Greetings from Louisiana State University
Title:
Greetings from Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Camellias
Title:
Camellias
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jack Taylor The semi-tropical climate of Baton Rouge produces flowers of some variety the year 'round and punctuates a city of beautiful homes with color. Located on the first bluff bordering the mighty Mississippi, the forces of North, South and Central America blend to make Baton Rouge "Lousiana's Fastest Growing City." Dexter Press, Inc.



L. S. U. Union
Title:
L. S. U. Union
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
B. F. Holmes The L. S. U. Union building contains more than 200,000 square feet of floor space. The 3-level structure is aptly called the living room of the campus, providing varied social and cultural programs for the University community. Dexter Press, Inc.


L.S.U. Campus Scene
Title:
L.S.U. Campus Scene
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
B.F. Holmes A familiar sight to L.S.U. students and visitors is the 175 foot Campanille which dominates the campus. Dexter Press



Aerial View of City
Title:
Aerial View of City
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1957 Apr-22


State Capitol of Louisiana
Title:
State Capitol of Louisiana
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Airline Highway & Greenwell Street


Colonial Motor Lodge
Title:
Colonial Motor Lodge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
South's finest. US Highway 61 and 65 - 4747 Government Street



U.S. Post Office and Court House
Title:
U.S. Post Office and Court House
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
A tall red cypress stripped of its bark once stood on the present site of Louisiana's Old State Capitol. It marked the boundary between the hunting grounds of the Houma and the Bayou Goula Indians. The early French explorers gave the tree a name, le bayou rouge (red stick) and that is the name the city bears today


Baton Rouge General Hospital
Title:
Baton Rouge General Hospital
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
A general, short term hospital owned and operated by Louisiana Baptist Convention MWM Co



Post Office and Custom House, Baton Rouge, La
Title:
Post Office and Custom House, Baton Rouge, La
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


State Capitol, on the Illinois Central System
Title:
State Capitol, on the Illinois Central System
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
The Illinois Central System serves the historic cities along the Mississippi River



The Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
The Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back

Description:
Louisiana has its state capitol in the picturesque city of Baton Rouge, which is popularly called the "Creole State," has an area of 48,720 square miles, and was admitted to the Union in 1812. The magnolia is the state flower. The name Louisiana was bestowed by the explorer LaSalle in 1682, in honor of Louis XIV, of France


Aerial View of Louisiana State University
Title:
Aerial View of Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
BH - 32 Photo by B.F. Holmes



The Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
The Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Has its state capitol in the picturesque city of Baton Rouge, which is popularly called the "Creole State", has an area of 48,720 square miles, and was admitted to the Union in 1812. The magnolia is the state flower. The name Louisiana was bestowed by the explorer La Salle in 1682, in honor of Louis XIV, of France


Boulevard Looking East From 3rd Street
Title:
Boulevard Looking East From 3rd Street
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1913 Dec-23



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Prince Murat Inn
Title:
Prince Murat Inn
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
PRINCE MURAT INN 1480 Nicholson Drive (1 block from I-10 on La. Hwy.) Baton Rouge, Louisiana Telephone (504) 387-1111 This is the Prince Murat Inn, Baton Rouge's most luxurious motel. Its exquisite accommodations include 310 attractive guest rooms (Color TV in each room); complete banquet and convention halls; the elegant Le Richelieu Dining Room; the distinctive Cavalier Lounge; and an outdoor swimming pool McGrew Color Graphics



Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Rising 450 feet (34 stories) into the air is America's most beautiful capital. Completed March 1, 1932 at a cost of $5,000,000 it is surrounded by 27 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. From the free observatory on the the 27th floor one can see for miles around


Hollywood Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Hollywood Motel and Restaurant
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1958 Jul-14

Description:
6556 Airline Highway



The Louisiana State Capitol and Seal
Title:
The Louisiana State Capitol and Seal
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Louisiana has its Stat Capitol 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 to the Union in 1812. The magnolia is the State flower. The name Louisiana was bestowed by the explorer La Salle in 1682 in honor of Louis XIV of France


Views of Baton Rouge La Multi View
Title:
Views of Baton Rouge La Multi View
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Beautiful New Department of Highways' Building
Title:
Beautiful New Department of Highways' Building
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome


Alumni Hall, Louisiana State University
Title:
Alumni Hall, Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1941 Apr-24



Columns, Senate Chamber, Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Columns, Senate Chamber, Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Scene showing the massive columns in the Senate Chamber. These violet shaded with yellow marble columns are from France


House of Representatives, Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
House of Representatives, Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The House of Representatives is located on the east wing of the main floor. The marble used in constructing this magnificent room was imported from France



Louisiana State Capitol - Senate Chamber
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol - Senate Chamber
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Circuit Court of Appeal, Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Circuit Court of Appeal, Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Marble used in constructing is from Vermont, U.S.A. Ceiling is made of Celotex, a Louisiana product. Furniture - American Walnut, African Thuya Wood and Australian Laurel. Mural represents "Deut. IV-14"



State Supreme Court, Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
State Supreme Court, Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The mural shown represents Psalm 94-15 which reads "But judgement shall return unto righteousness and all the upright in heart shall follow it". Marble used in this chamber imported from southern Spain


Roy's Motor Hotel
Title:
Roy's Motor Hotel
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
"Fit for a King." 30 New and Modern Air-Conditioned. Private Courts with Bath - Beauty Rest Mattress, Mengle Furniture, Kitchenettes, Radio, Television - Phones in every room. Dial 7-3196. 2805 Scenic Hwy. U.S. Route 61 & 65. North Side of Baton Rouge



Louisiana State University
Title:
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Gymnasium Building, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La


Lady of the Lake Hospital, as Seen from the Top of State Capitol Building
Title:
Lady of the Lake Hospital, as Seen from the Top of State Capitol Building
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1961 Aug-27

Description:
Airline Highway & Greenwell Street; Route 61 & 190 by-pass; 5955 Airline Highway - PO Box 2621; teletype: BR, 55-X; telephone: ELgin 6-2531; swimming pool; air conditioned; restaurant


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



The State Capitol at Night
Title:
The State Capitol at Night
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Thirty-four stories high. Tallest building in the South being 450 fett high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space. Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its construction, which were imported from Italy, France, Spain, Greece and Belgium


Louisiana State University - Campanile
Title:
Louisiana State University - Campanile
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Louisiana State University
Title:
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Episcopal Student Center and Catholic Student Center


Lady of the Lake Hospital
Title:
Lady of the Lake Hospital
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
As seen from top of State Capitol Building



The Village Restaurant
Title:
The Village Restaurant
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome

Description:
U.S. Highway 190 By-Pass. Phone WA 1-2551. A Restaurant of Distinction for the Connoisseur of Fine Foods - Famous for Italian Foods - All Italian Foods prepared by Italians. Mr. and Mrs. Vince Distefano, Owners


Capitol House
Title:
Capitol House
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
A wonderful haven for vacationers, in downtown Baton Rouge, Jack Tar Capitol House, overlooking the beautiful Mississippi River, provides a warm welcome to a friendly oasis of luxury for business people on the go. Free Parking - Drive-in Registration - TV Phones - Rooftop Swimming Pool Private Baths - Completely Air Conditioned



Capitol of Louisiana
Title:
Capitol of Louisiana
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-6


Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
Title:
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
2250 Main St



Capitol House
Title:
Capitol House
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome

Description:
A wonderful haven for vacationers in downtown Baton Rouge, Jack Tar Capitol House, overlooking the beautiful Mississippi River, provides a warm welcome to a friendly oasis of luxury for business people on the go. Free parking, drive-in registration, TV, phones, rooftop swimming pool, private baths, completely air conditioned


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Governor's Mansion
Title:
Governor's Mansion
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Located on the first highlands above the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi swirling past its doors, Baton Rouge is one of the most beautiful and historical cities south of Mason and Dixon's line. The Governor's Mansion, a fine old structure is one of the city's outstanding attractions


Music and Fine Arts Building, Louisiana State University
Title:
Music and Fine Arts Building, Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1947 Dec-3

Description:
Francis Pullen Curt Teich & Co



Tiger Stadium, L.S.U
Title:
Tiger Stadium, L.S.U
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Ranked 18th in the nation in seating capacity, it seats 67,473. Dormitory rooms built into the stadium can accommodate 4,904 students. The original horseshoe stadium cost $1,816,210.58. The addition to close in the South end cost $1,528, 342.00


The Shades Motel
Title:
The Shades Motel
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1957 Sep-13

Description:
By pass US 61-65-70-190. 1/2 mile north of Traffic circle. 8282 Airline Highway. Television, wall to wall carpet, private telehpones, tile baths, excellent restaurant nearby. Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Temple, owner-managers



The bronze plaque, Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
The bronze plaque, Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen

Description:
This bronze placque is located in the center of the floor in the main lobby of Memorial Hall. It measures 10 feet, 2 inches in diameter and weighs 3,290 pounds. Made of solid bronze. Molded into this plaque are the names of the 64 Parish and each parish also shows its leading products Curteichcolor


Oak Manor Motor Hotel
Title:
Oak Manor Motor Hotel
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1969

Description:
8181 Airline Highway On U. S. 190, 61, 65 & 71 By-Pass - Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana's Most Beautiful Restaurant - Lounge - Swimming Pool - Private Dining Rooms and Meeting Rooms. 200 Modern Rooms and Suites - Completely Air-Conditioned - Centrally Heated Hotel Room Service. Phone: WAlnut 1-8102



Assembly Center at the University
Title:
Assembly Center at the University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Has a seating capacity of 14,327 persons. Everything about the Center is distinctive. All seats are upholstered in the famous purple and gold. The scoreboard is as efficient as any in the world. Facilities are of the finest in the nation Curt Teich & Co


The State Capitol at Night
Title:
The State Capitol at Night
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Thirty-four stories high. Tallest building in the South, being 450 feet high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space. Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its construction which were imported from Italy, France, Spain, Greece and Belgium



Holiday Inn South Baton Rouge
Title:
Holiday Inn South Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jct. Rt. 61 and and I-12 9940 Airline Hwy., P.O. Box 3178 Ph: 924-7021 - AC: 504


Alamo Plaza Hotel Courts
Title:
Alamo Plaza Hotel Courts
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1942 Feb-21



Our Lady of the Lake Sanitarium, Baton Rouge LA
Title:
Our Lady of the Lake Sanitarium, Baton Rouge LA
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
This Space For Writing Messages


West Wing and South Wing of Hollywood Motel
Title:
West Wing and South Wing of Hollywood Motel
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Hollywood Motel and Restaurant 6556 Airline Hwy. - Baton Rouge, LA. On By-Pass U.S. 61-65-71 and 190 Modern - Featuring wall-to-wall carpet, Radios, T.V.'s, Telephones, 24-hour Room Service. Completely air-conditioned, centrally heated, carports. Write for reservations. Samuel M. Cashio, Owner - Ph. 5-7721



Lady of the Lake Hospital
Title:
Lady of the Lake Hospital
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Lady of the Lake Hospital, Baton Rouge, LA. As seen from the top of state capitol building E.C. Kropp, Co


Senate Chamber, Louisiana State Capital
Title:
Senate Chamber, Louisiana State Capital
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Senate Chamber, with pilasters of French Violet Brocatelle and German Violet Famosa, Ceiling of Celotex. Marble imported from France



Door to Senate Chamber, Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Door to Senate Chamber, Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The Mural shown hereon represents "Agriculture" by Jules Guerin in which he portrays the "Abundance of the Earth" which has made the State of Louisiana a "land of plenty". The bronze door panels represent scenes from the history of the state


The State Capitol at Night
Title:
The State Capitol at Night
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Thirty-four stories high. Tallest building in the South, being 450 feet high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space. Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its construction, which were imported from Italy, France, Spain, Greece and Belgium



Memorial Hall, Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Memorial Hall, Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Memorial Hall is Louisiana's Hall of Fame. Its ceiling, floor, walls, and murals form a setting of beauty, dignity, and inspiration for the State's glorious ancestry. The marble used in constructing this hall comes from Italy


From Top of Louisiana Capitol
Title:
From Top of Louisiana Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
BH-40 Night View of Downtown Baton Rouge From Top of Louisiana Capitol Photo by B. F. Holmes



Baton Rouge Dome
Title:
Baton Rouge Dome
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Representing a new era in industrial architecture is this giant dome-structure at Baton Rouge, La., which serves as a regional tank car repair plant for the Union Tank Car company. Big enough to enclose a football field or a baseball park, the all-steel Dome has a diameter of 384 feet and rises to a height of 120 feet - as high as a 10-story building. Along with a similar dome that Union Tank Car has built at Wood River., Ill., the Baton Rouge plant is the largest circular building in the world without internal supports


Oak Manor Motor Hotel
Title:
Oak Manor Motor Hotel
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Restaurant… Lounge… Swimming Pool... Pitch and Putt Golf Course - PUtting Green... Play Day or Night. 8181 Airline Highway... On U.S. 190, 61, 65 & 71. Beautiful... 200 Modern Rooms & Suites... Completely Air-conditioned. Centrally Heated... Hotel Room Service



Mount Hope Plantation
Title:
Mount Hope Plantation
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1817, this magnificent early Louisiana plantation home has been Indians,Spanish rule. Confederate troops encamped on its ground, and the invation of Northern soldiers during the wars between the States.Open to the public daily, outstanding beauty and authenticity are the hallmarks most noted by this many visitors


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 19655 The Louisiana State Capital is the tallest building in the South, 34 floors, height to top of beacon light 450 feet. The Huey P. Long Bridge is 4.4 miles long including approaches, the finest span across Mississippi, central pier, 409 feet high equal to a 36 story office building; 135 feet vertical clearance for steamers; 790 feet horizontal clearance; cost $13,000,000 E. C. Kropp Co



Lion's Club, P. O. Box 3591
Title:
Lion's Club, P. O. Box 3591
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P1877 Let Mr. Lion put enthusiasm in your Lion's Club at State and National Conventions District Governors Meeting Gain recognition in your city as you visit hospitals, schools, etc. Even during your fund raising projects, Mr. Lion will be a main attraction. Unlimited possibilities for Mr. Lion.


Skyline Of Baton Rouge
Title:
Skyline Of Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 34392-D



South View From The Louisiana Capitol
Title:
South View From The Louisiana Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 17172 showing the beautifully landscaped front gardens and downtown Baton Rouge on the bank of the Mississippi River


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Palm Motel, 7682 Airline highway
Title:
Palm Motel, 7682 Airline highway
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
101 Modern Air Conditioned Rooms - Ideal for Business Men - Foam Rubber Mattresses - Carpeted Floors - Tile Baths, Tubs & Shower - TV - Room Phones - 24 Hour Switchboard Service - Room Service - Free Ice - Restaurant - Spacious Lobby - Swimming Pool - Everything for Your Comfort


Senate Chamber Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Senate Chamber Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1949 Dec-31

Description:
Senate Chamber. With pilasters of French Violet Brocatelle and German Violet Famosa, Ceiling of Celotex. Marble imported from France.



Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1956 Sep-28

Description:
The New Louisiana State Capitol is the tallest building in the South, 34 floors, height to top of beacon light 450 feet, construction begun January 1,1931, located on the site of the old State University Campus on University Lake.


Columns Senate Chamber
Title:
Columns Senate Chamber
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Scene showing the massive columns in the Senate Chamber. These violet shaded with yellow marble columns are from France



House Of Representatives
Title:
House Of Representatives
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The house of Representatives is located on the east wing of the main floor. The marble used in constructing this magnificent room was imported from France


View Of Downtown Baton Rouge From The Top Of The State Capitol
Title:
View Of Downtown Baton Rouge From The Top Of The State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
The capitol Garden in foreground, Baton Range, Louisiana



South view from Louisiana Capitol
Title:
South view from Louisiana Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
South view from Louisiana Capitol showing the beautifully landscaped front gardens and down-town Baton Rouge on the bank of the Mississippi River


Jack Par Capitol House
Title:
Jack Par Capitol House
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
A wonderful haven for vacationers in downtown Baton Rouge, Jack Tar Capitol House, overlooking the beautiful Mississippi River, provides a warm welcome to a friendly oasis of luxury for business people on the go. Free Parking - Drive-in Registration - TV Private Baths - Completely Air Conditioned.



Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The Louisiana Capitol,conceived and built by the late u.s.senator Hury P.Long,is the tallest building in the South ,34 floors,hight to top of beacon light 450 feet,located on the site of the old State university Campus on Univercity Lake


Early Spring In Louisiana
Title:
Early Spring In Louisiana
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1993

Description:
Scenes such as this are to be seen throughout Lovely Louisiana in the Eagle Spring. This picture was made in the Capitol Gardens at Baton Rouge



Lake And Park
Title:
Lake And Park
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1944


Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Completed in 1932, the story structure rises 450 feet into the air. Called America's most beautiful capitol, it is surrounded by 27 acres if formal gardens,



First presbyterian church
Title:
First presbyterian church
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Methodist church
Title:
Methodist church
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Sacred heart catholic church
Title:
Sacred heart catholic church
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1946


St. Gerard Majella Roman Catholic Church
Title:
St. Gerard Majella Roman Catholic Church
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Completed in September, 1958. Such items as the hand-carved wooden crucifix, the mosaic stations of the cross, and the marble holy water and baptismal fonts were imported from Italy. Seating capacity 1265.



Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1938

Description:
This view of the Capitol shows the Lady of the Lake, lake situated at the back. Important facts are: Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. It is 34 stories high or 450 feet. Today it is considered the finest capitol building in the United States.


Air View Of Capitol Baton Rouge
Title:
Air View Of Capitol Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The Louisiana State Capitol, conceived and built by the late U. S. Senator Huey P. Long, is the tallest building in the south. 34 floors, height of top of beacon light 450 feet, located on the site of the old State University Campus on University Lake.



Lady Of He Lake Hospital
Title:
Lady Of He Lake Hospital
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
As seen from top of state capitol building


Air View Of Baton Rouge
Title:
Air View Of Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Baton Rouge, Capital City of Louisiana on the east bank of the mighty Mississippi. In the foreground is the gothic architecture of the old state capitol, constructed in 1847: designed by the French architect, Daquien. In contrast with the old state capitol, is the new capitol building looming up in the background, completed in 1933 at a cost of $5,000,000. Farther to the north is the gigantic industrial area of Baton Rouge, representing an investment of over $350,000,000



Greetings From Baton Rouge
Title:
Greetings From Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Key To Views On Other Side :- B - The Capitol on University Lake A - River steamboat T - High School O - Stadium, La. State University N - Scene at the Municipal Docks R - Campanile, La. State University O - East Baton rouge Parish Court House U - Oaks Covered with Spanish Moss G - Governor's Mansion E - Watermelon Time.


Greetings From Louisiana
Title:
Greetings From Louisiana
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



The State Capitol At Night
Title:
The State Capitol At Night
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Thirty-four stories high. Tallest building in the South, being 450 feet high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its construction, Which were imported form Italy, France, Spain, Greece and Belgium.


Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
This view of the Capitol shows the Lady of the Lake, lake situated at the back. Important facts are: Cost of Capitol $%,000,000. It is 34 stories high or 450 feet. Today it is considered the finest capitol building in the United States.



Old Louisiana Stat Capitol
Title:
Old Louisiana Stat Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Louisiana's beautiful old State Capitol was erected in 1847, an impressive structure of gothic architecture, closely allied with the interesting history of the state. It was burned during the Civil War, but was rebuilt in 1880 to become one of the many points of historical interest visited by large numbers of tourists annually.


Governor's Mansion
Title:
Governor's Mansion
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Located on the first highlands above the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi swirling past its doors. Baton Rouge is one of the most beautiful and historical cities south of Mason and Dixon's line. The Governor's mansion, a fine old structure, is one of the city's outstanding attractions.



Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The Louisiana State Capitol, conceived and built by the late U. S. Senator Huey P. Long, is the tallest building in the south, 34 floors, height to top of beacon light 450 feet, located on the site of the old State University Campus on University Lake. New Orleans - America's Most Interesting City.


The State Capitol At Night
Title:
The State Capitol At Night
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Thirty-four stories high. Tallest building in the South, being 450 feet high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space. Coast of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its construction, which were imported from Italy, France, Spain, Greece and Belgium.



U. S. Post Office And Court House
Title:
U. S. Post Office And Court House
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
A tall red cypress stripped of its bark once stood on the present site of Louisiana's Old State Capitol. It marked the boundary between the hunting grounds of the Houma and the Bayou gouda Indians. The early French explorers gave the tree a name, le baton rouge (red stick) - and that is the name the city bears today.


Swimming Pool, Louisiana State University
Title:
Swimming Pool, Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1942



The State Capitol At Night
Title:
The State Capitol At Night
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Thirty-four stories high. Tallest building in the South, being 450 feet high. There are 249,000 square feet of usable floor space. Cost of Capitol $5,000,000. Over 30 varieties of marble and stone were used in its construction, which were imported from Italy, France, Spain, Greece and Belgium


Girls' Dormitory, Louisiana State University
Title:
Girls' Dormitory, Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The Louisiana State Capitol is the tallest building in the south, 34 floors, height to top of beacon light 450 feet, construction begun January 1, 1931, located on the side of the old State University Campus on University Lake


Bob and Jake Steak House
Title:
Bob and Jake Steak House
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at 2647 Government Street. Specializing in all U. S. prime steaks, oysters on the half-shell, sea foods, and your favorite beverage from our beautiful lounge.



Campanile, Louisiana State University
Title:
Campanile, Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


City Market
Title:
City Market
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



View of Municipal Docks and Boats
Title:
View of Municipal Docks and Boats
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


View of North Boulevard
Title:
View of North Boulevard
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1920 Jun-11



Istrouma Baptist Church
Title:
Istrouma Baptist Church
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
3000 Tecumseh Street


The Sleep Shop
Title:
The Sleep Shop
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Oak Manor Motor Hotel Restaurant & Lounge
Title:
Oak Manor Motor Hotel Restaurant & Lounge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1957 Feb-1

Description:
8181 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge, La., on By-Pass U.S. 61-65-71 & 190 Louisiana's most beautiful 100 modern rooms and suites completely air conditioned - centrally heated - hotel room service. PHone WAlnut 1-1447


Wyandotte's Geismar Works
Title:
Wyandotte's Geismar Works
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1963 Mar-14

Description:
Caustic Soda and Chlorine - Southern style. The mild climate invites an open plant design. Shown are the chlorine purification unit (see towers) and pipelines (foreground) that carry products to ships and barges in the Mississippi for economical shipment



Bellemont Motor Hotel
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
7370 Airline Hwy. US 61-65-71-190. Ph. 357-8612. 400 rooms, 2 patio pools, 40 spacious suites, including the famous "Pan American" suite with its own private pool, 24-hour restaurant, Gift Shop, Convention facilities catering to groups of 20 to 1500. "Specializing in Luxury at No Extra Cost"


L.S.U. Campus Scene
Title:
L.S.U. Campus Scene
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
B. F. Holmes A familiar sight to LSU students and visitors is the 175-foot Campanille which dominates the campus



Fraternity Row, Louisiana State University
Title:
Fraternity Row, Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 3B-H701


The Oak Manor Motor Hotel
Title:
The Oak Manor Motor Hotel
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Restaurant... Lounge... Swimming Pool... Pitch and Putt Golf Course - Putting Green... Play Day or Night. Louisiana's Most Beautiful... 200 Modern Rooms & Suites... Completely Air-conditioned. Centrally Heated... Hotel Room Service



Travel Lodge
Title:
Travel Lodge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in downtown Baton Rouge overlooking the Mississippi river, three blocks from the State Capitol and 1 1/2 miles from LSU, the Baton Rouge TravelLodge features 141 centrally air conditioned units; heated pool; televisions; automatic telephones; elevators; Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge. Suites available


Hollywood Motel and Restarant
Title:
Hollywood Motel and Restarant
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1958 Jul-30

Description:
Modern - Featuring wall-to-wall carpet, Radios, T.V.s Telephones, - 24-hour Room Service. Completely air-conditioned, centrally heated, carports. Write for reservations. Samuel M. Cashio - Owner



Louisiana State Capitol at Baton Rouge
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol at Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The Louisiana State Capitol is the tallest builing in the south, 34 floors, height to top of beacon light 450 feet, construction began January 1, 1931, located on the site of the old State University Campus on University Lake


Louisiana State Capitol
Title:
Louisiana State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Rising 450 feet (34 stories) into the air is America's most beautiful capitol. Completed March 1, 1932 at a cost of $5,000,000 it is surrounded by 27 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. From the free observatory on the 27th floor one can see for miles around



Bellemont Motor Hotel Swimming Pool & Patio
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel Swimming Pool & Patio
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 42777
This large 75' filtered pool is a vacation spot enjoyed by many travelers coming to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Flanked on each side by large coccus palms, the pool and its patio present a tropical atmosphere of unusual delight. Beverages and food are available from the famous belle Mont Restaurant. Pool is free to guests of the Bellemont Motor Hotel, Louisiana's Largest and Finest


Arial View Of Louisiana State University
Title:
Arial View Of Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 57502-D



State Capitol Gold Embossed
Title:
State Capitol Gold Embossed
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



The Louisiana Governor's Mansion
Title:
The Louisiana Governor's Mansion
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
The beautiful ante-bellum style residence of Louisiana Governors was completed in 1962


Greetings From Louisiana
Title:
Greetings From Louisiana
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Baton Range



The Campus, Louisiana State University
Title:
The Campus, Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1912


Baton Rouge Bridge
Title:
Baton Rouge Bridge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Over the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge. The Baton Rogue Bridge over the Mississippi was completed in 1940. It required three years in building and cost the State of Louisiana ten million dollars. As with all Louisiana state bridges three years in building and cost the State of Louisiana state bridges there is no toll, and it accommodates both motor, and railway traffic.



Baton Rouge Bridge
Title:
Baton Rouge Bridge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
A view of the new bridge across the Mississippi with Baton rouge, Louisiana, the thirty-four story Capitol, and the Standard Oil Company of Louisiana in the background. Although two hundred miles inland, Baton Rouge is the 19th ranking port for ocean shipping in the United States.


Baton Rouge Savings & Loan Association
Title:
Baton Rouge Savings & Loan Association
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
400 North Boulevard



Greetings From Baton Rouge
Title:
Greetings From Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Key To Views On Other Side : - B - The Capitol on University Lake A - River Steamboat T - High School. O - Stadium, La. State University N - Scene at the Municipal Docks R - Campanile, La. State University O - East Baton Rouge Parish Court House U - Oaks Covered with Spanish Moss G - Governor's Mansion E - Watermelon Time.


Greetings From La. State University
Title:
Greetings From La. State University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Campanile.



Greetings From Southern University
Title:
Greetings From Southern University
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Greetings From La
Title:
Greetings From La
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1941



Scene On Amite River
Title:
Scene On Amite River
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


North Boulevard
Title:
North Boulevard
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907



L.S.U. Football Team
Title:
L.S.U. Football Team
Baton Rouge Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907




Total: 137 Items