Madame John's Legacy, New Orleans Photos

The Don Manuel Lanzos house (1788) (632 Dumaine St.) is the oldest remaining Creole-style house in New Orleans. It is open now as the Madame John's Legacy Museum run by the Louisiana State Museum.

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Don Manuel Lanzos house now Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.Creole French Colonial-style porch of Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.Courtyard facade of Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.Courtyard of Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.
Don Manuel Lanzos house (1788) (632 Dumaine St.) now Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA. Style: Creole French Colonial.Creole French Colonial-style porch of Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.Courtyard facade of Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.Courtyard of Madame John's Legacy Museum. New Orleans, LA.

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