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The Center for Louisiana Studies of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette invites nominations for recipient of the James William Rivers Prize in Louisiana Studies. Nominations should be made by March 29, 2015.
I was hoping to gain any information on hotels in Louisiana during the Twentieth Century. I am a researcher who is researching the Gordon Hotel in Lafayette, LA. If you believe you have any information on this topic, please do not hesitate to reply.
I am researching the 1905 yellow fever epidemic and its effects on the city of Lafayette, LA. This research is for a Public History course with the Universiy of Louisiana at Lafayette focusing on local history in downtown Lafayette. I currently have newspaper articles from the Lafayette Advertiser and a few books on the New Orleans 1905 epidemic but most of the published sources focus on New Orleans.