Simple cottages, urban mansions, and amalgamations of Creole and Anglo-American-type homes blend together to form one of the few antebellum New Orleans neighborhoods.
About the Author
An award-winning author of more than a dozen books, Roulhac B. Toledano is a prominent lecturer and an authority on historical architecture. She is the recipient of the American Institute of Architects International Book Award and works as an artist, writer, and preserver of historic American treasures.
Betsy Swanson earned a bachelor of fine arts degree with distinction in art from Newcomb College in 1959 and was awarded the master of fine arts by Tulane University in 1966. She is a coauthor of New Orleans Architecture Volume II: The American Sector (pb) and a photographer for New Orleans Architecture Volume VI: Faubourg Tremè and the Bayou Road (pb). Ms. Swanson lives in Harahan, Louisiana.