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Newspapers reported derisively about women “notoriously abandoned to lewdness,” as prostitutes were then labeled, but residents and reformers alike were seriously concerned about prostitutes inhabiting neighborhoods throughout the city, offending the good people of New Orleans with their outrageous, rude, and immoral behavior.

[New Orleans Daily States, October 9, 1896, pg. 6]

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