|New Orleans Snow, 1958
|"Snow Decorates New Orleans - The first measurable snowfall in twenty years leaves rooftops and
the approaches to nearly completed 68 million dollar Mississippi River Bridge trimmed in white
today, as the unusual weather diverted the Mardi Gras crowded city from Carnival gaiety."
-- Baltimore Sun newspaper, February 12, 1958
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Canal Street in the Snow
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
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|The church in this photo is St. Paul's Episcopal Church in its former location on Camp Street.
The old church is no longer standing.