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Swearing in Earl K. Long as the Governor of Louisiana

This photograph, taken on June 25, 1939, depicts Earl Kemp Long being sworn in as the forty-fifth governor of Louisiana. His predecessor, Richard Leche (with hat and cane), stands in the center.

Swearing in Earl K. Long as the Governor of Louisiana

Courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection

Swearing in Earl K. Long as the Governor of Louisiana. Unidentified

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Courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection
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