Postcards, Louisiana State Capitol (Baton Rouge, La.)--History
Postcard: "Louisiana State Capitol, Baton Rouge, La." Reverse: "Louisiana has its State Capital in the picturesque city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which is popularly called the "Creole State" , has an area of 48,720 square miles, and was admitted...
Central Fire Station. 425-437 Laurel Street, Baton Rouge, La. Constructed for a cost of $85,000 in 1924. At the time it was built, this was one of six modern fire stations in the area. Photograph by Ewing. August 13, 1925
Chef at Bernard's Chicken Loaf House. Southern fried chicken and chicken livers top the list of specialties. In operation since 1903. 1330 North Boulevard. Taken from "Baton Rouge, Louisiana" published by the Baton Rouge Area Chamber of Commerce.
Featuring City Street numbers: showing locations of 35 antebellum homes, 100 major industrial plants, 44 major motels/hotels/shopping malls/schools, and 200 towns and communities in the metropolitan area. 88 x 57 cm.
1939 Women's Home Clubs Demonstration Booklet by Euphrozine Deshotels, County Demonstration Agent. Includes advertisments from Baton Rouge businesses, lists of area Demostration Clubs, County and State Extention agents and lists of monthly...
Baton Rouge Area Chamber of Commerce, Printed ephemera
"Design for Action 1984-1985" Greater Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. Objectives and goals for the 1984-1985 year for the Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. Governmental Affairs, Economic and industrial development, education, communications and...
This trio of Boy Scouts from the Istrouma Area Council (left to right: Paul Tullier, Louis Herrington and Dennis Smith) deliver a poster to R.H. Anderson of J.C. Penny Co. in the Delmont Village Shopping Center for Fire Prevention Week, 1961