The building, serving as a bank and later as Finley-Morris Grocery, is shown following the 1908 tornado in Linden. This photo is from Charline Morris’ collection.
With its top partially blown off, Cass County Courthouse is pictured following the 1908 tornado, which demolished most of downtown Linden. The building, at right, which survived because it was masonry, was the bank at the time, later to be Finley-Morris Grocery and today Conn Auto. This photo is fro...
This postcard photo is of the north side of the square, which was rebuilt after the tornado of 1908. The Finley-Morris store is second from right, and the Masonic Hall and post office are far right. This photo is from Charline Morris’ collection.
Turn off U.S. Highway 59 and drive up the incline to Linden, the Cass County seat.
Pause for a moment on the square and try to imagine the past.
If you need some visual help, the 1910 postcard of Linden’s downtown will do.
Linden was set on ...