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Browsing items in: Frank B. Moore Collection

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    • Royal Street

    • Commercial streets; Street railroad tracks; Carts & wagons;
    • 1900
    • The 300 block of Royal Street, New Orleans, from the intersection at Conti Street, looking toward Canal Street. On the right is Waldhorn's antique shop.
    • Canal Street

    • Commercial streets; Street railroads; Utility poles;
    • 1903
    • View from the 600 block, looking at the intersection of Royal Street toward the lake, circa 1904. The old Maison Blanche building is in the background.
    • Haunted House, Royal Street

    • Haunted houses; Architecture; Ironwork; Schools; School integration; Bars;
    • 1905
    • Also known as the Lalaurie House, 1140 Royal Street, New Orleans, it was ransacked by a mob in 1834 when Madame Delphine Lalaurie was rumored to have tortured her slaves. During Reconstruction it was the Lower Girl's High School and the site of...
    • Grandstand, Crescent City Track

    • Racetracks (Horse racing); Grandstands; Sports spectators;
    • 1905
    • Grandstand crowd at the Crescent City Park, adjacent to Oakland Park, New Shell Road near S. Metairie Road, New Orleans.
    • Exchange Alley

    • Architecture; Alleys; Balconies; Ironwork; Utility poles;
    • 1906
    • View of the 300 block of Exchange Alley, looking from Conti Street toward Bienville Street. The first sign on the left is for the American Printing House at number 332, and just behind it is the First City Court and the Constable's Office at...
    • 1915 Sophomore Class, Terrebonne High School, Houma, La.

    • Students;
    • 1915
    • Twenty-four cameo photographs of the members of the class. Pictured are: B. Bourgeois; Yvette St. Martin; Irene Jolet; L. Belanger; L. Dupre; B. Bourgeois; M. Daigle; A. Landry; L. Gaidry; L. St. Martin; E. Dupont, President; M. Chauvin, Vice...
    • 1915 Panaroma Staff, Terrebonne High School, Houma, La.

    • Students; Schools;
    • 1915
    • Copywork of photograph showing cameos of the nine students involved in a school publication, probably either a newspaper or yearbook, and also possibly should be named "Panorama". Pictured: L. Porche, Assistang Business Manager; H. Vaughn, Business...
    • 1915 Junior Class, Terrebonne High School, Houma La.

    • Students; Schools;
    • 1915
    • Copywork of photograph showing eighteen members of the Junior Class in 1915. Pictured: C. H. Dupont; W. Vaughn; E. Lockett; L. Dupont; O. Theriot, Secretary; A. LeCompte, President; M. LeCompte, Vice President; E. Miller, Treasurer; B. Bourg; L....
    • 1915 Faculty, Terrebonne High School, Houma, La.

    • Schools; School principals; Teachers;
    • 1915
    • Copywork of a photograph of the faculty of the school. Pictured: K. Bacot; M. DeBretton; J. Klingmann; E. Bailey; L. Aycock; M. Daspit; Bettie Porter; O. H. Breidenbach, Principal; C. A. Duval, Assistant Principal; A. J. Haibe; B. Porter; L....
    • Miss Percy Haswell

    • Religious articles; Crosses; Actresses
    • 1915-01-13
    • Woman wearing layered dress and scarf, holding a small cross or crucifix in folded hands, looking heavenward. Name "Miss Percy Haswell" scratched on back of negative.
    • New Orleans Female Orphan Asylum, Father and Communion

    • Girls; Orphans; Priests; Communion; Candles; Veils;
    • 1915-06-03
    • Four girls in white dresses and veils, each holding a tall candle with flowers, surrounding a seated priest wearing a surplice, holding his hat in his lap. Job #8132
    • [Girl in First Communion Outfit]

    • Girls; Communion; Religious articles; Umbrellas; Candles; Veils;
    • 1915-07-18
    • Girl in full First Communion white dress and veil, holding prayer book in left hand and long candle with bow in right hand. White parasol rests against stand on right side of girl. Job 8289; Customer Lucy Cambon, 733 Dante, New Orleans.
    • John M. Parker

    • Governors; Men; Political elections;
    • 1915-10-18
    • John Milliken Parker was born March 16, 1863, in Bethel Church, Mississippi, but the family moved to New Orleans in the 1870s. Founded the Parker-Hayes Co. wholesale grocery buisiness in 1884 and became a successful planter and businessman. ...
    • Lillian Dorrestein

    • Women; Fur garments; Hats
    • 1915-11-26
    • Young woman wearing white fur stole (possibly ermine) and matching hat in front of studio backdrop. Job #8678, Lillian Dorrestein, 4613 St. Charles Ave, New Orleans
    • Intersection Poydras and Delta Streets

    • Street railroad tracks; Warehouses; Cobblestone streets;
    • 1916-01-04
    • Photograph taken as evidence in a court case. Signs on building says "Jewel Tea Co." and "Rail Road Crossing / Stop Look Listen". Job No. 10177, customer Vincent Castigliola, 1923 Marais Street, New Orleans, "Plate of watchman at track corner of...
    • [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.
    • 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....
    • Capt. Coe, Daughter & Friends

    • Women; Costumes; Leis; Ukeleles;
    • 1917-02-21
    • Group of six women dressed Hawaiian style, wearing grass skirts, leis, flowers in their hair, and strumming ukeleles, some with their feet on stools. Job 10314, Capt. Coe, daughter & friends, Mardi Gras. City directory lists L. Allison Coe as a...
    • [Railroad Track]

    • Railroad tracks; Railroad ties;
    • 1917-03-13
    • 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".

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