h Dorothy Violet Gulledge: New Orleans Streets--D Dorothy Violet Gulledge Photograph Collection
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New Orleans Streets--D

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NOTE: For 616 Dumaine Street see also Unidentified French Quarter Locations.

Thumbnail Series Subseries Image # (click to view) Gulledge Caption/Description Date Additional Description
New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 1 716 Dauphine Street--Le Prete Mansion, century old building with exquisite cast iron balconies; Citizens Bank at one time; brother of Sultan once lived and was murdered here

New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 2 521 Dauphine Street--Xiques Mansion; built for Spanish Creole family in 1851 (Angel Xiques); has been fight club, seltzer water plant, etc.; designed by J. N. B. DePouilly

New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 3 Looking up Dauphine Street across Canal Street into Baronne Street
The Senator Hotel is partially visible on the left, across Dauphine Street from the Palace Theatre. Across Iberville Street from the theatre is the Maison Blanche Snack Store itself across from the Palace Restaurant (with a Dr. Nut sign out front)
New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 4 716 Dauphine Street

New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 5 716 Dauphine Street

New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 6 815 Dauphine Street

New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 7 911 Dauphine Street

New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 8 1033 Dauphine Street

New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 9 1201-1207 Dauphine Street
Cabrini Playground is on the right
New Orleans Streets Dauphine Street Photograph 10 1107 Dauphine Street
The New Orleans Macaroni Company is next door
New Orleans Streets Decatur Street Photograph 1 1023 Decatur Street--known as Carrick's Court, interesting old building erected May 28, 1828 by widow of James Carrick
Lanasa's Hardware when the photograph was taken
New Orleans Streets Decatur Street Photograph 2 915-917-919 Decatur Street--site of Le Veau-qui-Tete, R. Revel's The Suckling Calf, later the Café des Refugees--headquarters of Colons de Saint-Domingue from 1821-1835 at the then known address of 58 rue de la Levee
Central Grocery is next door in the photograph
New Orleans Streets Decatur Street Photograph 3 915 Decatur Street
Central Grocery is next door in the photograph
New Orleans Streets Decatur Street Photograph 4 1001-1005-1007 Decatur Street--old firms dealing in furs and pelts, old printing shop and restaurant built about 125 years ago
The Roma Restaurant, French Market Bakery, and Reuter Seed Store are visible in the photograph as is a sign reading "Regal Keg Beer, Frozen Glasses, Direct Draw"
New Orleans Streets Decatur Street Photograph 5 1021-1023 Decatur Street--known as Carrick's Court, interesting old building erected May 28, 1828 by widow of James Carrick
Lanasa's Hardware when the photograph was taken; the French Market Bakery is next door
New Orleans Streets Decatur Street Photograph 6 823 Decatur Street--Madam Begue's, built in 1826 on site of old French, Spanish, and U.S. arsenal; famous restaurant famed for delectable French dishes--gargantuan feasts for breakfast
Then--and now--Tujaque's Restaurant; across Madison Street is Buck's Famous Fried Chicken
New Orleans Streets Decatur Street Photograph 7 French Market
View of the Café du Monde from in front of Jackson Square; diagonal parking is shown on Decatur Street and on St. Ann Street in front of the restaurant
New Orleans Steets Dufossat Street Photograph 1 1550 Dufossat Street February 5, 1950
New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 1 616 Dumaine Street

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 2 Small fountain in patio at 611 Dumaine Street

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 3 611 Dumaine Street--converted slave quarters

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 4 611 Dumaine Street--converted slave quarters

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 5 632 Dumaine Street--original "Madame John Legacy" built during the first quarter of the eighteenth century; said to have inspired G. W. Cable's famous novel

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 6 623 Dumaine Street

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 7 832 Dumaine Street

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 8 Part of stairway in small courtyard at 611 Dumaine Street

New Orleans Steets Dumaine Street Photograph 9 On Dumaine Street looking toward 920 Royal Street--Heine House--old French colonial architecture


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