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Uncle Sam's Plantation, Convent Louisiana

This is a photograph of a large, columned southern plantation house in Convent Louisiana known as Uncle Sam's Plantation, which was demolished in 1940 to make way for a new levee. This vintage gelatin silver print was taken in 1935.

Uncle Sam’s Plantation, Convent Louisiana

Courtesy of Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Uncle Sam's Plantation, Convent Louisiana. Evans, Walker (photographer)

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