The lagoon behind Beauvoir House at Beauvoir in Biloxi has long been appreciated for its beauty and wildlife. At one point, azaleas were planted along the banks of the Oyster Bayou, which before the seawall was home to oyster beds. This Deep South Specialties postcard is circa 1960s.
The lagoon behind Beauvoir House at Beauvoir in Biloxi has long been appreciated for its beauty and wildlife. At one point, azaleas were planted along the banks of the Oyster Bayou, which before the seawall was home to oyster beds. This Deep South Specialties postcard is circa 1960s. Southern Possum Tales Collection
The lagoon behind Beauvoir House at Beauvoir in Biloxi has long been appreciated for its beauty and wildlife. At one point, azaleas were planted along the banks of the Oyster Bayou, which before the seawall was home to oyster beds. This Deep South Specialties postcard is circa 1960s. Southern Possum Tales Collection

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