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    • Plan of Fort St. Charles at Baton Rouge

    • Baton Rouge (La.), Maps
    • 1884 copy "Plan of the ground depending of the Fort St. Charles at Baton-rouge State of Louisiana, until 26 arpents in the depth. with the part of the Town Baton-rouge and lands adjoining; conformably to the original deposited in the archives of...
    • 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,...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La.

    • Postcards, Historic buildings
    • Postcard: "Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La." Located on North Boulevard between Royal and St. Charles Streets. Built by Nathan Knox circa 1857, it was purchased by the state in 1887 and was the Governor's Mansion until it was demolished by...
    • Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La.

    • Postcards, Historic buildings
    • Postcard: "Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La." Located on North Boulevard between Royal and St. Charles Streets. Built by Nathan Knox circa 1857, it was purchased by the state in 1887 and was the Governor's mansion until it was demolished by...
    • WLCS Radio's Bill Anthony's Ivory Tower

    • Radio
    • WLCS Radio Station promotion. Disc Jockey Bill Anthony offered to do his show every day from the top of the "Ivory Tower" located in the Florida Boulevard Food Town parking lot until performer Pat Boone paid him a personal visit. Anthony became ill...
    • WLCS Radio's Bill Anthony's Ivory Tower

    • Radio
    • WLCS Radio Station promotion. Disc Jockey Bill Anthony offered to do his show every day from the top of the "Ivory Tower" located in the Florida Boulevard Food Town parking lot until performer Pat Boone paid him a personal visit. Anthony became ill...

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