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4:10pm 11-06-2019
William Hamilton
I have enjoyed so much your images of theaters in Saint Joseph through the years ...my next question is this... do you have any images of downtown Saint Joseph in the 1950s? I’ve searched everywhere and cannot find but a limited amount of images and would love to see even more! I remember marching in our high school band on Apple Blossom Festival day in May and have fun memories of Saint Joseph in those years ...any help or direction you can give to me in securing images of downtown Saint Joseph especially in the 1950s would be greatly appreciated ...thank you!
2:36pm 10-31-2019
Gary
Well done!
6:45pm 10-29-2019
Loren D. Larkin
Thank you for all your gathering of history.
Loren D Larkin class if 1972 Central
4:48pm 10-26-2019
Russ Vuich
I commend you on this marvelous website! My grandfather was one of 20 men from a small village in what was Austria-Hungary (now a part of northern Serbia) who traveled to St. Joseph in, I believe, in 1903 to work in the packing houses for one year. They saved what what they could and provided it to their village upon their return. My grandfather married and returned to St. Joseph with his bride in 1905. They moved to Omaha where they lived for 40 years, eventually moving to California. I wish I knew more, but your photos really help. Thanks again! Russ Vuich
2:42am 10-23-2019
steve sipes
there was a bar called the ponderosa next to new orleans on 6th street also my mom worked there is why i rememder it .love this sight i hate urban renewal city councils have ruined this city and still are
11:08am 10-16-2019
Susan Weber
Marie Elaina Lederer Yeager, 59, passed away peacefully in Bryan, Texas on April 2, 2015.

She graduated from St. Francis Xavier Grade School in 1970 and Central High School in 1974. She married Michael Pierce Yeager on March 26, 1983 in Brazos County, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Michael; father, Frederick John "Fred" Lederer; and sister, Mary Lederer.

Survivors include her son, Michael; mother, Marie Lederer, of St. Joseph; sisters, Susan Weber, Christine Marion, Belinda Leigh, Madeleine Heastan and Rose Rutherford; brother, Fred Lederer; and a multitude of cousins, nieces and nephews.
7:50pm 10-13-2019
Joseph Frogge Sr
Grew up in St. Joe went to Lafayette. Entered AF at age seventeen and never went back. Great memories though.
10:48pm 10-08-2019
Courtney Gosvener
Found out about Lake Contrary amusement park when researching the floods in March and just now decided to look up if there were any photos. I live about 1/4 mile from lake contrary and it fascinates me how it has changed and that it used to be so popular. Thank you for the site!!! GREAT and I LOVE history!
7:02pm 10-07-2019
Clarence Lee
Awesome site.
Thanks
12:44pm 09-26-2019
Susan
Central High School class of 1961 deceased classmates: Reggie Johnston's wife was Carol Jo Morgan Johnston.
1:49pm 09-16-2019
Janice Hughes
Love this. Thank you.
4:40pm 09-14-2019
ernie Williams
this is an awesome website
7:53pm 09-13-2019
Kim Plummer
Thanks for all the info and the hard work to get it out for us to see.
8:44am 09-12-2019
Theresa cross
Thank you for this web site it's very very interesting,. Love it thank you . I worked at Stetson hats you should put a story about that place. Thanks again
12:02pm 08-01-2019
William Gillespie
I love all of the info. It sure brings back memories. What a beautiful job you have done collecting all of this information. Keep up the good work.
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