Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:
Earl Davis Nolan, Sr. scrapbook
William G. Phelps scrapbooks
William G. Phelps scrapbooks consist of newspaper clippings on topics related to Centenary College of Louisiana. Topics include sports (football, baseball, and basketball), music performances, festivals, and debate competitions. Consists primarily of clippings from Shreveport newspapers such as Shreveport Times, Shreveport Journal, and The Caucasian.
James Francis Pierson scrapbook
Poydras Street Methodist Episcopal Church South (New Orleans, La.) records
Helen Marbury Raymond collection
The Helen Marbury Raymond papers consist of her research materials and articles about William Marbury Carpenter (1811-1848), his family, and his connection to John James Audubon. The research materials include typescript correspondence from Lucy Audubon in 1827 and 1869. Articles written by Raymond are: “My Grandmother Knew Mrs. Audubon,” Times-Picayune Sunday Magazine (New Orleans, La.), May 9, 1937, and “How Audubon Dismissed School,” St. Nicholas Magazine, October 1937.
Rosedale United Methodist Church (Rosedale, La.) records
Arthur Marvin Shaw scrapbooks
Arthur Marvin Shaw scrapbooks (1941-1949) contain newspaper clippinings and pictures of Centenary College of Louisiana students and alumni in World War II.
Shiloh Methodist Protestant Church (Webster Parish, La.) records
This collection contains photocopy facsimiles and typescript copies of material about Shiloh Methodist Protestant Church (Webster Parish, La.). This includes a deed (1896), inventory of the estate of Mrs. M. M. Garland (1934), newspaper clippings (1934), court record about church arson (1934), and Shiloh Cemetery listing (1986).
Robert Edward Smith papers
Robert Edward Smith papers contain correspondence, speech material, pamphlets, and printed material about the Shreveport Local Option Election of 1952, temperance, and the Four Square Bible Class (1937-1954).
William Angie Smith scrapbook
Collection consists of one scrapbook and loose material detailing the ministry and life of William Angie Smith. It includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and printed items. The material primarily relates to Smith serving as acting president of Centenary College of Louisiana from August 1932 to June 1933.