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    • North Boulevard, January 10, 1972

    • African Americans, Government, Resistance to
    • North Boulevard. Four men identified as Black Muslims stand atop a car as the block the street prior to a shootout between blacks and police that left two officers and one black dead. January 10, 1972. Baton Rouge, La.
    • Eudora Day Lecture flyer

    • Baton Rouge (La.)--history, Lectures and lecturing,
    • Archivist Melissa Eastin will explore how the 1924 political campaign of Eudora Day, widow of Sheriff Robert Day, was launched and how the struggle between the Democratic Party, and the Ku Klux Klan and women's suffrage played a role in the most...
    • Opening of Lobdell Avenue Extension

    • Baton Rouge (La.), Mayors
    • Mayor Dumas and daughter Dianne cut ribbon to officially open Lobdell Avenue extension between Florida and Greenwell Springs Road. Standing behind Mayor (from left) ?,?,?, Councilman Author Abadie, Hal Burgess, ?, ?, ?, ? and Civil Defense...
    • Old Spanish Arsenal*

    • Baton Rouge (La.)—History, Historic buildings
    • View of Old Spanish Arsenal* Powder Magazine (now the Arsenal museum). Eastern façade. December 1914. Photo taken by Frank C. Read. *The Arsenal was in fact constructed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers between 1836 and 1838. It was a...
    • Old Spanish Arsenal*

    • Baton Rouge (La.)—History, Historic buildings
    • View of Old Spanish Arsenal * (now the Arsenal museum). *The Arsenal was in fact constructed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers between 1836 and 1838. It was a misconception from the turn of the century on that the buildings were of...
    • Old Spanish Arsenal*

    • Historic buildings, Arsenals
    • Door to the Old Spanish Arsenal* . *The Arsenal was in fact constructed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers between 1836 and 1838. It was a misconception from the turn of the century on that the buildings were of Spanish origin and they...
    • Roseland Terrace Post Card

    • Historic buildings, Residential real estate, Postcards
    • Roseland Terrace between Oleander and Wisteria St. Post card advertising Roseland Terrace neighborhood for Zadok Realty Co. Baton Rouge, La. Date: ca. 1912. Gift of Camille Cazedessus
    • Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La.

    • Postcards, Historic buildings
    • Postcard: "Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La." Located on North Boulevard between Royal and St. Charles Streets. Built by Nathan Knox circa 1857, it was purchased by the state in 1887 and was the Governor's mansion until it was demolished by...
    • Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La.

    • Postcards, Historic buildings
    • Postcard: "Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La." Located on North Boulevard between Royal and St. Charles Streets. Built by Nathan Knox circa 1857, it was purchased by the state in 1887 and was the Governor's Mansion until it was demolished by...
    • Garfield Housing Project

    • Public housing
    • Garfield Housing Project in East Baton Rouge Parish. The article "Projects Can Be Heaven or Hell" examines the disparity between low income housing in white and black sections of the parish. Original taken from the Baton Rouge Community Leader Vol....
    • Steamboat "Julien Poydras"

    • Steamboats
    • Steamboat "Julien Poydras" docked in Baton Rouge. Carried mail between Baton Rouge and Bayou Sara, with post master on deck. Date 189- , b/w photograph. Gift of Camille Cazedessus.

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