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Ice Depot Dauphine & St. Phillip. ca 1880-1910

:: George Francois Mugnier New Orleans Scenes

To the casual passer-by, the house on Dauphine Street offers no outward clue to the debauchery and carnage that took place within its walls more than a century ago, leaving the dark mystery of an unsolved massacre and slaughtered spirits...

Harem of Horror: Murder at the 'Sultan's Palace'

To the casual passer-by, the house on Dauphine Street offers no outward clue to the debauchery and carnage that took place within its walls more than a century ago, leaving the dark mystery of an unsolved massacre and slaughtered spirits...

Dauphine at Orleans 1912-1915

Dauphine at Orleans

Esplanade and Dauphine Streets, ca. 1906

vintage photo from the scene of a horse and wagon accident in the middle of the street - Esplanade and Dauphine Streets, New Orleans ca.

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Yesterday, I was scheduled for an interview with immigration to become a citizen and afterwards had lunch in beautiful Old Mandeville, LA.

Street in New Orleans.

December "New Orleans, downtown street." North Front at Canal. Nitrate negative by Walker Evans for the Farm Security AdministrationShorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Sun Coffee Shop: 1935

Wandering around the French Quarter in @OldNavy layers. So happy that it’s finally sweater weather here in NOLA! #OldNavyStyle #Sponsored

Wandering Around the French Quarter

Wandering around the French Quarter in layers. So happy that it’s finally sweater weather here in NOLA!

(setting)  This picture is very similar to the play.  It looks like the older/run down part of town with higher buildings and balconies.  Balconies like the one Stella came down from when Stanely begged for forgiveness. [Act I scene 1 pg 15]

Streetcar Named Desire

Vieux carre 1920-1926

Woman holding a sack standing by the doorway of a building in the French Quarter, New Orleans

Philip Werlein's Music Store at 605 Canal Street in New Orleans, LA (image taken by Charles L. Franck Photographers, between 1930 and 1935)

Philip Werlein's Music Store at 605 Canal Street in New Orleans, LA (image taken by Charles L. Franck Photographers, between 1930 and

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