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RUSTON (311 alt., 4,400 pop.), seat of Lincoln Parish, is a farming and dairying town in the pine hills of north-central Louisiana. … Ruston’s first business was established in the form of an eating-house operated by a Dutchman named Joe Schwab, “who possessed a mockingbird that whistled popular tunes and a wife with a generous disposition but a quick temper.”
—Louisiana, A Guide To the State (WPA, 1941)
These days, Ruston’s a bit bigger with a population of around 21,500 residents. Louisiana native Bailey Craighead sends word of some off-the-beaten path treasures from her town in the northern part of the state:
The first picture is my favorite little school house that is 100+ years old that I pass everyday going to work at my dad’s store. I love finding little gems like this along the back roads of this great state.
The second picture is my favorite new thing in my hometown because I was one of the 13 people who built it. It was so invigorating to learn how to work the metal and concrete in a way that it would create something intricate, detailed and just all around bad ass. This is an entry pavilion to a park and is a wonderful place to read and gather.
What you’re seeing in that second photo is the entry pavilion to Huckleberry Trails, the city of Ruston’s newest park. The pavilion and sign were “conceived, fabricated and assembled” by students at Louisiana Tech’s School of Architecture.
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Bailey Craighead is a Louisiana native. Follow her on Tumblr at i-followed-fire.tumblr.com.