The Blue Bedroom

From what I have been able to find, this house (7,000 sq. ft. mansion) sits in this condition because of an unfaithful marriage.

Eutaw, Alabama

Eutaw was laid out in December 1838 at the time that Greene County voters chose to relocate the county seat from Erie, which was located on the Black Warrior River. It was incorporated by an act of the state legislature on January 2, 1841.

Pines Motel

If all of the pine trees have been cut down, can it still be called the Pines Motel? Here are three of the reviews from Google Maps...

Memorial Hospital

Although 19th District Judge Don Johnson this week sided with attorneys representing patients as well as HPL employees concerning Senate Concurrent Resolution 48 of the 2014 legislative session, the main issues still to be resolved pertain to money.

Morrow

I recently revisited Morrow Elementary in Louisiana. I was devastated to see the gym had burned. It was the best part of the school. Everything else had been gutted & emptied out. I am happy I got to document it when I did.

THS

As this was historically a center of agriculture since the antebellum years, producing cotton and pecans, Tallulah and the parish have long had majority-African American populations. The small city is now nearly 77 percent African American; the surrounding parish is 60 percent black. Mechanization and industrial agriculture have reduced the number of jobs, and many residents have moved since the mid-20th century to larger cities with more opportunities.

Transylvania

Transylvania

Louisiana Prison Farm

Prison Farm Official Indicted In Louisiana 'Hot Box' Deaths

No Longer Standing Series

No Longer Standing Series

Cars Galore

Cars Galore

Hotel of Yesteryear

Hotel of Yesteryear

Rodney Presbyterian

Rodney Presbyterian

Windsor Ruins

Windsor Ruins

Woodville Jail

Woodville Jail

Pioneer Village

Pioneer Village

Pink Cadillac

Pink Cadillac

Orange Lake

MOSS POINT, Miss. (WLOX) - A former Moss Point elementary school building was engulfed in flames Saturday night, and firefighters were working to bring it under control.

Peache's

Willora “Peaches” Ephram was born in Utica, Mississippi, in 1924 to sharecropper parents. Unable to work in the fields, Willora stayed inside, learning to cook from her mother and grandmother. By the age of 8, she was preparing whole meals for her family to eat as they retuned each day from the cotton fields. In 1948, she moved to Jackson in search of a better life with only $8 to her name. After working for a while as a cook in the long-closed Blackstone Café on Farish Street, Willora had, by 1

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