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    • Asphodel Plantation

    • Historic buildings
    • Asphodel Plantation, a Greek Revival structure was built ca. 1820 by Benjamin and Carolyn Kendrick. The name is the Greek word for daffodil or narcissus.
    • Foundation of Residence of E. Boehringer

    • Streets--1910-1920, Historic buildings
    • Foundation of Boehringer's residence with the Baton Rouge Academy African American school in distance [a brick structure erected in 1906 on 16th Street by the Fourth District Baptist Association]. Located on Goldenrod Avenue (now Park Blvd.) Baton...
    • Old Governor's Mansion

    • Postcards, Historic buildings
    • Governor's Mansion, 502 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, La. Located on the first highlands above the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi swirling past its doors, Baton Rouge is one of the most beautiful and historic cities south of Mason Dixon's line. ...
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    • Baton Rouge (La.), Baptist church buildings
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church, 356 East Boulevard. The church was established in 1858 by Reverends Isaac Palmer and John Brady. The structure shown here was completed in 1954.
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    • Baton Rouge (La.), Baptist church buildings
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church, 356 East Boulevard. The church was established in 1858 by Reverends Isaac Palmer and John Brady. The structure shown here was completed in 1954.
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    • African American churches--History, East Baton Rouge Parish (La.)
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church, 356 East Boulevard. The church was established in 1858 by Reverends Isaac Palmer and John Brady. The structure shown here was completed in 1954.
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    • Baton Rouge (La.), Baptist church buildings
    • Mount Zion Baptist Church, 356 East Boulevard. The church was established in 1858 by Reverends Isaac Palmer and John Brady. The structure shown here was completed in 1954.
    • Old Louisiana State Capitol

    • Postcards, Historic buildings
    • Old Louisiana State Capitol at Baton Rouge. Louisiana's beautiful old State Capitol was erected in 1847, an impressive structure of Gothic architecture, closely allied with the interesting history of the state. It was burned during the Civil War,...
    • 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...
    • 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 Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge, La.

    • Historic buildings, Louisiana State Capitol (Baton Rouge, La.)--History
    • Post card. Louisiana's beautiful old State Capitol was erected in 1847, an impressive structure of Gothic architecture, closely allied with the interesting history of the state. It was burned during the Civil War, but was rebuilt in 1880 to become...
    • 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...
    • Residence of Louis Wax

    • Historic buildings
    • Residence of Louis Wax with the Baton Rouge Academy African American school in distance [a brick structure erected in 1906 on 16th Street by the Fourth District Baptist Association]. Date: ca. 1912. b/w photograph. Gift of Camille Cazedessus.

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