Gebelin-Walsh-Hynes-Frenzel Family Papers

Mss. 4983

Inventory

Compiled by

Tara Laver

Mark E. Martin

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/HISTORICAL NOTE .............................................................................................................. 4
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE ........................................................................................................................... 7
LIST OF SERIES AND SUBSERIES .................................................................................................................... 8
SERIES DESCRIPTIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 9
INDEX TERMS .................................................................................................................................................... 13
CONTAINER LIST .............................................................................................................................................. 15
APPENDIX: FILES ON DISC PROVIDED BY DONOR, 2/28/2009 ............................................................... 19

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SUMMARY

Size

2.5 cubic feet; approximately 490 physical items, 500 digital files

Geographic Locations

Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Tennessee; Ellsworth, Maine; Cyprus; Israel; Egypt

Inclusive Dates

1860-2009

Bulk Dates

1900-1970

Languages

English

Summary

This collection of photographs and a few textual materials provides a largely visual record of the allied Gebelin, Walsh, Hynes, and Frenzel families. Beginning in the 1860s and continuing through the 1980s, portraits and informal photographs document the lives of family members and family friends and acquaintances. A few images, beginning 1900 and continuing until the 1960s, record three family homes in Baton Rouge. The bulk of the material documents the life and times of Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes (February 20, 1911-February 9, 1982) including her childhood, marriage, travels, family events, and social life and customs of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Access Restrictions

No restrictions on access.

Reproduction Note

No aspect of the donation will be used commercially without express written permission of one of the donors during their lifetime or for 50 years from the date of donation, whichever is shorter. It is the responsibility of the donors to provide current contact information. If a donor cannot be reached after a good faith effort, which the Libraries will document, the LSU Libraries may allow the use.

Donation of digital scans described above does not preclude any use the donors may wish to make of their own files of the same scans or of the originals represented by the scans but retained by the donors. However, the LSU Libraries may, for the purposes of providing access to and administering and use of the collection, treat scans of images not donated as it would if the originals were owned by the Libraries. The scans of the Fonville photographs of the servers and the quartet from Elizabeth Gebelin and Jimmy Hynes’s wedding may be viewed but not reproduced or published for 20 years after the date of this agreement.

Copyright

Copyright in the materials created by the donors or their parents and not in the public domain is retained by the donors during their lifetimes.

Related Collections

None

Citation

Gebelin-Walsh-Hynes-Frenzel Family Papers, Mss. 4983, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.

Stack Location(s)

91:1-2; OS:G; AA (CD-storage); Mf.

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE

The Gebelin, Walsh, Hynes, and Frenzel families have a long history in Baton Rouge, La.1 The families’ alliance begins with the marriage of Elizabeth Ellen “Lizzie” Walsh (11/27/1874-4/21/1955) and Joseph Gebelin (2/3/1853-3/3/1953). The couple married on October 31, 1900, at St. Joseph Church in Baton Rouge. Joseph Gebelin was the son of Jean Baptiste Gebelin and Marguerite Morel, natives of France who married in Marseilles in 1850. Their other children included Augustine, who married Jean Baptiste Tessier; Baptistine, who married Fortune Jaubert; Pauline, who married Achille E. Bougere; and Joseph’s half-sister Nora, the daughter of Jean Baptiste Gebelin and Honora or Honoré Quilter. Nora Gebelin married Achilee E. Bougere’s brother, Clarence.

Elizabeth “Lizzie” Walsh Gebelin was the daughter of Catherine Mulvihill and Thomas Walsh, who married in Baton Rouge in 1858. Elizabeth and her identical twin sister Gertrude “Gertie” Agnes (11/27/1874-9/29/1963) were the youngest of their ten children and graduated from St. Joseph Academy in Baton Rouge. Gertrude Agnes married William E. Salisbury at St. Joseph Church in Baton Rouge in 1905. The children and grandchildren of Elizabeth and Gertrude would remain close cousins. Other siblings of Elizabeth Walsh included Annie Maria, Mamie, and Katie.

Joseph Gebelin was an active and engaged member in Baton Rouge business, political, civic, and social activities. In the political arena he served as Louisiana’s Assistant Secretary of State under Will A. Strong (1877-1884) and Oscar Arroyo (1884-1888), President of the East Baton Rouge Police Jury, and represented the First Ward on the Baton Rouge City Council from 1901 to 1908. In the business community, he served as President and Treasurer of Provident Bank and Loan Association; Cashier, Vice-President, President, and Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Baton Rouge; President of Home Savings and Loan; a member of the Board of Directors of Saint James Bank; on the first Board of Directors of City National Bank; Treasurer of Ewing Motion Picture Company; and held “lease ownership” of the ferry John J. Brown with Francis Phillips between 1881 and 1886. Gebelin’s civic activities included service as Treasurer of the Istrouma Council of Boy Scouts for twenty-five years; a member of the Volunteer Fire Department, Jackson Four Division; a member of the Board of Trustees for St. Joseph Church for more than fifty years; and a member of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce. In the social arena he was a charter and lifetime member of the Baton Rouge Council of the Knights of Columbus, a founding and charter member of the Baton Rouge Country Club, and played in the Independent Cornet Band.

Joseph and Elizabeth Walsh Gebelin raised two girls, Claire Beatrice (b. 1/7/1904), who married Seid Waddell Hendrix in 1927, and Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin (2/20/1911-2/9/1982). The family resided at 219 Saint Phillip Street and, after 1912, 201 Saint Phillip Street, in downtown Baton Rouge. Elizabeth Gebelin graduated from Baton Rouge High School in 1927 and went on to attend the Academy of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau, La., and then the Academy of the Sacred Heart (Clifton) in Cincinnati, Ohio, from which she graduated. While in Cincinnati, she also took courses at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, earned a certificate from the National School of Interior Decoration (1930), and studied drama under a Mrs. Powell, the mother of actor Tyrone Powell. Elizabeth returned to Baton Rouge and earned an M.A. in Speech from Louisiana State University. Her thesis was entitled Prevalent Errors of Speech among the Children in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and the Means of Their Correction (1932). Elizabeth Gebelin also actively participated in the productions of the LSU School of Music and Dramatic Arts, and she was also inducted into Kappa Delta sorority. At some point between her return to Baton Rouge and her wedding in 1940 Elizabeth and her cousin Juliette Amiss

organized the Spinsters, a social club for unmarried young women. Elizabeth Gebelin married James “Jimmy” Horace Hynes on December 28, 1940.

James “Jimmy” Horace Hynes (12/13/1910-2/8/1985), called “Jimmy Daddy” by his children, was the son of William Arthur Hynes (8/3/1863-8/18/1916) and Mary Rose McManus (ca. 1886-1/11/1920) of Chicago, Illinois. James Hynes and his sister Sarah Augusta Hynes (b. 1909) became orphans in 1920 when Sarah was 11 years old and James was 9 years old. Sarah attended St. Joseph’s in Kalamzaoo, Michigan, and married Luke Lea of Nashville, Tenn. Together they had six children.

Jimmy Hynes attended Barbour Hall, a boys Catholic boarding school in Flint, Michigan, and then the Seminary at Notre Dame. He attended Holy Cross High School and was in the Novitiate of the Holy Cross Fathers. He graduated from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama, and then attended Georgetown Law School where he took his Juris Doctor degree. David Reynaud, a friend from Spring Hill College who also attended Georgetown University, introduced his cousin Elizabeth Gebelin to James while Elizabeth was in Washington, D.C., on the 1939 “Acadian Pilgrimage.” They married the following year and moved to Franklin, Tenn., where Jimmy practiced law. Together they had five children:

Kenny Hynes (b. October 9, 1942) graduated from Gallaudet College (now Gallaudet University) in Washington, D.C.

Mary Anne Hynes (b. December 10, 1943) graduated from LSU and earned a masters degree at George Peabody College (Nashville, Tenn.) and married Michael Joseph Frenzel on July 16, 1966. Together they had three children:
o Elizabeth Renee Frenzel (b. 1968)
o Patrick Joseph Frenzel (b. 1969)
o Michael Sean Frenzel (b. 1969)

Joseph Gebelin Hynes (b. February 8, 1947) graduated from LSU and married Elaine Poirier on December 15, 1979, and had two children:
o Joseph Gebelin Hynes (b. 1981)
o Jessica Elaine Hynes (b. 1984)

James “Jim” Horace Hynes, Jr. (b. October 3, 1949) graduated from Gallaudet College and then earned a masters degree from American University in Washington, D.C., and married Maureen Coleen O’Grady (d. May 22, 2007) on September 20, 1987. Their children include:
o Elizabeth O’Grady Hynes (b. 1991)
o Joel “Jeb” Gebelin Hynes (b. 1993)

Juliette Elizabeth Hynes (b. July 5, 1952) graduated from the University of Southwest Louisiana (now University of Louisiana at Lafayette) and earned her M.Ed. from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She married Jerome Vernon Smith on January 1, 1993.

Kenny and Jim were both born deaf and began their educations in St. Louis, Missouri, at Central Institute for the Deaf, then the St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf. The family later returned to Baton Rouge, and the two attended the Louisiana School for the Deaf. The Hyneses maintained an active and long-term involvement with the school. Jimmy served as campaign manager for Robert F. Kennon’s successful run for governor of Louisiana in 1952. He was also a charter member of The Baton Rouge Assembly, which was established in 1961. Mary Anne Hynes was presented as an Assembly debutante in 1962, as was Juliette Hynes in 1971.

See the genealogical information prepared by Mary Anne Frenzel for additional family background.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

As a whole, the collection documents and illustrates twentieth-century social life and customs of a section of Baton Rouge society. It is comprised largely of photographic materials dating from around 1860 through 1980 documenting family members, special events, travels, and family homes. Photographic materials provide a fairly thorough chronological record of family members up to 1965. Included in this material is a small series documenting family homes. Of particular interest is a set of photographs of the exterior of the family home at 219 Saint Phillip Street (1901), exterior and interior photographs of 201 Saint Phillip Street (1912-1915), and exterior photographs of 8642 Jefferson Highway (circa 1955-1970). There are relatively few photographs dating from 1965 to 1980 and they are primarily group portraits of family members.

Print materials include copies of high school annuals, certificates, wedding materials, articles from various publications, and promotional and informational materials from the Queen Elizabeth 2. There is very little correspondence in the collection; what there is of it consists largely of a few letters from children to their parents or to friends and a few telegrams marking special occasions.

A microfilmed scrapbook compiled by Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel contains clippings and other printed items documenting the social, civic, and professional activities and personal lives primarily of Elizabeth and Jimmy Hynes and their children, including but not limited to the wedding of Elizabeth and Jimmy Hynes; Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel’s involvement in the parish of St. Joseph’s Cathedral and St. Joseph’s Cemetery; the Louisiana School for the Deaf and Juliette Hynes’s work with the deaf (Kenny and James Hynes, Jr. are deaf); Old Hickory Lodge, a social club founded by Elizabeth and Jimmy Hynes; and debuts, weddings, deaths, and club involvement. Information on the Gebelin family is also included.

LIST OF SERIES AND SUBSERIES

I. Gebelin family relatives and friends, ca. 1870; ca. 1900

II. Elizabeth Ellen “Lizzie” Walsh Gebelin, 1874-1951

1. Photographs, 1874-1951, undated

III. Joseph Jean Baptiste Gebelin, 1868, ca. 1890-1940

1. Correspondence

2. Printed materials

3. Photographs

IV. Walsh-Gebelin relatives, ca. 1860-1940, undated

1. Photographs, ca. 1860-1940

2. Writings, 1895, 1932

V. Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes, 1911-1981

1. Photographs, 1911-1981

2. Travels, [1919-1981]

3. Clubs and Groups, [ca. 1930]

4. Correspondence, 1921

5. Papers, ca. 1925-1982

VI. James Horace “Jimmy Daddy” Hynes, ca. 1890-2007

1. Photographs, ca. 1890-1975, undated

2. Printed materials, 1933-2007

VII. Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel, 1951-2007

1. Photographs, 1952-1962, undated

2. Printed material, 1952-1985

3. Genealogical file, ca. 1860-2009

4. Scrapbook on microfilm, ca. 1911-2007

VIII. Homes, 1900-1966

IX. Buildings, ca. 1895-ca. 1945

X. Digital Files, ca. 1850-2007, files created 2008 and 2009

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

I. Elizabeth Ellen “Lizzie” Walsh Gebelin, ca. 1876-1920

This series is comprised of portraits of Elizabeth Ellen “Lizzie” Walsh Gebelin as a young woman; those taken for her engagement and wedding and immediately following her marriage; photographs with her twin sister Gertrude as children, upon graduation from St. Joseph’s Academy, and with their children Elizabeth Gebelin Hynes, Claire, and Gertie’s daughter Bessie Salisbury; black and white snap shots of her with family; and one image from a trip to Quebec, Canada. Photographs (1995) of Walsh and Mulvihill grave markers are included here.

II. Joseph Jean Baptiste Gebelin, ca. 1900-ca. 1940

This series is comprised primarily of photographs of Joseph Jean Baptiste Gebelin depicting his family, travels, and business associations. It includes group portraits of the first Board of Directors of City National Bank of Baton Rouge (undated but after 1933); an interior shot of the Bank of Baton Rouge, showing Gebelin and Eugene Cazedessus (ca. 1920-1930); and Gebelin as a Baton Rouge City Council member (1901). An image of a group of men holding sugar cane in front of the Old State Capitol is also present (undated but after 1882). Several portraits (ca. 1900-1940) are included, as well as snapshots of family vacations at Lookout Mountain (1904) and Killarney, Ireland (undated but ca. 1920) and a group photo of Gebelin with his wife Elizabeth Walsh Gebelin, Gertrude Walsh Salisbury, and his sisters (ca. 1900). Non-photographic items include an obligatory letter (July 8, 1868) from Gebelin to his parents; photocopies of a commemorative booklet for the 75th anniversary of the Baton Rouge Country Club (1991); and the statement of condition on opening day for the City National Bank of Baton Rouge (after 1933), for which Gebelin was a member of the board of directors.

III. Walsh-Gebelin family relatives and friends, images, 1863-1905

This series is comprised primarily of images of members of the allied Salisbury, Jaubert, Bougêre, Dow, Tessier, Gebelin, Duggan, Clerc, and Reynaud families. The cartes de visite and cabinet cards were created in studios in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Galveston, Texas. Most are unidentified, but those identified include members of the Salisbury, Jaubert and Bougêre, Dow, Gebelin, Duggan, Clerc, and Reynaud families, particularly Achille Bougêre; Baptistine “Bêbe” Gebelin; Louise Angéline Jaubert; Bessie, Marie Louise, and William Salisbury; and Catherine Mulvihill Walsh and her daughter Gertrude Agnes Walsh Salisbury. Also included is a series of four images related to St. Joseph Church and its parish priest, Father Delacroix, who served the parish between 1865 and 1893 and is buried under the cathedral. Three unidentified tintypes are also present, including one of an African-American woman, ca. 1860s. Finally, a mounted photograph of Viola Bougere (in hat) and Juanita Bougere (with parasol) in a flower-bedecked horse cart (ca.1900) and an unidentified group in front of a plantation home (ca. 1890) are also included.

A bound photocopy of the diary of Annie Maria Walsh’s (1870-1953) tour of Ireland, 1932, is found in this series, as is a printout of Gertrude Walsh’s essay “Regrets.” It was written during her senior year at St. Joseph’s Academy in Baton Rouge in June 1895.

IV. Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes, 1911-1982

Subseries 1. Photographs, 1911-1920

This subseries includes images of Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin shortly after her birth through her ninth year; a set of images from her 11th birthday (1922); a number of images circa 1930; wedding photographs (1940); and a mixed collection of images (ca. 1930-1981) including

snapshots of Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes at costumed events, holidays, parties, recreational activities, and other settings.

Subseries 2. On the set of Band of Angels, 1957

Having studied drama and theater arts, Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes clearly had an affinity for acting. She was an extra in Band of Angels, based on the Robert Penn Warren novel. The film was shot in and around Ashland-Belle Helene Plantation, Geismer, Louisiana. This subseries includes an “album” and loose photographs taken on-set.

Subseries 3. Photographs of friends, ca. 1917-1977

This subseries includes photographs of various friends from childhood through college and well into adulthood. A few images may have been taken at Old Hickory Lodge. One professional photograph was taken in New Orleans at the Roosevelt Hotel’s Blue Room (ca. 1955).

Subseries 4. Travels, ca. 1919-1981

This subseries includes images from family trips to a number of locations around the globe including Ellsworth, Maine; Cyprus; Israel; Egypt; and Jamaica. Also included here are a set of printed materials from the Queen Elizabeth 2 tenth Anniversary Transatlantic Crossing (1979) as well a scrapbooks of trips to Cuba (1934) and Jamaica (ca. 1960). The Cuba scrapbook also contains a few pages from her school days.

Subseries 5. Clubs and Groups, ca. 1930

This subseries includes group photographs from Elizabeth’s college days in Ohio and her cohorts in The Spinsters, a club she and a cousin established for unmarried women in Baton Rouge.

Subseries 6. Papers, 1921-1982

This subseries includes correspondence, telegrams, a Character Sketch Album (1925) in which she recorded traits and likes of her classmates at Sacred Heart Academy (ca. 1925), a homemade booklet “This is Your Life, 1911-1961,” invitations, baptism and membership certificates, a diploma, a xerographic copy of the Baton Rouge High School Annual (1927), a copy of The Pelican (newsletter from the Louisiana School for the Deaf), and newspaper clippings related to the Spinsters Club. Wedding memorabilia includes an invitation, Mass card, and scrapbook (1940).

V. James Horace “Jimmy Daddy” Hynes, ca. 1890-1975

Subseries 1. Photographs, ca. 1890-1994

This subseries includes images of James’ parents, his sister, and himself in school at Barbour Hall, Flint, Michigan, and Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama. Two photos of him in uniform, one taken in Tsingtao, China (October 27, 1945) and another being a portrait by Fonville Winans, are also found here. There are a number of images related to social occasions,

friends, family, and his daughter Mary Anne’s wedding. A few images created in 1994 document his family homes and family grave markers in Chicago.

Subseries 2. Printed material, Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama, 1933 - 2007

This subseries includes xerographic copies of grade reports and other materials related to Spring Hill College, including the school’s fight song, which he wrote. Also included are original print issues of the Spring Hill newsletters and magazine.

VI. Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel, ca. 1950-2009

Subseries 1. Photographs, ca. 1950-1962

This subseries includes photographs of Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel from the time she was a child until her debutante presentation in 1962, including photographs of her presenting flowers to Mrs. Kennon at the inauguration of her husband as governor and her Le Cercle de Bacchus and Baton Rouge Assembly presentations. Her wedding photographs are included in Series V above.

Subseries 2. Printed material, 1952-1985

This subseries includes materials related to the inauguration of Louisiana Governor Robert F. Kennon, her Le Cercle de Bacchus presentation (1962), and a xerographic copy of The Baton Rouge Assembly Silver Jubilee: A Record of Twenty-five Years, 1961-1985.

Subseries 3. Genealogical file, ca. 1860-2009

The file contains correspondence, notes, transcriptions of records and newspaper articles and obituaries, family histories, and copies of family documents compiled by Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel in relation to the Jaubert, Gebelin, Walsh, Hynes, Tessier, Reynaud, and allied families. Many of these same files are also found on the Hynes Family History CD, located in Series IX. Also found here are printouts of some scanned photographs of members of these same families; scans are found on the Hynes Family History CD in IX, and originals of many of the same photographs are also found in Series III. See the appendix for a listing of the files on the CD.

Subseries 4. Scrapbook, ca. 1911-2007

A microfilmed scrapbook compiled by Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel contains clippings documenting the social, civic, and professional activities and personal lives of primarily Elizabeth and Jimmy Hynes and their children, including but not limited to the wedding of Elizabeth and Jimmy Hynes; Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel’s involvement in the parish of St. Joseph’s Cathedral and St. Joseph’s Cemetery; the Louisiana School for the Deaf and Juliette Hynes’s work with the deaf; Old Hickory Lodge, a social club founded by Elizabeth and Jimmy Hynes; and debuts, weddings, deaths, and club involvement. Information on the Gebelin family is also included.

Loose items that accompanied the scrapbook are also included in the microfilm. These are genealogical information prepared by Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel, a booklet entitled “This is Your Life Elizabeth Gebelin Hynes” prepared for her 50th birthday, her certificate of baptism, graduation and dance invitation (1928), certificates for Interior Decoration and Expression and Dramatic Art (1930), birth announcement of Joseph Gebelin Hynes (1947), party invitations, 50th

birthday telegrams, and a program for a ballet in which she was involved (1954). The original scrapbook and booklet were returned to Mrs. Frenzel after microfilming, but the originals of the loose items have been retained.

VII. Homes, ca. 1905-ca. 1960

Photographs of three of the Gebelin-Walsh-Hynes homes are included in this series: 219 Saint Phillip Street (ca. 1905-1907), 201 Saint Phillip Street (ca. 1915), and 8642 Jefferson Highway (ca. 1960).

VIII. Buildings, Baton Rouge, ca. 1895-ca. 1945

Images of St. Joseph Parochial School (339 North) and St. Joseph Church (now St. Joseph Cathedral, 4th and Main Streets), and Old Hickory Lodge are included in this series.

IX. Digital files, ca. 1850-2007, files created 2008 and 2009

This series includes 447 digital files of family photographs, histories, and documents provided by the donor and 440 digital images created from Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel’s microfilmed scrapbook. It includes portraits of the Gebelin, Walsh, Jaubert, Salisbury, Hynes, and Frenzel families among others; photographs of the family home at 219 St. Philip; Elizabeth Gebelin Hynes with her children; photographs of parties at Old Hickory Lodge, many featuring James Hynes; and photographs of family, servers, and musicians at the Gebelin-Hynes wedding. In most instances, the collection also contains prints or originals of the images provided on disc, but not all, and most textual items of a genealogical nature have been printed and filed in the series for Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel. Images of non-photographic items show the essay “Regrets” written by Gertrude Gebelin as a student at St. Joseph’s Academy and an invitation to the Academy’s 1895 commencement exercises. See the appendix for a complete listing of these files. A full description of the scrapbook is found in the Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel series. Printouts of many of the scans are also found in her genealogical files.

INDEX TERMS

(Materials related to the person, place, or thing on the left may be found in the series or subseries given on the right)

Term

Location

Albumen prints.

I, II, III

Architecture, Domestic--Photographs.

VII

Assembly (Social organization : Baton Rouge, La.)

VI.2

Cercle de Bacchus (Social organization : Baton Rouge, La.)

VI.2

Baton Rouge (La.)--Social life and customs--20th century.

All

Bougere family

III, VI, IX

Crete--Pictorial works.

IV.4

Delacroix, Cyril

III

Dye-coupled prints.

IV.1, 2, 3, 4

Egypt--Pictorial works.

IV.4

Fonville Winans Studio (Baton Rouge, La.)

IV.1

Frenzel, Mary Anne Hynes, 1943-

IV - VI, IX

Gebelin family

All

Gebelin, Elizabeth Ellen Walsh, 1874-1955.

I, IV, IX

Gebelin, Joseph Jean Baptiste, 1853-1953.

II, IV, IX

Gelatin silver prints.

I - VII

Hynes, Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin, 1911-1982.

I, IV, IX

Hynes, James Horace, 1910-1985.

IV, V, IX

Ireland--Description and travel.

IIII

Israel--Pictorial works.

IV.4

Jamaica--Pictorial works.

IV.4

Jaubert family

III, VI, IX

Lytle Studio (Baton Rouge, La.)

III, VII, IX

Old Hickory Lodge (Baton Rouge, La.)

VIII, IX

Queen Elizabeth 2 (Ship)

IV.4

Resin-coated paper prints.

I - VIII

St. Joseph Church (Baton Rouge, La.)

VIII, IX

St. Joseph Academy (Baton Rouge, La.)

III, IX

Tessier family.

III, IV, VI, IX

Walsh family.

I, III, VI, IX

Wedding photography--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.

I, IV.1; V.1, IX

CONTAINER LIST

Stack

Location

Box

Folder(s)

Contents (with dates)

I. Elizabeth Ellen “Lizzie” Walsh Gebelin

91:1

1

2

photographs, [ca. 1876 1920], 13 items

1

3

photographs, [ca. 1920 1951], 9 items

91:2

5

1

photographs, [1895], 1 item

5

2

photographs, 1907, 1 item

5

3

photographs, 1907, 1 item

91:1

1

4

Walsh and Mulvihill grave markers, photographs,1995, 2 items

II. Joseph Jean Baptiste Gebelin

1

5

photographs, [ca. 1900 ca. 1940], 20 items

6

correspondence, 1868 July 08

1

7

printed material: xerographic copy, Baton Rouge Country Club, 1916 1991, Seventy-fifth Anniversary Historical Commemorative Booklet; City National Bank brochure, undated but after 1933.

91:2

5

4

photographs, [ca. 1900], 1 item

5

5

photographs, [ca. 1930], 1 item

III. Walsh-Gebelin family relatives and friends

91:1

1

1

photographs, ca. 1890 and 1900: Bougere sisters in cart, family on porch

91:1

2

1 - 25

photographs, 1863 1905, Families: Bermudez, Bougere, Clerc, Dow,

Tessier, Gebelin, Gil, Jaubert, Quilter, Repp, and Reynaud.

3

26 - 50

photographs, 1863 1905, Families: Salisbury, Stoneman, [Unidentified Lytle studio images], Walsh.

4

59

writings: Walsh, Annie Maria, xerographic copy of diary, tour of Ireland, 1932 June 10 July 4, 1 item / 71 pages; Gertrude Walsh’s “Regrets.”

IV. Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes

91:1

1

8

photographs, 1911 1920, 1 of 2, 8 sleeves / 13 items

1

9

photographs, 1911 1920, 2 of 2, 5 items

1

10

photographs, 11th birthday, 1922, 10 items

1

11

photographs, ca. 1930, 7 items

91:2

5

6

photographs, ca. 1930, 5 items

91:1

1

12

wedding photographs, 1940, 13 items

91:2

5

7

wedding photographs, 1940, 4 items

91:1

1

13

photographs, ca. 1930 1960, 30 items

1

14

photographs, ca. 1960 1981, 16 items

Stack

Location

Box

Folder(s)

Contents (with dates)

1

15

photographs, on set of Band of Angels, 1957, 20 items

IV. Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes (cont’d)

91:1

1

16

photographs of friends, ca. 1917 1977, 30 items

1

17

photographs of friends, ca. 1955, 1 item

1

18

travel photographs, ca. 1919 1949, 5 items

1

19

travel photographs, ca. 1950 1981, 32 items

1

20

travel photographs, album of sea cruise, 1934, 1 item

1

21

travel photographs, “Acadian Maids”, 1939, 2 items

OS:G

6

1

travel photographs, “Acadian Maids”, panoramic photograph, 1939, 1 item

91:1

1

22

travel photographs, Ellsworth. Maine, ca. 1955, 1 photo print, 3 miniature photo albums

1

23

travel photographs, Jamaica, ca. 1960, 1 item

1

24

travel, printed material, Queen Elizabeth 2 10th Anniversary Transatlantic Crossing, 1979, 7 items

1

25

club and group photographs, ca. 1930, 4 items

1

26

correspondence, 1921 1971, 10 items

1

27

papers: The Fricassee, Baton Rouge High School Annual, 1927, partial xerographic copy, 1 item

1

28

papers: Character Sketch Album, ca. 1925, 1 item

1

29

papers: Professional certificate, Louisiana State Department of Education, 1933 June 30, 1 item

91:2

5

8

papers: Certificate of Study, Schuster Martin School of the Drama, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1930 June 03, 1 item

91:1

1

30

papers: wedding invitation; “Mass on the Day of Marriage” 1940 December 28, 2 items

1

31

papers: The Register, 1950 August 12, partial xerographic copy, 1 item

1

32

papers: The Pelican (Louisiana School for the Deaf), 1961, 1 item

1

33

papers: This Is Your Life Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes 1911 1961, 1961, 1 item

1

34

papers, newspaper clippings: The Sunday Advocate, history of the “Spinsters Club,” 1968 March 17, partial xerographic copy; “Junior Legion Auxiliary Members Attend Puppet Show,” no date, no attribution, 2 items

1

35

papers: various items, 1911 1961, 10 items

1

36a

papers: Do you know your mother?, ca. 1981, 1 item

1

36b

papers: Wedding scrapbook, 1940.

V. James Horace “Jimmy Daddy” Hynes

1

37

Hynes family photographs, [ca.1890 1920], 6 items

1

38

photographs, [ca. 1930 1945], 10 items

Stack

Location

Box

Folder(s)

Contents (with dates)

V. James Horace “Jimmy Daddy” Hynes (cont’d)

91:1

1

39

photographs, [ca. 1945 1975], 8 items

91:2

5

9

photographs, group portrait-class, Barbour Hall, Flint, MI., [ca. 1920], 1 item

5

10

photographs, group portrait- class, Barbour Hall, Flint, MI., [ca. 1920], 1 item

5

11

photographs, group portrait-school band, Barbour Hall, Flint, MI., [ca. 1920], 1 item

5

12

photographs, [ca. 1950], 1 item

91:1

1

40

Friends, family, and Mary Anne’s wedding, photographs, [ca. 1960 1975], 13 items

1

41

Chicago, IL., family home and gravesite, photographs, 1994, 4 items

1

42

printed material: Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL., 1933 2007, 10 items

VI. Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel

1

43

photographs, [ca. 1950 - 1951], 3 items

photographs, Le Cercle de Bacchus and Baton Rouge Assembly presentations, 1962, 6 items

1

45

photographs, inauguration of Governor Kennon, 1952, 2 items

91:2

5

13

photographs, with Elizabeth Gertrude Gebelin Hynes, 1962, 4 items

91:1

1

46

correspondence, 1988, 1 item

1

47

printed material: inauguration of Governor Kennon, 1952, 4 items

1

48

printed material: American Youth Ballet program, 1954, 1 item

1

49

printed material, newspaper clippings: The State Times, “Le Cercle de Bacchus” presentation, 1962 March 05, 1 item (3 pieces)

1

50

printed material, The Register, partial xerographic copy, 4 pages, 1972 January 15, 1 item

1

51

printed material, The Baton Rouge Assembly Silver Jubilee, A Record of Twenty-five Years, 1961 1985, xerographic copy, 32 pages, [1985], 1 item

4

60

printed material, genealogical and family history materials, correspondence, 2004, 2007, 2 items

4

61

printed material, genealogical and family history materials, 33 items

Mf:G

printed material, scrapbook, microfilmed, 1895, ca. 1927 2007, 1 item

VII. Homes

91:1

1

52

photographs: 201 Saint Phillip Street, 1912; 219 Saint Phillip Street, n.d.; unidentified, n.d.; unidentified, n.d. 4 items

1

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photographs, 219 Saint Phillip Street, n.d. [ca. 1905], 1 item

1

54

photographs, 219 Saint Phillip Street, 1907 October 23, 1 item

Stack

Location

Box

Folder(s)

Contents (with dates)

5

14

photographs, 219 Saint Phillip Street, 1901 February 16, 1 item

91:1

5

15

photographs, 219 Saint Phillip Street, [ca. 1905], 1 item

OS:G

6

1

photographs, 201 Saint Phillip Street, [ca. 1915], 1 item

OS:G

6

2

photographs, 201 Saint Phillip Street, [ca. 1915], 1 item

OS:G

6

3

photographs, 201 Saint Phillip Street, [ca. 1915], 1 item

91:1

1

55

photographs, 8642 Jefferson Highway, n.d., [ca. 1960], 3 items

VIII. Buildings

1

56

photographs: Saint Joseph;s Academy, 339 North, Baton Rouge, LA., n.d., [ca. 1945]; Saint Joseph Church, 4th and Main, Baton Rouge, LA., n.d. [ca. 1895 1920], 3 items / 5 images

91:2

5

16

images, Old Hickory Lodge, n.d.: 1 photograph, 1 reproduction of a watercolor and ink drawing, 2 items

IX. Digital files, (1895 2007, files created 2008)

91:1

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Selection of prints of digital image files for which there are no analog prints elsewhere in the collection (see CD 2 for digital files)

AA:

Disc 1

Digital copy of Mary Anne Hynes Frenzel’s microfilmed scrapbook on DVD (back up files stored on R:\Manuscripts\gebelin-hynes-walsh-frenzel\Scrapbook JPGs)

Disc 2

“Hynes family history and Gebelin-Hynes Photo” CD (back up files stored on R:\Manuscripts\gebelin-hynes-walsh-frenzel\Hynes Family History CD)

Disc 3

Scans of “Regrets” and invitations

APPENDIX: FILES ON DISC PROVIDED BY DONOR, 2/28/2009

NOTE: In most instances, the collection also contains prints or originals of the images provided on disc, but not all.

D: \

Name

Size

Type

Bougere ++ Folder

0

File Folder

Gebelin ++ Folder

0

File Folder

Gebelin-Hynes Photos FILE Folder

0

File Folder

Hynes ++ Folder

0

File Folder

Jaubert ++ Folder

0

File Folder

Tessier ++ Folder

0

File Folder

Walsh ++ Folder

0

File Folder

D: \ Bougere ++ Folder

Name

Size

Type

Bougeres Relatives

0

File Folder

Bougere's Report Cards

0

File Folder

Helluim Ltr Folder

0

File Folder

001160 Gebelin

22KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

1898 Census

21KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

AchiellEBourgerelater

69KB

JPEG Image

AchielleStephanieBougere

176KB

JPEG Image

Bougeres

29KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

FannieBougere

53KB

JPEG Image

Gladys Bougere

63KB

JPEG Image

JUANITA

33KB

JPEG Image

JuanitaBougere

130KB

JPEG Image

OlgaBougereMoret

62KB

JPEG Image

PersacPainting of StarPlantation

26KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

StarPlantation

45KB

JPEG Image

StephanieBougere

40KB

JPEG Image

Viola(l)_Juanita(r)asTeens#F088

64KB

JPEG Image

ViolaBougereCorreges

43KB

JPEG Image

WE DO NOT HAVE ORIGINALS OF THE ABOVE SCANNED PHOTOGRAPHS; THE FILES BELOW WERE PRINTED AND FILED IN THE GENEALOGY FILE OF MARY ANNE HYNES FRENZEL

D: \ Bougere ++ Folder \ Bougeres Relatives

Name

Size

Type

IMG_0001

877KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

IMG_0003

1,017KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

IMG_0004

423KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

D: \ Bougere ++ Folder \ Bougere's Report Cards

Name

Size

Type

Bougere Cards

423KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Juanita Bougere’s Report Card

19KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

D: \ Bougere ++ Folder \ Helluim Ltr Folder

Name

Size

Type

IMG_0001

530KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

IMG_0002

594KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

IMG_0003

600KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

D: \ Gebelin ++ Folder

Name

Size

Type

Staff Dancing at Gebelin Wedding

0

File Folder

Stoneman Folder

0

File Folder

001160 Gebelin

21KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

CNB-Opening1

220KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

CNB-Opening2

516KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

GasslerEulogy

789KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

GEBELIN

45KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

GebelinPlots@Roselawn

3,162KB

JPEG Image

D: \ Gebelin ++ Folder \ Staff Dancing at Gebelin Wedding

Name

Size

Type

GebelinWedding,staff

108KB

JPEG Image

Lizzie Reily dancing

24KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

D: \ Gebelin ++ Folder \ Stoneman Folder

Name

Size

Type

MGStoneman

61KB

JPEG Image

StonemanPage1

975KB

JPEG Image

StonemanPage2

563KB

JPEG Image

TEXT FILES FROM THE ABOVE GEBELIN FOLDERS WERE PRINTED AND FILED IN THE GENEALOGY FILE OF MARY ANNE HYNES FRENZEL.

D: \ Gebelin-Hynes Photos FILE Folder

(Files named by donor)

Filenames:

1912, Bessie Salisbury with Billy

1967, Ireland, BonRatty Castle, L-r MAHF with Michael in back, EGG, Laura Elise Rukas, Juliette Hynes

a4-MAFH 014Joseph Gebelin

a17gebelin-First Board of City National Bank

a21mr.and mrs.Gebelin

a Jos.Gebelin behind cage at Bank of BR

a Juanita Bougere with parasol, Viola without

a. Atlantic City, Sept.1, 1924,Jos.Eliz,Lizzie, Claire

a. Eugene Cazdessues and Jo. Gebelin in Bank of BR

a.Jos and Lizzie Gebelin, EGG on donkey, Claire standing in middle, Staffords with Elizabeth Stafford on donkey. Seven Falls, S Cheyne Canyon, Co. 1919

a.Jos Gebelin

aClaire, EGG, Lizzie, Jos. Gebelin in Venice,August 17, 1925

aJos and Lizzie Gebelin NYC 1901

aJos Gebelin 1928ish

aJos Gebelin far right front

aJos Gebelin second front left at Old State Capitol

aJos Gebelin taken while member of City Council

aJos.Gebelin

aJos.Gebelin (2)

aJos.Gebelin (3)

aJos.Gebelin (4)

aJos.Gebelin (1900ish)

aJosGebelin

aJosGebelin with Walsh twins Lizzie behind him, Gertie to far left, and three of his four sisters,,,Augustine, Baptistine, Pauline andor Nora

aJosGebelin(1900ish)

aLookoutMtLizzie with guide on Balanced Rock

b BeBe Baptistine Gebelin Jaubert

b Elodie (1887),Walter(1890),Gladys(1893),Irving (1895)Hampden Bougere

b Jaubert or Dugan [note: back of original of this photo labeled Laure Angeline Jaubert, age 2 years 4 months, March 12, 1884]

b Jean Baptiste Gebelin, father of Joseph Gebelin, great grand to Hyneses

b Marie Louise and Bessie Salisbury 1911

b Mrs Joseph Gebelin, wife of PaPa's uncle holding Josephine [a.k.a. Phine, her daughter]

b Nora Gebelin Bougere

b probably Rape, Repp, Rupp

b pulled from full pic at what may be Gebelin home.

b pulled from full pic, maybe Jean Baptiste Gebelin family at their home

B St Joseph Chrurch June-July 1905

b unidentified

b unidentified (2)

b. Jauberts

b. Judge Edwin J. Bermudez,Judge 3rd City Court, New Orleans with son March 8, 1886

b.Louise Jaubert Clerc.

bAchille E Bougere when married to Pauline Gebelin.

bAchille E.Bougere

bAlbertClerc

bBabyBoyInChair

bBebe,BaptistineGebelinJaubert

bBlancheJaubert

bBougeres, oldest probably Juanita. [note: later identified by donor as Pauline Bougere with daughter Viola]

bBoyw_HandOnTable#8382

bChild_Chair_Flower#58D6

bEdnaLouiseWax

bEmilieDow

bFr.Delacroux

bFr.Delacroux-2

bFr.Delacroux-_#0395

bGeneral George Stoneman.

bGirlInChair

bHandOnChair

bHenry D. Repp or Reppe, 2 yrs 12days To dear Uncle fom Henry D.

bHenry D. Repp, at 3years.

bHenry D. REpp, baby [Dec. 6,1882 in Baptismal dress.]

bIdaRuthGil

bJean Baptiste Gebelin in later years, in chair on left

bJean Joseph Gebelin [note: labeled “Johnny” Gebelin on back]

bJosephineGebelinReynaud

bJudgeBermudez&son

bJustaMan

bLadyStanding

bLadyWithBaby

bLadyWithElbowOnPost

bLadyWithHandOnTum

bLadyWithLaces

bLaureAngelineJaubert [note: back of original of this scan labeled Louise Jaubert]

bLisaQuilter

bLittleBoy&Girl

bLittleBoyInChair

bLittleBoyWithStatue

bLittleGirlinChair

bLittleMay

bLittlePix

bLouise Jaubert, communion

bMaggieTessier

bMan in Circle

bManSitting

bManWithElbowOnPost

bNoelieClerc

bPaulineGebelinBougere

bRoyals&Pope

bTessier

bunidentified

bunidentified 12

bunidentified (2)

bunidentified (3)

bunidentified but probably Jauberts-Dugans

bunidentified lady

bunidentifiedLady

bViola and JuanitaBougere [note: labeled Elodie and Juanita on back]

bViola at St. Michael's church, Convent

bViolaBougere_#4B5B

bWalter,Gladys,Howden,etc.,Bougere

bWillie M Repp, must be brother of Henry D

bYoungManInSailorSuit

c2twins 2Lizzie and Gertie making First Communion

c3twins upon graduating from SJA

c9gebelin-hynes 029Lizzie with EGG 1911

cGertie and Lizzie at EGG's wedding

chendrixwithlizize [Mr. Hendrix, father-in-law of Claire Hendrix, and Lizzie Walsh]

cimg469 Lizzie Walsh

cimg506Lizzie Walsh 3rd from Left

cLizzie (YaYa)with Joe Hynes1948ish

cLizzie Gebelin

cLizzie Gebelin (2)

cLizzie GertieWalshborn 1874

cLizzie with EGG 1911

cLizzie with EGG 1911 (2)

cLizzieGebelin

cLizzieGebelin,NYC,1900 or1901

cLizzieGertiegraduating for St.Joseph Academy 1895

cLizzieGertieWalsh First Communion

cLizzieWalshengagement -1898-1900

cLizzieWalshGebelin in NYC 1900or1901

cLizzieWalshGebelin on wedding day, Oct 1900

cMAFH 024YaYa driving car

cScan0038Daughters of Isabella

dgebelin-Catherine Mulvihill 068 Lizzie's Mother

dgebelin-hynes 017horse and carriage belong to Gebelins

dimg133Bessie and Marie Louise Salisbury

dimg137Wilbur and Elva Kean,Bernie Denson

dimg140Juliette Amiss

dimg145Juliette, Jo Lamar, Charles Caplinger at Old Hickory

dimg146Juliette and Charlie Caplinger

dJulietter Amiss in front of Hill Memorial, LSU

dJulietter Caplinger with Red and Lydia Bryan,Old Hickory

e 57 Acadian Maids enroute to Novia Scotia. Aug. 1932jpg

e 57 LA. Acadian Maids, EGG just left of Dudley J. LeBlanc in center, in front of White House, Aug.1932

e April 1915, EGG 4yrs2monthwithHomelMorgan

e celebration in Georgia probably part of Acadian tour 1932

e Claire and Elizabeth at Niagra Falls, Aug 29th ....not sure of year

e EGG and Claire

e EGGH in front of red house, summer 1981

e EGGH in one of her many Xmas outfits, this tree lit up!

e MAH,Laura Elise Rukas, Joe, Ju, EGG Mardi Gras in New Orleans

e on 1981 Delta Queen Xmas cruise, EGGH, Juliette, Joe, Elaine and T'Joe Hynes

e pony and carriage in front of Gebelin house

e Rukas,EGG,Ju, MAHF,Michael Ireland 1967

e Spinsters EGG top row 8th from left. EGG president 1939

e, Med cruise July 1980, EGG with Renee, MAHF

e. Group on Tauck Tour of Canada, MAHF and EGGH in front of each other back and middle row, 1976-77

eAcadian Maids, Aug.1932

eAug.1932, Acadian Maids

ebaby EGG 1911

ebaby EGG early 1911

ebabyEGG 1911

eBetty and Bob Smith on steps, Elizabeth Stafford Smith with Ginger

eCanada MAHF and EGG on left, 1976 or 77

eClaire and EGGNiagra Falls

eClaire,EGG,Lizzie and Jos Gebelin in Venice 1925, Kenny and EGGH in Venice 1961

eDickens Hendrix on ladder, Mary Anne Joe, EGG at 219 St. Phillip

eDionne Quinns

eDrDick Tuite and EGG at Bacchus Ball where Teri Tuite and MAH were presented

eEGG

eEGG9bScan1_1_0004

eEGG9th birthfday Lytle

eEGG10gebelin-hynes 044First Communion

eEGG11amamaaslittlegirl4

eEGG11bmamaaslittlegirl2

eEGG17 about19

eEgg18mama8

eEGG19amama6

eEGG19c

eEGG19mg493 at about 22 years old

eEGG20amama

eEGG20gebelin-hynes 051

eEGG22ascan

eEGG23a

eEGG23img602

eEGG26MAFH 027JoGebelin,EGG,Lizzie,ClaireAtlantic City

eEGG34img073 snow in Cinncinnati

eEGG35img033 visiting Kenny and St. Louis EGGH,Kenny, MAHF

eEGG37img017in Jamaica with attache to Sir Hugh Foote, Gov. of Jamaica. Attache, EGGH,Kenny, MAHF

eEgg122440Fonville

eEGG122540Fonville

eEGG 6th from left riding in Cinncinati

eEGG 9th birthday Lytle

eEGG 9th birthday Lytle (2)

eEGG 9th birthdayLytle

EEGG amd JHH before 1954

eEGG and Sarah Lea, London

eEGG far right back

eEGG fishing at Louis Albritton;s camp March 5,1952

EEGG Fonville D1940

eEGG in goldroom of Gebelin home

eEGG May 1913

eEgg Mrs.Whiteman Enlgnad1968

eEGG on horse at residence

eEGG probably 1915

eEgg wedding telling parents goodbye

eEGG with doll

eEgg with Kenny Feb.3. 1943

eEGG with Kenny or MAHF

eEGG with Kenny or MAHF42-43

eEGG with Kenny, Fonville 1943

eEGGH first on left back row, Band of Angles

eEGGH on porch of Gebelin home, see stable in back, MAH on lap, Kenny seated, 1944

eeggH,JoLamar in back, Juliette Amiss

eEGGwith doll

eEGGwithcurls

EGG, Rukas, Ju, Michael and MAHF in Kilarney 1967

EGGH and MAHF in Canada 1976-77

EGGlittle girl

eiimg526 wedding of MAHF in 1966

eimg034 EGGH with MaryAnne and Kenny ...see barn in background

eimg040From Nashvillian, 1966, EGGH and MAHF in Franklin, Tenn.

eJuliette Amiss and EGG First Communion 1921

eJulietteAmiss and EGG with Marionettes

eJustin Rukas, Laura Elise Rukas, EGG

EKenny MaryAnne, EGG in Ellsworth Maine

eKenny, EGG, Mary Anne living at Gebeling house while JHH in navy, WWII

eKenny, EGGH, MAH at Gebelin home, 1943-44

eKings Night EGG,Juliette Caplinger, Jo Lamar

Elizaeth Hynes and Mrs. Whieman at Norma Cross, England.

elobster boil in Ellsworth ME.

eMAFH 018

eMAFH 019

eMAH, Joe, EGG and dog Russell

eoldfriends

eportrait

eRedDoorPuppetShow perfomred at 208St.Louis JulietteAmissand EGG

eRenee Frenzel, EGG and baby Renee at baptism Feb.1968

ewedding gifts EGG

f 1st.Gebelin home, 219 St. Phillip

f first Gebelin home

f JHH651962

f JHH at Spring Hill #2 from left

f JHH far left front, Barbour Hall, Flint, Michigan

f JHH in Chiana, WWII

f JHH, 4th from left front row, Barbour Hall

f. First Gebelin home,

f.......Johnny Powers, Mary Lee Lamar, Paul Caplinger, Joe Hynes, Cam McAndrew, ....... Peggy Powers .......

fBandat Barbour Hall, JHH plays clarinet

FEaster 1948-49, Nancy Kean, Nita Sims Wilson, ,,,,, Pat Wilson Vickie Anderson. Do not know other boys

fEggh JHH

fEggMAHFJHHBacchus

fJHH

fJHH 4th from left, front row at Barbour Hall

fJHH (2)

fjhh (3)

fJHH and sister Sarah with mother, Mary Rose

fJHH at piano, Sue Jones first and Janie Kean last.

fJHH at Spring Hill

fJHH at SpringHill

fJHH Fonville Aug, 25,19 43

fJHH plays piano

fJHH with law books

fJHHEGGH

fJHHin China

fLeslieGroves, Vickie and Judy Anderson, Martha Jane Hosmer,.... ,..Girls standing Joan Anderson and Mary Lee Lamar

front of 8642 Jeff. Hwy, Hynes home before roof tiles.

fSarahLea sister of JHH

g EGGand JHH leaving wedding from Gebelin home

g EGGJHHsaying goodbye to Gebelins

g staff at Gebelins after wedding of EGG in gold room . Identified else where.

Gebelin in Ireland, Aug. 27, 1925

Gebelins and Staffords at Falls.

gEGG and JHH leaving St.Joseph

gEGG at bottom of steps, Gebelin home,

gEGGand JHH leaving St. Joseph Fonville

Gertie on wedding day, married William Salisbury, June 1905

gLizzieand JosGebelin leaving church after wedding

gLouisXV by Whiting wedding gifts of EGG

gquartet at wedding

gside of Bessis Salisbury, EGGH, JHH and side of Sarah Petrie

gwedding gifts EGG

gwedding gifts EGG (2)

gwedding giftsEGG

hbigjuliette2

hJuliette Amiss Caplinger

hJuliette Caplinger, Old Hickory

hJulietteand Charlie Caplinger

hKenny and EGGH on QE II crossing

hMamie Walsh wedding to Paul Amiss

i219St. Phillip #1

i 201 St. Phillip, corner of America, 2nd Gebelin home built MAYBE by Toledano, Wogan and Bernard

i first Gebelin home

i Gebelin home after 1911, corner of St. Phillip and America

i interior gold room in Gebelin home,201 St. Phillip

i MAH on horse Blondie back of 8642 Jefferson Hwy.

i smaller GEbelin home @219 St. Phillip

i St. Joseph Parochial

iAcademy of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau

iFirst Gebelin home.......219 St. Phillip

iJHH and Sargent Pitcher, patio 8642 Jefferson Hwy, 1966

ipossibly Jean Baptiste Gebelin home built in 1700

ired house on Broussard

iSmaller Gebelin house as it was wheh Hynese lived in it...1946-52ish

iSt.Joseph ChurchCathedral

iXmas of 81 on Delta queen,EGGH,Ju , Elaine with T'joe on lap, Joe Hynes

j labeled elsewhere, Summer 81

j MAH presenting flowers to Kennons as it appeared in Life Magazine

j Paul Bergeron in Hynes front room with articles that he made as an iron monger

j Paul Bergeron with articles he made, front room of Hynes home, Jefferson Hwy

j Tauck Tour, EGG back left with MAHF just in front

j unidentified family member, Mary Anne look alike.

j{PaulBergeron

jClaire and Eliz.at Niagra

jEGG

jEGGH and JHH with Kenny in hat, MAH in bonnet 1944

jElenor Fleming, friend of EGG and piano teacher of many BR students

JHHwBarTenders

jIreland1967EGH, MAHF,MJF,Ju,LauraEliseRukas

jJHHand MAH, Baton Rouge Assembly 1962

jJHHEGGHReneeandEarlFrenzel wedding

jJoe, EGGH, Jim Hynes

jKenny, MAHF,EGGH, Joe and fried chicken

jkennywithmom&dad

jLauraEliseRukas with brotherGeneCallihan

jLauraEliseRukas,EGGH,Kenny,MAHF BlueRoom Roosevel, NO

jMAH on Blondie in back of 8642 Jefferson Hwy

jMAH on lap of EGGH, Kenny seated, Gebelin home

jMAH on lap, Kenny seated next to EGGH at Gebelin home......stable in back

jMAH presenting flowers to Kennons at Inaguration Ball.

jMAHF on Blondie,back of 8642 Jeff.Hwy

jMAHF,Kenny, EGGH in Maine

joldhickory 001

jOldHickory,JHHat piano

jOldHickoryHossmers, Petrie's and MAHF

joldhickorytext

jSevenFalls Gebelins and Staffords

jSueJones LillibetColeman, Kenny and MAHF Hynes, Mac Caplinger at Old Hickory

jSummer 1981,Elaine in chair,Joe behind,MAHF Jim, Wilma, Kenny, Ju, EGGH and Frenzel children

jWinnie Thomas Smith, Dad football coach at BRHS and she married Smith, son of Pres of LSU

Kenny and EGG in Venice, 1961

Kenny, MAHF, Joe in arms and EGGH

Lizzie and Gertie Walsh born 1874. Lytle

MAH, EGG,JHH before wedding

Probably John D. Rape, Repp, Rupp

D: \ Hynes ++ Folder

Name

Size

Type

Hynes Family

0

File Folder

Purple&White Folder

0

File Folder

HYNES

37KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

Hynes Death Notices001

198KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

D: \ Hynes ++ Folder \ Hynes Family

Name

Size

Type

Hynes_McManus-Lic#BB3E

1,052KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

HynesFamily1

428KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

HynesFamily2

416KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

HynesFamily3

415KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

HynesFamily4

376KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

HynesFamily5

435KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

D: \ Hynes ++ Folder \ Purple&White Folder

Name

Size

Type

Purple&White001

67KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Purple&White002

299KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Purple&White003

328KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Purple&White004

325KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Purple&White005

317KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

ALL OF THE ABOVE HYNES FILES HAVE BEEN PRINTED AND FILED IN THE GENEALOGY FILE OF MARY ANNE HYNES FRENZEL.

D: \ Jaubert ++ Folder

Name

Size

Type

000988 Jaubert

28KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

Jaubert - Born in France

20KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

Jaubert Wedding Invitation

1,113KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Jaubert#1

624KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Jaubert#2

659KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Jaubert#3

523KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Jaubert#4

743KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Jaubert#5-

56KB

Adobe Acrobat Document

Lincoln Law & Loving Laure

40KB

Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document

ALL OF THE ABOVE JAUBERT FILES HAVE BEEN PRINTED AND FILED IN THE GENEALOGY FILE OF MARY ANNE HYNES FRENZEL.

D: \ Tessier ++ Folder

Name Size Type Last Modified

Ltrs From Clegg Strong 0 File Folder 2/22/2009 11:16 PM

Dow Wedding Invitation 1,113KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 10:55 PM

Tessier 27KB Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document 2/13/2009 10:49 PM

D: \ Tessier ++ Folder \ Ltrs From Clegg Strong

Name Size Type Last Modified

StrongLtr3_24_04001#821C 123KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 10:50 PM

StrongLtr3_24_04002#AF58 137KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 10:52 PM

StrongLtr3_24_04003#447B 157KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 10:53 PM

StrongLtr3_24_04004#F5D0 111KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 10:55 PM

StrongLtr10_10_07001#A174 108KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 11:06 PM

StrongLtr10_10_07002#8C30 135KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 11:07 PM

StrongLtr10_10_07003#6713 151KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 11:09 PM

StrongLtr10_10_07004#D6B8 135KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 11:10 PM

StrongLtr10_10_07005#3D9B 128KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 11:12 PM

StrongLtr10_10_07006#10DF 107KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 11:13 PM

StrongLtr10_10_07007#FBFC 46KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/10/2009 11:15 PM

ALL OF THE ABOVE TESSIER FILES HAVE BEEN PRINTED AND FILED IN THE GENEALOGY FILE OF MARY ANNE HYNES FRENZEL.

D: \ Walsh ++ Folder

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TheWalshFamilyMembers 0 File Folder 2/22/2009 10:19 PM

Walsh Family Photo 0 File Folder 2/22/2009 10:19 PM

1860Census 550KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:15 PM

1870Census 320KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:17 PM

1880Census 272KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:21 PM

Annie Walsh 21KB Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document 2/23/2009 8:34 PM

Annie Walsh 31KB JPEG Image 2/11/2009 9:29 PM

Caplinger,Walsh,etc 87KB JPEG Image 2/11/2009 9:25 PM

CatholicWomansClub1 228KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:29 PM

CatholicWomansClub2 550KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:30 PM

Katie Walsh....Lytle 1884 27KB JPEG Image 2/16/2009 11:21 PM

MulvihillDeathNotice 1,016KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:05 PM

O'Callghan_Mulvihill#7F5F 685KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:10 PM

Thomas William Walsh 26KB JPEG Image 2/11/2009 9:32 PM

Thomas William Walsh+ 74KB JPEG Image 2/11/2009 9:29 PM

walsh003 145KB JPEG Image 2/11/2009 9:31 PM

Walsh Family+ 35KB Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document 2/23/2009 8:32 PM

Walsh_Mulvihill#D9FD 695KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 9:13 PM

Ya-Ya(L), JackPersac, Do-Do(R) 591KB JPEG Image 2/17/2009 9:01 PM

D: \ Walsh ++ Folder \ TheWalshFamilyMembers

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TheWashFamilyMembers001 12KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:03 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers002 375KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:05 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers003 357KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:06 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers004 333KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:07 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers005 339KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:08 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers006 241KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:09 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers007 269KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:10 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers008 395KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:11 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers009 423KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:12 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers010 370KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:13 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers011 346KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:13 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers012 360KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:14 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers013 284KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:15 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers014 316KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:16 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers015 335KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:18 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers016 282KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:19 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers017 264KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:20 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers018 288KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:21 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers019 251KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:22 PM

TheWashFamilyMembers020 201KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2/17/2009 11:23 PM

D: \ Walsh ++ Folder \ Walsh Family Photo

Name Size Type Last Modified

Walsh Family Photo 19KB Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document 2/16/2009 11:15 PM

Walsh Family Photo 193KB JPEG Image 2/16/2009 11:02 PM

SEE MARY ANNE FRENZEL GENEALOGY FILE FOR PRINTOUTS OF SELECTED FILES FROM ABOVE