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  • Subject: Haughery, Margaret
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    • Margaret Haughery (before 1818 - 1882)

    • Haughery, Margaret Gaffney--Portraits; Brooches; Hair; Orphans; Philanthropists; Jewelry; Albumen prints
    • Margaret Gaffney Haughery was born in Ireland and came to Baltimore in 1818 with her Catholic parents. She was orphaned in 1822, and after spending her remaining childhood years in the care of relatives, she married Charles Haughery in 1835 and...
    • Margaret monument

    • Haughery, Margaret Gaffney--Monuments; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Monuments; Monuments & memorials--Louisiana--New Orleans; Louisiana Female Orphan Asylum (New Orleans, La.); Orphanages; Sculpture
    • Photograph of the monument in front of the orphanage. The monument features Haughery with her arm around a small child.
    • Margaret

    • Haughery, Margaret;Orphans;
    • Portrait of Margaret Haughery with two orphans representing her work on behalf of the Camp Street Orphan Asylum. Oil on canvas.
    • History and description of the Margaret Statue in New Orleans from the 1930s.

    • United States. Works Progress Administration of Louisiana; Sculpture; Sculptors; Stone carving; Marble; Monuments & memorials; Haughery, Margaret Gaffney; Bakeries; Orphanages; Orphans; Widows; Philanthropists; Philanthropy; Nicholls, Francis T....
    • Text, circa 1930s. Margaret Statue at Camp and Prytania Streets. History and description of the Margaret Statue in New Orleans, Louisiana. The statue commemorates Margaret Gaffney Haughery a wealthy and successful widow in New Orleans who left her...
    • Officer's presentation sword

    • Daggers & swords; Arms & armament; Haughery, Margaret; Augur, Christopher C.--Relics; Generals--American--1860-1870; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military personnel--Union
    • This sword with case was presented to General Christopher C. Augur by Margaret Haughery. Augur was a Union commander who was second in command under Gen. Banks at the Battle of Port Hudson. Later he commanded the Department of the Gulf, stationed...

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