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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.
6:28pm 03-20-2017
Os there a way to make an overlay of then and now?
12:39am 03-19-2017
Some friends and I were cruising down memory lane recently, and one of them mentioned a store named "Putters". I remember hearing the name but none of us could recall where it was located or what they sold. Do you have any info on this?
9:24pm 03-12-2017
Pat Gill Nelson
This is amazing..Brought back so many memories.
9:22pm 03-12-2017
Pat Gill Nelson
This is amazing..Brought back so many memories. I worked at the Hotel Rubidoux in the late 50s, my wedding reception was held there. I remember Les Leighti and Jack Miller and the whole crowd.
10:26pm 03-09-2017
It is very sad that the city has not done more to save and keep up the old buildings in this historic town. St Joe was the true gateway to the west and should reflect that.
11:07pm 03-03-2017
Sad but some good memories from the past.
7:48pm 03-02-2017
Really enjoyed looking over all the manufacturing plants St Joseph had in the past. Our town was really flourishing with such production and growth! Looking back on how it was, makes me sad on what it is now.☹️
5:28pm 02-14-2017
J Wombwell
I really love this page! It has helped me with some research! Thank you fir your work!
6:08pm 02-08-2017
This is so nice to see the things the amusement park had. There are a lot of memories brought back as I reflected on this. Wish my kids could've had this experience.
6:05pm 02-08-2017
I remember my 8th grade field trip to the amusement park, and this brought back a lot of fond memories.
4:38pm 02-08-2017
Thanks for all you've done here. I lived in St Joe for the first 20 years of my life.Went to Pershing,Robidoux Middle,Lafayette (81)and Mo Western before enlisting in the Navy (83) and been gone ever since. I grew up on n end on county line rd. C&NW bordered my parents chilh hood home. I was sad to see the tracks go in '84. I love trains and St Joe in its day was a good small rr town with plenty of industries there. Once the railroad left the jobs went with it. Today St Joe is a mere shadow of itself in comparison to 50s,60,s and up to early 80s.Belt HWY really grew but no real stable jobs just a bunch of retailers and restaurants.
9:21pm 02-05-2017
Dan Hanway
You have a great collection of pictures and info on old St. Joe !
10:51am 02-04-2017
Thank you .I found out 60 years after my Grandad's death that he travelled to St. Joseph to W.T.Letts , who I have discovered was his first wife's uncle , in 1907 from England. As my Grandad was a master carpenter it appears he went there to work . Interesting to see anything connected with W.T.Letts and St.Joseph as I knew nothing about his adventure .
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