W. B. Stansbury and Co. Print


W. B. Stansbury and Co. Print was a publisher in New Orleans that primarily printed pamphlets circa 1883 [1] to 1886 [2] . The owner W. B. Stansbury worked for the Times-Democrat before starting his own printing company. [3]

A man by the name of W. B. Stansbury turned in two young children by the name of Masousy to St. Elizabeth Female Orphan Asylum and St. Vincent Infant Orphan Asylum in 1880 after the father died and the mother was too ill to take care of them. [4]

Works Cited

  • Chaillè, Stanford Emerson. The New Orleans Auxiliary Sanitary Association Publishes for the Benefit of the Public the Following Information as to Small-Pox and Vaccination. New Orleans: W.B. Stansbury & Co, 1883.
  • Washington State Commissioner to the North, Central, and South American Exposition. Catalogue of Exhibits of Washington Territory at the American Exposition, New Orleans, November 10, 1885, to April 1, 1886, E. Meeker, commissioner. New Orleans: W.B. Stansbury & Co, 1886.
  • Damages for Slander. The Daily Picayune. 15 December 1894.
  • New Orleans Office of the Mayor. “Records of the Disposition of Destitute Orphans.” 1880. City Archives. New Orleans Public Library. http://nutrias.org/inv/orphans%201880.htm

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W. B. Stansbury and Co. Print

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