Join us in exploring Historic Women Educators in New Orleans, hosted by Chelsey Richard Napoleon, Clerk of Civil District Court (sponsored)

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Join us for exhibits from the Notarial Archives Research Center! These showcases and blogs are available by visiting our website. 


This month we highlight historic women educators in New Orleans.

ABOUT THE CLERK OF CIVIL DISTRICT COURT’S OFFICE FOR THE PARISH OF ORLEANS:

The Clerk’s Office consists of two divisions – Land Records and Civil.

Our Civil Division is where civil cases — such as personal injury, accidents, successions and foreclosures — are filed. Domestic matters, such as divorce and child support, are also handled in the Civil Division.

The Land Records Division is where documents regarding property are recorded. Documents regarding changes in ownership, sales, donations, as well as mortgages, liens and encumbrances, are recorded in our Land Records Division.

The Notarial Archives Research Center is located in our Land Records Division. These documents, which date back to the 1700s, represent the rich history of New Orleans. The archives can be used for property, genealogical, architectural and landscaping research, among other subjects.

Clerk of Civil District Court
1340 Poydras Street, Suite 360
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
www.orleanscivilclerk.com

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