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1617-1619 Teche Street (House), New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LA

1617-1619 Teche Street (House), New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LA

 
 
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Significance: Date of construction: 1899. Architect: Unknown. Late Victorian. Wood frame. One story on brick piers. Front porch with spindlework frieze supported by openwork; original slate roof and chimneys; shutters on facade windows; doors glazed and paneled with transom. Asbestos siding and aluminum windows added; gutters removed; date unknown. Fair condition; Structure demolished during the construction of the new Mississippi River Bridge in New Orleans, c. 1980. Built in 1899 for investment by Mary Conly.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-61
Survey number: HABS LA-25

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