Morris-Israel-Aron House, New Orleans, LA

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Morris-Israel-Aron House, New Orleans, Louisiana, handcrafted in 3/4" thick wood by The Cat's Meow Village in Wooster, Ohio.

3.25 x 5
New Orleans

Architect Samual Jamison began construction on this home in 1860, but further building was delayed by the Civil War.  It was completed eight years later.  Ownership changed hands several times throughout its existence, and it was also used as a boarding house for six years.  In 1967, its owners began the task of restoring the home to its original magnificence.

This house is handcrafted from ¾” thick wood in the U.S. The colorful details on the front also include our famous black cat mascot, Casper, either sitting or reclining. The back includes a short description. You can set this keepsake on a mantle, shelf, desk, or perch it on the molding above your window or doorway. Group it with other Cat’s Meows to create your very own Village.