Visitors Guide to
The Murals of Louisiana

Selected Locations
Pike County, Missouri

Georgia Street in the 1940's
by Reed Stoeckley

Cultural Exhibit


Due to a change in shopping habits, Louisiana has seen a transformation in the last thirty years similar to other small cities around the country. In order to revitalize the business districts these towns now promote attractions to encourage visitors. In 2000 the Louisiana Mural Organization was formed with the purpose of improving the visual aesthetics of this historic river town as well as supporting the new specialty businesses, the fine restaurants, and bed and breakfasts. To date 23 murals are proudly displayed and Louisiana has been named “Route 79 Mural city” by Mayoral proclamation and is awaiting a similar proclamation from the Missouri House and Senate.

Murals in the downtown Louisiana area
The Delta Queen Approaching
the Highway 54 Bridge

by John Stoeckley
Georgia Street & 5th Street
The McDannold Livery Stable
by Alex Stelios-Wills
N. Carolina Street & 3rd Street
Springtime in Louisiana
by Tonya Penrod
S. Carolina Street & 3rd Street
George W. Trimble
by Ippy Greer
S. Carolina Street & Main Street
Buffalo Fort
by Harold Shuler
100 S. 3rd Street
The Railroads of Louisiana
by Holly Dehner
300 S. Main Street
Cornish Ford
by John Moran
200 N. Carolina Street
Five Historic Homes
by the LHS Art Class
705 Georgia Street
Georgia Street in the 1940's
by Reed Stoeckley
607 Georgia Street
John B. Henderson
by Barbara Ehinger
101 S. 3rd Street
Vintage LaCrosse Lumber
by Barbara Bliss
123 N. Main Street
Winter in Henderson Park
by Cindy Logan
301 Georgia Street
Old Glory
by Tonya Penrod Sheppard
S. Carolina Street & 3rd Street
Historic Churches
Tennessee Street & 6th Street
by Cindy Logan
The Boat Club
Tennessee Street & the river
Lindbergh in Ashburn
600 S. Main Street
Vintage Louisiana Fire Engine
Georgia Street & 6th Street
Buffum Tools
320 Tennessee Street
Zebulon Pike
Georgia Street & 5th Street
Murals west of the downtown Louisiana area
generally follow Georgia Street from the river
Honoring All Veterans
by Harold Shuler
420 Kelly Lane
Stark Brothers Nursery
by John Stoeckley
West end of Georgia Street
Pike County Wildlife
3508 Georgia Street
Plank and Toll Road
400 Kelly Lane

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