Dorothy Violet Gulledge Photograph Collection
New Orleans Public Library

New Orleans Streets--E

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Thumbnail Series Subseries Image # (click to view) Gulledge Caption/Description Date Additional Description
New Orleans Streets Eighth Street Photograph 1 1313 Eighth Street--originally a raised cottage; built in 1874; home of George Cable; winter of 1884-1885 occupied by Joaquin Miller, California poet; now has Flo Field in one apartment

New Orleans Streets Elk Place Photograph 1 127 Elks [sic] Place
Built in 1917 as a lodge home for the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, this building housed the Louisiana Division of Employment Security when the photograph was taken. It is now owned by Tulane University.
New Orleans Streets Elk Place Photograph 2 127 Elks [sic] Place--side view

New Orleans Streets Elk Place Photograph 3 127 Elks [sic] Place

New Orleans Streets Elk Place Photograph 4 In front of 127 Elks [sic] Place
Showing a concrete lily pond on the Elk Place neutral ground
New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 1 Decatur & Esplanade--site of old Spanish fort San Carlos; General Jackson reviewed his troops from this point before the Battle of Chalmette; U.S. Mint, costing $3,000,000, erected in 1863; William Mumford, a Confederate patriot, hanged in front of building by order of General Butler
Built in 1917 as a lodge home for the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, this building housed the Louisiana Division of Employment Security when the photograph was taken. It is now owned by Tulane University.
New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 2 501 Esplanade Avenue
Rougelet's Department Store during its 1948 going out of business sale
New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 3 533 and 529 (blue) Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 4 529 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 5 524 Esplanade Avenue--erected in 1810 by Laurent Buzard and is probably the oldest building on the Avenue; home of Gaspar Cusachs, president of the Louisiana Historical Association for many years

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 6 533-529 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 7 Bourbon Street and Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 8 905 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 9 906 Esplanade Avenue--side view; erected by George Legendre, attorney, in 1831 where he lived until 1838; cast iron grilles in the garret windows are unique decorations and typical of that period

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 10 905 Esplanade Avenue--side view

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 11 Rear of 906 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 12 Rear of 906 Esplanade Avenue facing 1309-1311 Dauphine Street

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 13 Rear of 906 Esplanade Avenue facing 1309-1311 Dauphine Street

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 14 807 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 15 917 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 16 919 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 17 937 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 18 1002 Esplanade Avenue--erected by New Orleans Building & Improvement Co. on April 16, 1834; sold in 1838 to Jean Baptiste Dupiere; when sold to Joseph Dusuau it was a two-story mansion; third added later

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 19 1002-1004 Esplanade Avenue--erected by New Orleans Building & Improvement Co. on April 16, 1834; sold in 1838 to Jean Baptiste Dupiere; when sold to Joseph Dusuau it was a two-story mansion; third added later

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 20 1011 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 21 1251 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 22 544 Esplanade Avenue--built in 1853 by Francois Gras; sold six years later to Claude Tiblier; occupied by many socially elects during War between the States; 1875 home of Michel Lion

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 23 2435 Esplanade Avenue--Red Riding Hood and wolf on lawn

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 24 1819 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 25 1631 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 26 1342 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 27 2809 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 28 2809 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 29 2435 Esplanade Avenue--Red Riding Hood and wolf on lawn

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 30 2453 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 31 The Gayarre Place Monument--a stock figurine, presumably of liberty, on a red sandstone base; relic of Cotton Centennial Exposition held in New Orleans in 1884-1885; Gayarre Place named for Charles Etienne Gayarre, New Orleans historian
The Monument is in a small park bounded by Esplanade Avenue, Bayou Road, and North Tonti Street
New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 32 1707 Esplanade Avenue--built in 1859-1869 by Cyprian Dufour; purchased 1869 by Albert Baldwin, Sr.; two-story cement covered brick with massive Corinthian columns supporting upper balcony and roof

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 33 3338 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 34 3338 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 35 503 Esplanade Avenue--Rougelet's, one of New Orleans' oldest stores
Ms. Gulledge wrote the address as 501 but later wrote a numeral 3 over the numeral 1; 501 Esplanade is the usual address given for Rougelet's
New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 36 547 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 37 611 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 38 614 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 39 Lacework on building at Royal Street and Esplanade Avenue; dancing cupid or infant Bacchus doing the original bacchanal

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 40 Royal Street and Esplanade Avenue--built in 1856 by John Gauche; 1882 t0 Burke O'Brien; 1911 to Michel and Peter Spicuzza; late to Dr. John A. Linden

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 41 Royal Street and Esplanade Avenue--built in 1856 by John Gauche; 1882 t0 Burke O'Brien; 1911 to Michel and Peter Spicuzza; late to Dr. John A. Linden

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 42 640 Esplanade Avenue--side view

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 43 Bourbon Street and Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 44 544 Esplanade Avenue--built in 1853 by Francois Gras; sold six years later to Claude Tiblier; occupied by many socially elects during War between the States; 1875 home of Michel Lion

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 45 731 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 46 703 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 47 539 Esplanade Avenue

New Orleans Streets Esplanade Avenue Photograph 48 524 Esplanade Avenue--erected in 1810 by Laurent Buzard and is probably the oldest building on the Avenue; home of Gaspar Cusachs, president of the Louisiana Historical Association for many years

New Orleans Streets Everett Place Photograph 1 1 Everett Place--side yard

New Orleans Streets Everett Place Photograph 2 1 Everett Place--side yard

New Orleans Streets Exposition Boulevard Photograph 1 1207 Exposition Boulevard

New Orleans Streets Exposition Boulevard Photograph 2 1415 Exposition Boulevard

New Orleans Streets Exposition Boulevard Photograph 3 1331 Exposition Boulevard

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