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The collection contains correspondence, newspapers, business papers, diaries, political papers, tokens and photographs from Alvin O.King, former Louisiana state senator (1924-1931), governor (1932), associate of Kelly-Weber Company and publisher of the The collection contains scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, artifacts, and clippings spanning Claude Kirkpatricks political career.Documents in the scrapbook concern the Young Turks of the Louisiana State Legislature, including a copy of the articles of incorporation and bylaws, and Leithmans political career.
The Papers consist of notes, clippings, photographs, correspondence, ephemera, yearbooks, and certificates concerning Cissie Mc Leods personal life; her family; the First Presbyterian Church; and the Allen, Qualls, and Nelson families.Even where their numbers were small, they made significant contributions to the economies and cultures of the communities in which they lived, and, as a group, exerted a strong influence on government policy and public opinion at a time of increasing polarization over the issue of slavery.Nor did their story lose its relevance once the abolition of slavery had rendered all Americans legally free.The Papers deal primarily with the legislative work of Dan Flavin, State Representative from District 36. Frazar dating from 1935-1959, scholarships issued from 1956-1960, information about Louisiana schools and government, wool hat, boxing gloves and photographs.The Papers consist of materials primarily about Calcasieu and Cameron Parish legislative issues and some personal documents and mementos. Business and personal correspondence from 1899 to the 1950s concerning Mr. Frequently referred to as the father of the Louisiana oil industry, W.