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    • Old Beauregard House, Chartres Street

    • Architecture; Dwellings; Streets; Ironwork; Carriages & coaches;
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    • 1113 Chartres Street, New Orleans. Originally known as the Le Carpentier House and built in 1826, it also housed General P. G. T. Beauregard shortly after the Civil War. The writer Frances Parkinson Keyes later lived in it and constructed a...
    • Old Absinthe House

    • Architecture; Bars; Ironwork; Utility poles; Advertisements; Street railroad tracks;
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    • 240 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, built 1806. Sign at corner reads: "The Old Absinthe House, Established 1826". Ads for theaters on the right show Frank Lalor in "Coming Thro' the Rye" at the Tulane Theater, and Yorke & Adams in "Bankers and...
    • Chalmette Monument

    • Monuments; Battlefields; Men; Boys;
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    • A group of men and boys, possibly from a school, gathered at the base of the Chalmette Monument, which honors the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812.
    • Avenue of Oaks

    • Oaks
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    • A line of live oak trees along a field, place unknown.
    • Avenue of Oaks

    • Oaks;
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    • A line of live oaks on the edge of a field, location unknown.
    • [Oak Tree]

    • Oaks; Benches; Parks;
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    • A live oak tree in a park, probably Audubon Park, New Orleans.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Negro Hut on Levee

    • Women; Afro-Americans; Dwellings; Country life; Boats; Waterfronts;
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    • African-American woman sitting on a plank walkway to residence on the waterfront. Same scene as fbm000542, with fewer people in it.
    • Negro Hut on Levee;

    • Afro-Americans; Dogs; Dwellings; Country life; Waterfronts; Boats;
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    • African-American woman, man, and children sitting on a plank walkway to residence on the waterfront. Same scene as fbm000399, but with more people.
    • Confederate Memorial Hall

    • Galleries & museums; Monuments & memorials; Architecture; Cannons; Street railroad tracks;
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    • Also known as the Confederate Musuem, located at 929 Camp Street, New Orleans, designed by Thomas Sully and Albert Toledano and built in 1891. Howard Memorial Library is to the left.
    • St. Louis Hotel

    • Hotels; Architecture;
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    • Also known as the Hotel Royal, New Orleans, built by Jacques Nicholas Bussie de Pouilly in 1839. The building deteriorated and was torn down after it was damaged in a hurricane in September 1915.
    • Haunted House, Royal Street, Doorway

    • Haunted houses; Architectural elements; Ironwork; Doors & doorways;
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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Negro Hut, Country

    • Couples; Afro-Americans; Dwellings; Utility poles; Country life; Fences;
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    • An African-American man and woman standing on plank walkway outside fence surrounding their property. House is behind the fence, with another house further back. Ditch full of water in front of fence.
    • Negro Hut

    • Men; Afro-Americans; Dwellings; Fences; Trees; Bowler hats; Country life;
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    • An African-American man, dressed in suit, tie, overcoat, and derby hat, standing in front of rural residence, surrounded by wooden fence.
    • French Tile Roof

    • Architecture; Dwellings; Roofs; Tiles;
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    • An example of the old tile roofs used on structures in the French Quarter, New Orleans. Contrary to the photographer's description, these are Spanish in origin.
    • French Market Interior

    • Markets; Farm produce; Men; Boys; Bags; Barrels; Columns;
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    • An inside gallery at the French Market, with columns on the left and three men and two boys amidst sacks on the right.
    • Old Spanish Courtyard, 913 Royal Street

    • Architecture; Courtyards; Slave quarters; Dwellings; Plants; Laundry;
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    • An old courtyard in the French Quarter, facing away from the house, with lush foliage all around, brick walkways, slave quarters on the right, a cistern in the back and laundry hanging from the balcony.
    • Old Spanish Courtyard, 913 Royal Street

    • Architecture; Courtyards; Slave quarters; Dwellings; Plants
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    • An old courtyard in the French Quarter, facing the house, with lush foliage all around, brick walkways, and slave quarters on the left

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