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This black and white advertising postcard features the interior view of tables dressed with white table cloths and napkins. The walls are covered in floral wall paper and the ceiling is a grid. An inset photo features a man in a chef's uniform holding a knife to a large piece of roast. The title along the side of the card advertises "LeFleur's, Jackson's Most Unusual Restaurant." The back of the postcard identifies the item as a postcard and provides indication for postage stamp placement. The description int the upper left corner reads "LeFleur's, 119 So. President, Recommended by Duncan Hines. Famous for Southern Cooking, Fine Steaks, New Orleans Seafood Dishes. LeFleur's is named for Louis LeFleur, founder of the city of Jackson, which was originally a small trading post known as LeFleur's Bluff. "
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Lucius Marion Lampton, MD Historical Images Collection, Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University