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800 Canal Street started as the Pickwick Club, then the Pickwick Hotel   The Pickwick Hotel Photo of the Pickwick Hotel, 800 Canal Street at Carondelet Street, from New Orleans the Crescent City, as it Appears in the year 1895. The Pickwick Club build their "clubhouse" on that corner in 1884. The "Pickwickians" operated a social club whose members formed the Mystick Krewe of Comus. Comus changed Carnival in New Orleans in 1857. They presented the city's first "modern" Carnival parade. The building later became Leon Fellman's department store, then Feibleman's. It was demolished in 1948. The Pickwick Club In...
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