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Online Catalogue > New Orleans French Quarter

My Personal New Orleans My Personal New Orleans

This 45,000 word book is a record of 19 years of visiting the French Quarter of New Orleans with groups of jazz fans. It takes the reader on a journey round the Quarter and paints a picture of the music, people and sights that make this exciting city so memorable.

Illustrated with original drawings, paintings and photographs.

Ref NOB 01

By Chris Stotesbury

 



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Preservation Hall Preservation Hall

726 St Peter Street, New Orleans, the site of the 'home' of New Orleans jazz. A must see and do on any visit to the French Quarter of the Crescent City. This drawing of the site, in the early morning long before the crowds begin to queue for entry, shows the simplicity of the façade

An original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

REF: NO1
 



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Royal St at Dumaine Royal St at Dumaine

Typical grand corner building, with its balconies full of flowers, and street life below.

An original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

REF: NO2 



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St Philips Street and Burgundy St Philips Street and Burgundy

This famous corner brings home to visitors New Orleans' history with jazz. Two of the most famous jazz tunes were written by musicians living on these streets. The houses on St Philips are typical town houses and around the corner are the Creole cottages of Burgundy on the quiet residential streets of the French Quarter.

An original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

REF: NO3
 



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Natchez Steamboat Natchez Steamboat

A familiar sight and sound on the Mississippi River in New Orleans. Its calliope plays visitors aboard and its piercing whistle that signals departure from the dock reverberate round the nearby streets. Natchez makes its serene way up and down the river three times daily in the summer, showing off the city from the water.

An original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Original sold, only available as an A4 print

Ref: NO4
 



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St Peter Street St Peter Street

Typical town houses with their ornate brackets under the eaves, and the stoops where residents sit in the hot summer evenings, chatting to neighbours.

An original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

REF: NO5
 



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Chartres St and the Cathedral Chartres St and the Cathedral

Looking along the shop fronts in Chartres St towards the Cathedral and Jackson Square

Drawn in early morning before the streets become thronged with people.

From an original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

Ref: NO6
 



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Dancing  on Bourbon Street Dancing on Bourbon Street


Outside the Ramada Inn on Bourbon, dancing to Leroy Jones during French Quarter Festival

From an original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

Ref: NO7
 



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Balconies on Dumaine Balconies on Dumaine

Cast iron balconies on Dumaine Street, New Orleans.
Built during the Spanish ownership of the city, these balconies are supported by columns to the sidewalk,
creating shade and charm.

From an original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

Ref: NO8
 



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Busking in New Orleans Busking in New Orleans

Musicians busking in Jackson Square outside the Cathedral with a backdrop of the collonaded shops and balconies of the Pontalbo builings on the St Peters Street side of the Square.

From an original drawing
by Bill Stotesbury

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Ref: NO9
 



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The Dew Drop The Dew Drop

The Dew Drop Social and Pleasure Club, Mandeville, Louisiana
This wooden Hall was built in 1895 as a meeting place and dance hall; and was used as a jazz venue until the late 50s. Rediscovered in the 90s it is once again a thriving jazz venue and is the spiritual home of the Ken Colyer Trust/Southern Sounds tour group who put on an annual concert in April.

From an original watercolour
by Bill Stotesbury

Available as an A4 print

Ref: NO10
 



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The Swamp The Swamp

Mandeville Park, Louisianna, cedar knees and all; drawn at the north shore of Lake Ponchartrain, New Orleans

Original drawing by Bill Stotesbury

195 x 265mm

Aavailable as an A4 print

REF: N011
 



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Online Catalogue > New Orleans French Quarter