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St. Charles Street, 1890s. Photograph taken from the street in front of City Hall looking down towards Canal Street. From an unidentified suit record in the Civil Courts Collection.

(1842-52) St. Charles Hotel - New Orleans, LA

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Canal Street (downtown) - Canal Street is a major thoroughfare in the city of New Orleans. Forming the upriver boundary of the city's oldest neighborhood, the French Quarter (Vieux Carré), it acted as the dividing line between the older French/Spanish Colonial-era city and the newer American Sector, today's Central Business District. Canal Street is often said to be the widest roadway in America to have been classified as a street, instead of the avenue or boulevard titles more typica...

New Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road Company streetcars and transfer station, 1901.The original photograph carries this note:View of normal condition surrounding transfer point at Carrollton Ave. & Poplar [now Willow] St. from upper side of street--with rear of transfer house--showing two cars--with passengers going each way-- Photograph by Charles T. Yenni. From Civil District Court #62696 (Muller vs New Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road Co.)

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