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1993-1994. The Louisiana State Capitol Building was conceived by Huey Long as a monument to symbolize the end of political domination by Louisiana’s social and economical elite. The building still remains the tallest state capitol in the United States, but over the years, the Indiana limest ...
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As part of a downtown redevelopment, the town of Ferriday leaders wanted to enshrine this town’s music heritage before it was completely lost. An old raised wood structure, just-off from where the railroad tracks used to be, was chosen to be repaired and re-clad in a metal skin for protection from ...
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Oakley Plantation is owned by the Park System of the State of Louisiana and operated as a museum.  James Dodds has been the Architect for six restorations from 1984 through present- commissioned to bring the house back to the original 1820's condition.  John J. Audubon resided at Oakley Plantatio ...
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Audubon Hall is a part of the original LSU Quadrangle. This structure was renovated to house the Psychology Department in 1981.  The renovation left the main hall on the first floor as originally designed with high hallway ceilings and original wood transom windows for cross ventilation.  T ...
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