Produced in a model, new and absolutely sanitary factory.  Mail
orders filled anywhere.  Sent in a protected carton--each "Praline"
wrapped in glazed paper.  Carefully packed.
Hotel Grunewald Caterers
Box of 7.....$1.00
Box of 12....1.50
Box of 24....3.00
"Remember New Orleans and the soft evenings, lazy balconies, steamboat whistles and the
French Market for coffee to end the different day?  Ah!  That French Market Coffee.  A blend
of authoritative, round, gracious coffee.  With the vital added stimulus of Chicory.  Wouldn't
you like some now?  Black as sin, in a demi-tasse to cap your gourmet dinner.  Or Cafe au Lait,
the veritable smell of coffee itself, foaming frothy brown as milk and coffee meet and marry.  
The recipe for this and other conversation coffees is in every can.  Discerning grocers have
French Market Coffee and Chicory.  It costs a little more, but doesn't everything different these
days?  Different?  Mais oui.  Vive la difference!"
New Orleans Coffee Company
Teutonia Bank and Trust Co., New Orleans, LA
Safe ~ Solid ~ Sound ~ Sure
With thanks to Pamela Conway Caruso for sharing this image!
Marks Isaacs
Holmes Fine Jewelry
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There is a statue of Margaret Haughery on Camp Street, in the small
park known as "Margaret's Place."  Mrs. Haughery, known as "the
bread woman of New Orleans," was an entrepreneur and
philanthropist, who worked with the Sisters of Charity; she donated
much money to help orphans in the city.  Her statue portrays her
surrounded by the children she helped.
Myles Salt
Sazerac Cocktails
Godchaux Sugar
Old New Orleans
1853 Daily Delta newspaper ad:  "New Parisian Goods!  D. P. Scanlan & Co., No. 12 Chartres Street
Respectfully inform the Ladies that they are receiving by ship Sumner, from Havre, a large and
varied assortment of new goods from Paris, consisting of Silks of the latest and most rechereche
styles, such as Angela, Esther, d'Estres, Medina, Arinde, and Galathee robes; Breche, Changeable and
Plain Silk; Bayadere, Plaid and Fancy Foulard robes; Rich Black Silks, plain, plaid, breche and
quadrule; Aboukir and Melaide Muslin Dresses, a la Volants; Donna Maria Robes; Bayadere,
Pyramidal and Plain Barege Dresses; Wedding Sets of White Satin; Taffetas, Pyramid and Medaillon
Dresses; Embroidered and Flounced Gauze and Lace and Dresses; Ladies' Dress Caps, Collars,
Sleeves, and Gimps of the Mousquetaire, Ange, Voltaire, Senateur, Imperatrice, and Raphael styles;
Children's Embroidered Muslin and Linen Cambrie Chemises, Camisoles, and Matinees.  A complete
assortment of Ribbons, Artificials, Parasols, Gloves, and other articles too numerous to mention.  
Also, a splendid assortment of Ladies, Misses and Children's Silk, Satin, and Velvet Capotes,
Bolivards, and Capelines."
Concert, Grunewald Hall, 1890
Leah Rosalie Jensen Glaser, born December 15, 1897 in New Orleans; died
November 14, 1997, New Orleans; featured in this Charlotte Russe ad.
With special thanks to Larie Tedesco for sharing this image!
P. Bouron, Gun Maker
Child's Wool Hats, Canal and Common Streets; unknown store
South-Western Book Store, 1854