Canal Street at Night
Title:
Canal Street at Night
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
This impressive street, America's widest business thoroughfare, is 171 feet across and separates the "old" from the "New" Orleans.


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Cotton on the Levee
Title:
Cotton on the Levee
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Lee Circle, Showing Library and Shriners Temple
Title:
Lee Circle, Showing Library and Shriners Temple
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Alfred S. Amer & Company, Ltd.



Canal Street, The Shopper's Paradise
Title:
Canal Street, The Shopper's Paradise
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Public Cotton Warehouses & Terminal
Title:
Public Cotton Warehouses & Terminal
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Owned and operated by State of Louisiana through the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans. Cost: $3,500,000.00 Capacity 425,000 bales of cotton. Largest and most complete cotton handling and storage plant in the world. "Get the habit, eat Brer Rabbit"



Famous Old French Market
Title:
Famous Old French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
French Market has been used as a food trading place ever since the founding of New Orleans over two centuries ago. To visitors its cosmopolitan groups of people from almost every nation and its picturesque surroundings offer great attraction. It is one of New Orleans' most famous spots.


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Canal Street the great white way of the South, as many as fifty thousand people gather here within a distance of five blocks during any festivities, such as Mardi-Gras, and New Year's Eve. Beautification just completed, at a cost of three-and-a-half million dollars.



French Market
Title:
French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
This Market is built on the same site the Indians used for trading purposes before the coming of the white men to this State.


Canal Street - The Main Retail Shopping Center
Title:
Canal Street - The Main Retail Shopping Center
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Length 4 1/2 miles straight course



New Post Office
Title:
New Post Office
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Royal Street
Title:
Royal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Looking toward Canal Street, in the heart of the Vieux Carre, or Old Quarter, still retains the atmosphere of early New Orleans. Many famous antique stores are found in this street.



Carondelet Street
Title:
Carondelet Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Key to "The Wall Street of New Orleans": 1-City Bank Branch, Whitney Central Trust and Savings Bank; 2-Newman Saunders and Co.; 3-New Orleans Bank and Trust Co.; 4-Hibernia Bank and Trust Co.; 5-New Orleans Cotton Exchange; 6-Marine Bank and Trust Co.; 7-Arcade Entrance, Canal Bank and Trust Co.; 8-New Orleans Branch, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; 9-New Orleans Stock Exchange, Gravier near Carondelet Street; 10-American Bank and Trust Co.


Jackson Barracks
Title:
Jackson Barracks
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1929 Jun-21

Description:
New Orleans' Most Modern - 700 Outside Rooms - 700 Baths - Absolutely Fireproof - Ideally Located - Servidor Service.


Bird's Eye View of New Orleans, Showing Crescent Formed by Mississippi River
Title:
Bird's Eye View of New Orleans, Showing Crescent Formed by Mississippi River
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



French Market
Title:
French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border

Description:
This Market is built on the same site the Indians used for trading purposes before the coming of the white men to this State.


New Orleans Country Club
Title:
New Orleans Country Club
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



The Beautiful Hotel Grunewald
Title:
The Beautiful Hotel Grunewald
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
One of the most up-to-date and finest hotels in the U.S.


Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Canal Street by Night
Title:
Canal Street by Night
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Canal Street recently given a $3,500,000 beauty treatment is considered one of the four best illuminated streets in the nation.


Mardi Gras Parade
Title:
Mardi Gras Parade
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
One of the several hundred floats seen in the annual Mardi Gras festival parade at New Orleans. Thousands of visitors flock to the Creole City to view this magnificent spectacle every year.



Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
1500 Block on famed Canal Street. America's Most Interesting City. 700 Outside Rooms, each with Bath. Home of the Famous Cotillion Lounge. Sheltered garage. Entire First Floor Air-Conditioned including Coffee Shop and Cocktail Lounge. Spacious Lobby, Tulane Room, Meeting Rooms, Barber Shop, etc. Convenient to Business District. Sensible Rates.


New Charity Hospital
Title:
New Charity Hospital
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
The new Charity Hospital, constructed at a cost of $12,500,00 is one of the most outstanding medical structures in the United States, providing the most modern of hospital facilities.



Charity Hospital
Title:
Charity Hospital
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
On Tulane Avenue and Howard Street, stands this great institute of medical research, one of the largest in the nation with thousands of patients always enrolled. It was founded over 150 years ago, and from year to year new wards and clinics have been added by generous philanthropists. it draws the sick from all over the south.


St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Tulane University - Gibson Hall
Title:
Tulane University - Gibson Hall
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


The Monteleone Hotel - Sky Terrace
Title:
The Monteleone Hotel - Sky Terrace
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format



The Monteleone Hotel - Sky Terrace
Title:
The Monteleone Hotel - Sky Terrace
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1966 Mar-13


Governor House Motor Hotel, Canal Street
Title:
Governor House Motor Hotel, Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Governor House Motor Hotel, Canal Street
Title:
Governor House Motor Hotel, Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



The Monteleone - Largest Hotel in the Fabulous French Quarter
Title:
The Monteleone - Largest Hotel in the Fabulous French Quarter
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This is the Sky Terrace atop the Monteleone, largest hotel in New Orleans' fabulous French Quarter. The swimming pool is heated for year-round use, and there is a putting green, wasing pool, the 9-to-5 Bar. and the elegant Sky Lite Lounge on the Terrace. Here, you can also enjoy a most magnificent view of the city, the Mississippi River, and the French Quarter. 800 beautiful rooms with television.


Governor House
Title:
Governor House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
On World Famous Canal Street 1630 Canal at Caliborne/Telephone 524-4241/Area Code 504 New Orleans, Louisiana 70112 Rooftop, Pool-side Lounge - Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Color TV, music, radio in every room - Ice cubes on each floor plus prompt room service - Indoor Parking - Governor House will arrange tours for you. Limousine pickup service to and from New Orleans International Airport- One minute from central business section, theatres, the French Quarter - Beautiful Garden Patios 0 Your dial telephone has a light signal that shows when mail or messages await you at the desk.



The Monteleone Hotel - Sky Terrace
Title:
The Monteleone Hotel - Sky Terrace
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This impressive street, America's widest business thoroughfare, is 171 feet across, and separates the "Old" from the "New" Orleans.



Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral
Title:
Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Brennan's French Restaurant - Patio
Title:
Brennan's French Restaurant - Patio
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Court of Two Sisters
Title:
Court of Two Sisters
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Fontainbleau Motor Hotel
Title:
Fontainbleau Motor Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1967 Mar-6

Description:
Tulane Avenue at Carrollton - Patio Living in the heart of gay, carefree New Orleans - that's your reward for staying at the Fontainbleau, the South's largest and finest motor hotel. Swim all day in three beautiful free form pools, or dance the night away under swaying palms. 494 exquisitely furnished rooms and suites, and only five minutes from the French Quarter and the shopping district. And the food - Voila! C'est Magnifique! U.S. Highways 51-61-65-90 and 11 pass our door.


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Lee Monument
Title:
Lee Monument
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-31

Description:
106 feet high and cost $40,000.


Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This building was erected in the year 1891 and is the headquarters of the Masonic Fraternity of Louisiana.



Hotel De Soto
Title:
Hotel De Soto
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


Lafayette Square
Title:
Lafayette Square
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-7



In the French Quarter
Title:
In the French Quarter
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


French Opera House
Title:
French Opera House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Lake Scene, City Park
Title:
Lake Scene, City Park
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910 May-23


Lafayette Square
Title:
Lafayette Square
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Panorama of New Orleans, LA
Title:
Panorama of New Orleans, LA
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Nov-19


St. Charles Avenue
Title:
St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Spanish Cabildo
Title:
Spanish Cabildo
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Court Yard at Pat O'Brien's
Title:
The Court Yard at Pat O'Brien's
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
718 St. Peter Street - Site of first Spanish Theatre in United States. Built in 1792.



Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Jung Hotel, 1500 Canal St.
Title:
Jung Hotel, 1500 Canal St.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
"New Orleans' Newest Hotel" 700 Outside Rooms -- 700 Baths -- Absolutely Fireproof Servidor Service -- Running Ice Water -- Ceiling Fans -- Automobile Parking Grounds -- Two Restaurants -- Roof Ballroom



La Louisiane
Title:
La Louisiane
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Sherwood Motel
Title:
Sherwood Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1962 Oct-6


St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1922 Apr-17



The Little Theater
Title:
The Little Theater
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1934 Aug-6

Description:
The Little Theater with a membership of bearly 3,000 has a nation wide reputation. it is located at 616 St. Peter Street and forms the center of the Art Colony, a prominent feature in the life of New Orleans.


A Residence on St. Charles Avenue
Title:
A Residence on St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
New Orleans has many beautiful homes. This picture was taken in January - there is a wide variety of trees, palms and tropical foliage grown in this climate.



View of Canal Street
Title:
View of Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Chartres STreet
Title:
Chartres STreet
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



French Market
Title:
French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
This Market is built on the same site the Indians used for trading purposes before the coming of the white men to this State.


Loading Bananas
Title:
Loading Bananas
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Ferry Crossing
Title:
Ferry Crossing
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
One of the fourteen ferries that cross the Mississippi River at New Orleans. Here the river is one half mile wide and the crossing is made in five minutes.


Quaint View in Court Yard, Old French Quarters
Title:
Quaint View in Court Yard, Old French Quarters
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Bird's Eye View of New Orleans, LA
Title:
Bird's Eye View of New Orleans, LA
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Showing the historical French Quarters.


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-23



Mississippi River Packet
Title:
Mississippi River Packet
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


The "Mastodon" Southern Pacific Railway Barge
Title:
The "Mastodon" Southern Pacific Railway Barge
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1913 Aug-16



Palm and Oak, City Park
Title:
Palm and Oak, City Park
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


The Rex Pageant, Mardi Gras
Title:
The Rex Pageant, Mardi Gras
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Margaret Monument and Park
Title:
Margaret Monument and Park
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Margaret Haughery monument; female orphan asylum in background, Camp Street at Prytania Street.


Union Passenger Terminal
Title:
Union Passenger Terminal
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



The Roosevelt Hotel
Title:
The Roosevelt Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Pontchartrain Beach and Amusement Area
Title:
Pontchartrain Beach and Amusement Area
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Pontchartrain Beach and Amusement Park
Title:
Pontchartrain Beach and Amusement Park
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Colonial Hotel Courts
Title:
Colonial Hotel Courts
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Canal Street by Night
Title:
Canal Street by Night
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


The Pearl
Title:
The Pearl
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen



Lusher Hotel Court
Title:
Lusher Hotel Court
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Typical Dock Scene
Title:
Typical Dock Scene
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1918 Jan-30



Moisant International Airport
Title:
Moisant International Airport
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Passenger terminal building New Orleans, Louisiana This beautiful and ultra-modern structure of concrete, steel and glass was completed in 1960. Within its 304,000 square feet of floor space are all conveniences for today's traveller. S. Crocker Co., Inc.


The Chateau Motor Hotel
Title:
The Chateau Motor Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
THE CHATEAU MOTOR HOTEL 1001 Chartres Street The newest Motor Hotel in the famous French Quarter. Elegant French furnishings and decor designed for comfort and convenience. Capturing all the Old World charm of the Vieux Carre. Near world famous restaurants, Jackson Square and the French Market. Swimming pool, patio, free parking.



Illini Motel Courts
Title:
Illini Motel Courts
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Antoine's
Title:
Antoine's
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
A Famous Restaurant for Over a Hundred Years - 713-725 St. Louis Street, Between Royal and Bourbon Streets. Established 1840.



Lobby, Hotel Monteleone
Title:
Lobby, Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
The magnificent Monteleone is the largest hotel in the fabulous French Quarter. The sumptuous expanse of Italian marble provides an appropriate setting for the imported crystal chandeliers and the antique grandfather clock, hand-carved in The Monteleone's cabinet shop in 1909.


The Roosevelt Hotel
Title:
The Roosevelt Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Looking Along Canal Street
Title:
Looking Along Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
America's widest business thoroughfare.


The Provincial Motel
Title:
The Provincial Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
PROVINCIAL MOTEL 1024 Chartres St., French Quarter This completely modern motel is actually in the heart of the old Quarter, just a few steps from historic Jackson Square. It captures the elegance and charm of the centuries-old French buildings and patios that surround it, and combines such modern conveniences as pool and parking lot.



New Charity Hospital
Title:
New Charity Hospital
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Avalon Motor Hotel
Title:
Avalon Motor Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1948 Oct-28



Canal Street at Night
Title:
Canal Street at Night
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1935 Nov-7


Dining in the Court of Two Sisters
Title:
Dining in the Court of Two Sisters
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome

Description:
Dining in the Court of Two Sisters, one of New Orleans famous eating places located in the French Quarter.



Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
America's widest business thoroughfare at night. Koppel Color Cards


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1955 Mar-31



Louisiana State University, New Orleans - Library
Title:
Louisiana State University, New Orleans - Library
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Pat O'Brien's
Title:
Pat O'Brien's
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Pat O'Brien's Bar
Title:
Pat O'Brien's Bar
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Have Fun at Pat O'Brien's, Home of the famous Hurricane Punch". Located in the heart of New Orleans' "Vieux Carre," in the building and courtyard erected in 1791 as the first Spanish Theatre in the United States. 718 St. Peter Street


Tombstone of Albert Sidney Johnton, A General in the Confederate Army
Title:
Tombstone of Albert Sidney Johnton, A General in the Confederate Army
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Real Photo



Levee Scene
Title:
Levee Scene
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border


Group of Fine Residences, Garden District
Title:
Group of Fine Residences, Garden District
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
four pictures



French Market
Title:
French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1924 Dec-20


The Crescent City, Showing Crescent in the Mississippi River
Title:
The Crescent City, Showing Crescent in the Mississippi River
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1924 Oct-24

Description:
This view shows the crescent in the Mississippi River; also Algiers, which is one of the wards of New Orleans.



French Market
Title:
French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


The Spanish Cabildo
Title:
The Spanish Cabildo
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Jackson Monument and St. Louis Cathedral
Title:
Jackson Monument and St. Louis Cathedral
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
This is the Broadway of the South. One of the oldest streets in the world. Has five street car tracks and two driveways.Is the principal retail street.



French Opera House
Title:
French Opera House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Price's Restaurant
Title:
Price's Restaurant
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



View of Canal Street
Title:
View of Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-4


Sugar on the Levee
Title:
Sugar on the Levee
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



The Restaurant Antoine: Oysters A La Rockefeller
Title:
The Restaurant Antoine: Oysters A La Rockefeller
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Roy Louis Alciatore Present Proprietor Roy L. Alciatore, son of Jules and grandson of Antoine Alciatore, is sampling the millionth order. The recipe is a sacred family secret.


St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-7



The Cabildo
Title:
The Cabildo
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-14


The Country Club
Title:
The Country Club
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Old Absinthe House - Stairway
Title:
Old Absinthe House - Stairway
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1958 Mar-19


Mr. Pat Waters Club My-O-My
Title:
Mr. Pat Waters Club My-O-My
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Gay Interest World's Most Beautiful Boys in Women's Attire



Lugger Landing
Title:
Lugger Landing
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Metairie Cemetery
Title:
Metairie Cemetery
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Adolph Selige Pub. Co.



Awaiting Their Turn at the Cotton Gin
Title:
Awaiting Their Turn at the Cotton Gin
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Inner Court of Residence in the French Quarter
Title:
Inner Court of Residence in the French Quarter
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The U. S. Mint
Title:
The U. S. Mint
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


French Opera House
Title:
French Opera House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Part of Main Dining Room, Kolb's Tavern
Title:
Part of Main Dining Room, Kolb's Tavern
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Pat O'Brien's
Title:
Pat O'Brien's
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Real Photo unused



Louisiana Superdome
Title:
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Continental Chrome PM 1982


Southern Pine Home, Southern Pine Association
Title:
Southern Pine Home, Southern Pine Association
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
A complete home built throughout of Southern Pine. Ask us for information on Southern Pine, "The wood of service."



River Steamers at Levee
Title:
River Steamers at Levee
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


New St. Charles Hotel
Title:
New St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


French Market
Title:
French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1910 Apr-20



Charity Hospital
Title:
Charity Hospital
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



St. Charles Avenue
Title:
St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


The Cabildo, Spanish Prison
Title:
The Cabildo, Spanish Prison
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1911 May-27



Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This is a view of Canal Street, looking North-West. Canal Street is the Broadway of New Orleans for it is on this thoroughfare that the principal department stores, clothing establishments and other retail stores are located. Every street car line in the city is either operated on or across Canal, thus making it an easy matter for strangers to find their hotels, the shopping district etc. The twelve story building to the right is the Madison Blanche, one of the finest department stores in the South.


Panorama of New Orleans
Title:
Panorama of New Orleans
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Showing the crescent shaped Mississippi River, whence the city was called "Crescent City."



U.S.O. Club
Title:
U.S.O. Club
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Twins Motel
Title:
Twins Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1960 Oct-9


Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans
Title:
Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
A day of unrestrained people at play; the greatest free show in the United States. New Orleans, City of Enchantment.



Moisant International Airport - Main Lobby
Title:
Moisant International Airport - Main Lobby
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Royal Sonesta Hotel
Title:
Royal Sonesta Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Continental Chrome unused


Tamanaca Downtown Motel
Title:
Tamanaca Downtown Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1725 Tulane Avenue - Closest to Heart of Famous Canal Street and French Quarter - Thermostatically controlled heating and air conditioning - Ice Water - Radio and Television in every room - Food, Beverage and Room Service - Free Ice Cubes - Swimming Pool - Sheltered Parking - Banquet and Meeting Rooms - Elevators.



Corner in Dining Room, New Hotel Monteleone
Title:
Corner in Dining Room, New Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


Lobby, New Hotel Monteleone
Title:
Lobby, New Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Young Men's Christian Association, on Lee Circle
Title:
Young Men's Christian Association, on Lee Circle
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen



The Roosevelt Hotel
Title:
The Roosevelt Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


New Hotel Monteleone
Title:
New Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Contains 660 rooms; is located in the center of the city's activities; convenient to all railway terminals, theatres, and Vieux Carre. Rates moderate.



St. Charles Avenue
Title:
St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-28


Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Title:
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Old French houses in New Orleans Any time you feel the desire for good-things-to-wear hurry in here. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are waiting for you; and a lot of other good stuff. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes



New Orleans Jazz Band, Court of Two Sisters
Title:
New Orleans Jazz Band, Court of Two Sisters
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
New Orleans is the birthplace of jazz. Pictures is the well known Frog Man Band, one of the m any that keeps the French Quarter alive all night. Pictured in the foreground is the Court of Two Sisters Captain flaming the famous dessert Sherry Jubilee.


Al Hirt's
Title:
Al Hirt's
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Al Hirt's Bourbon and St. Louis Streets.



Bourbon Street
Title:
Bourbon Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking down the famous Bourbon Street where tourists go slumming to see gay, daring and risque entertainment and to listen to the music in the home of Dixieland Jazz.


Rooftop Pool, Royal Orleans Hotel
Title:
Rooftop Pool, Royal Orleans Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
La Riviera Rooftop pool, le spot cool, top of the glamorous Royal Orleans Hotel in the heart of the French Quarter. Exciting view of the old Quarter and sweeping view of the harbor. Royal Orleans has 400 air-conditioned luxury rooms. Hotel Corporation of America.



The Ponchartrain Hotel
Title:
The Ponchartrain Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Our new California Suite blends the flair of light Contemporary design with rich textures of traditional furnishings to offer a decor of both contrast and harmony. St. Charles at Josephine.


The Cabildo
Title:
The Cabildo
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Framed through the iron gates of Jackson Square, the Cabildo is one of the most famous places in the New Orleans French Quarter. Erected in 1795, it has had an important part in Louisiana history and culture ever since. Seat of the Spanish government in Louisiana, it was the scene of the transfer of Louisiana from Spain to France and from France to the United States in 1803. Today it is the Louisiana State Museum and its vast halls are filled with curious relics of the state's past, as well as important paintings and documents connected with its history. New Orleans - America's most interesting city.



Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Fort Pike and Rigolets Bridge
Title:
Fort Pike and Rigolets Bridge
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen

Description:
One of the numerous forts in the vicinity of New Orleans is located on the Old Spanish Trail (US 90). The land was reserved for military purposes under executive order dated February 9, 1842. Recently restored and beautified and converted into a state park. In the background is the toll-free span over the Rigolets, noted fishing resort, which connects Lake Borgne and Lake Pontchartrain. Although located about 35 miles from Canal Street, Rigolets is within the corporate limits of the City of New Orleans.



Huey P. Long Bridge
Title:
Huey P. Long Bridge
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Allen's Tourist Court
Title:
Allen's Tourist Court
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1941 Nov-15

Description:
U.S. 90. 5 Mi. East of Business Section, New Orleans, La. Approved AAA Court



Kolb's
Title:
Kolb's
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1940 Aug-21

Description:
A cosmopolitan restaurant catering to all tastes. St. Charles near Canal Street. This card comes to you from Kolb's, the restaurant with an individuality, famous for serving epicurean dishes of every nationality, since 1899. Some of our employees have been continuously in our service for over thirty years.


The Roosevelt Hotel
Title:
The Roosevelt Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1936 Oct-22



Pete Fountain's French Quarter Inn
Title:
Pete Fountain's French Quarter Inn
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1965 Jun-30

Description:
One of the plushest and most popular clubs in New Orleans is the French Quarter Inn - Its elegant brick and wrought iron facade occupying a prominent corner on the fabled, fabulous Bourbon Street. The proprietor and main attraction is jazz clarinetist Pete Fountain who entertains nightly.


Antoine's Restaurant, Established in 1840
Title:
Antoine's Restaurant, Established in 1840
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1967 Mar-03

Description:
713 St. Louis St. The Oldest French Restaurant in New Orleans In The Heart of the Vieux Carre. Roy L. Alciatore, Prop.



Canal Street Looking West
Title:
Canal Street Looking West
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


New Court House
Title:
New Court House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Canal Street Looking East
Title:
Canal Street Looking East
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Canal Street, 170 feet wide, one of the widest central business throroughfares in the world, got its name from the fact that in olden days a big drainage canal ran down the center of it, and it marked the upper limits of the old city two centuries ago, with the ramparts along the edge of the canal and forts as terminals.


Canal Street, Looking East
Title:
Canal Street, Looking East
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Main Lobby, Hibernia Bank and Trust Company
Title:
Main Lobby, Hibernia Bank and Trust Company
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
The Main Banking Room of the Hibernia Bank & Trust Company is finished in Tavernelle marble and American walnut and covers an area of one-half acre. The forty-two cages and three entrances are of appropriately decorated bronze. The subdued gold of the ceiling adds the necessary warmth to the color scheme. The Bank has 300 employees and total resources of $60,000,000.


Praline Seller
Title:
Praline Seller
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1937



The Little Theater
Title:
The Little Theater
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1938 Jan-11

Description:
The Little Theater with a membership of nearly 3,000 has a nation-wide reputation. It is located at 616 St. Peter Street and forms the center of the Art Colony, a prominent feature in the life of old New Orleans.


Three Oaks Plantation
Title:
Three Oaks Plantation
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1938 Jan-19



Madam Begue's Breakfast House
Title:
Madam Begue's Breakfast House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-26


Fabacher Restaurant - Main Dining Room
Title:
Fabacher Restaurant - Main Dining Room
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-7



Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1912 Jan-18


Potdras Street
Title:
Potdras Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


Birds Eye View of City
Title:
Birds Eye View of City
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Mardi Gras Fun Tour
Title:
Mardi Gras Fun Tour
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1949 Dec-6

Description:
YOU should go on the Mardi Gras Funtour* for the time of your life. See us or phone for folder and more information. Do it now.


The Restaurant Antoine
Title:
The Restaurant Antoine
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1940 Feb-21

Description:
Your order of Oysters a la Rockefeller since 1889 when this dish was concocted by Jules Alciatore at The Restaurant Antoine is number 1041752. Founded in 1840. 713 St. Louis Street. Present proprietor Roy L. Alciatore, son of Jules and grandson of Antoine Alciatore, is sampling the millionth order. The recipe is a sacred family secret.



Martin Bros. Restaurant
Title:
Martin Bros. Restaurant
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Kolb's Restaurant
Title:
Kolb's Restaurant
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



1880 Bar of Commander's Palace
Title:
1880 Bar of Commander's Palace
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
In the Heart of the "Garden District," Washington Avenue at Coliseum Street. Founded in 1880. Operated by Frank Moran. It has through its eighty-two years' existence been a popular rendezvous of the Garden and Uptown Districts for its Delicious Food, Unique Cocktails and Patio. Interior Designs by Kenneth Nahan, N.S.I.D.


Main Dining Room of Commander's Palace
Title:
Main Dining Room of Commander's Palace
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Dining in the Grand Manor under the Baccarat Chandelier -In the Heart of the "Garden District", Commander's was founded in 1880. Operated by Frank Moran. It has, through its eighty-one years' existence, been a popular rendezvous of the Garden and Uptown Districts for its Delicious Food. Unique cocktails and Patio.



Bel-Aire Motel
Title:
Bel-Aire Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
"The South's Finest Motel" - 4104 Chef Menteur Highway, U.S. Route 90 - 11 East, 4 miles from Business Section. Tiled Baths - Tub-and-Shower Combination - Swimming and Wading Pools - TV - Thermostatically Controlled Heat - Cooled by Refrigerated Air. Member of Quality Courts United - AAA - Duncan Hines - AMHA


Pat O'Brien's
Title:
Pat O'Brien's
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Royal Street
Title:
Royal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Real Photo PM 1944 Mar-01


Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Margaret Statue
Title:
Margaret Statue
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



View of Lafayette Square
Title:
View of Lafayette Square
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


View of Hotel Royal
Title:
View of Hotel Royal
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Martin Bros. Restaurant and Drive-In Stand, 5 Miles East of Canal St.
Title:
Martin Bros. Restaurant and Drive-In Stand, 5 Miles East of Canal St.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Martin Bros. Located on Highways No. 11 and No. 90 in Suburban New Orleans, is widely known for its excellent cuisine, specializing in seafood of all kinds, choice western steaks, and New Orleans fried chicken. Expertly mixed drinks served at ultra modern bar. OPEN 24 HOURS


Cafe du Monde
Title:
Cafe du Monde
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
E. C. Kropp Co.



Canal Street at Night
Title:
Canal Street at Night
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen


Hotel Reed
Title:
Hotel Reed
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen



Charity Hospital
Title:
Charity Hospital
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen


Shushan Airport - Administration Building
Title:
Shushan Airport - Administration Building
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1938 Mar-21



Loyola University
Title:
Loyola University
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Metropolitan News Co.


A Residence on St. Charles Avenue
Title:
A Residence on St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Metropolitan News Co.



Jung Hotel, 1500 Canal St.
Title:
Jung Hotel, 1500 Canal St.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
"New Orleans' Newest Hotel" 700 Outside Rooms - 700 Baths - Absolutely Fireproof - Servidor Service - Running Ice Water - Ceiling Fans - Automobile Parking Grounds - Two Restaurants - Roof Ballroom


Broussard's Paradise Courtyard Restaurant
Title:
Broussard's Paradise Courtyard Restaurant
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen



Royal Palm Hotel Courts
Title:
Royal Palm Hotel Courts
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Modern accommodations, 10 minutes from downtown New Orleans, Air-Conditioned, Panel Ray Heat, Air-Foam Mattresses. Member of AMHA - AAA.


Southwinds Motor Court
Title:
Southwinds Motor Court
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Hollywood Motel - 7119 Gentilly Road
Title:
Hollywood Motel - 7119 Gentilly Road
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Capri Motel
Title:
Capri Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1957

Description:
H. S. Crocker Co., Inc.



Al Hirts on Bourbon Street
Title:
Al Hirts on Bourbon Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing the club of world-famous trumpet player, Al Hirt.


Ochsner Foundation Hospital
Title:
Ochsner Foundation Hospital
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome

Description:
This modern, new 250-bed hospital, completely air conditioned, is located in northwest New Orleans, overlooking the Mississippi River. It is superbly equipped as a highly specialized institution and is similarly well fitted for its programs of scientific research and advanced specialty training.



Brennan's French Restaurant - Patio
Title:
Brennan's French Restaurant - Patio
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
H. S. Crocker Co., Inc.


The New St. Charles Hotel
Title:
The New St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back



Mardi Gras - General Andrew Jackson Rides Again
Title:
Mardi Gras - General Andrew Jackson Rides Again
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Mardi Gras
Title:
Mardi Gras
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Mardi Gras
Title:
Mardi Gras
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Cheers for the Sugar Bowl.


Mardi Gras Parade
Title:
Mardi Gras Parade
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Madame Butterfly" is the theme of this float, one of many taking part in one of the Mardi Gras parades. The annual event is marked by numerous parades, parties, festivities and all forms of revelry.



Louisiana State University - Education & Business Building
Title:
Louisiana State University - Education & Business Building
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused


Residence, St. Charles Ave.
Title:
Residence, St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1912 Feb-11



New Court House
Title:
New Court House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
American News Company


Main Dining Room, Original Fabacher Restaurant
Title:
Main Dining Room, Original Fabacher Restaurant
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1908 Apr-9

Description:
Corner Royal and Iberville Streets. Anthony Fabacher, Prop.



Famous French Market
Title:
Famous French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Note the antiquated Spanish road of larges stone blocks. The older part of the Market building was erected in 1791. It was enlarged to its present size in 1813. In the early Colonial days under Spanish dominion the site was an Indian trading post.


Night View of the French Opera House
Title:
Night View of the French Opera House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Before it was destroyed by fire on Dec. 4th 1919.



Jackson Barracks
Title:
Jackson Barracks
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Kolb's Tea Room, Kolb's Restaurant
Title:
Kolb's Tea Room, Kolb's Restaurant
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



Vault Department, Hibernia Bank & Trust Company
Title:
Vault Department, Hibernia Bank & Trust Company
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Interior of the Safe Deposit Department of the Hibernia Bank & Trust Company, New Orleans, La., showing 48-ton steel door, which, safeguarded by four time locks, protects the circular entrance to the main vault. The walls of this vault are of steel and reinforced concrete. Several thousand boxes of various sizes offer security for the valuables of our customers.


Savings Department, Hibernia Bank & Trust Company
Title:
Savings Department, Hibernia Bank & Trust Company
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Here is where thousands of the people of New Orleans keep their savings. Every facility is afforded for their convenience, which includes regular savings accounts. Christmas savings clubs, certificates of deposit, insurance premiums, clubs, payroll savings, and other special thrift plans.



Hibernia Banmk Building
Title:
Hibernia Banmk Building
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Main Lobby, Hibernia Bank & Trust Company
Title:
Main Lobby, Hibernia Bank & Trust Company
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
Is finished in Tavernelle marble and American walnut and covers an area of one-half acre. The forty-two cages and three entrances are of appropriately decorated bronze. The subdued gold of the ceiling adds the necessary warmth to the color scheme. The bank has 300 employees and total resources of $60,000,000.



HIbernia Securities Company - Main Office
Title:
HIbernia Securities Company - Main Office
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Country Club
Title:
Country Club
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



The Ancient Archbishopric, Oldest Building in Louisiana
Title:
The Ancient Archbishopric, Oldest Building in Louisiana
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Erected in 1727 for the Ursuline nuns. In 1824 it was presented to the reigning Archbishop of New Orleans to be used as the residence for the Archbishops of the diocese.


Margaret Statue and Park, New Orleans, LA.
Title:
Margaret Statue and Park, New Orleans, LA.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-04



Cotton Exchange
Title:
Cotton Exchange
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused


New St. Charles Hotel
Title:
New St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-08



La Louisiane - Main Dining Room
Title:
La Louisiane - Main Dining Room
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused


Maylie's Restaurant
Title:
Maylie's Restaurant
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Evelyn Hind's Southern Marigold
Title:
Evelyn Hind's Southern Marigold
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
619 Royal St. - Formerly with Marigold, 219 Second St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. Southern Food - Southern Hospitality


Provincial Motel Patio
Title:
Provincial Motel Patio
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
1024 Rue Chartres, French Quarter. Virtually all the rooms in this handsome, award winning motel overlook a charming patio. The French Provincial is the only motel in the heart of the French Quarter that has self service parking near rooms. It combines the elegance of the centuries old French buildings that surround it with swimming pool and all modern conveniences. H. S. Crocker Co., Inc.



Royal Palm Hotel Courts
Title:
Royal Palm Hotel Courts
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Air-Conditioned - Tile Baths - Carpeted Floors - Foam Rubber Mattresses - Kitchenettes and TV Sets - Restaurant Next Door - AAA/AMHA Approved.


Provincial Motel
Title:
Provincial Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
This completely modern motel is actually in the heart of the old Quarter, just a few steps from historic Jackson Square. It captures the elegence and charm of the centuries-old French buildings and patios that surround it, and combines such modern conveniences as pool and parking lot.



Rustic Lodge Motel
Title:
Rustic Lodge Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
4950 Chef Menteur Hwy. US Hwy. #90 East. Phone: WH3-2481. AAA & Congress Members. Area Code 504. TWX-993. Southern hospitality combined with modern appointments. Air conditioned. Television. Phones. In suburban shopping area convenient to downtown New Orleans with world famous Vieux Carre French Quarters. Swim pool. Tours. Mona & Eddie Ridriguez, Owners & hosts.


Amigo Motel
Title:
Amigo Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1961 Jun-1

Description:
Fully air conditioned with swimming and wading pools. Only 15 minutes from downtown New Orleans on Highway 90 and 11, across from Howard Johnson Restaurant. Day and night tours arranged by the office. Owners and managers: Mr. and Mrs. John Milazo. WH:7-6625.



Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
Title:
Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1961 Dec-25

Description:
The world's longest bridge (23.83 miles), connecting New Orleans with the highlands to the north. It was completed in 1956, at a cost of 51 million dollars, as part of the greater New Orleans Expressway system. Eight miles of the bridge are out of sight of land.


City Park
Title:
City Park
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1915 Mar-15



Old Tower at Jackson Barracks
Title:
Old Tower at Jackson Barracks
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused

Description:
American News Co.


Tomb of the Army of Tennessee, Metaire Cemetery
Title:
Tomb of the Army of Tennessee, Metaire Cemetery
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Audubon Place
Title:
Audubon Place
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1915 Mar-15


St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA) unused



Main Lobby, Moisant International Airport
Title:
Main Lobby, Moisant International Airport
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
The most dominant portion of this magnificent airport structure is the domed main lobby. It contains 18,400 square feet of public waiting room, and the parabolic curved roof rises to 65 feet above the floor at its highest point. H. S. Crocker Co., Inc.


Hotel Senator
Title:
Hotel Senator
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused



Hotel Senator
Title:
Hotel Senator
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Hotel Senator 125 Rooms 210 Dauphine St. --Jackson 2-28211 New Orleans, LA. Air Conditioned Rooms Located in the Vieux Carre Just off Canal St. Garage Facilities


Administration Building, New Orleans Airport
Title:
Administration Building, New Orleans Airport
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1941 Apr-10

Description:
America's finest combined land and seaplane base. Erected at a cost of over $4,500,000, is fully equipped and has the ATA rating of the Department of Commerce. It is located on an artificial peninsula on Lake Pontchartrain, about six miles northeast of New Orleans. Its four asphalt runways each extend over 3,000 feet in length. It also has a seaplane ramp at the east end of the field. Curteich



New Orleans Airport Building
Title:
New Orleans Airport Building
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen

Description:
Constructed at a cost of over $1,000,000 are the most modern and beautiful found on any airport. Contains a spacious passenger lobby, offices of the US Airways Station, Department of Commerce, Weather Bureau Station, Post Office and airline ticket and general offices, etc. The hangers are of modern fireproof construction, each 100' x 200', with electrically operated doors. The grounds around these buildings are planted in countless evergreens and flowering shrubs, plants, etc.


Anthenaeum and Shriners Temple
Title:
Anthenaeum and Shriners Temple
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1921 Feb-9



Bird's Eye View of New Orleans
Title:
Bird's Eye View of New Orleans
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1921 Oct-14

Description:
Showing historical French Quarters.


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1917 Aug-25



French Market
Title:
French Market
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border

Description:
This Market is built on the same site the Indians used for trading purposes before the coming of the white men to this State. Metrocraft


The Old Absinthe House
Title:
The Old Absinthe House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
The Old Absinthe House, Bienville Corner Bourbon St. erected in 1798, first devoted to absinthe in 1826 - French construction, arch doorways, high ceiling, Iron gallery, etc. Miller Art Co.



St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1931 Mar-30

Description:
New Orleans, lying 110 miles from the mouth of the Mississippi River, ranks as second port in the United States in combined exports and imports and is the gateway to the Panama Canal. It is one of the healthiest cities in the country, with many beautiful parks as breathing spots, and being practically surrounded by large bodies of water. The breezes from these bodies of water are constant and particularly at night they are cool and refreshing.


The Rivergate
Title:
The Rivergate
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Which covers six city squares, located where famed Canal Street meets the Mississippi River, is one of the most uniquely constructed convention-exhibition halls in the country. Boasting 130,000 square feet of clear, unobstructed space, with no posts or pillars; it is capable of seating more than 16,000 persons for an assembly or meeting with 733 -10' x 10' exhibit spaces, or a combination of both. This 13 1/2 million dollar ($13,500,000) structure will be one of the nation's newest and finest facilities. Curt Teich & Co.



The Roosevelt Hotel
Title:
The Roosevelt Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1962 Nov-24

Description:
"The Pride of the South" in the heart of New Orleans. This picture shows the Roosevelt Hotel, the finest in the south. It is the home of the famous Blue Room, New Orleans' finest supper club. The Roosevelt has been designed to meet the demand for the highest type of hotel service and accommodations in New Orleans. A 100% air-conditioned hotel.


Brent House
Title:
Brent House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Adjacent to Ochsner Clinic & Ochsner Foundation Hospital. 1512 Jefferson Highway. Completely air conditioned, this modern hotel affords comfortable guest accommodations and services, particularly convenient for Ochsner Clinic patients and the families of hospital patients. Brent House includes a dining room and lounge, gift, florist, beauty and barber shops, as well as complete hotel services.



International Trade Mart
Title:
International Trade Mart
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome PM 1957 Dec-10

Description:
International Trade Mart A World Market Place for Wholesale Buyers, Showing Some 700 Domestic Products as well as the Products of 20 Foreign Countries.


Rustic Lodge Motel
Title:
Rustic Lodge Motel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
4950 Chef Menteur Hwy. - U.S. Hwy. 90-11 East Phone VAlley 2481 Old Fashioned Southern Hospitality combined with modern appointments in each roomy quarter. Air Conditioned - in suburban shopping area and most convenient to Downtown New Orleans with World's Famous Vieux Carre French Quarters. Tours and sightseeing services. Mona and Eddie Rodriguez, Owners and Hosts.



The DeVille Motor Hotel
Title:
The DeVille Motor Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
The convenience and luxury of fine hotel living - room service, TV, swimming and wading pools, free parking, baby sitters, airport service ... 150 air-conditioned rooms in the heart of fabulous New Orleans. 3800 Tulane Avenue on highways 51, 61, and 65. Phone Audubon 2661


Canal Street
Title:
Canal Street
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



Pete Fountain's French Quarter Inn
Title:
Pete Fountain's French Quarter Inn
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the plushest and most popular clubs in New Orleans is the French Quarter Inn - its elegant brick and wrought iron facade occupying a prominent corner on the fabled, fabulous Bourbon Street. The proprietor and main attraction is jazz clarinetist Pete Fountain who entertains nightly.


S.S. President
Title:
S.S. President
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Grant L. Robertson A spacious five-deck sightseeing steamer on the Mississippi River. This modern river steamer makes a 30-mile sightseeing cruise daily affording visitors many wonderful views of the Port of New Orleans, second largest port in the United States. M.S. Crocker Co., Inc.



Al Hirt Club
Title:
Al Hirt Club
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the most popular clubs in New Orleans located in the heart of the French Quarter at 501 Bourbon Street. Plastichrome by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS Inc.


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Unloading Cotton from Mississippi River Steamboats
Title:
Unloading Cotton from Mississippi River Steamboats
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Teche Coach in City Park - Teche Transfer Co., Inc.
Title:
Teche Coach in City Park - Teche Transfer Co., Inc.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused

Description:
TECHE TRANSFER CO., INC.. MOTOR COACH SERVICE Station 158 St. Francis St. Mobile, Alabama. Phone Dexter 6118 Leaving Mobile Daily at 7 A. M., 1 P. M. For Biloxi, Gulfport, Pass Christian, Bay St. Louis, New Orleans, Lafayette, Baton Rouge, Lake Charles, Beaumont, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco.



Rex in Mardi Gras Procession
Title:
Rex in Mardi Gras Procession
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1902 Feb-13


Cotton Exchange
Title:
Cotton Exchange
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Canal St.
Title:
Canal St.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Roosevelt Hotel "The Pride of the South"
Title:
The Roosevelt Hotel "The Pride of the South"
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1959 May-12

Description:
Home of the Famous Blue Room Dining and Dancing In the Heart of New Orleans This picture shows the Roosevelt Hotel, the finest in the South. It is home of the famous Blue Room, New Orleans' finest Supper Club. The Roosevelt has been designed to meet the demand for the highest type of hotel service and accommodations in New Orleans. A 100% air-conditioned hotel.



The New Roosevelt Hotel
Title:
The New Roosevelt Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen

Description:
Baronne St. immediately adjacent to Canal St. in the heart of New Orleans. This picture shows the new Roosevelt Hotel, the largest and finest hotel in the South. It has been designed to meet the demand for the highest type of hotel service and accommodations. Together with the building facing University Street, and the Bienville Hotel facing Lee Circle, all under the personal supervision of Arthur Benaglia, it provides more than 1,200 strictly first-class rooms, each with a bath.


New Hotel Monteleone
Title:
New Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen

Description:
Contains 600 rooms; is located in the center of the city's activities; convenient to all railway terminals, theatres, and Vieux Carre. Rates moderate.



Carousel Lounge in Hotel Monteleone
Title:
Carousel Lounge in Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Visit the Carousel Lounge in Hotel Monteleone. The only revolving bar in New Orleans.


City Park Stadium
Title:
City Park Stadium
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen unused

Description:
Sixteen ramps afford easy access to 27,000 seats. At the dedicatory ceremonies, 27,000 persons exited from the stadium in five minutes. Beneath the stadium are ample sanitary facilities for the public, as well as locker rooms, shower rooms, rubbing and drying rooms for contesting teams. The driveway in the rear of the stadium is known as the Roosevelt Mall. E. C. Kropp Co.



Hotel New Orleans
Title:
Hotel New Orleans
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen


Mardi Gras Parade
Title:
Mardi Gras Parade
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1947

Description:
One of the several hundred floats seen in the annual Mardi Gras festival parade at New Orleans. Thousands of visitors flock to the Creole City to view this magnificent spectacle every year.



St. Charles Ave.
Title:
St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Dec-9


St. Charles Avenue
Title:
St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Club My-O-My's Beautiful Boys
Title:
Club My-O-My's Beautiful Boys
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Tourist, when in New Orleans, you haven't seen New Orleans until you visit Club My-O-My. Remember Mr. Pat Water's Million Dollar Revue. Tops in female impersonators. For further information, write: Mr. Pat Water's Club My-O-My. 1744 Lake Ave., Metoirie, La. Three shows nightly; 10-12-2. Saturdays and Holidays: 10-12-1:30-3 am. For reservations call ev. 4431.


Young Men's Gymnastic Club
Title:
Young Men's Gymnastic Club
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused



French Opera House
Title:
French Opera House
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border unused


Tulane University
Title:
Tulane University
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1930 Dec-17

Description:
Tulane University on St. Charles Ave., opposite Audubon Park was founded in 1884 through the instrumentality of Paul Tulane, a wealthy merchant of New Orleans, who gave more than one million dollars for the education of the white youth of Louisiana.



Public Cotton Warehouses and Terminal - Port of New Orleans
Title:
Public Cotton Warehouses and Terminal - Port of New Orleans
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), White Border PM 1922 Feb-27

Description:
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSES & TERMINAL OF THE ...BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS... OF THE PORT OF NEW ORLEANS. Owned and operated by State of Louisiana through the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans. Cost $3,500,000.00. Capacity 425,000 Bales of Cotton. Largest and most complete Cotton handling and storage plant in the World.


Wharf Scene
Title:
Wharf Scene
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



Jung Hotel
Title:
Jung Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1947 Dec-25


Masked Revellers, Mardi Gras
Title:
Masked Revellers, Mardi Gras
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Linen PM 1948

Description:
Curteich



St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
Title:
St. Charles Street and St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1904 Feb-20


Memorial Hall
Title:
Memorial Hall
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Oct-9



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