It’s hard to believe it has been 13 years. Trying to think of something that is Hurricane Katrina related we’ve not yet shared, I came across this presentation by Mississippi Heritage Trust’s past Executive Director, David Preziosi. It is an… Read More ›
MissPres is on vacation this week, but we’re sending postcards back from Mississippi’s past.
Lets jump right in to this week’s roundup. In Hattiesburg, concerning statements were made about some of the oldest buildings on the campus of William Carey University. The Hattiesburg American reported University President Tommy King said “…this morning’s review showed they might… Read More ›
Junior College Project JACKSON COUNTY CENTER MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST Junior College District WILLIAM R. ALLEN JR., A.I.A., Architect, Jackson GRACE and GUILD, A.I.A., Associate Architects, Mississippi City MAGNANOS & YOUNG, Structural Engineer JOE A. ALLEN, Mechanical & Electrical Engineer DR…. Read More ›
The National Park Service oversees the National Register of Historic Places, the most popular tool nationally for recognizing historic properties. According to the NPS: The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation’s historic places worthy… Read More ›