FREE shipping on qualifying offers. New Orleans in the Thirties offers a nostalgic view of life in New Orleans half a century ago through photographs and reminiscences.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It was a time when Robert Maestri was mayor. MARY LOU WIDMER, a native of New Orleans, is a certified descendant of the area's settlers prior to the Louisiana Purchase. She is a member of the Louisiana Colonials and the Daughters of 1812.
Mary Lou Widmer, a native New Orleanian, is president of the South Louisiana Chapter of Romance Writers of America. She has written several articles for New Orleans publications, and is the author of Night Jasmine, Beautiful Crescent, and Lace Curtain
Mary Lou Widmer, a native New Orleanian, is president of the South Louisiana Chapter of Romance Writers of America. She has written several articles for New Orleans publications, and is the author of Night Jasmine, Beautiful Crescent, and Lace Curtain. Widmer is also the author of New Orleans in the Twenties, New Orleans in the Forties, and New Orleans in the Fifties, all published by Pelican.
New Orleans from 1900 to 1920. New Orleans in the Sixties. Margaret, Friend of Orphans. The View from Rampart Street.
It is truly a pleasure to be associated with Beautiful Crescent: A History of New Orleans
It is truly a pleasure to be associated with Beautiful Crescent: A History of New Orleans. In 2009, we met with Mary Lou Widmer, one of the authors of this book. After many discussions and negotiations, we obtained the rights and the responsibility of keeping this magnificent book on New Orleans history alive. Whether it is in the humidity or in the water, after reading this book and understanding the motives of Bienville, Iberville, and everyone else who formed a community in New Orleans, it is no wonder we have been able to rise above disaster and celebrate the city that we all love.
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Morrison moved to New Orleans, where he became an attorney with the New Deal . New Orleans in the Forties by Mary Lou Widmer.
Morrison moved to New Orleans, where he became an attorney with the New Deal agency, the National Recovery Administration. Thereafter, he became a law partner with his brother Jacob Morrison and Thomas Hale Boggs, S. a future Democratic . Representative and House Majority Leader. Mrs. Morrison (born August 17, 1921) died at the age of thirty-seven on February 26, 1959, just a few months before her husband launched his second gubernatorial bid. The Morrisons' seven-year-old son, John Randolph Waterman "Randy" Morrison (born September 24, 1956), died with his father in the 1964 plane crash.
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