- City of New Orleans, Municipal Cemeteries, maintaining Lafayette No. 1 and No. 2, Carrollton, St. Mary’s, Valence, and Holt Cemeteries https://www.nola.gov/cemeteries
- “Dead Space: Defining the New Orleans Creole Cemetery: Louis Cemetery No. 1 Guidelines for Preservation & Restoration,” a 2002 report from the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate Program in Historic Preservation http://www.conlab.org/acl_site_map/reports/STLA%20Guidelines02Fin.pdf
- “Dead Space”project selected bibliography http://www.noladeadspace.com/pdfs/Bib_nola.pdf
- Find A Grave https://www.findagrave.com
- Greenwood Cemetery https://www.greenwoodnola.com
- New Orleans Catholic Cemeteries, providing burial records search, cemetery histories, and virtual tours https://nolacatholiccemeteries.org
- Fred and Heath Hatfield's Inventory and Cross-Index to Plaques and Tombs of Historic New Orleans Cemetery Lafayette #1 http://www.lafayettecemetery1.com
- Mary Louise Christovich Papers (MSS 565), accessible at the Williams Research Center. http://hnoc.minisisinc.com/thnoc/catalog/3/9769:
- Box 37: slides of a number of cemeteries
- Box 54: Tina Freeman cemetery photographs
- Box 62: Save Our Cemeteries documents
- Box 63: information on work done in St. Louis No. 2 as part of the wall-vault project
- Box 64: documentation of Sam Wilson’s work in Lafayette No.1, and the addition of St. Louis No. 1 and No. 2 to the National Register of Historic Places
- Boxes 65–72: Save Our Cemeteries documents
- Box 91: slides of various cemeteries
- Box 116: Lafayette No. 1 restoration records and drawings for cemetery book.
- Guide to Genealogical Materials in the New Orleans Public Library’s Louisiana Division and City Archives
- Research Resources for New Orleans Area Cemeteries: A Guide Prepared for the Louisiana Historical Center at the Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans
- The Louisiana Historical Center WPA Tombstone Index, New Orleans Cemeteries: Cemetery surveys compiled by the Works Progress Administration during the 1930s. Available at the Louisiana Historical Center at the Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans.
- Archdiocese of New Orleans Office of Archives and Records: Sacramental records, including funeral and interment records
- Brady, Patricia. “Free Men of Color as Tomb Builders in the Nineteenth Century.” In Cross, Crozier, and Crucible: A Volume Celebrating the Bicentennial of a Catholic Diocese in Louisiana, edited by Glenn R. Conrad, 478–88. New Orleans: Archdiocese of New Orleans in cooperation with the Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1993.
- Brady, Patricia. “Florville Foy, F.M.C.: Master Marble Cutter and Tomb Builder.” The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of Arts in the South 31, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 8–20.
- Brantley, Robert S. Sacred Ground: The Cemeteries of New Orleans. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2019.
- Carey, Joseph S. Saint Louis Cemetery Number One (souvenir booklet). New Orleans: [St. Louis Cathedral], 1956.
- Cassimere, Raphael, D. Clive Hardy, and Joseph Logsdon [et. al]. History of St. Louis II Cemetery. New Orleans: New Orleans NAACP, 1980.
- Christovich, Mary Louise, Leonard V. Huber, and Peggy McDowell. New Orleans Architecture Vol. III: The Cemeteries. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing, 1974.
- Christovich, Mary Louise. “Travail, Is Thy Name Preservation? The Why and the How of Save Our Cemeteries.” The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of Arts in the South 31, No. 2 (Winter 1993): 123–132.
- Clark, Sandra Russell. Elysium: A Gathering of Souls: New Orleans Cemeteries. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1997.
- Curtis, Stephen O’Ryan. “ Louis I Cemetery, New Orleans: Transitional Composite Metalwork (19th C).” Master’s thesis in Historic Preservation, University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
- Federal Writers’ Project. “Cemeteries.” In The WPA Guide to New Orleans, 186–98. New York: Pantheon Books, 1983. First published 1930 by Houghton Mifflin (Boston).
- Florence, Robert. City of the Dead: A Journey through St. Louis Cemetery #1, New Orleans, Louisiana. Lafayette, LA: Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1997.
- Florence, Robert, and Mason Florence. New Orleans Cemeteries: Life in the Cities of the Dead. New Orleans: Batture Press, 1997.
- Laughlin, Clarence John. “Cemeteries of New Orleans.” Architectural Review 103 (Feb. 1948): 47–52.
- Lemmon, Alfred E., ed. “The Southern Cemetery.” Special issue, The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South, 31, no. 2 (Winter 1993).
- Masson, Ann M. “Père La Chaise and New Orleans Cemeteries.” The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of Arts in the South 31, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 82–97.
- “De Pouilly Brings Parisian Avant-Garde Architecture to New Orleans.” Preservation in Print 22, no. 8 (October 1995): 26–28.
- Masson, Ann M., and Lydia H. Schmaltz. Cast Iron and the Crescent City. New Orleans: Louisiana Landmarks Society, 1995. Reprint, New Orleans: Pelican Publishing, 2012.
- Matero, Frank G., Stephen Curtis, John Hinchman, and Judy Peters. Louis Cemetery No. 1: Guidelines for Preservation and Restoration. Philadelphia: Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
- McDowell, Peggy. “J. N. B. de Pouilly and French Sources of Revival Style Design in New Orleans Cemetery Architecture.” Cemeteries and Gravemarkers, Voices of American Culture, ed. Richard E. Meyer. Ann Arbor: UMI research Press, (1989): 137-159.
- Nakagawa, Tadashi. “The Cemetery as a Cultural Manifestation: Louisiana Necrogeography.” PhD diss, Louisiana State University, 1987.
- Nance, Cindy Ann. “Out of Sight, Out of Mind: A GIS Study of Changes in Cemetery Locations in Southeastern Louisiana from an Archaeological and Geographical Perspective, 1930-1997.” PhD diss., Louisiana State University, 1999.
- Peters, Judith A. “Modeling of Tomb Decay at St. Louis Cemetery No. 1: The Role of Material Properties and the Environment.” Master’s thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
- Thompson, Sharyn, Joey Brackner, and Alfred E. Lemmon. “Historic Cemeteries in the Southern United States: A Preliminary Biography.” The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of Arts in the South 31, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 133–146.
- Upton, Dell. “The Urban Cemetery and the Urban Community: The Origin of the New Orleans Cemetery.” In Exploring Everyday Landscapes: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture VII, edited by Annmarie Adams and Sally McMurry. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1997.
- Transcription [of] Baptismal, Marriage and Death Records of Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1849–1900. New Orleans, [1948?]. [Available on FamilySearch.org: https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/471481-redirection]
- Wilson, Samuel Jr. F.A.I.A. and Leonard V. Huber. The Saint Louis Cemeteries of New Orleans (republished as Louis Cemetery #1). New Orleans: St. Louis Cathedral, 2001, ©1963.
- Woods, Earl C., Charles E. Nolan, and Dorenda Dupont, eds. Sacramental Records of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. New Orleans: Archdiocese of New Orleans, 1987–2004.