Huey P. long assassination editions COLLECTION
Series, Subseries, and Descriptions
Size: 3 linear feet (1 bound volume containing 10 newspapers)
dates: September 9, 1935 – September 13, 1935
Summary: Issues of the
Source: Found in library, July 2006
Times-Picayune Huey P. Long Assassination Editions Collection, Earl K. Long
a stint as railroad commissioner (now public services commissioner), Huey
Pierce Long (1893-1935) became governor of
was a man of national prominence when he returned to
For additional information about Huey P. Long and the ongoing questions that surround his assassination, see Biography Resource Center and other online databases, and books listed in the library’s online catalog including but not limited to the following:
at 100: Centennial Essays on Huey P. Long.
Henry C. Huey P. Long: Southern Demagogue or American Democrat?
Kingfish and His Realm: The Life and Times of Huey P. Long.
Jeansonne, Glen. Messiah of the Masses: Huey P. Long and the
Pavy, Donald A. Accident and Deception: The Huey Long
for a Kingfish.
The Reign of Huey P. Long.
Harry. Huey Long.
330-1 Bound volume containing issues of
Monday, September 9, 1935. Extra. Headline: “Long Shot and Wounded, Unidentified Man Is Killed.”
Monday, September 9, 1935. Extra. Headline: “Long Shot, Assailant Slain.”
Monday, September 9, 1935. Extra. Headline: “Long Shot, Assailant Slain.” Another version.
Monday, September 9, 1935. Extra. Headline: “Long Is Shot; Operated On.” Includes “Highlights in Career of Senator Huey P. Long; Man Who Shot Him.”
Monday, September 9, 1935. Extra. Headline: “Crisis for Long in 72 Hours.”
Tuesday, September 10, 1935. Headline: “Long Undergoes 3rd Transfusion; Grows Delirious Early This Morning.”
Tuesday, September 10, 1935. Extra. Headline: “Senator Dies at 4:10 A.M.”
Wednesday, September 11, 1935. Headline: “Senator Long Will Rest under Shadow of State’s Capitol.”
Thursday, September 12, 1935. Headline: “Body of Long Lies in State in Capitol, Public Files Past.”
Friday, September 13, 1935. Headline: “Throngs See Long’s Burial on Lawn of Louisiana Capitol.”
Long, Huey P.—Assassination
Weiss, Carl A.