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Jefferson Davis Parkway
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Jefferson Davis Parkway
1966
[Photography by Joseph C. Davi]
Jefferson Davis Parkway
1966
[Photography by Joseph C. Davi]
Jefferson Davis Parkway
1966
[Photography by Joseph C. Davi]
Jefferson Davis Parkway
January 25, 1972
[Photography by Joseph C. Davi]
Jefferson Davis Parkway at Canal Street
Unknown date
Jefferson Davis Parkway at Canal Street
Unknown date
[Photography by Richard R. Dixon]
Jefferson Davis Parkway from Conti Street to Tulane Avenue
Attached text: Typical of the many "underground canals" which form a drainage network in New Orleans is the ten-foot-square concrete box type of canal now under construction on Jefferson Davis Parkway. Stretching from Conti Street to Tulane Avenue, this new project will parallel a similar nine-foot-square underground canal on the river side of this same thoroughfare. Construction of this type, although not seen after it has been covered with fill, represents a huge investment by taxpayers, City Government, and the Sewerage and Water Board and is necessary in order to adequately provide improved drainage for the mid-town area.
Unknown date
[Photography by Richard R. Dixon]
Jefferson Davis Parkway
Unknown date
[Photography by Joseph C. Davi]
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