The current Biloxi City Hall was built as the U.S. Federal Building in 1905-08. The city acquired the building from the federal government in 1960 after the New Federal Building in Biloxi was completed. In my opinion it is the best edifice constructed of marble in the State, and also one of the State’s best existing and unaltered Neoclassical Revival style buildings.
Currently cross from Biloxi City Hall, one of our State’s most recognizable historic structures has been recreated in holiday lights.
The Biloxi Lighthouse was built by the federal government in 1848. The U.S. Coast Guard deeded the lighthouse to the City of Biloxi in 1968.
You can read more about these and may other historic structures in Mississippi at the MDAH Historic Resource Inventory Database. You can even view these two structures National Register Applications, which is pretty cool!