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    • Soulié family ledgers. Folder 01-01, 1843-1849.

    • Account books--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Finance, Personal.; Free African Americans--Finance, Personal.; Free African...
    • Account book of the Soulié family, who were free people of color, documenting their business activities from 1843-1849. Includes the accounts of Norbert, Louise, Lucien, Eulalie, Celeste, and Marie Coralie Soulié. Page 208 is not present in...
    • Dudley Turnbull and family papers. Papers. Folder 01-01, 1863-1943.

    • African American Catholics--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American elementary schools--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American students--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American women--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American...
    • The bulk of the materials comprise letters, school materials, and birth registrations for Grace, Kenneth, Bruce, Dudley Gregory, Juanita, and Naomi Turnbull--children of Dudley Jr. and Juanita Hebert Turnbull. School materials of the Turnbull...
    • Dudley Turnbull and family papers. Papers. Folder 01-11 1870-1950.

    • African American Catholics--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American students--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American schools--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American women--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American children--Louisiana--Baton...
    • Black and white photos of the Turnbull family. Included are photographic portraits of Aldometer Turnbull, Grace Turnbull; Alex Hebert; school group portraits, possibly in front of The Hickory Street School; Holy Communion portraits, possibly of...
    • Dudley Turnbull and family papers. Papers. Folder 01-06, 1890-1964.

    • African American Catholics--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American women--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American families--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American fathers--Louisiana--Baton...
    • Chiefly receipts, tax receipts, tax exemption certificates, and other financial papers belonging to Dudley Turnbull Jr. Of note are financial papers of John Turnbull and Dudley Turnbull Jr. concerning funeral expenses following Dudley Turnbull's...
    • Dudley Turnbull and family papers. Papers. Folder 01-12, 1910-1969.

    • African American Catholics--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; Nuns--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American students--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American schools--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American women--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African...
    • Black and white photos of the Turnbull family, primarily of Dudley Jr. and Juanita Hebert Turnbull and their children. Includes a school portrait, possibly of the Hickory Street School; snapshots duing a visit to see Juanita (Sister Francis...
    • Dudley Turnbull and family papers. Volume 8, autograph book, 1941 May-June.

    • African American families--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American schools--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American high school students--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; Autograph albums.; Turnbull, Dudley Gregory, 1925-1980.; Turnbull, Kenneth,...
    • Kenneth Turnbull's autograph book created during his senior year at McKinley High School. The book includes messages written by Dudley Turnbull Jr. and Juanita Hebert Turnbull to their son; and notes and poems from Bruce Turnbull and friends. The...
    • Soulié family ledgers. Folder 02-01, 1847-1855.

    • African American slaveholders--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Finance, Personal.; Free African Americans--Finance, Personal.; African American...
    • Account book of the Soulié family, who were free people of color, documenting their business activities from 1847-1855. Includes the accounts of Norbert, Louise, Eulalie, Celeste, and Marie Coralie Soulié. Pages 92 and 240 are not present in...
    • Gabriel Martin receipt, 1798 November 26.

    • African Americans--History--18th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Rapides Parish.; Land titles--Registration and transfer--Louisiana--Rapides Parish.; Plantation owners--Louisiana--Rapides Parish.; African American...
    • Receipt issued by Gabriel Martin, at Rapide, to Jean Baptiste Bauvay, 1798 November 26. Gabriel Martin received 200 piastres from Jean Baptiste Bauvay [or, Beauvais] as payment for a plantation he sold Bauvay. The property, situated on the right...
    • François Camus act of emancipation, 1827 October 26.

    • African Americans--History--19th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Slaves--Emancipation--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • Act of emancipation by François Camus of his female slave, Souris. By an act passed before Notary Public Hugh K. Gordon, François Camus certified that he had freed Souris, age thirty-two years.
    • William Freret depositions, 1842 January 21.

    • African Americans--Louisiana--History--19th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Depositions--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Mayors--Louisiana--New...
    • Depositions of J. B. Ducoing and Jean André Grasse on behalf of Ace Pierre, a free man of color of New Orleans. Jean Baptiste Ducoing appeared before William Freret, Mayor of New Orleans, and swore that he had known Ace Pierre, and the woman,...
    • William Freret depositions, 1842 January 29.

    • African Americans--Louisiana--History--19th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Depositions--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Mayors--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • Depositions of John Lewis and Louis Deslondes on behalf of John Hickman of New Orleans. John Lewis, a free man of color, and Louis Deslondes appeared before William Freret, Mayor of New Orleans, and swore that John Hickman, a free man of color,...
    • J. Roffignac order to pay, 1821 August 13.

    • African Americans--Louisiana--History--19th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Mayors--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • Mandat de Payment (order to pay) $2.50 to Guillaume Parent, a free man of color, for passage to Madisonville and meals for Peter Horn on the vessel Le Petit Marsouin. The Mayor of New Orleans, J. Roffignac, issued these pay bills or cash vouchers...

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