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MF:5735, Series B, Reel 12

C. E. LEBLANC PAPERS

(Mss. 1315)

Inventory

Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

Louisiana State University Libraries

Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University

Reformatted 2003

Revised 2011

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY

SUMMARY .................................................................................................................................... 3
BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE ...................................................................................... 4
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE ................................................................................................... 4
INDEX TERMS .............................................................................................................................. 5
CONTAINER LIST ........................................................................................................................ 6

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SUMMARY

Size.

6 items

Geographic locations.

Columbus, Miss.

Inclusive dates.

1864-1865

Bulk dates.

N/A

Language.

English

Summary.

Papers of C. E. LeBlanc concerning purchases of cotton and sale of property on behalf of the Confederate States and its subsequent seizure by a U.S. Treasury agent as captured property. Additional items include a promissory note, a contract for the delivery of cotton, and a broadside announcing a lecture to be presented by J. D. B. DeBow in Columbus, Mississippi.

Organization.

Chronological.

Restrictions on access.

If microfilm is available, photocopies must be made from microfilm.

Related collections.

N/A

Copyright.

Copyright of the original materials is retained by descendants of the creators in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

Citation.

C. E. LeBlanc Papers, Mss. 1315, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.

Stack location(s).

Misc.:L

Also available on.

MF:5735, Series B, Reel 12

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE

C. E. LeBlanc was a deputy of J. D. B. DeBow, chief agent of the Confederate government for the purchase of cotton.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The papers are comprised of a letter from Harry M. Isaacson in Selma, Ala., mentioning a bond and sending his regards to Mr. DeBow (April 16, 1864); a promissory note to Judge U.E. Goodwin signed by C.E. LeBlanc at Columbus, Miss., stating that a gold watch was left as collateral (January 13, 1865); an unsigned contract for the delivery of cotton (May 2, 1865); a letter by W.J. Barry to the Asst. Special Agent of the U.S. Treasury Department in Columbus, Miss., giving a report concerning goods received from the Confederate government and placed in Mr. Mullen's store for sale (June 3, 1865); a statement of C.E. LeBlanc concerning the sale of certain property of the Confederate government and its subsequent seizure by a U.S. Treasury agent as captured property (July 3, 1865); and finally, a broadside announcing that J.D.B. DeBow will address the citizens of Columbus at the Court House (undated).

INDEX TERMS

Broadsides.

Confederate States of America--Commerce.

De Bow, J. D. B. (James Dunwoody Brownson), 1820-1867.

LeBlanc, C. E.

United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Confiscations and contributions.

CONTAINER LIST

Stack

Location

Box

Folder(s)

Contents (with dates)

Misc:L

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1

1864-1865

MF:5735,

Series B

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Reel 12

1864-1865