Dorothy Violet Gulledge Photograph Collection
New Orleans Public Library

New Orleans Streets--B

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NOTE: For 225 Baronne Street see Downtown Streets (Unidentified).

Thumbnail Series Subseries Image # (click to view) Gulledge Caption/Description Date Additional Description
New Orleans Streets Baronne Street Photograph 1 Section of Jesuit Cathedral [sic] on Baronne Street

New Orleans Streets Baronne Street Photograph 2 Section of Jesuit Cathedral [sic] on Baronne Street

New Orleans Streets Baronne Street Photograph 3 Section of Jesuit Cathedral [sic] on Baronne Street
The Bernard and Grunning jewelry store in the Pere Marquette Building is visible to the right of the church
New Orleans Streets Barracks Street Photograph 1 1003 Barracks Street--"Morro Castle," built in 1836. Designed by Journot for Paul Pandelly. In 1838 bought by Pierre Soule, attorney. In 1841 bought by Francois Barthelemy LeBeau, planter.

New Orleans Streets Barracks Street Photograph 2 639-641 Barracks Street

New Orleans Streets Barracks Street Photograph 3 923 Barracks Street
Cabrini Playground is in the foreground
New Orleans Streets Barracks Street Photograph 4 935 Barracks Street

New Orleans Streets Barracks Street Photograph 5 1003 Barracks Street--"Morro Castle," built in 1836. Designed by Journot for Paul Pandelly. In 1838 bought by Pierre Soule, attorney. In 1841 bought by Francois Barthelemy LeBeau, planter.

New Orleans Streets Basin Street Photograph 1 Basin Street
At Canal Street, showing the Simon Bolivar monument
New Orleans Streets Bayou Road Photograph 1 2257 Bayou Road--erected about 1849 by Nicholas Benachi, a native of Greece, steamship operator. First used as a country club by wealthy French and Creole residents of New Orleans, known as "Rendezvous des Chasseurs." Ivy vine design on iron work and square columns.

New Orleans Streets Bayou Road Photograph 2 LeBreton Market, corner Bayou Road & North Dorgenois Street, used to be an Indian trading center where Choctaws brought their blankets, baskets, medicinal herbs, and gumbo file to barter for guns, knives, or trinkets
St. Rose de Lima Catholic Church is visible in the background as is the once-thriving business row across from the Market.
New Orleans Streets Bayou Road Photograph 3 2257 Bayou Road--erected about 1849 by Nicholas Benachi, a native of Greece, steamship operator. First used as a country club by wealthy French and Creole residents of New Orleans, known as "Rendezvous des Chasseurs." Ivy vine design on iron work and square columns.

New Orleans Streets Bayou Road Photograph 4 2257 Bayou Road--erected about 1849 by Nicholas Benachi, a native of Greece, steamship operator. First used as a country club by wealthy French and Creole residents of New Orleans, known as "Rendezvous des Chasseurs." Ivy vine design on iron work and square columns.

New Orleans Streets Bienville Street Photograph 1 813 Bienville Street--Arnaud's Restaurant

New Orleans Streets Bienville Street Photograph 2

A tile marker noting the Spanish-language version of "Bienville Street," i.e., "Calle de Bienville"
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 1 501 Bourbon Street
Then occupied by Stormy's Casino Royale; also advertising Evangeline the Oyster Girl
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 2 Courtyard--327 Bourbon Street
Note the Falstaff sign hanging beneath the arched window
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 3 Looking down Bourbon Street
A night view from the first block looking towards Esplanade Avenue
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 4 Looking up Bourbon Street across Canal St. into Carondelet St.

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 5 Looking up Bourbon Street across Canal St. into Carondelet St.

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 6 213-219 Bourbon Street
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 7 234-240 Bourbon Street--Old Absinthe House, built about 1750. Popular bar, frequented by freebooter Jean Laffite and associates
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 8 327 Bourbon Street
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 9 623 Bourbon Street
This has been the home of Mrs. Lindy Boggs since the early 1970s
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 10 615 Bourbon Street
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 11 534 Bourbon Street

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 12 501 Bourbon Street
Then occupied by Stormy's Casino Royale; also advertising Evangeline the Oyster Girl
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 13 700 Bourbon Street--Bourbon House
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 14 735 Bourbon Street
Courtyard
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 15 735 Bourbon Street
Courtyard
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 16 819 Bourbon Street
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 17 920 Bourbon Street

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 18 941 Bourbon Street--Laffite's Blacksmith Shop, built in 1772; constructed of soft brick reinforced with timbers. Laffite Bros. supposed to have used the shop as a cover for selling slaves.
Also shows adjacent buildings; the yellow license plate on the vehicle at right is from 1949
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 19 941 Bourbon Street--built in 1772
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 20 941 Bourbon Street

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 21 1436 Bourbon Street

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 22 1100 Bourbon Street
Then occupied by P. Madonia Food Store
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 23 Horse with hat and surrey parked at 1003 Bourbon Street

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 24 209 Bourbon Street
Galatoire's
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 25 1205 Bourbon Street
Also shows adjacent buildings
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 26 1436 Bourbon Street

New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 27 From the past of New Orleans, "Street Car Named Desire" on Bourbon St. American and Hibernia bank buildings in background April 1948
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 28

701 Bourbon Street--Dixie's Bar of Music; Miss Gulledge, though, was probably more interested in the "Calle de Borbon" tile on the side of the building
New Orleans Streets Bourbon Street Photograph 29

A tile marker noting the Spanish-language version of "Bourbon Street," i.e., "Calle de Borbon." NOTE: The original slide is filed as "dvgto16" for some reason.
New Orleans Streets Burgundy Street Photograph 1 1218-1223-1225 Burgundy Street
Taken from Cabrini Playground
New Orleans Streets Burgundy Street Photograph 2 4129 Burgundy Street
Corner of Burgundy and France Streets in the Bywater neighborhood

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