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    • Orleans Street

    • Cathedrals; Catholic churches; Convents; Afro-Americans; Architecture;
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    • View of he 700 block of Orleans Street, looking toward the St. Louis Cathedral. On the left is the convent of the Sisters of the Holy Family, 717 Orleans Street, New Orleans. The order of African-American nuns was founded by Henriette Delille, a...
    • Country Club of New Orleans

    • Country clubs; Architecture; Porches; Hedges (Plants);
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    • Not to be confused with the later New Orleans Country Club, the Country Club of New Orleans, organized in 1903, was located in City Park at Bayou St. John, New Orleans, about 100 yards from where the Beauregard statue now stands. This building was...
    • John McDonogh Monument

    • Monuments; Philanthropists; Public schools;
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    • John McDonogh Monument, Lafayette Square, New Orleans. He bequeathed part of his fortune to the City of New Orleans to be used for public schooling. Base of monument reads: "To John McDonogh From the Public School Children of New Orleans,...
    • [New Orleans College of Pharmacy Graduates, 1918]

    • Pharmacists; Medical education;
    • 1918
    • Faculty and graduates, in caps and gowns, of the New Orleans College of Pharmacy. Incorporated by its founder, Dr. Philip Asher, in 1900, the College of Pharmacy became affiliated with the new Loyola University in 1913. In 1919 the college merged...
    • February Class 1924, Warren Easton Boys High School, New Orleans, La.

    • Schools; Students; Alumni & alumnae;
    • 1924
    • Fifty cameo photographs of the graduates in the February Class of Warren Easton High School, New Orleans. New Orleans high schools used to have two graduating classes a year, after the Fall and Spring semesters. Pictured: Henry C. Ferriot; Albert...
    • John McDonogh Monument

    • Monuments; Philanthropists; Public schools;
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    • John McDonogh Monument, Lafayette Square, New Orleans. He bequeathed part of his fortune to the City of New Orleans to be used for public schooling. Base of monument reads: "To John McDonogh From the Public School Children of New Orleans,...
    • Orleans Alley

    • Architecture; Alleys; Balconies; Ironwork; Street lights;
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    • View of Orleans Alley, also known as Pirate's Alley, from Chartres Street toward Royal Street. St. Louis Cathedral is on the right and the Cabildo is on the left. The sign above the wooden double doors on the left reads "State Arsenal", which was...
    • French Market

    • Markets; Carts & wagons; Street railroad tracks; Grocery stores; Bakeries; Awnings; Utility poles;
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    • View of the market in front of the 900 block of Decatur Street, New Orleans, at the point where it and North Peters Street diverge. In the foreground are the Belgian granite blocks used as pavement in New Orleans during the Nineteenth Century. To...
    • New Orleans College of Pharmacy, 1917 Graduates

    • Pharmacists; Medical education; Alumni & alumnae;
    • 1917
    • Photograph with cameos of four faculty members and eighteen graduates of the New Orleans College of Pharmacy. Incorporated by its founder, Dr. Philip Asher, in 1900, the College of Pharmacy became affiliated with the new Loyola University in 1913....
    • [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...
    • New Orleans' Oldest House

    • Architecture; Dwellings; Roofs; Street railroad tracks; Shoe stores;
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    • Once designated the oldest house in New Orleans, this structure shows the tile roof used on those early structures. The signs read: "Shoe Store; Ladies & Gents' Boots & Shoes; Made to Order; & School Children Shoes"; "Cut Rate Shoe Store; Ladies &...
    • February Class of 1923, Warren Easton Boy's High School, New Orleans, La.

    • Schools; Students; Alumni & alumnae;
    • 1923
    • Thirty-six cameo photographs of the graduates in the February Class of Warren Easton High School, New Orleans. New Orleans high schools used to have two graduating classes a year, after the Fall and Spring semesters. Pictured: Harold F. Sicard;...
    • Johnson Iron Works

    • Bayous; Sheds; Ships; Railroad rails; Flags; Wetlands; Boat & ship industry;
    • 1918-09-07
    • Iron manufacturing on Bayou St. John Hull Yard, New Orleans. "Job #198, Sept. 7-1918, Yard Construction, The Johnson Iron Works LTD., Bayou St. John Hull Yard, New Orleans, LA."
    • Mrs. William H. Byrnes, Jr.

    • Women;
    • 1922-09-05
    • Born Grace Beatrice Woodburn, the daughter of William Woodburn, former congressman and attorney general of Nevada, she married New Orleans attorney William H. Byrnes, Jr., in 1904. Job No. 24118, William H. Byrnes, 1926 Prytania Street, New...
    • [Mayor Martin Behrman and Five Men]

    • Men; Mayors; Chairs
    • 1916-02-01
    • Martin Behrman, Mayor of New Orleans, sitting in curule chair, with five other men standing behind him, all in suits or formal wear. Similar to fbm000252.
    • St. Patrick's Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
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    • View down a tree-lined road in St. Patrick's Cemetery, New Orleans, with tombs on both sides.
    • 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.
    • Oak Tree, City Park

    • Oaks; Parks; Spanish moss;
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    • View of an oak tree in City Park, New Orleans.
    • [Grotto, St. Leo the Great Church]

    • Catholic Churches; Shrines; Caves; Benches; Ironwork
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    • View of the exterior of St. Leo the Great Church, New Orleans, showing the grotto shrine to Our Lady of Lourdes. Benches are in the foreground and a woman is kneeling inside.

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