Their wares came from a variety of sources, regional and international. In February 1894, John Gauche's Sons received a letter from a Selma, Alabama supplier named E. Gillman, Jr., whose envelope (above) featured a wood engraving with a wash basin and pitcher.
(1) & (2) "Flames at the City's Heart." The Daily Picayune 16 April 1897, p. 1.
Images above: First: Jules A. Gauche, letter to D.E. Seghers, 14 May 1894, Guy Seghers Office Records, "District 6 Square 437"; Second: E. Gillman, Jr., envelope addressed to Mess. Jno. Gauche's Sons, 1 February 1894, Guy Seghers Office Records, "District 6 Square 437"; Third: Moresque Building, wood engraving, Miscellaneous Photographs Collection, "Camp Street"; Fourth: Moresque Building Column, photograph, Miscellaneous Photographs Collection, "Camp Street." All Southeastern Architectural Archive, Special Collections Division, Tulane University Libraries.