Chris Harter, Director of Library and Reference Services The center is an archives and special collections library for the study of race relations and ethnic/racial history and culture. Includes some information about the Treme area of New Orleans in the mid 1800’s, School for Free Women of Color (1838-1897), Orphan Asylum records (1869-1919), and early years of St. Center for African and African-American Studies Southern University at New Orleans Administration Building, Room 209 Southern University at New Orleans 6400 Press Dr.
Houses over ten million documents, 20k volumes, oral histories, and significant art and photograph holdings. Box 19024 New Orleans LA 70179 504-483-5000 By appointment Sr. New Orleans LA 70124-2596 985-882-7577 [email protected] appointment Sister Therese Gregoire, O. New Orleans LA 70126 504-284-5550 [email protected] Hill, Curator/Archivist Archives focusing on Africa and the African-American experience and an extensive African art collection.
The dynamic mix of art, dance, film, music, theatre, comedy and more… 413-499-9348 This award-winning, free, family-friendly cultural street festival is held every Thursday from May-Oct.
Live music and performances on multiple stages, local food and craft vendors, street performers, and plenty of surprises!
The Carousel workshop continues to provide art education and historical carousel restoration.…
Live music, workshops and family-friendly activities. Stop into over a dozen locations to explore artwork and meet the artists during their… The 2016 Ethnic Fair joins the City’s FOOD-themed 3rd Thursday on July 21st from 5 to 8pm. 413-236-2961 Wahconah Park, one of the last remaining ballparks in the United States with a wooden grandstand is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Archdiocesan Archives Office of Archives and Records Archdiocese of New Orleans 7887 Walmsley Ave. Mary Hermenia Muldry, Archivist Records of the order and Southern branch convents. Dillard University Archives and Special Collections Will W.
New Orleans, LA 70125-3496 504-861-6241, fx: 504-866-2906 [email protected] By appointment Emilie Leumas, Archivist The archives has four main sections: sacramental and cemetery records (1718 – ca. Alexander Library Dillard University 2601 Gentilly Blvd.
The Greater New Orleans Archivists first published this brief, repository-level guide to area archival research archives in December 1996 as a brochure and digital publication. Amistad Research Center Tilton Hall Tulane University 6823 St.
Charles Ave New Orleans LA 70118 504-862-3222 [email protected] M-F; - Sat.