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The Cabildo Historic Museum Preservation, Historic Building Architecture Louisiana, New Orleans Greeting Card

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"The Cabildo. 701 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Built in 1799.
The Cabildo was built as the center of New Orleans government and served as such until 1853 when it became the headquarters of the Louisiana State Supreme Court.
This building housed many landmark events in history such as the signing of the Louisiana Purchase and being the court where the Plessy v. Ferguson decision was made.

The Cabildo is now part of the Louisiana State Museum."

Little Histories aims to tell you the story behind the architecture that surrounds us. Each card is carefully illustrated to show you the beauty of a building and tell the story of where it is, what it is, and what it has been.

These cards are perfect to collect and share with your friends, family, and acquaintances that you kind of like (because everyone deserves a nice card now and then.)

Product Specifications:
- Folded A2 (4.25" x 5.5") Greeting Card
- Blank Interior
- Includes Matching Envelope
- Framing Option includes Black Ikea Ribba Frame (6''x8'', 1.25'' depth) with hanging hooks on back


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