Byline: Albert Richardson; 1861-03-29; The New York Tribune; pages 6
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"The edifice in which the sessions of the State Convention are held is one of the most elegant and harmonious public buildings in the city. It is located on St. Charles street, facing Lafayette square - one of the admirable little parks which are the pride of New Orleans - and a short distance from the imposing First Presbyterian Church, in which the well-known Dr. Palmer dispenses a sound Pro-Slavery gospel. . ."
Description:Albert Richardson's daily column "From Louisiana" in the New York Tribune.
Rights: Public domain.