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    • Fac-Try-Lyk Auto Paint Company

    • Automobiles; Paints & varnishes; Advertising;
    • Car painted with Fac-Try-Lyk paint outside a United Cigar Store, with man standing beside it. Windshield has several signs on it and a row of cans of paint on top of the hood. Man could be either Mr. Thibodeaux or Patrick W. Brennan, owner. ...
    • Begue's Restaurant, Madison Street

    • Restaurants; Balconies; Ironwork;
    • The exterior of Hypolite Begue's restaurant on Madison Street in the French Quarter, New Orleans. Above the door it reads "H. Begue" and a sign says "Begue's Restaurant Upstairs" with a finger pointing.
    • French Market Interior

    • Markets; Farm produce; Men; Boys; Bags; Barrels; Columns;
    • An inside gallery at the French Market, with columns on the left and three men and two boys amidst sacks on the right.
    • [Inside Printing Shop]

    • Stoves; Printing presses; Printing industry;
    • Interior of a printing shop facing windows, with a Franklin stove in the center and a couple of presses in the background, with lots of items posted on the walls.
    • Fac-Try-Lyk Auto Paint Company

    • Automobiles; Paints & varnishes; Advertising;
    • Rear of car with sign advertising Fac-Try-Lyk Auto Paint, with a man standing to the side. Man could be either "Mr. Thibodeaux" or Patrick W. Brennan, owner. Sign says: "Half of this car is painted with one coat of Fac-Try-Lyk Auto Paint on bare...
    • [Railroad Track]

    • Railroad tracks; Railroad ties;
    • Closeup of fbm000330, showing cable connecting sunken tie to the track. Job 10,391, John E. Mahoney, March 13, 1917. Mahoney is listed in the New Orleans city directories 1916-18 as a "switchman" or "motorman".
    • [Railroad Track]

    • Railroad tracks; Railroad ties;
    • Closeup of fbm000330, showing tie in the ground and cable connecting it to the track. Job 10,391, John E. Mahoney, March 13, 1917. Mahoney is listed in the New Orleans city directories 1916-18 as a "switchman" or "motorman".
    • [Inside Printing Shop]

    • Printing presses; Printing industry;
    • Line of several printing presses, which were made by the Chandler & Price Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Tables have several boxes of Emboso powder and a half-empty bottle of liquor.
    • [Railroad Track]

    • Railroad tracks; Railroad ties;
    • Closeup of fbm000330, showing the track without the tie and cable. Job 10,391, John E. Mahoney, March 13, 1917. Mahoney is listed in the New Orleans city directories 1916-18 as a "switchman" or "motorman".
    • [Railroad Tracks]

    • Railroad switching; Railroad tracks; Railroad freight cars; Fences; Utility poles;
    • View of a long stretch of railroad out in the country, with a small building and freight car on a side track to the left. In the foreground is a railroad tie sunken into the ground with a cable attaching it to the track. Job 10,391, John E....
    • Loading Moss on the River

    • Levees; Steamboats; Carts & wagons; Horses; Afro-Americans; Spanish moss; Cotton; Laborers;
    • Two horse-drawn wagons loaded with spanish moss and workers tending to them. The steamboat in the background is the "William Garig".

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