12 Rare Photos From New Orleans That Will Take You Straight To The Past
About a year or so ago, Yale University opened up their digital archive of photos that were commissioned by the Civilian Corps program during the late 1930s and early 1940s. Of course, there were some breathtaking ones of Louisiana–and New Orleans in particular during this time. We think you’ll be amazed by the spirit of the city they were able to capture!
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Isn’t that an amazing collection of beautiful vintage New Orleans photos? I think they really display something special about the spirit of our lovely city. Let us know which ones were your favorites–and why. We love to hear your feedback.
Kezia Kamenetz is a native to southern Louisiana and lives in the Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans currently. When not writing about all the amazing things to be found in her state, her central passion is dreams and the wisdom they can offer, which you can learn more about by visiting KeziaVida.com
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