A Description of a Monroe Wedding in 1888

This is just beautifully described! The descendants of the wedding party still live in Monroe and are members of Temple B'Nai today! The American Israelite (Cincinnati, OH) April 27, 1888, Page P3 MONROE, LA. It is seldom in the history of Monroe that events affecting the interest of Israelitish circles are of sufficient importance to … Continue reading A Description of a Monroe Wedding in 1888

Food and Fashions of 1936

https://www.louisianadigitallibrary.org/islandora/object/oplib-orv%3A109 This little booklet was published by the Paramont Theater back in 1936. It was published by theaters all over the country, and included photos of the biggest silver screen stars of the day, along with various recipes. What is particularly interesting are the ads on the front and back covers for local businesses!

The Greek-American Confectionery Company – 1911

The Monroe News-Star, December 16, 1911. GREEK-AMERICAN CONFECTIONERY. One of the well known, old established, and well patronized confectionery establishments in the city is the Greek-American Confectionery which is located at 236 DeSiard street. This is one of the best places in the city to come for home-made candies, etc. A full line of chocolates … Continue reading The Greek-American Confectionery Company – 1911