Happy House

Originally uploaded by Karen Apricot New Orleans

god loves happy and disco,
a very nice little Creole cottage, w/ an individual’s flair for christmas.
A house and homeowner lifting the spirits of New Orleans w/ his music , and a porch to sit on and enjoy sharing a positive spirit , but this is all i know just from looking at the picture…

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Originally uploaded by jeff lamb

New Orleans’ Favorite Shotguns Book Signing and Launch Party

Friday, November 30, 2007
Wine and light refreshments served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the PRC, 923 Tchoupitoulas St.

Please join us to celebrate the publication of New Orleans’ Favorite Shotguns, a collection of photographs and written observations on the quintessential New Orleans house. Authors Mary Fitzpatrick and Alex Lemann will be on hand to sign copies of the book, and wine and light refreshments will be served.

New Orleans’ Favorite Shotguns can be purchased in advance by visiting our Google Store, or by contacting Averil Oberhelman at 504.636.3040 or aoberhelman@prcno.org. Shipping is free for web orders, which will be mailed out starting December 1st.

The party is free and open to all

there are 14-16 photographs of mine in this book, and I was very glad to be able to participate.

www.neworleansfavoriteshotguns.com
All Proceeds Benefit PRC’s Rebuilding Programs
50 images and stories now on exhibit at PRC/Photos are for sale

Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans

New Orleans 1984

Originally uploaded by jeff lamb

Vieux Carre, Creole Cottage

New Orleans 1984

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Vieux Carre

hdlc City

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the Historic Districts and Landmarks Commission of New Orleans,

www.cityofno.com/portal.aspx

survey of 19th century historic architecture, completed December, 1979.
Areas surveyed are those colored in yellow and represent areas that have potential to be listed on the National Register of Places, as National Register historic Architectural Districts. Those areas shaded in grey were also a part of the survey, as part of the windshield survey, and were determined to be not old enough to include in the survey of 19th century neighborhoods, although could be surveyed in years to come, as these neighborhoods become older, and may well represent historically early 20th century architecture, types and styles adapting and evolving from the earlier late 19th century architecture.

To see the set of maps with individual evaluations of each structure, click on the map above.

City of New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission,

www.cityofno.com/Portals/Portal99/portal.aspx?portal=99&a…

Saint James

┬ęchris kirsch 2007

Originally uploaded by skeletonkrewe

James Carroll Booker II, a new orleans genius of the piano.
a fine painting by Chris Kirsch, of New Orleans.
a painter of special kindness and talent, and some fun folk
paintings of po-boy sandwiches, to be on display and purchase at the next and First Annual

Po-Boy Festival
Sunday Nov. 18, 2007
Oak Street at South Carrollton,
Noon – 6pm

Po-Boy Festival

Freret Market

Originally uploaded by skeletonkrewe

the Freret Market, at Freret and Napolean Sts. in New Orleans.
upcoming dates include Dec. 1 and january 5!
Many local artists will be there including the mr. Dingler and the NOLA Rising project, and Chris Kirsch .

web site for the market,

http://freretmarket.org/