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  • All fields: Orleans (and)
  • Subject: trees
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    • [St. Joseph Catholic School]

    • Private schools; Religious education; Fences; Trees;
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    • Inscribed above the entrance: "St. Joseph's Parochial School / Captain Salvatore Pizzati" and was located on South Roman Street between Tulane Avenue and Gravier Street, New Orleans. Salvatore Pizzati was an Italian immigrant who became a...
    • St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square

    • Architecture; Cathedrals; Catholic churches; Gates; Fences; Ironwork; Trees
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    • View over the gate to Jackson Square on St. Peter Street, New Orleans, with the cathedral behind it through the trees. The cathedral was designed by J. N. B. Pouilly and was dedicated in 1851.
    • Newcomb College Chapel

    • Universities & colleges; Chapels; Fountains; Trees;
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    • View of the original chapel, built in 1895, on the old campus of Newcomb College, Chestnut and Sixth Streets, New Orleans. To the left is a fountain.
    • Jackson Square

    • Parks; Cathedrals; Catholic churches; Apartment houses; Trees; Plants;
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    • View of Jackson Square, New Orleans, from the balcony of the upper Pontalba Building. Originally called the Place d'Armes, it was renamed Jackson Square in 1851. The Cabildo is on the left, next to St. Louis Cathedral, and part of the Presbytere is...
    • St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square

    • Architecture; Cathedrals; Catholic churches; Gates; Fences; Ironwork; Trees
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    • Street-level view of the gate to Jackson Square on St. Peter Street, New Orleans, with the cathedral behind it. The cathedral was designed by J. N. B. Pouilly and was dedicated in 1851.
    • [Coliseum Place Baptist Church]

    • Baptist churches; Architecture; Street lights; Trees; Utility poles;
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    • Built in 1855 and designed by John Barnett, located at 1376 Camp Street at Coliseum Square, New Orleans. The spire was subsequently damaged by Hurricane Betsy in 1965.
    • Jackson Square

    • Parks; Cathedrals; Catholic churches; Apartment houses; Trees; Plants; Architecture;
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    • View of Jackson Square, New Orleans, from the balcony of the upper Pontalba Building. Originally called the Place d'Armes, it was renamed Jackson Square in 1851. The Cabildo is on the left, next to St. Louis Cathedral, and the Presbytere is visible...
    • Morgan Boulevard

    • Dwellings; Porches; Driveways; Automobiles; Garages; Trees;
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    • A residence on Morgan Boulevard, New Orleans. Street was renamed Allard Boulevard in 1924.
    • U. S. Mint

    • Mints; Architecture; Fences; Trees;
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    • Designed by William Strickland and erected in 1835 at what is now 400 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans.
    • Arch Bridge, City Park

    • Lakes & ponds; Parks; Stone bridges; Trees; Spanish moss;
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    • View looking across lagoon at stone arched bridge in City Park, New Orleans.
    • Entrance City Park

    • Parks; Trees; Spanish moss; Gates; Ironwork; Fences;
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    • View across a street toward an entrance to City Park, New Orleans.
    • City Park Avenue

    • Streets; Sidewalks; Trees; Spanish moss; Hedges (Plants); Ironwork; Fences; Amusement rides;
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    • View along the sidewalk on City Park Avenue on the edge of City Park, New Orleans. In left background is a sign for "Scenic Park Toboggan Coaster".
    • Morgan Boulevard

    • Dwellings; Porches; Driveways; Automobiles; Garages; Trees;
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    • A residence on Morgan Boulevard, New Orleans. Street was renamed Allard Boulevard in 1924.
    • Gibson and Tilton Memorial Halls, Tulane University

    • Universities & colleges; Trees; Architecture;
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    • Gibson Hall (right) was built 1894, Harrod & Andry architects. Named for Randall Lee Gibson, Confederate General & U. S. Senator from Louisiana. Tilton Memorial Hall was built in 1902, designed by architects Andry and Bendernagel. Named for...
    • Newcomb College Hall

    • Universities & colleges; Street railroad tracks; Fences; Trees;
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    • Newcomb College Hall, the renovated Burnside Place, on the old campus (1891-1918), bounded by Washington, Sixth, Chestnut, and Camp Streets.
    • [Street Scene]

    • Streets; Trees; Sidewalks;
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    • View down a tree-lined residential street, probably in New Orleans.
    • Avenue, Metairie Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Trees;
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    • View down one of the avenues in Metairie Cemetery, Metairie, Louisiana, with tombs on either side. The Zunts-Horter tomb is in the right foreground.

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