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    • Canal Str. west, from Clat statue

    • Street railroad tracks; Street railroads; Transportation;
    • Looking west down Canal Street from the neutral ground (median). Street car tracks run down the neutral ground that separates the two halves of the street. Street cars and horse drwan wagons are visible. Also trolleys.
    • Trolley

    • Street railroad employees; Street railroad tracks; Street railroads; Kirby Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Men; Uniforms
    • Three employees of the street car company pose at the Ryan St. and Kirby St. stop. This photo was a postcard. The man to the far left is Benson Vincent.
    • Ryan Street

    • Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Calcasieu Marine National Bank (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Automobiles; Street railroad tracks; Storefronts
    • A view of Ryan Street with storefronts and cars. Image is painted.
    • Ryan Street near the corner of Pujo Street

    • Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Carriages & coaches; Business districts; Banks; Street railroad tracks; Storefronts
    • Looking down Ryan Street near Pujo Street, before it was destroyed by the fire of 1910. Streetcar tracks down the center of the street. Eddy Bros. Dry Goods on the left. Horse drawn carriages line both sides of the street.
    • [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...
    • Old Absinthe House

    • Architecture; Bars; Ironwork; Utility poles; Advertisements; Street railroad tracks;
    • 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...
    • Chavanne Building

    • Historic buildings; Business districts; Automobiles; Street railroad tracks; Medical offices; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works
    • Chavanne building with automobile parked in front. Street car rails up to the front of the building. Doctor's office on second floor.
    • Ryan street

    • Business districts; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Storefronts; Street railroad tracks; Carriages & coaches;
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Ryan street, looking south towards the coulee from Pujo street. 1895." Knapp's Drug Store on the left.
    • Ryan Street - Lake Charles, La

    • Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Carriages & coaches; Street railroad tracks; Storefronts; Business districts; Postcards
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Ryan street near the corner of Pujo street - 1910 - This is yet the horse and buggy era. On the left - Eddy Brothers Dry Goods store. Wooden buildings destroyed by fire."
    • Confederate Memorial Hall

    • Galleries & museums; Monuments & memorials; Architecture; Cannons; Street railroad tracks;
    • 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.
    • Royal Street

    • Commercial streets; Street railroad tracks; Carts & wagons;
    • 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.
    • Ryan Street

    • Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Business districts; Architectural & site components--Louisiana--Lake Charles; Muller's Department Store (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Automobiles; Street railroad tracks
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Ryan street in 1915, looking south from a point just north of Muller's store. Not a horse to be seen."
    • Ryan Street, Lake Charles, La.

    • Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Carriages & coaches; Business districts; Banks; Storefronts; Street railroad tracks; Architectural & site components; Postcards
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Ryan street in 1907 was still in the horse and buggy era, and you could park horse, buggy or wagon any way and any where you desired. On the extreme left is Eddy Bros. store - the best dry goods store in town - now the site...
    • French Market

    • Markets; Carts & wagons; Street railroad tracks; Grocery stores; Bakeries; Awnings; Utility poles;
    • 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...
    • Ryan street in 1903, looking north

    • Horses; Carriages & coaches; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Street railroad tracks; Storefronts; Banks; Business districts; Photographic studios
    • Looking down Ryan St. in 1903. The Calcasieu Bank stands on the right. Horse drawn carriages on the left and right. A photographer's studio on the left.

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