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Pictures from The Past in Grand Junction
BASEBALL TEAM-- 1915
Main Strength - Hitting and Excellent Pitching of
Standing - ED GIBBS, MASON BASS, JIM GRANT, C.M.HUNT (mgr), BRUCE TIPLER, LLOYD
STROUP, J.E.(TED) GEE.
Seated - KINDRICK (brother-in-law to ED GIBBS), Wm. PHILLIPS, LAWRENCE STROUP,
WILLIE B. McCARLEY, CLARENCE STROUP, IKE EWING, LLOYD & CLARENCE were
brothers & were cousins to LAWRENCE STROUP.
Some of the original buildings along Tippah still being used today.
I found these two vintage 1959 photos that my father, Allen Cogbill, must have taken. They show the
1959 Fourth of July Picnic grounds directly across the street from the Gin on Hwy 57. This was the
of July picnic ground for local black families. I remember seeing the picnics each year
when I was very young. Thought that you and the folks in Grand Jct. might like to see these.
Perhaps someone more knowledgeable about these annual events can fill in more (Lucy Cogbill)
2 Pictures from 2014 Christmas Parade
The Old Grand Junction Depot, and the
Grand Junction Hotel Built around 1859
The depot served as a hotel, depot and saloon. Grand
Junction was a major hub for the Memphis-Charleston,
the Mississippi Central South, and the Tennessee
Central. The line coming out of Mississippi was narrow
gauge track while the lines running North were regular
gauge. This made it necessary to remove the narrow
gauge wheels and replace with regular gauge wheels to
continue on. While this was being done, passengers
dined, drank and rested in the Depot.
The building was torn down around 1925 and the
present building was erected.
2015 Christmas Tree
Grand Junction TN
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