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African American businesspeople -- Louisiana -- New Orleans

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Celestine Strode Cook papers

Identifier: 100
Acknowledgement This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services award MH-245560-OMS-20. Scope and Contents The papers of Celestine Cook primarily document her business, social, and civic activities in both Galveston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana.Personal materials include correspondence, awards, family Bibles, programs, invitations, and newspaper clippings. This collection also contains organizational...
Dates: Other: 1932-1985, undated

Marcus Neustadter, Jr. papers

Identifier: 448
Content Description The papers of Marcus Neustadter Jr. reflect his civic and professional affairs, including his work as Public Relations Director at Dillard University and his membership in the Original Illinois Club, the Prince Hall Masons, and other organizations. Included are news clippings, correspondence, programs, photographs, materials related to social organizations such as the Original Illinois Club and the Beau Brummel Club, audio cassettes of programs and courses held at Dillard University, and...
Dates: Other: circa 1950-1990

O.C.W. Taylor papers

Identifier: 360
Scope and Contents The papers of Orlando Capitola Ward Taylor outline Taylor’s career as a New Orleans Public School teacher and principal, print and broadcast journalist, public relations professional, and freemason. The correspondence and clippings within the collection concern Reconstruction-era Superintendent of Education for Louisiana William G. Brown, and other collected materials. Many of the photographs in the collection mainly depict Taylor’s masonic ties and work in broadcasting. Taylor’s writings...
Dates: Created: 1876-1979; Other: Majority of material found in 1946-1971; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1972