Morrison and Eppinette, Historical Ouachita County, p. 50


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Businesses required horse-drawn locomotion for distributing goods. A Coca-Cola wagon served the citizens of Camden in the early 1900's.

Photograph Courtesy of J.W. Harrell, Jr.

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A horse-drawn road grader was used to maintain roads in the Frenchport community in April 1917.

Photograph Courtesy of Gertrude Moore.

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South Adams Street near the Missouri Pacific tracks is the location of this scene about 1917. The White truck and the road grader were used to maintain Ouachita County roads. Judge W.J. Martin is seated on the runnning board, and Judge Frank Tate is standing at the rear of the truck. The J.B. Hickey home is in the background, and the Rowland Cotton Warehouse is to the right of the house.

Photograph Courtesy of Ruth Tate

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Mike Berg, a prominent Camden citizen, was the owner of several beautiful automobiles. This 1930s photograph shows Mr. Berg posing with his Auburn automobile.

Photograph Courtesy of the Berg Family







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