Judge Dupre House


ID# 12390

312 S. Court Street

This building was constructed by prominent attorney, state representative, and later district judge, Gilbert L. Dupré, the great-grandson of Governor Jacques Dupré of Opelousas. In the 1920s, Judge Dupré wrote one of the first political histories of St. Landry Parish.   This property is located just two blocks from the courthouse square.

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