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    Inside St Roch Market in 1938

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    Mercy Hospital (Original Location) opened in 1924 at 1321 Annunciation Street in NOLA.

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    French Quarter. 1929

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    BROADWAY AND ST.CHARLES, 1930's

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    Masonic Temple 1906 333 St Charles Avenue New Orleans La

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    jackson square from the roof of the cabildo

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    Olivier Plantation, 4111 Chartres St., New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana

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    old Orleans

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    old Orleans

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    Captain Phil Harris Jazz Funeral in New Orleans

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    The Causeway's One Lane Bridge in 1957, NOLA

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    High-Resolution photo of the New Orleans Mardi Gras in 1900

    Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Mardi Gras: 1900

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    The "Italian Quarter" On Madison Street, Vieux Carre, New Orleans, Louisiana In 1912

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    1902 view of Canal Street looking away from the river. The Morris building on the extreme left still stands at the corner of Canal and Camp.

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    Parade of sailors marching down Canal Street during World War One

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    1937 photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston of 842 Royal Street

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    New Orleans, Louisiana, circa 1906. "Old French courtyard on Royal Street." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company

    Old New Orleans: 1906

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    The French Market c.1906

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    St Roch's Cemetary - The most famous feature here is the Chapel built by Father Thevis in thanksgiving for deliverance from one of the frequent yellow fever epidemics of the 19th century. Recipients of favors have placed various souvenirs in the chapel, such as old leg braces, or replicas of body parts, to represent favors granted. New Orleans St. Roch Cemetery.

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    New Orleans circa 1890. "The Clay Monument, Canal Street." Fascinating details abound in this scene captured by William Henry Jackson: The 1-horsepower horsecar, the ancient carbon-arc lamp suspended from a complicated-looking boom, and much signage: WIG MANUFACTORY, and logo of the ETV (East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia) Railway. ~Shorpy - The 100-Year-Old Photo Blog

    Simple, Free, Fun

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    Street performers New Orleans

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    1959: Illinois Central's southbound City of New Orleans passenger train crossing Lake Ponchatoula, near the end of its 921-mile trip from Chicago, as a local fisherman looks on. The cypress swamp of Lake Ponchatoula was a significant barrier to land transportation between New Orleans and the north until Illinois Central predecessor New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Railroad completed its line in 1854.

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    New Orleans 1937

    Street View: 1937

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    Old Gate and Stairway Spanish Cabildo

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    Jackson Avenue, New Orleans - 1920s. Around the corner from our old house : )

    Vintage New Orleans - vintagenola: Jackson Avenue - 1920s

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