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Since I have to go there this weekend for a wedding, may as well discuss the area and it's significance.

http://www.chamberlain-hunt.com/

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAmoses.htm

(1) Robert Moses, Liberation Magazine (January, 1970)

I first came South July, 1960, on a field trip for SNCC, went through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana gathering people to go to the October conference. That was the first time that I met Amzie Moore. At that time we sat down and planned the voter registration drive for Mississippi. I returned in the summer of 1961 to start that drive. We were to start in Cleveland, Mississippi in the delta. However, we couldn't; we didn't have any equipment; we didn't even have a place at that time to meet. So we went down to McComb at the invitation of C. C. Bryant, who was the local head of the NAACP. And we began setting up a voter registration drive in McComb, Mississippi

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http://www.mccomblegacies.org/

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/ci407ss/mccomb.html

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For three years the movement remained stagnant in McComb while the white Citizens Council and the Ku Klux Klan gained power and dominance. In the summer of 1964, a presidential election year, SNCC decided to return to McComb and focus on the voter registration drive with greater strength and establish freedom schools to teach reading and math to black children. The summer of 1964 became known as Freedom Summer . The white community in McComb welcomed the Freedom Summer with fear and panic.The sale of small arms, ammunition, dynamite, and Ku Klux Klan membership increased tremendously.

The violence that escalated during the Freedom Summer of 1964 gained McComb the reputation as the bombing capital of the world.

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Since I have to go there this weekend for a wedding, may as well discuss the area and it's significance.

http://www.chamberlain-hunt.com/

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAmoses.htm

(1) Robert Moses, Liberation Magazine (January, 1970)

I first came South July, 1960, on a field trip for SNCC, went through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana gathering people to go to the October conference. That was the first time that I met Amzie Moore. At that time we sat down and planned the voter registration drive for Mississippi. I returned in the summer of 1961 to start that drive. We were to start in Cleveland, Mississippi in the delta. However, we couldn't; we didn't have any equipment; we didn't even have a place at that time to meet. So we went down to McComb at the invitation of C. C. Bryant, who was the local head of the NAACP. And we began setting up a voter registration drive in McComb, Mississippi

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http://www.mccomblegacies.org/

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/ci407ss/mccomb.html

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For three years the movement remained stagnant in McComb while the white Citizens Council and the Ku Klux Klan gained power and dominance. In the summer of 1964, a presidential election year, SNCC decided to return to McComb and focus on the voter registration drive with greater strength and establish freedom schools to teach reading and math to black children. The summer of 1964 became known as Freedom Summer . The white community in McComb welcomed the Freedom Summer with fear and panic.The sale of small arms, ammunition, dynamite, and Ku Klux Klan membership increased tremendously.

The violence that escalated during the Freedom Summer of 1964 gained McComb the reputation as the bombing capital of the world.

For those who may have forgotten! (or never knew)

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Since I have to go there this weekend for a wedding, may as well discuss the area and it's significance.

http://www.chamberlain-hunt.com/

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAmoses.htm

(1) Robert Moses, Liberation Magazine (January, 1970)

I first came South July, 1960, on a field trip for SNCC, went through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana gathering people to go to the October conference. That was the first time that I met Amzie Moore. At that time we sat down and planned the voter registration drive for Mississippi. I returned in the summer of 1961 to start that drive. We were to start in Cleveland, Mississippi in the delta. However, we couldn't; we didn't have any equipment; we didn't even have a place at that time to meet. So we went down to McComb at the invitation of C. C. Bryant, who was the local head of the NAACP. And we began setting up a voter registration drive in McComb, Mississippi

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http://www.mccomblegacies.org/

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/ci407ss/mccomb.html

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For three years the movement remained stagnant in McComb while the white Citizens Council and the Ku Klux Klan gained power and dominance. In the summer of 1964, a presidential election year, SNCC decided to return to McComb and focus on the voter registration drive with greater strength and establish freedom schools to teach reading and math to black children. The summer of 1964 became known as Freedom Summer . The white community in McComb welcomed the Freedom Summer with fear and panic.The sale of small arms, ammunition, dynamite, and Ku Klux Klan membership increased tremendously.

The violence that escalated during the Freedom Summer of 1964 gained McComb the reputation as the bombing capital of the world.

For those who may have forgotten! (or never knew)

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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Name: Charles E. Dunbar

Sex: M

Birth: OCT 1859 in Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Death: AFT. 1900

Census: 25 JUL 1860 Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Census: 1870 Copiah Co., Mississippi, P.O. Linden, page 103, 748/735

Census: 1900 Madison Co., Mississippi, Canton, Academy Street

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The following is a letter written by C.E. Dunbar in February 1889, from McComb City, MS to his Uncle Gip & cousin Jeff in Arkansas. The original letter is in the possession of Patricia Dailey, a Dunbar descendant, however, the envelope is missing. Uncle Gip is Gipson C. Dunbar. Cousin is Jefferson Davis Dunbar.

(emphasis added)

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Since I have to go there this weekend for a wedding, may as well discuss the area and it's significance.

http://www.chamberlain-hunt.com/

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAmoses.htm

(1) Robert Moses, Liberation Magazine (January, 1970)

I first came South July, 1960, on a field trip for SNCC, went through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana gathering people to go to the October conference. That was the first time that I met Amzie Moore. At that time we sat down and planned the voter registration drive for Mississippi. I returned in the summer of 1961 to start that drive. We were to start in Cleveland, Mississippi in the delta. However, we couldn't; we didn't have any equipment; we didn't even have a place at that time to meet. So we went down to McComb at the invitation of C. C. Bryant, who was the local head of the NAACP. And we began setting up a voter registration drive in McComb, Mississippi

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http://www.mccomblegacies.org/

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/ci407ss/mccomb.html

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For three years the movement remained stagnant in McComb while the white Citizens Council and the Ku Klux Klan gained power and dominance. In the summer of 1964, a presidential election year, SNCC decided to return to McComb and focus on the voter registration drive with greater strength and establish freedom schools to teach reading and math to black children. The summer of 1964 became known as Freedom Summer . The white community in McComb welcomed the Freedom Summer with fear and panic.The sale of small arms, ammunition, dynamite, and Ku Klux Klan membership increased tremendously.

The violence that escalated during the Freedom Summer of 1964 gained McComb the reputation as the bombing capital of the world.

For those who may have forgotten! (or never knew)

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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Name: Charles E. Dunbar

Sex: M

Birth: OCT 1859 in Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Death: AFT. 1900

Census: 25 JUL 1860 Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Census: 1870 Copiah Co., Mississippi, P.O. Linden, page 103, 748/735

Census: 1900 Madison Co., Mississippi, Canton, Academy Street

Note:

[80780.ftw]

The following is a letter written by C.E. Dunbar in February 1889, from McComb City, MS to his Uncle Gip & cousin Jeff in Arkansas. The original letter is in the possession of Patricia Dailey, a Dunbar descendant, however, the envelope is missing. Uncle Gip is Gipson C. Dunbar. Cousin is Jefferson Davis Dunbar.

(emphasis added)

Name: Charles Edward (Charlie) Dunbar , Jr.

Sex: M

Birth: 26 DEC 1888 in McComb, Pike, Mississippi 1 2

Occupation: Attorney 2

Note: Charlie Dunbar became an associate of the law firm of Phelps Dunbar. It was founded in 1853 in New Orleans and is one of the oldest law firms in continuous practice in the South. In 1894 the firm moved to the first skyscraper in New Orleans. In 1929, Dunbar was appointed National Counselor of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. In 1931, he was elected president of the Louisiana Bar Association.

Father: Charles Edward Dunbar b: OCT 1859 in Claiborne County, Mississippi

Mother: Emma Bauer b: JUL 1862 in Mississippi

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Since I have to go there this weekend for a wedding, may as well discuss the area and it's significance.

http://www.chamberlain-hunt.com/

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAmoses.htm

(1) Robert Moses, Liberation Magazine (January, 1970)

I first came South July, 1960, on a field trip for SNCC, went through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana gathering people to go to the October conference. That was the first time that I met Amzie Moore. At that time we sat down and planned the voter registration drive for Mississippi. I returned in the summer of 1961 to start that drive. We were to start in Cleveland, Mississippi in the delta. However, we couldn't; we didn't have any equipment; we didn't even have a place at that time to meet. So we went down to McComb at the invitation of C. C. Bryant, who was the local head of the NAACP. And we began setting up a voter registration drive in McComb, Mississippi

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http://www.mccomblegacies.org/

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/ci407ss/mccomb.html

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For three years the movement remained stagnant in McComb while the white Citizens Council and the Ku Klux Klan gained power and dominance. In the summer of 1964, a presidential election year, SNCC decided to return to McComb and focus on the voter registration drive with greater strength and establish freedom schools to teach reading and math to black children. The summer of 1964 became known as Freedom Summer . The white community in McComb welcomed the Freedom Summer with fear and panic.The sale of small arms, ammunition, dynamite, and Ku Klux Klan membership increased tremendously.

The violence that escalated during the Freedom Summer of 1964 gained McComb the reputation as the bombing capital of the world.

For those who may have forgotten! (or never knew)

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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Name: Charles E. Dunbar

Sex: M

Birth: OCT 1859 in Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Death: AFT. 1900

Census: 25 JUL 1860 Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Census: 1870 Copiah Co., Mississippi, P.O. Linden, page 103, 748/735

Census: 1900 Madison Co., Mississippi, Canton, Academy Street

Note:

[80780.ftw]

The following is a letter written by C.E. Dunbar in February 1889, from McComb City, MS to his Uncle Gip & cousin Jeff in Arkansas. The original letter is in the possession of Patricia Dailey, a Dunbar descendant, however, the envelope is missing. Uncle Gip is Gipson C. Dunbar. Cousin is Jefferson Davis Dunbar.

(emphasis added)

Name: Charles Edward (Charlie) Dunbar , Jr.

Sex: M

Birth: 26 DEC 1888 in McComb, Pike, Mississippi 1 2

Occupation: Attorney 2

Note: Charlie Dunbar became an associate of the law firm of Phelps Dunbar. It was founded in 1853 in New Orleans and is one of the oldest law firms in continuous practice in the South. In 1894 the firm moved to the first skyscraper in New Orleans. In 1929, Dunbar was appointed National Counselor of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. In 1931, he was elected president of the Louisiana Bar Association.

Father: Charles Edward Dunbar b: OCT 1859 in Claiborne County, Mississippi

Mother: Emma Bauer b: JUL 1862 in Mississippi

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http://www.phelpsdunbar.com/pages/history.htm

1880

Charles Erasmus Fenner is appointed Associate Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court - later joins the firm.

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http://nutrias.org/photos/jeffd/jeffd.htm

Jefferson Davis, former president of the Confederate States of American, died on December 6, 1889 at the New Orleans home of Judge Charles E. Fenner

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Since I have to go there this weekend for a wedding, may as well discuss the area and it's significance.

http://www.chamberlain-hunt.com/

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAmoses.htm

(1) Robert Moses, Liberation Magazine (January, 1970)

I first came South July, 1960, on a field trip for SNCC, went through Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana gathering people to go to the October conference. That was the first time that I met Amzie Moore. At that time we sat down and planned the voter registration drive for Mississippi. I returned in the summer of 1961 to start that drive. We were to start in Cleveland, Mississippi in the delta. However, we couldn't; we didn't have any equipment; we didn't even have a place at that time to meet. So we went down to McComb at the invitation of C. C. Bryant, who was the local head of the NAACP. And we began setting up a voter registration drive in McComb, Mississippi

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http://www.mccomblegacies.org/

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/ci407ss/mccomb.html

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For three years the movement remained stagnant in McComb while the white Citizens Council and the Ku Klux Klan gained power and dominance. In the summer of 1964, a presidential election year, SNCC decided to return to McComb and focus on the voter registration drive with greater strength and establish freedom schools to teach reading and math to black children. The summer of 1964 became known as Freedom Summer . The white community in McComb welcomed the Freedom Summer with fear and panic.The sale of small arms, ammunition, dynamite, and Ku Klux Klan membership increased tremendously.

The violence that escalated during the Freedom Summer of 1964 gained McComb the reputation as the bombing capital of the world.

For those who may have forgotten! (or never knew)

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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Name: Charles E. Dunbar

Sex: M

Birth: OCT 1859 in Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Death: AFT. 1900

Census: 25 JUL 1860 Claiborne Co., Mississippi, Port Gibson, P.O. Gallatin, page 93, 636/639

Census: 1870 Copiah Co., Mississippi, P.O. Linden, page 103, 748/735

Census: 1900 Madison Co., Mississippi, Canton, Academy Street

Note:

[80780.ftw]

The following is a letter written by C.E. Dunbar in February 1889, from McComb City, MS to his Uncle Gip & cousin Jeff in Arkansas. The original letter is in the possession of Patricia Dailey, a Dunbar descendant, however, the envelope is missing. Uncle Gip is Gipson C. Dunbar. Cousin is Jefferson Davis Dunbar.

(emphasis added)

Chaimberlain-Hunt Academy

124 McComb Ave.

Port Gibson, MS 39150

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Chamberlain Hunt Academy fell under the direction of the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Admission to this school was, and continues to be primarily for those who are of the Presbyterian faith.

This school is not inexpensive, and under most circumstances, even those of the Presbyterian faith must be recommended by their Minister, etc; for admission.

For a "non-Presbyterian" to obtain admission to this school would requre someone of considerable influence and association with the Presbyterian Church of the South to act on their behalf.

This would be true for admission of only one child.

Admission of multiple children/siblings is extremely unusual in the history of the school.

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1959

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The "Charles E. Dunbar Jr. Fund" of New Orleans, LA, is established at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, the governing body for Chamberlain Hunt Academy.

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James Seale:----------------------------------------------------Meadville, MS ( small community 28 miles from McComb, MS)

Henry Allen Lee:------------------------------------------------McComb, MS-------------Bomb maker

Jimmy P. Wilson:-----------------------------------------------McComb, MS-------------

Paul Wilson:----------------------------------------------------McComb, MS

Murphy John Duncan:-----------------------------------------McComb, MS----------------------Treasurer

Myron Wayne Seale:------------------------------------------Meadville, MS (moved to Natchez)-------Grand Nighthawk

Tulley Seale:---------------------------------------------------Meadville, MS (moved to Natchez)

J. M. Foster:----------------------------------------------------McComb, MS---------Exalted Cyclops

John Brumfield:------------------------------------------------McComb, MS---------Exalted Cyclops

H. H. Matthews:------------------------------------------------McComb, MS---------Exalted Cyclops

J. R. Morgan:---------------------------------------------------McComb, MS---------Exalted Cyclops

White Knights of the KKK of Mississippi and/or United Klans of America

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some faces to go with the names

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John;

Being one of the few here who appear to recognize the significance of this information, hope that another "repetition" does not bore you.

Repetition is a key to learning!

And besides that, there are most certainly some "new blood" here which has not become lost in the quagmire and thus may recognize the significance of such information.

Certain highly qualified and respected researchers have recognized it, and have more or less thanked me for the continuation of their work.

Tulane Annual ("Jambalaya") for the year 1923.

And "THE SOUTHERNER" which is a compliled listing of noted southern lawyers.

P.S. Most lawyers wear "white gloves", meaning that they known how to not get their hands dirty in the actual "dirty work"!

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Fruit

St. Charles St. New Orleans, LA

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http://www.jfk-online.com/jpsgatguat.html

That is how the FBI version of the meeting ends. According to a CIA document dated June 26, 1953, the following also occurred:

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After leaving the FBI offices, BARRIOS and GATLIN met with a Mr. DUNBAR, who occasionally represents the United Fruit Co. in New Orleans. They asked for one million dollars from the United Fruit Co., in support of BARRIOS' intended revolutionary movement in Guatemala, but they were unsuccessful in obtaining any commitment.

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Which should be adequate for most!

However:

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Name: FOR AMERICA

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation or Co-op (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 208 S LASALLE ST, CHICAGO, IL 60604

Domicile Address: 208 S LASALLE ST, CHICAGO, IL 60604

Principal Office: 208 S LASALLE ST, CHICAGO, IL 60604

Principal Bus. Est. in Louisiana:

Qualified: 07/14/1954

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/14/1954): CHARLES E. DUNBAR, JR., 321 ST. CHARLES, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/14/1954): SUMTER D. MARKS, JR., 321 ST CHARLES, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/14/1954): LOUIS B. CLAVERIE, 321 ST. CHARLES, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130

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*208 LaSalle St. is also home to the Traveller's Aid Society which ultimately assisted LHO upon his return to the US.

Not to even mention how far to the "right" past right-wing, the "For America" group was.

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http://www.nutrias.org/~nopl/monthly/feb2000/feb009.htm

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Passenger Service

NEW ORLEANS

321 St. Charles Street

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Name: GREEN WAVE CLUB

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 308 CAMP ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115

Domicile Address: 308 CAMP ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115

File Date: 09/27/1966

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/27/1966): CHARLES DUNBAR, HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/27/1966): CHARLES ROSEN, II., 22K BARONNE ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Marguerite Oswald:

http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/2_12_64_pm.htm

I then went to work at age 17, not quite 17, for one of the biggest corporation lawyers in New Orleans, La. The name then was DuFour, Rosen, Wolff, and Kammer. Mr. DuFour died while I was there and Mr. Kammer, I believe, is still living but they were corporation attorneys for that firm plus 4 or 5 other attorneys that handled divorce cases and similar cases and I was receptionist in the outer office.

So, everybody who came into the office had to state their business to me, because the attorneys were very busy, and if it was a particular case I had to know who to refer the party to this particular man.

So, naturally, I got a very large education, let's say, by doing this, and the mayor and everybody in the town, these are the largest attorneys, corporation attorneys in New Orleans, sir,

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Just perhaps someone should have asked exactly how it was that a 17 year-old high school drop out got such a job. Or at least exactly who the "family" knew to help get the jobs.

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Name: DOLLY SHOE CO., INC.

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2007 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: ', NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

Domicile Address: ', NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

File Date: 01/24/1955

Registered Agent (Appointed 1/24/1955): CHARLES ROSEN II, 1801 HIBERNIA BK BD., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 1/24/1955): FELIX H. LAPEYRE, 1801 HIBERNIA BK BD., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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And I think that is the only two jobs-no, Lee worked after school for Dolly Shoe Co. I was working there, in charge of the hosiery department, and Lee worked on Friday afternoon and Saturday as a shoe salesman.

That was his first job-while he went to school he worked there.

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Which of course goes on and on and on!

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Name: CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL ASSOCIATION

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 909 NATL BK OF COMM., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 909 NATL BK OF COMM., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 12/22/1960

Registered Agent (Appointed 12/22/1960): FERNAND F. WILLOZ III, 1214 BOURBON ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70116

Registered Agent (Appointed 12/22/1960): HUBERT BADEAUX, 8241 HICKORY ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118

Registered Agent (Appointed 12/22/1960): FELIX H. LAPEYRE, 2207 STATE ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118

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Name: THE POLITICAL LEAGUE

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2007 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 02/04/1963

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/04/1963): HUBERT J. BADEAUX, 8241 HICKORY ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/04/1963): F. D. V. DE LA BARRE, 4122 PITT ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115

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Name: ROYALTY & MINERAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION OF LOUISIANA

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address:

Domicile Address: NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

File Date: 08/25/1954

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/25/1954): KALFORD K. MIAZZA, 1806 NATL BK OF COMM, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/25/1954): F. D. V DELABARRE, 1806 NATL BK OF COMM, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Name: HOSPITIUM FOUNDATION

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 07/05/1967

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/05/1967): ALTON OCHSNER, JR., 1407 STATE ST.

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/05/1967): F. D. V. DE LA BARRE, 710 PERE MARQUETTE

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Name: NATIONAL OIL AND GAS CO. INC.

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

Last Report Filed on 01/01/A-75

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 1701 PERE MARQUETTE BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 1701 PERE MARQUETTE BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 06/21/1956

Registered Agent (Appointed 6/21/1956): F.D.V. DELA BARRE, 1701 PERE MARQUETTE BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

President: FLOYD A. LABARRE, P. O. BOX 207, NAPOLEONVILLE, LA 70390

Secretary: F.D.V. DELA BARRE, 1701 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA

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Name: THREE B OIL CORPORATION

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2007 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: C/O G. WRAY GILL, 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 02/05/1959

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/05/1959): G. WRAY GILL, 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/05/1959): MRS. ALICE G. GUIDROZ, 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Which, if one follows the bouncing ball, is not actually that hard to figure out exactly how others became "parts" in the games of confusion and misdirection.

Oh Yeah!

One does not want to forget about the "Charles E. Dunbar" fund which was a bequeathment to the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, which is the controlling authority for Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, where the Oswald/Pic boys spent considerable time in their youth.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Fruit

St. Charles St. New Orleans, LA

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http://www.jfk-online.com/jpsgatguat.html

That is how the FBI version of the meeting ends. According to a CIA document dated June 26, 1953, the following also occurred:

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After leaving the FBI offices, BARRIOS and GATLIN met with a Mr. DUNBAR, who occasionally represents the United Fruit Co. in New Orleans. They asked for one million dollars from the United Fruit Co., in support of BARRIOS' intended revolutionary movement in Guatemala, but they were unsuccessful in obtaining any commitment.

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Which should be adequate for most!

However:

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Name: FOR AMERICA

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation or Co-op (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 208 S LASALLE ST, CHICAGO, IL 60604

Domicile Address: 208 S LASALLE ST, CHICAGO, IL 60604

Principal Office: 208 S LASALLE ST, CHICAGO, IL 60604

Principal Bus. Est. in Louisiana:

Qualified: 07/14/1954

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/14/1954): CHARLES E. DUNBAR, JR., 321 ST. CHARLES, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/14/1954): SUMTER D. MARKS, JR., 321 ST CHARLES, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/14/1954): LOUIS B. CLAVERIE, 321 ST. CHARLES, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130

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*208 LaSalle St. is also home to the Traveller's Aid Society which ultimately assisted LHO upon his return to the US.

Not to even mention how far to the "right" past right-wing, the "For America" group was.

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http://www.nutrias.org/~nopl/monthly/feb2000/feb009.htm

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Passenger Service

NEW ORLEANS

321 St. Charles Street

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Name: GREEN WAVE CLUB

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 308 CAMP ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115

Domicile Address: 308 CAMP ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115

File Date: 09/27/1966

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/27/1966): CHARLES DUNBAR, HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/27/1966): CHARLES ROSEN, II., 22K BARONNE ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Marguerite Oswald:

http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/2_12_64_pm.htm

I then went to work at age 17, not quite 17, for one of the biggest corporation lawyers in New Orleans, La. The name then was DuFour, Rosen, Wolff, and Kammer. Mr. DuFour died while I was there and Mr. Kammer, I believe, is still living but they were corporation attorneys for that firm plus 4 or 5 other attorneys that handled divorce cases and similar cases and I was receptionist in the outer office.

So, everybody who came into the office had to state their business to me, because the attorneys were very busy, and if it was a particular case I had to know who to refer the party to this particular man.

So, naturally, I got a very large education, let's say, by doing this, and the mayor and everybody in the town, these are the largest attorneys, corporation attorneys in New Orleans, sir,

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Just perhaps someone should have asked exactly how it was that a 17 year-old high school drop out got such a job. Or at least exactly who the "family" knew to help get the jobs.

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Name: DOLLY SHOE CO., INC.

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2007 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: ', NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

Domicile Address: ', NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

File Date: 01/24/1955

Registered Agent (Appointed 1/24/1955): CHARLES ROSEN II, 1801 HIBERNIA BK BD., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 1/24/1955): FELIX H. LAPEYRE, 1801 HIBERNIA BK BD., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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And I think that is the only two jobs-no, Lee worked after school for Dolly Shoe Co. I was working there, in charge of the hosiery department, and Lee worked on Friday afternoon and Saturday as a shoe salesman.

That was his first job-while he went to school he worked there.

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Which of course goes on and on and on!

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Name: CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL ASSOCIATION

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 909 NATL BK OF COMM., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 909 NATL BK OF COMM., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 12/22/1960

Registered Agent (Appointed 12/22/1960): FERNAND F. WILLOZ III, 1214 BOURBON ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70116

Registered Agent (Appointed 12/22/1960): HUBERT BADEAUX, 8241 HICKORY ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118

Registered Agent (Appointed 12/22/1960): FELIX H. LAPEYRE, 2207 STATE ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118

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Name: THE POLITICAL LEAGUE

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2007 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 02/04/1963

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/04/1963): HUBERT J. BADEAUX, 8241 HICKORY ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/04/1963): F. D. V. DE LA BARRE, 4122 PITT ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115

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Name: ROYALTY & MINERAL OWNERS ASSOCIATION OF LOUISIANA

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address:

Domicile Address: NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

File Date: 08/25/1954

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/25/1954): KALFORD K. MIAZZA, 1806 NATL BK OF COMM, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/25/1954): F. D. V DELABARRE, 1806 NATL BK OF COMM, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Name: HOSPITIUM FOUNDATION

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 710 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 07/05/1967

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/05/1967): ALTON OCHSNER, JR., 1407 STATE ST.

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/05/1967): F. D. V. DE LA BARRE, 710 PERE MARQUETTE

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Name: NATIONAL OIL AND GAS CO. INC.

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

Last Report Filed on 01/01/A-75

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: 1701 PERE MARQUETTE BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 1701 PERE MARQUETTE BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 06/21/1956

Registered Agent (Appointed 6/21/1956): F.D.V. DELA BARRE, 1701 PERE MARQUETTE BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

President: FLOYD A. LABARRE, P. O. BOX 207, NAPOLEONVILLE, LA 70390

Secretary: F.D.V. DELA BARRE, 1701 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA

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Name: THREE B OIL CORPORATION

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2007 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: C/O G. WRAY GILL, 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 02/05/1959

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/05/1959): G. WRAY GILL, 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 2/05/1959): MRS. ALICE G. GUIDROZ, 1707 PERE MARQUETTE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Which, if one follows the bouncing ball, is not actually that hard to figure out exactly how others became "parts" in the games of confusion and misdirection.

Oh Yeah!

One does not want to forget about the "Charles E. Dunbar" fund which was a bequeathment to the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, which is the controlling authority for Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, where the Oswald/Pic boys spent considerable time in their youth.

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Shall we "throw in" the Dixie Parking Garage where LHO also tried to get a job?

Name: THE DIXIE PARKING CORPORATION

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: C/O ESMOND PHELPS, 321 ST. CHARLES ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA

Domicile Address: 321 ST. CHARLES ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

File Date: 05/07/1937

Registered Agent (Appointed 0/00/0000): ESMOND PHELPS, 321 ST. CHARLES ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA

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There is that old "321 St. Charles St." address/United Fruit Bldg. again.

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Well, perhaps "Mr. Phelps, I Presume" knew someone also:

Name: JUNIOR MUSICIANS OF AMERICA, INC.

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation or Co-op (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address:

Domicile Address: LOS ANGELES, CA 90086

Principal Office: LOS ANGELES, CA

Principal Bus. Est. in Louisiana:

Qualified: 06/12/1937

Registered Agent (Appointed 6/12/1937): WALKER B. SPENCER, 1300 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 6/12/1937): ESMOND PHELPS, 1300 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 6/12/1937): CHAS. E. DUNBAR, JR., 1300 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Name: AMERICAN WOMEN'S VOLUNTARY SERVICES, INC.

Type Entity: Non-Profit Corporation or Co-op (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: NO STREET ADDRESS LISTED, NEW YORK, NY 10001

Domicile Address: NO STREET ADDRESS LISTED, NEW YORK, NY 10001

Principal Office: NO STREET ADDRESS LISTED, NEW YORK, NY 10001

Principal Bus. Est. in Louisiana: NONE LISTED

Qualified: 08/19/1942

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/19/1942): ESMOND PHELPS, 420 HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/19/1942): CHARLES E. DUNBAR, JR., 420 HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/19/1942): SUMTER D. MARKS, 420 HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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Louisiana Secretary of State

Detailed Record

Charter/Organization ID: 13002920F

Name: CANAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Type Entity: Business Corporation (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Voluntary action)

Mailing Address:

Domicile Address: NO STREET ADDRESS LISTED, WILMINGTON, DE 19801

Principal Office:

Principal Bus. Est. in Louisiana:

Qualified: 05/23/1930

Registered Agent (Appointed 5/23/1930): RICHARD B. MONTGOMERY, NO STREET ADDRESS, NEW ORLEANS, LA

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/22/1932): ESMOND PHELPS, NO STREET ADDRESS, NEW ORLEANS, LA

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/22/1932): CHARLES E. DUNBAR, JR., NO STREET ADDRESS, NEW ORLEANS, LA

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Name: ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS, INC.

Type Entity: Business Corporation (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Voluntary action)

Mailing Address: 100 WEST 10TH STREET, WILMINGTON, DE

Domicile Address: 100 WEST 10TH STREET, WILMINGTON, DE

Qualified: 11/23/1936

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/25/1943): ESMOND PHELPS, NO STREET ADDRESS LISTED, NEW ORLEANS, LA

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/25/1943): CHARLES E. DUNBAR, JR., NO STREET ADDRESS LISTED, NEW ORLEANS, LA

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/25/1943): SUMTER D. MARKS, JR., NO STREET ADDRESS LISTED, NEW ORLEANS, LA

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Name: NATIONAL TILE & MARBLE CORP.

Type Entity: Business Corporation (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2006 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address:

Domicile Address: NEW YORK, NY 10001

Qualified: 08/16/1943

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/16/1943): ESMOND PHELPS, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/16/1943): E. DUNBAR, JR., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

Registered Agent (Appointed 8/16/1943): SUMTER D. MARKS, JR., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70150

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Name: MARINE CONTRACTING CORPORATION

Type Entity: Business Corporation (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Voluntary action)

Mailing Address: NONE LISTED

Domicile Address: 206 W. VIRGINIA, RENO, NV 89501

Principal Office: NONE LISTED

Principal Bus. Est. in Louisiana: 420 HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Qualified: 07/08/1949

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/08/1949): ESMOND PHELPS, 420 HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/08/1949): CHARLES E. DUNBAR, JR., 420 HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 7/08/1949): SUMPTER D. MARKS, JR., 420 HIBERNIA BLDG., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

President: L. B. DE LONG, 3201 SMITH TOWER, SEATTLE, WA

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Name: CENTRAL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER CO. OF TEXAS

Type Entity: Business Corporation (Non-Louisiana)

Status: Not Active (Voluntary action)

Mailing Address:

Domicile Address: 9760 LEMMON AVE., DALLAS, TX 77001

Qualified: 09/02/1949

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/02/1949): ESMOND PHELPS, NO STREET ADDRESS, NEW ORLEANS, LA

Registered Agent (Appointed 9/20/1949): LOUIS B. CLAVERIE, NO STREET ADDRESS, NEW ORLEANS, LA

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Not unlike most of history, there is a "Pre-McComb" period as well.

http://list.msu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind9812c...;T=0&P=3610

Newspaper coverage of a series of racially motivated bombings that took place

in Dallas, Texas, in 1950 tells two different stories. A weekly black

newspaper, the Dallas Express, perceived the fight to end the bombing of

black-owned homes in white neighborhoods as a battle over civil rights. The

Dallas Morning News, on the other hand, wanted the violence stopped, but could

not conceive of a solution outside of the segregationist status quo.

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