Tanya writes \"One of the reasons I\'m often homesick for New Orleans is that I miss the history and richness of the city. It seems around every corner there is a house or place desginated as an historical treasure of one kind or another. And the best thing about it is that most of these places have resonance for all of American culture and not just the local area. With the help of the ALA yet another piece of New Orleans is being recognized, the birthplace of Lillian Hellman. Today at 3pm the house will become the next in a growing number of National Literary Landmarks recognized in the U.S. Previous National Literary Landmarks in the city include the home of Tennesee Williams and the home of William Faulkner.