[percy-l] Specifics of New Orleans Damage

RHONDA MCDONNELL rhonda_mcdonnell at msn.com
Sun Sep 4 21:07:58 EDT 2005

I've been wondering the same thing. I had to cancel a planned trip last 
July, so I've still never been to New Orleans. Now I wonder if I'll ever go. 
I can't imagine that the New Orleans that emerges from this disaster will be 
anything like the New Orleans that we've lost.

>From: chaslow53 at aol.com
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>Subject: [percy-l] Specifics of New Orleans Damage
>Date: Sun, 04 Sep 2005 19:52:38 -0400
>Is there any reliable information about Percy landmarks?  I am thinking 
>specifically of the area along St. Charles Avenue by Loyola and Tulane, the 
>Maple Street Book Shop (I received last week a small order from there 
>mailed the Friday before the storm came--poignant) and Covington, though it 
>is on the other side of the Lake and that would presumably be storm damage 
>and not storm/flood damage.
>Chuck Lowry
>Brooklyn, New York

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