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    • 1895 Baton Rouge City Directory

    • Baton Rouge (La.), City directories
    • 1895 Baton Rouge City Directory. The first Baton Rouge City Directory was first created in 1888. This particular edition (4th) was published by Frank W. Smith of New Orleans in 1895. The directory contains geographic information about the city,...
    • "Third Best Sport"

    • Baton Rouge Little Theater
    • "A young company official, Chuck Robbins, (Gary McDonald) gets some pointers on big business from senior executive, John Wagner, played by Joe Paul Steiner as Helen Sayre (Rita Vicknair) one of the company manager's wives seems bored about it all....
    • BREC Reporter

    • Recreation and Park Commission for the Parish of East Baton Rouge, Printed ephemera
    • Newsletter from BREC. Vol. 1 No. 13. Covers grant for North St. park, information about the Nation Recreation and Park Association Southwest Conference, new center director, show at the Camelia Club, grant for the Senior Citizen's Recreation...
    • Camp Fire Girls Charm Clinic

    • Camp Fire Girls--History, Baton Rouge (La.), Afton Villa Gardens (Saint Francisville, La.)
    • Mrs. E.H. Scott, formerly a Camp Fire Girls leader and now a professional model, leads a Charm Clinic that was offered to Junior High Camp Fire Girls. (L. to r.) Patsy Rice, Sharon Davie, and Helen Boies learn about posture. Date: August 12, 1958
    • Information and letter

    • Clubs, Civic improvement
    • Covers history of the club, current officers, information about community club organization's participation in the council, the Sears Foundation Fund, and a letter from Dr. Clara Tucker, President of the Civic Beautification Council of Clubs.
    • Jerry Boudreaux

    • Football, School administrators, School management and organization, School sports
    • Joseph "Jerry" Boudreaux describes his youth in Baker, La., his high school and college careers including his involvement in ROTC and football. He briefly discusses his career in the Air Force. Mr. Boudreaux talks about integration in the...
    • Of Irish Blood March 2015

    • Book talk, History, Event
    • It's 1903. Nora Kelly, twenty-four, is talented, outspoken, progressive, and climbing the ladder of opportunity, until she falls for an attractive but dangerous man. Meet the author of this historical novel, Mary Pat Kelly Bring your lunch and...
    • Police escort African American marchers

    • African Americans, Civil Rights Movement
    • Police escort African American marchers as they set out on the fifth day of their 120 mile march from Bogalusa to Baton Rouge. The marchers are shown here shortly after they left Hammond and hope to cover about 8 miles a day. August 14, 1967
    • Quick Facts about Louisiana

    • State government publications, Louisiana. Department of State
    • Quick Facts about Louisiana. Information flier about the State of Louisiana. Describes government, parishes, geography, climate, agriculture and industry. Includes facts and figures. Issued by Wade O. Martin, Secretary of State. 1960 Original...
    • The Baptist Journal Newsletter

    • Printed ephemera, Baton Rouge (La.), Jefferson Baptist Chuch Baton Rouge (La.)
    • "The Baptist Journal" newsletter published by the Jefferson Baptist Church in 1977. Contains news about recent and future events at the church.
    • The Stevenson Family Odyssey

    • Louisiana--Family history, African Americans--Genealogy
    • Stevenson family history. Contains information about the family genealogy as well as informaiton about Linwood Plantation, the slave trade in Louisiana, and the creator's search methodology.


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