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  • Subject: Architectural decorations & ornaments
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    • Pere Marquette Building

    • Buildings; Architecture; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • View of Pere Marquette Building, located on Baronne Street, commissioned by Western Waterproofing Company. Next door to the building on Baronne Street stands the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
    • Descriptions of the newly constructed churches in New Orleans in 1852.

    • Churches; Construction; Architects; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural & site components; Roofs; Roof trusses; Chandeliers; Stained glass; United States. Works Progress Administration of Louisiana
    • Text, September 18, 1852. Building Improvments. New Churches. Descriptions of the newly constructed churches of St. Joseph on Common Street, the Church of Saint Anne on St. Philip Street, the Church of the Holy Trinity on St. Ferdinand Street,...
    • United States Custom House

    • Customhouses; Government facilities; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural elements; Historic buildings; Automobiles; Pedestrians
    • View of a large government building in a neoclassical style incorporating Egyptian motifs on Canal Street.
    • United States Custom House

    • Customhouses; Government facilities; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural elements; Galleries (Rooms & spaces); Marble; Capitals (Columns); Columns; Historic buildings
    • ""View inside a high marble hall in a Canal Street government building, the coffered ceiling supported by fluted columns with composite capitals. A gallery of teller windows surrounds the space.""
    • United States Custom House

    • Customhouses; Government facilities; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural elements; Galleries (Rooms & spaces); Marble; Capitals (Columns); Columns; Historic buildings
    • ""Interior view of the marble hall of a Canal Street government building. Composite columns support a coffered ceiling, forming a gallery of teller windows around an open public space.""
    • Waud Sketchbook Number One

    • Sketchbooks
    • Sketchbook with leather cover having belonged to Alfred R. Waud. Inside cover is inscribed "Alfred R. Waud / London 1847." This sketch book may date from Waud's time as a student at the Government School of Design at Somerset House, London. ...
    • Exterior of the Strand

    • Theaters; Historic buildings; Commercial facilities; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • Close-up of the decorative dome atop the entrance to the Strand; Architectural details; marquee: Al Pachino, "Dog Day Afternoon"
    • Greater New Orleans Homestead

    • Architecture;Office buildings;Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • View of a four-story commercial building at the corner of Perdido and Carondelet Streets. Architectural details are italianate, though a portion of the street-level facade has been modified in the art deco taste. A sign reads ""Factors...
    • 322 Magazine Street

    • Architecture;Commercial facilities;Architectural decorations & ornaments;Office buildings
    • Client: Waguespack-Pratt Co. View of a brick building with architectural details such as ornamentation on the columns, between the ground and second floors and between the upper windows. The location is 322 Magazine Street.
    • Post Office

    • Post Offices; Public accommodation facilities; Patriotism; Flags; Banners; Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • ""View of a one-story brick-veneered public building set in a concrete parking lot at 36 Colonial Lane, Jefferson. Patriotic banners decorate the roofline. Photograph commissioned by Latter and Blum.""
    • Hotel De Ville, Paris

    • City & town halls; Historic buildings; Architectural & site components; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Municipal government; Government facilities
    • A view of the Hotel De Ville in Paris, France. This building serves as the city hall of Paris, France.

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