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The former district of Storyville, photographed in 1955. (Evans/Three Lions/Getty Images)

The former district of Storyville, photographed in 1955. (Evans/Three Lions/Getty Images)

Brad and Angelina live here

Brad and Angelina live here

New Orleans Police Department 10th Precinct Station on City Park Ave in 1930's

New Orleans Police Department 10th Precinct Station on City Park Ave in 1930's

Oaklawn Manor Plantation 1827 Franklin Louisiana

Oaklawn Manor Plantation 1827 Franklin Louisiana

Mahogany Hall, Storyville, in the 1930s, just before it was torn down to make way for the Iberville Projects on Basin Street

Mahogany Hall, Storyville, in the 1930s, just before it was torn down to make way for the Iberville Projects on Basin Street

A young girl sitting on the steps of a former brothel. Photograph by David E. Scherman. New Orleans, Louisiana, 1940.

A young girl sitting on the steps of a former brothel. Photograph by David E. Scherman. New Orleans, Louisiana, 1940.

St. Louis Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana - actually the name of three Roman Catholic cemeteries opened in 1789. All of the graves are above-ground vaults; most were constructed in the 18th & 19th century. Cemetery No. 1 spans just one square block but has over 600 tombs. A Protestant section (generally not vaulted) lies in the north-west section. Currently owned & maintained by the Archdiocese of New Orleans, it is listed in National Register of Historic Places.

St. Louis Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana - actually the name of three Roman Catholic cemeteries opened in 1789. All of the graves are above-ground vaults; most were constructed in the 18th & 19th century. Cemetery No. 1 spans just one square block but has over 600 tombs. A Protestant section (generally not vaulted) lies in the north-west section. Currently owned & maintained by the Archdiocese of New Orleans, it is listed in National Register of Historic Places.

This theater was originally buit as the Schubert. Sam Stone was the architect. The name was changed a number of times, from Schubert to Lafayette to Star, to Poche, then finally to Civic.    In the late seventies it was turned into the Civic Disco. Now it is loft/condos.

This theater was originally buit as the Schubert. Sam Stone was the architect. The name was changed a number of times, from Schubert to Lafayette to Star, to Poche, then finally to Civic. In the late seventies it was turned into the Civic Disco. Now it is loft/condos.

528 South Peters Street, Built 1852 - This building is the only one of four identical buildings still standing. The buildings were designed by the architect Henry Howard and constructed by Thomas Hale in 1852. Howard chose to use cast-iron details for the columns and lintels that were made to imitate the typical granite columns of this type of building. The iron shutters on the building are part of the original design. Warehouse District, New Orleans, LA

528 South Peters Street, Built 1852 - This building is the only one of four identical buildings still standing. The buildings were designed by the architect Henry Howard and constructed by Thomas Hale in 1852. Howard chose to use cast-iron details for the columns and lintels that were made to imitate the typical granite columns of this type of building. The iron shutters on the building are part of the original design. Warehouse District, New Orleans, LA

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