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    • Greenwood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Greenwood Plantation;Columns, Doric;Entablatures;
    • Detail of columns, cornice, frieze and architrave. c.1830. Owned by Charles Lewis Mathews (1824-1864) and wife Penelope Stewart (d. 1897) of Woodville, Mississippi.
    • Bank building

    • Architectural drawings; Buildings; Architectural elements; Banks
    • Camp Street, New Orleans, LA, Canal Bank, building. Elevation of 15 light window, and section of window architrave and window sill detail. Signed, Gallier and Esterbrook, May 21, 1858
    • Municipal Hall

    • Architectural drawings; Buildings; City & town halls
    • St. Charles Street, New Orleans, LA. Municipal Hall (City Hall, now Gallier Hall), building. Front door elevation showing recessed panels, architrave with two bands of egg-and-dart molding, and lintel supported by decorated brackets supporting...
    • Armoire

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    • Walnut and cherry armoire with paneled doors. The cornice is composed of a cavetto and a cyma molding. The cornice is doweled into the top of the case on the sides with two dowels on each side. It consists of four rails. The back rail is set...
    • Greenwood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Greenwood Plantation;Columns, Doric;
    • Detail of columns, cornice, frieze and architrave. c.1830. Photo includes woman on gallery. Owned by Charles Lewis Mathews (1824-1864) and wife Penelope Stewart (d. 1897) of Woodville, Mississippi.
    • Greenwood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Greenwood Plantation;Columns, Doric;Entablatures;
    • Detail of columns, cornice, frieze and architrave. c.1830. Owned by Charles Lewis Mathews (1824-1864) and wife Penelope Stewart (d. 1897) of Woodville, Mississippi.
    • Greenwood Plantation

    • Historic buildings;Architecture, Domestic;Plantations--Louisiana--Greenwood Plantation;Columns, Doric;Entablatures;
    • Detail of columns, cornice, frieze and architrave. c.1830. Owned by Charles Lewis Mathews (1824-1864) and wife Penelope Stewart (d. 1897) of Woodville, Mississippi.
    • Bookcase

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    • Bookcase with two full-length doors. The case consists of four tulip poplar boards butt joined and nailed together. The back is six vertical poplar boards tongue and groove joined. The four original poplar shelves are nailed through the exterior of...

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