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WILLIAM ARCENEAUX PAPERS

(Mss. 4107)

Inventory
Compiled by Chris Brown
Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library Louisiana State University Libraries
Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University 2008

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY 2

SUMMARY 3

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE 4

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE 6

LIST OF SERIES, AND SUBSERIES 7

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS 8

INDEX TERMS 16

CONTAINER LIST 17


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SUMMARY


Size

15 linear feet and 20 volumes


Geographic Locations


Louisiana.


Inclusive Dates


1964-2007.


Bulk Dates


1972-2007.


Languages


English, French, and Spanish.


Summary


Papers include correspondence, business papers, photographs, printed items, and scrapbooks related to the professional, civic, and personal activities of William Arceneaux. Much of the material relates to higher education in Louisiana.


Access Restrictions


None.


Copyright


Physical rights retained by the LSU Libraries. Copyright is retained by the donor during his lifetime, during which the collection may be used within the fair use provisions of copyright.


Citation


William Arceneaux Papers, Mss. 4107, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.


Stack Location(s)


110:4-11, 4:36, 4:43, Vault: 2, OS:A


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE


William Arceneaux was born in Scott, Louisiana on August 19, 1941. He received a B.

A. in history from University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1962, a M. A. in United States and southern history from Louisiana State University in 1965, and a Ph.D. in Latin American history and politics from Louisiana State University in 1969. From 1972 to 1975, he was the executive director of the Louisiana Coordinating Council for Higher Education. In 1975, he was named as the commissioner of higher education for the Louisiana Board of Regents, in which capacity he served until 1987. From 1987 to 2007, he served as the president of the Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.


Arceneaux was involved in additional professional organizations as well. In many instances, he chaired or served on the organizations’ board of directors. These include:


Association Des Universités Partiellement Ou Entièrement De Langue Française (1981-1987)

Commission on French as a Second Language (1981-1983) Consortium for Service to Latin America (1982-1997)

Council for the Development of French in Louisiana, commonly known as CODOFIL, (1982-2006)

Louisiana Educational Television Authority (1989-2007) Louisiana Historical Association (1974-1986)

Louisiana State Museum (1978-1980)

National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (1996-2005).


He also served on the board of the Student Loan Marketing Association, or Sallie Mae (1981-1997). President Bill Clinton appointed him chair of that group in 1993, a position he held until 1997.


He was also active in civic organizations:


Baton Rouge Center for World Affairs (1998-2007) Camelot Club (1981-1984)

City Club of Baton Rouge (2000-2007) Discover (1979)

Foreign Relations Association of New Orleans (1973-1981) Rotary Club of Baton Rouge (1981-1988, 1995)

SAFE Council (1985-1987).


See series descriptions list for more details on Arceneaux’s involvement in these professional and civic organizations.

He is the author of No Spark of Malice: The Murder of Martin Begnaud and Acadian General: Alfred Mouton and the Civil War. He is the co-editor of Postsecondary Education In Transition: Planning for Change in Louisiana.


He is married to Patricia Arceneaux; they have four children.


Resumes and curriculum vitae for Arceneaux are included in Series VIII, Biographical Material.


SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE


This collection primarily documents the professional activities of William Arceneaux as a higher education official and policy maker in Louisiana and as a participant in efforts to preserve and promote French language and culture in Louisiana. Materials are largely textual, comprising correspondence, his personal files from professional and civic organizations and boards in which he participated or served in a leadership role, speeches, scrapbooks, personal papers, photographs, printed items, and artifacts.

Records and documents related to the following organizations are found throughout the collection, though they are primarily centered in the ―Professional Organizations‖ series:


Association Des Universités Partiellement Ou Entièrement De Langue Française Commission on French as a Second Language

Consortium for Service to Latin America

Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL) Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Louisiana Board of Regents

Louisiana Educational Television Authority Louisiana Historical Association

Louisiana State Museum, Board of Directors

National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae)


Scrapbooks generally cover a calendar year and include publications from boards and commissions on which Arceneaux served; clippings related to issues in higher education such as desegregation of higher education, funding for Louisiana colleges and universities, and degree offerings in the state; programs from graduations and other university events; letters of appointment and congratulations; and items related to Arceneaux’s books and political activities, and French language and culture in Louisiana. Personal papers include topical files as well as his files on his historical writings, genealogy, and support of political candidates.


See series descriptions for further details.


LIST OF SERIES, AND SUBSERIES


Series I. Correspondence, 1964, 1972-2007, undated


Series II. Printed Items and Graphic Materials, 1970-2007, undated Series III. Scrapbooks, 1972-1994

Series IV. Speeches, 1975-2007, undated


Series V. Professional Organizations, 1974-1997, undated

Subseries 1. Association Des Universités Partiellement Ou Entièrement De Langue Française

Subseries 2. Commission on French as a Second Language Subseries 3. Consortium for Service to Latin America

Subseries 4. Council for the Development of French in Louisiana

Subseries 5. Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Subseries 6. Louisiana Board of Regents

Subseries 7. Louisiana Educational Television Authority Subseries 8. Louisiana Historical Association

Subseries 9. Louisiana State Museum, Board of Directors

Subseries 10. National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Subseries 11. Sallie Mae


Series VI. Civic Organizations, 1973-2007 Series VII. Personal Papers, 1968-2007, undated Series VIII. Artifacts


SERIES DESCRIPTIONS


Series I: Correspondence, 1972-2007, undated (1.5 linear feet)


Arranged chronologically.


Arceneaux’s correspondence primarily relates to his professional life in higher education organizations and bodies, Sallie Mae, and the Council for Development of French in Louisiana. Additionally, letters include details of Arceneaux’s speaking engagements at civic organizations, colleges, and universities (1972-1989), attending education conferences (1974-1985), conducting research projects (1981, 1985, 1999-2001), and making donations to political campaigns, colleges, and universities (1992-2007). He was particularly active in Mary Landrieu’s gubernatorial campaign, and that interest is also represented in his correspondence. Letters also pertain to the impact of Hurricane Katrina on Louisiana’s educational system (2005-2006). Thank you letters and holiday greeting cards (1981-2007) are also present in this series. Originals signed by politicians Senator J. Bennett Johnston, Senator John Breaux, Representative Cleo Fields, President Bill Clinton, Mary Landrieu as state treasurer and senator, Senator Tom Daschle, Lt. Governor Kathleen Blanco, and Governor Mike Foster placed in vault.


Note--Some correspondence materials also appear within the following series: Professional Organizations, Civic Organizations, Political Campaigns, and Writings. These files are grouped by organization and arranged chronologically.


Series II: Printed Items and Graphic Materials, 1965, 1970-2007, undated

(1.25 linear feet)


This series is comprised of business cards, certificates, clippings, invitations, photographs, and printed items. Business cards are primarily those of professionals associated with Arceneaux, many from Louisiana. Certificates largely represent Arceneaux’s achievements in Louisiana higher education. Clippings primarily cover topics related to higher education in Louisiana and the United States. Topics also include Arceneaux’s speaking engagements and reviews of his book No Spark of Malice. Photographs include professional headshots of Arcenaux as well as candid images of him in individual and group settings. Many photographs were taken at professional gatherings. Some photographs contain details on reverse written by Arceneaux. Printed Items largely consist of invitations and programs for events related to higher education in Louisiana. This includes items related to commencement exercises at Louisiana universities and colleges, inaugural and retirement celebrations for chancellors and presidents, academic convocations, and groundbreaking ceremonies. Printed Items also include material related to the Louisiana Treasurer’s Advisory Group (1994), the Democratic National Committee (1996-1997), White House holiday tours, political fundraisers, Democratic National Committee’s presidential galas, Louisiana bicentennial

celebrations, Louisiana Legends galas, birthday parties, and wedding ceremonies. (Printed Items arranged chronologically.)


Series III: Scrapbooks, 1972-1994 (20 volumes)


Scrapbooks primarily contain clippings, printed items, and correspondence related to Arceneaux’s professional activities. The contents listed for each scrapbook are not exhaustive, merely the prominent materials and subjects. Printed items originally located in envelopes pasted into scrapbooks have been removed and placed in folders. For these removed items see Box 27.


Volume 1: Scrapbook 1972-1974

Clippings: reviews of Arceneaux’s book on Acadian General Alfred Mouton, employment at Northwestern State College and Southern University in New Orleans, Louisiana Coordinating Council for Higher Education (predecessor to Louisiana Board of Regents; Arceneaux is executive director of council), desegregation in Louisiana higher education, Board of Regents. Printed Items: Louisiana Coordinating Council for Higher Education, Louisiana State Higher Education Executive Officers Association, and commencement programs from Louisiana colleges and universities.


Volume 2: Scrapbook 1975

Clippings: Louisiana Board of Regents (Arceneaux appointed Commissioner of Higher Education), public tax money supporting private colleges and universities in Louisiana, higher education funding in Louisiana, Louisiana State University admissions favoring athletics, teacher shortages in Louisiana, doctoral programs in Louisiana. Printed Items: commencement and inaugural programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, education conference programs, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report and The Market for Teachers in Louisiana.


Volume 3: Scrapbook 1976

Clippings: Birch Bayh presidential candidate, Louisiana Board of Regents, doctoral programs in Louisiana, Southern University Law School. Printed Items: commencement and inaugural programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report, The Supply and Demand of Lawyers in Louisiana, Directory of Postsecondary Education, and Louisiana ACT Freshman Profile Data.


Volume 4: Scrapbook 1977

Clippings: college faculty and staff salary funding in Louisiana, doctoral programs in Louisiana, Grambling State University Athletic Department, higher education funding in Louisiana, Master Plan for Higher Education by Louisiana Board of Regents. Printed Items: commencement and inaugural programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, education conference programs, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report, Factbook on Public Higher Education in Louisiana, and The Formula in Brief.


Volume 5: Scrapbook 1978

Clippings: Louisiana Board of Regents, Louisiana State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (Arceneaux named president), higher education funding in Louisiana, doctoral programs in Louisiana. Printed Items: commencement and inaugural programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including Master Plan for Higher Education in Louisiana.


Volume 6: Scrapbook 1979

Clippings: higher education funding in Louisiana, Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae; Arceneaux elected to board of directors), degree program cuts in Louisiana. Printed Items: commencement programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report and Factbook on Higher Education in Louisiana. Photographs: Arceneaux participating in University of New Orleans commencement.


Volume 7: Scrapbook 1980

Clippings: higher education funding in Louisiana, desegregation in Louisiana higher education. Printed Items: commencement programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, education conference programs, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report.


Volume 8: Scrapbook 1981

Clippings: desegregation in Louisiana higher education, enrollment in Louisiana schools, Acadian General Alfred Mouton. Correspondence: invitations, Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (Arceneaux appointed to board). Printed Items: commencement and inaugural programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report.


Volume 9: Scrapbook 1982

Clippings: Acadian General Alfred Mouton, desegregation in Louisiana higher education, Louisiana Board of Regents, higher education funding in Louisiana, enrollment in Louisiana schools. Printed Items: Council for the Development of French in Louisiana, commencement and inaugural programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report.


Volume 10: Scrapbook 1983

Clippings: Louisiana Board of Regents, desegregation in Louisiana higher education, higher education funding in Louisiana, Acadian General Alfred Mouton, enrollment in Louisiana schools. Printed Items: Acadian General Alfred Mouton, commencement programs from Louisiana colleges and universities, and education conference programs.


Volume 11: Scrapbook 1984 (1st volume)

Clippings: high school curriculum in Louisiana, Master Plan for Higher Education by Louisiana Board of Regents. Printed Items: commencement programs from Louisiana

colleges and universities, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including A Guide to Selected Outstanding Research and Development Projects.


Volume 12: Scrapbook 1984 (2nd volume)

Clippings: desegregation in Louisiana higher education, enrollment in Louisiana schools, teachers’ standards in Louisiana. Printed Items: education conference programs.


Volume 13: Scrapbook 1985

Clippings: teachers’ standards in Louisiana, higher education funding in Louisiana. Printed Items: Governor’s Conference on Education, education conference programs, inaugural programs for Louisiana colleges and universities, and Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including The Regents’ Report.


Volume 14: Scrapbook 1986

Clippings: higher education funding in Louisiana, degree program cuts in Louisiana, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Printed Items: Louisiana Board of Regents publications, including Student Guide to Higher Education in Louisiana.


Volume 15: Scrapbook 1987

Clippings: higher education funding in Louisiana, Arceneaux resigns as Commissioner of Higher Education, Arceneaux becomes President of the Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Printed Items: Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae) annual report.


Volume 16: Scrapbook 1987-1988

Clippings: Council for the Development of French in Louisiana. Printed Items: Governor Buddy Roemer inaugural program, invitations, and education conference programs.


Volume 17: Scrapbook 1989

Printed Items: Louisiana celebrations of French Bicentennial. Correspondence: Governor Buddy Roemer congratulates Arceneaux being appointed to Louisiana Educational Television Authority.


Volume 18: Scrapbook 1990-1992

Printed Items: Council for the Development of French in Louisiana, commencement programs for Louisiana colleges and universities. Correspondence: President Bill Clinton, Governor Buddy Roemer, Senator J. Bennett Johnson, Senator John Breaux, Congresswoman Lindy Boggs, and Congressman William Jefferson.


Volume 19: Scrapbook 1992-1993

Clippings: Louisiana Public Broadcasting. Printed Items: Louisiana Public Broadcasting, fundraisers for President Bill Clinton and Senator J. Bennett Johnson. Correspondence: President Bill Clinton (naming Arceneaux as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Student Loan Marketing Association [Sallie Mae]), Senator Mary Landrieu, Senator John Breaux, and Senator Tom Harkin.

Volume 20: Scrapbook 1994

Clippings: Arceneaux named Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae). Printed Items: Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae). Correspondence: congratulations on Arceneaux’s appointment as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae).


Series IV: Speeches, 1975-2007, undated (0.75 linear feet)


Speeches primarily cover subjects related to higher education, though a small number relate to the French language in Louisiana and Cajun culture. Speeches were delivered by Arceneaux at academic commencements, academic convocations, educational conferences, and civic organization meetings. Also contains note cards and research materials.


Series V: Professional Organizations (9.5 linear feet)


This series consists of material related to professional organizations to which Arceneaux belonged. Many of these groups relate to his background in the field of education and the preservation of the French language in Louisiana. Within each subseries ―Business Papers‖ typically include documents created or used in conducting the business of the organization such as resolutions, policies, reports, mailing lists, information packets, and Arceneaux’s oaths of office.


Subseries 1: Association Des Universités Partiellement Ou Entièrement De Langue Française, 1981-1987, undated

The Association Des Universités Partiellement Ou Entièrement De Langue Française is

an organization devoted to promoting international understanding and strengthening ties between the French speaking countries and provinces of the world and French speaking universities. Arceneaux led an American delegation to the organization’s meetings in 1984 and 1987. Materials consist of correspondence and business papers. Originals signed by politicians Senator Russell Long and Senator Cliff Newman placed in vault.


Subseries 2: Commission on French as a Second Language, 1966, 1980-1983, undated

The Commission on French as a Second Language was established to review the status of

French language instruction at all levels of education within the state of Louisiana. Arceneaux served as a member of the organization. Materials consist of correspondence, minutes, reports, and business papers. Original signed by Governor Treen placed in vault.


Subseries 3: Consortium for Service to Latin America, 1982-1997, undated

The Consortium for Service to Latin America is a private, non-profit corporation of Louisiana’s public and independent colleges and universities formed in order to provide Central American citizens with access to the state’s higher education programs. Arceneaux served as chairman of the organization’s board of directors. Materials consist of correspondence, memos, minutes, business papers, printed items, and clippings.

Topics covered include discussions of issues related to the board of directors, the establishment of academic and training programs, and the hosting of students from Latin America for training programs in Louisiana. Originals signed by Representative Lindy Boggs and Senator John Breaux placed in vault.


Subseries 4: Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL), 1982-2006, undated

The Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (Counseil Pour le

Développement du Français en Louisiane) is an organization devoted to the development, utilization, and preservation of the French language in Louisiana. Arceneaux served on the organization’s board of directors. Materials consist of correspondence, minutes, by- laws, business papers, and printed items. Topics include issues related to the board of directors, the teaching of French in Louisiana, and French immersion programs. Originals signed by State Senator Jay Dardenne and Governor Mike Foster placed in vault.


Subseries 5: Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1987-1996, 2004-2006

The Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities is an association

representing regionally accredited private four-year colleges in Louisiana. Arceneaux served as the president of the organization. Materials consist of correspondence and business papers. Originals signed by State Treasurer Mary Landrieu and Senator John Breaux placed in vault.


Subseries 6: Louisiana Board of Regents, 1973-2003, undated

The Louisiana Board of Regents coordinates all public higher education in Louisiana.

Arceneaux served as the Commissioner of Higher Education from 1975 to 1987. Materials consist of correspondence, business papers, and printed items.


Subseries 7: Louisiana Educational Television Authority, 1989-2007

The Louisiana Educational Television Authority operates the Louisiana Public Broadcasting television network and seeks to provide educational and culturally

informative television programming. Arceneaux served on the board of directors and was chairman of the board in 1992 and 1993. Materials consist of correspondence, minutes, printed items, clippings, and reports.


Subseries 8: Louisiana Historical Association, 1974-1986

The Louisiana Historical Association is an organization that works to preserve the state’s

historical legacy. Arceneaux served on the organization’s board of directors. Materials consist of correspondence, minutes, and business papers. Topics covered include issues related to the board of directors as well as discussions of programs and annual meetings.


Subseries 9: Louisiana State Museum, 1978-1980, undated

The Louisiana State Museum is an historical agency established to collect, preserve, and

present materials illustrating the historical development of Louisiana and its people. Arceneaux served on the organization’s board of directors. Materials consist of

correspondence, minutes, business papers, and printed items. Topics covered include issues related to the board of directors, the renovation of buildings, the planning of programs, and Louisiana laws on preservation.


Subseries 10: National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1996-2005, undated

The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities is an organization of

private US colleges and universities. Arceneaux served as a member of the organization. Materials consist of business papers and printed items.


Subseries 11. Sallie Mae, 1981-1997

Sallie Mae (Student Loan Marketing Association) is a college student loan company.

Arceneaux served on the board of directors from 1979 to 1997, and chair from 1993 to 1997, having been appointed to the post by President Bill Clinton. In 1997, Arceneaux played a leading role in transforming the organization to a fully-private, re-chartered corporation. Materials consist of correspondence, minutes, clippings, printed items, business papers, meeting packets, and printed items.


Series VI: Civic Organizations, 1973-2007 (0.5 linear feet)


This series consists of material related to civic organizations to which Arceneaux belonged. Many of the groups are Baton Rouge organizations for which Arceneaux served on the board of directors. The organizations are: Baton Rouge Center for World Affairs (1998-2007), Camelot Club (1981-1984), City Club of Baton Rouge (2000-2007), Discover (1979), Foreign Relations Association of New Orleans (1973-1981), Rotary Club of Baton Rouge (1981-1988, 1995), Seatbelts Are For Everyone Council (1985- 1987).


Series VII: Personal Papers 1969, 1973-2007, undated (1.25 linear feet)


This series includes material related to Arceneaux’s personal activities. Biographical information consists of curriculum vitae and resumes (1973-2007) as well as directory listings (1973-1986). Political Campaigns contain materials related to Arceneaux’s involvement with political campaigns. Topics include fundraisers and hosting informational meetings on candidates. Campaigns represented in the series are the Louisiana gubernatorial campaigns of Edwin Edwards (1968-1971) and Mary Landrieu (1994-1996) and the presidential bids of Birch Bayh (1973-1976), Dick Gephardt (1987- 1988), Al Gore (2000) and John Kerry (2004). Writings include Arceneaux’s 1969 dissertation, The Venezuelan Experience: 1958 and the Patriotic Junta, which gives a historical analysis of the political culture of the Republic of Venezuela, and materials related to research, permissions, and publication of his book Acadian General Alfred Mouton and the Civil War (1980-1983). Information on the Arceneaux family consists of genealogical research on the Arceneaux family and biographical information about Arceneaux’s father are also present, as are documents related to Arceneaux’s

participation in arrangements for a variety of exhibitions and commemorations such as the Belgian Fine Guns Exhibition (1999), ―Josephine, Le Grand Amour de Bonaparte‖ at

the Louisiana Art and Science Museum (2002-2004), Marquis de La Fayette Commemoration (2006-2007), and the Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial (2001-2003). Originals signed by Representative John Breaux, Representative Lindy Boggs, Senator Birch Bayh, Vice-President Al Gore, and State Treasurer Mary Landrieu placed in vault.


Series VIII: Artifacts 1976-2002, undated (0.25 linear feet)


Artifacts include a button for presidential candidate Birch Bayh (1976), a ribbon for Ernest N. Morial (1998), and passes to Francofete (1999) and Louisiana Quarter Launch ceremony (2002).


 

 

INDEX TERMS


Acadian General: Alfred Mouton and the Civil War.

III, VII

Arceneaux, William.

All series


Francaise.

V.1

Bayh, Birch, 1928-

VII

College integration—Louisiana.

III

Consortium for Service to Latin America.

V.3

Council for the Development of French in Louisiana.

V.4

Education, Higher--Louisiana.

I, II, III, IV, V

French language--Louisiana.

IV, V.2, V.4

Gephardt, Richard A. (Richard Andrew), 1941-

VII

Hurricane Katrina, 2005.

I, V.5

Landrieu, Mary, 1955-

VII

Louisiana Board of Regents.

I, III, IV, V

Louisiana Coordinating Council for Higher Education.

I, III, IV, V

Louisiana Educational Television Authority.

V.7

Louisiana Historical Association

V.8

Louisiana State Museum.

V.9

Mouton, Alfred, 1829-1864.

III, VII

Municipal universities and colleges--Louisiana.

I, II, III, IV, V

National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

V.10

No Spark of Malice.

II

Political campaigns--Louisiana.

VII

Rotary Club (Baton Rouge, La.)

VI

Scrapbooks.

III

Student Loan Marketing Association (U.S.)

III, V.11


CONTAINER LIST


Stack Location


Box


Folder(s)


Contents (with dates)


110:4


1


1-36


Series I. Correspondence

Correspondence (1964, 1972-1989, 1992-2000)

110:4

2

1-21

Correspondence (2001-2007, undated)


110:11


16


Series II. Printed Items and Graphic Materials

Business Cards (undated)

OS: A

1

Certificates (1976-2005, undated)

110:4

2

22-26

Clippings (1975-2006, undated)

27-32

Photographs (1975-2005, undated)

33-38

Printed Items (1965-1992)

110: 5

3

1-20

Printed Items (1993-2007, undated)


4:36


17


Series III. Scrapbooks

Volume 1: Scrapbook (1972-1974)

Volume 2: Scrapbook (1975)

4:36

18

Volume 3: Scrapbook (1976)

Volume 4: Scrapbook (1977)

4:36

19

Volume 5: Scrapbook (1978)

Volume 6: Scrapbook (1979)

4:36

20

Volume 7: Scrapbook (1980)

Volume 8: Scrapbook (1981)

4:36

21

Volume 9: Scrapbook (1982)

Volume 10: Scrapbook (1983)

4:36

22

Volume 11: Scrapbook (1984)

Volume 12: Scrapbook (1984)

4:43

23

Volume 13: Scrapbook (1985)

Volume 14: Scrapbook (1986)

4:43

24

Volume 15: Scrapbook (1987)

Volume 16: Scrapbook (1987-1988)

Volume 17: Scrapbook (1989)

4:43

25

Volume 18: Scrapbook (1990-1992)

Volume 19: Scrapbook (1992-1993)

4:43

26

Volume 20: Scrapbook (1994)

4:43

27

Contents Removed from Scrapbook (1976-1981)


110:5


3


21-24


Series IV. Speeches

Speeches (1975-1981)

110:5

4

1-11

Speeches (1982-2007, undated)

12

Cards (undated)


Stack Location


Box


Folder(s)


Contents (with dates)


13-14


Research Materials (1977-1987)


Series V. Professional Organizations

Subseries 1. Association Des Universités

Partiellement Ou Entièrement De Langue Française


15-21

(AUPELF)

Correspondence (1983-1987)

22-24

Business Papers (1981-1987, undated)


Subseries 2. Commission on French as a Second


25-31

Language

Correspondence (1981-1983)

110:6

5

1-5

Correspondence (1983)

6

Minutes (1981-1982)

7-10

Reports (1983)

11

Business Papers (1980-1983, undated)

12

Printed Items (1966, undated)


Subseries 3. Consortium for Service to Latin


13-32

America (CSLA)

Correspondence (1984-1989)

110:6

6

1-3

Correspondence (1990-1997)

4

Memos (1986-1988)

5-7

Minutes (1985-1996)

8-16

Reports (1987-1995)

17-21

Business Papers (1982-1997)

22-24

Printed Items (1984-1990)

25

Clippings (1983-1989)


Subseries 4. Council for the Development of French


26-37

in Louisiana (CODOFIL)

Correspondence (1982-2005)

38

Minutes (1983-1986-2004-2006)

39

By-Laws (1983, undated)

40-41

Business Papers (1983-1986)

110:7

7

1-3

Business Papers (1987-2004, undated)

4

Printed Items (1983-2006)

5

Clippings (1984-1986, undated)


Subseries 5. Louisiana Association of Independent


6-8

Colleges and Universities (LAICU)

Correspondence (1992-1997)

9-13

Business Papers (1987-2006)



16

Subseries 6. Louisiana Board of Regents

Correspondence (1984-1987, undated)

17-21

Business Papers (1973-2003, undated)

22-24

Printed Items (1977-2002)

25

Dean Whitter (1987)

26

Enviro-Health Corporation (1984)

27-28

Inter-American Development Bank (1983-1985)

29

Inter-American Scholarship Partnership Act (1987)

30

Maison du Quebec (1982-1987)

31

National Judicial College (1987)

32

Zenger Initiative (1985)


Subseries 7. Louisiana Educational Television


33-36

Authority (LETA)

Correspondence (1989-2007)

37

Minutes (2006)

110:7

8

1-4

Business Papers (1989-2007)

5

Printed Items (1989, 2000, 2005)


6-10


Subseries 8. Louisiana Historical Association

Correspondence (1974-1986)

11

Minutes (1975-1977)

12

Business Papers (1976-1986)


13-17


Subseries 9. Louisiana State Museum

Correspondence (1978-1980)

18-21

Minutes (1978-1980)

22

Business Papers (1975-1980, undated)

23

Printed Items (1980)


Subseries 10. National Association of Independent


24-30

Colleges and Universities (NAICU)

Business Papers (1996-2003)

31-32

Printed Items (2001-2005, undated)


110:8


9


1-25


Subseries 11. Sallie Mae

Correspondence (1981-1994)

110:8

10

1-23

Correspondence (1995-1997)

110:9

11

1

Minutes (1982-1997)

2

Minutes – External Concerns Committee (1981-1994)

3-5

Clippings (1983-1997)


110:9

12

1-5

Printed Items (1997, undated)

6-14

Business Papers (1981-1997)

15

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors Finance

Committee (July 7, 1982)

16

Meeting Packets – Finance Committee Briefing (1982)

17

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors (March 17-18,

1983)

18

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors External Concerns

Committee (March 17-18, 1983)

19

Meeting Packets – Annual Meeting of Shareholders

(May 19, 1983)

20

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors (September 15-16,

1983)

21

Meeting Packets – 1983 Corporate Plan, 1983-1985

Strategic Plan (1983)

22

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors (September 20-21,

1984)

23

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors (September 1985)

110:10

13

1

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors (November 21-22,

1996)

2

Meeting Packets – Board of Directors (January 23-24,

1997)


3


Series VI. Civic Organizations

Baton Rouge Center for World Affairs (1998-2007)

4

Camelot Club (1981-1984)

5

City Club of Baton Rouge (2000-2007)

6

Discover (1979)

7

Foreign Relations Association of New Orleans (1973-

1981)

8-16

Rotary Club of Baton Rouge (1981-1988, 1995)

17

SAFE Council (1985-1987)


18


Series VII. Personal Papers

Acadian General – Correspondence (1980-1983)

19

Acadian General – Business Papers (circa 1981)

20

All the King’s Men (2005)

21-22

Arceneaux Family Genealogy (1997-2005, undated)

23

Teddy Arceneaux Death (2005)

24

Beau Basin (1985, undated)

25

Belgian Fine Guns Exhibition (1999)

26

Biographical Material – Curriculum Vitae, Resumes


(1973-2007)

27-28

Biographical Material – Directories (1973-1986)

29-34

Josephine Bonaparte Exhibition (2002-2004)

35

Bucks Foundation (1986)

36

Class of 1959 Reunion (1983)

37

Marquis de La Feyette Commemoration (2006-2007)

110:10

14

1

Louisiana House of Representatives (1987)

2-5

Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial (2001-2003)

6

Persepolis Productions (1983)

7-13

Political Campaigns – Birch Bayh (1973-1976)

14

Political Campaigns – Edwin Edwards (1968-1971)

15-19

Political Campaigns – Dick Gephardt (1987-1988)

20

Political Campaigns – Al Gore (1999-2000)

21

Political Campaigns – John Kerry (2003-2004 )

22

Political Campaigns – Mary Landrieu (1995)

23

Reviews (2001)

24-26

The Venezuelan Experience (1969)


110:11


15


Series VIII. Artifacts (1976-2002, undated)


Vault:2


28


1-10


VIP Correspondence

Series I (1987-2002);

Series V (1981-1997)

Series VII (1973-1999)