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The power may have been out, but #THNOC staffers @lyddiebb and @novanola were out and about capturing the natural light in the Counting House. #onlynatural #poweroutage #visitthnoc

It’s #nationalsandwichday, and @chisesibros, @blueplatemayo, and Leidenheimer are constructing the longest po-boy in history on our block of Royal Street. Come between noon and 2 to get your free slice, and don’t miss talks about the history of the po-boy in #THNOC’s courtyard at 12:15 and 1 p.m. Hey @usnatarchives, is this enough to feed everyone at the #archivespotluck??? #visitthnoc

From our friends at @visit_thnoc:

New Orleanians are already busy getting #crafty in preparation for the 2018 #Carnival season. #THNOC's holdings reflect the varying aspects of Mardi Gras crafting, like this Michael P. Smith photo of Monk Boudreaux working on his #MardiGrasIndian suit in 1974.

Thank you to the Caillot Circle for joining us last Thursday for an exclusive reception! #Repost @visit_thnoc ・・・
Last week, #THNOC's Caillot Circle got a sneak peak at @neworleansauction's Major Estates Sale. Here, members take a look at "Rosita" by Jose-Maria Cundin. The Caillot Circle is The Historic New Orleans Collection's membership level for young professionals and is generously sponsored by New Orleans Auction Galleries. Check out our link in profile for more information. #CaillotCircle #auctions #visitthnoc
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📸Melissa Carrier

Last Friday, #THNOC curator and historian Erin M. Greenwald led a teacher workshop for our traveling exhibition, "Purchased Lives: The American Slave Trade from 1808–1865," at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis. The exhibition, originally curated by Greenwald and displayed at THNOC, is traveling to locations around the South, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Teacher workshops, where lesson plans and other materials are distributed, are key in bringing students and their communities to the exhibition. @ncrmuseum #purchasedlives #travelingexhibition

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#THNOC is currently hosting two @prospect_nola exhibitions. The work of photographers Monique Verdin (photo 1) and Tony Gleaton (2) is now on display in the Laura Simon Nelson Galleries for Louisiana Art at 400 Chartres Street. Admission is free. #prospect4 #nolaart #visitthnoc

On December 7, 1941—seventy five years ago today—the Japanese attacked the American naval base at Pearl Harbor, plunging the United States into the Second World War. These posters housed at #THNOC's Williams Research Center show some of the ways that the government conveyed messages in New Orleans during the war. #WRCwedesdays #pearlharbor #visitthnoc
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📸 right: "This happens when you talk to others about Ship Sailings"; 1942 or 1943; color serigraph by John McCrady, draftsman; THNOC, 1988.99.2...left: "Operators Of Small Boats Enlist Now! U.S. Coast Guard"; between 1941 and 1943; serigraph by Thomas A. Byrne, designer; THNOC, The Anna Wynne Watt and Michael D. Wynne Jr. Collection,1981.203.46

Patsy Ruth Miller as Esmeralda and Lon Chaney as Quasimodo in Wallace Worsley's silent “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1923), Tonight @visit_thnoc there will a special showing of Hunchback with musical accompaniment starting at 6:00 PM.  Good time! Can't wait.  #thnoc #lonchaney #patsyruthmiller

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Another day, another tree 🎄. This morning, #THNOC staff put the finishing touches on the GIANT Christmas tree in the Counting House. The result was picture perfect 📸. The tree is a generous gift of @arborhousefloral; come see it (and smell it!) Tuesday–Sunday at 533 Royal Street. #christmasdecorating #holidaydecorations #visitthnoc

From our friends at @visit_thnoc:

New Orleanians are already busy getting #crafty in preparation for the 2018 #Carnival season. #THNOC's holdings reflect the varying aspects of Mardi Gras crafting, like this Michael P. Smith photo of Monk Boudreaux working on his #MardiGrasIndian suit in 1974.

The power may have been out, but #THNOC staffers @lyddiebb and @novanola were out and about capturing the natural light in the Counting House. #onlynatural #poweroutage #visitthnoc

#ThrowbackThursday to #DHHolmes and the glory days of department stores! @visit_thnoc shared this nostalgic video to inspire our holiday shopping... #linkinbio for the full film. #TheNewOrleans100

For some items in #THNOC’s holdings, getting good photos can be a little tricky. Take this oversized poster for “A Streetcar Named Desire” that measures about 7 ft. by 10 ft. Preparators had the difficult task of positioning this poster against a wall to be shot by Keely Merritt, head of photography. Using alligator clips, protective foam, and several hands, they were able to make it happen—for this and several other similarly-sized posters. Check out these photos, and scroll all of the way to see the final shot. Photos by THNOC photographer Melissa Carrier. #WRCwednesdays #astreetcarnameddesire #visitthnoc
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Poster: A Streetcar Named Desire large movie poster; THNOC, The Fred W. Todd Tennessee Williams Collection, 2008.0029.1

Nighttime brings out the magic in this place. Great job by @mels_travels capturing the Royal Street courtyard a couple of weeks ago at the finale of #THNOC’s fall Concerts in the Courtyard series. #onetimeinnola #neworleansmusic #visitthnoc

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#THNOC is currently hosting two @prospect_nola exhibitions. The work of photographers Monique Verdin (photo 1) and Tony Gleaton (2) is now on display in the Laura Simon Nelson Galleries for Louisiana Art at 400 Chartres Street. Admission is free. #prospect4 #nolaart #visitthnoc

And they’re off! It’s opening day of racing season at @fairgroundsnola. This footage from #THNOC’s holdings shows what horse racing looked like back in the 1950s. #horseraces #vintagevideo #visitthnoc

A mirror that hung in non other than #storyville madam #josiearlington's brothel on #basinstreet. If only this mirror could talk. Blows my mind. Over 100 years old.

We’re in a pickle. Yesterday was #NationalPickleDay, for some reason, and we had to find something good from our holdings to show you for #WRCwednesdays today. Luckily, a 1906 sheet music cover for “Dill Pickles” is right up our alley—people are using a pickle as a hot air balloon, what’s not to like? It is for Assistant Curator Mallory Taylor as well, who briefly stepped away from her work in #THNOC’s vault to admire this gem up close. A reproduction of the cover is currently on display in “Storyville: Madams and Music” at the Williams Research Center. #WRCwednesdays #sheetmusic #dillpickles #visitthnoc
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🎶 Dill Pickles; 1906; by Charles Johnson; The William Russell Jazz Collection at THNOC, acquisition made possible by the Clarisse Claiborne Grima Fund, 92-48-L-296

Patsy Ruth Miller as Esmeralda and Lon Chaney as Quasimodo in Wallace Worsley's silent “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1923), Tonight @visit_thnoc there will a special showing of Hunchback with musical accompaniment starting at 6:00 PM.  Good time! Can't wait.  #thnoc #lonchaney #patsyruthmiller

On this #VeteransDay, THNOC would like to take this opportunity to thank those who have served our country🇺🇸. #THNOC’s founder, Gen. L. Kemper Williams, was a veteran of both World Wars, and he took these videos of @usarmy maneuvers in the 1930’s. The air footage was is roughly dated to 1931, and the infantry video was shot in 1938. @wwiimuseum #veteransday2017 #visitthnoc

A sneak peek at our film screening next Wednesday where we'll be showing the 1923 silent film The Hunchback of Notre Dame with a live piano accompaniment!

It’s #nationalsandwichday, and @chisesibros, @blueplatemayo, and Leidenheimer are constructing the longest po-boy in history on our block of Royal Street. Come between noon and 2 to get your free slice, and don’t miss talks about the history of the po-boy in #THNOC’s courtyard at 12:15 and 1 p.m. Hey @usnatarchives, is this enough to feed everyone at the #archivespotluck??? #visitthnoc

#THNOC employees took the afternoon off and went to the Mardi Gras Museum of Costumes and Culture to celebrate their colleagues with 25 years of service. And we got to touch stuff! Needless to say, our staff took full advantage. Pictured here are members of the collections department. #mardigrascostume #neworleansculture #visitthnoc

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Places, people! #THNOC is shooting a brand new commercial with @elephantquilt this week to give the world a peek inside our first class galleries and diverse holdings. We can't wait to reveal the finished product, but until then...Quiet! We're rolling. #quietonset #lookforusontv #visitthnoc #videographer #iheartnola

Places, people! #THNOC is shooting a brand-new commercial with @elephantquilt this week to give the world a peek inside our first-class galleries and diverse holdings. We can't wait to reveal the finished product, but until then...quiet, we're rolling. #quietonset #lookforusontv #visitthnoc

You can find my exclusive#nolanightlights for @visit_thnoc @shop_thnoc featuring the photography of #MichaelPSmith at the #THNOC Gift Shop! It is truly an honor to work with his amazing photographs. You can also find local artist, @jillshampine Michael P. Smith hand sewn pillows and zippered pouches at THNOC as well! Our work makes great gifts for the #NewOrleans lover in your life! 533 Royal Street in the ❤ of the Quarter. #nola #neworleans #nolagifts #royalst #frenchquarter #madeinnola #bigswimps

My exclusive #nola themed night lights for the @visit_thnoc 😀 @Regranned from @shop_thnoc - We are so excited about the collaboration with @heather_elizabeth_designs featuring exclusive images of #MichaelPSmith photography in her nightlights. Only available @shop_thnoc 533 Royal St. And in our online shop, link in our bio #HeatherElizabethDesigns

Thank you to the Caillot Circle for joining us last Thursday for an exclusive reception! #Repost @visit_thnoc ・・・
Last week, #THNOC's Caillot Circle got a sneak peak at @neworleansauction's Major Estates Sale. Here, members take a look at "Rosita" by Jose-Maria Cundin. The Caillot Circle is The Historic New Orleans Collection's membership level for young professionals and is generously sponsored by New Orleans Auction Galleries. Check out our link in profile for more information. #CaillotCircle #auctions #visitthnoc
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📸Melissa Carrier

Last week, #THNOC's Caillot Circle got a sneak peak at @neworleansauction's Major Estates Sale. Here, members take a look at "Rosita" by Jose-Maria Cundin. The Caillot Circle is The Historic New Orleans Collection's membership level for young professionals and is generously sponsored by New Orleans Auction Galleries. #CaillotCircle #auctions #visitthnoc
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📸Melissa Carrier

We love to see how people can be inspired by art, especially when that art is hanging in #THNOC's Louisiana History Galleries. It looks like @emmafickart took inspiration from Jacques Amans's painting "Creole in a Red Headdress" to explain and illustrate the tignon in her book "Snippets of New Orleans" (UL Press, 2017). #louisianaart #creoles #visitthnoc

The end of an era indeed. @visit_thnoc explores the decline of #Storyville, NOLA’s historic red light district. #linkinbio #TheNewOrleans100

Caillot Circle Meeting with the @visit_thnoc last night, got to talking about New Orleans movies and Saratoga Trunk (1945) came up. So here is Ingrid with Flora Robson and Jerry Austin in a typical French Quarter New Orleans street scene. #ingridbergman #florarobson #jerryaustin #thnoc #frenchquarter

Check out those arms! #THNOC decorative arts curator @lyddiebb shows off the details on Louisiana furniture in the Louisiana History Galleries, which include a fan, scroll, and dolphin. #louisianafurniture #decorativearts #visitthnoc

I don't normally post pics of my bathroom, but we just got these new shower curtains at the museum shop and I love them. My friend and I spent a solid ten minutes studying it and figuring out where all landmarks are on this bird's eye view of 19th century New Orleans. So cool.

You never know what you will come across in #THNOC's holdings. This video, shot by Joe Budde, shows the "Tournament of Thrills Auto Daredevils" performing(?) at the Fairgrounds around 1955. With its vintage cars and questionable safety measures, the show looks like an assemblage of toned-down Evel Knievel stunts. And hey, it looks like everyone came out just fine! #daredevils #badideas #visitthnoc
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🎞by Joe Budde; THNOC, gift of Sue Budde in memory of her husband Joe Budde, 2007.0357.4.11

3937 Camp Street. The former home of the Boswell Sisters singing trio, Martha, Connie and Helvetia .
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"A century ago, in 1914, Martha, Connie and Vet Boswell moved with their family from northern Alabama to Uptown New Orleans. The girls, all classically trained by New Orleans music professor Otto Finck, were singing sensations throughout the 1920s and ’30s, first locally via New Orleans radio, and later, throughout the entire nation.
Their close harmonies, tight vocals and cheerful subject matter could be heard on radios quite literally from coast to coast; at the height of their popularity, the Boswells of New Orleans were performing on NBC and CBS radio in New York City, and collaborating with the biggest names of radio’s Golden Age, including Bing Crosby, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington and Tommy Dorsey." Neworleans.me

Everette Maddox (1944–1989), often referred to as the "Poet Laureate of Oak Street," spent time writing in New Orleans and was a frequent, hard-drinking customer at the Maple Leaf Bar. David Parker wrote on knowla.org that "he created both tender and biting lines that simultaneously expressed a deep love of life, a disdain for the artificial, and a whimsical awareness of the ironies and inconsistencies of the human condition." A portion of Maddox's papers, housed at #THNOC's Williams Research Center, reveal that he scrawled poetry on about anything he laid hands on, from beer coasters to napkins. This collection is a fascinating piece of our literary holdings and provides a window into the not-so-distant past. #WRCwednesdays #poetrycollection #visitthnoc

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This footage has got us real excited! #CentennialofSin is less than two weeks away! Join us and immerse yourself in early 1900s #NewOrleans. Thanks @visit_thnoc !! #Repost from @visit_thnoc ・・・
We're starting this week off with #movieMonday, going back to the 1920s. This footage is among the earliest in #THNOC's holdings and shows Canal Street and other scenes in the Central Business District. #1920sstyle #neworleanshistory #visitthnoc
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🎞THNOC, gift of Mrs. Charles W. Frank, 2011.0371

How awesome is this @visit_thnoc video on #Storyville here in NOLA? I love the combination of illustrations and oral history from the POV of a musician. #linkinbio #TheNewOrleans100

We're starting this week off with #movieMonday, going back to the 1920s. This footage is among the earliest in #THNOC's holdings and shows Canal Street and other scenes in the Central Business District. #1920sstyle #neworleanshistory #visitthnoc
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🎞THNOC, gift of Mrs. Charles W. Frank, 2011.0371

We had to take a moment to appreciate the beauty on the grounds of the Historic New Orleans Collection after visiting the "Giants of Jazz" exhibit 😍

When ur drunken, "get rich quick," idea involves robbing the New Orleans Mint 'til u realize it hasn't been in operation since 1909 and u walked all that way for nothing. #drunkonbourbon #drunk #bourbonstreet #bourbonst #bourbon #neworleans #nola #igersnola #igerslouisiana #frenchquarter #followyournola #louisiana #iheartnola #showyournola #usmint #thnoc #history

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My #nolanightlights are featured in the @visit_thnoc #historicneworleanscollection Fall Quarterly! These exclusive lights are the result of a special collaboration with #THNOC. Each one hand crafted in #NewOrleans! Some of my select night light designs are available on the THNOC website at http://hnoc.tamretail.net/BrowsePage.aspx?searchtype=find&navid=0&usertext=nightlight *** You may view my ENTIRE line of exclusive night lights at their Gift Shop located at 533 Royal Street! :) @shop_thnoc

regram from @visit_thnoc ⚜️ | "Time is running out to take advantage of @FQBA's Passport to the French Quarter. The neighborhood-wide promotion offers deals around the Quarter, including free tours at #THNOC and 20% off at @shop_thnoc. Hurry up, because the Passport ends September 30. You can access your passport at www.frenchquarterpassport.com. #FQBA #museumtour #visitthnoc

For #followfriday , check out The Historic New Orleans Collection. Although this photo caught our eye because we love music, this account never fails to delight! #nola #Reposting @visit_thnoc with @instarepost_app -- From Mahalia Jackson, to the Boswell Sisters, to Jelly Roll Morton, the music of New Orleans is always on display in #THNOC's Louisiana History Galleries. 📸@daudrandle #neworleansmusic #permanentexhibition #visitthnoc

From Mahalia Jackson, to the Boswell Sisters, to Jelly Roll Morton, the music of New Orleans is always on display in #THNOC's Louisiana History Galleries. 📸@daudrandle #neworleansmusic #permanentexhibition #visitthnoc

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Time is running out to take advantage of @FQBA's Passport to the French Quarter. The neighborhood-wide promotion offers deals around the Quarter, including free tours at #THNOC and 20% off at @shop_thnoc. Hurry up, because the Passport ends September 30. You can access your passport at www.frenchquarterpassport.com. #FQBA #museumtour #visitthnoc

My #nolanightlights are featured in the @visit_thnoc #historicneworleanscollection Fall Quarterly! These exclusive lights are the result of a special collaboration with #THNOC. Each one hand crafted in #NewOrleans! Some of my select night light designs are available on the THNOC website at http://hnoc.tamretail.net/BrowsePage.aspx?searchtype=find&navid=0&usertext=nightlight *** You may view my ENTIRE line of exclusive night lights at their Gift Shop located at 533 Royal Street! :) @shop_thnoc

Longue Vue Home and Gardens is a classical revival home located in the Lakewood neighborhood of New Orleans.
Built in 1939 as the primary residence of Edgar Stern, a prominent local cotton merchant, and Edith Rosenwald Stern, daughter of Julius Rosenwald who owned Sears department store.
The home was built with the intention that when it's owners passed, the house, all of its furnishings and art, and gardens would all be turned into a museum.
If this oak-flanked driveway looks familiar, that is because it was modeled after #oakalleyplantation in Vacherie Louisiana.

What a great shot of afternoon at #THNOC's Conti Street properties. 📸@nolaarchitecturetours #historicbuildings #frenchquarter #visitthnoc

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