Carnival - Crescent City Doubloon Traders
Carnival - Hand Book of the Carnival; containing Mardi-Gras, its ancient and modern observance; pub. from old catalog, John W. Madden, 1874.
Carnival - Masquerade and carnival: their customs and costumes. Publisher: The Butterick publishing Co. Ltd., Mrs. Jennie Taylor Wandle, 1892.
Carnival - Twelfth-Night at the Century Club, January 6, 1858.

Cookery - Confederate Receipt Book. A compilation of over one hundred receipts, adapted to the times. West & Johnston, Richmond, 1863.
Cookery - Cooking in Old Créole Days. La cuisine créole à l'usage des petits ménages, 1903.
Cookery - La Cuisine Créole: a collection of culinary recipes from leading chefs and noted Créole housewives, who have made New Orleans famous for its cuisine. Hearn, Lafcadio, ca.1885.
Cookery - New Orleans Cook Book; Parker Memorial M. E. church, South. New Orleans, 1898.
Cookery - Picayune's Creole Cook Book; The Picayune, 1910.
Cookery - Tell me what you eat: I will tell you what you are. —Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, Physiologie du goût, 1825. The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Cookery - The Créole Cookery Book, Christian Woman's Exchange (New Orleans, La.), 1885.

Créole - Gombo Zhebes, Little dictionary of Créole proverbs, selected from six Créole dialects. Tr. into French and into English, with notes, complete index to subjects and some brief remarks upon the Créole idioms of Louisiana, Lafcadio Hearn, 1885.
Créole - Theory and Practice of Créole Grammar, The. J. J. Thomas, 1869.
Créole - Families of New Orleans. Grace Elizabeth King, 1921.
Créole - callais.net
Créole - Old Créole Days. George Washington Cable. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
Créole - Songs Cable Sang. virginia.edu
Créole - The Créole Tourist's Guide and Sketch Book to the City of New Orleans, with Map. Créole Publishing Company, 1910.
Créole - The Grandissimes. George W. Cable, 1886. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
Créole - Who Are the Créole? George W. Cable, The Century; a popular quarterly, Volume 0025, Issue 3, (January 1883).
Créole Slave Songs - The Century; a popular quarterly, Volume 0031, Issue 6, (April 1886).

French Quarter - The French Quarter: an Informal History of the New Orleans Underworld. © Copyrighted Ownership: Herbert Asbury, 1938. [In possession of Webmaster]
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French Quarter - Dance in Place Congo; The Century Magazine from February, 1886.
French Quarter - The Story of the Old French market, New Orleans. Martha Reinhard Smallwood Field, 1916. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
French Quarter - An Old House in the Quarter: Vice in the Vieux Carré of the 1930s by (© Coipyright Ownership) Anthony Stanonis; This paper was selected by the Department of History as the Outstanding Paper for the 1996-1997 academic year. Historian, Joseph G. Tregle.

History - Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information. Barkham Burroughs, 1889.
History - Cremation of the dead: its history and bearings upon public health, 1875.
History - A history of mourning. Richard Davey, 1890.
History - Al Rose, His Secret Life by Rex Rose, © Copyright Ownership.
History - Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University
History - American Women: fifteen hundred biographies with over 1,400 portraits: a comprehensive encyclopedia of the lives and achievements of American women during the nineteenth century, Volume: 1. Mary Ashton Rice Livermore, 1897.
History - My Native Land. The United States: its Wonders, its Beauties, and its People; with Descriptive Notes, Character Sketches, Folk Lore, Traditions, Legends and History, for the Amusement of the Old and the Instruction of the Young. James Cox, 1903. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
History - Ohio State University. osu.edu
History - The Nineteenth Century in Print: The Making of America in Books and Periodicals; collection bear nineteenth century American imprints, dating mainly from between 1850 and 1880. University of Michigan
History - University Library, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. unc.edu
History - gutenberg.org
History - Library of Congress

Louisiana - Lafitte of Louisiana. Mary Devereux, 1902.
Louisiana - Lafitte: The Pirate of the Gulf. J. H. (Joseph Holt) Ingraham, 1836.
Louisiana - a text book on the industrial, commercial, financial, agricultural, live stock, produce, lumber and mineral resources, and advantages of a great state. Publisher: The Times-Picayune.
Louisiana - Department Of Culture Recreation And Tourism
Louisiana - New Orleans Public Library. Louisiana Photograph Collection. Louisiana Division/City Archives.

Music - 1920s Music, Street Walking Blues, References used for this album were: Phil Morrell, The Jazz Museum, Key Largo; Storyville, New Orleans by Al Rose; Blues and Gospel Records, Goodrich, Dixon; Blues Fell This Morning, Paul Oliver; Tell Your Story, Eric Townly. Jack Horntip Collection
Music - I Remember Jazz, Al Rose, 1987. © Copyright Ownership.
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Music - Jazz: Its Evolution and Essence, André Hodeir, 1956. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
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Music - Jazzmen, The Story of Hot Jazz Told in the Lives of the Men Who Created It Frederick Ramsey, Jr. and Charles Edward Smith (eds.), 1939. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
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Music - (About) Jazz History and Education, about.com Jazz
Music - Swing That Music. Louis Armstrong, 1936. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
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Music - Hogan Jazz Archive Collection Development - New Orleans. The Archive was established by Tulane University in 1958, under the auspices of a Ford Foundation grant administered by William Ransom Hogan, Chairman of the Department of History Hogan Jazz Archive Collection.
Music - Hopkins' New Orleans 5 Cent Song Book. Publisher: J. Hopkins, printer. [New Orleans] 1861.

New Orleans ...a descriptive view book in colors. Publisher: H. H. Tammen Co., 1913.
New Orleans - A Streetcar Named Desire; play from writer Tennessee Williams that debuted in 1947 and went on to become one of his best known works. Tennessee Williams' Books, Plays. [In possession of Webmaster]
New Orleans - and its environs; the domestic architecture 1727-1870, New Orleans; Doorways; New Orleans Historic buildings; New Orleans Pictorial works. Italo William Ricciuti, Rudolf Hertzberg, 1938. umiss.lib.olemiss.edu
New Orleans - As It Is, With a correct guide to all places of interest. W. E. Pedrick, 1885.
New Orleans - Book (The). Emma Cecilia Richey & Evelina Prescott Kean, joint author; New Orleans. Board of school directors, 1919.
New Orleans - Gardner's New Orleans Directory for 1861.
New Orleans - Grünewald Hall (New Orleans, LA, USA): The Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel Opened in 1893 as "The Grunewald".
New Orleans - Guide, with descriptions of the routes to New Orleans, sights of the city arranged alphabetically, also outlines of the history of Louisiana. James S. Zacharie, 1902.
New Orleans - Hermann-Grima/Gallier Historic Houses
New Orleans - Hidden From History. New Orleans Public Library
New Orleans - Historical sketch book and guide to New Orleans and environs, with map, 1885.
New Orleans - History of New Orleans. John Kendall, © Copyright Ownership, 1922
New Orleans - Guide to New Orleans, American Guide Series. Written and compiled by the Federal Writers Project of the Works Progress Administration for the City of New Orleans. Robert Maestri, Mayor of New Orleans, Co-operating Sponsor. Houghton Mifflin Company - Boston. The Riverside Press Cambridge 1938. © Copyright Ownership, 1938, by the Mayor of New Orleans.
New Orleans - Office of Policy Planning, Iberville Project Neighborhood Profile. The Historic New Orleans Collection. University of Pennsylvania, © Copyright Ownership: December 1978). Federal Writers' Project, 1938
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New Orleans - Documenting the American South (DocSouth)
New Orleans - Illustrated Vsitors' Guide to New Orleans. J. C. Waldo, Publisher: New Orleans, 1879.
New Orleans - Jewell's Crescent City Illustrated. Edwin L. (Edwin Lewis) Jewell, 1874.
New Orleans - LOUISiana Digital Library
New Orleans - Names of streets in the city of New Orleans, and the assessment districts in which they are located. Publisher: New Orleans, Weed & Kelly, stationers, and steam book and job printers, 1871.
New Orleans - NOLA.com
New Orleans - Old and New, William Allen, 1914. [In possession of Webmaster]
New Orleans - Picayune's Guide to New Orleans, The Picayune, 1904.
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New Orleans - R. Gordon Holcombe, Jr. Scrapbook: The Demolition of Old Charity Hospital: Photos, Clippings, Memorabilia. © Copyright Ownership: R. G. (Richard Gordon) Holcombe, 1937.
New Orleans - Soards Guide Book illustrated, and street guide of New Orleans, 1885.
New Orleans - Social Life in Old New Orleans, Being Recollections of my Girlhood. Eliza Moore Chinn McHatton Ripley, 1912.
New Orleans - Souvenir of New Orleans, 1897.
New Orleans - Standard history of New Orleans, Louisiana, giving a description of the natural advantages, natural history, settlement, Indians, Creoles, municipal and military history, mercantile and commercial interests, banking, transportation, struggles against high water, the press, educational. Henry Rightor, 1900.
New Orleans - what to see and how to see it; a standard guide to the city of New Orleans. Illustrated, New Orleans Progressive Union, 1909.
New Orleans - Winter in New Orleans, Season 1912-1913; Southern Pacific Company, 1912.
New Orleans - thepastwhispers.com © Copyright Ownership
New Orleans - the place and the people. Grace Elizabeth King, 1895.
New Orleans - History of the St. Louis Cathedral of New Orleans; Publisher: The Times-Democrat. Louis J. Loewenstein, 1882.
New Orleans - History of the St. Louis Cathedral. stlouiscathedral.org © Copyright Ownership
New Orleans - In and around the old St. Louis Cathedral of New Orleans. Celestin M. Chambon, 1908.
St. Louis I cemetery, New Orleans: transitional composite metalwork (19th C.), © Copyright Ownership (2002). © Copyright Status: Penn School of Design permits distribution and display of this student work by University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Stephen O'Ryan Curtis, © Copyright Ownership (2002); Penn Graduate Program In Historic Preservation

Prints - Antique maps and prints.
Prints - Illustrated catalogue of barbers' supplies. Spring, 1888.
Prints - Louisiana Division's, David Barrow Fischer Collection, several hundred prints of steamboats collected by Fischer and donated to New Orleans Public Library (© Copyright Ownership): 1955 by members of his family after his death.
Prints - MapSales.com carries an assorted selection of wall maps for our variety of customers. This selection includes wall maps for business, education and interior décor. MapSales.com also creates custom wall maps for customers who need specific details on their wall map.
Prints - NYPL Digital Collections website New York Public Library.
Prints - The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals, volumes for The Century; a popular quarterly.
Prints - Old-print.
Prints - cardcow.com. (© Copyright Ownership)
Prints - flickr.com. (© Copyright Ownership)

South - Blue and gray or, Two oaths and three warnings. Louisiana, pseud; Richard Hooker Wilmer, 1885.
South - Anecdotes of McClellan's Bravery, The Century; a popular quarterly, Volume 0031, Issue 4, (February 1886).
South - Beauvoir
South - A History of Mississippi for use in Schools. Robert Lowry, William H. McCardle, joint authors, 1892.
South - Born And Raised In The South, Ferriday, LA. © Copyright Ownership
South - Folk beliefs of the southern Negro. Newbell Niles Puckett, © Copyright Ownership, 1926.
South - Romance and Realism of the Southern Gulf Coast. Minnie Walter Myers, 1898.
South - Society & Culture Clarity Digital Group LLC d/b/a Examiner.com. examiner.com
South - The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland; Illustrations by J. Wells Champney. Edward King, 1875.
South - The Mississippi River, from St. Paul to New Orleans; pub. from old catalog. Alexander Harthill, 1859.

Storyville - Brothel Tokens. Houses of Ill Repute Tokens. © Copyrighted Ownership.
Storyville - The Last Days of E. J. Bellocq, by Rex Rose (© Copyrighted Ownership). This article is the most authoritative overview of what is known on New Orleans' Storyville photographer, E. J. Bellocq. It was originally published in the soon-to-be-defunct online version of Andrei Codrescu's Exquisite Corpse. Permission granted by Rex Rose; containing listed Soures and References.
Storyville - Flynn's digest of the city ordinances, together with the constitutional provisions, acts of the General assembly, and decisions of the courts relative to the government of the City of New Orleans. John Q. Flynn, 1896.
Storyville - The laws and general ordinances of the city of New Orleans: together with the acts of the legislature, decisions of the Supreme Court, and constitutional provisions, relating to the city government: revised and digested, pursuant to an order of the Common Council. Henry J. (Henry Jefferson) Leovy, 1857.
Storyville, New Orleans: Being an Authentic, Illustrated Account of the Notorious Red-Light District. © Copyright Ownership, Al Rose, 1974. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
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Storyville - (Reference to Kate Townsend, famous madam). Paddy whacked: the untold story of the Irish American gangster, © Copyright Ownership, T. J. English, 2005. [Book in possession of Webmaster]
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World's Fairs & Expositions - Cotton Exposition, 1884. [Book in possession of Webmaster]

World's Fairs & Expositions - Practical common sense guide book through the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans. Daniel W. Perkins, 1885.

World's Fairs & Expositions - Souvenir of New Orleans and the exposition. Louis Schwarz, pub. 1885.

World's Fairs & Expositions - The world's cotton centennial exposition poem. Mary Ashley Townsend, 1885.
World's Fairs & Expositions - A Blog devoted to World's Fairs & Expositions, and other historical & contemporary subjects. New Orleans 1885: Color Illustrations of the Exposition. KenBlog

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The Two Enchantments. The Century; a popular quarterly, Volume 25, Issue 3, January 1883. Poem by Henry Ames Blood.


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