The Old (Old) Governor's Mansion
Baton Rouge, LA
The Governor's Mansion constructed during the term of Huey P. Long, in
1930, has been referred to as "the old Governor's Mansion" since the
newest mansion was built in 1964.  But, before Gov. Long's time, there
was a much older version and it is pictured above in a photo taken in
1906.  It was originally built for businessman Nathan King Knox, but
served as the official residence of the governor from 1887 til 1929, when
it was demolished to make way for the "new" 1930 version.