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Armand Soubie papers, 1809-1862.

Author: Armand SoubieCharles G ParkerA C ParkerLewis ParkerJ C LabarteAll authors
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : French
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Correspondence and journal of Armand Soubie pertain to family matters and Soubie's work as a gun trader and gunsmith. Personal correspondence consists of letters from Soubie's cousins Charles G., A.C., and Lewis Parker of England concerning school affairs and the activities and health of family members; a letter from J.C. Labarte, writing from France, reporting on the school progress of Soubie's son, who was
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Bills of lading
Invoices
Receipts (financial records)
Journals (accounts)
Named Person: Armand Soubie; Charles G Parker; A C Parker; Lewis Parker; J C Labarte; Medelice Thomas; P E Soubie; Soubie family.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Armand Soubie; Charles G Parker; A C Parker; Lewis Parker; J C Labarte; Medelice Thomas; P E Soubie
OCLC Number: 297548525
Language Note: Predominantly in French, with some items in English.
Notes: This manuscript group includes materials accessioned as Mss. 400, 1211, 1707, 3877.
Description: 155 items. 2 volumes

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Correspondence and journal of Armand Soubie pertain to family matters and Soubie's work as a gun trader and gunsmith. Personal correspondence consists of letters from Soubie's cousins Charles G., A.C., and Lewis Parker of England concerning school affairs and the activities and health of family members; a letter from J.C. Labarte, writing from France, reporting on the school progress of Soubie's son, who was evidently being educated there; a lengthy letter, dated 1831, from Medelice Thomas describing a stormy sea journey to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and the extensive damage and loss of life caused by a hurricane; and a letter from P.E. Soubie, Armand Soubie's brother, that provides an account of a cholera outbreak in Terre aux Boeufs in St. Bernard Parish, La. Numerous business letters in both French and English from shipping firms concern shipments of gun merchandise. Also included with the correspondence are 43 maritime bills of lading for guns and gun equipment shipped from English and French ports. The accompanying journal contains entries from 1846-1849 for gun merchandise delivered by ships from Europe and accounts of sales.

A correspondence file of approximately 65 items between 1832 and 1859 contains business letters, invoices, and receipts, including an 1854 letter from Armand Soubie's godson, Joseph Soubie, writing from St. Vincent's College in Cape Girardeau, Mo. A ledger book records shipments of merchandise to clients in Europe and the United States between 1859 and 1860.

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