New Orleans Through Post Cards
Historic old post cards tell the story of New Orleans in the 1930s and 40s.
Post Card Index

Above: Bridge across Mississippi River at New Orleans


Above: Entrance to city park


Above: Canal Street


Above: Canal Street at night


Above: The French Market


Above: The French Quarter


Above: Hiebernia Bank Building


Above: The old Jung Hotel


Above: "Lace Ironwork" in French Quarter


Above: View of Lafayette Square


Above: Tulane University


Above: French Market


Above: Library


Above: Pontabla Aprtmaents


Above:Civil Court Building


Above:St. Louis Cathedral


Above: Fan shaped window of W.C.C. Clairborn's home


Above: Urseline Convent


Above: Urseline Convent


Above: The Customs House


Above: Highrise Hotel New Orleans


Above: Photo postcard of Jackson Square


Above: Same postcard "hand-colored"


Above: New Orleans Race Track


Above: Tree lined St. Charles Ave


Above: Sugar Bowl


Above: Canal Street


Above: World's Fair 84


Above: St. Marks Church


Above: U.S. Mint


Above: Tulane


Above: French Market



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