New Orleans 1854-1930's lot of 5 interesting old paper items visits Expo portBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
New Orleans, America's Most Interesting City. Guidebook, no date, c.1920-30's.
Guide to the Port of New Orleans as a Unit of America's Most Interesting City.
The Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans. Folding sheet, opens to a map and info.
Poetical History of Louisiana. Dedicated to the Exposition Visitors.
1885, New Orleans, E. A. Brandao & Co.
Henry Clay Visits New Orleans, by Francis P. Burns.
July, 1944, the Louisiana Historical Quarterly. Author inscribed.
New Orleans Price Current, Commercial Intelligencer and Merchants' Transcript.
September 1, 1853, New Orleans, Cook, Young & Co. Large blue paper folded sheet, half is a manuscript signed and dated March 30, 1854 New Orleans.
Tallest measures: 11 1/4" H X 9 1/8" W.
Shortest measures: 6 3/4" H X 4 5/8" W.