I went back to Louisiana for Thanksgiving and snapped a few photos of the Brown House. I guess it probably was painted brown at some point, but that was a long, long time ago.
This is the back of the Brown House. The house is mostly used for storage now, a sort of family dumping ground for old furniture and back issues of National Geographic.
Light at the front of the house and some remnants of brown paint.
The electric meter. I'm not sure when this was last connected to power.
The front of the house, home to spiders galore.
Rhonda S. Fair
I am a cultural anthropologist, currently employed
as the Tribal Liaison for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. This
position gives me the opportunity to apply my ethnographic training, as well as
do archaeological fieldwork. I am also on the faculty of the University of
Oklahoma's College of Liberal Studies.