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MSS 199 - New Orleans Public Service Inc. Collection, Addendum 1

Container List

 

Series I.  NOPSI Equipment

 

199-1=199-4             Unidentified, n.d.

 

 

Series II.  NOPSI Personnel

 

199-5                          Credit Union Board of Directors, 1980

 

199-6=199-9             Unidentified, n.d.

 

 

Series III.  NOPSI Facilities

 

199-10                        Repair shops and streetcar yards at S. Genois Street near Tulane Avenue.  December 1927 (2 prints)

 

199-11                        Bus Station and garage on Canal Street.  December 1927

 

199-12                        Repair shop and yard on Esplanade Avenue.  December 1927 (2 prints)

 

199-13                        Yard on South Genois Street.  December 1927 (4 prints)

 

199-14                        Steam electric station on Market Street.  Nov. 1927 (2 prints)

 

199-15                        Steam electric station on Market Street.  December 1927 (3 prints)

 

199-16                        Steam electric station on Market Street.  Nov. 1927

 

199-17                        Vertical view of NOPSI office building, 317 Baronne Street.  December 1927 (2 prints)

 

199-18                        NOPSI office building, 317 Baronne Street and substation at Dryades Street.  December 1927 (4 prints)

 

199-19                        Vertical view of gas plant in Algiers.  January 1928 (3 prints)

 

199-20                        Algiers gas plant.  January 1928 (2 prints)

 

199-21                        NOPSI office building, 317 Baronne Street.  January 1928

 

199-22                        Repair shop at Magazine Street.  January 1928 (2 prints)

 

199-23                        Vertical view of gas plant on Orleans Street.  January 1928 (3 prints)

 

199-24                        Plant at intersection of Magnolia and Poydras in extreme foreground; approximate site of northeast corner of present Dome Stadium in direction of Gravier and LaSalle Streets.  ca. 1928

 

199-25=199-26         Unidentified individuals on roof of 317 Baronne Street.  ca. 1980

 

199-27=199-28         Unidentified construction.  n.d.

 

 

Series IV.  Streetcars, ca. 1860 - ca. 1890s

 

199-29                        Mule-driven streetcar, ca. 1860

 

199-30                        Double decker horse car, ca. 1861

 

199-31                        Model of first horseless streetcar, ca. 1886

 

199-32                        Front and rear view of "bob tail" car no. 73, ca. 1870

 

199-33                        Mule-driven streetcar, ca. 1870s.  (2 prints)

 

199-34                        Mule-driven streetcar on Canal Street, late 19th century (2 prints)

 

199-35                        Mule-driven streetcar on Canal Street with statue of Henry Clay in background, late 19th century

 

199-36                        Mule-driven streetcar on Canal Street, ca. 1888

 

199-37                        Final model of mule-driven streetcar delivered to New Orleans, ca. 1890

 

199-78                        Mule-driven streetcar at Fair Grounds (brick building in the background was the work of architect Henry Howard), late 19th century.

 

 

Series V.  Streetcars, 1920s - 1970

 

199-38                        Lower portion of streetcar no. 467, December 16, 1920 (2 prints)

 

199-39                        Streetcar, ca. 1920s

 

199-40                        Streetcar on Carrollton Belt Line (left to right: A. B. Paterson, Frank Frost, Paul Ulrich, Gus Kraus, R.M. O'Brien and George Estelle), ca. 1920s-1930s

 

199-41                        Streetcar on Magazine Line, ca. 1920s

 

199-154                     Streetcar marked "Desire" on Bourbon Street, ca. 1940s

 

199-42                        Streetcar on Carrollton Belt Line, ca. 1970s

 

 

Series VI.  Streetcar Strike in New Orleans, 1929

 

199-43                        Unidentified man holding a bundle of dynamite sticks, n.d. (2 prints)

 

199-44                        Unidentified group of men with a bundle of dynamite sticks in the foreground, n.d. (10 prints)

 

199-45                        Close-up of dynamite sticks, n.d. (8 prints)

 

199-46                        Bundle of dynamite sticks, n.d. (8 prints)

 

199-47                        Close-up of a bundle of dynamite sticks with a broken chain and lock, n.d. (5 prints)

 

199-48                        Close-up of machinery valves, n.d. (8 prints)

 

199-49                        Unidentified man holding a bundle of dynamite sticks, n.d. (3 prints)

 

199-50                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street, Rampart Street visible in background.  July 2, 1929

 

199-51                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street between Carondelet and Camp Streets.  July 2, 1929

 

199-52                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street between Dauphine and North Rampart Streets.  July 2, 1929

 

199-53                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street showing the deserted neutral ground.  The photograph was taken on Canal and Rampart Streets.  July 3, 1929

 

199-54                        Barn with broken windowpanes, at Magazine and Arabella Streets.  (Photograph was taken on Arabella Street)  July 3, 1929

 

199-55                        Barn, with broken windowpanes, at Arabella and Magazine Streets.  (View from corner of Magazine and Joseph Streets.)  July 3, 1929

 

199-56                        Traffic tie-up at North Rampart Street.  (View from Canal and North Rampart Streets.)  July 3, 1929

 

199-57                        Mud dumped on streetcar tracks at Tulane Avenue near Tonti Street.  July 3, 1929

 

199-58                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street between Dauphine and North Rampart Streets.  July 3, 1929

 

199-59                        Timber and concrete blocks on tracks at the river side of Canal and White Streets.  July 3, 1929

 

199-60                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street near Dauphine Street in the direction of the Mississippi River.  July 3, 1929

 

199-61                        Rail removed from track at St. Claude Avenue near Alvar Street.  July 3, 1929

 

199-62                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street, cars are facing North Rampart Street.  July 4, 1929

 

199-63                        Traffic tie-up on Canal Street.  Traffic facing the riverfront.  July 4, 1929

 

199-64                        Final trip of Canal belt streetcar no. 696, photographed at Canal Street between University Place and South Rampart Street.  July 5, 1929

 

199-65=199-66         Strikers and sympathizers surrounding damaged service truck in front of Public Service office building.  July 5, 1929

 

199-67                        View of Canal Street, 8:15 a.m., July 5, 1929

 

199-68                        Starter's station, at Canal Street near the riverfront, destroyed by fire.  July 5, 1929

 

199-69                        Mob assembled behind a streetcar at Canal Street near the riverfront.  10:30 a.m., July 5, 1929

 

199-70                        Policed disbursed crowd at Canal and Wells Streets.  July 5, 1929

 

199-71                        A fire engine was summoned to Canal and Wells Streets to contain a fire.  July 5, 1929

 

199-72                        Rail removed from track at Canal and Dorgenois Streets.  July 5, 1929

 

199-73                        Crowd trying to overturn Canal belt car no. 696 at Canal and Wells Streets.  July 5, 1929

 

199-74                        View of a cemented switch on streetcar track at City Park Avenue and Dumaine Street.  July 5, 1929

 

199-75                        View from second floor of Public Service office building of a crowd around damaged service truck.  July 5, 1929

 

199-76                        Women in front of the barn at Arabella Street.  July 5, 1929

 

199-77                        Demonstrators at the Canal Street barn.  July 5, 1929

 

199-79                        Strikers and sympathizers at Broad and White Streets.  July 6, 1929

 

199-80=199-82         Damaged streetcars at the Canal Street barn.  July 6, 1929

 

199-83=199-87         Vandalized streetcars at Franklin Avenue near Clover Street.  July 6, 1929

 

199-88=199-89         Chalk marks indicate brick damage to Tulane belt car no. 813.  July 6, 1929

 

199-90=199-91         Chalk marks indicate brick damage to Tulane belt car no. 812.  July 6, 1929

 

199-92                        Destroyed rail switch at Carrollton Avenue and Willow Street.  July 6, 1929

 

199-93                        Destroyed electric sign at Canal and North Dupre Streets.  July 6, 1929

 

199-94                        Broken glass on windows and door of Canal Belt car no. 609.  July 6, 1929

 

199-95                        Brickbats on lawn at Carrollton Avenue and Willow Steet.  July 6, 1929

 

199-96=199-102       Parade of strikers at St. Claude Avenue near Poland Street car barn.  July 7, 1929

 

199-103=199-10;

199-130                     Parade of strikers at Canal Street car barn.  July 7, 1929

 

199-111=199-112    Parade of strikers, unidentified location, riding on a bakers' union car.  July 7, 1929

 

199-113=199-115    Views of several areas in New Orleans with broken street lamps.  July 7, 1929

 

199-116=199-119    Bomb exploded at Poland Street barn.  July 8, 1929

 

199-120                     Image of a grave for Ben Commons erected by neighborhood boys at Poland Avenue near Burgundy Street.  July 8, 1929

 

199-121=199-122    Broken city street lights at St. Charles Avenue near Audubon Park. July 8, 1929

 

199-123=199-126    First streetcars on Canal Street, morning of July 15, 1929

 

199-127                     A man, arrested by a United States deputy marshal, after he was placed under local police jurisdiction.  July 15, 1929

 

199-128                     West End car no. 620 on Canal Street between Bourbon and Dauphine Streets during evening traffic peak hour.  August 16, 1929

 

199-129                     St. Charles belt car no. 402 at Canal and Baronne Streets during evening traffic peak hour.  August 16, 1929

 

199-131=199-139    Streetcars of Tulane, South Claiborne and Freret lines, between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m., August 19, 1929.

 

199-140                     Prytania car no. 863 at Prytania and Calliope Streets. August 19, 1929

 

199-141=199-142    Streetcars of Tulane belt line, at Lee Circle and Howard Avenue between 8:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m., August 19, 1929.

 

199-143=199-147    Streetcars of St. Claude, Canal and Paris lines, at North Rampart and Esplanade Avenues during morning traffic peak hour.  August 20, 1929

 

199-148                     North Claiborne car no. 817 during morning traffic peak hour.  August 20, 1929

 

199-149=199-152    Damage to private residence at 6075 Magazine Street caused by a dynamite explosion.  Oct. 28, 1929

 

199-153                                 Newspaper article concerning passenger train on the West Feliciana Railroad.  ca. 1838.