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Slave Quarters and Stairway, Cabildo, New Orleans

Indiana-born Joseph "Pops" Whitesell achieved international peer recognition over the course of his photography career. His subjects ranged from architecture to portraiture, embracing common subjects and society figures. He made "Slave Quarters and Starway, Cabildo, New Orleans..." in 1940.

Slave Quarters and Stairway, Cabildo, New Orleans

Courtesy of Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Slave Quarters and Stairway, Cabildo, New Orleans. Whitesell, Joseph Woodson (Photographer)

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