|By: Bob Monie|
|The Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, now called the New Orleans Museum of Art, originally funded by Isaac Delgado|
|1909 Codicil to Delgado's Will|
|The book version of the play Get-Rich-Quick-Wallingford, which amused Delgado|
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