new orleans architecture 1996
Armstrong-Dana 2805 Carondelet 19th century historic new orleans historic architecture, asymetrical side hall townhouse, may, 1996 Carondelet near Washington, uptown/ lakeside Marengo historic architectural district.
Haunted Plantations of Louisiana's River Road, Part I
Stretching some 70 miles from New Orleans to Baton Rouge, River Road has been a major artery in the region for centuries. Sugar barons estab...
Old Photos of New Orleans (& LA)
Old photography fascinates me. It's the great recorder of how life was, the things people wore, the way people got around... it's the living historian that can't lie. But it's funny how the "good old days" are never the good old days when you're living in them. I could go put my camera in the same exact position and take photos of the same street scenes that you see here, but they would be insanely boring. But to a person living 100 years from now this photo would be pretty damn interesting…
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This house was moved from Washington, Louisiana to the St. Francisville area. It has been known as the Payne-Fenner house, Thistlewaite, Woodland, and Macland Plantation. It was often used in its early days to offer hospitality to Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy.
discutant: “ Old South Gothic: Decaying portico of the Belle Grove mansion, Louisiana, photographed in 1938. Belle Grove, built in 1857 and abandoned in the 1920s, composed 75 rooms and was reputedly...
Nottaway Plantation-5524 Nottaway Plantation, located near the town of White Castle, Louisiana, on the banks of the Mississippi river is the probably the largest plantation manor home still standing today. It is one of the most unique and beautiful of all the old plantation homes. Nottaway was built in 1859 for wealthy sugar tycoon John Hampden Randolph and his wife and it was home to their eleven children. The “White Castle” as it is often referred to mixes traditional Greek Revival with…
Garden District Drivebys: St. Charles Ave.
While in New Orleans, we had time for a quick trip through the Garden District. It's a beautiful area and I've always heard about it over the years as being a very desirable place to