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    • Mr. Rosteet's second home

    • Dwellings; Churches; Architectural & site components; Rosteet, Miguel--Homes and haunts; First Baptist Church (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Automobiles
    • Mr. Miguel Rosteet's second home that was moved to Hodges St. and became a Sunday School House as a part of the First Baptist Church.
    • Miguel Rosteet's Store

    • Clothing & dress; Stores & shops; Horses; Men; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial Works; LeBleu, Joseph--Portraits; Rosteet, Joseph W.--Portraits; Albertson, William--Portraits; Rosteet, Miguel--Portraits; Rothkamn, Fred--Portraits;...
    • Miguel Rosteet's Store, known as the "Red Store," on the east side of Ryan St. near the corner of Pujo St. Group in front of store include: 1) Joe LeBleu, 2) Joseph W. Rosteet (Bebe), 3) William Albertson, 4) Miguel Rosteet, 5) Fred Rothkamn, and...
    • The Miguel Rosteet home, corner of Pujo and Bilbo Streets

    • Rosteet, Miguel--Homes and haunts; Rosteet family; Majestic Hotel (Lake Charles, La.); Mills family; Snow; Architectural & site components; First Baptist Church (Lake Charles, La.); Horses
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "This house was moved to Hodges street when the site on which it was built was purchased for the erection of the Majestic Hotel. It became a rooming house, then was sold to the First Baptist Church and used for a Sunday...
    • The grand fire parade of July 4th, 1889

    • Parades & processions; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Automobiles; Crowds; Streets
    • The grand fire parade of July 4th, 1889. The building to the right is Croom's Bakery and next to it is Sol Bloom's store. in back of that store is the old engine house and Knights of Pythias Hall. The building with a flag is Dr. Knapp's drug...
    • Miguel Rosteet home

    • Houses; Architectural & site components--Louisiana--Lake Charles; Rosteet, Miguel--Homes and haunts;
    • Copy print of a photograph of a group gathered on the porch of Miguel Rosteet's home. The house was first located on the corner of Pujo and Bilbo (where the Majestic Hotel once stood) and was later moved to Hodges street.
    • The First Howard House

    • Dwellings; Pujo Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Fire stations; Rosteet, Miguel--Homes and haunts; Howard House (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works
    • A view of Pujo Street near Bilbo Street. The buildings numbered are: 1. The first Howard house, 2. the residence of Mrs. J. D. Leveque, 3. the old fire station, 4. Miguel Rosteet's home, and 5. building where Mrs. John McCormick kept boarders.
    • Mrs. Rosteet and Lorena Walker

    • Dwellings; Architectural & site components--Louisiana--Lake Charles; Sallier, Charles--Homes and haunts;
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Mrs. Rosteet and Lorena Walker - 1942 - Mr. Rosteet's mother was a foster child of the Salliers who had no children of their own. At their death, Rosteet inherited the home. Mrs. Rosteet tells me that Grandfather Reid...

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