1922 Squeedunk – Views above Anna Grey Noe Park

Well, no. The title is a bit misleading. The pictures were probably taken from the top of the old Monroe City High School, which is where Anna Grey Noe park is now. You can see Grace Church, The Methodist Episcopal Church and St. Francis Hospital pictured. I haven't quite figured out what the bottom left … Continue reading 1922 Squeedunk – Views above Anna Grey Noe Park

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

Monroe’s Methodist Episcopal church

Here is another scrapbook page.  The Methodist Episcopal Church stood at the corner of Wood and Jackson Street.  There is a parking lot now where the church once stood.  You can see St. Matthews Catholic Church without it's steeple in the upper photo just down the road.  In the lower photo, Sanborn Fire maps state … Continue reading Monroe’s Methodist Episcopal church