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10:13pm 06-20-2017
Mary Garrison
Really enjoyed this website. I've lived here all my life (68) yrs. Enjoyed going back in time. Thank you!
3:41pm 06-19-2017
Miss so many of the wonderful restaurants that have closed.
Benny Magoons, Tick Tock, Murphy's, Edgewood. Then the bakeries: Bee Wayne's and Bradley's donuts.
2:33pm 06-18-2017
ST. Joseph has a lot of history buried by liberals.
2:20pm 06-18-2017
where's the history on fire station 7#????????
5:09pm 05-27-2017
TIM AND TOM WARREN
WE LIVED AT 2008 OLIVE STREET UNTIL 1963. GOOSETOWN FOREVER!
5:06am 05-22-2017
Very Interesting .Thank you for preserving this information .
I was born in St. Joe & raised in the Atchison. I remember a lot from the 1950`s and time changes everything but its always good to look back to the past.
9:15pm 05-12-2017
Thanks for the site and all of the work associated with it. We are planning a Central High School reunion and the listing of diseased classmates was helpful- sad but helpful. What a tribute to our town.
1:44pm 05-02-2017
St. Joe was my home until after high school. I lived near the old Frog Hop Ballroom and went to Central High. Sad, that downtown is nothing like it was. We could ride the bus to downtown, shop and see a movie and eat at Maid Rite! I worked at the Belt Drive-In Theater after school for two years. This is a great website. Thanks.
3:07pm 04-28-2017
St. Joe was my home town from 1933 until I entered military service in 1942. Lake Contry was then in great condition and we enjoyed the Sunday evening dances.
1:47pm 04-25-2017
Great site. I enjoy seeing all the old pictures and places. Really Really Cool!
2:53pm 04-23-2017
VERY cool site. Thank you for all this work. I really enjoyed the photos with descriptions!
11:56pm 04-02-2017
Great job!! What a walk through St. Joe's history. Thank you!
12:20pm 04-02-2017
This is so amazing. Thank You..Also I worked the front desk
at the same time you worked the Robidoux Hotel. I loved it.
11:54pm 03-31-2017
shelly thompson
love the look back in time .wish we had something like this to wake up this sleepy town now.
12:02pm 03-24-2017
Hey Rodney, Croteau & Smith Tavern or Saloon was located at 328 Edmond
Street in 1901-1912. Croteau is a french first name I think you pronounce it as Crow-tow, don't bank on that.
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