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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
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 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 1934, City Park Boulevard only had 3 homes listed and by 1940 it was almost fully developed to what we see today. The area along the bayou has long been know as one of the places to find the most beautiful homes in the Garden District. Dorothy Hylton Sims owner ... Continue Reading » about 823 City Park Boulevard, Alexandria, Louisiana
In 1919, Gehr Construction Company announced the construction of Fifty Nifty Bungalows "on Bolton Avenue, Polk Street, and other beautiful residential streets." These bungalows were advertised to maximize room space because they are all built with closets to accommodate Murphy-In-A-Dor ... Continue Reading » about Fifty Nifty Bungalows with Murphy-In-A-Dor Beds, 1901 Polk Street