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The Supreme Court Building in March 2018, Statue of Chief Justice of the US Edward Douglass White in foreground
The Supreme Court Building in March 2018, Statue of Chief Justice of the US Edward Douglass White in foreground
After a 20-year renovation (and a 46-year absence from the French Quarter), the Court returned in 2004 to the c.1910 state court building in New Orlea
After a 20-year renovation (and a 46-year absence from the French Quarter), the Court returned in 2004 to the c.1910 state court building in New Orleans' French Quarter.
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The French Quarter, looking north with Mississippi River to the right
The French Quarter, looking north with Mississippi River to the right
Elaborate ironwork galleries on the corner of Royal and Dumaine streets (featured are the Miltenberger Houses)
Elaborate ironwork galleries on the corner of Royal and Dumaine streets (featured are the Miltenberger Houses)
The 'galleries' introduced after 1851
The 'galleries' introduced after 1851
The Rue Bourbon, or Bourbon Street, was named for the former ruling dynasty of France, now the ruling dynasty of Spain.
The Rue Bourbon, or Bourbon Street, was named for the former ruling dynasty of France, now the ruling dynasty of Spain.