Great exhibition explaining the life of one of New Orleans' most beloved Archbishops. Based on his autobiography. Along with the tour (very reasonable entrance fee), one gets to see the oldest building in the old Louisiana Territory. Great docent available. Use one if there. And we were most fortunate to see a Jazz funeral march pass by heading to the next door chapel. Local Jazz club owner's funeral march included the dirge on the way to the chapel and the upbeat second line to the cemetary. Long time since we had seen one and this was done in the old traditional manner. RIP and thanks for reminding us of an old tradition.
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