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Cabildo Museum, Jackson Square, New Orleans (page 1/11)

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After visiting the Mardi Gras Museum I went to the Cabildo Museum the other side of the cathedral in Jackson Square, New Orleans.

Title: Cabildo Museum, Jackson Square, New Orleans

Author: Quin, Liam R. E.

Total items: 93

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

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[picture: Santo: St. John the Baptist Figurine 2]

Santo: St. John the Baptist Figurine 2

With his outstretched hand he appears to be begging. Or possibly he’s a gay disco dancer, but that seems less likely. As I recall, the figure was about 18 inches high. [more...] [$]

[picture: Old keyboard instrument 1]

Old keyboard instrument 1

An old piano or other keyboard instrument.

Shown in the museum in New Orleans, photographed with permission. [$]

[picture: Santo: St. John the Baptist Figurine 1]

Santo: St. John the Baptist Figurine 1

A carved figurine, Saint John the Baptist, from around 1700.

Shown in the museum in New Orleans, photographed with permission. [$]

[picture: Old keyboard instrument 4]

Old keyboard instrument 4

Page & Van Benschoten
Successors to J. J. Pratt
Ansonia, CT

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[picture: Pere Antoine at Age Seventy-Four 5]

Pere Antoine at Age Seventy-Four 5

Père Antoine at Age Seventy-Four
(Father Antoine de Sedella [more...] [$]


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After visiting the Mardi Gras Museum I went to the Cabildo Museum the other side of the cathedral in Jackson Square, New Orleans.


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