WORLD WAR I COLLECTION

(Mss 14)

INVENTORY

Earl K. Long Library

University of New Orleans

November 2000

Contents

Summary

List of Series and Subseries

Container List

Index Terms

Procedures for Requesting Special Collections Materials

Summary

Size:

26 items.

Geographic Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana.

Inclusive Dates:

ca. 1918-1919

Bulk Dates:

ca. 1918-1919

Summary:

Correspondence, broadsides, government documents, pamphlets, and periodicals primarily concerned with World War I patriotic activities in New Orleans and the surrounding area.  The materials came originally from the André Lafargue estate.

Related Collections:

 

Source:

Purchase, 1970.

Access:

No Restrictions.

Copyright:

Physical rights are retained by the Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans.

Citation:

World War I Collection (MSS 14), Louisiana and Special Collections Department, Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans

List of Series and Subseries

Series I:

Correspondence.

Series II:

Broadsides.

Series III:

Government Documents.

Series IV:

Correspondence.  Form letters.

Series V:

Pamphlets.

Series VI:

Periodicals.

Container List

Series I. Correspondence (1 item)

14-1    "United War Work Campaign" form letter addressed to André Lafargue and signed by W. C. Baker (Nov. 8, 1918).  1 item

Series II. Broadsides (8 items)

14-2    Broadsides announcing patriotic meetings and bond drives.  Various dates and places, most with New Orleans and Louisiana locales.  8 items

Series III. Government Documents (12 items)

14-3    U.S. Congress.  Public Information Committee.  Four-minute Men Division.

 Series IV. Correspondence (5 items)

Form letters (1 item n.d., 4 items 1918) with attachments.

14-3    Bulletin.  nos. 31, 32, 37, 42 (May 27 - October 21, 1918).  4 items

            Four-minute Men News, edition D; June 29, 1918.  1 item

            Four-minute Men News, edition F [historical number]; December 24, 1918.  1 item

            Four-minute Men News, edition F, illustrated section; December 24, 1918 [January 1919].  1 item

 Series V. Pamphlets (3 items)

14-4    French Red Cross Gala Fete, New Orleans, La., February 1, 1917.  Four-page invitation to purchase tickets for a "Gala Fete at the French Opera House on Saturday Evening, March 17, 1917..."  [New Orleans, 1917].  1 item

            Piprot-Aubert, F.  Poèmes de Guerre: Chants Patriotiques (1914-1919).  Orleans, 1919.  Signed presentation copy from author.  1 item

            [Wilson, (Thomas) Woodrow].  His Great War Message.  New Orleans, [19--].  1 item

Series VI. Periodicals (2 items)

14-5    The Speakers' Bulletin.  "Issued Weekly to Red Cross Speakers by the Speakers' Bureau at National Headquarters."  Washington, D.C., Vol. 1, No. 1 (November 2, 1918

Index Terms

Louisiana—New Orleans—History

World War, 1914-1918

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