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Boat Loaded with Cotton Bales, "As It Used to Be," New Orleans, LA
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CategoryBoats
TitleBoat Loaded with Cotton Bales, "As It Used to Be, " New Orleans, LA
DescriptionColor Postcard; Thousands of bales of cotton float down the Mississippi River each year in boats and barges to New Orleans from points in Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. Much of this cotton is exported to the ports of the world.
Transcript[To] Mr. Frank Locke, 127 North Peoria St, chicago, Ill.; Arrrived here this A.M. Leave tomorrow for Cuba there three days N.Y. May 10th. Shall be glad to get home. Have had a wonderful trip. [Signed] Helen
SubjectSteamboats -- New Orleans (La.) -- History; Postcards -- New Orleans (La.) -- History; New Orleans (La.) -- History
Publisher ImprintMade in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
Postcard NumberingFront: 164; Back: 12023 N
Publisher (Digital)Lewis University
Date1936
TypeImage
FormatImage/tiff
IdentifierVolume1/boats_188621.pdf
SourceClick on this link to see more historical information on the Joliet area - http://www.lewisu.edu/imcanal/index-imcanal.htm
LanguageEnglish
Geographic CoverageNew Orleans, La.
RightsAll rights held by Lewis University. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, please contact the Howard and Lois Adelmann Regional History Collection at Lewis University at 815-836-5579 or 815-836-5665.
CollectionCanal Corridor Postcards (Lewis University)
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