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Included Both on Microfiche and in Full-Size Printed Form: Complete Inventories, Subject and Main-Entry Catalogs THE COLLECTIONS Badin, Norbert. FAMILY PAPERS, 1829-1900 (mainly 1870-1890). 684 items and 56 bound volumes. Business and personal papers of a free Negro planter of Melrose, Louisiana, and family. The bound volumes are largely pamphlets from the popular literature of the period. Bateman, Mary. DIARY, 1856. 1 bound volume. Diary of a young girl living with relatives at Argyle Plantation, near Greenville, Mississippi. Bond, Priscilla “Mittie”Munnikuysen. DIARY, 1857-1869. 86 items and 2 bound volumes. Diary of life on a sugar plantation in Louisiana during the Civil War. Bringier, Louis Amedee. PAPERS, 1876-1901. 599 items and 14 bound volumes. Personal, business, and military correspondence and plantation records of a prominent Louisiana family of French extraction. Burruss, John C. FAMILY PAPERS, 1825-1882. 407 items. Papers of three generations of a Methodist family, chieﬂy relating to early Methodism in Mississippi and to the religious justification of slavery, but also including business and plantation records and military correspondence. Capell, Eli J. FAMILY PAPERS, 1817-1900 (mainly 1839-1889). 298 items. Capell, Eli J. MERRITT M. SHILG MEMORIAL COLLEC- TION PAPERS, 1840-1900 (mainly 1842-1890). 1,002 items. Correspondence and business papers of a merchant planter and his family in Mississippi including two letters from Jefferson Davis. Also included are plantation diaries and other records of the Pleasant Hill Plantation, Amite County, Mississippi. Cartwright, Samuel A. FAMILY PAPERS, 1826-1864. 67 items and 2 bound volumes. Correspondence and other writings on medical, political, and racial topics of this professor of “Negro Medicine.” Chelette, Atala. FAMILY PAPERS, 1819-1900 (mainly 1840-1899). 160 items. Personal papers of a free Negro family of Natchi- toches Parish, Louisiana, including an act of manu- mission, 1819. Duncan, Stephen. FAMILY PAPERS, 1846-1899. 255 items and 11 bound volumes. Correspondence, business papers, diaries, and both personal and plantation records of two generations of a wealthy Mississippi family. Hilliard, Mrs. Isaac H. DIARY, 1849-1859, 1866. 1 bound volume. Diary of the wife of an Arkansas planter with descriptions of travels in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Kentucky. Jenkins, John C. FAMILY PAPERS, 1840-1900 (mainly 1840-1855). 89 items and 13 bound volumes. Papers of a planter and experimental agriculturalist and horticulturist. Liddell, Moses St. John R. FAMILY PAPERS, 1813-1900 (mainly 1838-1870). 6,261 items and 49 bound volumes. Extensive papers of a wealthy and inﬂuential Mississippi and Louisiana family. LSU Dept. of Archives (comp.). SLAVERY COLLECTION, 1804-1860. 38 items. A miscellaneous topical collection of manuscripts. Magruder, Eliza A. DIARY, 1846-1857. 2 bound volumes. Diary of a young girl at the home of her uncle on his plantation near Natchez, Mississippi, including commentary on local social life. Minor, William J. FAMILY PAPERS, 1748-1898 (mainly 1830-1870). 410 items and 37 bound volumes. Papers of a family of Mississippi bankers and planters spanning three generations. Monette, James. DIARY, 1848-1863. 1 bound volume. Plantation diary giving details of day-to-day routine on the Bellview (later Pleasant Hill) Plantation in Louisiana. Spyker, Leonidas P. FAMILY PAPERS, 1856-1900 (mainly 1856-1860). 1 bound volume. Unusual records of a planter of northwestern Louisiana and his family. Town, Clarissa E. Leavitt. DIARY, 1853. 4 items and 1 bound volume. This is a transcript of “Grandma Town’s Diary” prepared by her great-granddaughter, regarding life near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Available December 1971 Price $640.00 Microform Division GREENWOOD PUBLISHING CO. 51 Riverside Ave., Westport, Conn. 06880 (203) 226-3571 TWX 710-457-3586 Cable: greenpress westportoonnecticut © 1971 by Greenwood Publishing co.