In this early 20th-century postcard, the pictured area of Waveland is likely misidentified as being in Bay St. Louis. Such misinformation was not uncommon in Waveland’s early days, as it was once considered part of The Bay until Waveland received its own municipal charter in 1888.
In this early 20th-century postcard, the pictured area of Waveland is likely misidentified as being in Bay St. Louis. Such misinformation was not uncommon in Waveland’s early days, as it was once considered part of The Bay until Waveland received its own municipal charter in 1888. The Paul Jermyn Collection
In this early 20th-century postcard, the pictured area of Waveland is likely misidentified as being in Bay St. Louis. Such misinformation was not uncommon in Waveland’s early days, as it was once considered part of The Bay until Waveland received its own municipal charter in 1888. The Paul Jermyn Collection

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