Difference between revisions of "Baton Rouge"

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*[[Beth Courtney]], president and CEO of Louisiana Public Broadcasting
 
*[[Beth Courtney]], president and CEO of Louisiana Public Broadcasting
 
*[[John Easterly Coxe]], state education superintendent, 1940 to 1948
 
*[[John Easterly Coxe]], state education superintendent, 1940 to 1948
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*[[J. D. DeBlieux]], former state senator known for civil rights activism
 
*[[Joe Delpit]], former state representative, owner of The Chicken Shack
 
*[[Joe Delpit]], former state representative, owner of The Chicken Shack
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*[[John Desmond]], architect
 
*[[Bill Dodd]], state representative from Allen Parish (1940-1948); lived in Baton Rouge while lieutenant governor (1948-1952), and state education superintendent (1964-1972)1972
 
*[[Bill Dodd]], state representative from Allen Parish (1940-1948); lived in Baton Rouge while lieutenant governor (1948-1952), and state education superintendent (1964-1972)1972
 
*[[Woodrow Wilson Dumas]], Mayor-President, 1965 to 1980
 
*[[Woodrow Wilson Dumas]], Mayor-President, 1965 to 1980

Revision as of 15:32, 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