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State of Louisiana for Confederate Veterans and Their Widows Bond - Signed by Henry Luse Fuqua Sr. dated 1925 $100 Bond - Very Rare

Inv# CW1043   Bond
State(s): Louisiana
Years: 1925
Color: Orange and Black

5% Coupon Certificate of indebtedness of the State of Louisiana for Confederate Veterans and their Widows. Printed by Goes. Rare! Signed by Henry Luse Fuqua Sr. (November 8, 1865 – October 11, 1926), was an American government official and politician. A Democrat, he is most notable for his service as the 38th Governor of Louisiana from 1924 until his death in 1926.

Henry L. Fuqua was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on November 8, 1865, a son of James Overton Fuqua (1822–1875) and Jeannette Maria (Foules) Fuqua (1833–1900). Fuqua's father was an attorney and veteran of the Mexican–American War who served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. His siblings included Stephen O. Fuqua (1874–1943), a career United States Army officer who attained the rank of major general. Read more at

Condition: Excellent

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