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Governor Andre Bienvenu Roman

Roman, Andre Bienvenu - Painting - by K. Kurz, Jr.

Andre Bienvenu Roman, ninth governor of Louisiana. ZoomifyView »

Governor Thomas Bolling Robertson

Robertson, Thomas Bolling - Painting - by Lucienne de St. Mart

Portrait of Thomas Bolling Robertson, third governor of Louisiana, by Lucienne de St.-Mart. ZoomifyView »

Reconstruction - Lithograph - an allegorical illustration of Reconstruction entitled "Bateman's National Picture"

This c. 1867 illustration is an idealized representation of the reconciliation between North and South after the Civil War. As the founding fathers look on, an eagle covers the country with an American flag, symbolizing its reunification. ZoomifyView »

Loyola Track Team, 1933

Romero, Rolland - Photograph - Loyola Track Team

Coach Tad Gormley trained many Louisiana athletes to Olympic excellence. In this photograph, Gormley stands next to the 1933 Loyola University track team. Triple jump Olympic team member Rolland Romero is third from the left, seated on the lower row. ZoomifyView »

View of the Red River Raft in the 1870s

Red River Raft - Photograph - 1870s view of the debris choking the Red River

Consisting of cedar, cypress, and petrified wood, the Red River raft blocked navigation for nearly one hundred miles. Its removal encouraged new settlement in northwestern Louisiana and eastern Texas. View »

Admiral Porter's Fleet on the Red River

Red River Campaign - Painting - Admiral Porter's Fleet on the Red River

This illustration shows the triumphant entry of the Union Army into Alexandria at the beginning of the Red River Campaign. Though Confederate Lt. General Richard Taylor's troops initially retreated, they proved successful in later campaign battles. ZoomifyView »

“Triumphant Entry of the Union Army in Alexandria”

Red River Campaign - Illustration - “Triumphant Entry of the Union Army in Alexandria”

While the Red River Campaign was ultimately a failure for the Union, this illustration depicts the triumphant entry of the Union Army into Alexandria, forcing Confederate Lt. General Richard Taylor's retreat. ZoomifyView »

“Fortifications at Grand Ecore, Guarded by The First Missouri Battery”

Red River Campaign - Illustration - Harpers illustration of the Fortifications at Grand Ecore, guarded by The First Missouri Battery

An illustration from Harper's Weekly shows a Confederate attack on General Albert Lee's wagon train at Mansfield. ZoomifyView »

Rebel Attack on General Albert Lee's Wagon Train at Mansfield, Louisiana

Red River Campaign - Illustration - Harpers illustration, “Rebel Attack on General Albert Lee's Wagon Train at Mansfield, Louisiana”

An illustration from “Harper's Weekly” that shows a Confederate attack on General Albert Lee's wagon train at Mansfield. ZoomifyView »

Allegheny County Court House

Richardson, Henry Hobson - Illustration - Rendering of the Allegheny County Court House

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Trinity Church

Richardson, Henry Hobson - Photograph - Contemporary view of Trinity Church, Boston Massachusetts

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Trinity Church

Richardson, Henry Hobson - Stereograph -Trinity Church in Copley Square, Boston, Massachusetts

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Trinity Church, Copley Square, Boston, Mass.

Richardson, Henry Hobson - Photograph - Trinity Church in Copley Square, Boston, Massachusetts

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Thomas Crane Public Library

Richardson, Henry Hobson - Photograph - Contemporary view of the Thomas Crane Public Library, Quincy, Massachusetts

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Sever Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Richardson, Henry Hobson - Photograph - Sever Hall, Harvard University

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Austin Hall, Harvard University

Richardson, Henry Hobson - Photograph - Contemporary view of Austin Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (photograph)

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Map of the Red River Campaign

Red River Campaign - Map - 1864 map of the Red River Campaign by Richard M. Venable

This 1864 map, created by cartographer Richard M. Venable, shows important locations in the Red River campaign. It includes Camp Worth near Logansport and the battle sites between Mansfield and Pleasant Hill. ZoomifyView »

Anne Rice

Rice, Anne - Photograph - 2006 color portrait

Writer Anne Rice set many of her novels, including the popular Vampire Chronicles series, in New Orleans. Born in the Crescent City, Rice lived there for many years. ZoomifyView »

Zachary Richard performing at Downtown Alive in Lafayette

Richard, Zachary - Photograph - Performing at Downtown Alive in Lafayette c.2008

Zachary Richard, one of the Cajun music revivalists in the 1970s and 1980, performs at Downtown Alive in Lafayette. Photo taken in 2008. View »

Steve Riley

Riley, Steve - Photograph - Color, performing outdoors with accordian c. 2010

Musician Steve Riley plays traditional and progressive styles of Cajun music. View »