Baton Rouge: Aerial View
Itinerant photographer Andrew David Lytle arrived in Baton Rouge in 1858, on the eve of the Civil War, and for the next half-century chronicled the capital city from his Main Street studio. This photograph, "Baton Rouge: Aerial View" is an example of Lytle's style.
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