Twelve Months New Orleans April

Twelve Months New Orleans April

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Twelve Months New Orleans April, continuing the series by Enrique Alferez Twelve Months New Orleans April This image is the Fourth in a series of images by Enrique Alferez, published by Michael Higgins as "The Twelve Months of New Orleans." Higgins published the illustrations in 1940. The image features dancers celebrating April's spring festivals. Enrique Alferez Alferez was born in...
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Twelve Months New Orleans March Alferez

Twelve Months New Orleans March Alferez

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Twelve Months New Orleans March, continuing the series by Enrique Alferez Twelve Months New Orleans March This image is the third in a series of images by Enrique Alferez, published by Michael Higgins as "The Twelve Months of New Orleans." Higgins published the illustrations in 1940. The image features a St. Joseph's Altar, a Catholic tradition brought to New Orleans...
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Twelve Months New Orleans February Alferez

Twelve Months New Orleans February Alferez

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Twelve Months New Orleans February - continuing the series by Enrique Alferez Twelve Months New Orleans February This image is the second in a series of images by Enrique Alferez, published by Michael Higgins as "The Twelve Months of New Orleans." Higgins published the illustrations in 1940. The image features Rex, King of Carnival, in the center, with Cajuns, dock...
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WWL Radio Dawnbusters Dupre and Vidacovich

WWL Radio Dawnbusters Dupre and Vidacovich

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WWL Radio Dawnbusters program ran for twenty years in New Orleans. WWL Radio Dawnbusters The "Dawnbusters" radio program debuted on WWL in 1937. It was that era's version televsion's "Today" show, or "Good Morning America." Since many people commuting to work in the 1930s did so via public transit, Dawnbusters wasn't "drive-time" radio as we know it now. In the...
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Edward “Kid” Ory Publicity Photo #JazzTuesday

Edward “Kid” Ory Publicity Photo #JazzTuesday

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Edward "Kid" Ory Publicity Photo shows the trombonist at his best. Edward "Kid" Ory Publicity Photo Publicity photo of Edward "Kid" Ory, taken by John E. Reed studios, Hollywood. Ory was born at Woodland Plantation, near LaPlace, Louisiana, on December 25, 1886. The photo, taken in the late 1940s, is inscribed, "to Tom." "Kid" When he was in his teens,...
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Twelve Months New Orleans January Alferez

Twelve Months New Orleans January Alferez

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Twelve Months New Orleans January - first of a series by Enrique Alferez Twelve Months New Orleans January This image is the first in a series of images by Enrique Alferez, published by Michael Higgins as "The Twelve Months of New Orleans." Higgins published the illustrations in 1940. Enrique Alferez Alferez was born in Northern Mexico on May 4, 1901....
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