Frances Bryson Moore papers, 1911-1976 | Louisiana Research Collection
By LAC Group
ID: LaRC/Manuscripts Collection 450
Primary Creator: Moore, Frances Bryson, 1895-1977.
Extent: 4.0 Boxes
Arrangement: The collection has no discernable order, except that the photographs and sketches are all in Box 4. The collection consists of four boxes.
Date Acquired: 03/00/1977
Subjects: Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- Louisiana -- New Orleans., Moore, Frances Bryson, 1895-1977., New Orleans (La.). Public Information Office., Women journalists -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Moore, Frances Bryson, 1895-1977.
New Orleans (La.). Public Information Office.
Women journalists -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Access Restrictions: Collection is open to the public. No known restrictions.
Use Restrictions: Physical rights are retained by the Louisiana Research Collection. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.
Acquisition Source: Susan Roberts.
Acquisition Method: Gift.
Preferred Citation: Frances Bryson Moore papers, Manuscripts Collection 450, Louisiana Research Collection, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118.
Processing Information: Collection processed in 1977 by KFP.
Finding Aid Revision History: Finding aid information entered in Archon by LAC Group in 2011.
Other Note: OCLC Number: 801847238
Browse by Box:
[Box 1: Correspondence, notes, clippings],
[Box 2: Research, clippings, manuscripts and printed materials],
[Box 3: Research, clippings, manuscripts and printed material],
[Box 4: Photographs and sketches],
- Box 1: Correspondence, notes, clippings
- Correspondence, personal notes on homes, families, and friends; documents on 1710 Audubon Street, 4010 Perrier Street, 1011-13 Governor Nicholls Street, 7417-19 Freret Street; clippings of "Frances Bryson's Notebook," 1944 November-1946 June; clippings about her, and political invitations.
- Box 2: Research, clippings, manuscripts and printed materials
- Information on St. Ann Street Pontalba building; clippings on art and literature in New Orleans (mostly in the 1930s) and Rique Alferez; papers on antiques, Afton Villa and Bishop Polk; World War II ration stamps; clippings of features done during World War II; and list of articles Frances Moore did on New Orleans homes for House and Garden.
- Box 3: Research, clippings, manuscripts and printed material
- Information on W.O. Gundlach, editor of the Uptown Review in Chicago, and several copies of the Uptown Review, 1928-1929; information on the Georgia Dahlonega Nugget and its publisher, William B, Townsend; Centenary College (Tennessee) yearbook, 1911; clippings from 1917 VMI yearbook; autographed picture of Roy Rogers and Trigger; and other papers.
- Box 4: Photographs and sketches
- Photographs and sketches of Frances Bryson Moore, personal photographs of her and friends - especially newspaper colleagues, photographs of her homes, and last folder contains many old photographs, several from old glass plates, of New Orleans, Jackson Square, St. Roche Church, Charity Hospital, the New Orleans cotton loading wharves.