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Actors and Musicians Photographs, 1880-1920 Actors and Musicians Photographs, 1880-1920

Publicity photographs of actors and musicians who appeared at New Orleans theaters during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Handwritten notes on the back of many of the photos identify the individuals, the theater where they appeared, and the name of the play or event. Identified New Orleans houses are the Tulane, Athenaeum, Orpheum, Dauphine, and Crescent Theaters, as well as the French Opera House. [more]

'Andrew D. Lytle's Baton Rouge' Photograph Collection 'Andrew D. Lytle's Baton Rouge' Photograph Collection

A native of Cincinnati, Lytle arrived in Baton Rouge around 1857, and over the next fifty years or so, he and his business partners, including his son Howard, photographed people, places, and community events such as parades. Lytle photographed Baton Rouge during the war, including scenes of naval vessels on the river, Federal encampments, damage and streetscapes, and soldiers and sailors. [more]

Beachrock Research Slides of Richard J. Russell Collection Beachrock Research Slides of Richard J. Russell Collection

Dr. Russell became internationally known for his research not only in Louisiana, but also throughout the world. This collection contains numerous slides of photographs that Dr. Russell took while doing his beachrock research around the world. [more]

Caroline Wogan Durieux Works of Art Caroline Wogan Durieux Works of Art

Caroline Wogan Durieux (1896-1989), a New Orleans native of Creole descent, was a celebrated Louisiana artist of the twentieth century who taught art at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.) and invented a print-making process which involved radioactive ink. This series contains approximately 85 digital representations of Durieux's lithographs, cliche verres, electron prints and paintings. [more]

Charles L. Thompson Photographs Charles L. Thompson Photographs

Charles L. Thompson, a resident of New Orleans, La., collected materials related to the history of New Orleans and Louisiana. This digital collection consists of selected photographic prints of port and street scenes, ships, and other images of the city of New Orleans. [more]

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Photographs Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Photographs

The collection contains twenty-nine albumen photoprints of the grounds of the Park, taken circa 1894. There are eight photographs from Missionary Ridge (Tenn. and Ga.) and twenty-one photographs from Chickamauga (Ga.). Information is provided on the back of the prints. [more]

'Andrew D. Lytle's Baton Rouge' Photograph Collection Civil War Photograph Album, 1862-1900

The Civil War Photograph Album contains portraits of military personnel who fought during the American Civil War, 1861-1865. The album has 50 pages; each page has a capacity for four (4) photographs, and most of the photographs (cartes-de-visite) are Confederate enlisted men and officers. [more]

Col. Joseph S. Tate Photograph Album Col. Joseph S. Tate Photograph Album

The original Joseph S. Tate photograph album (unbound) contained 103 black and white photographic prints mounted on paper. The images show scenes from several locations in Louisiana during the 1920s including lumbering and shrimping operations, city scenes, and a number of scenic bayou images. It is not known whether Joseph S. Tate was the photographer, but it is known that the album was his property. [more]

Colville River Delta, Alaska Collection Colville River Delta, Alaska Collection

Aerial photographs Colville River Delta (Alaska) taken in 1948 - 1949. Digitized from materials in the possession of Dr. H. Jesse Walker, Boyd Professor Emeritus, Louisiana State University. [more]

Donn Young Photographs Donn Young Photographs

Photographs by New Orleans photographer, Donn Young, salvaged from his Lakeview home after Hurricane Katrina. These images are a sampling of the over 32,000 images saved from his home and studio after floodwater damage.[more]

Fonville Winans' Aerial Views of Baton Rouge Fonville Winans' Aerial Views of Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge photographer Fonville Winans shot at least thirteen rolls of 35mm black & white film in 1947 from his small private airplane. The shots are predominantly of the most developed streets in Baton Rouge such as Plank Road, Scenic Highway, Choctaw Street, Florida Street, and Florida Boulevard. One roll is entirely devoted to images of the current Louisiana State University campus and vicinity. Copyright is retained by descendants of the creators in accordance with U.S. copyright law. Permission for publication must be obtained from Robert L. Winans, son of Fonville Winans. [more]

Free People of Color in Louisiana Free People of Color in Louisiana

This project brings together materials from LSU Libraries Special Collections, The Historic New Orleans Collection, the Louisiana Research Collection in Tulane University Special Collections, the Historical Center at the Louisiana State Museum, and the Louisiana Division of the New Orleans Public Library. Digitizing these records reunites collections from the same families that were divided across repositories as well as scattered documents, making these materials accessible in one place for the use of historians, genealogists, students, teachers, and the general public. Funded by NEH. [more]

G. H. Suydam Photograph Album G. H. Suydam Photograph Album

Commercial photographs of twelve Baton Rouge buildings (e.g., the Louisiana State Capitol and the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum) and street scenes and eight photographs of Admiral David G. Farragut's fleet on the Mississippi River. Memoranda handwritten on the reverse side of the photographs identify the Federal camp, headquarters of the generals, the provost marshall's office, and the general hospital; scenes at the grounds of the Baton Rouge Arsenal; and gunboats (e.g., the "Essex") and other vessels of Farragut's fleet. [more]

George C. Strong Photograph Album George C. Strong Photograph Album

The album contains two photographs of sites around the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, and forty-two photographic portraits of cadets in the classes of 1857 and 1858. The album pages contain holographic inscriptions stating: the place; the name of the sitter; whether the sitter graduated in the class of 1858 rather than the class of 1857; if the sitter did not graduate at all; an occasional personal note about the sitter, and; if they fought as a "rebel" in the American Civil War, 1861-1865. [more]

George Francois Mugnier New Orleans Scenes George Francois Mugnier New Orleans Scenes

A collection of images of New Orleans buildings and monuments. Included are scenes of the French Market, a levee, Chalmette Monument, City Hall, a Confederate Navy submarine, the U.S. Mint, Jackson Square, the Louisiana Sugar and Rice Exchange, a plantation home, mansions, Negro quarters, and general views of streets of New Orleans. [more]

Historic Images of Baton Rouge from LSU Libraries Historic Images of Baton Rouge from LSU Libraries

This collection is comprised of assorted images of Baton Rouge found in the Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley manuscript collections at LSU Libraries, Special Collections. The images are predominantly from the 19th Century and focus on the downtown Baton Rouge area. [more]

Huey P. Long Photograph Album, 1928-1935 Huey P. Long Photograph Album, 1928-1935

Black and white photographs depict Louisiana governor Huey P. Long; Russell Long; former Louisiana Governor Oramel Hinckley Simpson; James P. O'Connor, Public Service Commissioner; Louisiana Governor O. K. Allen; John Overton; U.S. Senator Hattie Carraway; and others. [more]

John Langdon Ward Lantern Slides John Langdon Ward Lantern Slides

The collection consists of 107 lantern slides documenting the aftermath of the Siege of Port Hudson, Louisiana from May 23 - July 9, 1863. John Langdon Ward may have created these slides dating from circa 1880. [more]

Louis Hasselmans' Musicians Photographs Louis Hasselmans' Musicians Photographs

This collection includes autographed studio portraits of Metropolitan Opera singers, Lionel Barrymore, and several unidentified individuals. Louis Hasselmans was the son of the Belgian harpist Alphonse Hasselmans and the grandson of Joseph Hasselmans. He received his musical education at the Paris Conservatoire where he studied cello, composition, and conducting.[more]

Louisiana Ecology and Conservation, The Percy Viosca Jr. Collection Louisiana Ecology and Conservation, The Percy Viosca Jr. Collection

While employed by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Percy Viosca, a pre-eminent herpetologist, documented the coastal Louisiana landscape between 1921 and 1932. He traveled the state for his work that included mosquito control, riparian and marshland studies, flood control, taxonomic work with native Louisiana irises, newts, and snakes, culture of crawfish and environmental impact of oil refinery practices. The images in this collection document locations on or near the Louisiana coast and a few sites inland. [more]

Louisiana images from the Standard Oil Collection, Univ. of Louisville Louisiana images from the Standard Oil Collection, Univ. of Louisville

This collection contains Louisiana images from the University of Louisville Libraries Special Collections and Archives Standard Oil New Jersey Collection. The University of Louisville provided LSU Libraries permission and some digital surrogates of Louisiana related images in this important collection. Researchers Dr. Don Davis and Dr. Carl Brasseaux digitized the remainder of the Louisiana images on-site in Louisville. [more]

Louisiana Sea Grant Digital Images Collection Louisiana Sea Grant Digital Images Collection

The collection contains scanned images from a variety of government publications, privat collections, and other sources gathered by researchers Dr. Don Davis and Dr. Carl Brasseaux. This project was a collaboration between Louisiana Sea Grant and the LSU Libraries. [more]

Louisiana State Aerial Photographs Louisiana State Aerial Photographs

Aerial photographs of East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana provided by the Louisiana State University Cartographic Center. Images are restricted, but metadata is searchable. Please contact the Cartographic Information Center to obtain reproductions of the images. [more]

LSU Libraries Postcard Collection LSU Libraries Postcard Collection

This collection contains two different postcard collections found in the LSU Libraries Special Collections Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley manuscript collections. The Mississippi and Louisiana Postcard Collection contains 93 items and spans from 1906-1939 and the Louisiana Postcard Collection contains 517 items from 1904-1951. Many landmarks in Louisiana and Mississippi are featured in the postcards. [more]

LSU Special Collections Online LSU Special Collections Online

A showcase of books, manuscripts, photographs, and other materials from the LSU Special Collections Library. Based on the 2006 exhibition, "Special Delivery: A Showcase of LSU Libraries' Special Collections." [more]

LSU University Archives Photographs Collection LSU University Archives Photographs Collection

The photographs in this collection provide a rich look into LSU's past. Focusing on the years 1886-1925, the collection shows the buildings and grounds, students and student life, athletic teams, faculty and administrators, classrooms, and laboratories at the "Ole War Skule." [more]

Marshall Dunham Photograph Album
Marshall Dunham Photograph Album

Photograph album compiled by Sgt. Marshall Dunham of the New York 159th regiment consists of photographs taken in Louisiana during the Civil War. [more]

Mingo Family African American Photographs, 1887-1955 Mingo Family African American Photographs, 1887-1955

The collection consists of 32 photographic images of unidentified African Americans, believed to be members of the Mingo family of Port Allen, La. Includes cabinet card portraits of men, women, and children, real photo postcards made in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and photographic prints created in Cairo, Illinois; New Orleans, La.; and St. Cloud, Minnesota. It is possible that some of the individuals in the images are members of an African American theatrical troupe specializing in minstrel shows. [more]

Mississippi River Flood of 1927 Photograph Album Mississippi River Flood of 1927 Photograph Album

A visual record of one of the worst natural disasters to occur in the U. S. The flood took the lives of thousands, made refugees of hundreds of thousands, and caused vast destruction. The photo album was prepared for O. K. Allen (1882-1936), Chairman, Louisiana Highway Commission and later Governor, and presumably used for securing Federal disaster aid. [more]

Natchez, MS Natchez, MS photographs, circa 1900-1950

Primarily mounted and unmounted studio portraits of African Americans. Also includes images of Natchez houses, a downtown fire aftermath, and a Fourth of July celebration. [more]

New Orleans Centennial Exposition Stereoscopic Views New Orleans Centennial Exposition Stereoscopic Views

Stereoscopic views of the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition in New Orleans, 1884-5. [more]

New Orleans Image Collections at the LSU Libraries New Orleans Image Collections at the LSU Libraries

The majority of the images are from the New Orleans French Quarter Scenes, circa 1900, collection and the Vieux Carre photographs. Other manuscript collections represented include: New Orleans Dock Views, Horticultural Hall at World's Cotton Centennial and Industrial Exposition Photographs, New Orlean's Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral, and an assortment of Mardi Gras images. The original images are located at the LSU Libraries Special Collections Library. [more]

New Orleans Negative Exposures and Prints, circa 1900-1930 New Orleans Negative Exposures and Prints, circa 1900-1930

The majority of the images document New Orleans architecture and famous buildings such as the Cabildo, the Presbytere, the Pontalba Building, the Old Absinthe House, the Hotel Monteleone, and others, urban public spaces, and boats on the river near Girod Street pier just upriver from the French Quarter. A minority of the images documents private residences and United Fruit Company pier-side operations. The original images are located at the LSU Libraries Special Collections Library. [more]

Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge Ivory Billed Woodpecker Records Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge Ivory Billed Woodpecker Records

The 95 photographic negatives and 100 photographic prints document 6 field seasons during the years of 1935-1941 during which James T. Tanner and associates studied the ivory-billed woodpecker and its environment on the Sanger Tract, Madison Parish, Louisiana, in what is now the Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge. Also included is Tanner's hand-drawn, two-sided map documenting nesting sites and other signs of the ivory-billed woodpecker's presence in the Singer and Ayer Tracts, Madison Parish. [more]

Thomas H. and Joan W. Gandy Photograph Collection Thomas H. and Joan W. Gandy Photograph Collection

Collection contains glass plate and celluloid negatives of Natchez photographers Henry Norman, Henry Gurney, and Earl Norman, collected by Dr. Thomas and Joan Gandy. Images include scenes of Natchez, historic buildings, civic events, sports, family groups, and portraits. [more]

William Barth Photographs of Mississippi and Atchafalaya River operations William Barth Photographs of Mississippi and Atchafalaya River Operations

The photographs in the William Barth Papers, 1917-1959 Series I "Engineering and Levee Revetment documents, ca. 1925-1959 contain the subseries "Photographs of levee work, ca. 1928-1945." The nearly 250 images depict various stages and types of work on the levees of the lower Mississippi River and Louisiana's Atchafalaya Basin. [more]

Wright-Boyd Family Papers at LSU Libraries Wright-Boyd Family Papers at LSU Libraries

The Wright family owned plantations in Rapides Parish, La. Esther Gertrude Wright (1844-1915) married David French Boyd (1834-99), President of Louisiana State Seminary, later Louisiana State University. The digital collection consists of daguerreotypes and photographic prints belonging to the Wright family. [more]

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