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!
The two were married in Alexandria, Louisiana at the First United Methodist Church which was decorated with a profusion of daisies that she had grown herself in preparation for the special day. Thu, Jun 26, 1913 – Page 5 · The Town Talk (Alexandria, Louisiana) · Newspapers.com The ... Continue Reading » about 2736 George’s Lane
2301 Albert Street is a home with a quiet history. It is a 1,898 square foot home with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The home has a beautiful living room that sports nine windows spanning the walls to let in incredible amounts of natural light. It also has a galley kitchen, and a very large ... Continue Reading » about 2301 Albert Street
108 Heyman Lane in Alexandria is an iconic example of a mid-century modern home. With its broken mosaic tile patio flooring, parquet wood floors, and pastel pink and blue bathrooms, this home perfectly represents the style of the 1960s. Featuring three bedrooms and two full bathrooms, this 1967 ... Continue Reading » about 108 Heyman Lane – An Iconic Midcentury Ranch Home
The Nona Mills Lumber Company When the Kansas City Southern Railroad reached Leesville in 1897, it brought a tremendous boom to the area. Lumber barons around the country saw the opportunity and began buying acres of land covered with prime virgin pine. The Nona Mills Lumber Company, ... Continue Reading » about The Oak Hill House, 300 S. 8th St, Leesville
In 1904, The Town Talk newspaper described the new addition called the Kilpatrick Addition. This addition was designed by Charles M. Kilpatrick the Rapides Parish Sheriff at the time. In 1919, a petition was brought to pave Blythe Avenue between Polk and Turner Streets with ... Continue Reading » about The French Family at 1220 Blythe Avenue