Longue Vue House and Gardens historic collection, 1840-1981 (bulk, 1930-1970).

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Longue Vue House and Gardens (New Orleans, La.). Longue Vue House and Gardens historic collection, 1840-1981 (bulk, 1930-1970).

Longue Vue House and Gardens historic collection, 1840-1981 (bulk, 1930-1970).

This collection contains photographs, slides, post cards, maps, correspondence, diaries, receipts, garden plans and notes, awards, scrapbooks, contributions records, telegrams, manuals, catalogs, invoices, lists, stock information, newsletters, plaques, obituaries, programs and articles relating to the Stern family, their extended family, the home and its furniture and gardens. Some information is also included about other residences: Beekman St. in Chicago, where Mrs. Stern lived prior to her marriage.

51 cubic feet (223 boxes)

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