Home Place Architect’s Drawing

A drawing by Architect Richard S. Caldwell for the magazine “Louisiana Architects.” The drawing represents the home before Keller removed the older steps on...

Home Place Plantation Early Picture

An early picture of Home Place complete with the plantation bell to the left and the cistern on the right. The barn can also be seen at the left. The picture...

Barn at Home Place Plantation

The old barn is not standing now. This picture was taken about 1900. The structure was built prior to the Civil War and was supposed to be used as a hospital...

Home Place Plantation Trees

The trees that P.A. Keller planted around 1900 now grace the driveway in their full magnificence. Photo by H.E. Yoes III. From the St. Charles Herald No. 13...

Riflemen at Home Place Plantation

Places for riflemen were built into the house. From the St. Charles Herald No. 13 Vol. 9, May 11, 1972. Tags: #home place #rise of plantations

Pierre A. Keller

Pierre A. Keller bought the house in 1889. His the original Keller of Keller Home Place. From the St. Charles Herald No. 13 Vol. 9, May 11, 1972. Tags: #home...

Carriage House at Home Place Plantation

The carriage house is slowly feeling the weight of a large oak tree which hides it from view. Photo by H.E. Yoes. From the St. Charles Herald No. 13 Vol. 9...

Blacksmith at Home Place Plantation

Michel Paulin lived in the big house, with the Kellers and was the plantation blacksmith. From the St. Charles Herald No. 13 Vol. 9, May 11, 1972. Tags: #home...

Bell at Home Place Plantation

The plantation bell was case in 1806 and hung over the plantation until 1965 when Hurricane Betsy knocked it down. It is now kept in one of the bottom floor...

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