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Bird's eye view of New Orleans

New Orleans - Lithograph - Entitled "Birds' eye view of New Orleans", 1851

Bird's-eye view of New Orleans, Louisiana, with the Mississippi River in the foreground. ZoomifyView »

Gov. Francis T. Nicholls (Oil Portrait)

Nicholls, Francis Redding Tillou - Painting - Formal seated portrait

Democrat Francis T. Nicholls's first election to the office of governor in 1876 was disputed by the Republican Stephen B. Packard. Nicholls was eventually named the victor as part of the Compromise of 1877, which also settled the contested presidential election and effectively ended Reconstruction. Nicholls later served a second term beginning in 1888. ZoomifyView »

Native Americans - Painting - "Indian Lodge on Bluffs" by Harold Rudolph

A landscape painting by Harold Rudolph entitled Indian Lodge on Bluffs. ZoomifyView »

Norieri, August A. -Painting- Robert E Lee Steamship

Painting of the Robert E. Lee Steamship by August A. Norieri (1860-1898), c.1876. ZoomifyView »

View at Spanish Fort

Norieri, August - Painting - "View at Spanish Fort"

August Norieri painted "View of Spanish Fort" in 1892. The painting was created with oils on canvas and measures 16 x 32 in. ZoomifyView »

Negroes hiding in the swamps of Louisiana (original caption) - Wood engraving - Harper's weekly, 1873 May 10, p. 396.

An illustration from Harper's depicting a group of men hiding in a makeshift encampment in a swamp after the Colfax Massacre in 1873. ZoomifyView »

Josephine Louise Le Monnier

Newcomb, Josephine Louise - Bust

Bust of Mrs. Josephine Louise Newcomb, mother of Sophie Newcomb, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College Institute. ZoomifyView »

Classroom, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College Institute

Newcomb Memorial College - Photograph - Historical classroom image

Women studying in a classroom at H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College Institute. View »

New Orleans Riot - Illustration - by Theodore R. Davis c.1866

This illustration from Harper's Weekly depicts the 1866 riot in New Orleans. During this conflict, former Confederates--including the local police--attacked Radical Republicans who had reconvened the 1864 Constitution Convention. ZoomifyView »

Gov. Francis T. Nicholls in Confederate Uniform

Nicholls, Francis Redding Tillou - Photograph - Seated portrait in military uniform

A brigadier general in the Confederate Army, Francis Redding Tillou Nicholls lost an arm and a leg in Civil War battles. He served two nonconsecutive terms as governor of Louisiana and was chief justice of the state supreme court. ZoomifyView »

Nottoway Plantation

Nottoway Plantation - Painting - By Cornelia Randolph Murrell, c.1875

Henry Howard designed Nottoway Plantation in White Castle for John Hampden Randolph. Completed in 1859, the building combines elements of Greek Revival and Italianate styles. ZoomifyView »

Natchitoches Parish Courthouse

Natchitoches Parish Courthouse - Photograph - PWA building in the town of Natchitoches

The Natchitoches Parish Courthouse in the town of Natchitoches was built as part of the Public Works Administration (PWA) project, in the style referred to as PWA Moderne. ZoomifyView »

Solomon Northup

Northup, Solomon - Illustration - by Derby and Miller

Born free in 1808, New York native Solomon Northup was kidnapped and sold into slavery in 1841. “Twelve Years a Slave,” an account of his experiences in the South, was published in 1853. ZoomifyView »

New Orleans Public Service, Inc.

New Orleans Public Service, Inc. - Rendering - External view of the building designed by Favrot and Livaudais

A black-and-white reproduction of an architectural rendering of the front elevation of the New Orleans Public Service, Inc. building, designed by Favrot and Livaudais, Ltd. View »

New Orleans National Bank, 201 Camp Street

New Orleans National Bank - Photograph - Designed by Thomas Sully

The New Orleans National Bank Building, located at 201 Camp Street, was commissioned to be built by architects Thomas Sully and Albert Toledano. It was designed in the Renaissance Revival style and completed in 1885. ZoomifyView »

The Thirty-Fifth Annual Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association

National American Woman Suffrage Association - Document - Program for the thirty-fifth annual NAWSA convention, 1903

The cover of a program from the thirty-fifth annual convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, held in New Orleans in 1903. ZoomifyView »

National Anti-Suffrage Association Headquarters

National Anti-Suffrage Association Headquarters - Photograph - Circa 1911

A group of men examine material posted in the window of the National Anti-Suffrage Association headquarters. A sign in the window reads "Headquarters National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage," ca. 1911. ZoomifyView »

Native Americans - Illustration - Pencil sketch by Alfred R. Waud of early explorers making a payment to Native Americans

This nineteenth-century pencil sketch by Alfred R. Waud shows Native Americans trading with white men. ZoomifyView »

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival - Photograph - Clifton Chenier performing in 1981

Clifton Chenier performs at The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. New Orleans photographer Michael P. Smith captured this image of the shoulder-to-shoulder crowd at the Fair Grounds in 1981. ZoomifyView »

Advertisement for the 35th Annual Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association

National American Woman Suffrage Association - Ephemera - Advertisement for the thirty-fifth annual NAWSA convention, 1903

Advertisement for The 35th Annual Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, held in New Orleans in 1903. At the convention, the Association voted to accept a states' rights structure to woman suffrage that permitted Southern states the right to deny black women voting rights. ZoomifyView »