TBFQ (throwback French Quarter)

“The photos’ provenance is unclear. They are neither dated nor credited, and the handwritten captions provide only the barest of details. But at least some have been printed before, in the 1917 edition of “The Times-Picayune Guide to New Orleans,” a book aimed at tourists that was published annually for many years.”afqcornerjpg-7f1e0bec5389e80f

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About DW

New Orleans resident, writer, activist. Public market consultant.

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