This house on the southwest corner of 22nd and Canal Streets was built by Dr. E. S. O’Brien around 1898. The two palms that he planted shortly after are still standing today. Judge Claud McCray lived in this 2-story house from the 1930s to his death in 1954. (Neil Morse Collection)
This house on the southwest corner of 22nd and Canal Streets was built by Dr. E. S. O’Brien around 1898. The two palms that he planted shortly after are still standing today. Judge Claud McCray lived in this 2-story house from the 1930s to his death in 1954. (Neil Morse Collection)
This house on the southwest corner of 22nd and Canal Streets was built by Dr. E. S. O’Brien around 1898. The two palms that he planted shortly after are still standing today. Judge Claud McCray lived in this 2-story house from the 1930s to his death in 1954. (Neil Morse Collection)

Trees Mark the Portal to the Past

November 04, 2017 03:29 AM

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