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Loyola Avenue
Attached text: Extending Loyola Avenue to the new Union Passenger Terminal and the construction of Place Bienville in front of the terminal was one of the major jobs accomplished by the New Orleans' Streets Department during the past year. A monument to Bienville, the founder of New Orleans, was recently unvieled in front of the terminal.
Unknown date
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Loyola Avenue at Tulane toward Union Station "after"
March 15, 1956
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Loyola Avenue at Civic Center area
Attached text: Civic center site where New Orleans' new city hall is to be built is put to use temporarily as parking space. Area has been the scene of a much private building activity since city government cleared out the slums formerly in this section. At right is Loyola Avenue, a newly-widened thoroughfare leading to Union Passenger Terminal.
Unknown date
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Loyola Avenue showing trees at Union Passenger Terminal
Unknown date
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Loyola Avenue looking uptown
December, 1952
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Loyola Avenue: Street traffic lane making machine
Unknown date
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
Loyola Avenue near Tulane
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