Horticultural Hall, Audubon Park, New Orleans


Horticultural Hall, Audubon Park, New Orleands, LA
1907-1911
Published: The Rotograph Co, New York (In operation, 1904-11)

The nascent park accommodated a World’s Fair soon thereafter, the World Cotton Centennial of 1884. After the closing of the fair, the park’s development began in earnest. Most of the fair’s buildings were demolished, with the exception of Horticultural Hall – which remained in the park until destroyed in the 1915 New Orleans hurricane.
Wikipedia.

Street view, approximate location (hall stood between the end of the Alley of Oaks and the bandstand)

Banking Room, New Orleans

Description on back:

The Main Banking Room of the Hibernia Bank & Trust Company is finished in Tavernelle marble and American walnut and covers an area of one-half acre. The thirty-four cages and three entrances are of appropriately decorated bronze. The subdued gold of the ceiling adds the necessary warmth to the color scheme.
1920s

Unloading bananas, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA


Unloading Bananas New Orleans, LA.

On the back:

At New Orleans, the world’s greatest banana port, more than 700 ships arrive each year loaded, each with 25,000 to 50,000 bunches of this popular fruit. At the banana wharves the individual bunch is carried from the hold of the ship to the door of the refrigerator car on mechanical conveyors.

Published by New Orleans News Co. Can’t narrow the date, but 1920-1950