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1946 - Moisant Field opens to commercial airline operations  1961 - name changed to New Orleans International Airport  2001 - name changed to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Original control tower (pic taken in 1949). You can see the EAL hangar in the background, "Fly Eastern Air Lines"

1946 - Moisant Field opens to commercial airline operations 1961 - name changed to New Orleans International Airport 2001 - name changed to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Original control tower (pic taken in 1949). You can see the EAL hangar in the background, "Fly Eastern Air Lines"

New Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road Company streetcars and transfer station, 1901.The original photograph carries this note:View of normal condition surrounding transfer point at Carrollton Ave. & Poplar [now Willow] St. from upper side of street--with rear of transfer house--showing two cars--with passengers going each way-- Photograph by Charles T. Yenni. From Civil District Court #62696 (Muller vs New Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road Co.)

New Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road Company streetcars and transfer station, 1901.The original photograph carries this note:View of normal condition surrounding transfer point at Carrollton Ave. & Poplar [now Willow] St. from upper side of street--with rear of transfer house--showing two cars--with passengers going each way-- Photograph by Charles T. Yenni. From Civil District Court #62696 (Muller vs New Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road Co.)

The Joy Theater on opening night, February 8, 1947.  See my photos inside the abandoned theater here.  It was since been restored!  http://jamesmshaw.blogspot.com/2011/08/joy-theatre.html

The Joy Theater on opening night, February 8, 1947. See my photos inside the abandoned theater here. It was since been restored! http://jamesmshaw.blogspot.com/2011/08/joy-theatre.html

New Orleans Lakefront Airport, New Orleans, Louisiana. 1934 exterior restored in 2010, interior restoration ongoing. Architects: Weiss, Dreyfous and Seiferth. From a time when the excitement of air travel blended with the elegance of a new architectural style to create a new hopeful vision of the future.

New Orleans Lakefront Airport, New Orleans, Louisiana. 1934 exterior restored in 2010, interior restoration ongoing. Architects: Weiss, Dreyfous and Seiferth. From a time when the excitement of air travel blended with the elegance of a new architectural style to create a new hopeful vision of the future.

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