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    • Telling-Grandon Scrapbook

    • Photograph albums
    • The Telling-Grandon Scrapbook is a 28-page scrapbook/diary containing photographs and ephemera collected by an Evanston, Illinois group during a visit by train to the New Orleans Carnival of 1903. The New Orleans section includes brief references...
    • Joseph Bauer Family Album

    • Photograph albums
    • This collection consists of photographic prints (primarily amateur snapshots, but also included are portraits by professional photographers) depicting exterior and interior views of Dr. Joseph Bauer's residence (1032 Esplanade Avenue), views of the...
    • 0378

    • Vicksburg (Miss.)--Photographs.; Railroads--Mississippi--Photographs.; Floods--Mississippi--History--20th century--Photographs.
    • Camera looking along railroad tracks on piers near bank of the river which is flooded, with engine, rail cars and workers visible behind. In background are industrial buildings, tall smoking chimneys and some of the town buildings can be seen on...
    • 0385

    • Saint Bernard Parish (La.)--Photographs.; Floods--Louisiana--History--20th century--Photographs.; Flood damage--Louisiana--Photographs.; Railroad cars--Louisiana--Photographs.; Dwellings--Flood damage--Louisiana--Photographs.
    • Camera looking across railroad tracks with some flooding to buildings in right background.
    • 0418

    • Saint Bernard Parish (La.)--Photographs.; Floods--Louisiana--History--20th century--Photographs.; Railroad passenger cars--Louisiana--Photographs.; Flood damage--Louisiana--Photographs.
    • Camera looking at two wrecked rail cars, buckled railroad tracks and a house with water beyond on right. See also F0517b-d
    • 0602

    • Paper mills--Waste disposal--Louisiana--Photographs.; Water--Pollution--Louisiana--Photographs.
    • Camera looking down on large pipe emerging from bank discharging water into ditch with another smaller pipe above leading to fenced area with railroad tracks and evidence of mill site
    • [Josephine Hutchinson Memorial Building, Tulane Medical School]

    • Medical education; Monuments & memorials; Architecture; Automobiles; Palms; Street railroad tracks;
    • Located on Canal Street between N. Robertson and N. Villere, this building was designed by Thomas Scully and built in 1893 as the Richardson Memorial Building. It was renovated in 1902 and renamed in honor of Josephine Hutchinson. A new Hutchinson...
    • [Railroad Track]

    • Railroad tracks; Railroad ties;
    • Closeup of fbm000330, showing cable connecting sunken tie to the track. Job 10,391, John E. Mahoney, March 13, 1917. Mahoney is listed in the New Orleans city directories 1916-18 as a "switchman" or "motorman".
    • [Railroad Track]

    • Railroad tracks; Railroad ties;
    • Closeup of fbm000330, showing tie in the ground and cable connecting it to the track. Job 10,391, John E. Mahoney, March 13, 1917. Mahoney is listed in the New Orleans city directories 1916-18 as a "switchman" or "motorman".
    • [Railroad Track]

    • Railroad tracks; Railroad ties;
    • Closeup of fbm000330, showing the track without the tie and cable. Job 10,391, John E. Mahoney, March 13, 1917. Mahoney is listed in the New Orleans city directories 1916-18 as a "switchman" or "motorman".
    • [Railroad Tracks]

    • Railroad switching; Railroad tracks; Railroad freight cars; Fences; Utility poles;
    • View of a long stretch of railroad out in the country, with a small building and freight car on a side track to the left. In the foreground is a railroad tie sunken into the ground with a cable attaching it to the track. Job 10,391, John E....
    • [St. Charles Avenue]

    • Commercial Streets; Hotels; Restaurants; Street railroad tracks;
    • View down St. Charles Avenue, circa 1905, New Orleans, from Canal Street. The Fabacher Restaurant is on the right and the third St. Charles Hotel is straight ahead.
    • [St. Joseph Catholic Church]

    • Catholic churches; Architecture; Religious dwellings; Automobiles; Street railroad tracks; Utility poles;
    • Built between 1869 and 1892, design attributed to either John Keely or Carl Kaiser, located on Tulane Avenue, New Orleans.

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