Report of the Louisiana State Bar Association
Vol. 15, 1914, contains proceedings of the joint convention of the Louisiana and Mississippi bar associations; v. 27, 1926, proceedings of the joint convention of the Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas bar associations (published at Austin, Texas)
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