Alligator is one of those little communities with not a lot remaining. There are fewer than 200 people now. I imagine what this “main street” looked like at one time, when there were businesses in these stores. Perhaps a grocery store? Dry goods?
The Memphis Tennessee Ironworks made these building columns–twins to the ones on the Bank of Mound Bayou. Wednesday, nothing much appeared to be happening other than a few men at the local auto repair, working on some cars.
Frankly, I could hear some loud music, and I think there may have been “cussing” involved in the auto repair. There was at least some loud talking going on. I thought it best not to loiter.