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    • Runnels School, 2000

    • Yearbooks, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • 2000 yearbook from Runnels School. Runnels School, founded by Dr. L.K. Runnels, is one of the oldest independent, non-profit, non-sectarian, co-ed schools in Baton Rouge. The school first opened its doors to preschoolers in 1965 in a house off of...
    • Queen Apollo XXII

    • Queens, Costumes and clothing, Gay clubs, Mystic Krewe of Apollo, Baton Rouge (La.), Mardi Gras
    • "The Years in Television" Queen Apollo XXII (David Perkins). Bal Masque XXII. Event took place at The Great Hall in Baton Rouge, La. on January 25, 2003.
    • A Tribute to Eddie G. Robinson

    • African Americans--History, Printed ephemera, African American football players
    • A Tribute to Eddie G. Robinson "One Man's Influence and Achievements". Eddie Robinson (February 13, 1919 - April 3, 2007). Born in East Feliciana Parish, graduate of McKinley Senior High School and Leland College, he received his Master's Degree...
    • Afton Villa China Closet

    • Historic buildings, Afton Villa Gardens (Saint Francisville, La.)
    • Afton Villa china closet. 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. 100.08
    • Afton Villa Front Portico

    • Historic buildings, Afton Villa Gardens (Saint Francisville, La.)
    • Afton Villa front portico. 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. 100.5
    • Afton Villa, Front View

    • Historic buildings, Afton Villa Gardens (Saint Francisville, La.)
    • Afton Villa front view. 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. Date: 8-8-25. Photography by Ewing 100.08
    • Afton Villa Porch Window

    • Historic buildings, Afton Villa Gardens (Saint Francisville, La.)
    • Afton Villa sun porch 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. 100.09
    • Afton Villa Turrett

    • Historic buildings, Afton Villa Gardens (Saint Francisville, La.)
    • Afton Villa view of turret. 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. 100.08
    • Pearl George Interview Audio

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement, East Baton Rouge Parish (La.)--Politics and government, Baton Rouge Region (La.)--History
    • Born as Pearl Brown in Baton Rouge on October 24, 1934, her father left the family when she was 9 years old and she and her three siblings were raised by their mother Florence. Instilled with self sufficiency and personal pride, George went on to...
    • Pearl George Interview Transcript

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement, East Baton Rouge Parish (La.)--Politics and government, Baton Rouge Region (La.)--History
    • Born as Pearl Brown in Baton Rouge on October 24, 1934, her father left the family when she was 9 years old and she and her three siblings were raised by their mother Florence. Instilled with self sufficiency and personal pride, George went on to...
    • Dr. Leo S. Butler

    • African Americans--History
    • Dr. Leo Stanley Butler was born August 12, 1899 in Burtville, a small community just south of Baton Rouge. He graduated from Baton Rouge Colored School in 1918. He was the first male to receive a diploma from what became McKinley. He completed both...
    • Dr. Leo S. Butler

    • African Americans--History
    • Dr. Leo Stanley Butler was born August 12, 1899 in Burtville, a small community just south of Baton Rouge. He graduated from Baton Rouge Colored School in 1918. He was the first male to receive a diploma from what became McKinley. He completed both...

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