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    • Jack Christian, Alvin Rubin, and Chep Morrison

    • Mayors--Baton Rouge (La.)--1950-1960, Morrison, deLesseps S. (deLesseps Story), 1912-1964
    • (left to right) Baton Rouge Mayor-President Jack Christian, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Louisiana (1966-1977) Alvin Rubin and New Orleans Mayor Chep Morrison. Location unknown. Date: March 12, 1958
    • Advertisement for American Art Week Celebration, 1958

    • American Artists Professional League, Community arts projects, Printed ephemera
    • Advertisement for American Art Week Celebration at the Old Governor's Mansion. Celebrated annually in the first week of November. Sponsored by the American Artists Professional League beginning in 1930. Each year, hundreds of applicants from all 50...
    • April 30th at  LSU 1926-1976

    • Bicentennial Commission, Constantinides, Dinos
    • April 30th at LSU 1926-1976. Program presenting the LSU A Capellea Choir in a concert of Marcha de Galvez by Dinos Constantinides in observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the Baton Rouge Campus of Louisiana State University and the...
    • Bob Livingston

    • Legislators--United States
    • Bob Livingston (b. April 30, 1943), served as the first Republican since Reconstruction to represent New Orleans in Congress from 1977 until his resignation in 1999 after he revealed he had had an extra-marital affair. From 1995 through 1998,...
    • Dr. Louis James Sr.

    • African Americans--History
    • Dr. Louis James Sr. (December 3-1921-November 7, 2007) Graduate of McKinley High School, Southern University and Howard School of Medicine. Served in the United States Army, was a member of Mt. Zion First Baptist Church and was the first African...
    • Leland College Reunion, 1980

    • African Americans--History, Printed ephemera, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • First Reunion of Leland College June 27-29,1980. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of...
    • Hamilton "Ham" Farrar Richardson

    • Tennis players
    • Hamilton "Ham" Farrar Richardson, right, (August 24, 1933 - November 5, 2006)from Baton Rouge, La. He was the top ranked tennis player in the United States in 1956 and 1958. Richardson was a Rhodes Scholar who attended Tulane University in New...
    • Henson Moore

    • Legislators--United States
    • Henson Moore (b. October 4, 1939). Republican representative of the 6th Congressional District from 1975-1987. Served as deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy from 1989-1992 and Deputy Chief of Staff for President George H.W. Bush in...
    • Junior ROTC Rifle Team at Capitol Senior High School

    • African Americans--History, United States. Army. Reserve Officers' Training Corps
    • Junior ROTC Rifle Team at Capitol Senior High School. Won first place in the over all Fourth Annual East Baton Rouge Parish Invitational Air Rifle match March 10, 1979, held at Glen Oaks High School. Front row left to right C/MAJ Lindacolar,...
    • Leland College

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Campus circa 1940. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland University 1899-1900 Catalog

    • African Americans--History, Printed ephemera, Leland University (New Orleans, La.)
    • Leland University 1899-1900 catalog, Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting...

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