Copyright Holder: Louisiana State Archives
Subjects: O SHEE, RICHARD | BROWN, MARSHALL | KENNON, ROBERT (GOVERNOR) | SPAHT, CARLOS | MCKEITHEN, JOHN (GOVERNOR) | BOGGS, HALE (U.S. REP D2) | DODD, BILL (SUPT OF EDUCATION) | LONG, EARL (GOVERNOR) | LONG, RUSSELL (U.S. SENATOR) | MORRISON, DELESSEPS "CHEP" | CIVIL RIGHTS | GARRETT, JOHN (STATE REPRESEN) | RAINACH, WILLIAM M. "WILLIE" | HUMPHREY, HUBERT (VICE-PRES) | BUSSIE, VICTOR (DIR AFL-CIO) | AFL-CIO | DAVIS, JIMMIE (GOVERNOR) | PEREZ, LEANDER (JUDGE) | SCHIRO, VICTOR (N.O. MAYOR) | JOHNSON, LYNDON B. (PRESIDENT) | LONG, GILLIS W. (U.S. REP D8) | JACKSON, SHELBY | MENEFEE, J.M. "PETE" | GARY, LEON | LYONS, CHARLTON | RARICK, JOHN (U.S. REP) | MORRISON, JAMES H. "JIMMY"
- Brown, Marshall Interviewee
- Jackson Jr., Sailor Photographer
Oral history with for state representative J. Marshall Brown. Conducted on October 20, 1993. In this interview, Brown discusses his early life in Virginia, his military career in the Second World War and the Korean War, and how he started his career in Louisiana politics. He discusses his thoughts on past governors like Earl Long and John McKeithen, his brief run for governor in 1959, how television affected political campaigning in Louisiana, and hares his thoughts on other important events in Louisiana political history.