Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Pineville Cemetery Postcards from Early 1900's

Exterior view of the National Cemetery in Pineville,La.
At one point in time Alexandria had no cemeteries within the city limits.
Most people were buried in Pineville, across the river.
This is a panorama postcard from around 1910-20.
It is twice the size of a normal postcard.
This is an interior view of the cemetery from the same time period.
Cannons that  once stood at the entrance to the National Cemetery.
Probably form the Civil War. The cannons are no longer there.
Postcard from around 1910.
View of the graves at the National Cemetery.
Circa 1920's.
Greenwood Memorial Park. Pineville, La.
Still in operation today. Card from about 1925.