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What is: The Mill at MSU/Courtyard Hotel, Starkville, Mississippi?
That is its current name, but can you provide its historic name?
You get a point for providing the name of the building and its location. If you can provide other information about the building, you can earn another point.
J. M. Stone Cotton Mill [E.E. Cooley Building], Starkville
1902 Architect Documented Cramer, Stuart W.
1902 Builder/Contractor Documented Christopher, W.T.
Some good information, looks suspiciously like it was copied and pasted from some vast database of historic Mississippi buildings.
No, can’t be.
Maybe a little bit
A vast database of information about Mississippi buildings would be The Coolest Thing!
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In case you missed it, there is an article on Natchez in the New York Times, April 7, 2019, with some focus on the City’s cemetery. Reporter Richard Rubin relied largely on an interview with Mimi Miller, Executive Director of the Historic Natchez Foundation.