Dorothy Violet Gulledge Photograph Collection
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NOTE: For 1114 Chartres Street see also Unidentified French Quarter Locations and for 1116 Chartres Street see Unidentified French Quarter Locations.

Thumbnail Series Subseries Image # (click to view) Gulledge Caption/Description Date Additional Description
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 1 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard of what is now the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 2 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard of what is now the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 3 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard of what is now the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 4 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard of what is now the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 5 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard of what is now the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 6 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard of what is now the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 7 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard of what is now the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 8 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantation home, 200 years old; cisterns interesting feature; later St. Mary's asylum for orphan boys
Good view of the wing added to the existing structure
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 9 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 10 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantation home, 200 years old; sold by Albert Piernas at close of Civil War for boys orphan asylum

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 11 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantation home, 200 years old; sold by Albert Piernas at close of Civil War

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 12 617 Chartres Street--Bosque home, built around 1795. Bartolome Bosque had iron work on balcony hand made in Cadiz; Suzette Bosque, 3rd wife of Governo Claiborne who as a widow married John Randolph Grymes, noted attoney

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 13 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 14 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantaion home, 200 years old; sold by Albert Piernas at close of Civil War; purchased by Sisters of the Order of Holy Cross; orphans have

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 15 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantaion home, 200 years old; sold by Albert Piernas at close of Civil War to St. Mary's Orphan Asylum

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 16 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantaion home, 200 years old; sold by Albert Piernas at close of Civil War to St. Mary's Orphan Asylum

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 17 201 Chartres Steet--Paul Tulane, founder of Tulane University, once had his clothing store located here

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 18 301 Chartres Street--Ursulines housed here from 1827-1834; in April 1805, site bought by U.S. Bank and remained until 1813 when sold to Honore Landreneaux

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 19 315 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 20 339 Chartres Street
Building has a "dog bar" on the sidewalk out front
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 21 339 Chartres Street
Building has a "dog bar" on the sidewalk out front
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 22 339 Chartres Street
Closeup of the "dog bar"
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 23 440 Chartres Street--Maspero's Exchange, old Exchange Coffee House, here judges, generals, soldiers, merchants, planters, and gay buccaneers of Barataria gatherred in secret meetings. Erected in 1788 by Don Juan Paillet; probably best known auction mart of the city; claimed Lafitte and Jackson planned defense of New Orleans
The automobile parked across the street has a 1949 license plate
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 24 514 [sic] Chartres Street--"Napoleon House;" Girod, a wealthy New Orleans merchant, and Dominique You, a pirate associate of Lafitte brothers, planned to rescue Napoleon from exile and bring him to city, to reside here. He died before plan put in action. On 9/4/1798 sold as 2 story house by the heirs of Dona Angela Manget to Don Claudio Francisco Girod
Actually 500 Chartres; the sign on the building reads, "Napoleon House Bar;" across Chartres is a Victory Gas service station, on a part of the site now occupied by the Omni Royal Orleans hotel
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 25 Patio at Napoleon House

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 26 541 Chartres Steet--Hotel d'Orleans, colonial tavern

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 27 532 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 28 514 Chartres Street
Courtyard view
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 29 504 Chartres Street February 9, 1950 Courtyard view
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 30 Upper Pontalba Buildings

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 31 620 Chartres Street
Then Landry's French Restaurant and Bar
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 32 617 Chartres Street--Bosque home, built around 1795. Bartolome Bosque had iron work on balcony hand made in Cadiz; Suzette Bosque, 3rd wife of Governo Claiborne who as a widow married John Randolph Grymes, noted attoney

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 33 612-614 Chartres Street--house built in 1816 by Joseph Chardon

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 34 Front of Cabildo

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 35 Looking down Chatres Street towards the Cabildo and St. Louis Cathedral
Taken from about Wilkinson Place
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 36 Courtyard with prison rooms in the Cabildo, erected in 1795 as meeting place of the Spanish legislature

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 37

A street name tile for "Calle de Chartres"
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 38 St. Louis Cathedral--built in 1794, one of the most famous and historical churches in North America, erected at a cost of about $50,000 by Don Andres Almonaste & Roxas, who was buried under its altar

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 39 Looking down Pirate Alley to Royal Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 40 Front of Cabildo and St. Louis Cathedral
Taken from the sidewalk alongside the Upper Pontalba Buildings
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 41 St. Louis Cathedral
Taken from St. Peter Street
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 42 936 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 43 919-925 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 44 827-903 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 45 The Presbytery [sic], modeled after the Cabildo, until 1910 was a court building

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 46 1005-1007 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 47 1101 Chartres Street--home of great Confederate General G. P. T. [sic] Beauregard
The address is usually given as 1113 Chartres Street
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 48 1101 Chartres Street--home of great Confederate General G. P. T. [sic] Beauregard
Actually St. Mary's Italian Church, adjacent to the old Ursuline Convent, and across Chartres Street from the Beauregard home
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 49 1114 Chartres Street--old Ursuline Convent, erected in 1734, oldest building in the Mississippi Valley.

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 50 1114 Chartres Street--old Ursuline Convent, erected in 1734, oldest building in the Mississippi Valley.

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 51 1123-1125-1127-1129-1133-1135 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 52 1126 Chartres Street--St. Mary's Italian Church, constructed in 1787 for the Ursuline nuns and rebuilt in 1864; legend says that heart of every archbishop of the diocese is buried behind the altar

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 53 3933 Chartres Street--old cottage which belonged to Macarty family; an incongruous later addition to plaster covered brick house is colored glass lattice work on four columns

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 54 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 55 4111 Chartres Street--once palatial dwelling of David Olivier; plantation life ended with Civil War; house 200 years old; purchased by Sisters of the Order of the Holy Cross; once St. Mary's Orphan Asylum

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 56 3933 Chartres Street--stained glass April 16, 1950
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 57 3933 Chartres Street--old cottage which belonged to Macarty family; an incongruous later addition to plaster covered brick house is colored glass lattice work on four columns

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 58 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street
4111 Chartres Street
RESCAN
New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 60 4111 Chartres Street--once palatial dwelling of David Olivier was built about 200 years ago; plantation life ended with Civil War--occupant Albert Piernas forced to sell

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 61 4111 Chartres Street--Olivier plantation house; cisterns of former plantation home are interesting relic

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 62 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 63 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantation home, 200 years old; sold by Albert Piernas to Sisters of Order of Holy Cross after Civil War for St. Mary's orphan asylum

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 64 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 65 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 66 919 Chartres Street--courtyard of house built in late 17th [sic] century

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 67 4111 Chartres Street--palatial Olivier plantation home, 200 years old; surrounded by brick buildings; home of Sisters of Order of Holy Cross--St. Mary's boys orphan asylum

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 68 4111 Chartres Street--David Olivier plantation home, 200 years old; sold by Albert Piernas to Sisters of Order of Holy Cross after Civil War for St. Mary's orphan asylum

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 69 4111 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 70 919 Chartres Street--courtyard of house built in late 17th [sic] century

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 71 919 Chartres Street--courtyard of house built in late 17th [sic] century

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 72 919 Chartres Street--courtyard of house built in late 17th [sic] century

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 73 919 Chartres Street--courtyard of house built in late 17th [sic] century

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 74 518-520 Chartres Street--patio flowers in an old iron bathtub

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 75 Patio at 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 76 915-917 Chartres Street--entrance to house in patio taken from inside towards Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 77 919 Chartres Street--courtyard of house built in late 17th [sic] century

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 78 518-520 Chartres Street--patio flowers in an old iron bathtub

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 79 Patio at 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 80 Patio at 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 81 Patio at 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 82 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 83 Patio at 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 84 Patio at 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 85 Patio at 518-520 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 86 Patio--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 87 Patio--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 88 Patio--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 89 Patio--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 90 Patio--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 91 Patio--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 92 Wisteria--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 93 Wisteria--614 Chartres Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 94 1101 Chartres Street--courtyard of home of Confederate General G. P. T. [sic] Beauregard

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 95 1101 Chartres Street--courtyard of home of Confederate General G. P. T. [sic] Beauregard

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 96 1101 Chartres Street--courtyard of home of Confederate General G. P. T. [sic] Beauregard

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 97 1101 Chartres Street--courtyard of home of Confederate General G. P. T. [sic] Beauregard

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 98 619 Chartres Street--Bosque House, of historic and architectural interest

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 99 1101 Chartres Street--courtyard of home of Confederate General G. P. T. [sic] Beauregard

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 100 Chartres Street entrance to the Court of Two Sisters facing 613 Royal Street

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 101 619 Chartres Street--Bosque House, of historic and architectural interest (second patio)

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 102 619 Chartres Street--Bosque House, of historic and architectural interest

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 103 619 Chartres Street--Bosque House, of historic and architectural interest (side patio)

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 104 619 Chartres Street--Bosque House, of historic and architectural interest

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 105 619 Chartres Street--Bosque House, of historic and architectural interest

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 106 St. Peter Street side of the Cabildo

New Orleans Streets Chartres Street Photograph 107 1321 Chartres Street--corner of Esplanade Avenue; built 1832 by Henry R. Denis, prominent attorney

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