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esplanade, new orleans. love.

esplanade, new orleans. Oh bet that house has ghostly residents.

New Orleans circa 1937. "1133-1135 Chartres Street." Laundry day in the Quarter. by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

New Orleans circa 1937 - Laundry day in the Quarter by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

Melrose Mansion - French Quarter Hotel . Built in 1884 for the Lanaux family. The mansion was once owned by New Orleans club owner Sol Owens who used the building to house the girls in his conga line.

In the novel, DESIGNING STELLA: How I envisioned the Hotel Delphine (actually Melrose Mansion - French Quarter Hotel) where a tres romantique evening takes place.

"With all the secret passageways and hidden doors, the house feels like some kind of strange and whimsical wonderland. My four-year-old keeps asking if we can live here forever." -- Meghan McEwen, Designtripper. Courtyard, Race & Religious hotel, New Orleans.

New Orleans (Lower Garden District) - a version of this would be great for a patio a the crook of a two-story L-shaped house

A history of New Orleans local drugstore chain K and B

NOLA History: New Orleans' Corner Drugstore, K and B

A history of New Orleans local drugstore chain K and B