dupré family ;...
    • DiGiglia Store

    • DiGiglia family; Interiors; Grocers; Grocery stores; Children; Clothing & dress;
    • Copy print of a photograph of the DiGiglia family in their store on the corner of Foster and South Ryan (later called DeBakey Drive). Left to right: John DiGiglia, son John, a customer's children, and Bertha DiGiglia.
    • DiGiglia Store

    • Architectural & site components--Louisiana--Lake Charles; Grocers; Grocery stores; Horses; Carts & wagons;
    • Copy print of a photograph of the first DiGiglia grocery store. It was owned by Tony and John DiGiglia, located at the corner of Hodges and 10th Streets. Pictured are Antonio (Tony) DiGiglia, Bertha DiGiglia, Lucas DiGiglia, Jennie DiGiglia, and...

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