Difference between revisions of "Baton Rouge"

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*[[Theo Cangelosi]], attorney; gubernatorial confidant
 
*[[Theo Cangelosi]], attorney; gubernatorial confidant
 
*[[Steve Carter (Louisiana politician)|Stephen Frank Carter]], state representative
 
*[[Steve Carter (Louisiana politician)|Stephen Frank Carter]], state representative
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*[[Jack Christian]], East Baton Rouge mayor-president, 1956-1964
 
*[[Dan Claitor]], attorney and departing state senator from District 16
 
*[[Dan Claitor]], attorney and departing state senator from District 16
 
*[[Thomas Clausen]], former state superintendent of education
 
*[[Thomas Clausen]], former state superintendent of education
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*[[John Bel Edwards]], governor of Louisiana
 
*[[John Bel Edwards]], governor of Louisiana
 
*[[Mike Futrell]], former state representative
 
*[[Mike Futrell]], former state representative
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*[[Gaston Gerald]], state senator from Greenwell Springs in East Baton Rouge Parish; expelled from Senate for corruption n 1981
 
*[[E. Clark Gaudin]], first Republican to represent East Baton Rouge Parish in the state legislature in the 20th century
 
*[[E. Clark Gaudin]], first Republican to represent East Baton Rouge Parish in the state legislature in the 20th century
 
*[[Hunter Greene]], family court judge and former state representative
 
*[[Hunter Greene]], family court judge and former state representative

Revision as of 15:14, 13 November 2019

Baton Rouge is the capital city of Louisiana and home of Louisiana State University.

Notable people

Further reading

  • Martin, Mark E. and Andrew D. Lytle. Andrew D. Lytle's Baton Rouge: Photographs, 1863-1910 (The Hill Collection: Holdings of the LSU Libraries) (2008) excerpt and text search