We get the real sense you’re dedicated to community in Lafe. Named for an early settler who had a photography studio and store in the late 1800s, your northern Greene County town is known for its commitment to those who call Lafe home.
Like similar communities on the Grand Prairie, Lafe was founded by German-American settlers but it took three tries before a permanent name would stick. You started as Newberry, the town’s train stop, then Loulyma (after the postmaster’s children) and landed on Lafe, the nickname of the 1901 postmaster’s brother, Lafayette Mueller.
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