Vintage New Orleans
NOLA in 1956
My father took a solo trip to New Orleans in 1956, driving from where he and my mother (with my older sister, their first, on the way) lived in Hamilton, Ontario Canada through Tennessee into Louisiana.
I came across the photo album recently and decided to scan the old BW pics as is, with no editing. Some are surprisingly clear 65 years later. All pictures taken by my Dad Heinz Wassenberg.
|French Quarter, New Orleans 1956|
There is one thing I realized after looking at an album full of pictures of buildings, trees, parks, and water - with nary a human being in sight. I didn't know that tendency was inherited. :)
Memphis On The Way
|2nd Street, Memphis TN 1956|
|Main Street, Memphis TN 1956|
|Bridge over Lake Pontchartrain, LA 1956|
|Elysian Fields Ave, NOLA 1956|
The French Quarter
Left: Courtyard Canales, 624 Royal Street, New Orleans
Right: Courtyard of Maison Montegut, 729 Royal Street, New Orleans - built in 1794
|Court of Two Sisters restaurant, New Orleans, 1956|
Leaving NOLA on Hwy 411 through Tennessee, near Madisonville.
|Entrance to Smoky Mountain National Park, 1956|
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