Dorothy Violet Gulledge Photograph Collection
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New Orleans Streets--Cl-Co

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Thumbnail Series Subseries Image # (click to view) Gulledge Caption/Description Date Additional Description
New Orleans Streets Clio Street Photograph 1 1404 Clio Street--Louise House, formerly the New Orleans Female Asylum, organized in 1850, an institution in which Margaret Haughery had an interest; inexpensive home for working girls April 16, 1950 That is, of course, the Margaret statue in the foreground
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 1 Front door, 2618 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 2 2618 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 3 6334 Coliseum Street--front view February 18, 1950
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 4 1805 Coliseum Street November 6, 1949 Former home of Mayor deLesepps S. Morrison
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 5 1729 Coliseum Street April 16, 1950
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 6 1629 Coliseum Street November 1949
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 7 6334 Coliseum Street April 8, 1950
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 8
May 1967 Back yard on Coliseum Street
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 9 2425 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 10
May 1967 Back yard on Coliseum Street
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 11 2618 Coliseum Street--Louis de Saulles in 1844 May 1967
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 12 2627 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 13 2627 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 14
May 1967 Back yard on Coliseum Street
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 15
May 1967 Back yard on Coliseum Street
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 16 2925 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 17 2707 Coliseum Street
This house was used for the nursing home scenes in the motion picture "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 18 2627 Coliseum Street--of Swiss and English design, originally built for James Eustis, Ambassador to France; late purchased by Julius Koch who had designed and superintended its construction during Reconstruction

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 19 2627 Coliseum Street--of Swiss and English design, originally built for James Eustis, Ambassador to France; late purchased by Julius Koch who had designed and superintended its construction during Reconstruction

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 20 1765 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 21 1741 Coliseum Street April 16, 1950 Adjacent houses also shown
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 22 1749 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 23 1805 Coliseum Street
Former home of Mayor deLesepps S. Morrison
New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 24 2425 Coliseum Street

New Orleans Streets Coliseum Street Photograph 25 1805 Coliseum Street November 6, 1949 Former home of Mayor deLesepps S. Morrison
New Orleans Streets Conti Street Photograph 1 819 Conti Street--patio at Broussard's Restaurant

New Orleans Streets Conti Street Photograph 2 819 Conti Street--patio at Broussard's Restaurant; only bleeding heart tree in existence

New Orleans Streets Conti Street Photograph 3 819 Conti Street--Broussard's Restaurant and patio

New Orleans Streets Conti Street Photograph 4 819 Conti Street--courtyard at Broussard's Restaurant

New Orleans Streets Conti Street Photograph 5 920 Conti Street

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