All of the postcards on these 5 pages, as well as the commentary, are courtesy of the Abita Mystery House website located at         www.abitamysteryhouse.com/hwy90home
Many thanks to John Preble for permission to reproduce these blasts from the past.
Class of  '65
Postcards From The Past
All of the postcards on these 5 pages, as well as the commentary, are courtesy of the Abita Mystery House website located at         www.abitamysteryhouse.com/hwy90home
Many thanks to John Preble for permission to reproduce these blasts from the past.
A postcard of the Sun n' Sand Hotel Court.  The caption on the card states "Showing the picturesque overpass spanning US Highway 90.  Located between Gulfport and Biloxi."
Another view of the Sun n' Sand overpass.
The caption on this card reads: "The New Highway 90 Bridge between Bay St. Louis and Pass Christian on the Mississippi Gulf Coast."  This area of Mississippi now has a lot of gambling casinos and is frequented by New Orleanians.
Notice the neon fish jumping on the bottom of the sign.  Paradise Point Restaurant, Highway 90, 3 miles East of Gulfport, Mississippi.  This place advertised Creole Cuisine and was established in 1901 by Joe and Marguerite Astorias.
Three views of Angelo's  Place in Gulfport, Mississippi where (according to the back of one postcard) "Angelo Xidis delights in preparing all of the food himself."
A newer Angelo's Restaurant, 3206 W. Beach, Highway 90, Gulfport, Mississippi.
Watkin's Restaurant was 5 miles West of Bay St. Louis on Highway 90.
Old Spanish Trail, US 90 in Mississippi.
Webster and Kinberger House of Seafood on West Pier South of Highway 90 and 30th Avenue, Gulfport, Mississippi.
Colonial Cottages in the Gulfport/Biloxi area.
Six Gun Junction Ghost Town on US Highway 90.
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