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  • Attia Roman

    New Orleans, 1937. "Le Pretre Mansion, 716 Dauphine Street, built 1835-6. Joseph Saba house." Another look at the so-called Sultan's Palace, last seen here. 8x10 inch acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston. & Circa 1900. "Cotton Exchange, New Orleans." http://www.pinterest.com/pin/48624870947163263/

  • Debra Horst

    Elephant in Tiger Skin: Old Photos of New Orleans (& LA)Le Pretre Mansion in the Quarter, built in 1835. Still looks the same.

  • Shirley Aston-Andre Golden

    Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Filigree: 1937New Orleans, 1937. "Le Pretre Mansion, 716 Dauphine Street, built 1835-6. Joseph Saba house." Another look at the so-called Sultan's Palace, last seen here. 8x10 inch acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston. View full size.

  • Connie Rizzo-Turpin

    New Orleans, 1937. "Le Pretre Mansion, 716 Dauphine Street, built 1835-6. One of the most mysterious ghosts in the French Quarter is that of the “Sultan”. He reportedly roams the halls of the four-story house at 716 Dauphine St., on the corner of Dauphine and Orleans Ave.

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New Orleans, 1937. "Le Pretre Mansion, 716 Dauphine Street, built 1835-6. Joseph Saba house." Another look at the so-called Sultan's Palace, last seen here. 8x10 inch acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston.