Manuscript Resources on The History of Education

This guide describes collections documenting the history of education in the Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections (LLMVC) at LSU. It includes the papers of education officials; college deans; university presidents; professors; principals; teachers; and students. It also contains some records of defunct universities, colleges, and schools. There are a number of collections containing records of teachers' associations and student clubs and organizations.

Records of Louisiana State University, which are part of the LSU University Archives, and the papers of LSU faculty, students, and alumni, are not described in this guide unless they also relate to education apart from LSU. A separate guide to the papers of LSU faculty, students, and alumni is forthcoming. Many University Archives records are described in the University Archives section of the Special Collections web site.

The guide contains school notebooks of elementary and university students; term papers and theses; diplomas; and materials on medical and legal education. There is also information about public, private, and parochial schools; higher education; and school integration. Most of the collections are from Louisiana, but there are also materials from other parts of the Lower Mississippi Valley.

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Murphy, Carolyn. Bound manuscript, 1967. 1 vol. (on microfilm). Location: Mss. Mf.:M. Graduate student in the Department of History, Louisiana State University. Term paper of 38 pages, 38 plates, and two maps, on Longwood Plantation in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2228.

Referenced in Guides: Sugar, Plantations, Education, Baton Rouge, LSU

Murrill, Paul, 1934-. Papers, 1966, 1971. 1 linear ft. Location: 6:66. Chancellor of Louisiana State University (1974-1981). Typescripts of "Automatic Control of Processes" by Paul W. Murrill (1967); "Formulation and Optimization of Mathematical Models" by Cecil L. Smith, Ralph W. Pike and Paul W. Murrill (1970); and "PL/I Programming" by Paul W. Murrill and Cecil L. Smith (1973). For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2605.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU, Literature

Nauman, Robert V. Papers, 1900-1990, undated. 11 linear ft. Location: 111:1-6, OS:N. Chemistry Professor and founding member of the Faculty Senate at Louisiana State University. Contains correspondence, information on the National Science Foundation Summer Program at LSU, Faculty Senate records, publications, and various other working files. Mss. 5021.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Needham Family Papers, 1904-1923. 4 items, 2 ms. vols., 6 printed vols. Location: Y:83. Collection contains teaching notebook and classbook of Iowa public school teacher (1917, 1921); Masonic initiation rite (1904); and pamphlets giving lessons for printers (1923). For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2299.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Nesom, Anne Reiley. Notebooks, 1907-1951. 7 volumes. Location: 51:1. Native of East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana and poet. Notebooks consist of typewritten poems (published and unpublished) and indices to them; some prose works; handwritten notations; outlines for Nesom's poetry appreciation class; and newspaper clippings and other printed materials pertaining to friends and other interests. Mss. 4225.

Referenced in Guides: Religion, Women, Education, Literature

New Orleans Free Kindergarten Association Records, 1909-1914. 266 items, 3 vols. (1 ms. vol., 2 printed vols.). Location: T:28. Organization affiliated with the Federation of Non-Sectarian Charity and Philanthropy of New Orleans. Member organizations included the Sophie C. Hart Free Kindergarten, the Michel Heymann Free Kindergarten, and the Jurgens Free Kindergarten. Collection contains correspondence, bylaws, minutes, treasurer's reports, and a roll book which pertain to the membership, financing, and work of the New Orleans Free Kindergarten Association. Included are printed reports of out-of-state free kindergartens and 2 pamphlets. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 760.

Referenced in Guides: New Orleans 1866-, Education

New Orleans League of Nursing Education Records, 1936-1952. Approximately 800 items. Location: 124:. Organization affiliated with the National League of Nursing Education and the Louisiana League of Nursing Education. Records consist of correspondence, reports, by-laws, and minutes of the New Orleans League; programs and pamphlets from conventions; programs and printed material of the Louisiana State Nurses Association; and items related to continuing education. Included are materials pertaining to a report prepared for the National Nursing Council by Esther Lucile Brown entitled 'Nursing for the Future.' For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1608.

Referenced in Guides: Women, New Orleans 1866-, Education

Nichols, Irby C. and family. Papers, 1862-1972. 15 linear ft. Location: 45:15-20, 44:26-27, OS:N. Louisiana State University professor of mathematics. His wife, Pauline Wright Nichols, studied art and design at Newcomb School of Art and the Chicago Art Institute. After they married she continued her design work. Correspondence, printed items, financial papers, legal documents, memoirs, journals, pedagogical materials, and photographs document the professional, business, and personal lives of the Nichols family, primarily Irby C. and Pauline Nichols. Sketches and other graphic materials reflect the artistic career of Pauline Nichols. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 3798.

Opelousas Philharmonic, Literary and Dramatic Association handbill. Handbill, circa 1880-1920. 1 item. Location: E:Imprints. Benefit performance given for the Public School Building Fund. 'Ten Nights In A Bar-Room,' dramatized from T. S. Arthur's novel, was presented. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1189.

Referenced in Guides: Performing arts, Education, Literature

Osborn, Marvin G., 1885-1958. Scrapbooks, 1906, 1913-1956. 19 ms. vols. Location: F:21. Native of Winnsboro, Louisiana, and director of the School of Journalism of LSU.Scrapbooks containing letters, broadsides, programs, and newspaper clippings documenting the School of Journalism, high school and college journalism in Louisiana, the LSU Press Service, the Louisiana Press Association, and Professor Osborn's association with Louisiana State University for fifty years.. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1730.

Referenced in Guides: Women, Education, LSU

Ott, C. Ellis. Papers, 1926-1954, undated. 6 linear ft. Location: 126:. Resident of Bogalusa, Louisiana, judge of the 22nd Judicial District Court (1930-1936), and judge of the First Circuit Court of Appeals (1936-1947). Judicial papers relate mostly to Ott's judgeship of the Court of Appeals. Personal papers pertain to home study courses at the University of Chicago and include correspondence and other materials pertaining to his book, "The American Citizen in Government." A copy of the book is also included. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1665, 1741.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Education

Page, Frank Crawford. Papers, 1923-1972, undated. 0.5 linear ft. Location: W:135, OS:P. Organist and professor of music at LSU, originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Papers include correspondence, notes, and printed materials related to teaching activities, recitals, general music studies, pipe organ specifications, church music, and limericks. Mss. 2837.

Referenced in Guides: Performing arts, Education, Baton Rouge, LSU

Paille, Clara. Copy book, 1911. 1 ms. vol. (on microfilm). Location: Mss. Mf.:P. Student of St. Joseph's Academy in Baton Rouge. Copy book containing essays on various subjects including race, Louisiana history, geometry, and architecture, illustrated with original drawings. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2711.

Referenced in Guides: Women, Education, Baton Rouge, African Americans

Palfrey Family Papers, 1776-1918. (bulk 1806-1875). 388 items; 21 vols. Location: 77:89, H:22, Mss.Mf:P, 99. Family of planters, businessmen, politicians, public servants and author. Papers of John Palfrey (1768-1843) relate chiefly to the operation of Forlorn Hope Plantation, education of his sons, War of 1812, and reflect plantation life. Topics include the trade embargo, West Florida Controversy and the capture of Baton Rouge, War of 1812, slavery, cotton and salt production, and banking. Family papers pertain to Civil War battles, plantation economics, Confederate government, and Reconstruction. Papersof William Palfrey concern Ricahoc Plantation and a partnership David Weeks. They also discuss the Clinton and Port Hudson Railroad Company (1841-1842). Some items in French and Spanish. Available (with some omissions) on microfilm 6061 and 5322: University Publications of America Records of Southern Plantations from Emancipation to the Great Migration, Series B, Part 6, Reel 12; Records of Ante-Bellum Southern Plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War, Series I, Part 1, Reels 1-4. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 333, 334, 1409, 1442, 1632, 2076, 2580, 2773, 2857.

Patrick, R. W. Account book, 1846-1850. 1 vol. Location: Misc.:P. Deputy clerk of court of Clinton, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. Daily register contains entries for court fees for parish, district, and probate court cases; expenditures for the court house; fees for licenses; payments of school fund; and salary and loans. For further information, see online catalog. Part of the East Feliciana Parish Archives Collection. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1100.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Peichardiere, Aldric Lottin de la. Papers, 1863-1881. 148 items and 3 ms. vols. Location: A:3. Reverend Father of the Marist Society, prefect of the Senior Division, and professor of French literature at Jefferson College, Convent, St. James Parish, Louisiana. Correspondence, books of meditations, and personal papers. In French. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1231.

Referenced in Guides: Religion, Education, French

Peirce, Charles Sanders, 1839-1914. Letter, 1860 March 11. 1 item. Location: Misc. Peirce gives his Louisiana address as U.S.C.S. Schooner Twilight, Quarantine Station, Buras Settlement P. O., Louisiana. Letter comments on the carefree life he is enjoying comments about classmates at Harvard College. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2417.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Percy, William Alexander, 1885-1942. Papers, 1911-1917. 2831 items, 13 vols. Location: Mss. Mf.:P. Author and poet of Greenville, Mississippi. Literary, legal, and personal correspondence and writings of William Alexander Percy deal with Harvard Law School, his military service in World War I, his law partnership with his father in Greenville, and his literary works. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 3275.

Referenced in Guides: Education, Literature, 20th Century Wars

Pereboom, Margaret, 1928-2008. Papers, 1977-1988 (bulk:1979-1982). 3.5 linear feet. Location: U:313-316; OS:P. A child psychologist who served as a member of the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board and as chair of Louisiana Women in Politics. Consists of correspondence, legal files, office files and statistical reports related to the desegregation case, Davis vs. East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, as well as administrative files for Louisiana Women in Politics and research materials on the role of women in elected office. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4958.

Perkins, Huel D. Papers, 1952-1990 (bulk 1978-1990). 9 linear ft. Location: 33A:31-35, OS:P. Faculty member at Louisiana State University, where he served as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (1979-1990) and as Executive Assistant to the Chancellor and Special Assistant to the Chancellor (1990-1998). In 1988, Governor Buddy Roemer appointed him to the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE). The collection documents the business affairs of BESE during Huel D. Perkins' tenure on the Board. Materials consist of minutes, correspondence, speeches, reports, and printed material. Subject matter relates to state and federal regulations, vocational/technical education, educational reforms, special education, and the Louisiana Quality Education Support Fund, also known as the 8(g) Fund.The collection also pertains to Perkins' involvement in higher education and the study of the humanities during his tenure as professor and administrator at Southern University and Louisiana State University. Mss. 4155.

Persac, Marie Adrien, 1823-1873. View of New Orleans, circa 1850-1870. 1 item. Location: E:65. Louisiana artist, teacher, architect, photographer, lithographer, and engineer. Printed illustration by Adrien Persac depicting New Orleans docks on the Mississippi River, with St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, and Pontalba Apartments in the background. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 3705.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Persac, Marie Adrien, 1823-1873. Photograph, undated 1 item. Location: E:74. Louisiana artist, teacher, architect, photographer, lithographer, and engineer. Photograph taken in Paris of Persac and a second photograph of his wife, Marie Odile Daigre of Manchac, La. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2739.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Peterson, Pattie P. Papers, 1962-1977. 4.3 linear feet. Location: 43:1-4, OS:P. Correspondence, notes, logs, and printed materials of Pattie P. Peterson (1916-ca. 1977?), state employee, member of Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations, and an advocate of civil rights. Correspondence pertains to race relations in Baton Rouge and the state and efforts to establish charity and volunteer programs. Notes and logs seem to be her record of what her contacts in the African American community told her about their attitudes about race relations and events in Baton Rouge. Printed materials include the newsletters of the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations and the Unitarian Fellowship of Baton Rouge, as well as articles, publications and pamphlets regarding African American education, race relations in Louisiana, the South, and the United States, and poverty.

Referenced in Guides: Women, Education, Baton Rouge, African Americans

Peterson, Pattie P. Papers, 1955-1977. 3.0 linear ft. Location: Y; 95-97, OS:P. Resident of Baton Rouge, La., civil servant, and civil rights advocate. Correspondence, logs, and notes, and printed material relative to race relations and desegregation in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and the civil rights movement in the nation. Papers also reflect Peterson’s involvement in public welfare organizations, including the Louisiana Commission on Human Relations, Rights, and Responsibilities and the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations. Correspondence also relates to family matters and the civil service system in Louisiana. Printed materials include the newsletters of the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations. Mss. 2955.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Women, Education, African Americans

Peytavin, John Ludger, b. 1859. Papers, 1852-1915. 102 items. Location: UU:84. Attorney, author, composer, and planter of Ancient Domain Plantation in St. James Parish, Louisiana, and of New Orleans. Collection includes letters, bills and receipts, and photographs, chiefly of Jefferson College in Convent, Louisiana, which Peytavin attended. A brochure describes the residents and history of Jefferson and several other parishes. Included are two family photograph albums, a volume of music composed by Peytavin, and two bound volumes of published sheet music. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1447.

Referenced in Guides: Performing arts, Education, Literature

Philip, Aba. Letter, 1913. 1 item. Location: Misc. Author of an essay on philosophy. Letter from Philip to Professor Frank Thilly of Cornell University regarding his essay and discussing proposed works. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 346.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Pickels, George Dunford. Papers, 1874-1879. .25 linear ft. (62 items). Location: A:5. Educator of Holmesville, Louisiana. Pickels was an original member of the Louisiana Educational Publishing Co., Ltd., Board of Directors. By 1892 he had become editor and proprietor of the official journal of the Louisiana Teachers Association. Manuscript copies of poems, essays, and stories, some of which were published, reflect Pickel's creativity and philosophy. There is one personal letter (1876) and a legal document (1874) regarding a machine used for filing gin saws. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 632.

Referenced in Guides: Education, Literature

Pickett, George Blair, 1930-, interviewee. Oral history interview, 1974. 2 sound cassettes (2 hours), Transcript: (48 pages). Location: L:4700.0051. President of the Llano Colony, a socialist cooperative society established in California (1914) and moved to Newllano, Vernon Parish, Louisiana (1918). Pickett was the son of George T. Pickett. Interview includes discussion of establishment of the Llano Colony, religious practices, education of children, daily life, manufacturing ventures, and the colony's collapse (1935). Reflections and descriptions of George T. Pickett also included. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4700.0051.

Referenced in Guides: Religion, Education

Pierce and Payne College. Document, 1857. 1 item. Location: Misc. Certified copy (1861) of a document prepared in 1857 to obtain subscriptions for professorships for Pierce & Payne College to be established in the vicinity of Pleasant Hill, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 866.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Pinckard, Joseph A. Papers, 1962-. Location: UU:176. Associate professor of Plant pathology ot LSU. Mss. 2236, 2341.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Pipkin, Charles W. Papers, 1930-1934, 1940. 30 items. Location: U:116. Political Science professor at Louisiana State University (1927-1942). Mimeographed and printed articles and speeches by Dean Pipkin , accompanied by related LSU News Bureau releases. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1706.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Pochmann, Henry A. Class registers, 1928-1930. 7 items, 3 ms. Vols. Location: Misc.:P. Professor of English Literature, LSU. Class registers and miscellaneous notes pertain to classes in English and Comparative Literature. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2838.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU, Literature

Polk, William, collector. Pictures, 1879-1880. 11 items. Location: B:11. LSU cadet. Photographs of Polk and other LSU cadets taken by Baton Rouge photographer Andrew D. Lytle; and a picture of the Deaf and Dumb and Blind Institute in Baton Rouge when it was housed on the campus of Louisiana State University. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2364.

Referenced in Guides: Education, Baton Rouge, LSU

Post, Lauren Chester. Papers, 1899-1977. 10 linear ft. Location: 7:11-22, 65:, W:10, OS:P. Native of Rayne, Louisiana, professor of geography at San Diego State University, and author of "Cajun Sketches" (1974) and "Louisiana As It Is" (1969). Correspondence, an autobiography, research materials, published and unpublished works, newspaper clippings, recordings of folk music, interviews, photos, and other material related to Post's books and research on Cajun folk-life and other topics. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2854.

Post, Lauren Chester. Photographs, 1873, 1877, undated. 36 items. Location: 7:23. Lauren C. Post, native of Rayne, Louisiana, was a professor of Geography at San Diego State University. Includes photographic negatives and prints of sketches of north Louisiana scenes, also of Sam H. Lockett. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 3261.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Pratt, George W. Letter, 1859. 1 item. Location: Misc. Resident of Kingston, Mississippi. Letter to Sanford E. Church, requesting legal assistance on behalf of the New Platz Academy in an appeal to the Mississippi legislature for funds. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1198.

Referenced in Guides: Education

Prichard, Walter, 1887-1965. Collection, 1804-1950 ca. (bulk 1804-1897). 196 items. Location: C:11-12. Professor of History, LSU. Collection contains the papers relating to the cotton trade, the career of Thomas Bolling Robertson, a politician and jurist, and Jane Dunbar Ferguson, a planter of Washington, Mississippi. Papers concern the Louisiana political activities of Robertson, the friction between the French and Americans in Louisiana, and yellow fever in New Orleans. Family letters of Ferguson discuss travel from New Orleans to New York, education, family matters, and Natchez acquaintances. Papers also contain with transcriptions, research notes, and footnotes by Prichard. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2509.

Pride, Nancy Burkett. Papers, 1971 June-November. 13 items [photocopies]. Location: Misc.:P. Correspondence with persons in New Orleans, Louisiana, including Beverly Brown, Bernie Shields, and Elizabeth Shields Fourton, concerning Mrs. Pride's research for a thesis on child acting and child labor laws (1900-1914). For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2666.

Referenced in Guides: Women, New Orleans 1866-, Education

Pugh, George W. Collection, 1867-1896. 4 items (photocopies). Location: W:26. "Dr. Pugh Family Journal' compiled by Dr. Thomas E. W. Pugh and excerpts from a copybook comprise the collection. They relate to the genealogy of the Pugh and related Williams, Collins, Slade, and Alston families, news columns written by William Whitmell Pugh describe the history of Assumption Parish from 1820-1860, and the Last Island Storm of 1896. Letterbook excerpts concern financial and business affairs, and the estate of Race's wife, Olivia. Other correspondence relates to the University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee. Race relates his views on secession (April 21, 1880). For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4750.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Education, Business

Pugh, W. W. (William Whitmell), 1811-1906. Family Papers, 1833-1941. 921 items, 11 ms. vols. Location: U:165-166, H:9, OS:P. Planter of Woodlawn Plantation, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, state representative, and president of the Board of Levee Commissioners. Papers document politics, the Board of Levee Commissioners, Christ Protestant Episcopal Church, education of the Pugh children, and plantation matters. Includes papers of Pugh's son Thomas, a physician; and Edward, a lawyer of Ascension Parish. Also included are materials relating to the Civil War and to Pugh's daughter-in-law, Eliza Lofton Phillips Pugh. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2052.

Referenced in Guides: Women, Civil War, Education, Medicine

Pugh, Whitmell Hill, 1781-1834. Certificate (photocopy), 1804. 1 item. Location: Misc. Certificate signed by Dr. Benjamin Rush, of the University of Pennsylvania, stating that Dr. Pugh had studied medicine under his supervision for one year and had completed his work with honors. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 810.

Referenced in Guides: Education, Medicine

Randolph, J. H. Classbook, 1883-1886. 1 vol. Location: H:12. Professor of mechanical engineering at LSU. Class roll book of Colonel J. H. Randolph. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 265.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Randolph, J. L., Class roll book, 1883-1886. 1 v. Location: H:12. Professor of mechanical engineering. Roll book of classes taught by Colonel J. L. Randolph at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 265.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Raynor, E. J. Papers, 1869, undated 7 items. Location: Misc. Correspondence of Raynor from the Essick Knitting Machine Company of Philadelphia offering him an agency, and a broadside describing the knitting machine for the making of hosiery in the home. Included are a letter and newspaper clipping concerning a meeting of friends of the Cuba Republic, the Kansas delegation seeking U.S. patronage, and comments on New York Medical University. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 889.

Referenced in Guides: Education, Business, Medicine

Read, William A. 'Festschrift' papers, 1937-1941. 123 items. Location: UU:128. LSU professor in the Department of English. Correspondence and manuscripts of articles from contributors to "Studies for William A. Read: A Miscellany Presented by Some of His Colleagues and Friends" (LSU Press, 1940), a volume honoring Professor Read upon his retirement in 1939. Correspondence is addressed to Nathaniel M. Caffee and Thomas A. Kirby, the editors of the volume. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1963.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU, Literature

Rees, Grover, 1891-, interviewee. Oral history interview, 1991-1992. Transcript (22, 25 pages), 2 sound cassettes (2.5 hours). Location: L:4700.0078. Native of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, and graduate of LSU (1912) and Harvard Law School (1915) who wrote a history of Breaux Bridge. Interview deals with his student years at LSU and Harvard; his book on Breaux Bridge; and his work at Gulf Oil Corporation. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4700.0078.

Rees, Paul Klein, 1902-. Manuscripts, 1963-1971. 15 items Location: 80:19-21, UU:163-164, UU:180-181. Professor of Mathematics, LSU. Manuscripts, galley proofs, and page proofs for Intermediate Algebra (3rd ed., 1964), College Algebra (5th ed., 1967), Algebra and Trigonometry (2nd ed., 1969), Calculus with Analytic Geometry (1969), and Intermediate Algebra (4th ed., 1971) by Paul K. Rees and Fred W. Sparks. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2235, 2400, 2598.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU, Literature

Reinberg, Louie C., interviewee. Oral history interview, 1992. 1 sound cassettes (30 min.), transcript (18 p.). Location: L:4700.0634. Director of the LSU Foundation, Brigadier General U. S. Marine Corps, and LSU graduate. Reinberg recounts his experiences as a cadet at LSU during the early 1930s; his military career; WWII service; career at LSU; and gives a brief discussion on the Marines and Korea. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4700.0634.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU, 20th Century Wars

Remy, Henry, 1810 or 11-1867. Collection, ca. 1843-1855. 315 items, 2 ms. vols. Location: B:46-47. Louisiana historian, essayist, and teacher. Research notes and materials covering the period 1704-1848 compiled by Remy for his history of Louisiana, entitled Histoire de la Louisiane. Includes copies of extracts from archival materials, newspaper articles, correspondence, and secondary sources. Two bound manuscript volumes contain a catalog of documents in the collection. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 938.

Referenced in Guides: Education, French

Reyer, Karl D. Papers, 1924-1995. 2 linear ft. Location: Range 43:. Professor of Management and Marketing in the College of Business Administration at LSU from 1937-1965. Printed items, correspondence, course materials, subject files, photographs, resumes, and other materials document Reyer's career as a professor and lecturer in the field of management and marketing. Papers contain drafts of Reyer's writings including 'Unusual small businesses: adaptive behavior by small businessmen.' For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2522.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU, Literature

Reynard, Charles A. and Marian Reynard Baun. Papers, 1927-1997 (bulk 1956-1993). 0.6 linear feet. Location: 107:17-18, J:25. Charles Reynard was a law professor at Louisiana State and an advocate of desegregation in Louisiana schools. Marian Reynard Baun was a psychology professor and community activist in Baton Rouge. The papers include correspondence, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, photocopies of scrapbooks, and other printed materials. Her collection contains personal papers, records from her involvement with the Committee on Campus Life and Committee on Women, and papers from her work as a member of the Friends of Public Education Board. For further information, online catalog. Mss. 4772.

Reynolds, Joseph M. (Joseph Melvin), 1924-1997. Papers, 1924-1990 (bulk 1962-1985). 5.3 linear ft. Location: 14:8-10. Physics professor at LSU until 1965, when he was promoted to the office of Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research, and then to positions of greater responsibility, culminating in his term as Vice President for Academic Affairs. Collection documenting Dr. Reynolds' scholarly and administrative activities at LSU, and his extensive involvement in groups that directly influenced national and cooperative efforts in space science. Materials include correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, presentation handouts, published and unpublished research papers, reports, publicity materials, photographs, films, and personal papers. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4529.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Rich, J. D. Papers, 1864-1867. 20 items. Location: A:119, OS:R. 1st lieutenant in the U.S. 80th Colored Infantry. Military correspondence, orders, telegraphs,legal papers, statements, and accounts related to Rich's duties as provost marshal. Materials reflect the administration of civil affairs such as education and legal disputes by the military, the effort to collect taxes and establish schools for freedmen, and aid given through the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands.

Richard, Joseph G. Papers, 1915-1970. 6 linear ft. Location: 129:60-62, OS:G. Author, horticulturist, consultant in agricultural extension work, and director of the Louisiana Agricultural Extension Service at LSU. Papers reflect Richard's work as a teacher and as a county agent in Louisiana; as an agricultural specialist in France; as an agricultural consultant in Switzerland, Austria, Italy, and Africa; and as an advisor to agriculturists visiting the U.S. Materials include photographs, teaching materials, speeches, writings, county agents' and agricultural extension workers' diaries, and agriculture circulars and bulletins. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2562.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Richardson, Miles, 1932-. Papers, 1961-1975. 8 vols., 3 items. Location: 77:85. LSU professor of geography and anthropology. Fieldwork notes, observations, and daily account of an anthropologist doing fieldwork in Latin America. Included are manuscript copies of two of Richardson's books, two sets of proofs for those books, and a reprint of an article by Richardson. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2253.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU, Literature

Richardson, Roger, interviewee. Oral history interview, 1983. Transcript (22, 25 pages), 2 sound cassettes (1 hour). Location: L:4700.0052. Roger and his wife, Carrie Johnston, were LSU students. Carrie's father, Hamilton Johnston, and Roger Richardson were professors in the College of Engineering. Interview deals with Roger and Carrie Richardson's experiences as students at the old and new campuses of LSU in the 1920s. It mentions attending football games with Huey Long, Hamilton Johnston's involvement with the construction of John M. Parker Auditorium, and Roger Richardson's LSU career. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4700.0052.

Referenced in Guides: Education, Baton Rouge, LSU, Long Family

Risley, Alice Farmer and family. Papers, 1856-1939 (bulk 1860-1930). 174 items; 4 volumes; 3 reels. Location: 9:29, J:21, OS:R; MSS.MF:R. The family papers and photographs of Phoebe Farmer, Alice Risley, and Sam Risley include material on life in Civil War Louisiana (especially New Iberia and New Orleans), participation in Grand Army of the Republic and National Association of Army Nurses of the Civil War, poetry, education, and Civil War hospitals. Within the collection are a Civil War diary of Alice Risley of her life in New Orleans and 91 period photographs. For more information, see online catalog. Mss. 2269, 4901.

Robert, E. B. (Edward Bane). Papers, 1921-1972, undated. 1.5 linear ft. Location: 6:51, OS:R. Faculty member at LSU for 29 years, Dean of the College of Education for 24 years. Papers chiefly relate to Robert's autobiography THE LIFE AND WORK OF E. B. (TED) ROBERT and include research materials, a typescript, and galley and page proofs. A volume entitled FOOTNOTES NOT IN THE BOOK and a copy of the autobiography are included. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2708.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Robertson, Minns S. Papers, 1910-1968, undated (bulk 1940-1955). 5 linear ft. Location: 43:54-56. Research Professor in the Louisiana State University College of Education from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s. Consists of professional correspondence, organizational records, printed materials, and research files. Mss. 2797.

Referenced in Guides: Education, LSU

Rockefeller, John D., III. Letter, 1961 October 6. 1 item. Location: Misc:R. New York philanthropist and businessman. Letter to Basil O'Conner invites him to attend a dinner for the benefit of the United Negro College Fund and outlines the program of the event. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2969.

Referenced in Guides: Education, African Americans

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