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Preservation in Print
By Dee Allen • February 1, 2024
From roughly 1905-1914, The Daily-Picayune published a Sunday illustrated magazine on smooth finish “calendar” paper. These supplements measured roughly 10 by …
Motivating Demolitions of the Early 1900s.
Celebrating his second anniversary as head of the Vieux Carré Commission – the city agency that protects New Orleans’ crown jewel – Bryan Block has worked to expand the VCC’s outreach and ensure that the city’s oldest neighborhood shines for the city’s tricentennial.
Late Victorian Architecture in New Orleans
Dating back to the birth of the city, cisterns could be found in all neighborhoods of the city.
Ryan Bordenave revives a 1912 Neo-Classical double shotgun house in Mid-City
Longtime Preservation in Print editor Danielle Del Sol was selected as PRC’s executive director.
An unassuming building on St. Claude, currently under renovation, helped to shape New Orleans’ quintessential bounce and hip-hop sound.
The PRC is hosting its 41st Julia Jump on March 16 at NOCCA’s Solomon Hall – an adaptive reuse project of a former warehouse of the East Louisiana Railroad, where Homer Plessy boarded a train in 1892 to challenge the Separate Car Act.