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St. Alphonsus Church 1950s

St. Alphonsus Church 1950s

St. Alphonsus Church in the Irish Channel is one of the "Redemptorist" churches. St. Alphonsus Church Photo by Franck Studios of St. Alphonsus Church on Constance Street in the Irish Channel. HNOC dates the photo at 1953, but some of their records are off. I'm not...

Twelve Months New Orleans June

Twelve Months New Orleans June

Twelve Months New Orleans June, continuing the series by Enrique Alferez Twelve Months New Orleans June This image is the sixth in a series of images by Enrique Alferez, published by Michael Higgins as "The Twelve Months of New Orleans." Higgins published the...

Godchaux Building 1916

Godchaux Building 1916

The Godchaux Building stood in the 501 block of Canal Street. Godchaux Building Postcard of Canal Street, 1916. The Godchaux Building, at 527 Canal, rises in the foreground, right. The 501 block numbering begins with the building across the Dorsiere  Street from the...

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