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    • 600 Baronne Street

    • Reproductions; Interiors; Office buildings; Offices; Employees; Signs (Notices)
    • Client: A. J. Steiner. Copy view of an old office and three of its' employees. A sign for British America Assurance Company. The location is 600 Baronne Street. The time period may be 1913 / 1920.
    • 600 Baronne Street

    • Reproductions; Interiors; Office buildings; Offices; Employees; Desks
    • Client: A. J. Steiner. Copy interior view of an old office. Several employees are sitting at their desks. One employee works on a printer of some sort. A man stands at the back of the office. The location may be 600 Baronne Street. The time period...
    • [Chennault's wing personnel office]

    • Employees; Chennault Air Force Base (La.)--Pictorial works; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Clothing & dress; Military bases--Louisiana--Lake Charles
    • Group photo of Chennault Air Force Base personnel, taken just before the closure of the base in April 1963. Signed inscription from H. M. Gooden, Jr., Lt. Colonel, USAF, Director of Personnel: "To: Lt. Colonel Richard C. Pease, Commander, Chennault...
    • [Magazine Street Streetcar]

    • Street railroads; Street railroad employees; Men; Women;
    • Copywork of a photograph of an old streetcar from the Magazine Street, New Orleans, route. The engineer is in the front, a worker to the left, and several customers in the car and standing outside it.
    • [Robert King Birthday]

    • Birthday parties; Judges; Postal service employees;
    • Newspaper photograph and caption: "Judge Albert J. Cox, left above, is shown presenting a purse, made up by long-time friends, to Mr. Robert King, whose birthday Wednesday was marked by a party in the Carl Greenleaf home on Nichols. Mrs. Greenleaf,...
    • Alexandre Mouton

    • Government employees; Government officials; Government relations; Government reorganization; Politics & government; Civil disobedience; Governors; Secession; Vigilance committees; Legislators;
    • Lithograph of Alexandre Mouton, the first Democratic Party Governor of Louisiana. He was a United States senator, leader of the southwestern Louisiana vigilante movement of 1859, and president of Louisiana's secession convention in 1861.
    • American staff Camp Ruston

    • Portraits--Employees; Military camps
    • Camp Ruston, Louisiana center man could possibly be Ed Edmunds, at one time a resident of Ruston. Louisiana. Building T-320 in background.
    • American staff Camp Ruston

    • Photographs -- Employees;Military camps--Camp Ruston
    • Camp Ruston, Louisiana man sitting on rail outside the dining facilities is Walt Hintz. Appears to be taking a break. A suitcase is sitting by the door.
    • Annotations to the civil service rules

    • Louisiana. Dept. of State Civil Service--Rules and practice.; Civil service--Louisiana.; Louisiana--Officials and employees.; CiS 1.5/1:
    • Description based on: 2nd ed. (2008) (http://www.civilservice.la.gov/PROGASST/CSRules/Annotations%20to%20the%20Civil%20Service%20Rules,%20Second%20Edition.doc; last viewed on Mar. 29, 2010); title from Word document cover.; Microsoft Word format.;...
    • Annotations to the civil service rules

    • Louisiana. Dept. of State Civil Service--Rules and practice.; Civil service--Louisiana.; Louisiana--Officials and employees.; CiS 1.5/1:
    • Description based on: 2nd ed. (2008) (http://www.civilservice.la.gov/PROGASST/CSRules/Annotations%20to%20the%20Civil%20Service%20Rules,%20Second%20Edition.doc; last viewed on Mar. 29, 2010); title from Word document cover.; Microsoft Word format.;...
    • Article describing the lamp lighters of New Orleans in 1873.

    • United States. Works Progress Administration of Louisiana; Street lights; Lamps; Lampposts; Lampposts; Gas street lamps; Lighting; Streets; Employment; Employees; Wages; Stores & shops; Gaslight fixtures; Gas-lighting; Gas industry; Working class;...
    • Text, August 8, 1873. Lamp Lighters. Who They Are, How Much They Are Paid. Article describing the lamp lighters of New Orleans, Louisiana. Thirty-five men light and extinguish 3628 lamps, distributed over one hundred and forty miles of pipe as...

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