Historic buildings, Afton Villa Gardens (Saint Francisville, La.)
Afton Villa front stained glass window. The 40 room Gothic Revival mansion was built in 1849 by David Barrow and his second wife Susan Woodfork and took 8 years to complete. It was destroyed by fire in 1963. 100.11
Rape--Prevention, East Baton Rouge Parish Public Schools (East Baton Rouge Parish, La.), Energy conservation, Midwives, African Americans,
Beauregard Town rape , serial rapists, controversy at the District Attorney's Federally funded Stop Rape Crisis Center(00:00-04:10), Baton Rouge midwife (04:11-11:16), conserving energy in Baton Rouge schools (11:17-13:00). Original format is 16 mm...
Chart of Lake Providence Reach Showing changes in shore line from October 1881 to May 1888 and location of dikes by Captain William T. Rossell, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. Mississippi River Commission. May 31 1888. 21.5 in x 11.5 in
Billy Brooks, Director of the Louisiana Black People Advancement Association, sits on the shoulders of some of his followers and leads a group in shouts of "Black Power". The group formed from a larger group that was holding a rally on the steps of...
August 11, 1969 Press release from the Office of the Mayor-President addressing recent racial tensions in Baton Rouge. The tensions were the result of the shooting of James Oliney in July of 1969 by Officer Ray Breaux. The night of Oliney's...
Postcards, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.)--History, Mississippi River
Postcard: "Mississippi River from Cadet's Dormitory, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A." [Pentagon Barracks, Old LSU campus] Addressed to: Miss Bythella Kilbaurne, St. Francisville, La. Postmarked March 11, 1907
Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church. Reverend White. Standing, l. to r. 1. Lercy Williams, 2.,3., 4., 5. 6., 7. Evelyn Hollins. 8., 9., 10., 11. Paula Goines, 12., 13. Seated center: Brian Millender, Second from right Bernadine Brazier Williams