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Front: Courtyard of Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard House, Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA -- 211
Back: this fine example of New Orleans Colonial architecture, once the home of the confederate hero General P. G. T. Beauregard, has been set aside as a shrine for his relics and Civil War records. A graduate of West Point, Beauregard is considered the greatest soldier born in New Orleans.
New Orleans -- America's Most Interesting City.
Pub. by New Orleans News Co., New Orleans, LA
Natural Color Post Card made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. - (LKY)
Postmarked from a Private William C. Lee (his Grandmother was a cousin of General William C. Lee, father of the Airborne). Private Lee was stationed in New Orleans and wrote his aunt this postcard.
Postmark date was Nov. 8, 1942. Being the date was during war-time, the word Free is written in the stamp box.
Stamps on PC:
Free postage during war-time.
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