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Puch under the arch at Palmer Park.

Palmer Park (originally called Hamilton Square) was named through a city ordinance in July 1902. The name change honored the late Benjamin Morgan Palmer, pastor for the New Orleans First Presbyterian Church. 61 more words

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The Van Benthuysen-Elms Mansion.

Built in 1869, this mansion located on St. Charles Avenue is a beautiful example of Italianate style architecture. It was originally the home of Captain Watson Van Benthuysen II, who served as an officer in the Confederate Army. 74 more words

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Puch Maxi--a regal ride.

re·gal (ˈrēɡəl): of, resembling, or fit for a monarch, especially in being magnificent or dignified. Taking a few liberties here I know. This painted sign is a reminder that New Orleans was once the brewing capital of the South. 35 more words

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The seldom seen Puch tank rack.

There are thousands of Puch Maxi images online. And I’ve looked a quite a few. One thing that I rarely see is a Puch tank rack. 67 more words

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Reconsidering signs.

Saw this vintage sign at an intersection of roadway along Mississippi River levee. It welcomes folks to Louisiana and suggests to “reconsider” their littering. Guess the assumption is everyone who visits the state throws trash out of their vehicle. 15 more words

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