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Monroe, Louisiana
Specialized
Charenton, Louisiana
Culture, Specialized
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Children's, Culture, History, Specialized
Our dolls are exquisite. We have a wide range of dolls from rare antiques to exceptional one-of-a kind dolls. The unique architecture of The Enchanted Mansion will put you under its spell. Our visitors walk through a life-size Victorian Doll House to view approximately 2000 dolls. It is an adventure you do not want to miss. All items on display in the museum are for sale. All proceeds benefit the TDS Memorial Foundation for the Handicapped.
New Llano, Louisiana
Culture, History, Library, Specialized
The Museum of the New Llano Colony celebrates the rich legacy of the cooperators came from all walks of life and from all over the world seeking Utopia - a paradise where "you produce for use, not profit", where all members did equal work for equal benefits.
Carville, Louisiana
Cemetery, Church, Culture, History, Historic House, Military, Specialized
ArtifactCollections: Photographs Images created by amateur and professional photographers, medical personnel and the Daughters of Charity. Subjects include:
The hospital grounds and buildings
Patients' recreation and organizations
Holidays / Religious services
Veterans organizations
Daughters of Charity
Public Health Service
Patients' housing
Medical treatment
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