Lt. Gov. Dr. Paul Cyr House
Beautifully maintained historic Greek Revival vernacular house in Jeanerette, Louisiana.
Living sq. ft: 2,260 square feet
Total sq. ft: 3,558 square feet
Room count: 10
Heating | A/C: Central, Other (Electric)
Roof: Asphalt, Slat
Paul Narcisse Cyr (September 9, 1878 – August 24, 1946) was the elected lieutenant governor in the Huey Pierce Long, Jr., gubernatorial administration who quarreled with the self-designated "Kingfish" throughout most of their tenure. In 1931 and 1932, Cyr twice proclaimed himself the legitimate governor when Long delayed vacating the office to assume his elected seat in the United States Senate.
Welcome to Jeanerette! If you're looking for the sweetest place in Acadiana, you've found it! Known for its miles of historic and elegant sugarcane fields, the "Sugar City", the people and the way of life make Jeanerette a great place to be!
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