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The Historic New Orleans Collection is a museum, research center, & publisher preserving the history & culture of NOLA & the Gulf South.
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THNOC 13h
Replying to @LLAOffice @NOFS and 12 others
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THNOC 13h
Twenty-four-hour notice for the next , a special family matinee screening of “The Princess and the Frog.” Join us here at 3 p.m. CDT Sunday:
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THNOC Jul 3
Replying to @visit_thnoc
The image, from our collections, is of Rex – the King of Carnival -- and his float during the 1926 celebration. Join us Sunday for a participatory re-watch of this -set animated favorite!
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THNOC Jul 3
Replying to @visit_thnoc
In the film, Big Daddy opens up “The Times-Picayune” newspaper and it is dated April 25, 1926. The Prince is coming for Mardi Gras and a headline in the newspaper mentions “Record Crowd Expected for Mardi Gras Parade.” However, in 1926 Mardi Gras took place on February 16.
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THNOC Jul 3
“The Princess and the Frog” is our next selection for , a special family matinee scheduled for 3 p.m. July 5. Our team has been combing our collection for historical references to share on our Twitter feed throughout. For example:
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THNOC Jul 3
To preview the 3 p.m. Sunday matinee edition of , we asked host and author Poppy Tooker for her favorite memories of Leah Chase, the inspiration for “The Princess and the Frog” character Tiana:
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THNOC Jul 3
Listen to the latest episode for an in-depth discussion with Curator/Historian Eric Seiferth on New Orleans music.
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THNOC Jul 2
Our recent virtual event "Caring for Your Family Photographs" is now on our Youtube page! View the recording of the virtual program now, and learn how to start safeguarding your family treasures for future generations.
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FranceLouisiana Jul 2
What is French in Louisiana? 🇫🇷⚜️ The New Orleans Photo Alliance, , , & invite you to submit your photographs that illustrate the French Heritage of Louisiana! 📸🏆 Entry Deadline 🔜 July 6 ⏰ 👉
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THNOC Jul 2
Replying to @FShaikAuthor
Yes! (More on that connection tomorrow...)
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THNOC Jul 1
Replying to @visit_thnoc
"The earlier Spanish style church built after the great fire of 1788 looked very different, as this 1816 lithograph by Edouard de Montulé shows." Join us Sunday! Here’s how:
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THNOC Jul 1
Replying to @visit_thnoc
Our team has been combing our collection for historical references to share on our Twitter feed throughout. For example: "There has been a Catholic church on the cathedral site ever since New Orleans was founded, but it didn’t always have pointed spires and steeple. ...
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THNOC Jul 1
A glorious St. Louis Cathedral wedding caps the animated action in “The Princess and the Frog,” our next selection for , a special family matinee scheduled for 3 p.m. July 5.
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Cafe Cour Jul 1
We're sooooo happy to be streamlining our ordering process for y'all !💻😊⠀ Order here: ⠀ TODAY'S SPECIAL⠀ ⠀ Louisiana Crawfish Pie w/side salad⠀ ⠀ SOUP DU JOUR⠀ ⠀ Moroccan Lentil Soup 🍲⠀ ⠀
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THNOC Jun 30
Thank you, , for highlighting some of the great places to visit in the French Quarter (and for including us)! THNOC's courtyards are open for visitors, and our online History From Home portal is open 24 hours a day. Check us out!
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THNOC Jun 29
returns at 3 p.m. July 5 with a special matinee screening of Disney’s 2009 “The Princess and the Frog,” a love story set during in 1926 New Orleans. Join us here for participatory re-watch fun.
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THNOC Jun 29
Have you tried THNOC's Virtual Reading Room yet? Our reference staff can take your questions on anything from family history to your adventures. What would you like to know about New Orleans history? Don't be afraid to ask!
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THNOC Jun 27
It’s definitely on the docket.
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