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It’s been months since I discovered the McNeese Collection of vintage photos of Lake Charles, … Read more
I’ve been procrastinating for years writing this story down, mainly because I’ve written it already, … Read more
My grandmother grew up in Lake Charles, Louisiana, the last port town in southwest Louisiana … Read more
JOY!… The site’s arduous resurrection has finally happened. Wasting no time, I’m gonna dive right … Read more
top – Burlap sack fragment “Café do Brasil” . . . 1930s newspaper fragment and … Read more
Left – chenille bedspread, green & white piece of patchwork quilt both folded between two … Read more
… which ranks about a 9.7 on my “I’m-too-old-for-this-techy-mess”-o-meter. DIYFASP is phasing out its interaction … Read more
verandah column, ice box door, Eastlake Victorian millwork features – one of many sections of a sculpture using artifacts excavated from the post-Civil War homestead of a white Acadian sugar cane farmer and the ex-slave woman he raised 8 children with during and after the Civil War, then married on his deathbed in 1893.