Historical Photographs of Donaldsonville
All photos are laboratory printed on Kodak Professional Endura 100 year
photographic paper and coated with a UV protective spray.

A portion of the proceeds go to several Donaldsonville non profit
organization as per the direction of the donors of the photographs

Depending on the content, not all photos are of standard size
and may need custom framing.
The Big House at Evan Hall
The Big House at Evan Hall Plantation
Circa 1900
The 1897 flood with Bayou Lafourche in
the background
The 1897 Flood
Harvesting Sugar Cane on Evan Hall Plantation
Circa 1900
Harvesting Sugar Cane
Fort Butler at Bayou Lafourche during
the Civil War
The Sugar House at Evan Hall Plantation
Circa 1900
The Stables at Evan Hall Plantation
Circa 1900
Fort Butler at Bayou Lafourche during the Civil War and an engineering drawing of the Fort
The grocery department of Lemmans
Department Store
Workers at the Donaldsonville Lumber Yard
Paul's Shoe Shop on Railroad Avenue
Construction of the Hwy. 1 railroad underpass
The back of Evan Hall Sugar House
Circa 1900
Rolling barrels of sugar onto a steam ship on
the Mississippi River from Evan Hall Plantation
Circa 1900
1938 Louisiana State Fair at the Donaldsonville
Sate Fair Grounds
Houmas Street when it was still dirt.
The Farmers Market is in the backgroud
Fort Butler
Evan Hall Sugar House
Evan Hall Stables
1938 Grand stands at the Louisiana State Fair
in Donaldsonville
Fairgrounds Grand Stand
Fort Butler and Drawing
Lemmans Grocery
Lumberyard workers
Pauls Shoe Repair
Sugar Boat
Back of Sugar House
Hwy 1 Underpass
Houmas Street
Louisiana Fair Grounds