New Orleans French Quarter - Chartres St. Photos

Chartres Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans runs past the Louisiana Supreme Court, Jackson Square, the old Ursuline Convent & St. Mary's Church, the Beauregard-Keyes & other historic houses.

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Round corner of Supreme Court of Louisiana. New Orleans, LA.Pierre Maspero's Slave Exchange was site of meeting between Andrew Jackson & Lafitte Brothers to plan Battle of New Orleans. New Orleans, LA.Second City Criminal Court & Third Precinct Police Station now home of Williams Research Center of Historic New Orleans Collection. New Orleans, LA.Overview of Jackson Square with Cabildo, St. Louis Cathedral, Presbytère & Andrew Jackson statue. New Orleans, LA.
Round corner of Supreme Court of Louisiana. New Orleans, LA.Pierre Maspero's Slave Exchange (1788) (440 Chartres at St. Louis) was site of meeting between Andrew Jackson & Lafitte Brothers to plan Battle of New Orleans. New Orleans, LA.Second City Criminal Court & Third Precinct Police Station (1915) (410 Chartres St.) now home of Williams Research Center of Historic New Orleans Collection. New Orleans, LA. Style: Beaux Arts.Overview of Jackson Square with Cabildo, St. Louis Cathedral, Presbytère & Andrew Jackson statue. New Orleans, LA.
Cabildo now houses Louisiana State Museum was site of Louisiana Purchase Transfer. New Orleans, LA.View of Jackson Square against downtown highrises. New Orleans, LA.Victor David House now clubhouse of Le Petit Salon literary group. New Orleans, LA.Faulkner House Books where Faulkner worked on first novel. New Orleans, LA.
Cabildo (1788 rebuilt 1795-99) now houses Louisiana State Museum was site of Louisiana Purchase Transfer (1803). New Orleans, LA. Architect: Gilberto Guillemard. On National Register. View of Jackson Square against downtown highrises. New Orleans, LA. Victor David House (1838) (620 St. Peter St.) now clubhouse of Le Petit Salon literary group. New Orleans, LA.Faulkner House Books (624 Pirate's Alley) where Faulkner worked on first novel. New Orleans, LA.
De la Ronde House. New Orleans, LA.Birth house of jazz artist Danny Barker. New Orleans, LA.Don Manuel Lanzos house now Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.Joseph LeCarpentier / Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard / Frances Parkinson Keyes House. New Orleans, LA.
De la Ronde House (c1807) (1021 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.Birth house (1027 Chartres St.) of jazz artist Danny Barker. New Orleans, LA.Don Manuel Lanzos house (1788) (632 Dumaine St.) now Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA. Style: Creole French Colonial. Joseph LeCarpentier / Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard / Frances Parkinson Keyes House (1826) (1113 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA. Architect: François Correjolles. On National Register.
LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House porch. New Orleans, LA.Cast iron stairs up to LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House. New Orleans, LA.Garden beside LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House restored in 1954 by author / Frances Parkinson Keyes foundation. New Orleans, LA.Kumquat tree in garden of beside LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House. New Orleans, LA.
LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House porch. New Orleans, LA.Cast iron stairs up to LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House. New Orleans, LA.Garden (c1833) beside LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House restored in 1954 by author / Frances Parkinson Keyes foundation. New Orleans, LA.Kumquat tree in garden of beside LeCarpentier-Beauregard-Keyes House. New Orleans, LA.
Old Ursuline Convent which became Archbishop's Palace & also meeting place of state legislature. New Orleans, LA.St. Mary's Catholic Church. New Orleans, LA.Portal of St. Mary's Catholic Church. New Orleans, LA.Cast iron railing with flowers & Mardi Gras decorations on Chartres St. New Orleans, LA.
Old Ursuline Convent (1748-52) which became Archbishop's Palace (1824-99) & also meeting place of state legislature (1831-4) (1114 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA. Architect: Ignace Broutin & Andre De Batz. On National Register.St. Mary's Catholic Church (1845) (1116 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.Portal of St. Mary's Catholic Church. New Orleans, LA.Cast iron railing with flowers & Mardi Gras decorations on Chartres St. (1119 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.
Cast iron grape-motif railings on gallery of. New Orleans, LA.Row of double gallery houses on Chartres St. from Gov. Nicholls St. New Orleans, LA.Double gallery house. New Orleans, LA.Streetscape along Barrack St. from Chartres. New Orleans, LA.
Cast iron grape-motif railings on gallery of (1127 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.Row of double gallery houses on Chartres St. from Gov. Nicholls St. New Orleans, LA.Double gallery house (1225 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.Streetscape along Barrack St. from Chartres. New Orleans, LA.
Residential heritage corner building. New Orleans, LA.Devil door knocker. New Orleans, LA.Red & gray brackets of shotgun double house. New Orleans, LA.Brackets of shotgun double house. New Orleans, LA.
Residential heritage corner building (1301 Chartres St. at Barrack). New Orleans, LA.Devil door knocker (1300 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.Red & gray brackets of shotgun double house (1304 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.Brackets of shotgun double house (1310-12 Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.
Henry Raphael Denis House , then home of Japanese chemist Jokichi Takamine, discoverer of Adrenaline. New Orleans, LA.Detail of cast iron railings on Henry Raphael Denis House. New Orleans, LA.

Henry Raphael Denis House (1834) , then home of Japanese chemist Jokichi Takamine, discoverer of Adrenaline (600 Esplanade at Chartres St.). New Orleans, LA.Detail of cast iron railings on Henry Raphael Denis House. New Orleans, LA.


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