Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site – St. Martinville LA

A state website explains that the “Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site explores the cultural interplay among the diverse peoples along the famed Bayou Teche. Acadians and Creoles, Indians and Africans, Frenchmen and Spaniards, slaves and free people of color-all contributed to… read more

Louisiana State University: Parker Coliseum – Baton Rouge LA

Louisiana State University’s historic Parker Coliseum, also known as the Agricultural Center, was constructed by the federal Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1937. The building, which contains numerous artistic details created by artists of the period, is still in use… read more

McNeese State University: F. G. Bulber Auditorium – Lake Charles LA

Auditorium used for theatre, performances, concerts, and school and city activities. It is still used today. First referred to as “Junior College Auditorium”, then named “McNeese Main Auditorium”, and later “F. G. Bulber Auditorium.” The building was the first building… read more