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View of a group of six men posing in front of a bar and restaurant at a corner on Treme Street. One man wears a t-shirt that says "The Dirty Dozen." A banner tied above the sidewalk from the building on the corner to a telephone pole reads "Restaurant Treme Lounge" and also includes the names of the following social clubs; Scene Boosters, Dirty Dozen, Treme Sports, Calender Girls, Money Wasters and 6th Ward High Steppers. A sign in the door reads "Free Red Beans and Rice Labor Day."

Details

  • Title: Restaurant Treme Lounge
  • Creator: Jules Cahn
  • Creator Lifespan: 1916-1995
  • Date Created: 1978
  • Location Created: New Orleans, LA
  • Physical Dimensions: 11" x 14"
  • Type: gelatin silver prints; later prints
  • Rights: Physical rights are retained by The Historic New Orleans Collection. Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.
  • Medium: photographic paper; silver (metal); photographic gelatin
  • Art Form: Photography
  • Support: gelatin silver process
  • Depicted Location: Faubourg Tremé, New Orleans, LA
  • Original Title: Restaurant Treme Lounge
  • Credit Line: Jules Cahn Collection at The Historic New Orleans Collection
  • Accession Number: 2000.78.8.16

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