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    • Pages Through the Ages

    • Mardi Gras--Balls(Parties), Masques, Gay Clubs, Costumes and clothes, Mystic Krewe of Apollo, Baton Rouge, (La.), LGBTQ people
    • "Pages through the Ages" Bal Masque IV. The Bal Masque took place at the Iberville Parish Civic Center in Plaquemine, La. on January 26, 1985.
    • Pages Through the Ages

    • Mardi Gras--Balls (parties), Masques, Gay Clubs, Costumes and clothes, Mystic Krewe of Apollo, Baton Rouge (La.), LGBTQ people
    • "Pages through the Ages" Bal Masque IV. The Bal Masque took place at the Iberville Parish Civic Center in Plaquemine, La. on January 26, 1985.
    • Pages Through the Ages

    • Mardi Gras--Balls(Parties), Masques, Gay Clubs, Costumes and clothes, Mystic Krewe of Apollo, Baton Rouge (La.), LGBTQ people
    • "Pages through the Ages" Bal Masque IV. The Bal Masque took place at the Iberville Parish Civic Center in Plaquemine, La. on January 26, 1985.
    • USS Kidd Corsair Jet

    • Baton Rouge (La.), Kidd (Destroyer)
    • A-7E Corsair II jet attack aircraft from the Vietnam era on display at the USS Kidd Museum on the Baton Rouge River Front. Dedicated in 1994, this plane was restored through the efforts of Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 488. Taken from the...
    • Bob Livingston

    • Legislators--United States
    • Bob Livingston (b. April 30, 1943), served as the first Republican since Reconstruction to represent New Orleans in Congress from 1977 until his resignation in 1999 after he revealed he had had an extra-marital affair. From 1995 through 1998,...
    • Standard Oil Refinery, 1914

    • Baton Rouge (La.)—History, Standard Oil Company
    • Leading up road through the refinery to main office [looking] from top of compounding building, river in back ground. Standard Oil Refinery, Baton Rouge, La. 1914
    • Bal Masque IV Events Reservation Card 1985

    • Kings and Queens, Mardi Gras, Dinners and dinning, Breakfasts, Luncheons, Mystic Krewe of Apollo, Baton Rouge (La.)
    • Mystic Krewe of Apollo, Baton Rouge, La. Bal Masque reservation card for the Captain's Party, the Royal Breakfast, and King and Queen's luncheon. Events took place January 25 through January 27 of 1985.
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans.
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...
    • Civil Rights Protest

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement
    • On December 15, 1961 approximately 2000 people peacefully marched through downtown Baton Rouge to protest the arrest of 23 Southern University students the day before for picketing restaurants that continued to refuse to serve African Americans. ...

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