Two Friday Puzzles For Two Preservation Events

This Friday we’ve got two puzzles for two preservation-related events that are taking place: one today and one tomorrow.

Today (3/24/17) at Mississippi State University is the Dan and Gemma Camp Classical Lecture: Restoring the Mississippi State Capitol, to be presented in two parts.  Mississippi Department of Archives and History Chief Architectural Historian Jennifer Baughn will discuss the recent National Park Service recognition of the New Capitol as a National Historic Landmark. Lawson Newman AIA, of WFT Architects will discuss the comprehensive approach to the New Capitol’s recent dome restoration.  http://www.caad.msstate.edu/sarc/lectureseries.php

What: Restoring the Mississippi State Capitol

When: Today! Friday March 24, 2017 3:00 PM-5:00 PM

Where: Probably in Harrison Auditorium, Giles Hall, MSU.

Click the image below to try your hand at the puzzle!

New Capitol Dome under repair 2015 jigsaw puzzle

Tomorrow in Jackson (3/25/17), Mississippi Heritage Trust members will be honored guests for a private tour of the exquisite home of Stephanie and Craig Busbea, designed by noted modernist architects Samuel and William Wiener and located at 228 Ridge Drive. Not a member of MHT? You can join at the event!  http://www.mississippiheritage.com/upcoming-events/

What: Mad Mod Affair in Fondern

When: Tomorrow Saturday March 25, 2017 11:00 AM-2:00 PM

Where: Wiener House 228 Ridge Drive Jackson

Click the image below to try your hand at the puzzle!

wiener house int. 2009 jigsaw puzzle

 



Categories: "To . . . and Back", Architectural Research, Asides, Capitols Old & New, Historic Preservation, Jackson, Mississippi Heritage Trust, Modernism, MS Dept. of Archives and History, National Park Service, National Register, Renovation Projects, Starkville

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6 replies

  1. I completed my virtual tour of the Fondren house in an amazing 2:43. I must love history on the capitol as I managed to drag that out to almost 8 minutes.

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  2. 1:50 on the Capitol and a whopping 4:19 on the Fondren house–that was a tough one!

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  3. I couldn’t get the puzzles to open at the office – so I’ll have to give them a try when I get home to see what times I get.

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