The Bright-Lamkin-Easterling Home

The yellow home in the foreground of both pictures is known as the Bright-Lamkin-Easterling home, located at 918 Jackson Street. The other home was owned by Mayor Henry Bernstein. The Bright-Lamkin-Easterling home was built by railroad tycoon William Bright in 1890. He had sold his railroad (The H.C. & A.) to Jay Gould and invested … Continue reading The Bright-Lamkin-Easterling Home

Jackson Street at the Turn of the Century: Another View

On November 30 of last year, i posted a view of Jackson street taken probably between 1906 and 1910: .https://ouachitaparishhistory.com/2018/11/30/jackson-street-at-the-turn-of-the-century I found this second view, probably taken pre 1906 due to no trolley tracks in the street. Prominent in the foreground is St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church. You see that it doesn't have a steeple … Continue reading Jackson Street at the Turn of the Century: Another View