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    • Aerial View of the Louisiana State Capitol

    • Postcards, Louisiana State Capitol (Baton Rouge, La.)
    • Air view of the Louisiana State Capitol and grounds. Baton Rouge, La. The 34 story Louisiana State Capitol is the tallest building in the south with a height of 450 feet. Construction of the building was begun in 1931 on the site of the Old...
    • Baton Rouge Water Works Company Standpipe

    • Standpipes
    • Located at 131 Lafayette Street. Built from wrought iron, it is 100 feet high, 15 feet in diameter with a 146,000 gallon capacity was originally fed with water from the Mississippi. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Built...
    • Louisiana State Capitol Postcard

    • Postcards, Louisiana State Capitol (Baton Rouge, La.)
    • Louisiana State Capitol. Thirty four stories high. Tallest building in the South being 450 feet high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its...
    • Louisiana State Capitol Postcard

    • Postcards, Louisiana State Capitol (Baton Rouge, La.)
    • This view of the Capitol shows the Lady of the Lake, situated at the back. Important facts are: Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. It is 34 stories high or 450 feet. Today it is considered the finest capitol building in the United States.
    • Louisiana State Capitol Postcard

    • Postcards, Louisiana State Capitol (Baton Rouge, La.)
    • Louisiana State Capitol. Thirty four stories high. Tallest building in the South being 450 feet high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its...
    • Post Card of the L.S.U. Student Union Building

    • Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.)--History
    • Post card L.S.U. Union. The L.S.U. Union building contains more than 200,000 square feet of floor space. The 3 level structure is aptly called the living room of the campus providing varied social and cultural programs for the university...
    • Post Card of the Union Tank Car Geodesic Dome

    • Historic buildings, Geodesic domes--1950-1960
    • Post card Baton Rouge Dome Representing an new era in industrial architecture is this giant dome structure at Baton Rouge, La., which serves as a regional tank car repair plant for the Union Tank Car Company. Big enough to enclose a football...
    • Union Tank Car Company Geodesic Dome

    • Geodesic domes--1950-1960
    • The steel, geodesic dome was completed in 1958. Designed by designed by Thomas C. Howard of Synergetics, it was constructed by the Union Tank Car Company for use as a car barn. The dome had a diameter of 384 feet, at the time it was built, it was...
    • Union Tank Car Company Geodesic Dome

    • Geodesic domes--1950-1960
    • The steel, geodesic dome was completed in 1958. Designed by designed by Thomas C. Howard of Synergetics, it was constructed by the Union Tank Car Company for use as a car barn. The dome had a diameter of 384 feet, at the time it was built, it was...
    • Union Tank Car Company Geodesic Dome

    • Geodesic domes--1950-1960
    • The steel, geodesic dome was completed in 1958. Designed by designed by Thomas C. Howard of Synergetics, it was constructed by the Union Tank Car Company for use as a car barn. The dome had a diameter of 384 feet, at the time it was built, it was...
    • Union Tank Car Company Geodesic Dome

    • Geodesic domes--1950-1960
    • The steel, geodesic dome was completed in 1958. Designed by designed by Thomas C. Howard of Synergetics, it was constructed by the Union Tank Car Company for use as a car barn. The dome had a diameter of 384 feet, at the time it was built, it was...

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