As all of you no doubt know, Tuesday begins the second year of Preservation in Mississippi, The Blog. I always like to start a new year with a fresh look, so instead of getting plastic surgery, I’ve done a little re-design, complete with a new header, the Durant School in Holmes County, built in 1941-42, and designed by N.W. Overstreet & Associates a couple of years after A. H. Town left Jackson to return to his native Louisiana. And within seconds of this new theme going up, new commenter Belinda chimed in that her grandfather Tom Gore helped build this school–very cool, and Belinda may be the new favorite for hanging around the MissPres universe into the wee hours of the morning waiting to contribute new information.
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Categories: Historic Preservation