5 edition of Guide to the photographic collections at the Historic New Orleans Collection. found in the catalog.
Guide to the photographic collections at the Historic New Orleans Collection.
Historic New Orleans Collection.
|LC Classifications||MLCS 92/17718 (T)|
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|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||89081507|
The digital collections of the Library of Congress contain a wide variety of primary source materials lated to slavery, including photographs, documents, and sound recordings. Provided below is a link to the home page for each relevant digital collection along with selected highlights. The Matas Library Historical Collection includes a collection of photographic portraits of Louisiana physicians. Many of the photographs were from the personal collections of Dr. Rudolph Matas, B. Bernard Weinstein, Elizabeth Bass and others that have donated photographs to .
Documenting Preservation History Through Education: The New Orleans Preservation Timeline Project by John H. Stubbs, Tulane University John Stubbs: Thank you very much. You don’t know what a pleasure it is for me to be here for a lot of reasons, to be among dear colleagues on the line battling to educate new generations of preservationists. Chapter 6 on Photographic Techniques for Conservation, has also been expanded—principally in regard to Infrared and Ultraviolet Photography. Includes nearly 40 pages of detailed screenshot instructions in the Appendix that fully illustrate sample photography workflows in .
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Guide to the photographic collections at the Historic New Orleans Collection. New Orleans, La.: Historic New Orleans Collection, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Historic New Orleans Collection. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 24 unnumbered pages: illustrations ; 22 cm.
Campeche chair; ca. ; mahogany and leather: chair probably made in Louisiana, leather made in Mexico; The Historic New Orleans Collection, acquisition made possible by the Laussat Society, Member event: Spanish Legacies in Louisiana Furniture.
Mardi Gras In New Orleans, Tuesday, March 6 Procession of the "Mystic [sic] Krewe of. To help prevent the spread of COVID and for the safety of our community, The Historic New Orleans Collection will close temporarily starting Saturday, March This closure includes Cafe Cour and The Shop at The Collection.
In light of state and national declarations of emergency, and out of a desire to actively help with containment of the. The Historic New Orleans Collection. 34, likes 1, talking about this were here.
A museum, research center, and publisher located in the heart of the French Quarter and dedicated to /5(). The Historic New Orleans Collection. These snapshots come from a circa photo album, and the photos are believed to have been taken at New Orleans University, which was a historically black college located Uptown.
Not to be confused with today’s UNO, the school was founded in as the Union Normal School and stood on St. Charles Avenue /5(). Collection No. P Historic New Orleans Collection Cane River Colony Study,A brochure with study documents pertaining to the historical background for the Cane River Colony, which was a self-contained, rural family colony, of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in.
The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC) is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to the study and preservation of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South region of the United States.
It is located in New Orleans' French institution was established in by General and Mrs. Kemper Williams to keep their collection of Louisiana materials intact Location: Royal Street Complex: Royal Street.
The Louisiana Division/City Archives Photograph Collection includes thousands of photographic prints, negatives, slides, and born-digital images from individual photographers and New Orleans municipal government agencies. The collections are primarily represented here, and additional collections will be added over time.
A unique museum gift shop located in the French Quarter that offers reproduction maps and prints, jewelry and gifts by local artists and our own publications as well as many other titles related to the culture and history of New Orleans and Louisiana.
Many of the items in this shop can only be found at The Historic New Orleans Collection. (On-Site Access Only) The Abe L. Shushan Collection contains nearly items including scrapbooks, photographs, and personal memorabilia of the former president of the Orleans Levee Board, under whose direction the Lake Pontchartrain sea wall and.
The Historic New Orleans Collection: Newcomb Pottery Collections - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for New Orleans, LA, at Tripadvisor.5/5(). The Historic New Orleans Collection has extensive holdings of significant manuscript and printed maps.
Acquisition was begun by The Collection's founder, General L. Kemper Williams, in the s and '30s. Since then considerable additions have been made including a wide range of maps dating from early colonial times to the present.
Video programming from The Historic New Orleans Collection a museum, publisher, and research center dedicated to the study and preservation of the history an Views: New Orleans is celebrating its Tricentennial.
To commemorate the anniversary, the Historic New Orleans Collection highlights its exhibit 'New Orleans, the Founding Era.' Marketing Associate Lauren. The collection spans the years to and houses a nearly-complete photographic archive of photojournalist James Karales, active from the s to the s.
The majority of the images in the collection originated from Karales' documentary work for Look magazine during the s. Discover New Orleans' past through stories, artifacts and memorabilia at the Historic New Orleans Collection in the French Quarter.
Learn more: https://www.n. New Orleans Police Department Mugshot Collection, ca. s New Orleans Public Library Photographs Booklists and Bibliographies, ca.
ss Adult Programs Photographs, ca. ; Sample Photographs. New Orleans Recreation Department Scrapbook Photographs, ; Office of Civil Defense Photographs, ca.
New Orleans Artists - SEE ALL. The Art of Dianne Parks New Orleans Artist, Painting the New Orleans Life. Born and raised in New Orleans and educated at the McCrady School of Fine Art in the French Quarter, artist Dianne Parks has been painting the interesting streets, unique food and serene swamps in and around New Orleans and South Louisiana for over 30 years.
New Orleans, Louisiana Historic Book Collection - 36 Books Exploring New Orleans, Its History, Culture and Its Genealogy / Important Citizens in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries [THA New Media LLC] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The New Orleans, Louisiana Histories book collection is a group of 36 books that detail the history of New Orleans - primarily in the 19th and.
Save 84% off the newsstand price. Royal Street, New Orleans, LA - United States Website Facebook Twitter Free Everyday Founded inThe Historic New Orleans Collection.
Union guide to photographs in Texas, "held by libraries, historical societies, universities, museums, government agencies, corporations, and other public entities" (p. xi).
Entries are organized according to the institution that owns the items and includes some related access information; additional notes about the text are included in the introduction and a separate section labeled.The exhibition catalog for In the Spirit: The Photography of Michael P.
Smith from The Historic New Orleans Collection features essays by Jason Berry, Dan Cameron, and John Lawrence and Jude Solomon and includes a selection of nearly Michael P. 5/5(2).The collection is especially strong in the following areas: communications and mass media, social justice, performing arts, New Orleans writers, and the archives of Loyola University New Orleans.
Most collections listed here are available for research, but access to some collections may be limited by institutional, legal, or physical access.