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Leona Tate, one of the “McDonogh Three” who famously integrated the McDonogh No. 19 Elementary School in 1960, has big plans for the vacant school’s future.
Putting a Face to a Name: New Slavery Exhibit at Laura Plantation Personalizes the History of Slavery
Laura Plantation has a new permanent exhibit on the history of slavery at the plantation. Read about this fascinating new exhibit, and take a tour with the PRC on March 18th.
A new project promises to construct a pavillion and interpretive site dedicated to Martin Luther King, Jr. and his contemporaries who incorporated the Southern Christian Leadership Council in a Central City church.
A building long vilified as an eyesore in the Faubourg Marigny is reexamined.
The state’s top public school is expanding offerings at its illustrious College of Art + Design.
The former Marine Hospital site Uptown is the site of Children’s Hospital’s careful expansion.
The Caribe Building, an iconic Curtis and Davis-designed structure on Canal Street, is PRC’s 123rd preservation easement — and the first mid-century modern building in the bunch.
With over a century of history as a residence and family business, the Jacob Schoen & Son Funeral Home has plenty of stories to tell.
What strides did the PRC make to promote preservation in New Orleans last year? This top ten list reveals some of our greatest accomplishments in 2016. 🙌
Jazz was born in New Orleans, and sites that shaped the genre are located throughout our city. What does the future have in store for these priceless landmarks with storied histories? 🎺