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Name Dogwood Festival
Number of Archive records 163
Number of Library records 5
Number of Object records 5
Number of Photo records 166

Associated Records

1997.003 - 1997.003.005

Newspaper article. "Strayhans Visit Local Dogwood Area Sunday" (April 6, 1950) May be from the Bossier Banner.

1997.003 - 1997.003.006

Newspaper article. "The Dogwood" by W. P. Allen. The Bossier Banner- Progess. (n.d)

1997.006 - 1997.006.072

2 page typed history of Bossier parish. Includes information on Pierre Bossier, Topography, early settlers, Plain Dealing, Dogwood Trail, Brownlee, etc.

1999.020 - 1999.020.002

Original tape. Oral History Interview with Marilyn Barnett Light conducted by Nita Cole. Marilyn Barnett Light was the first Dogwood Queen in 1952. Interview discusses Dogwood Festival held in Plain Dealing, Louisiana and when she was growing up in Plain Dealing. Interview with Marilyn Barnett Light February 7, 2001 Marilyn Barnett Light was the first Queen of Dogwood in 1952. In this interview she discusses growing up in Plain Dealing and the Dogwood Festival. She has brought in some photos and a framed collection of Dogwood memorabilia. She will loan them for the exhibit honoring the 50th anniversary of the Dogwood Festival. Tape 1, Side A [1-1614] [Mrs. Cole]:Let's st

1999.020 - 1999.020.002A

Oral history interview transcription with Marilyn Barnett Light.

1999.020 - 1999.020.003

News clips on Marilyn Barnett and biographical information from LSU Libraries Special Collections website on a poem written in 1953 for the 1st Dogwood Drive Brochure featuring Marilyn Barnett.

2000.034 - 2000.034.008

Printed Brochure for 1976 Dogwood Drive, Plain Dealing, Louisiana.

2001.026 - 2001.026.001

Video of the 1977 Easter Weekend Dogwood Parade and the 1978 Dogwood Parade

2001.021 - 2001.021.012

Plain Dealing Dogwood Drive maps, 1959

2001.021 - 2001.021.001

A scrapbook containing newspaper articles from Plain Dealing Progress newspaper and Bossier Banner newspaper on Dogwood Drive Festival. Scrapbook honors Dogwood Queens and the 50th Anniversary of Dogwood Drive.

2001.021 - 2001.021.002

Dogwood Festival 50th Anniversary Programs, Dogwood Festival 50th Anniversary Souvenir Napkins.

2001.015 - 2001.015.001

Original tape. Interview with Marcie Ford Nelson February 16, 2001 Mrs. Nelson was Queen of the Dogwood Festival in 1958. This interview will supplement an exhibit at the Plain Dealing Library planned for the 50th anniversary of the Dogwood Festival on April 7th 2001. Mrs. Nelson talks about her experiences growing up in Bossier City and attending high school in Plain Dealing. Tape 1, Side A [1-465] [Mrs. Cole]:Why don't you start with when and where were you born? [Mrs. Nelson]:I was actually born in Plain Dealing on a little farm. It was east of Plain Dealing. [Mrs. Cole]:Who were your parents? [Mrs. Nelson]:Georgia Lou and Wayne Ford. [Mrs. Cole]:Were they orig

2001.015 - 2001.015.002

Plain Dealing Dogwood Drive Brochures for 1958. Features Queen for the year, Marcie Ford.

2001.015 - 2001.015.004

newspaper articles featuring Marcie Ford when she was Dogwood Queen in 1958 in Plain Dealing, Louisiana.

2001.016 - 2001.016.001

Original tape. Interview with Donna Rodgers Oliver Friday, February 9, 2001 Donna was the last of the Dogwood Queens before the venue was changed to a preliminary contest for Miss Louisiana. She reigned in 1964. Her sister, Melba, preceded her as Queen in 1960. Donna brought a photo album with pictures of both sisters. This interview is in preparation for the exhibit honoring the 50th anniversary of the Dogwood Festival. Mrs. Oliver recently retired as librarian of the Waller Elementary School in Bossier City. Tape 1, Side A [1-359] [Mrs. Cole]:Why don't you tell me when and where you were born? [Mrs. Oliver]: I was born in Plain Dealing in a house on June 3, 1943

2001.016 - 2001.016.001A

Oral History Interview of Donna Rodgers Oliver with Nita Cole. Donna was the last of the Dogwood Queens before the venue was changed to a preliminary contest for Miss Louisiana. She reigned in 1964. Her sister, Melba, preceded her as Queen in 1960.

2001.016 - 2001.016.002

Photocopies of newspaper articles on Donna Rodgers Oliver and her sister Melba Rodgers Williamson when they were Dogwood Queens in 1964 & 1960 in Plain Dealing Louisiana.

2001.016 - 2001.016.005

Photocopy of newsclip "Plain Dealing Dogwood Drive to Open Saturday".

2001.021 - 2001.021.016

Dogwood Drive Poems by various authors to celebrate Dogwood Drive in Plain Dealing, Louisiana.

2001.021 - 2001.021.017

Newspaper article "Chasm, 40 Feet Deep Found at Dogwood Trail", Shreveport Times.