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Marsha Olderr Artistry

Doullut Steamboat House (Prints)

Doullut Steamboat House (Prints)

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In 1905, Paul Doullut, a steamboat captain, constructed a house facing the Mississippi in what is now known as the Ninth Ward Holy Cross neighborhood. In 1913, Capt. Doullut and his son built an identical house in 1913 for his son, who was also a steamboat captain, as was Capt. Paul's wife. The houses were built to look like steamboats, including making the chimneys look like smokestacks. The house survived Katrina, unlike many in the Ninth Ward, because the first floors are entirely ceramic inside and out.

16" x 20" & 8' x 10" Prints

Prints are available on Photo Luster stock. This is a 290 gsm, 11.4 mil thick, bright white luster paper. The paper features a microporous resin coating and a 96% opacity coating.

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