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Kemper and Leila Williams Foundation



In 1938, General and Mrs. L. Kemper Williams bought two properties in the French Quarter, a decision which later led to a commitment to preservation and to the acquiring of a major collection of historical Louisiana materials. With the deaths of Leila and Kemper Williams, in 1966 and 1971 respectively, a foundation bearing their names was established, thereby creating The Historic New Orleans Collection, an endowed institution.

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New Social Enterprise in Town: Lofty Heights


Olive Quinton, social entrepreneur and founder of Lofty Heights, tirelessly works to offer a reliable, friendly and cost effective local loft emptying service for disadvantaged and elderly people, at the same time provides employment opportunities for young people.




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