This view of the south side of the square, looking west, shows the rows of frame buildings which were later destroyed by fire. The city is shown as an important trade center, even in the early days. This photo is furnished courtesy of Miss Bonnie Crandall.
Harrison’s most famous flood is the one that happened in 1961; however, Harrison has had several – including one that happened 100 years ago this Wednesday.
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These are a few of the thousand hogs being driven to the MN&A Railroad siding to be shipped to the market from the Lon Graham Farm. They are shown on the south side of the Harrison square, looking east down Stephenson Avenue, which led to the rail shops and siding. Pig sooee!!
We regret to inform everyone that the Monday At The Museum scheduled for this Monday has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused anyone, and thank you for understanding. We also hope to see everyone next month.