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...
"Bits from Hits" Baton Rouge High School, 1951. The Baton Rouge High School Ensemble played songs from musical comedies directed by Mrs. Audie Moffett with WIBR's "Ravin' Dave" as Master of Ceremonies. Taken from Baton Rouge High School Band...
Integration at Istrouma High School. Two unidentified African American girls get their lunch at Istrouma High School in Baton Rouge. Three African American students integrated the school in September 1963 without incident.
Picket Against Integration at Istrouma High School. Police take a sign from a white picket in front of Istrouma High School in Baton Rouge as four African American students integrated the school. September 3, 1963
Baton Rouge High School Band prepares to leave on their annual Spring Tour, traveling to Beaumont Texas where the band played two concerts at the high school there. Taken from Baton Rouge High School Band Scrapbook 1954-1955.
Baton Rouge High School Band, Hi-Steppers, Drum Corps and Boosters perform at the half time of the Bogalusa-Baton Rouge High School Football game in Bogalusa, La. October 5, 1956. Taken from the Baton Rouge High School Band Scrapbook 1956-1957.
Baton Rouge High School Band officers for 1958-1959. Front row: David Glass, president; Henry Wall, assistant student director; Warren Hubbard, publicity director; Donald Mills, assistant librarian; Pat Alello, secretary treasurer. Second row:...
Baton Rouge High School Dance Band, 1951. Robert Belcher is the band director. Other members include John Butler, Sidney Miller, Freddy Yerings, Mary Alice Gilentine, Brooks Adams, Ed Terrebone, Donald Welsh, Cecil Burgoyne and Bill de Vries. ...
Baton Rouge High School Band performs a formation during the half time show at the Baton Rouge High School-Holy Cross football game, 1958. Taken from the Baton Rouge High School Band Scrapbook 1958-1959.
Woody Dumas receives the Baker High School blanket from the Baker High School student body president. The blanket signifies a two year letterman's award. Blanket reads "To Woody Dumas for 17 years of service to Baker High School". Date: 1965
Baton Rouge High School Band Director, Robert Hughes stands at the intersection of North Boulevard and Church Street (now 4th) before a parade. City Club is in the back ground. Taken from Baton Rouge High School Band Scrapbook 1951-1952