Poster with text from the Reconstructed Constitution depicting African-American leaders in Louisiana. At center is a full length portrait of Oscar J. Dunn, Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana, seated at a desk. Surrounding him are 29 bust length portraits of African American delegates to the Louisiana Constitutional Convention of 1868.
|Regions||Greater New Orleans|
|Time Periods||Civil War Period, Reconstruction Period|
|Medium||Black and White Halftone|
|Repository||The Historic New Orleans Collection|
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