Amanuensis Monday – Pictures from Amanda Woolman

"The Oaks"  Woolman home in Lake Charles, LA

“The Oaks” Woolman home in Lake Charles, LA

Lake Charles LA Dec 18-1936

This is “The Oaks”  The home of  G.B. Woolman & family 430 Hodges St. Lake Charels LA.  This was taken the middle of November this year.  Room.13 Bedrooms.3 Halls 3 Baths.  Living Room Dining room

back of house picture

back of house picture

Kitchen.  Gallerys an East-south.  The small House was G.B.s store.  Garages for 5 cars back of store.  The tall plants and poinsettias by my Bedroom windows.  Uncle Sam’s MailBox on the corner.  Our sighn is fastened to the tree.  “The Oaks” and do I Love these big trees?  so cool and nice in the summer.  Ferns around the tree at the corner also on each side of the walk from the south steps & the sidewalk.  They stay there all winter.

Amanda to C.E.& Vine

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This is our Fence north of our House on our property.  We didn’t like the Looks of our neighbors Place.  A little of the fence shows in the picture of the House.  The fence is 6 feet high and clear to the side walk where the tall evergreen IMAG0213is .  That is the north east corner of the lot.  80 feet front by 180 length.  7 big trees.  and 1 pecan tree in front of the little cottage as you can see in the other picture. I had these pictures taken this way so I could have a good one of the pretty fence.  I had it built last April and I still Love to look at it.  Had beautiful wines on.  Come down and see what a lovely town we have here.  From Amanda to Charly & Vine

 

 

 

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Rosanna is a devoted wife of 20 years and mother of four children, two of which are homeschool graduates. She currently homeschools her 8-year-old son and her youngest son is a toddler. Rosanna is a homeschool graduate and a graduate of Oral Roberts University: She grew up in Tulsa and has been homeschooling here for the past eight years. Her mission at Tulsa Homeschool Happenings is to provide a “one-stop” local community hub online that will help homeschooling families in our area fulfill their individual missions while connecting with the greater homeschooling community.
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