Vicinity of State Capitol Photos

The Mississippi State Capitol is ringed by various government buildings, churches & offices.

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Mississippi State Capitol under arch of oaks. Jackson, MS.First Baptist Church. Jackson, MS.Gothic-style windows of First Baptist Church. Jackson, MS.Public Employees' Retirement System building. Jackson, MS.
Mississippi State Capitol under arch of oaks. Jackson, MS.First Baptist Church (1924) (opposite State Capitol). Jackson, MS. Style: Gothic Revival.Gothic-style windows of First Baptist Church. Jackson, MS.Public Employees' Retirement System building (429 Mississippi St.). Jackson, MS.
Mississippi Secretary of State building. Jackson, MS.Department of Transportation Building. Jackson, MS.Woolfolk State Office Building. Jackson, MS.Flag Wall Veteran's Memorial at Woolfolk State Office Building. Jackson, MS.
Mississippi Secretary of State building (1924) (401 Mississippi St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Neo-Classical. Architect: N.W. Overstreet.Department of Transportation Building (401 N West St.). Jackson, MS.Woolfolk State Office Building (1949) (16 floors) (501 North West St.). Jackson, MS. Architect: E.L. Malvaney, Emmett J. Hull, Frank P. Gates, Ransom Carey Jones.Flag Wall Veteran's Memorial at Woolfolk State Office Building. Jackson, MS.
Sculpture of soldier with young girl of Flag Wall Veteran's Memorial at Woolfolk State Office Building. Jackson, MS.Carroll Gartin Department of Justice Building. Jackson, MS.Walter Sillers State Office Building. Jackson, MS.Galloway House. Jackson, MS.
Sculpture of soldier with young girl of Flag Wall Veteran's Memorial at Woolfolk State Office Building. Jackson, MS.Carroll Gartin Department of Justice Building (2008) (450 High St.). Jackson, MS.Walter Sillers State Office Building (1972) (20 floors) (550 High St.). Jackson, MS. Architect: Barlow & Plunkett.Galloway House (1889) (304 N Congress). Jackson, MS. Style: Second Empire. Architect: W.J. McGee. On National Register.
Second Empire tower of Galloway House. Jackson, MS.Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church. Jackson, MS.Older Greek-Revival wing of Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church. Jackson, MS.St. Peters Catholic Cathedral. Jackson, MS.
Second Empire tower of Galloway House. Jackson, MS.Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church (1915) (305 N Congress St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Neoclassical Revival. Architect: Rueben H. Hunt.Older Greek-Revival wing of Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church. Jackson, MS.St. Peters Catholic Cathedral (1897) (203 N West St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: P.H. Weathers.
Mosaic facade of St. Peters Catholic Cathedral. Jackson, MS.Colonial Revival St. Peters Rectory by Theodore Link & Georgian Revival Mississippi Catholic Diocese Headquarters by James T. Canizaro. Jackson, MS.Central High School. Jackson, MS.Towers of Jackson Central High School. Jackson, MS.
Mosaic facade of St. Peters Catholic Cathedral. Jackson, MS.Colonial Revival St. Peters Rectory (1921) (123 N West St.) by Theodore Link & Georgian Revival Mississippi Catholic Diocese Headquarters (1946) (237 E Amite St.) by James T. Canizaro. Jackson, MS.Central High School (1888-89, 1911, 1925) (259 N West St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Jacobethan Revival.Towers of Jackson Central High School. Jackson, MS.
Former Greyhound Bus Station. Jackson, MS.Robert E. Lee Office Building. Jackson, MS.

Former Greyhound Bus Station (1937-8) (219 N Lamar St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Art Deco.Robert E. Lee Office Building (1930) (12 floors) (23 N Lamar St.). Jackson, MS.


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