NOPSI 801 1953 #StreetcarSaturday

NOPSI 801 1953 #StreetcarSaturday

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NOPSI 801 outbound to the Cemeteries in the Spring of 1953. NOPSI 801 Our friend Aaron Handy III brings us a Canal Street photo with a bit to unpack! Here's Aaron's caption from the Facebook group, Vintage New Orleans Transit: NOPSI Perley car 801, assigned to Tulane Belt, passes Krauss on Canal Street as she heads outbound for the cemeteries...
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Benjamin Franklin High 1987

Benjamin Franklin High 1987

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Benjamin Franklin High 1987 transitioned from Uptown to Lakefront. Benjamin Franklin High 1987. Dr. Everett C. Williams poses with OPSB member Mr. John Robbert and students of Benjamin Franklin High 1987. They stand behind an architectural model of the planned campus for the school, located on the University of New Orleans Lakefront Campus. (Students are unidentified; please comment if you...
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NOPSI 968 Streetcar South Claiborne #StreetcarSaturday

NOPSI 968 Streetcar South Claiborne #StreetcarSaturday

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NOPSI 968  on the South Claiborne Line in 1949 NOPSI 968 One of the 1923-vintage arch roof streetcars, NOPSI 968 traveling along S. Claiborne Avenue. The streetcar approaches the end of the line on October 30, 1949. The Claiborne line ran from downtown/CBD out to S. Carrollton Avenue. Photograph by William T. Harry. South Claiborne Line New Orleans Railway and...
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Krauss Sugar Bowl 1955 #KraussFriday

Krauss Sugar Bowl 1955 #KraussFriday

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Krauss Sugar Bowl 1955 presented store ads for all sports. Krauss Sugar Bowl 1955 Undated photo of a display at Krauss Department Store, December, 1954 to January, 1955. The display presented equipment and memorabilia from the various schools participating in the Sugar Bowl events. The sign at the bottom says, "Whatever your sport, you'll find 'Top Flite" EQUIPMENT -- in...
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Mexican Gulf Coast Railroad at Proctorville #TrainThursday

Mexican Gulf Coast Railroad at Proctorville #TrainThursday

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Mexican Gulf Coast Railroad terminated at Proctorville, Louisiana. Proctorville, Louisiana Plan for the village of Proctorville (also spelled Proctorsville). The area began as a collection of logging and fishing camps at the mouth of Bayou Yscloskey. A railroad link from Faubourg Marigny to Proctorville was built in 1837. In 1856, the federal government constructed a fort there, as part of...
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Chalmette Monument 1930s #battleofneworleans

Chalmette Monument 1930s #battleofneworleans

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Chalmette Monument 1930s is a photo from a WPA-sponsored arts program. Chalmette Monument 1930s Photo of the monument at Chalmette National Battlefield commemorating the Battle of New Orleans, on 8-January-1815. The obelisk, 100 feet in height, looks over the battlefield, which is one of the five sites of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. Building the Obelisk The...
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