|Lulu White's Mahogany Hall, Storyville
|I believe this was Josie Arlington's place,
Basin Street, Storyville
|In 1950, Life magazine did a photographic essay entitled, "New
Orleans Jazz Scenes," featuring buildings that were important in
the history of Jazz. Unfortunately, none of the photos had
captions. I've found a few of these, if you can identify
any of the rest, please let me know. -- Nancy
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|Shadows of the PAST
|Society of Inseparable Friends Hall, St. Phillip Street, Treme - This
building is still standing, but the exterior 's undergone a drastic
renovation, a 2nd floor's been added, with a mansard roof and a
brick facade overall. The character of the interior remains intact.
|Equity / Jeunes Hall, N. Robertson Street, Marigny - Still
standing, but the exterior of the building has suffered a major
alteration, the 3-bay Italianate portico was removed and the
front covered with a brick veneer. The interior is still intact.