Lesseps 800

Originally uploaded by Preservation Resource Center, Advocacy Department

a type of jazz landmark
New Orleans
Bywater, Vaughn’s
kermit ruffins plays here

prc advocacy photo

 

New Orleans 1984

Originally uploaded by jeff lamb

405-407 Delaronde Street, Norman Brownlee house
19th century historic new orleans vernacular architecture, may, 1984. Greek Revival, side hall double, townhouse,
Algiers District.
see here neworleanslady photo,
http://www.flickr.com/photos/neworleanslady/429205432/in/set-721…
-Brownlee Residence,
Norman Brownlee (1896-1967), Pianist, Bandleader, Instrument Salesman &musicians Union official, lived here at 407 Deslonde st. from 1912 untill 1922. He led his own Brownlee’s orchestra from 1920 to 1930, which included emmet Hardy, Arthur “Monk’ Hazel, joesph “Sharkey” Harper, Arthur “Monk” Hazel Bonano, John Wiggington Hyman, & many others. His band recorded in N.). for the Okeh Label in 1926. In 1932, he moved to Pensacola , fla. where he became an official in the musicians union, & also continued to play piano.
2002 , N.O. Jazz Commission, Preservation Resource Center

Delaronde 407

November 19, 2010

Delaronde 407

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Newton 414 – Henry “Red” Allen House – AFTER

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Newton 414 – Henry “Red” Allen House – AFTER

Algiers Riverside Survey

Henry “Red” Allen (January 7, 1908 – April 17, 1967) was a jazz trumpeter whose style has been claimed to be the first to fully incorporate the innovations of Louis Armstrong. He was the son of Henry Allen who was the leader of the Allen Brass Band of Algiers

More on this house: blog.prcno.org/2009/08/25/henry-red-allen-jr/

For more information: http://www.redhotjazz.com/red.html.

july 2003

 

New Orleans , Louisiana

November 17, 2010



2827 Conti

Originally uploaded by Karen Apricot New Orleans

2827 Conti

“She is living in a FEMA trailer next to her house, it is very rough. She really needs guidance. The City is going to tear down her house.”~Karen Gadbois

“: ‎”Almost 4 years later the city prepares to tear her house down. She was waiting for help that never came and died waiting.” ~Karen Gadbois

Deslonde 939

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“Kid Sheik, cornetist, Trumpeter

Cola(R) Residence
Jazz Landmark house
Holy Cross Survey
Deslonde 939
New Orleans, Louisiana

Captain John Handy w/ Kid Sheik and Louis Nelson

Walk throught the Streets

Newton St. 414 (Henry Red Allen house) Before

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Newton St. 414 (Henry Red Allen house) Before

Operation Comeback
Before renovation

Algiers Point Survey

More on this house:
blog.prcno.org/2009/08/25/henry-red-allen-jr/

 

Wild Man Blues -Henry Red Allen

Jackson Ave 2133

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Operation Comeback renovation
Kid Ory House
Jackson Ave 2133
Central City Survey
New Orleans
landmark jazz house

-before the renovation,