Spanish Cabildo and Stocks, New Orleans
Ardent preservationist and prolific artist William Woodward successfully advocated for the preservation of the Cabildo, depicted in the Rafaelli oil crayon on board "Spanish Cabildo and Stocks, New Orleans." The building became the Louisiana State Museum in 1911, and the stocks are no longer in existence.
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