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    • Sylvia Roberts

    • Sylvia was born on January 6 in Bryan, TX, while her father was a professor at Texas A&M, in 1933. She lived in Lafayette for 10 years and later moved to Los Angeles, CA in 1945. She graduated from UCLA. in 1953, was accepted into its law school,...
    • Pearl George Interview Audio

    • African Americans, Civil rights movement, East Baton Rouge Parish (La.)--Politics and government, Baton Rouge Region (La.)--History
    • Born as Pearl Brown in Baton Rouge on October 24, 1934, her father left the family when she was 9 years old and she and her three siblings were raised by their mother Florence. Instilled with self sufficiency and personal pride, George went on to...
    • Allene Knighten Clark

    • Baton Rouge (La.), African Americans--1950-1970
    • Allene Knighten Clark, who was married to Southern University Fleton G. Clark, in front of a map of Africa. Album: Social Groups 1
    • Nouveau Outer Orleanians, Ltd. Extravaganza

    • African Americans--History
    • Nouveau Outer Orleanians, Ltd. Extravaganza held at the Laborer's Union Hall. The group is composed of men who formerly lived in New Orleans, but now reside in Baton Rouge. The group has two purposes, to provide social activities for members and...
    • Goodwood, Baton Rouge, La.

    • Postcards, Historic buildings
    • Postcard: "Goodwood, Baton Rouge, La." Reverse reads: "Goodwood House was built in 1852 by Dr. S. G. Laycock on two thousand acre Goodwood Plantation, a part of a Royal Grant of the British Crown in 1776 to the Laycock family who still reside in...
    • Utopia, 2008

    • Yearbooks, Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge (La.), Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • St. Thomas More Catholic School was founded in 1960 with 708 students. The school was named for the recently, at the time of building, canonized Saint Thomas More who felt Catholic education was important for his children. St. Thomas More Catholic...
    • Feed and Seed Catalogue: Vol. 1 No. 5, March 1972

    • Organic farming, Astrology, Bangladesh, Race riots
    • The Feed and Seed Catalouge...has emerged as an alternative media for those who enjoy news, information and creative writing which has not been strained through inhibitive financial or social obligations. The Feed and Seed is a new kind of medium...
    • The Buff, 1986

    • Yearbooks, East Baton Rogue Parish (La.), City of Baker School System, School yearbooks
    • Baker High School was established in the early 1900s (possibly 1914) as part of the East Baton Rouge Parish School System. The school was orginially housed in an old framed house but a brick building was erected in 1923 which held eleven grades....
    • Confederate Monument

    • Monuments
    • Confederate Monument. Third and North Boulevard. A plaque at the base of this monument reads, "Erected by the men and women of East and West Baton Rouge to perpetuate the heroism and patriotic devotion of the noble soldiers from the two parishes...
    • Belle Helene,  Plantation Portico

    • Historic buildings
    • Portico at Belle Helene. Construction on the house began in 1840, and completed by 1842 Duncan F. Kenner. In March 1889, the estate sold to George B. Reuss, an Ascension Parish planter who renamed the plantation to "Belle Helene" from Ashland for...
    • Daughters of Charity

    • Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Leprosy--Hospitals
    • Daughters of Charity who worked at the Carville, La. Leprosarium (Gillis W. Long Hansen’s Disease (Leprosy) Center). Date Unknown


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