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The Baton Rouge Digital Archive from the East Baton Rouge Parish Library

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    • Arsenal Museum

    • Arsenals, Historic sites
    • Aresenal Museum "As Old Arsenal looked when Daughters of the American Revolution started work-July 1960" Gift of Mrs. J.A. Tucker.
    • Charles F. Rabenhorst

    • Portraits
    • Charles F. Rabenhorst (1828-1880). Founded the Rabenhorst Funeral Home when he moved to Baton Rouge in 1866 after serving as a captain in the 21st Louisiana Regiment during the Civil War.
    • Ferry at Foot of Main St., Baton Rouge, La

    • Postcards, Ferries, Mississippi River
    • Postcard: "Ferry at Foot of Main St., Baton Rouge, La." Written on reverse [Addressed to] Miss Lillie Heldenfel , 40 Robert Simke (sp?) Ey. Beeville, Bee County, Texas. Dear Lillie, Your invitation was received and thanks for remembering me. Will...
    • Indian Camp Plantation

    • Historic buildings, Leprosy--Hospitals
    • This is the Indian Camp Plantation, also known as the Gillis W. Long Hansen's Disease Center Museum. These grounds were first used for hunting and fishing by Houmas Indians. The actual plantation was established in the 1850's, and then abandoned in...
    • Jessamine Irvine Bentley

    • Portraits
    • Jessamine Irvine Bentley, youngest sister of John F. Irvine Jr. Inscription on photo "My father's youngest sister Jessamine (named for the county of that name in Kentucky). She was the wife of Mr. Bentley, Episcopal clergy man, but died with them...
    • Warden's House

    • Historic buildings, Louisiana State Penitentiary
    • Warden's House, 701 Laurel St., built ca. 1840. Originally housed the prison store, the clerk and his family, later various prison officials occupied it when the Louisiana State Penitentiary was in Baton Rouge. Constructed in the Classical Revival...
    • Warden's House Door

    • Historic buildings, Louisiana State Penitientiary
    • Warden's House door, 701 Laurel St., built ca. 1840. Originally housed the prison store, the clerk and his family, later various prison officials occupied it when the Louisiana State Penitentiary was in Baton Rouge. Constructed in the Classical...

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