Richard Campanella


Preservation in Print

How to handle future hurricane evacuations? Take a cue from the past.

This article was originally published in The Times-Picayune/New Orleans Advocate, and was republished in the June issue of PRC’s Preservation in …

Preservation in Print

The French Quarter’s most Spanish street

Above image by Marco Rosi This story appeared in the May issue of PRC’s Preservation in Print magazine. Interested in getting more …

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A Critical Voice: Élisée Reclus in New Orleans

This story appeared in the April issue of PRC’s Preservation in Print magazine. Interested in getting more preservation stories like this delivered to …

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How the Huey P. Long and Crescent City Connection bridges shaped the development of metro New Orleans

This article, first published in November 2018 in The Times-Picayune|New Orleans Advocate, was republished in the March issue of PRC’s Preservation …

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Before Emancipation, a community of freed slaves owned land in West Bank’s Freetown

This story appeared in the February issue of PRC’s Preservation in Print magazine. Interested in getting more preservation stories like this …

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Harvey Castle remains a well-remembered landmark, despite its demise more than a century ago

This story appeared in the December issue of PRC’s Preservation in Print magazine. Interested in getting more preservation stories like this …

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How your house got its number

This story was first published in The Times-Picayune|NOLA.com and was republished with permission in the November issue of PRC’s Preservation in …

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Rural Architecture on Urban Lots: Relics of the Chemin du Bayou

This story appeared in the October issue of PRC’s Preservation in Print magazine. Interested in getting more preservation stories like this …

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Why businesses form districts and what it means for preservation

This story appeared in the September issue of PRC’s Preservation in Print magazine. Interested in getting more preservation stories like this …

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Solving an 1890s photographic mystery

Where exactly did a famed frontier photographer capture this image of New Orleans street life? This article was first published …

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A never-built market on Canal Street’s never-dug canal

This story appeared in the May issue of PRC’s Preservation in Print magazine. Interested in getting more preservation stories like this …

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Space-age monorail was a 1950s dream that almost became a New Orleans reality

This article initially appeared in the New Orleans Times-Picayune on Feb. 12, 2016, and was reprinted in the April issue …