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Canal Street (Page Six)
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Canal St. corner
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Canal St. Christmas decorations
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Canal St. planting palm trees near St. Charles Ave
February 1, 1958
[Photograph by Plaideau]
Canal St.
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Canal St. and New Orleans skyline taken from the river
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Canal St.
Attached text: Canal Street in New Orleans is America's widest business thoroughfare and is the dividing line between the new city and the old city centered in the Vieux Carre, more popularly known as the French Quarter. Canal Street is 170 feet wide, including two 21-foot sidewalks; two 35-foot vehicular roadways, with a 58-foot neutral ground in the center, on which are to be found four street car tracks.
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Canal St. at St. Charles Ave
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Canal St.
June 1964
Canal St. showing newly-planted crepe myrtle trees on Canal St. in front of Godchaux's
March 1961
[Photograph by J.R. St. Julien]
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