Month: November 2015

MissPres News Roundup 11-30-2015

How about a quick News Roundup to ease ourselves back into work and life after what I hope was a (take your pick) quiet/relaxing/exciting/adventuresome/food-filled/family-packed Thanksgiving break in which you slept/worked in the yard/cooked/read/ate/watched football/avoided people/shopped on Black Friday/watched football (did… Read More ›

A New Capitol Thanksgiving

Mississippi’s beloved New Capitol moved a big step toward becoming a National Historic Landmark last week, according to the MDAH Historic Preservation Division’s Facebook post: This Monday at the historic Charles Sumner School in Washington DC, Ken P’Pool, Mississippi’s Deputy… Read More ›

Veterans Day 2015

See more Veterans Day posts: 2014: Doughboy Monument, Meridian 2013: Greenville Army Flying School 2012: Reprint of Art and the Soldier: Keesler Field 2010: Camp Shelby in WWII 2009: War Memorial Building, Jackson

Merigold Craftsman

When you’re driving through the Mississippi Delta, where there is no building stone, and you see stone columns, you stop to take pictures. That’s what I did while poking around Merigold after a stop at McCartys Pottery. As I recall,… Read More ›