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The Historic New Orleans Collection is pleased to offer its New Orleans History podcast, which will offer in-person and online visitors insight into The Collection’s unique exhibitions and related programming. We will offer curator’s comments, virtual tours of exhibitions, lectures, and more. Please subscribe to the New Orleans History PodCast so you will be informed of new content as it is made available. Visit our website at www.hnoc.org for more information about The Historic New Orleans Collection.

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The Historic New Orleans Collection is pleased to offer its New Orleans History podcast, which will offer in-person and online visitors insight into The Collection’s unique exhibitions and related programming. We will offer curator’s comments, virtual tours of exhibitions, lectures, and more. Please subscribe to the New Orleans History PodCast so you will be informed of new content as it is made available. Visit our website at www.hnoc.org for more information about The Historic New Orleans Collection.

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New Orleans History

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The Historic New Orleans Collection is pleased to offer its New Orleans History podcast, which will offer in-person and online visitors insight into The Collection’s unique exhibitions and related programming. We will offer curator’s comments, virtual tours of exhibitions, lectures, and more. Please subscribe to the New Orleans History PodCast so you will be informed of new content as it is made available. Visit our website at www.hnoc.org for more information about The Historic New Orleans Collection.

Rank #1: Antiques Forum 2011: Received from different factories in France: 19th-Century Paris Porcelain in the American South

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Donna Corbin, Associate Curator European Decorative Arts Philadelphia Museum of Art, presents Received from different factories in France: 19th-Century Paris Porcelain in the American South for the 2011 Antiques Forum at the Historic New Orleans Collection.

Jan 13 2015

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Rank #2: Antiques Forum 2011: Paris on the Bayou: The French Artistic Presence on the Gulf Coast

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Graham C. Boettcher, PhD, the William Cary Hulsey Curator of American Art at the Birmingham Museum of Art in Alabama, presents Paris on the Bayou: The French Artistic Presence on the Gulf Coast for the 2011 Antiques Forum at the Historic New Orleans Collection.

Jan 13 2015

58mins

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Rank #3: 5 Creole Cottage

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Architectural audio tour of the Creole cottage at 726-728 Toulouse Street in New Orleans, Louisiana

Oct 06 2009

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Rank #4: Antiques Forum 2011: American Silver with a French Accent?

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Janine Skerry, Curator of Metals, Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia, presents American Silver with a French Accent? for the 2011 Antiques Forum at the Historic New Orleans Collection.

Jan 13 2015

1hr 5mins

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Rank #5: 2 Townhouse

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Architectural audio tour of the Townhouse at 718 Toulouse Street in New Orleans, Louisiana

Oct 06 2009

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Rank #6: Antiques Forum 2011: Among the First French

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Tom Savage, Director of Museum Affairs at the Winterhur Museum presents Among the First French: The Early Huguenot Experience in the Carolina Lowcountry for the 2011 Antiques Forum at the Historic New Orleans Collection. It is followed by John H Lawrence, Director of Museum Programs at the Historic New Orleans Collection presenting Following the Trail of (French) Bread Crumbs in the Coastal South.

Jan 13 2015

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Rank #7: Bill Russell Lectures: Scenes from “Treemonisha”

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Alfred E. Lemmon, Director of the Williams Research Center at the Historic New Orleans Collection introduces OperaCréole with pianists Wilfred Delphin and Samuel Liégeon and narration by Walter Harris Jr. Treemonisha is an opera composed by Scott Joplin. Recorded in 2013.

Dec 12 2014

1hr 6mins

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Rank #8: Bill Russell Lectures: Reflections of Bechet, A New Orleans Jazz Original: The Man and the Music Pt 2

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John H. Lawrence, Director of Museum Programs at the Historic New Orleans Collection introduces Bruce Boyd Raeburn. Raeburn is a Curator at the Tulane University’s Hogan Jazz Archive and plays the drums. He presents Reflections of Bechet, A New Orleans Jazz Original: The Man and the Music. Recorded in 2012.

Dec 12 2014

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Rank #9: Bill Russell Lectures: Reflections of Bechet, A New Orleans Jazz Original: The Man and the Music Pt 1

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John H. Lawrence, Director of Museum Programs at the Historic New Orleans Collection introduces Bruce Boyd Raeburn. Raeburn is a Curator at the Tulane University’s Hogan Jazz Archive and plays the drums. He presents Reflections of Bechet, A New Orleans Jazz Original: The Man and the Music. Recorded in 2012.

Dec 12 2014

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Rank #10: Bill Russell Lectures: Old New Orleans Blues: Bill Russell and “Fess” Manetta

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John H. Lawrence, Director of Museum Programs at the Historic New Orleans Collection introduces Butch Thompson. Thompson is a Jazz pianist and clarinetist who is one of the few non-locals to play at Preservation Hall in New Orleans. He presents Old New Orleans Blues: Bill Russell and “Fess” Manetta. Recorded in 2003.

Dec 12 2014

1hr 12mins

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Rank #11: Bill Russell Lectures: Jelly Roll Morton’s Piano Music: The Known and Unknown

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Alfred E. Lemmon, Director of the Williams Research Center at the Historic New Orleans Collection introduces James Dapogny. Dapogny is a performer and Professor Emeritus of Music Theory at University of Michigan. He presents Jelly Roll Morton’s Piano Music: The Known and Unknown. Recorded in 2002.

Dec 12 2014

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Rank #12: Bill Russell Lectures: Drumming New Orleans Style

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Alfred E. Lemmon, Director of the Williams Research Center at the Historic New Orleans Collection introduces Barry Martyn with Bruce Boyd Raeburn. Martyn is a drummer originally from England who has ties to New Orleans. Raeburn is a Curator at the Tulane University’s Hogan Jazz Archive and plays the drums. Martyn and Raeburn present Drumming New Orleans Style. Recorded in 2001.

Dec 12 2014

1hr 23mins

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Rank #13: Bill Russell Lectures: Millennial Reflections on the Impact of Jelly Roll Morton

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Alfred E. Lemmon, Director of the Williams Research Center at the Historic New Orleans Collection introduces Bill Russell. For the first annual Bill Russell lecture, Dr. Michael White, Professor of Spanish and African Music at Xavier University and historian of New Orleans jazz and performer, presents Millennial Reflections on the Impact of Jelly Roll Morton. Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941) was a jazz pianist and composer who was born and raised in New Orleans. Recorded in 2000.

Nov 28 2014

1hr 7mins

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Rank #14: Pipe Dreams: Louisiana under the French Company of the Indies

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Erin Greenwald historian and curator of the exhibition Pipe Dreams:Louisiana under the French Company of the Indies, 1717—1731 discuses colonization, John Law, the Mississippi Bubble and the dreams of the French Company of the Indies to establish a tobacco empire in French colonial Louisiana.

Jun 25 2013

27mins

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Rank #15: Seeking the Unknown, part 5

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The curators share some thoughts on Thomas Jefferson and science, including his connections to France and his official sponsorship of expeditions to gather information about Louisiana.
The exhibition Seeking the Unknown: Natural History Observations in Louisiana, 1698—1840 presents objects that provide a broad historical background for the study of Louisiana’s natural history—from taxidermied animals, specimens in jars, and pressed plants to lavishly illustrated folios.

Mar 25 2013

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Rank #16: Seeking the Unknown, part 2

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Langlois discusses the careers of the Prat Brothers, Jean and Louis, who sent botanical samples and information from Louisiana to France for nearly 20 years.
The exhibition Seeking the Unknown: Natural History Observations in Louisiana, 1698—1840 presents objects that provide a broad historical background for the study of Louisiana’s natural history—from taxidermied animals, specimens in jars, and pressed plants to lavishly illustrated folios.

Mar 25 2013

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Rank #17: Seeking the Unknown, part 1

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In this segment personalities and motives of the official and unofficial botanists and other naturalists are discussed by the curators.
The exhibition Seeking the Unknown: Natural History Observations in Louisiana, 1698—1840 presents objects that provide a broad historical background for the study of Louisiana’s natural history—from taxidermied animals, specimens in jars, and pressed plants to lavishly illustrated folios.

Mar 25 2013

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Rank #18: Seeking the Unknown, introduction

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The exhibition Seeking the Unknown: Natural History Observations in Louisiana,1698—1840 presents objects that provide a broad historical background for the study of Louisiana’s natural history—from taxidermied animals, specimens in jars, and pressed plants to lavishly illustrated folios. Exhibition curators Gilles-Antoine Langlois and John H. Lawrence present some thoughts on the reasons for staging the exhibition.

Mar 18 2013

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Rank #19: 1 Merieult House

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Architectural audio tour of the Merieult House at 533 Royal Street in New Orleans, Louisiana

Oct 06 2009

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Rank #20: 3 Williams Residence

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Architectural audio tour of the Williams residence at 718 Toulouse Street in New Orleans, Louisiana

Oct 06 2009

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