Transcribed from the Alexandria Daily Town Talk, originally published in Alexandria, Louisiana on Saturday, May 28th, 1921. Please excuse any errors, some parts of the article were not legible and I simply placed an ellipsis where the unknown words were. Page 1, Alexandria Daily Town ... Continue Reading » about Magnificent New Home of Guaranty Bank Opens in 1919
Thomas Frith Hunter & Family, 1930-1945 Thomas Frith Hunter (1884-1945) was the son of Judge Edwin G. Hunter and Lucy Texada Hunter. His father was a local attorney of distinction who served as district attorney and later as judge. His mother Lucy was the daughter of Lewis Texada, ... Continue Reading » about “Law, Medicine, & Poetry” at 831 City Park Blvd, Alexandria, LA 71301
In 1918, the building appears with Leonard's Pharmacy owned by Charles C. Leonard in part of the building and the French Cafe owned by John Lacombe in the other suite. Thu, Feb 21, 1918 – Page 5 · The Town Talk (Alexandria, Louisiana) · Newspapers.com April 11, 1918 Grapico Bottling ... Continue Reading » about “Pharmacies, Hotels, and Cafes” at 1801 Third Street, Alexandria, LA 71301
Park Place Drive is a lovely circular loop nestled in the corner of Texas Avenue and Masonic Drive. This development called the Park Place Addition came on to the residential housing scene in 1938 and was advertised as the only exclusive residential addition in the city of Alexandria. The area was ... Continue Reading » about 111 Park Place- The Ball Family
Charming garden district home with tons of original features and in tip-top condition. The living room is very large and features a wood burning fireplace with a gas starter. Pass through antique reclaimed wood doors from a historic church to enter the dining room. The kitchen features all new ... Continue Reading » about 2601 Elliott- The Fardeecey Family, Living the American Dream
Moving to Louisiana? You and I need to talk! They say the seasons of the year are even different in Louisiana. Most people have Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. We have Carnival, Snoball, Football, and Crawfish Seasons. I moved here from Texas in 2000 and suffered severe culture ... Continue Reading » about Learning to Love Louisiana Life!