Month: May 2015

MissPres News Roundup 5-18-2015

Let’s take a look at what’s going on in Mississippi’s preservation world this mid-May as the magnolias blossom, the humidity begins to drip, and the cicadas fill the air with their love-sick hum. In Tupelo, the Daily Journal reports that the National… Read More ›

MDAH Awards CLG Grants 2015

Per MDAH’s website: Nearly $75K in Preservation Grants Awarded The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has awarded grants totaling more than $74,000 to sixteen preservation projects in Certified Local Government communities across the state. The 2015 CLG grants are… Read More ›

Magnolia Craftsman

Pike County’s seat of government has a number of interesting 19th-century buildings, and, as Suzassippi has shared here, a 1930s post office with not one but three murals. There’s enough to catch the eye that maybe these two Craftsman bungalows,… Read More ›