Subjects: O SHEE, RICHARD | PRICE, ANNE (ADVOCATE) | ADVOCATE | DAVIS, JIMMIE (GOVERNOR) | CIVIL RIGHTS | LONG, EARL (GOVERNOR) | MCKEITHEN, JOHN (GOVERNOR) | SUPERDOME | LIFE MAGAZINE | NOE, JAMES (GOVERNOR) | LANDRIEU, MOON (MAYOR) | INTEGRATION | ANZELMO, SAL (STATE SENATOR) | DEBLIEUX, J.D. (STATE SENATOR) | RAINACH, WILLIAM M. "WILLIE" | PEREZ, LEANDER (JUDGE) | TREEN, DAVID C. (GOVERNOR) | ROEMER, CHARLES "BUDDY" (GOVER | DUMAS, WOODY (MAYOR OF B.R.) | EDWARDS, EDWIN (GOVERNOR) | ART | MEDIA | MANSHIP, CHARLES SR. | O SHEE, RICHARD | LOUISIANA | GAMBLING
- Price, Anne Interviewee
- Jackson Jr., Sailor Interviewer
- Jackson Jr., Sailor Photographer
Oral history with journalist for The Advocate Anne Price. In this interview, Price reflects on some of the governors she reported on during her career including Jimmie Davis, Earl Long, and John McKeithen. She also talks about the Civil Rights Movement in Louisiana, the craziness she witnessed while reporting from the Louisiana House, the process of opening the Superdome in New Orleans, and she provides her thoughts on different figures in Louisiana political history. Price worked for the Baton Rouge Advocate for 50 years and worked alongside her husband, managing editor Edward Price.