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    • Washington Oak, Audubon Park

    • Oaks; Parks; Benches; Bridges; Spanish moss;
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    • View of Washington Oak, Audubon Park, with benches and a little bridge.
    • Vaccaro Brothers Tomb, Decorated

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fruit industry; Wreaths; Flowers;
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    • Floral wreaths and memorials in front of the Vaccaro Brothers tomb. Guiseppe and Felix Vaccaro founded the Standard Fruit Company in 1899.
    • Vaccaro Brothers Tomb, Decorated

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fruit industry; Wreaths; Flowers;
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    • Floral wreaths and memorials in front of the Vaccaro Brothers tomb. Guiseppe and Felix Vaccaro founded the Standard Fruit Company in 1899. Larger plate version of fbm000383.
    • 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.
    • Tulane Medical Building

    • Medical education; Monuments & memorials; Architecture;
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    • Located on Canal Street between N. Robertson and N. Villere, this building was designed by Thomas Scully and built in 1893. Above the entrance it reads: "Medical Department Tulane University of La.; Anno Domini MDCCCXCII; Richardson Memorial". A...
    • St. Roch's Chapel, Interior

    • Chapels; Shrines; Pews; Altars; Candles; Religious architectural elements; Religious articles;
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    • View or the interior of St. Roch's Chapel, St. Roch's Cemetery, New Orleans, from entrance toward the altar, with a row of pews on either side, and a stand for candles to the right. The altar includes a statue of St. Roch, including a dog, and a...
    • St. Roch's Chapel, Front

    • Cemeteries; Chapels; Religious architectural elements;
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    • View of front of St. Roch's Chapel, in St. Roch's Cemetery, New Orleans, with tombs on the left.
    • St. Roch's Chapel and Vaults, Rear

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Religious architectural elements;
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    • View of the rear of St. Roch's Chapel, St. Roch's Cemetery, New Orleans, with "oven vaults" on the right and tombs on the left.
    • St. Roch's Cemetery and Chapel

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Chapels; Crucifixes;
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    • View down the main road entering St. Roch's Cemetery, New Orleans, toward the crucifix and chapel, with tombs on both sides.
    • 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 Hotel Dome, Interior

    • Architecture; Hotels; Domes;
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    • Inside looking up toward the dome of the old St. Louis Hotel, 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 a hurricane damaged it further on...
    • 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.
    • St. Louis Hotel

    • Hotels; Street railroads; Architecture; Ironwork; Balconies;
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    • View from the corner of Royal and St. Louis streets, New Orleans. Also known as the Hotel Royal, 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.
    • St. Louis Hotel

    • Architecture; Hotels; Courtyards;
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    • Rear of the old St. Louis Hotel, 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 a hurricane damaged it further on September 30, 1915.
    • St. Louis Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
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    • Raised tombs in St. Louis Cemetery, New Orleans.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • St. Joseph's Convent

    • Convents; Religious orders; Popes; Churches; Architecture; Nuns;
    • 1922-11-28
    • Copywork of a framed collection of several photos relating to the convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph de Bourg, 2116 Ursulines Street, New Orleans. Job No. 24426.
    • St. Charles Avenue Methodist Church

    • Methodist churches; Architecture; Utility poles; Dwellings;
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    • Built in 1875 as the St. Charles Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, it was renamed Rayne Memorial Methodist Church in 1887. Located 3900 St. Charles Avenue, corner General Taylor Street.

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