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828 Toulouse Street

828 Toulouse Street - Photograph - Black-and-white exterior view of the building designed by J.N.B. de Pouilly.

Shown in a state of disrepair, the building at 828 Toulouse Street was designed by antebellum New Orleans architect J.N.B. de Pouilly. The photograph was taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston. ZoomifyView »

Absalom Autrey House Museum

Absalom Autrey House Museum - Photograph - Exterior view

The town of Dubach in Lincoln Parish claims the title "Dogtrot Capital of the World." The Autrey House is an example of the dogtrot, so named because a dog could trot through the house's central breezeway that separates two or more flanking rooms. ZoomifyView »

Acadian Home

Acadian Home - Photograph - By George François Mugnier

A view of the façade of an Acadian House, with two women and one small child standing on the porch, looking at the camera. What appears to be a decrepit outhouse is in the foreground, and on the porch sit several barrels. View »

Afton Villa Main House

Afton Villa Plantation - Photograph - Plantation Architecture

The whimsical Gothic Revival-style Afton Villa in St. Francisville, Louisiana. Built from 1848–56, the masonry structure burned in 1963. ZoomifyView »

Afton Villa Entrance Gallery

Afton Villa Plantation - Photograph - Plantation Architecture

This photograph shows the entrance gallery of Afton Villa Plantation in West Feliciana Parish. ZoomifyView »

Afton Villa Plantation

Afton Villa Plantation - Photograph - Plantation Architecture

Afton Villa Plantation near St. Francisville was built for David Barrow in 1849 and destroyed by fire in 1963. This photograph shows a side view of the Gothic Revival house. ZoomifyView »

Afton Villa Plantation

Afton Villa Plantation - Photograph - Plantation Architecturea

This is one of the few remaining photographs showing Afton Villa Plantation, ca. 1940s. ZoomifyView »

Afton Villa Garden Statues

Afton Villa Plantation - Photograph - Plantation Gardens

Classical statues, such as in this photograph, and the formal gardens are all that remain of the plantation home Afton Villa near St. Francisville. ZoomifyView »

Afton Villa Maze Garden

Afton Villa Plantation - Photograph - Plantation Gardens

This perspective shows off the Afton Villa Maze garden near St. Francisville. In 1963 a fire destroyed Afton Villa and the gardens are all that remain of the plantation. ZoomifyView »

Afton Villa Garden

Afton Villa Plantation - Photograph - Plantation Gardens

The gardens at Afton Villa are open to the public in early summer and fall. ZoomifyView »

Alice Plantation

Alice Plantation - Photograph - Exterior view

Alice Plantation was built ca. 1790. In 1961 the upper floor was floated by barge along Bayou Teche from its original location in Baldwin (St. Mary Parish), which was being developed as a subdivision. View »

Allegheny County Court House

Allegheny County Court House - Illustration - 1888 rendering by Henry Hobson Richardson

Louisiana native Henry Hobson Richardson designed the Allegheny County Court House in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ZoomifyView »

Alma Plantation Sugar Mill

Alma Plantation - Photograph - Sugar Mill

A contemporary view of the Alma Plantation sugar mill in Lakeland, Louisiana. The working sugar mill has been in operation since the late 1800s. ZoomifyView »

Rendering of American National Bank Building

American Bank Building - Illustration - Architectural rendering of the American Bank Building

The American Bank Building in New Orleans was designed by the architectural firm of Moise Goldstein. Louisiana architect, Samuel Wilson, Jr., also worked on the project while he was employed by the firm in the 1930s. ZoomifyView »

American National Bank Building

American National Bank Building - Photograph - Aerial view by Charles L. Franck Photographers between 1979 and 1983

An aerial view of the American Bank Building in New Orleans, which was designed by the architectural firm of Moise Goldstein. Louisiana architect, Samuel Wilson, Jr., also worked on the project while he was employed by the firm in the 1930s. View »

Angelina Plantation

Angelina Plantation - Photograph - Robert Tebbs

A fireplace with cooking kettle at Angelina Plantation. ZoomifyView »

Archbishopric in New Orleans.

Archbishopric - Photograph - Black-and-white photograph by Richard Koch c.1934.

Richard Koch took this photograph of the Archbishopric building, located at 1114 Chartres Street in New Orleans, for the Historic American Building Survey (HABS). During the Great Depression, HABS workers inventoried and documented historic buildings around the state. View »

Archives Nationales Main Building in Paris, France

Archives Nationales - Photograph - Color photo of the main building of the Archives Nationales in Paris

The main building of the Archives Nationales in Paris, France. The archives house some of the earliest New Orleans architectural records. ZoomifyView »

Ardoyne Plantation

Ardoyne Plantation - Photograph - Exterior view

An exterior view of Ardoyne Plantation. Built in the late 19th century, Ardoyne is an example Gothic revival architecture. View »

Ardoyne Plantation

Ardoyne Plantation - Photograph - Exterior view

Ardoyne Plantation is considered by the National Register of Historic Places as one of the largest and most elaborate remaining examples of rural Victorian Gothic architecture in Louisiana. ZoomifyView »

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