Thibodeaux, James C., photograph collection, 1883-2000.


Thibodeaux, James C., photograph collection, 1883-2000.

Collection documents the life of James C. Thibodeaux and his family.

10 in. papers; 950 photographic prints (black and white and color); 400 negatives: 35 mm, 120 mm, and larger (estimate); 100 slides (estimate)


SNAC Resource ID: 7772760

University of Texas Libraries

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