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    • 300-block St. Charles Ave.

    • Architecture;Commercial facilities;Architectural decorations & ornaments;Commercial streets
    • View of a two-story commercial building constructed in the beaux-arts style of dark masonry with applied terra-cotta decoration. The street level houses a clothing retailer. The upper levels of the Whitney Building are visible at left background.
    • 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.
    • 7332 Canal Boulevard

    • Architecture;Dwellings;Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • Exterior view of a one-story house located on Canal Boulevard. There is a semi-circular balcony with elaborate leaf-shaped carvings on the railing above the doorway of the house. Six windows are visible from floor to ceiling in the front of the...
    • [822 Perdido Bldg.]

    • Architectural decorations & ornaments;Facades;Office buildings
    • Client: O.H. Kuebel (probably.) View of the facade of the 822 Perdido Building. 816-18 is the Waguespack-Pratt Realtors. Maurice Pailet Realtors appear to be housed in with the Hellman Realty Company at 820 Perdido.
    • Agriculture Statue from Cotton Exchange

    • Sculpture; Women; Architectural decorations & ornaments
    • View of a statue depicting the allegorical figure of Agriculture, a bare-breasted, classically-draped, reclining female figure holding a cornucopia and resting next to carved cotton plants and a beehive. The statue is shown shortly after its...
    • Agriculture Statue Showing Hand Broken Off

    • Sculpture; Women; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Demolitions
    • View shows a statue of a partially draped, bare-breasted female figure, reclining amid rubble from the demolition of the second Cotton Exchange building (1883-1919) at 231 Carondelet Street in the Central Business District. According to a Daily...
    • Audubon Building

    • Commercial facilities; Commercial streets; Storefronts; Architecture; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Stores & shops
    • View of an eight-story commercial building in the Beaux-Arts style at 927-31 Canal Street. Storefronts include Baker's Shoes, Miller-Wohl, and Mode O' Dry. Photograph commissioned by the Waguespack-Pratt Company.
    • Clegg Building

    • Architectural decorations & ornaments; Buildings; Architecture; Temples
    • ""View of a classically-styled building at 327 St. Charles Avenue, bounded on the left by the Masonic Temple Building and on the right by The United Fruit Company. Signage in the transom reads """"Kerr Steamship Company, Inc."""".""
    • Creation

    • Arches; Architectural decorations & ornaments;Plazas;Stereographs; Fairs;
    • "Creation" amusement ride at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. The following information is from -- 50¢ adult admission (25¢ children) Designed by Henry Roltair, called "Roltair's Creation" Full 'trip' could take two hours Boat trip around the 'big...
    • Creation

    • Arches; Architectural decorations & ornaments;Plazas; Fairs;
    • "Creation" amusement ride at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. The following information is from -- 50¢ adult admission (25¢ children) Designed by Henry Roltair, called "Roltair's Creation" Full 'trip' could take two hours Boat trip around the 'big...

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