Buildings -- Louisiana
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes original shop drawings for projects by Blattmann Sheet Metal Works, Inc., New Orleans.
This artificial collection includes original prints of Louisiana architecture or subjects relating to Louisiana architecture. Prints date from the 18th century to later 20th century, and include engravings, etchings, and lithographs. Some items are colored. Included are works by A.R. Waud, Ellsworth Woodward, Morris Henry Hobbs, and others.
This collection includes correspondence, minutes, announcements, and photographic prints collected by the society. Photographs of Pontchartrain Beach Amusement Park in New Orleans, circa 1982 to 1983, were taken before its demolition by an unidentified photographer; these are maintained within the materials. Photographers include G. Wilson Small, Jr., Ronald J. Caire, Tebbs and Knell, and Betsy Swanson.
This collection includes photographs of historic buildings, specifically plantation houses in St. James Parish, Louisiana. Marie Pilkington Campbell’s research regarding the buildings accompanies the photographs. Photographs include smaller lesser known structures as well as large plantation houses.
This collection consists of 248 5” x 7” platinum photographic prints of views of Louisiana architecture, particularly plantations, courtyards, and historic sites. These photographs were made from 1890-1906 by Morgan Whitney (1869-1913).
This collection consists of 246, mostly 8” x 10” black and white silver gelatin prints of photographs of historic Louisiana architecture, principally in New Orleans.