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    • City Hall, Baton Rouge, La

    • Historic Buildings, Courthouses, Public buildings
    • City Hall, Baton Rouge, La. Corner of Church St. and North Blvd. Approximate value in 1926 was $125,000. Gift of Ed Reed. Photography by Ewing, May 17, 1926. Now occupied by the City Club.
    • Offices of the Baton Rouge Lumber Company

    • Historic buildings, Baton Rouge (La.)
    • Offices of the Baton Rouge Lumber Company. Located on South First Street (now River Road) this example of Romantic Eclecticism architecture was built in the 1870's. Occupied until 1968, it was originally constructed as offices for the Burton...
    • Post Card of the New Louisiana's Governor's Mansion

    • Historic buildings, Louisiana Governor's Mansion (Baton Rouge, La.)
    • Post card. Louisiana's Governor's Mansion. Located just across the Capitol Lakes, east of the Capitol itself, is the million dollar Governor's Mansion. It has 40 rooms and 18 baths. First occupied January 25, 1963 by Governor and Mrs. Jimmie...
    • Post Card of the Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge, La.

    • Historic buildings, Louisiana State Capitol (Baton Rouge, La.)--History
    • Post card. The Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge, La. Resembling a medieval castle, this unique structure was built in 1847. Destroyed by fire while occupied by Federal Troops on December 28, 1862, it was rebuilt 1880-1882. Of special interest ar...
    • Warden's House

    • Historic buildings, Louisiana State Penitentiary
    • Warden's House, 701 Laurel St., built ca. 1840. Originally housed the prison store, the clerk and his family, later various prison officials occupied it when the Louisiana State Penitentiary was in Baton Rouge. Constructed in the Classical Revival...
    • Warden's House Door

    • Historic buildings, Louisiana State Penitientiary
    • Warden's House door, 701 Laurel St., built ca. 1840. Originally housed the prison store, the clerk and his family, later various prison officials occupied it when the Louisiana State Penitentiary was in Baton Rouge. Constructed in the Classical...

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