Manuscript Resources on Politics

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Bouanchaud, Hewitt Leonidas, 1877-1950. Papers, 1910-1921, 1950. 14 items [photocopies and copy prints]. Location: Misc.:B. Louisiana politician and lieutenant governor. Papers include a letter from Bouanchaud's wife, newspaper clippings and other printed items pertaining to his political career, a formal photographic portrait, and a photograph of the 1921 Louisiana Constitutional Convention with Bouanchaud presiding. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 3095.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Women

Bovee, Albert. Letters, 1870, 1889. 6 letters. Location: Misc.:B. Louisiana State Librarian and son George E. Bovee, Louisiana Secretary of State, during Reconstruction. Five letters written during Reconstruction relate to Albert Bovee's employment and financial affairs, as well as those of his son, George E. Bovee. He questions the hiring practices and financial dealings of his son, George, with the implication of political corruption and cronyism. He writes about George's gambling addiction, and he complains about the low dollar value of state currency warrants (Feb. 19, March 19, April 11, 1870). He also gives details of a séance that he attended (March 6, 1870). The sixth letter written from Nevada, discusses his financial affairs, and the people with whom he could reside if need be (Oct. 20, 1889). For further information, see catalog record. Mss. 5108

Referenced in Guides: Politics, New Orleans 1866-

Boyd, David French. Letter, 1873. 4 items. Location: MISC:B. Letter (May 15, 1873) and envelope from Boyd to E. G. Randolph, thanking him for a gift of military books. Boyd also mentions mismanagement of state affairs in Louisiana and "Radicalism." Included with the letter are two circulars describing facilities at Louisiana State University and soliciting contributions to the University. Mss. 3219.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Baton Rouge, LSU

Boyd, David French. William T. Sherman letters (part of the David French Boyd papers), 1859-1891. 0.3 linear ft., 1 microfilm reel. Location: U:179, MSS.MF:B, Vault:26. Civil War officers, educators. Letters refer to higher education, political issues, rights of freedmen, Ku Klux Klan activities, and the jetty system in New Orleans. Civil War letters concern Boyd's imprisonment. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 890, 893, 3362.

Boyd, Leroy Stafford. Papers, 1806-1955 (bulk 1900-1936). 12.25 linear ft., 50 volumes. Location: 65:12; 79:71-73; D:55-63; 79:71-73; OS:B; R:12-16; VAULT:1; VAULT:21; VAULT:40, VAULT MRDF 14, 22. Librarian for U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission. Correspondence, genealogical materials, photographs, printed items, and scrapbooks. Materials reflect the political environment; Boyd's political activities; his interest in Louisiana State University (LSU), General William T. Sherman, and his father, LSU President David F. Boyd; and his involvement with Kappa Alpha Fraternity. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 99.

Referenced in Guides: Religion, Politics, Education, Baton Rouge, Medicine, LSU

Boyd, S. S. Letter, 1838 August 15. 1 item. Location: MISC:B. Resident of Natchez. Letter from a New York correspondent to Boyd regarding commercial matters, the resumption of specie payments by banks, and the visit to New York by the Mississippi orator Senator S. S. Prentiss. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2114.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Business, Natchez, Mississippi

Boyd, Thomas Duckett and Family. Papers, 1860-1966 (bulk 1872-1935). 6 linear ft., 29 volumes, 7 microfilm reels. Location: D:1-6, VAULT:2, OS:B, 145:57, MSS.MF:B. Younger brother of David French Boyd. Served as acting president of LSU upon David's resignation. Also served as the president of the State Normal School in Natchitoches. Papers are comprised of correspondence, financial papers, photographs, printed materials, and manuscript volumes. Also included is personal correspondence of Annie Fuqua Boyd and other family members. Photographs include those of Thomas Boyd, Annie Fuqua, and Governors Henry Fuqua and William H. Heard. Mss. 41, 241, 530, 744, 808, 893, 965, 1411, 1438, 1589, 1685, 1799, 1946, 2081, 2126, 2197, 2305, 2335.

Boyd, Thomas Jefferson. Papers, 1805-1939 (bulk 1819-1869). 3.25 linear ft., 1 volume. Location: D:128-130, OS:B, R:5. Lawyer, town trustee, member of the Virginia House of Delegates, and a commissioner to the Virginia Board of Public Works from Wytheville, Virginia. Contains correspondence, legal documents, financial records, and personal papers concerning Boyd's legal practice, public service, personal business, and family life in Wytheville. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 99.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Transportation, Business

Bozeman, Harley B. Papers, 1840-1969. 805 items, 2 vols. Location: T:36. Columnist for the Winn Parish Enterprise. Papers consist of personal correspondence and relating to persons and places in Winn Parish, La. Letters from Dr. T. Harry Williams and others refer to Williams' biography of Huey Long, 577 articles from "Winn Parish As I Have Known It" in the Winn Parish Enterprise, an issue of the Winn Parish Enterprise centennial edition (1952), a map of Winn Parish (1964), and a photocopy of Milton Dunn's History of Natchitoches, Louisiana (1920). Papers also contain letters from George S. Long (1957) reminiscing about Huey Long and from Julius T. Long (1962) who mentions Earl and Huey Long. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2431.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, Long Family

Bozeman, Harley B. Telegram, 1930 July 17. 1 item. Location: Misc.:B. Newspaper columnist and writer of Winnfield, Winn Parish, Louisiana. Telegram addressed to the New Orleans Times-Picayune commenting on an editorial about the Louisiana Highway Commission. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 3269.

Referenced in Guides: Politics, New Orleans 1866-