Monthly Archives: March 2008

New book and exhibit on Lytle’s photographs

A new book and exhibition entitled Andrew D. Lytle’s Baton Rouge: Photographs, 1863-1910 showcase the life and work of photographer Andrew D. Lytle. The exhibition in Hill Memorial Library is based on Mark Martin’s newly released book on Lytle, published

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Plank Receives Statewide Award

Elissa S. Plank, Student/Circulation Supervisor in Middleton’s Government Documents and Microforms Department, is this year’s winner of the Louisiana Library Association’s (LLA) Lucy B. Foote Award. The award goes to an LLA member who works with library special collections and

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Andrew D. Lytle’s Baton Rouge

Andrew Lytle photographed many facets of life in Baton Rouge between the 1860s and 1910, including the city’s occupation by Union forces during the Civil War. LSU Libraries’ Mark E. Martin has edited a collection of Lytle’s photos, released this month

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