Guy Norman Hunter diploma, 1899 June 28.

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Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. Guy Norman Hunter diploma, 1899 June 28.

Guy Norman Hunter diploma, 1899 June 28.

Diploma issued by Louisiana State University to Cadet Guy Norman Hunter upon his completion of the requirements of the "Agricultural Course" for a Bachelor of Science degree. Diploma is signed by his professors; Thomas D. Boyd, President of LSU; and Governor Murphy J. Foster.

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Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

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Arthur Taylor Prescott (1863-1942) graduated from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., in 1884. He became commandant of the student cadet organization at the University of Virginia in 1887, the first president of the Louisiana Industrial Institute at Ruston in 1894, and professor of government at Louisiana State University in 1899. From the description of Arthur T. Prescott receipts, 1880-1885. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 308362360 ...

Foster, Murphy J. (Murphy James), 1849-1921

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Murphy J. Foster was an attorney, Louisiana state senator (1880-1892), Governor of Louisiana (1892-1900), and United States Senator (1900-1912). He studied law at the University of Louisiana, now Tulane University, and passed the state bar exam in 1871. Foster was briefly married to Florence Daisy Hine, then remarried 1881 to Rose Routh Ker, daughter of John Ker and Rose Routh of Ouida Plantation in West Feliciana Parish. They produced ten children, nine of whom reached maturity. ...

Boyd, Thomas Duckett, 1854-1932

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Thomas Duckett Boyd, younger brother of David French Boyd, was born on Jan. 20, 1854 to Minerva French and Thomas Jefferson Boyd of Wytheville, Virginia. He received his formal education at Louisiana State University, graduating in 1872 with a master of arts degree. He married Annie Fuqua, sister of Governor Henry Fuqua, March 1882. He participated in civic, religious and professional organizations including American Legion, and was instrumental in the formation of the Louisiana Edu...

Hunter, Guy Norman.

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