New Orleans (La) -- Buildings, structures, etc
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of organizational records and collected items of the Friends of City Park in New Orleans, La. Included are minutes, financial documents, reports, a handbook, handwritten notes, post cards, lists of officers, City Park fact sheets, descriptive brochures and other printed items, invitations and other items of social ephemera.
This collection consists of personal and literary papers of James Guilbeau of New Orleans, La. Included are handwritten and typed correspondence, research notes and photocopies, post cards, postage stamps, maps, packs of streetcar transfers, commemorative Mardi Gras doubloons, page proofs, essays, photographs, books and other printed items. The topics of Mr. Guilbeau's research included the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, and American railroads.
This collection consists of photographs of the McFadden House in New Orleans, photographed by Charles L. Franck, and collected by gardener K. W. Pedersen. Included are numerous monochrome photographs of the gardens of the estate, as well as the opulent interior of the mansion; several are panoramic prints. All are undated but were made between 1919 and 1955.
This collection consists of drawings, designs, and stencils for woodcarving; blueprints for specific architectural commissions; photographs; handwritten letters; notes; pamphlets; stationery; postmarked envelopes; clippings; photocopies of clippings; and a certificate as well as other material collected by Maurice Heullant. Also included are two issues of the journal Art & décoration (November 1929 and April 1930).
An inventory of all dwellings and residential structures in New Orleans and their inhabitants, published by the State Department of Public Welfare and Housing.
The collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, architectural drawings, original artwork, newspaper clippings, printed material, and other papers from Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis (1881-1953). The manuscripts for most of his publications are included in this collection. There are also manuscripts for two novels and several essays.
This collection consists of photographs of southeastern Louisiana collected by Olga F. Hartmann of New Orleans. Although many of the photographs are uncaptioned, two are signed by her father, John Ferdinand Hartmann; presumably most or all of them were created by him. Subjects of the photographs are New Orleans flooding in the aftermath of the late Sept.1915 hurricane, numerous other scenes of storm destruction, Audubon Park, winter landscapes, and New Orleans Carnival.