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Joseph Girod papers, 1816-1899 (bulk 1830-1880).

Author: Joseph Girod; Just Touatre; Emile Sanjon
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : French
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Early papers include letters from Francis Girod, leases and deeds of property, and the will of Jacques-Antoine Girod. One letter from Francis announces that 3 German immigrant laborers will be arriving to work for Joseph (1832). Correspondence (1840s-1850s) is chiefly from Francis and is related to the estate of Nicolas Girod, who left $100,000 for the purpose of aiding New Orleans orphans of French parentage.
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Genre/Form: Notebooks
Journals (accounts)
Sketches
Genealogies
Deeds
Named Person: Joseph Girod; Nicolas Girod; Francis Girod; Girod family.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Girod; Just Touatre; Emile Sanjon
OCLC Number: 122505531
Language Note: In French.
Description: 588 items. 6 ms. v. 2 microfilm reels.
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Early papers include letters from Francis Girod, leases and deeds of property, and the will of Jacques-Antoine Girod. One letter from Francis announces that 3 German immigrant laborers will be arriving to work for Joseph (1832). Correspondence (1840s-1850s) is chiefly from Francis and is related to the estate of Nicolas Girod, who left $100,000 for the purpose of aiding New Orleans orphans of French parentage. Correspondence mentions litigation, which diminished the estate, and Girod properties in New Orleans. Included are letters from Constance Girod, Joseph's daughter.

Legal documents of the 1860s include items related to a lawsuit between the Board of Harbormasters of New Orleans and the Southern Steamship Company; articles of agreement pertaining to the estate of Nicolas Girod; and letters addressed to the president of the French Society of New Orleans. Business papers include bills, receipts, insurance policies, utilities statements, and tax receipts. Certificates of Redemption of forfeited lands (1866) record properties belonging to Joseph and Francis Girod.

Plantation journals kept by Joseph Girod (1838-1877) list expenses, accounts, and names and ages of slaves. A notebook contains sketches of properties bought and inherited by Girod family members. Manuscript volumes include a letter book (1825-1832). Genealogical notes on the Girod family are included.

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