Edwin Edwards is one of the dominant figures of 20th Century Louisiana politics. A direct political heir of Huey and Earl Long,
Edwards is known as a friend to Louisiana of all races, creeds and colors.
Edwards secured his place in the state's history in 1991 when he was elected to an unprecedented fourth term as governor.
George Rodrigue's evocative potrait of South Louisiana's favorite son shows the personable Edwards "stumping" in front of
Louisiana's Art Deco State Capitol.
LGS offers collectors the official poster of Edwards' triumphant 1983 campaign entitled "on the Road Again" in honor of the
campaign's theme song.