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Photo:Financial district, 1920s
None credited. - postcard published by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee. Scanned by Infrogmation

New Orleans
postcard, "Financial District, The Carondelet Canyon". View of Carondelet Street up from Canal Street, with high-rises including the Hibernia Bank building and 1920s automobiles visible. Text on back of card: "More money is involved in the gigantic transactions which take place in the buildings shown in this picture, the Carondelet Canyon of New Orleans, than in any other center of the South. The buildings on the right are (reading from the foreground backward) -- Federal Reserve Branch, Canal-Commercial Bank (New Orlean's [sic] biggest), Marine Bank, Cotton Exchange and Hibernia Bank."


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  • Created: Not dated. Looks like 1920s. The Hibernia Bank Tower and the new Cotton Exchange Building visible were both completed in 1921.