Bernard and Grunning's jewelry store was well located near the ever-popular Roosevelt Hotel. The firm gained considerable fame later in the 1930s for its design of the exquisite monstrance created for the Eighth National Eucharistic Congress in New Orleans. After several moves along Baronne Street, the store closed for good in the early 1970s.

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