See my earlier posts on the intersection of Jefferson and Hebert.
Why do you always forget us? Why do you forsake us so long? Lamentations 5:20
“How deserted lies the city, once so full of people!” Lamentations 1:1
I wish someone with vision and a lot of capital could find a use for the old Falstaff plant; it has a great location, history, a cave(!) and beautiful architecture. It needs to be renovated now, not later.
Based off the campus of the University of Virginia, the grounds of Truman State University still look good after all of these years being gone. But what’s with the parking lots?
I’ve always been intrigued by the explosion of lakes created by dams in the 1950s and 60s. Created out of valleys to provide “recreation” and a stable water supply, they often are long and snaking affairs. This one is Forest… Continue Reading
The courthouse once had a tower, like most of the courthouses in Northeast Missouri, but it was taken down because of structural issues. The towns up this way are not nearly as wealthy as they used to be, and fixing… Continue Reading
Novinger is a small, former coal mining town west of Kirksville on the Chariton River.
The county seat of Scotland County, Memphis, sits high on elevated ground looking out over the farmland of northeastern Missouri. It is a pretty town, with a dramatic setting. It has at least one National Register property, Downing House, which… Continue Reading
I have always been impressed by the architecture of the “double square” in Edina, lined with some of the best ornamentation and form in Missouri. Ironically, I have photographs from 2012 that I may post in the future, but here… Continue Reading