SOULÉ, Pierre, 1801-1870


Historic New Orleans Collection

Guide to Research Collections

Bulk of Senate papers destroyed.
American Antiquarian Society
Worcester, MA
Papers: Miscellaneous items in Louisiana papers, 1779-1937.


Duke University
Special Collections Library
Durham, NC
Papers: 1841-1864. 45 items. Legal, political, and literary correspondence, fragment of a speech, and a portrait. Includes 22 letters to his law partner Henri Remy relating to legal cases, political affairs, his activities in the Senate, imprisonment at Fort Lafayette and escape, and the federal occupation of New Orleans.


Filson Club Historical Society
Louisville, KY
Papers: 2 letters (1852) in Andrew M. Sea collection.


Louisiana State Museum
New Orleans, LA
Papers: 1845-1862. 3 items. Correspondence, official reports.


Louisiana State University
Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections
Baton Rouge, LA
Papers: 1850-1901 (bulk 1850-1864). 22 items. Correspondence concerning proposed acquisition of Cuba and 2 manuscript translations of “Notice sur Pierre Soule1” by Leon Soule1 (1901, translated by Beulah Johnson) and “Biographie de Pierre Soule1” by Alfred Mercier (1848, translated by Marietta Millet). Also letters (1857) concerning the Louisiana Tehuantepec Company in Hennen-Jennings family papers, 1803-1918 (bulk 1850-1870); and portrait.


Northwestern State University of Louisiana
Eugene P. Watson Memorial Library
Natchitoches, LA
Papers: Biographical article (1935) by Mary Lilla McLure in ”Louisiana Leaders, 1830-1860” in the Melrose collection, 1700s-1948.


Pierpont Morgan Library
New York, NY
Papers: 1855. 2 items.


Virginia Historical Society
Richmond, VA
Papers: Numerous items in various collections. Finding aid.


Virginia State Library and Archives
Richmond, VA
Papers: Correspondence in George Rust, Jr. papers, 1788-1858 (bulk 1815-1858).