U.S. Custom House, New Orleans
The fifty-five-foot-high Marble Hall is illuminated by a large skylight. This room of the the US Custom House in New Orleans, with its fourteen marble columns, is recognized as one of the finest examples of the Greek revival style. This photograph shows how Custom House offices were configured ca. 1900.
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