General Photos of Beauregard Parish

We are in need of photos with descriptive information. If you wish to contribute, please submit them to me.

Bakery & Confectionery 1937 DeRidder
Gen. Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard namesake of this parish
Beauregard Parish Jail early 1900's
Huldah Cole Bilbo Submitted by Linda Bowden
Bon Ami Mill Site submitted by Dan Shirley, Jr
Brotherhood of Timber Workers The Hon. John Henry Kirby addressing the Brotherhood of Timber Workers on Aug. 1, 1911, at DeRidder, LA; shows hundreds of people gathered for the event in front of the Bessie Lee Hotel.
Buhler Family Album submitted by Barry Hutton
Burge or Slaydon? We need help on some identification issues. Submitted by Vera
Henderson & Andy Burge, and Seab Rogers L-R: Henderson & Andy Burge, and Seab Rogers ca 1895 near Singer.  - submitted by Tony Burge
Cooper Church Community Bldg Jan & Joan Cooper in descendants of Isaac Cooper, near Cooper Cemetery - Joan Cooper
Aerial view of DeRidder 1950's
Courthouse at DeRidder 1937
downtown DeRidder


DeRidder Fire Dept Christmas Party 1950's submitted by Jimmy Cooley
DeRidder Fire Dept ca 1940 Jimmy Cooley
DeRidder FD Reunion 1962 Jimmy Cooley
DeRidder's First Hotel no date
316 N Pine St DeRidder home of Barry Hutton's grandmother for many years.
DeRidder Post Office 1941
DeRidder Volunteer Fire Dept 1924 submitted by Jimmy Cooley
Washington Ave in DeRidder 1930  
Fish Family Submitted by Angelo Fish
Jeff & Inez Singletary Ford Submitted by Linda Bowden
Christia Pearl Lindsey Garner (Information submitted by James Garner)
Honea Family Album Submitted by Cindy Prince
Samuel & Dorothy Buhler Hutton submitted by Barry Hutton
James Albert Johnson collection These pictures are from the a collection of historical photos of Beauregard Parish - submitted by BevAnnie
Lueana Jones Jury Submitted by Nicole Atchison
Burkitt Lindsey& Harriet Williams Lindsey Submitted by Linda Bowden
Asbury M Lindsey & Ellen L Bilbo Lindsey Submitted by Linda Bowden
Mrs Mary Jane Bailey Lindsay Senior Citizen - 96 years young. Submitted by Linda Bowden
John McNeese Lindsey & Georgia Lindsey Submitted by Gayle Garner
Robert Manning Lindsey submitted by Gayle Garner
William Burkitt Lindsey submitted by Linda Bowden
Loggers and Timberworkers assorted pics from early 1900's
Mason Lodge DeRidder Joan Cooper
Merryville downtown 1920's (?) - Joan Cooper
Dave McCullough (son of Zimmerman & Nancy) prize fighter in SW Louisiana.  This picture from his last fight in 1930 - submitted by Bill McCullough
Dave McCullough taken in DeRidder-Age 17.  He raced horses around town for money.  1914 - submitted by Bill McCullough
George McCullough Pictures Bill McCullough Grandson of George W & Carrie Ann Hallett McCullough
McCullough Grocery & Market guys taken Nov 1950 in DeRidder - submitted by Bill McCullough, courtesy of George & Lillian Hitt McCullough
L-R: A Piece, Jack Noland, Bobby Noland, Robert McCullough Sr, George McCullough, Jr, Ray Welborn
Zimmerman & Nancy Davis McCullough Great grandparents of Bill McCullough..........parents of George McCullough, Sr Taken pre- WWI - Bill McCullough
Susan Bilbo McNeese wife of John McNeese
Barney & Ruth Austin Moses Family Album Michele Derrough Smith
Potato Curing Plant Merryville, J A Lawless, Contractor.  Does anyone know who these men are? submitted by Charles Hodges
Mr & Mrs Santa Claus "Pollacia" Phil Pollacia
Pollacia's Goodyear Shoe Hospital Phil Pollacia
Mayor F Mitch Roberts with fire trucks 1962 - Jimmy Cooley
Dan & Ras Shirley in DeRidder submitted by Dan Shirley, Jr - Note Train Station to the left.
Marion, Dan, Tine, Erastus (Ras) Shirley at Bon Ami Dan Shirley, Jr
Singer Depot ca 1920 submitted by Tony Burge
Aubrey Singletary Submitted by Linda Bowden
W Lee Taylor Family Allen Taylor
Union workers in jail after Grabow Riot - Submitted by Angelo Fish
Unknown Children Submitted by Ron Thompson
H.R. Weaver singer of "Ox-driving song" at his home, Merryville, La  ca. 1940
This looks to be a funeral (possibly at Lindsey Cemetery) Markings of J W Miller, Monroe Lindsey, and W F Lindsey ca 1912.  submitted by Linda Bowden
UPDATE:  This is the setting of the WOW marker on Elizabeth Bell's grave at Lindsey Cemetery.