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    • James

    • School children; Children reading & writing; Blackboards
    • A boy seated at a desk holds up a small chalkboard on which he had written the name ""James"".
    • Waud sketchbook Number Three

    • Sketchbooks
    • Sketchbook with black cover belonging to Alfred R. Waud. Inside cover bears inscription "Alfred Rudolph / 290 Broadway / New York, 1853." The word "Rudolph has been partially scratched out, and there is an area of erased or scratched out text...
    • Songs: An Explanation

    • Rock music -- Analysis, appreciation. ; Popular music -- Analysis, appreciation. ; Popular music -- Writing and publishing. ;
    • An Honors Thesis Presented to The University Honors Program of Loyola University New Orleans In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Music in Music Industry Studies with University Honors
    • Annette St. Dizier

    • School children; Classrooms; Children reading & writing; Central School (Lake Charles, La.);
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Annette St. Dizier, 6th grade, Central School, 1949. Daughter of A.J. St. Dizier, principal of Lake Charles High School." Taken for the Southwest News' article, "Twelve Girls and Twelve Boys. A Report on our city schools."
    • Elaine Kimball

    • Students; Writing; Lake Charles High School (Lake Charles, La.); Clothing & dress;
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Elaine Kimball, 9th grade student, Lake Charles High School, 1949." Taken for the Southwest News' article, "Twelve Girls and Twelve Boys. A Report on our city schools."
    • Untitled (#6)

    • Expressionist paintings; Alphabets (Writing systems); Numerals; Colors
    • Expressionist painting, perhaps from the artist's "Kabbalah" series, depicting brightly colored letters, numbers, and shapes against a blue background. At bottom center a man in a brown hat and green checked jacket is hugging a woman with brown...
    • The Banks Expedition

    • Troop movements--Mississippi--Ship Island--1860-1870; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military life--Union; Wood engravings--1860-1870; Writing; United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry, 41st (1861-1865);...
    • Full title: "The Banks Expedition - Scene on the Hurricane Deck of the U. S. Transport North Star - The Soldiers of the 41st Mass. Regiment Writing Home to their Friends Upon their Arrival at Ship Island, Gulf of Mexico." From Frank Leslie's...
    • Waud Sketchbook Number One

    • Sketchbooks
    • Sketchbook with leather cover having belonged to Alfred R. Waud. Inside cover is inscribed "Alfred R. Waud / London 1847." This sketch book may date from Waud's time as a student at the Government School of Design at Somerset House, London. ...
    • E. John Ellis diary, 1865 April-October (vol. 2)

    • Ellis, Ezekiel John, 1840-1889.; Johnson Island Prison.; Prisoners of war--Ohio.; Plantation owners--Louisiana--Fiction.; Secession--Southern States.; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Prisoners and prisons.; United States--Politics and...
    • In volume two of Ezekiel John Ellis' diary (April-October 1865), Ellis documents his daily observations and experiences as a prisoner of war. He considers the justification for war, the defeat of the Confederate States, and the political...
    • Thomas Affleck letter, 1854 April 21

    • Hand, Williams and Wilcox (Law firm : Charleston, S.C." Affleck, Thomas, 1812-1868. Affleck's southern rural almanac and plantation and garden calendar.; Almanacs, American--Southern States.
    • Letter (in letterbook) from Thomas Affleck to Hand, Williams, and Wilcox, Charleston, South Carolina. Affleck solicits the firm as advertisers for the almanac, saying the circulation of the 1854 edition is over 100,000. He boasts, The S.R.A....
    • Thomas Affleck letter, 1851 November 7

    • De Bow, J. D. B. (James Dunwoody Brownson), 1820-1867.; De Bow's review of the southern and western states.; Agriculture--Southern States--Periodicals.; Southern States--Intellectual life--19th century.
    • Letter (in letterbook) from Thomas Affleck to J.D.B. DeBow of New Orleans, editor and publisher of DeBows Review. DeBow shared Afflecks commitment to scientific agriculture and development of southern publications. In response to DeBows request,...
    • Thomas Affleck letter, 1851 May 24

    • Jones, J. W.; Southern Central Agricultural Society.; Agricultural exhibitions--Georgia.; Plantations--Southern States--Management.
    • Letter (in letterbook) from Thomas Affleck to J.W. Jones of Atlanta, editor of the Southern Cultivator and secretary of the Southern Central Agricultural Society. Affleck accepts an invitation to speak at the Societys fair and praises its work. He...
    • Esther Wright letter, 1857 April 19

    • Wright, Sarah Robert Grimball, 1805-1881.; Women--Religious life--Louisiana.; Books and reading--Louisiana.; Sermons--Louisiana.; Music--Instruction and study--Louisiana.
    • Letter from Esther Wright to her mother, Sarah Wright, describing Esther's repentance for reading novels, the impact of a sermon she heard, and music lessons.

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