Please remember LaRC in your end-of-year giving. When the Louisiana Research Collection agrees to preserve something, we make a commitment to preserve it permanently. "Permanently" means "forever," and "forever" is expensive. We therefore depend on private gifts to support many of our special projects.


Because they provide reliable ongoing support, our greatest need is for endowed funds and positions. Named funds offer a tremendous opportunity to honor someone in a permanent and prestigious manner. For more information, please contact Leon Miller, head, Louisiana Research Collection, lmiller@tulane.edu, 504-314-7833.



You can also give to the Louisiana Research Collection easily and conveniently by credit card at larc.tulane.edu/giving. To learn more about LaRC and how you can help, visit our website or view our new online brochure. Many thanks. 



Image: Canal Street after the snow storm of 1895

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