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Exchange Alley in 1912; then called Exchange Place a thriving commercial center

Exchange Alley in then called Exchange Place a thriving commercial center

Cotton Exchange

Elephant in Tiger Skin: Old Photos of New Orleans (& LA) old cotton exchange 1900 Louisiana

New Orleans circa 1937. “Dumaine Street at Bourbon.” Momma’s balcony scene. 8x10 inch safety negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston. Tumblr

Uneeda Baby: 1937 New Orleans circa "Dumaine Street at Bourbon. inch safety negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

Canal Street 1957.  My mom would walk from our house to Canal Street.  She would pay her electric bill on Camp St. and we would shop on Canal street for clothes and shoes.  We walked the length of Canal Street Downtown all the way to the Ferry on the river.

The "neutral ground" on Canal Street, photographed here in the was once a division between the downtown Creole neighborhoods and the uptown American sector. Courtesy of the Louisiana Division/City Archives, New Orleans Public Library

Armory for hospital unit inside Jackson Barracks 1940

Armory for hospital unit inside Jackson Barracks 1940

Contructing gutters to pave Delery St 15 May 1940; next to Jackson Barracks

Contructing gutters to pave Delery St 15 May next to Jackson Barracks

Could only imagine how hot it was in that attire.

New Orleans 1850 . I believe it is closer to due to style. And of course the photograpic equipment needed to capture a street scene

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Opening Day, Openness

Vintage New Orleans - Canal Street - 1956 Photo by Alexander Allison

Vintage New Orleans - Canal Street - 1956 Photo by Alexander Allison

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