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HOLDING: Immaculate Conception Ctr Libr, Queens, NY

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Available as: Original

Dates:

  • <2000:4:13-

Last updated: 08/2003




HOLDING: Louisiana Dept of State, Arch & Records, Baton Rouge, LA

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Available as: Original

Dates:

  • <1977:6:2,5>

Last updated: 12/1998




HOLDING: Louisiana State Mus Hist Soc, New Orleans, LA

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Dates:

  • <1966:9:22-29>

Last updated: 09/1989




HOLDING: Loyola Univ, New Orleans, LA

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Available as: Unspecified

Current issues are shelved with newspapers and retained for six months.

Last updated: 08/2007




HOLDING: New Orleans Pub Libr, New Orleans, LA

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Available as: Microfilm Service Copy

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Dates:

  • s=<1963:2:28-

Last updated: 03/1989




HOLDING: Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA

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Dates:

  • <1963:2:28-1965:12:30>

Last updated: 07/1989




HOLDING: Univ of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

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Dates:

  • <1963:2:28-1973:2:15>

Last updated: 07/1989

Available as: Original

Scattered issues wanting

Dates:

  • <1973:1:4-1977:2:3>
  • <1978:12:7-1987:6:25>

Last updated: 07/1989




HOLDING: Univ of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

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Retained in hardcopy until microfilm received. For microfilm see #07766188.

Last updated: 03/1998


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