Vintage New Orleans

I was born & raised in New Orleans but currently reside in Texas. My blog is historical & vintage photos of my home town, New Orleans.
3527 Carondelet - 1896
Photo by Alexander Allison

3527 Carondelet - 1896

Photo by Alexander Allison

2343 Prytania Street - 1950
Photo by Dorothy Violet Gulledge

2343 Prytania Street - 1950

Photo by Dorothy Violet Gulledge

Farmers Market on North Peters Street - 1950
Photographer Unknown

Farmers Market on North Peters Street - 1950

Photographer Unknown

Entrance of the Crescent City Jockey Club - 1901
Photo by Cornelius Durkee

Entrance of the Crescent City Jockey Club - 1901

Photo by Cornelius Durkee

Pirates Alley - 1950
Photo by Dorothy Violet Gulledge

Pirates Alley - 1950

Photo by Dorothy Violet Gulledge

Crescent City Jockey Club - 1901
Photo by Cornelius Durkee

Crescent City Jockey Club - 1901

Photo by Cornelius Durkee

The Chalmette Monument - 1900s
Photo by C.Milo Williams

The Chalmette Monument - 1900s

Photo by C.Milo Williams

127 Elks Place - 1950s
Photo by Dorothy Violet Gulledge
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127 Elks Place - 1950s

Photo by Dorothy Violet Gulledge

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"A Streetcar Named Desire"
Photo by Robert Tallant

"A Streetcar Named Desire"

Photo by Robert Tallant

American Sugar Refinery - 1900
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American Sugar Refinery - 1900

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Also want to say this. When I ordered the crawfish in San Antonio, they asked me if I wanted “Regular or Spicy?” REALLY??!! I’m just glad they were good enough to satisfy the crawfish craving.

I just paid 6.95 per pound for crawfish in San Antonio. Damn me for being homesick! They calmed my craving though. Man I wish I was back home in New Orleans.