Huey P. Long, nicknamed “The Kingfish,” was the fortieth governor of Louisiana. Long was shot on September 8, 1935, in the Louisiana State Capitol (seen in the background) and died two days later.
|Creator||Comte, Natale M. (Aritist)|
|Regions||Central Louisiana, Winn, Southeast Louisiana (Florida Parishes), East Baton Rouge|
|Time Periods||Long Era|
|Repository||Louisiana State Museum|
|Collection Name||Paintings from the Louisiana State Museum|
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