It appears that the surviving L.E. Jung & Wulff Absinthe bottle dates later than previously thought, (1930s) but is still an incredibly rare surviving artifact of absinthe in New Orleans. (Perhaps far more rare than Pre-Ban)
After some extensive digging, I've been able to pull together some fascinating information on L.E. Jung, and L. E. Jung & Wulff.
Here is a nice variation on the traditional Herbsaint Frappé, presenting the December1933 Legendre Absinthe Frappé. Appearing on an early promotional poster announcing Legendre Absinthe, December 1933, during the short few months, until the FACA required Legendre & Co. to remove the word absinthe from the label.
1933 Legendre Absinthe Frappé.
Fill large glass with shaved ice One Teaspoon Benedictine Two Tablespoons Legendre Absinthe (Use 2009 Herbsaint Original) Four Tablespoons of water
Cover Glass with a shaker and shake until frosted-strain into small glass and serve.