Our next meeting is Thursday, May 6, 2010

March 22, 2010 at 4:41 pm 1 comment

The next meeting of our group will be Thursday, May 6th at 4PM in the Anna Many Lounge of NCCROW (Rm. 206 Caroline Richardson Building).

We will read Lindy Boggs’ memoir, Washington Through a Purple Veil, and Tania Tetlow’s essay, “Lindy and Me”. The book is out of print, so Peg at the Tulane bookstore can’t get it for us, but used copies of it are available for a penny through Amazon.com.  Copies are also available at the Vorhoff Library in the Caroline Richardson Building.



Lindy Boggs visits Newcomb College (circa 1970′s)

From left to right: Mrs. Frank Riess (Jane Kelleher); Mrs. Lindy (Hale) Boggs; Mrs. Herbert E. Longenecker (wife of Dr. Herbert E. Longenecker, President of Tulane University); Mrs. John H. Stibbs (Phyllis – wife of the Dean of Students); Mrs. John Davidson (Mary – wife of the Dean of Newcomb College); and Dean John Davidson (Dean of Newcomb College).
Photos courtesy of Newcomb Archives
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  • 1. Crystal Kile  |  April 26, 2010 at 11:46 pm

    Check out this YouTube video of the Honroable Mrs. Boggs lecturing at the 2002 Tulane Educational Conference:

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