While not absolutely certain, the above photograph may show the current location (if not the current structure) of where the St. Tammany Art Association is located on Columbia Street at the alleyway.
At one time, the art association building was the location of the C. Nichols Toy Store, it is believed.
The two story building in the background is the current location of the art association.
A few years later...
And a few years later in 1975
In making the move to the new location, the art association really accomplished a great deal by renovating the structure for art galleries and art classes and the covered porch with a balcony on the second story. In this picture you can see the vacant lot between the washateria and the old H. J. Smith Sons General Merchandise Building (now the museum) prior to the building of the new H. J. Smith Sons store next to the alleyway.
In 2005 the News Banner spotlighted the work of Dottie Severson, an "unsung hero" who helped make the re-location of the Art Association a realilty.
Here's a short history of the St. Tammany Art Association written in 1988.
Here's another thumbnail sketch of the group's history from 1976