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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 January 1903

___ THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OPFFICIAL JOUNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. ,-;t VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1908. NUMB.ER Patronize Home Enterprise1 ALBER.T DELAHOUBSAYE, Local Distributor for Cameron Mill & Elevator ,., StManufacturers of the following popular brands of High Grade Flours: Upper Crust, Golden Sheaf, White Dove and Blue Jay. I sell merchants only. Ask me for prices. Albert Delahoussaye. Call on or write to me at the...... Bank of Lafayette FOR FIRE OR LIFE INSURANCE. I am solicitor fo~Mr. J J Davidson. In connec tion with insurance 'I will do a real estate business. Winm. BUTCHER. Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute. LAFAYETTE, - LOUISIANA. A State Institution for the instruction of both sexes in the Arts, Sciences, Manual Training, Domestic Science and Commer cialBranches. Offers five courses of study, requiring one, two,  three and four years for completion, as follows: . ~Cpmmercial Course. 3. Manual Training Course. 2}...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 January 1903

.O CIAT. ONS. " igtt,.sOF AMERICA, "pa a ee%* asat sad d Sam ateI , -ea Fie .k , hani. ILg Mrom..d secretary, Ds 'tdt. -" T he eagem crop of Louissana has just been harvested exoeeded earlier expecta The injury caused by the .drouth was almost made by the unusually long sea freesing weather not coming t Qe end of December, and even doing no harm. The grind sE eason was, therefore, longer - usual, and while this will is rTh increase the plantation penses, it is compensated for " an increased yield of sugar. "The campaign is now pretty doF~er -throughout the sugar `.istrict," says the Louisiana P. lasnter, commenting on the .i uation, "and those houses still grinding are, in most cases, doing so because the actual crop proved to be larger than they tpeected. The general situation is rather more encouraging than we have been able to report of inate years at the close of the campaign. The weather has been such as to admit of the complete and successful harvest ing of the crop, no ca...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 January 1903

VOS .U RY PROPERTY. sarpe ii3 acats shwestef Sootf . ealsk itae with soansm; good 'bars, cornorib, chicken bhous; pecra, oak and china trees; six acres of sn gar c*. "'Wr0 , ' es kon easy teras. sI pp4asts,4 miles peltiwest of Lafayette. Residence with 7 rooms; one degrotain, bar, 5 arese' timber lnad, IS acrem first year su gar ease, nder good fence. For sale on easy terms. S  pats, southwest of Lafayette. with good residence, two bares; All l atst r rsnnliqog tilasbh he place. Price, $1,500; $300 cash, bala n one, i*wo, strie and Sour years. 471 arpets, two miles northeast of Lafayette with brick residence, six large rusoms, a fraeme resileme for overseer, three negro cabins, two large es, 7opersatss of cane en the place, under good fence. ' sp srpets seve miles north of town and one mile sorth of Carencro, pfQia lroad, a large frame residence containing peven roons, with tin. ieg oom and kitchen ad)joitng, ten cabins, three bars, two sheds, wind will, peas and peach orchard,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 January 1903

( ll m the delightful afternoon :teitrmets that have been so prevalent during the holidays, oane has been more enjoyable than the Progressive Euchre at which Mrs. J. Arthur Roy enter tinued so charmingly on last Wednesday afternoon. Promptly at three-thirty o'clock the guests began to assemble and by four o'clock nearly a half hundred persons filled the parlors and halls. Eight exciting games were played and seven of these being won by Mrs. Denbo and Mrs. Clegg a tie for the first prize resulted and in the final cut, Mrs. Denbo came out victo rious and was awarded a beauti ful chocolate pot of artistic de sign and workmanship. The second prize was cut for by Mrs. Coronna, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Mills and the Misses Campbell, Robertson and Parkerson. Mrs. Blake succeeded in the latter tie, and became the much envied possessor of a dainty cake plate. The hostess now led the way into the dining room where a most tempting array of delicacies was spread. Snowy linen blended most...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 January 1903

I WI IDO, A1 KNINK (I, J I ON O.LR AN YOU11 "' P""  "I'HE I AFAY"ETT'E GAZETTE. YAH NNN~fr' .GE... OU IL..ES ............... . ... . . .... . . . . .... OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF '£HE PAIIIIH A.NI TrOWN OF1 LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1903 NUMBER Patronize Home Enterprise, ALBERT DELAHOUSSAYE, Local Distributor for Cameron Mill & Elevator *, Mauufacturors of the following popular brands of High Grade Flours: Upper Crust, Golden Sheaf, White Dove and Blue Jay. I sell merchants only. Ask me for prices. Albert Delahoussaye. Why Not Give Your Pocket - book a Chance -- By Trading With-- The Lacoste Hardware Store? We handle the largest and most ,conmplete line of Hardware, Buggies aos, agos, Farming Implements, Harness, Etc., and at the lowest prices, a fact which cannot be disputed. Is it not a good business policy for you to conme to this store and find out for yourself? That is all we ask. We do not fear competitors. We court that near the court...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 January 1903

THE GAZETTE. -I5bY HOMER MOUTON. 'fftIcla Journal of the Town and Parish of Lafayette. S Stereda the Lafayette La. Post-()iice .As ent SATURDAY, January 17, 1908. BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 792 meets 1st and 34l Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Address Robt. II. Broussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEI)ERATE VETERANS meets Ist Saturday of each month, at court house. to a. m. TO OUR READERS. After to-day The Gazette will be under the editorial manage ment of Jerome Mouton. This change is .explained by my ac ceptance of a position in the office of The Baton Rouge Advocate. It is with regret that I leave my work here, and with sincere appreciation of the generous sup port I have received at the hands of this community. My going away will not inter fere with the publication of The Gazette. It will continue to be published as heretofore, at all times doing its best for this town and parish. HOMER MOUTON. Lafayette, La., Ja...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 January 1903

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. . OU NTIIY: ;IttI'EIt' V. *, 6o arpents, 3 miles northwest of Sc it. Res :tence with 5 rooms; ,goca t urn, coin crib, chiickeIn li use; pecan, oak and china trees; six acres of so gar cane. Fr satle on easy terms. 130 aipentts, a miles northwest of Lafayette. Resatfence with 7 rooms; o,,,e negro cabin. large liare, 15 acres of timber lan t, 15 acres first year stn gar cane, under geint fencte., For sale on easy termb. 32% arpents. a,.uthwest of Lafayette. with g.td resildence, tws barns; all .ew; fresh water running through the place. Price, $1,500oo; 300 cash, bIalaicte on one, two, three and four years. 471 nrpents, two miles northeast of Lafayrtte with brick residfence, six large r'uins, a frame resi.lence for overseer, three negro cabins, two large nburns. 7o arpenls of cane on the place, under good fence. 650 arpents. seven miles north of town tand one mile snorth of Carencr', on public road, a large frame residence containing seven roons, with ,tin iog r...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 January 1903

The Street Pair. - 'tewsive preparations are be l lai md.e to make the street fair wbob: Ia to be held here during the lather part of the month a success in every respect. Ad vertising bills are being sent to all the neighboring parishes to attract a large attendance from them, and it is assured that for a few days at least Lafayette will take on the airs of a little metropolis. Dr. Girard in formed The Gazette that the con tract with the persons promot S ng the ifair had been signed, and the necessary eight hundred feet of fencing will soon be built to enclose the different exhibits. It would be unnecessary to des cribe the nature of the many at tractions billed, as glowing ac counts of them are being daily spread by bill-poster Hebert. The Secret of Long Life Consists in keeping all the main organs of the body in healthy, regular action, andI in quickly destroying deadly disease germs. Electric Bitters regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood, and give a splendid appe...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 January 1903

WE 1)o ALL KtNDS O JOB SEN US ONE OLA AD OU S THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF I.IA'YETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, S.A&TURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1903 NUMBER A$, Patronize Home Enterprise, ALBERT DELAHOUSSAYE, Local Distributor for Cameron Mill & Elevator 9., Mauufacturers of the following popular brands of High Grade Flours: Upper Crust, Golden Sheaf, White Dove and Blue Jay. I sell merchants only. Ask me for prices. Albert Delahoussaye. Why Not Give Your Pocket -book a Chance ---By Trading With- The Lacoste Hardware Store ? We handle the largest and most complete line of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Farming Implements, Harness, Etc., and at the lowest prices, a fact which cannot be disputed. Is it not a good business policy for you to come to this store and find out for yourselfI That is all we ask. We do not fear competitors. We court that near the court-house square. The Lacoste Hardlwae Store Long Distance Phone 126. Southwestern Louisian...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 January 1903

'P UED BY IOMwn MOUTON. ff al l Journal of tho Town and Parish of Lafayette. Lgale, at th,e I.,:.tayctcl IL... I1..t-() Hicr .l. K .. llid SATURDAY, January 24, 1908. BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA'I IONS. CATII(LI.I.C KNIGllTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 792 meets ist and 3.1 Sun days after high mass, at IlHme Fire Co. hall. Address Ruol. II. Itroussard, Secretary, S Lafayette, L.a. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS meets ist Saturday of each month, at court bolse, to a. m. ROOSE VEL 7'S INCONS/S 7 ANCY. Despite the expressed opposi tion of President Roosevelt the Mormons of Utah have elected Apostle Smoot to the United States Senate. The Mormons should be commended for this manifestation of political inde pendence. The religious belief of the future Senator from Utah is nobody's business, Roosevelt not excepted. Though Apostle Smoot is a prominent member of Brigham Young's religion, his marital relations are not of a character to shock the modesty of Washington society. The man has only one wife-a fa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 January 1903

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. . . .- CtOUN'I'tY PROPEI'TY. o arpents, 3 miles notthwest of Scott. Residence with 5roonas; good I-urn, corncrib, chicken ho;use; pecan, tok and china trees; six acres of sat gar cane. For sale tn easy terms. * 330 arpents, 2 miles unurthwe.-t of Lafayette. Resi'dence with 7 rooms; o,,e negro cabin. large barn, 35 acres of timber Ian l, IS acres first year su gar cane, under good fence. F. ,r sale on easy terms. 3235 arpents, southwest of Lafayette. with good residence, tw.o barns; all new; fresh water running thr.ough the place. Price, s$,5oo; $30o cash, balance on one, two, three and ftfiur years. * 471 arpents. two, miles northeast of Lafayette with brick residence. six large rooms, a frame residence for overseer, three negro cabins, two large barns, 70 arpents of cane on the place, under gond fence. 65o arpents, seven miles north of town a a.1 one mile sorth of Carencro, on public road. a large frame residence contalning seven rotins, with din ing room and k...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 January 1903

/  nathd (.irtec - S tion . Sthe splendid speci:l: edition he New Orleans pailyv Stales lently leaIssed, an inadvertent isslon was mnad of our Inidu. lral Institute. That it %was t. bver-sight we are persuattld by , the following t diltrial mention in that paper of Tcsdlay la ,t: "Nor can we e(plain l:(w it hap pened that the Southwestern In , strial Institute at Lafayette came to be omitted from among the educational institutions of the State. That institution is the re sult of Louisiana's latest and ri pest efforts at educational dlevel opment: it is located in the midst of the richest and most pro gressive section of the State; its work is not excelled by any sim ilar institution in the South, and its opportunities for doing guo-:d are practically boundless. «-(. consider that no institution in the whole country has a more magni ficent mission to performln and certainly none are going about it with more earnest and intelligent zeal than characterizes the work of President Stephe...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 31 January 1903

THE ETTE GAZETTE. ALL KINDS OF THE AFAET IO ' OUR PRICES .. ............ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1903 NUMBER Patronize Home Enterprise. ALBERT DELAHOUSSAYE,. Local Distributor for iameron Mill & Elevator @., Mauufacturers of the following popular brands of High Grade Flours: Upper Crust, Golden Sheaf, White Dove and Blue Jay. I sell merchants only. Ask me for prices. Albert Delahoussaye. Why Not Give Your Pocket-book a Chance ---By Trading With- The Lacoste Hardware Store ? We handle the largest and most complete line of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Farming Implements, Harness, Etc., and at the lowest prices, a fact which cannot be disputed. Is it not a good business policy for you to come to this store and find out for yourselfH That is all we ask. We do not fear competitors. We court that near the court-house square. The lacose Harwfl are Store. Long Distance Phone 126. Southwestern Louisiana Ind...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 31 January 1903

BSL HOMER MOUTON. oil Journal of the Town and Parish of Lafayette. '6ll0l"t, at :h. t.:.; 1 c. ,. I... P.st-( ,nir ; , . SATURDAY, January 31, 1903. BSENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIG;IITS OF AM . 7ERTC.A, SRANCHI NO. 792 Imecls Ist and 3(l Sun das after high manss, at II-:c I ire Co. 1h:,l. Address Robt. 11. I:rn: Srl, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS S meets 1st Saturday of each mimti, at ceCort ' house. to a. m. ART INSUL T TO TIlE SOUTHI The recent denouement at Washington shows that the pres ident of these United States will, if he can, tear.down the barrier which has made possible- in the South a civilization equal to that of any other section of the Amer ican Union. The action of Presi dent Roosevelt in inviting and entertaining several negroes at a reception is not the result of an erratic impulse of a very erra tic man, but it is a deliberate, studied insult to the self-r.espect ing white people of the South. It not only denotes that the pros iden...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 31 January 1903

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. COUNTRIY PROPERTY. 6o arpents, 3 miles northwest of Scott. Residence with 5 rooms; good l.nrn, corn crib, chicken house; pecan, oak and china trees; six acres of su gar cane. For sale on easy terms. 130 arpents, 2 miles northwest of Lafayette. Restlence with 7 rooms; one negro cabin. large barn. I5 acres of timber land, t5 acres first year su gat cane, under good fence. . For sale on easy terms. 323 arpents, southwest of Lafayette. with good residence, two barns; all new; fresh water running through the place. Price, $1,5oo; $3oo cash, balance on one, two, three and four years. 471 arpents, two miles northeast of Lafayette with brick residence, six large rooms, a frame resildeloce for overseer, three negro cabins, two large barns, 70 arpents of cane on the place, under good fence. 65o arpents, sevess miles north of town and one mile sorth of Carencro, on public road, a large frame residence containing seven rooms, with ,din ig room and kitchen adjoining, ten cabi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 31 January 1903

SOCIETY. , The bonnet and necktie party tven by Mrs. M. Meriwether and Miss Robertson on Wednes day evening was a most unique and novel affair. As requested in the rhymed Invitations sent out, each matron and maid brought a "frame of ancient date" and "flowers, plumes and ribbons gay" and under the touch of skilled mas culine fingers, these conglomor ated masses of discarded finery, were transformed into hats most fearfully and wonderfully made. While the sterner sex toiled unremittingly on with knitted brows and pricked thumbs those of the gentler sex were not idle, for there were yards of silk and ribbons to be converted into ties. After one hour of painstaking labor the hats and ties were put upon ex hibition. Winsome maidens and the more stately dames marched in single file before the judges, Messrs. Biossat, Caltfry and Mouton. Such a startling display of millinery is rarely seen save at the spring opening of some vast emporium. Such a dash of color!-red, green and yellow strea...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 February 1903

W-WE 1t0 ALL KINDS OF JOB GE' OUR PICES ................... WLL, ECEVE Trls A1~R ONE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAI'AYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1903. NUMBER ..--- _ -------~- ----I'u n 1 lra i Ilegm mu l ii..... ....|u n a i m asi- . .... . i ilia MM am n ll 'i I' m II i uman man N i Why Not Give Your Pocket-book a Chance ---By Trading With- The Lacoste Hardware Store? We handle the largest and most complete line of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Farming Implements, Harness, Etc., and at the lowest prices, a fact which cannot be disputed. Is it not a good business policy for you to come to this store and find out for yourselff That is all we ask. We do not fear competitors. We court that near the court-house square. TIie lacsto Hard e Store. Long Distance Phone 126. Soutlhwestern Louisiana hllustrial I nstit ute. LAFAYETTE, - LOUISIANA. A State Institution for the instruction of h],th s5xes in the I Arts, Sciences, Manual Training, Domes...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 February 1903

BY HOMERl MOUTON. mi$t Jal,)ournal of the Town and Pariah of Lafayotte. S~terel at the¢ l.0'o ette Ia. P,.st-4)tcer d. ·irr.*d ' Clis Materc I S7ArIrAY, Ji.rinray 7, 19C8. BENEVOLENT ASOC'IA'I IONS. CATI-I4LIC KNIGIiTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 792 meets ist an. 3:1 Sun days after high mass, at IIrnme: Fire Co, hall. Address Robt. II. LBroussard, Secretary, Lafayette, I.a. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS t" Cets 1st Saturday ,of each nc.nrth, at court house. o* a. m. "A CONSER VA TI V" I)EJ.'O CIRA T " It was recently telegraphed from Washington that Pierpont Morgan, being displeased with the views of President Roose velt on the trust question, would very likely support the Demo cratic ticket at the next prcsi dential election if some conser vative Democrat were nominated. In plain words it was intimated that if the king of Wall street is allowed to control the Demo cratic party and to use it to per pertuate his monopolies he will spend some money to elect the Democratic ticket next year. ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 February 1903

SREAL ESTATE AGENCY. * COUN'r1T Y PROPEIRTY. . S6o arpetlts, 3 miles n')c thW est of Sicott. Residence with 5 rooti; goI anrn, corn cri, chicken ahotuse; Ie.canl, aunk andi chlna trees; six acres of sit gar cane. For sale ton easy tel u.. 130 arpents, a mniles inorthwc,t of Lafayette. R1esidence with 7 rooms; one negro caltin, large ibarn, 15 acres of timber lantI, 15 acres tirst year su gar cane, under gool fence. F"r sale on easy terms. 321 arpents, so)uthwest of Lafayette, with good residence, two barns; all new; fresh water running thro gh the place. Price, $S,5oo; $300 cash, balance on one, two, three and four years. 471 arpents, two miles northeast of Lafayette with brick residence, six large rooms, a frame reile:ce for overseerseer, three negro cabins, two large barns, 70 at pents of cane otl tile place, under good fence. * 650 arpents, sevenl miles nrth of town a.t one mIile sorth of Caelncro, on public road, a large frame residc tce contlatning seven rro,trs, a iih cein S...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 February 1903

SOCIETY. vervpleasant and protitable ag of the Women's Literary b wa held with Mrs. T. M. t aon Saturday, January A paper on the `Geography o Louisiana" by Mrs. F. E. Da Via proved very interesting and I.fnlstructive. It included ques -tions on the area, population, soil, -and various other features of our State and the answers obtained manifested careful study on the part of the club memllberli. A 'arefully prepa red palper on "Paur 'ifh Government" by MIrs. A. '1. Denboalso elicited intelligent an swers regarding thel laws and lawmakers of our parish. Miss Anna Hopkins redl a swe,t so lection from the lamnlentedl M-lary Townsend whose recent dccease removed from Lomisiana onjE of her best known lyric wvrit-ers. A very beautiful piano solo hwas well rendered by Miss Lea (;Glad:, which fittingly (-lostcd an all'ilad delightful program. A comnmittee compnl.osed of -\l is. E. L. Stephens. Mi:; .es 555 litih Dupre and Alicia D)ict kson «\as appointed to a rirange for a le c u r on ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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