Frank B. Moore COLLECTION

 

 

(Mss 145)

 

 

Inventory

 

 

Earl K. Long Library

University of New Orleans

 

October 1997

 

 

Contents

 

 

Summary

 

List of Series and Subseries

 

Container List

 

Index Terms

 

Procedures for Requesting Special Collections Materials

 

 

 

Summary

 

 

Size:                          33 linear feet

 

Geographic

locations:                 New Orleans, La.

 

Inclusive dates:      ca. 1863-1972

 

Bulk dates:              ca. 1900-1930

 

Summary:                Record books, photogravure plates, apparatus, glass plate and film negatives, and paper prints from the photographic studio of Frank B. Moore.  A wide range of subjects is covered, including scenes of the French Quarter, cemeteries, private industry, and individuals.  Copy prints of most negatives are available.  Negatives and copy prints are arranged by subject matter.  The collection contains one print depicting the Medical College of Louisiana (ca. Civil War period) by Louis P. David.

 

Related

collections:              Photographs Collection; Vieux Carré Photographs Collection (Mss 207); William Hession Collection (Mss 229)

 

Source:                     Deposit, 1982; Gift, 1984

 

Access:                     No restrictions.  The collection is accessible through the Louisiana Digital Library (http://louisdl.louislibraries.org/).

 

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

 

Citation:                    Frank B. Moore Collection, Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans

 

 

 

List of Series and Subseries

 

 

Series I.    Glass plate and film negatives.

 

                        Subseries I.1: Individual and multiple figures.

 

                        Subseries I.2: Industry / Commerce / Business.

 

                        Subseries I.3: Indoor photography.

 

                        Subseries I.4: Miscellaneous.

 

                        Subseries I.5: Outdoor photography (cemeteries and chapels).

 

                        Subseries I.6: Outdoor photography (rural scenes and city parks).

 

                        Subseries I.7: Outdoor photography (urban scenes).

 

Series II.        Copy prints.

 

Series III.       Record books.

 

Series IV.      Miscellany.

 

 

 

Container List

 

 

Series I.  Glass plate and film negatives.

 

            Subseries I.1: Individual and multiple figures.

 

                        Individual figures.

 

                                    Images of boys.

 

145-1 -

145-5                          8" x 10" glass plates.

145-6                          5" x 7" film.

145-7 -

145-14                                    5" x 7" glass plates.

 

                                    Images of girls.

 

145-15 -

145-18A                                 8" x 10" glass plates.

 

                                    Images of men.

145-19 -

145-47,

145-527                                 8" x 10" glass plates.

145-48 -

145-57,

145-537                                 5" x 7" film.

145-58                                    5" x 7" glass plate.

145-59 -

145-60                                    3½" x 5" glass plates.

145-496 -

145-497,

145-525 -

145-526,

145-530                                 11" x 14" glass plates.

 

                                    Images of women.

 

145-61 -

145-81                                    8" x 10" film.

145-82 -

148-85                                    8" x 10" glass plates.

145-86 -

145-93                                    8" x 10" film.

145-94 -

145-207                                 8" x 10" glass plates.

145-208 -

145-215                                 5" x 7" glass plates.

145-216 -

145-224                                 8" x 10" film.

145-225 -

145-235,

145-529,

145-531                                 8" x 10" glass plates.

145-521 -

145-524                                 11" x 14" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-24            Plantation negro & palmettos, [n.d.].

                        145-47            Pie Man, [n.d.].

                        145-61 -

                        145-85,

                        145-151         Gladys, [n.d.].

                        145-101 -

                        145-102         Crescent Commides, [n.d.].

                        145-48 -

                        145-57            Sonny Moore, [n.d.].

                        145-172         [Mrs. James Wittenberg, n.d.].

                        145-224,

                        145-521 -

                        145-523         [Art Photography, n.d.].

                        145-525         Portrait of a man, Parker, [n.d.].

                        145-528         Brother Jones, aged negro, [n.d.].

 

                        Multiple figures.

 

145-236 -

145-302                     8" x 10" glass plates.

145-303 -

145-305                     5" x 7" glass plates.

145-306                     4" x 5" film.

145-307 -

145-309                     8" x 10" film.

145-498 -

145-518                     11" x 14" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-255         The Seven Parisian Violets, [n.d.].

                        145-275         Schelling's Dixie Jazz Band, [n.d.].

                        145-276         Fischbein-Williams Syncopators, [n.d.].

                        145-498         Pop and Mom, [n.d.].

                        145-498         Central Trade Labor Union, [n.d.].

                        145-499         [Wedding group, n.d.]

                        145-500         Dental Class of Loyola University, 1923.

                        145-501         NOCP, 1918.

                        145-502         Central Trade and Labor Council--Labor Day Committee, [n.d.].

                        145-503         [Family portrait, n.d.].

                        145-504         [Patriotic pageant, n.d.].

                        145-505         Law Class, Loyola University, 1923.

                        145-506         Sophomore Class, T.H.S. (Houma, La.), 1915.

                        145-507         [Musicians, n.d.].

                        145-508         Nu Sigma, N.O., [n.d.].

                        145-509         [Doctors from Charity, Touro, Richardson, and Hutchinson hospitals, n.d.].

                        145-510         Commerce Department, T.H.S. (Houma, La.), 1915.

                        145-511         T.H.S. Staff (Houma, La.), [n.d.].

                        145-512         Pharmacy Class, Loyola University, 1923.

                        145-513         [Doctors from Charity, Touro, Richardson, and Hutchinson hospitals, n.d.].

                        145-514         Warren Easton High School, 1924.

                        145-515         [Musicians, n.d.].

                        145-515A       [Women in costume, n.d.].

                        145-516         Junior High School, T.H.S. (Houma, La.), [n.d.].

                        145-517         [Costumed group, n.d.].

                        145-518         Pharmaceutical Chemists, 1917.

                        145-532         Warren Easton High School, 1923.

                        145-533         Tulane M.E., 1918.

                        145-534         T.H.S. (Houma, La.), 1915.

 

            Subseries I.2: Industry / Commerce / Business.

 

145-310 -

145-327[1]        8" x 10" glass plates.

145-328         8" x 10" film negatives.

145-329 -

145-342         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-343 -

145-347         8" x 10" film.

145-348 -

145-356         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-520         11" x 14" glass plate.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-310 -

                        145-313         Banana cargo, conveyors, mart (5, 104, 103), [n.d.].

                        145-314 -

                        145-315         Freight conveyors (85, 87), [n.d.].

                        145-316         Cotton floats (64), [n.d.].

                        145-319         Cotton on levee and ships (33), [n.d.].

                        145-323         S.S. Aquarius coming into the port of Rottendam [sic], June 24, 1922.

                        145-324         Steamship Proteus (141), [n.d.].

                        145-325         Southern Pacific Dock (99), [n.d.].

                        145-326 -

                        145-328         Johnson Iron Works, 9/17/1918, Job 198.

                        145-329         Rail, Jno. E. Mahoney (1039), [n.d.].

                        145-333         Interior and exterior of freight sheds, N.O. Terminal Co. (112), [n.d.].

                        145-334         Loading moss on a river, [n.d.].

                        145-338 -

                        145-339         [Fac-try-Lhy advertisement, n.d.].

                        145-340         French Market interior (19), [n.d.].

                        145-341         H. Begue's (126), [n.d.].

                        145-342         Old Fashioned French Drum Table, Mr. Begue--interior (40), [n.d.].

                        145-343 -

                        145-347         Blue Kitchen Luncheonette, [n.d.].

                        145-348         Old Luggar Landing (115), [n.d.].

                        145-349         Bayou St. John (45), [n.d.].

                        145-350         Canal Street Foot Ferry and Ships (83), [n.d.].

                        145-351         Old Basin and Boats (67), [n.d.].

                        145-352         Asher J. Hudson boat, [n.d.].

                        145-353         Mast sail ship (3), [n.d.].

                        145-354         Hanover ship, [n.d.].

                        145-355         S.S. Crathens (118), [n.d.].

                        145-356         Freight Conveyors on the river front (188), [n.d.].

                        145-520         Logging industry, [n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.3: Indoor Photography.

 

145-357 -

145-363         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-364         7" x 7" glass plate.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-357         Elks Place and old criminal court house, [n.d.].

                        145-358 -

                        145-360         Old Spanish Courtyard, Royal Street, [n.d.].

                        145-364         Slave Block, Hotel Royal, [n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.4: Miscellaneous Items.

 

145-365 -

145-369         8" x 10" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-365         Diagram of inundated district, Sauve's Crevasse, 1849 [n.d.].

                        145-368         Seismic record of hurricane of September 29, 1915 by seismograph at Loyola University, N.O. [La., n.d.].

                        145-369         Flood Control Project of the Sacramento Valley [Cal., n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.5: Outdoor Photography (Cemeteries and Chapels).

 

145-370 -

145-390         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-391 -

145-394         8" x 10" film.

145-519         11" x 14" glass plate.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-370 -

                        145-371         St. Louis Cemetery [n.d.].

                        145-372 -

                        145-377         Metairie Cemetery [n.d.].

                        145-379         Army of Tennessee Monument, [n.d.].

                        145-380,

                        145-387 -

                        145-390         St. Roch's Cemetery and Chapel, [n.d.].

                        145-382         Vacarro Bros. tomb decorated (97), [n.d.].

                        145-384         Old House of Refuge (82), [n.d.].

                        145-385         St. Patrick Cemetery, [n.d.].

                        145-386         [Cemetery Scene] (120), [n.d.]

                        145-391         [Possibly Catholic Church in St. Bernard, n.d.].

                        145-393 -

                        145-394         [St. Leo the Great, n.d.].

                        145-519         [Decorated vault, n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.6: Outdoor Photography (Rural Scenes and City Parks).

 

145-395 -

145-396         5" x 7" glass plates.

145-397 -

145-398         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-399 -

145-400         5" x 7" glass plates.

145-401         8" x 10" film.

145-402 -

145-435[2]        8" x 10" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-399 -

                        145-400         Negro huts, [n.d.].

                        145-402 -

                        145-403,

                        145-406 -

                        145-416         Oak and magnolia trees, [n.d.].

                        145-404 -

                        145-405         Horticultural House, Audubon Park, [n.d.].

                        145-417 -

                        145-421         City Park, [n.d.].

                        145-422 -

                        145-423         Packingham [sic] Headquarters, [n.d.].

                        145-424 -

                        145-425         [Plantation homes, n.d.].

                        145-427 -

                        145-435         [Country scenes, n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.7: Outdoor Photography (Urban Scenes).  See also Miscellany, 145-607.

 

145-436 -

145-447         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-488 -

145-451         8" x 10" film.

145-452 -

145-457         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-458         8" x 10" film.

145-459 -

145-482,

145-600 -

145-606         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-483         8" x 10" film.

145-484 -

145-488         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-489         8" x 10" film.

145-490 -

145-495         8" x 10" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

145-436 -

145-442         [Monuments in N.O., n.d.].

145-456 -

145-470         [Building in New Orleans Central Business District, n.d.].

145-471         Crescent track, [n.d.].

145-472 -

145-495         [French Quarter, n.d.].

 

 

Series II.  Copy prints.

 

145-535         Copy prints, 145-1 - 145-372.

 

145-536         Copy prints, 145-373 - 145-607.

 

 

Series III.  Record books of Frank B. Moore, Ltd.  A majority of the volumes contain numbered and unnumbered lists of subjects photographed.  Some contain random notation, and information on receipts and expenses in addition to photographic lists.  Others contain company expenses only.  All books are arranged in chronological order, and numbers and descriptions appearing in parentheses are those assigned by the original compiler.

 

145-538         [n.d.] (1-1000, contest).

 

145-539         1906 - 1916 (1-16804, Index, St. Charles Ave. Studio).

 

145-540         February 24, 1910 - March 22, 1914 (1923-4487).

 

145-541         October 7, 1913 - [?] (5000-15612, Index).

 

145-542         October 7, 1913 - August 27, 1914 (5001-7063) with notations.

 

145-543         March 22, 1914 - February 26, 1917 (4488-4999, 15000-15867) with notations.

 

145-544         August 27, 1914 - January 29, 1916 (7064-8981) with notations.

 

145-545         February 1, 1916 - March 16, 1917 (8982-10410).

 

145-546         ca. 1917 (1-628, Expenses--Duplicates) with notations and information on expenses and receipts.

 

145-547         March 1917 - March 1918 (19422-12364).

 

145-548         September 24, 1917 - November 27, 1918 (64-1489).

 

145-549         March 1918 - April 13, 1918 (12375-12553) with notations.

 

145-550         April 22, 1918 - January 1919 (136-4-14612).

 

145-551         January 1919 - 1931 (14613-42110 Index).

 

145-552         January 1, 1919 - December 1920 (1490-2092 Passports).

 

145-553         October 18, 1919 - 1920 (1000-1960) with notations.

 

145-554         January 20, 1919 - January 3, 1920 (14613-18605) with notations.

 

145-555         1920 - 1921 (2000-3136 Jambalaya).

 

145-556         January 3, 1920 - August 1921 (18606-19895).

 

145-557         August 21, 1920 - May 22, 1921 (19896-21175).

 

145-558         May 20, 1921 - October 1922 (21176-24321).

 

145-559         November 4, 1922 - October 1923 (24322-26795).

 

145-560         April 1923 - June 26, 1926 (205-2483 Colored Studio) with notations.

 

145-561         October 23, 1923 - October 1, 1924 (26795-28250) with notations.

 

145-562         October 1, 1924 - August 28, 1925 (28251-29920) with notations.

 

145-563         August 14, 1925 - October 4, 1926 (29921-31631).

 

145-564         July 21, 1926 - 1930 (100-1553) with notations.

 

145-565         September 7, 1926 - July 1927 (31632-33200).

 

145-566         July 1927 - April 1928 (33201-35701) with notations.

 

145-567         January 10, 1928 - April 1929 (36000-38065) with notations.

 

145-568         April 16, 1929 - January 1930 (38066-39471).

 

145-569         January 8, 1930 - April 1931 (39472-42110).

 

145-570         May 5, 1930 - September 11, 1935 (1554-52065).

 

145-571         May 1931 - June 1944 (42125-71183 Index).

 

145-572         May 1, 1931 - May 1932 (42111-43682).

 

145-573         May 26, 1932 - November 1934 (43683-50988) with notations.

 

145-574         May 1935 - December 1935, unnumbered entries.

 

145-575         September 13, 1935 - October 3, 1936 (52100-54485).

 

145-576         September 14, 1936 - September 24, 1937 (54486-56894).

 

145-577         September 20, 1937 - November 30, 1938 (56895-59291) with notations.

 

145-578         October 19, 1938 - March 27, 1941 (59292-62588).

 

145-579         March 27, 1941 - December 1, 1942 (62589-65631).

 

145-580         December 2, 1942 - August 3, 1944 (65632-68905).

 

145-581         June 20, 1944 - December 12, 1945 (68906-71725).

 

145-582         August 1, 1945 - January 1963 (71205-83874).

 

145-583         December 13, 1945 - April 17, 1948 (71726-73828).

 

145-584         April 19, 1948 - January 8, 1951 (73829-75907).

 

145-585         January 13, 1951 - November 1, 1953 (75908-78008).

 

145-586         November 5, 1953 - September 1, 1955 (78008½-79221).

 

145-587         September 1, 1955 - September 15, 1959 (79222-81532).

 

145-588         January 1, 1956 - April 1958.  Debits, credits, and numbers that appear to identify photographs.

 

145-589         May 1, 1958 - August 1960.  Debits, credits, and numbers that appear to identify photographs.

 

145-590         September 1, 1959 - May 1, 1963 (81533-83874) with notations.

 

145-591         September 1960 - April 1963.  Business account book of photographer.  Debits, credits, costs incurred by studios.

 

145-592         May 1, 1963 - April 30, 1967 (8375-68234).

 

145-593         April 1966 - February 1969.  Business account book of photographer.

 

145-594         March 1969 - May 1972.  Business account book of photographer.

 

145-595         June 1972 - December 1972.  Business account book of photographer.

 

 

Series IV.  Miscellany.

 

145-596         Photogravure plate (4 3/4" x 6¼"), wedding portrait.

 

145-597         Photogravure plate (12" x 18"), composite of beauty contest winners.

 

145-598         8" x 10" back for portrait camera.

 

145-607         7½" x 5¼" photograph.  Medical College of Louisiana, Baronne and Common Streets (N.O., La.).  Back of photograph lists Louis P. David, 150 Royal Street, as photographer.

 

145-599         Cracked glass plate negatives.

 

                                                                           • • •

 

                        Damaged negatives (77 film, 19 glass plates) and 6 paper prints are housed in the following boxes:

 

Box A  About 48 (8" x 10") film negatives.

 

Box B              29 film and 4 glass plate negatives.

 

Box C 11 glass plate negatives.

 

Box D 4 glass plate negatives and 6 paper prints.

 

Box E              Fragments of glass plate negatives.

 

                                                                           • • •

 

                                    Images of boys.

 

145-1              Individual boy (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-2              Individual boy (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-3              Individual boy (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-4              Individual boy (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-5              Individual boy (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-6              Individual boy (5" x 7" film).

145-7              Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-8              Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-9              Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-10            Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-11            Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-12            Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-13            Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-14            Individual boy (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-15            Individual girl (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-16            Individual girl (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-17            Individual girl (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-18            Individual girl (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-18A         Individual girl (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-19            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-20            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-21            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-22            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-23            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-24            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-25            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-26            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-27            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-28            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-29            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-30            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-31            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-32            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-33            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-34            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-35            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-36            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-37            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-38            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-39            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-40            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-41            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-42            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-43            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-44            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-45            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-46            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-47            Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-527         Individual men (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-48            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-49            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-50            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-51            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-52            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-53            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-54            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-55            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-56            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-57            Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-537         Individual men (5" x 7" film).

145-58            Individual men (5" x 7" glass plate).

145-59            Individual men (3½" x 5" glass plate).

145-60            Individual men (3½" x 5" glass plate).

145-496         Individual men (11" x 14" glass plate).

145-497         Individual men (11" x 14" glass plate).

145-525         Individual men (11" x 14" glass plate).

145-526         Individual men (11" x 14" glass plate).

145-530         Individual men (11" x 14" glass plate).

145-61            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-62            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-63            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-64            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-65            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-66            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-67            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-68            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-69            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-70            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-71            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-72            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-73            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-74            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-75            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-76            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-77            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-78            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-79            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-80            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-81            Individual women (8" x 10" film).

145-82            Individual women (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-83            Individual women (8" x 10" glass plate).

145-84            Individual women (8" x 10" glass plate).

148-85            Individual women (8" x 10" glass plate).

 

145-86 -

145-93                                    8" x 10" film.

145-94 -

145-207                                 8" x 10" glass plates.

145-208 -

145-215                                 5" x 7" glass plates.

145-216 -

145-224                                 8" x 10" film.

145-225 -

145-235,

145-529,

145-531                                 8" x 10" glass plates.

145-521 -

145-524                                 11" x 14" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-24            Plantation negro & palmettos, [n.d.].

                        145-47            Pie Man, [n.d.].

                        145-61 -

                        145-85,

                        145-151         Gladys, [n.d.].

                        145-101 -

                        145-102         Crescent Commides, [n.d.].

                        145-48 -

                        145-57            Sonny Moore, [n.d.].

                        145-172         [Mrs. James Wittenberg, n.d.].

                        145-224,

                        145-521 -

                        145-523         [Art Photography, n.d.].

                        145-525         Portrait of a man, Parker, [n.d.].

                        145-528         Brother Jones, aged negro, [n.d.].

 

                        Multiple figures.

 

145-236 -

145-302                     8" x 10" glass plates.

145-303 -

145-305                     5" x 7" glass plates.

145-306                     4" x 5" film.

145-307 -

145-309                     8" x 10" film.

145-498 -

145-518                     11" x 14" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-255         The Seven Parisian Violets, [n.d.].

                        145-275         Schelling's Dixie Jazz Band, [n.d.].

                        145-276         Fischbein-Williams Syncopators, [n.d.].

                        145-498         Pop and Mom, [n.d.].

                        145-498         Central Trade Labor Union, [n.d.].

                        145-499         [Wedding group, n.d.]

                        145-500         Dental Class of Loyola University, 1923.

                        145-501         NOCP, 1918.

                        145-502         Central Trade and Labor Council--Labor Day Committee, [n.d.].

                        145-503         [Family portrait, n.d.].

                        145-504         [Patriotic pageant, n.d.].

                        145-505         Law Class, Loyola University, 1923.

                        145-506         Sophomore Class, T.H.S. (Houma, La.), 1915.

                        145-507         [Musicians, n.d.].

                        145-508         Nu Sigma, N.O., [n.d.].

                        145-509         [Doctors from Charity, Touro, Richardson, and Hutchinson hospitals, n.d.].

                        145-510         Commerce Department, T.H.S. (Houma, La.), 1915.

                        145-511         T.H.S. Staff (Houma, La.), [n.d.].

                        145-512         Pharmacy Class, Loyola University, 1923.

                        145-513         [Doctors from Charity, Touro, Richardson, and Hutchinson hospitals, n.d.].

                        145-514         Warren Easton High School, 1924.

                        145-515         [Musicians, n.d.].

                        145-515A       [Women in costume, n.d.].

                        145-516         Junior High School, T.H.S. (Houma, La.), [n.d.].

                        145-517         [Costumed group, n.d.].

                        145-518         Pharmaceutical Chemists, 1917.

                        145-532         Warren Easton High School, 1923.

                        145-533         Tulane M.E., 1918.

                        145-534         T.H.S. (Houma, La.), 1915.

 

            Subseries I.2: Industry / Commerce / Business.

 

145-310 -

145-327[3]        8" x 10" glass plates.

145-328         8" x 10" film negatives.

145-329 -

145-342         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-343 -

145-347         8" x 10" film.

145-348 -

145-356         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-520         11" x 14" glass plate.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-310 -

                        145-313         Banana cargo, conveyors, mart (5, 104, 103), [n.d.].

                        145-314 -

                        145-315         Freight conveyors (85, 87), [n.d.].

                        145-316         Cotton floats (64), [n.d.].

                        145-319         Cotton on levee and ships (33), [n.d.].

                        145-323         S.S. Aquarius coming into the port of Rottendam [sic], June 24, 1922.

                        145-324         Steamship Proteus (141), [n.d.].

                        145-325         Southern Pacific Dock (99), [n.d.].

                        145-326 -

                        145-328         Johnson Iron Works, 9/17/1918, Job 198.

                        145-329         Rail, Jno. E. Mahoney (1039), [n.d.].

                        145-333         Interior and exterior of freight sheds, N.O. Terminal Co. (112), [n.d.].

                        145-334         Loading moss on a river, [n.d.].

                        145-338 -

                        145-339         [Fac-try-Lhy advertisement, n.d.].

                        145-340         French Market interior (19), [n.d.].

                        145-341         H. Begue's (126), [n.d.].

                        145-342         Old Fashioned French Drum Table, Mr. Begue--interior (40), [n.d.].

                        145-343 -

                        145-347         Blue Kitchen Luncheonette, [n.d.].

                        145-348         Old Luggar Landing (115), [n.d.].

                        145-349         Bayou St. John (45), [n.d.].

                        145-350         Canal Street Foot Ferry and Ships (83), [n.d.].

                        145-351         Old Basin and Boats (67), [n.d.].

                        145-352         Asher J. Hudson boat, [n.d.].

                        145-353         Mast sail ship (3), [n.d.].

                        145-354         Hanover ship, [n.d.].

                        145-355         S.S. Crathens (118), [n.d.].

                        145-356         Freight Conveyors on the river front (188), [n.d.].

                        145-520         Logging industry, [n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.3: Indoor Photography.

 

145-357 -

145-363         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-364         7" x 7" glass plate.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-357         Elks Place and old criminal court house, [n.d.].

                        145-358 -

                        145-360         Old Spanish Courtyard, Royal Street, [n.d.].

                        145-364         Slave Block, Hotel Royal, [n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.4: Miscellaneous Items.

 

145-365 -

145-369         8" x 10" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-365         Diagram of inundated district, Sauve's Crevasse, 1849 [n.d.].

                        145-368         Seismic record of hurricane of September 29, 1915 by seismograph at Loyola University, N.O. [La., n.d.].

                        145-369         Flood Control Project of the Sacramento Valley [Cal., n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.5: Outdoor Photography (Cemeteries and Chapels).

 

145-370 -

145-390         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-391 -

145-394         8" x 10" film.

145-519         11" x 14" glass plate.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-370 -

                        145-371         St. Louis Cemetery [n.d.].

                        145-372 -

                        145-377         Metairie Cemetery [n.d.].

                        145-379         Army of Tennessee Monument, [n.d.].

                        145-380,

                        145-387 -

                        145-390         St. Roch's Cemetery and Chapel, [n.d.].

                        145-382         Vacarro Bros. tomb decorated (97), [n.d.].

                        145-384         Old House of Refuge (82), [n.d.].

                        145-385         St. Patrick Cemetery, [n.d.].

                        145-386         [Cemetery Scene] (120), [n.d.]

                        145-391         [Possibly Catholic Church in St. Bernard, n.d.].

                        145-393 -

                        145-394         [St. Leo the Great, n.d.].

                        145-519         [Decorated vault, n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.6: Outdoor Photography (Rural Scenes and City Parks).

 

145-395 -

145-396         5" x 7" glass plates.

145-397 -

145-398         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-399 -

145-400         5" x 7" glass plates.

145-401         8" x 10" film.

145-402 -

145-435[4]        8" x 10" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

                        145-399 -

                        145-400         Negro huts, [n.d.].

                        145-402 -

                        145-403,

                        145-406 -

                        145-416         Oak and magnolia trees, [n.d.].

                        145-404 -

                        145-405         Horticultural House, Audubon Park, [n.d.].

                        145-417 -

                        145-421         City Park, [n.d.].

                        145-422 -

                        145-423         Packingham [sic] Headquarters, [n.d.].

                        145-424 -

                        145-425         [Plantation homes, n.d.].

                        145-427 -

                        145-435         [Country scenes, n.d.].

 

            Subseries I.7: Outdoor Photography (Urban Scenes).  See also Miscellany, 145-607.

 

145-436 -

145-447         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-488 -

145-451         8" x 10" film.

145-452 -

145-457         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-458         8" x 10" film.

145-459 -

145-482,

145-600 -

145-606         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-483         8" x 10" film.

145-484 -

145-488         8" x 10" glass plates.

145-489         8" x 10" film.

145-490 -

145-495         8" x 10" glass plates.

 

                        The following identifications are noted on the above negatives; titles, except where bracketed, were assigned by the original photographer, as were numbers in parentheses.

 

145-436 -

145-442         [Monuments in N.O., n.d.].

145-456 -

145-470         [Building in New Orleans Central Business District, n.d.].

145-471         Crescent track, [n.d.].

145-472 -

145-495         [French Quarter, n.d.].

 

 

Series II.  Copy prints.

 

145-535         Copy prints, 145-1 - 145-372.

 

145-536         Copy prints, 145-373 - 145-607.

 

 

Series III.  Record books of Frank B. Moore, Ltd.  A majority of the volumes contain numbered and unnumbered lists of subjects photographed.  Some contain random notation, and information on receipts and expenses in addition to photographic lists.  Others contain company expenses only.  All books are arranged in chronological order, and numbers and descriptions appearing in parentheses are those assigned by the original compiler.

 

145-538         [n.d.] (1-1000, contest).

 

145-539         1906 - 1916 (1-16804, Index, St. Charles Ave. Studio).

 

145-540         February 24, 1910 - March 22, 1914 (1923-4487).

 

145-541         October 7, 1913 - [?] (5000-15612, Index).

 

145-542         October 7, 1913 - August 27, 1914 (5001-7063) with notations.

 

145-543         March 22, 1914 - February 26, 1917 (4488-4999, 15000-15867) with notations.

 

145-544         August 27, 1914 - January 29, 1916 (7064-8981) with notations.

 

145-545         February 1, 1916 - March 16, 1917 (8982-10410).

 

145-546         ca. 1917 (1-628, Expenses--Duplicates) with notations and information on expenses and receipts.

 

145-547         March 1917 - March 1918 (19422-12364).

 

145-548         September 24, 1917 - November 27, 1918 (64-1489).

 

145-549         March 1918 - April 13, 1918 (12375-12553) with notations.

 

145-550         April 22, 1918 - January 1919 (136-4-14612).

 

145-551         January 1919 - 1931 (14613-42110 Index).

 

145-552         January 1, 1919 - December 1920 (1490-2092 Passports).

 

145-553         October 18, 1919 - 1920 (1000-1960) with notations.

 

145-554         January 20, 1919 - January 3, 1920 (14613-18605) with notations.

 

145-555         1920 - 1921 (2000-3136 Jambalaya).

 

145-556         January 3, 1920 - August 1921 (18606-19895).

 

145-557         August 21, 1920 - May 22, 1921 (19896-21175).

 

145-558         May 20, 1921 - October 1922 (21176-24321).

 

145-559         November 4, 1922 - October 1923 (24322-26795).

 

145-560         April 1923 - June 26, 1926 (205-2483 Colored Studio) with notations.

 

145-561         October 23, 1923 - October 1, 1924 (26795-28250) with notations.

 

145-562         October 1, 1924 - August 28, 1925 (28251-29920) with notations.

 

145-563         August 14, 1925 - October 4, 1926 (29921-31631).

 

145-564         July 21, 1926 - 1930 (100-1553) with notations.

 

145-565         September 7, 1926 - July 1927 (31632-33200).

 

145-566         July 1927 - April 1928 (33201-35701) with notations.

 

145-567         January 10, 1928 - April 1929 (36000-38065) with notations.

 

145-568         April 16, 1929 - January 1930 (38066-39471).

 

145-569         January 8, 1930 - April 1931 (39472-42110).

 

145-570         May 5, 1930 - September 11, 1935 (1554-52065).

 

145-571         May 1931 - June 1944 (42125-71183 Index).

 

145-572         May 1, 1931 - May 1932 (42111-43682).

 

145-573         May 26, 1932 - November 1934 (43683-50988) with notations.

 

145-574         May 1935 - December 1935, unnumbered entries.

 

145-575         September 13, 1935 - October 3, 1936 (52100-54485).

 

145-576         September 14, 1936 - September 24, 1937 (54486-56894).

 

145-577         September 20, 1937 - November 30, 1938 (56895-59291) with notations.

 

145-578         October 19, 1938 - March 27, 1941 (59292-62588).

 

145-579         March 27, 1941 - December 1, 1942 (62589-65631).

 

145-580         December 2, 1942 - August 3, 1944 (65632-68905).

 

145-581         June 20, 1944 - December 12, 1945 (68906-71725).

 

145-582         August 1, 1945 - January 1963 (71205-83874).

 

145-583         December 13, 1945 - April 17, 1948 (71726-73828).

 

145-584         April 19, 1948 - January 8, 1951 (73829-75907).

 

145-585         January 13, 1951 - November 1, 1953 (75908-78008).

 

145-586         November 5, 1953 - September 1, 1955 (78008½-79221).

 

145-587         September 1, 1955 - September 15, 1959 (79222-81532).

 

145-588         January 1, 1956 - April 1958.  Debits, credits, and numbers that appear to identify photographs.

 

145-589         May 1, 1958 - August 1960.  Debits, credits, and numbers that appear to identify photographs.

 

145-590         September 1, 1959 - May 1, 1963 (81533-83874) with notations.

 

145-591         September 1960 - April 1963.  Business account book of photographer.  Debits, credits, costs incurred by studios.

 

145-592         May 1, 1963 - April 30, 1967 (8375-68234).

 

145-593         April 1966 - February 1969.  Business account book of photographer.

 

145-594         March 1969 - May 1972.  Business account book of photographer.

 

145-595         June 1972 - December 1972.  Business account book of photographer.

 

 

Series IV.  Miscellany.

 

145-596         Photogravure plate (4 3/4" x 6¼"), wedding portrait.

 

145-597         Photogravure plate (12" x 18"), composite of beauty contest winners.

 

145-598         8" x 10" back for portrait camera.

 

145-607         7½" x 5¼" photograph.  Medical College of Louisiana, Baronne and Common Streets (N.O., La.).  Back of photograph lists Louis P. David, 150 Royal Street, as photographer.

 

145-599         Cracked glass plate negatives.

 

                                                                           • • •

 

                        Damaged negatives (77 film, 19 glass plates) and 6 paper prints are housed in the following boxes:

 

Box A              About 48 (8" x 10") film negatives.

 

Box B              29 film and 4 glass plate negatives.

 

Box C             11 glass plate negatives.

 

Box D             4 glass plate negatives and 6 paper prints.

 

Box E              Fragments of glass plate negatives.

 

 

 

Index Terms

 

 

Moore, Frank B.

New Orleans (La.)—Views

 



            [1]Item 317 removed because of damage to box 145-599.

            [2]Item 427 removed because of damage to box 145-599.

            [3]Item 317 removed because of damage to box 145-599.

            [4]Item 427 removed because of damage to box 145-599.