10th Anniversary

During the month of August 2015 visitors to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art were invited to share their memories of Hurricane Katrina, which came ashore 10 years earlier. Museum visitors wrote their memories on cards, which are…

The Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage at The University of Southern Mississippi

Collection of oral history interviews and transcripts from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Po-Boy Preservation Festival

Sub-collection of Po-Boy Memories; this collection archives objects specifically related to the Po-Boy Preservation Festival held annual on Oak Street in Carrollton.

Philip Melancon

An overview of the life and career of pianist, song writer, and entertainer Philip Melancon.

Circle Inc

Circle, Inc. was founded by Mr. Monroe J. Wolfe, Sr. in 1960.

In the early years, Circle, Inc. was primarily devoted to dredging and heavy construction related to marine work. Such work continues.

Circle, Inc. handles many…

St. Bernard Parish

Pictures of how residents of St. Bernard parish were affected after Katrina, and how they lived before the devastating flood.

Presbyterian Recovery Efforts

A collection of the response to Hurricane Katrina by those in Presbyterian Church.

New Orleans Community Bike Project

New Orleans Community Bike Project or Plan B is a community-run bike project that functions as an open workspace for bicycle repair. The workspace makes an array of professional bike tools available for use to the public for free…


A record of the impact of Hurricane Katrina upon one of the largest St. Tammany Parish communities in the New Orleans metropolitan area. This collection conveys not merely the devastation, but elements of the community before the…

AD: New Orleans After the Deluge

When the levees broke, nothing was the same for New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge is about escaping and surviving Hurricane Katrina and what happens next in the lives of a cross-section of Crescent…