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A Walk Through the Vieux Carre and a Short History of the St. Charles Hotel
New Orleans: Dinkler Hotels Company, 1935. 3 by 6 inches. 59 pages. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs. An often-reprinted guide to the French Quarter of New Orleans, published by a chain of boutique hotels. ISBN: 281AIB1040515.
First edition (first printing with 1935 date and no additional printings noted). Very good in wrappers (paperback). Light edge wear.Book ID: 205075More details Price: $100.00
Pere Antoine’s Date Palm
First Edition Thus
Ysleta, TX: Edwin B. Hill, 1940. On a single sheet of stiff yellow paper, folded. 8-1/2 by 5-1/2 inches. One of 50 copies. First separate edition. Included in the 1885 Historical Sketch Book and Guide to New Orleans and Environs. ISBN: B07S39K6P8.
First edition thus. Near fine; just a touch of edge wear. BAL 8044.Book ID: 265138More details Price: $60.00
The Jack Lafaience Book
The American Printing Co, 1922. 186 pages. A collection of dialect tales. The author was a member of the New Orleans bar, and many of these talks were given before that organization. The book was published by the author's widow. ISBN: B003IH0Q88.
First edition (first printing). A very good copy bound in the original thin, flexible boards. Ownership signature of Robert Easton, a Hollywood dialect coach and character actor.Book ID: 139015More details Price: $31.25
New Orleans Sketches
Hokuseido, 1953. 134 pages. 5 by 7-1/4 inches. Text in English; introduction in Japanese. ISBN: B002IRZ9HW.
Very good in wrappers (paperback).Book ID: 266589
A Walk Through French Town in Old New Orleans
The New Orleans Journal, 1925. Unpaginated, 43 pages. A walking guide to the French Quarter. B/W illustrations. ISBN: 281AIB1048326.
Fourth edition. A near fine copy in illustrated gray wrappers, stapled.Book ID: 263354
New Orleans, America's Most Interesting City
New Orleans, LA: New Orleans News Co, (n.d. but ca. 1940).  pages. 4-3/4 by 6-3/4 inches. Promotional brochure, illustrated with colorized photographs. Includes a small map and 59 points of interest. Dated based on "new" federal building, which was completed in 1939; no mention of the war effort, so probably pre-Pearl Harbor. ISBN: 281AIB1039254.
Near fine.Book ID: 198933
The Yellow Line: Take One Seeing New Orleans
New Orleans: The Yellow Line, 1935. Tri-fold pamphlet describing four tours of the Louisiana city. 4 by 9-1/4 inches. ISBN: 281AIB1036221.
Light crease to bottom corner and light edge wear, thus near fine.Book ID: 174207More details Price: $18.75
Fabulous New Orleans
New York: Appleton-Century, 1941. 334 pages. ISBN: B0078F1MFW.
1952 printing. No jacket. Very good or better.Book ID: 207680More details Price: $15.00
Condensed History of New Orleans for the Tourist
New Orleans, LA: Gray Line Motor Tours, (n.d. but 1950s?). 16 pages. 4-1/2 by 6 inches. ISBN: 281AIB1041240.
Fine pamphlet.Book ID: 207682More details Price: $15.00
Storyville, New Orleans: Being an Authentic, Illustrated Account of the Notorious Red Light District
University of Alabama Press, 1978. ISBN: 9780817344030.
Very GoodBook ID: 48199More details Price: $9.98
Red Pepper Paradise: Avery Island, Louisiana
Audubon Park Pr, 1986. ISBN: 9780961645205.
Very GoodBook ID: 219545More details Price: $8.98
Swapping Stories : Folktales from Louisiana
Univ Pr of Mississippi, 1997. ISBN: 9780878059317.
Very GoodBook ID: 72301More details Price: $8.48
1 Dead in Attic: After Katrina
Simon & Schuster, 2007. ISBN: 9781416552987.
Very GoodBook ID: 134541More details Price: $8.00