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Louisiana


Photo Collection


LOUISIANA COLLECTION

Pix No Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of pix Kind of image Negative

1 ca. 1930s 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print 35mm B&W

Scene somewhere in Louisiana with a man and a woman standing beside a car. There is a wicker chair between them.

2 ca. 1916 3 x 5 1 B&W copy print 3¾ x 2¼ B&W

Picture of the Senate members (in little oval pictures) surrounding the old State Capitol building.

(same as pictures 3 & 4)

3 ca. 1916 3 x 5 1 B&W Copy Print 3¾ x 2¼ B&W

Picture of the Senate members (in little oval pictures) surrounding the old State Capitol building.

(same as picture 2 & 4)

4 ca. 1916 3 x 5 1 B&W Copy Print 3¾ x 2¼ B&W

Picture of the Senate members (in little oval pictures) surrounding the old State Capitol building.

(same as picture 2& 3)

5 1971 6 x 9 1 B&W drawing 35mm B&W

Natchitoches, Louisiana in the early 1800s.

6 ca. 1980s 3 x 3 1 color print none

A forest of pine trees.

7 1987 4¾ x 6¼ 1 b/w drawing none

Drawing of Loyd Hall, circa 1818. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Invitation sent from the Louisiana Preservation Alliance.

8 1947 5 x 7 1 B&W Copy Print none

Honor Roll at Maurice, Louisiana. Most of the names are Broussard, Hebert, or Trahan. Standard Oil of New Jersey Collection, University of Louisville. Courtesy of La. State Museum. (Postcard sent by the Lafayette Natural History Museum advertising photographic show " Postwar to Prosperity? Louisiana 1946-1950").