Index to the Roosevelt Review
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Subject Title Author Volume Number Page Date
O'Boyle, Tommy Tommy O'Boyle is Tulane University football coach
25 10 27 1962/9
O'Reilly, Henry Electric telegraph establishment in Louisiana and Mississippi Carleton, Eleanor Beatrice 13 4 20 1950/3
O'Reilly, Henry Electric telegraph establishment in Louisiana and Mississippi Carleton, Eleanor Beatrice 13 3 21 1950/2
O'Reilly, Henry Electric telegraph establishment in Louisiana and Mississippi Carleton, Eleanor Beatrice 13 2 8 1950/1
Oak Louisiana's oak trees
23 6 25 1960/5
Obelisks Obelisk is in the Cathedral Square, a result of the yellow fever epidemic in New Orleans
8 6 8 1945/5
Oil Well Drilling, Submarine Offshore drilling, where oil and water mix
24 6 30 1961/5
Old Absinthe House Absinthe, the forbidden drink
7 6 23 1944/5
Old Absinthe House Absinthe, the forbidden drink
23 3 25 1960/2
Old Absinthe House Old Absinthe House has had colorful history since its beginning in 1806
1 11 22 1938/10
Old French Opera House Music history of New Orleans is traced
9 2 1 1946/1
Old French Opera House New Orleans, culture center of the past
11 9 31 1948/8
Opera Opera in New Orleans, past and present
23 3 17 1960/2
Opera Adelina Patti, immortal New Orleans opera singer
7 11 14 1944/10
Opera French Opera House; photo taken after fire included
6 7 19 1943/6
Opera French Opera House; photo taken after fire included
14 3 22 1951/2
Opera French Opera House; photo taken after fire included
15 1 25 1951/12
Opera New Orleans, culture center of the past
11 9 31 1948/8
Opera Opera in New Orleans, past and present
2 11 23 1939/10
Opera Opera in New Orleans, past and present
3 4 9 1940/3
Opera Opera in New Orleans, past and present
10 12 2 1947/11
Opera Metropolitan Opera in New Orleans
2 6 17 1939/5
Opera Metropolitan Opera in New Orleans
3 7 14 1940/6
Opera Opera in New Orleans, past and present
8 1 31 1944/12
Organ grinders Organ grinders are almost obsolete in New Orleans
7 12 1 1944/11
Orleans Club Orleans Club is cited in article on St. Charles Ave.
9 9 26 1946/8
Orthodox Eastern Church Greek Orthodox Church in New Orleans celebrates 100th anniversary
28 12 25 1965/11
Oysters Oyster men Gormin, Ken 2 12 16 1939/11
Packenham, General Edward Michael Battle of New Orleans Dixon, Richard R. 22 9 9 1959/8
Packenham, General Edward Michael Battle of New Orleans Dixon, Richard R. 22 10 15 1959/9
Packenham, Sir Edward Chalmette Battlefield
9 10 26 1946/9
Packets S.S. Corona
16 1 8 1952/12
Packets Packet boats
7 6 8 1944/5
Packets S.S. Corona
10 2 8 1947/1
Parishes Louisiana: the state without a country
13 10 18 1950/9
Parks Louisiana's state parks
5 1 14 1941/12
Parks Parks in New Orleans
5 6 16 1942/5
Parks Louisiana's state parks
9 9 13 1946/8
Parks City Park Liuzza, Ted R. 15 8 26 1952/7
Parks City Park Dixon, Richard R. 26 9 9 1963/8
Parks Audubon Park honors famous artist Dixon, Richard R. 26 8 9 1963/7
Parks Audubon Park Aquarium contains a great variety of fish and turtles
4 3 46 1941/2
Parks Louisiana's state parks
26 1 29 1962/12
Patios Backyards of New Orleans
5 10 33 1942/9
Patios Backyards of New Orleans
7 7 12 1944/6
Patios Courtyards and general architecture of the Vieux Carre, illustrated
1 9 27 1938/8
Patios Patios in New Orleans Holland, Irma 14 8 20 1951/7
Patti, Adelina Adelina Patti is immortal New Orleans opera singer
7 11 14 1944/10
Pecans Pecan day is celebrated in Louisiana
13 10 1 1950/9
Pelicans Webbed feet of pelicans was subject of controversy
4 7 27 1941/6
Pelicans State bird
25 10 33 1962/9
Perfumes Perfume manufacturers have businesses in the French Quarter
2 5 19 1939/4
Perfumes New Orleans' perfumes
24 8 24 1961/7
Perique tobacco Perique tobacco
15 4 17 1952/3
Perique tobacco Perique tobacco
24 5 29 1961/4
Perique tobacco Perique tobacco
26 12 18 1963/11
Peters, Samuel Jarvis Samuel Jarvis Peters
11 11 8 1948/10
Petit Theatre du View Carre Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre
17 12 29 1954/11
Petroleum industry and trade Petroleum production in Louisiana
2 7 27 1939/6
Peychaud, Antoine Amedee Cocktails originated in New Orleans in the 1790s
1 2 19 1938/1
Peychaud, Antoine Amedee Cocktails originated in New Orleans in the 1790s
6 5 30 1943/4
Pharmacie Francaise La Pharmacie Francaise
14 2 26 1951/1
Philanthropists Life and legacy of John McDonogh, philanthropist
25 7 29 1962/6
Philanthropists Margaret Haughery, New Orleans philanthropist; monument is first statue to be erected to a woman in the United States
15 10 34 1952/9
Philanthropists Margaret Haughery, New Orleans philanthropist; monument is first statue to be erected to a woman in the United States
25 12 21 1962/11
Philanthropists Margaret Haughery, New Orleans philanthropist; monument is first statue to be erected to a woman in the United States
4 7 30 1941/6
Philanthropists Margaret Haughery, New Orleans philanthropist; monument is first statue to be erected to a woman in the United States
3 9 32 1940/8
Philanthropists Life and legacy of John McDonogh, philanthropist
20 6 8 1957/5
Philanthropists Life and legacy of John McDonogh, philanthropist
17 2 8 1954/1
Philanthropists Life and legacy of John McDonogh, philanthropist
6 9 8 1943/8
Philanthropists Life and legacy of John McDonogh, philanthropist
6 8 8 1943/7
Philanthropists John McDonogh, bon vivant benefactor Dixon, Richard R. 23 11 9 1960/10
Philanthropists Judah Touro: New Orleans benefactor and philanthropist
15 10 17 1952/9
Philanthropists Life and legacy of John McDonogh, philanthropist
5 2 32 1942/1
Philanthropists McDonogh, many men in one Nuhrah, Arthur G. 19 6 9 1956/5
Philanthropists Judah Touro: New Orleans benefactor and philanthropist
28 9 21 1965/8
Philanthropists Judah Touro: New Orleans benefactor and philanthropist
8 1 25 1944/12
Picayune New Orleans newspaper Kendall, John Smith 20 12 8 1957/11
Pickwick Club Social clubs of New Orleans
3 9 11 1940/8
Pine Southern Pine Berckes, H.C. 15 5 12 1952/4
Pine Alley Wedding of the two daughters of Charles Durande was one of Louisiana's most elaborate weddings
3 8 28 1940/7
Pine Alley Wedding of the two daughters of Charles Durande was one of Louisiana's most elaborate weddings
17 4 31 1954/3
Pine Alley Wedding of the two daughters of Charles Durande was one of Louisiana's most elaborate weddings
18 8 35 1955/7
Pirates Jean and Pierre Lafitte, privateer brothers
4 5 38 1941/4
Pirates Jefferson Parish was once a pirate stronghold
4 10 16 1941/9
Pirates Jean and Pierre Lafitte, privateer brothers
17 3 9 1954/2
Pirates Jean and Pierre Lafitte, privateer brothers
16 3 32 1953/2
Pirates Jean and Pierre Lafitte, privateer brothers
13 6 25 1950/5
Pirates Jean and Pierre Lafitte, privateer brothers
12 5 13 1949/4
Pirates Jean and Pierre Lafitte, privateer brothers
6 6 26 1943/5
Pirates Beau Brummel pirate
14 3 8 1951/2
Pirates Jean and Pierre Lafitte, privateer brothers
7 6 3 1944/4
Pirogue racing Pirogue derbies
2 6 38 1939/5
Pirogue racing Pirogue derbies
2 7 32 1937/6
Pirogue racing Pirogue derbies
12 7 26 1949/6
Pirogues Form of Louisiana transportation
15 3 31 1952/2
Pistols--collectors and collecting Cabildo has large collection of antique pistols, antique cameras and odd projectors
4 6 42 1941/5
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 6 4 25 1943/3
Plantations The Shadows, New Iberia mansion was Union headquarters during the Civil War
4 2 13 1941/1
Plantations Plantations on the river road
26 6 9 1963/5
Plantations Plantations on the river road
4 11 18 1941/10
Plantations Plantation homes of Louisiana
13 10 8 1950/9
Plantations Plantation homes of Louisiana
26 4 23 1963/3
Plantations Plantation homes of Louisiana
23 4 11 1960/3
Plantations Plantation homes of Louisiana
5 7 20 1941/6
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 6 9 29 1943/8
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 6 8 29 1943/7
Plantations Afton Villa
9 9 9 1946/8
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 6 5 27 1943/4
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 6 2 21 1943/1
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 6 1 34 1942/12
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 5 12 11 1942/11
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 5 11 21 1942/10
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 5 10 28 1942/9
Plantations Home of Jean Noel Destrehan, noted Creole, is reminiscent of South's agricultural "Golden Age"
3 12 12 1940/11
Plantations Elmwood Plantation is restored, lives on since 1762
4 4 3 1941/3
Plantations Aurora Plantation
28 4 23 1965/3
Plantations Belle Grove, elegant plantation house is crumbling in ruin
4 5 36 1941/4
Plantations Plantation days' stories Aron, Lucy 6 7 21 1943/6
Plantations Elmwood Plantation is restored, lives on since 1762
4 6 24 1941/5
Plaquemines Parish Plaquemines Parish is historical mecca Dixon, Richard R. 28 8 23 1965/7
Plauche, Jean Baptiste Jean Baptiste Plauche, aide to General Jackson has military camp in Harahan, Louisiana, named after him
7 12 3 1944/11
Poets, women Georgia Mitchell, poetess
8 3 1 1945/2
Police Organization and activities of the New Orleans Police Department; Joseph I. Giarrusso is Superintendent
29 5 9 1966/4
Politics and War Judah Philip Benjamin
9 11 25 1946/10
Polk, Leonidas Louisiana's Bishop planter
22 12 9 1959/11
Pontalba Buildings Pontalba Buildings
4 8 43 1941/7
Pontalba Buildings Pontalba Buildings
4 9 11 1941/8
Pontalba Buildings Pontalba Buildings
12 2 32 1949/1
Pontalba Buildings Pontalba Buildings
13 5 27 1950/4
Pontalba Buildings Pontalba Buildings
17 8 8 1954/7
Pontalba Buildings Pontalba Buildings
22 5 16 1959/4
Pontalba, Micaela Almonester Biographical sketch
6 6 8 1943/5
Pontchartrain Railroad Beginning of the railroads in New Orleans
10 7 8 1947/6
Pontchartrain, Lake New Orleans lakefront
26 11 9 1963/10
Pontchartrain, Lake Lakefront
26 11 9 1963/10
Ports of Entry Bananas--one of New Orleans' chief imports
6 2 24 1943/1
Ports of Entry Bananas--one of New Orleans' chief imports
14 11 22 1951/10
Ports of Entry New Orleans port has colorful history Dixon, Richard R. 26 2 9 1963/1
Ports of Entry Boys who push the port Kimbrough, Ed 22 9 20 1959/8
Ports of Entry Port of New Orleans
11 2 26 1948/1
Ports of Entry Port of New Orleans
12 1 8 1948/12
Ports of Entry Port of New Orleans
22 5 22 1959/4
Ports of Entry Port of New Orleans
27 12 9 1964/11
Ports of Entry Port of New Orleans
29 3 26 1966/2
Pottery--Collectors and Collecting Cabildo has rare pottery and chinaware
4 3 43 1941/2
Poydras, Julian Philanthropist is discussed
3 8 40 1940/7
Poydras, Julian Philanthropist is discussed
26 2 32 1963/1
Poydras, Julian Philanthropist is discussed
16 9 27 1953/8
Pralines Legend surrounds the origin and evolution of the praline
1 11 42 1938/10
Pralines Pralines are discussed
23 11 22 1960/10
Pralines Pralines are discussed
17 2 28 1954/1
Presbytere House of a priest
14 5 8 1951/4
Prisons Cabildo displays drawing of old French colonial prison in New Orleans
12 10 20 1949/9
Protestant Episcopal Church Christ Church Cathedral Boudreau, Amy 24 7 33 1961/6
Quadroon Ballroom Quadroon Ballroom is now Convent of the Sisters of the Holy Family
1 10 26 1938/9
Radio Stations WWL, New Orleans radio station is discussed
3 8 14 1940/7
Radio Stations WWL, New Orleans radio station is discussed
2 1 17 1938/12
Railroads--History "Whistles West" or how the railroads came and grew in New Orleans and Jefferson Parish Thompson, Ray M. 16 10 8 1953/9
Railroads--History Beginning of the railroads in New Orleans
10 7 8 1947/6
Railroads--Stations Union Passenger Terminal: $31,000,000 train station
9 9 29 1946/8
Railroads--Stations Union Passenger Terminal: $31,000,000 train station
17 7 8 1954/6
Reconstruction--Louisiana Carpetbagger rule ended 75 years ago
13 1 31 1949/12
Red Bones Red Bones is "lost tribe" whose members live around Natchitoches, Louisiana
3 7 38 1940/6
Reporters and Reporting Police reporters and reporting in old New Orleans
11 8 8 1948/7
Restaurants, Lunch Rooms, etc. Lafcadio Hearne has 5 cent restaurant at 160 Dryades
5 9 20 1942/8
Revolutionists--Venezuelan Altamira Case
9 4 8 1946/3
Rice Rice festival in Crowley, Louisiana
11 1 28 1947/12
River life Atchafalaya River
5 2 35 1942/1
Roosevelt Hotel Roosevelt Hotel is purchased by Benjamin H. and Richard L. Swig, San Francisco hotel owners
29 1 9 1965/12
Roosevelt Hotel Roosevelt Hotel remodeling project is underway
29 4 25 1966/3
Roosevelt, Nicholas J. Nicholas J. Roosevelt was the first man to use steamboats on the Mississippi River commercially
3 9 32 1940/8
Roosevelt, Nicholas J. Nicholas J. Roosevelt was the first man to use steamboats on the Mississippi River commercially
15 5 31 1952/4
Rousseau, Captain Lawrence Louisiana officer of the Confederate Navy
7 10 8 1944/9
Royal Street Royal Street is described in article
14 5 26 1951/4
Royal Street Antique center since early days
4 5 33 1941/4
Royal Street Antique center since early days
8 6 21 1945/5
Royal Street Antique shops
13 10 30 1950/9
Royal Street, 919 Courthouse at 919 Rue Royal was center of law and equity for more than twenty years
15 3 32 1952/2
Royal Street, 919 Courthouse at 919 Rue Royal was the center of law and equity for more than twenty years
2 4 36 1939/3
Rummel, Joseph Francis Archdiocese of New Orleans celebrates 150th anniversary on April 16, 1943
6 7 14 1943/6
Rummel, Joseph Francis Eucharistic Congress was held in New Orleans from October 17-20, 1938
1 11 45 1938/10
Rummel, Joseph Francis Eucharistic Congress was held in New Orleans from October 17-20, 1938
1 12 20 1938/11

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