(This article is copied from the microfilm ordered from the Iowa State Archives and is cited at the end of this post.)
Iowa State Archives / State Historical Society of Iowa
|Muriel "Lucille" King Barringer's street, located at Lake Road and Lucille Drive|
|Wooden sign for the same street in Lacombe, La.|
|Remembering Mandane A Pierce and Mandane L Knight|
|Lake Road, this road leads from the town of Lacombe, La. to the shore of Lake Pontchartrain. All along this raod is the land that once belonged to the Pierce and Barringer families. There are always people fishing all along this road... you can see there is a water way on each side of the road.|
|Corner of Lake Road and Barringer Road. |
The Barringer "Home Place" is just down this road on the left.
The old home no longer exists
and is no longer owned by the family.
|The "dead end" of Lake Road, |
It was a Summer day in the South
and you can see the Thunder Storms that were rolling in!
|This is the same place just to the right of the previous photo. These marshy areas were once full of wildlife that the "Barringer Boys" hunted and trapped on.|