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    • Mrs. Betty Toepfer

    • Baton Rouge (La.)--History, Teachers, World War II, United Service Organizations (U.S.), Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge (La.), Historic buildings, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.)--History
    • An oral history with Mrs. Betty Toepfer. She describes growing up in the Edgewood Lawn neighborhood of Baton Rouge and participation in the Sacred Heart Church and other Catholic Churches in Baton Rouge. Mrs. Toepfer lived in several historic...
    • Virgie Tucker

    • Baton Rouge (La.)—History, Oral history
    • Discusses Sophie Wright Institute, Poplar Grove Plantation, social life and customs, ferry boats, early Third Street, downtown Baton Rouge at the turn of the 20th Century.
    • Leland College Reunion, 1980

    • African Americans--History, Printed ephemera, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • First Reunion of Leland College June 27-29,1980. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of...
    • Leland College

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Campus circa 1940. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland College Baker, La.

    • African Americans--History, Leland College (Baker, La.)
    • Leland College Baker, La. Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting Christian...
    • Leland University 1899-1900 Catalog

    • African Americans--History, Printed ephemera, Leland University (New Orleans, La.)
    • Leland University 1899-1900 catalog, Leland University was established in New Orleans, La. in 1870. Primarily a school for African Americans, the university was open to all races. Leland originated and was carried on for the purpose of promoting...
    • Oral History of Larry Fremin

    • --History--Mardi Gras--Baton Rouge, Gays
    • Mr. Fremin is a founding member of the Krewe of Apollo in Baton Rouge. He discusses the group's formation and organization as well as the philanthropic work and legacy of the group.

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