James J. Manson COLLECTION
Earl K. Long Library
University of New Orleans
Size: 62 items
Locations: New Orleans, Louisiana
Inclusive dates: ca. 1895-1900
Summary: Glass negative photographs of the James J. Manson family and residence on Audubon Place. The residence was first listed in the 1895 New Orleans city directory as 2 Audubon Place, and later as 4 Audubon Place until the 1940s. The heavy snow in many of the photographs indicates that they were taken on or shortly after February 13, 1895, the date of a record snowfall in the city.
Source: Gift, February 1978
Access: No restrictions
Copyright: Physical rights are retained by the Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans.
Citation: James J. Manson Collection, Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans
102-1 Glass negatives.
102-2 Photographic prints made from glass negatives. The number on the reverse of each print identifies the glass negative from which the print was made.
102-3 Negative manufacturers’ boxes and fragments of 1895 Leon Godchaux clothing catalogue.
Audubon Place (New Orleans, La.)
Manson, James J.
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