New Orleans -- 1909

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January 1 -- Touro Synagogue
January 2 -- Liquor Law
January 10 -- Motorfest
January 11 -- Motor Race
Boh Brothers Construction
January 13 -- Danny Barker/Pelicans
January 14 -- Anti-racing Law/Grant Death Mask
January 16
January 17 -- LAYERS AT NEW ORLEANS -- Racing
January 20 -- Racing Banished/Sugar Refinery
January 22
January 23 -- Gambling in Jefferson must stop
January 24 -- Car Race/Gambling
January 25 -- LID ON LOUISIANA GAMBLING HOUSES
January 30 -- TEST OF ANTI-RACING LAW
January 31 -- Anti-betting case continued
February
February -- Purification Plant
February 1 -- Gentilly Planned
February 2 -- Taft to Banquet on alligator.../Mardi Gras
February 4 -- Duke Dejan Dies/AC ADAMS INJURED
February 5 -- Biloxi Canning Company/TAILOR SUES LIEUTENANT
February 7 -- Auto Race Entries/Policman Arrests His Wife
February 8 -- Cotton Advance/Napoleon's Death Mask
February 9 -- Cotton Market
February 11 -- President-elect Taft on his way
February 12 -- President-elect Taft Arrives
February 13 -- Taft Addresses Negroes/EDIBILIA/Rice Growing Urged
February 18 -- CONGRESS OF MOTHERS MEETS
February 23 -- REX sketches
February 28 -- NYT on Mardi Gras/Cotton to Cane
March 1
March 3 -- Cotton to Sugar Cane
March 2 -- Jazzman Narvin Kimball born/Mel Ott born
March 5 -- Sophie Wright Honored
March 12 -- N.O. to be Beautified
March 21 -- Old N.O. Dying
March 22 -- Artist ROBERT HOPKIN died
March 24 -- Trinity Episcopal Church Parish House Plans/Baptist Revival
March 29 -- QUEER FISH ARE SHRIMPS.
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April 3 -- Battleship
April 4 -- Pelicans
April 14 -- La. Hurricane
April 15 -- Brewers Meet
April 6 -- COL. WATTERSON Visits
April 19 -- Bread
April 20 -- Robert Tallant born
April 23 -- New Line/JOHN T. MOORE dies
April 25 -- Cathedral Bomb
April 29 -- Three New Schools/Orphan Train
Graduates, Normal Department
May -- Parking Commission
May -- Spanish Fort
May 2 -- WERE TO KILL THREE/Karl Gerhardt
May 3 -- Detective Dantonio
May 7 -- BATTLESHIP SAILS MISSISSIPPI RIVER FOR NEW ORLEANS
May 14 -- Oil Pipeline
May 20 -- Helvetia (Vet) Boswell is born
May 23 -- Unionites Strike/Musician Charles F. Fischer born
May 26 -- Cotton
May 29 -- Sam Dutrey born
May 31 -- NEW ORLEANS LEADS TEAMS IN FIELDING
June 2 -- not so picturesque
June 6 -- Jamison Place/Cotton Legislation "knives"
1June 8 -- 1st Car to N.O.
June 18 -- PHILADELPHIA-NEW ORLEANS SHIP LINE OPENING/Ray Bauduc born
June 19 -- Greater New Orleans Homestead/first Fathers Day
June 24 -- Artist John G. Kofler born
June 27 -- BRONSON AND REDMOND Boxing
June 28 -- Presdent Taft to Visit
July -- Kate and Jean Gordon, Social reformers and suffragists
July 3 -- LEON LING FLED TO NEW ORLEANS
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New Orleans Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
July 9 -- NEW ORLEANS SPENDS MONEY
July 13 -- Whitney Central National Bank Plans
July 14 -- DIE OF HEAT IN NEW ORLEANS
July 15 -- NEW ORLEANS BANK OFFICER ARRESTED/Heat Kills
July 18 -- Pelicans sixteen inning game
July 19 -- JACK LONDON STOPS AT NEW ORLEANS
July 22 -- IMPROVE STREETS OF NEW ORLEANS/Boxer Champion Jack Dupree born
July 27 -- NEW ORLEANS DOES HONOR TO FORAKER AND NEGRO EDITOR
July 31 -- WIRELESS FOR NEW ORLEANS.
August 1 -- CHICAGO TO NEW ORLEANS.
August 2 -- Fans Roast Local Club
August 4 -- Son of President of Nicaragua visits
August 6 -- Howard Librarian Finds Rare Volume/Hindu Cigarette sports cards
August 7 -- Frisco to Baton Rouge postponed/SPEEDWAY/buyers' convention
Le Thť‚tre St. Pierre
August 12 -- Boxing
August 13 -- Plans for new shipping line to West Indies and Europe/Carmen's Wages
August 14 -- New Tenor for French Opera
August 17 -- New Bonds for Railway and Light Company
August 18 -- Heat Wave
August 20 -- Racing Law
August 22 -- Crackers in N.O.
August 27 -- Musician Lester Young born/TELEGRAPHONE
August 28 -- New Mill/Boll Weevil
September
September 2 -- Railroad connection that links the New Orleans to Houston
September 9 -- Street Name Changes/Kennedy Place
September 21 -- Hurricane/Audubon
September 22 -- Daily Picayune report on Hurricane
September 23 -- 55 storm victims
September 22 -- Metropolitan Bank Building plans
September 26 -- Cleveland Park
September 27 -- Hurricane Deaths Report
September 30 -- Parker Blake Co. plans
October
October 2 -- Col. John M. Lee dies
October 3 -- Auto Race
October 5 -- COTTON PROSPECTS POOREST IN YEARS
October 6 -- Street Name Changes
October 9 -- Good Roads Convention
October 17 -- Cozy Cole born
October 21 -- Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills plans
October 22 -- N.O. prepares for President Taft's visit
October 30 -- Race/TAFT COCKTAILS
October 31 -- Taft arrives
November 1 -- Taft in French Quarter tand at Tulane
November 8 -- plans for Auto Track
November 9 -- Cotton Million Bales Less
November 10 -- Auto Show
November 16 -- Southern League
November 17 -- WHEN THE SHRINERS STORM NEW ORLEANS
November 18 -- CORRIGAN CONTROLLED NEW ORLEANS TRACK
November 21 -- Auto Race
November 22 -- Oldfield runs fast mile (auto)
November 23 -- Track Meet
November 29 -- Cotton
November 30 -- Public Bath No. l plans
December 8 -- The Yankees
December 11 -- Panama Fair hopes/Torpedo
December 18 -- Japanese Student Travels By Canoe
December 22 -- Shriniers plan convention
December 29 -- Polo Game
December 23 -- JUDGE BS LIDDON DIES
September 26 -- Cleveland Playground Opens
1909 Mileposts
Allisons in New Orleans
Architectural Photos
City Debt
City Park Flying Horses 3 years old
Tulane
Crawford H. Ellis -- United Fruit Company
Elmasada yacht
EUGENE G. SCALES
Football -- Walmsley at Tulane
French Opera House
Harlequin magazine
"Haunted House" on Royal Street
Royal Street
Holt was enlarged in 1909.
Imports Exports
John Minor Wisdom U.S. Court of Appeals Building
Library
Public Buildings
Marijuana
John B. Moisant
Josie Arlington
McDonoughville Boxing
Merchants Coffee Co.
Momus Floats Sketch
Napoleon's Death Mask
Ordinances
Paul Poincy artist dies
Public Health
Public Works
Proteus Floats Sketch
Empire Rice Milling Company Building plan
George McCullum (jazz) with Barnum and Baily band
Lee Circle
New Denechaud Hotel/Hotel Desoto/LePavillon
St. Charles Theatre/The Orpheum
Foot of Canal - Louisville and Nashville Station
Mayer Israel's Department Store
Addresses -- Before and After
Katz & Besthoff
Rosa Park
Milneburg Light
Bayou St. John
1884--1954 - Oscar (Papa) Celestin
Lake Pontchartrain
Custom House
Lester Santiago born
Petitions before the Council, 1905-1909.
Pointe Beka Crevasse
Proteus
Pumping Station No. 3
Artist Rudolph Bohunek
purification system
Pythian Temple and Zulu
Public Market planned
Rat Bounty
Residence -- Cistern screened against mosquitoes
Rev. Willie Earl Hausey born
Rigamer & Wahlig, cisterns
Royal St. Louis Hotel
Sports
Agriculture Street Landfill
Mafia
Mollie Evelyn Moore Davis dies
WILLIAM O. HART
Stratford Club--St. Charles and Union Streets
Street Name Changes
Telephone Exchanges
US Mint stops producing coins
Wall Street Rag
Waterways parade -- Taft Administration
William Woodward painting -- Jackson Square
Lugger Landing
Carondelet Street at Canal Street
Rampart Street
St. Claude and Dumaine Streets
Great Northern RR
1113 Chartres Street
Maison Blanch Building/Ritz-Carlton
MOTHER MARY AUSTIN CARROLL
Lakeview
Jazz -- Don Albert
Jazz -- Jean Paquay/Fazola
Wireless Telegraph Stations of the World
Future Mayor Vic Schiro was five years old
West End postcard
Canal Street
Monuments
Canal-Louisiana Bank and Trust Company
St. Charles Hotel
Milk Cart
Maison Blanche, Court House, Monteleone
On the Levee
Racing (horse)
Cotton on the Levee
Mammoth Floating Dry Dock, Algiers, La.
Cotton Steamer
Cotton Exchange
Canal Street
Old Basin Canal
Drainage
Lincoln Penny
St. Mark's United Methodist Church
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
Jelly Roll Morton left N.O.
Johhny Dodds returned to N.O.
Giuseppi Ferrata
Fourth Lakes-to-the-Gulf Waterway Convention
Monteleone Clock
Delgado College
Haspel Seersucker
Sister Mary Elizabeth
Various Photos from nutrias.org
McDonogh No. 5
Female Orphan Asylum--Margaret Statue
Isadore Newman
Third Presbyterian Church
Frances Xavier Cabrini
Locks
Mardi Gras Parade postcard
Ramelli
Wm. B. Reily & Company
Storyville
Antoine Bourdelle, Hercules the Archer
Last Yellow Fever outbreak
Bananas
Italian Headquarters
Shell Road Toll Gate
Audubon Place
St. Charles Avenue
St. Roch's Chapel and Campo Santo
River Panorama
Begue's
Hotel Grunewald/Roosevelt/Fairmont
French Market
Old French Court Yard (note the cistern)
Panorama Business Section
Arcade of Crescent and Tulane Theatres
Confederate Memorial Hall
Southern Yacht Club
1900's ~The steamboat New Camelia
Christ Church
Charity Hospital
Martin Behrman
White City
New Orleans Terminal
Maps
Photos
Churches
World Events
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