Buildings of Jackson, MS Photos

The core of Jackson, Mississippi lies along Capitol Street with the Old Capitol Building on the east end, the Governor's mansion near the middle & newer highrises to the west. South of Capitol Street lie the historic city hall & the Hinds County Court House, plus museums & performing arts halls.

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Old Mississippi State Capitol with heritage buildings along Capitol Street. Jackson, MS.Mississippi Governor's Mansion. Jackson, MS.Lamar Life, Capitol Towers Building & St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral on Capitol Street. Jackson, MS.Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.
Old Mississippi State Capitol with heritage buildings along Capitol Street. Jackson, MS. Mississippi Governor's Mansion (1841) (300 E Capitol St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: William Nichols. On National Register. Lamar Life, Capitol Towers Building & St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral on Capitol Street. Jackson, MS.Lamar Life Building (1924-5) (10 floors) (317 E Capitol St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Skyscraper Gothic. Architect: Wyatt C. Hedrick & Co..
Gothic skyscraper facade of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.Details of Capitol Towers & Lamar Life Buildings. Jackson, MS.Gothic clock tower of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.Gothic clock tower of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.
Gothic skyscraper facade of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.Details of Capitol Towers & Lamar Life Buildings. Jackson, MS.Gothic clock tower of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.Gothic clock tower of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.
Gargoyle like carvings of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.Lamar Life Building & St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral. Jackson, MS.Towers of Lamar Life & St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral. Jackson, MS.St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral. Jackson, MS.
Gargoyle like carvings of Lamar Life Building. Jackson, MS.Lamar Life Building & St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral. Jackson, MS.Towers of Lamar Life & St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral. Jackson, MS.St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral (1903) (305 E Capitol St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Patrick Henry Weathers.
Facade details of St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral. Jackson, MS.Towers of Lamar Life, St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral & Federal Building along Capitol Street. Jackson, MS.Federal Building / U S Post Office. MS.Carved Art Deco Eagle over entrance of Jackson Federal Building. Jackson, MS.
Facade details of St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral. Jackson, MS.Towers of Lamar Life, St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral & Federal Building along Capitol Street. Jackson, MS.Federal Building / U S Post Office (1934) (245 E. Capitol St.). MS.Carved Art Deco Eagle over entrance of Jackson Federal Building. Jackson, MS.
Brick Tudor style building. Jackson, MS.Former Bank of Mississippi Building. Jackson, MS.Former Jones-Kennington Dry Goods Store. Jackson, MS.Harding Building on East Capitol Street near Old State Capitol. Jackson, MS.
Brick Tudor style building (319 E. Capitol St.). Jackson, MS.Former Bank of Mississippi Building (1924) (329 E. Capitol St.). Jackson, MS. Style: Neoclassical Revival. Architect: Phillip S. Mayre. On National Register.Former Jones-Kennington Dry Goods Store (now Heritage Building) (1905) (6 floors) (401 E. Capitol St.). Jackson, MS.Harding Building on East Capitol Street near Old State Capitol. Jackson, MS.
Harding Building. Jackson, MS.Emporium Building cast iron overhang canopy. Jackson, MS.Emporium Building. Jackson, MS.Plaza, two-storey & Emporium Buildings along Congress Street. Jackson, MS.
Harding Building (1892) (3 floors) (500 E. Capitol St.). Jackson, MS.Emporium Building cast iron overhang canopy. Jackson, MS.Emporium Building (1906) (400 E. Capitol St.). Jackson, MS.Plaza, two-storey & Emporium Buildings along Congress Street. Jackson, MS.
Art Deco facade of Plaza Building. Jackson, MS.Plaza Building. Jackson, MS.Art Deco entrance of Plaza Building. Jackson, MS.Art Deco carving details of Plaza Building. Jackson, MS.
Art Deco facade of Plaza Building. Jackson, MS.Plaza Building (1929) (120 N Congress). Jackson, MS. Style: Art Deco. Architect: N.W. Overstreet. On National Register.Art Deco entrance of Plaza Building. Jackson, MS.Art Deco carving details of Plaza Building. Jackson, MS.
Streetscape up Congress Street to State Capitol. Jackson, MS.Streetscape along West Capitol Street. Jackson, MS.Regions Bank Building. Jackson, MS.Facade details of Regions Bank Building. Jackson, MS.
Streetscape up Congress Street to State Capitol. Jackson, MS.Streetscape along West Capitol Street. Jackson, MS.Regions (former AmSouth) Bank Building (1929) (18 floors) (200 East Capitol St.). Jackson, MS.Facade details of Regions Bank Building. Jackson, MS.
Facade details of Regions Bank Building. Jackson, MS.Regions Plaza & Regions Bank Building. Jackson, MS.One Jackson Place. Jackson, MS.Upper stories facade of One Jackson Place. Jackson, MS.
Facade details of Regions Bank Building. Jackson, MS.Regions Plaza (1975) (22 floors) & Regions Bank Building (1929) (18 floors) (200 East Capitol St.). Jackson, MS.One Jackson Place (1987) (14 floors) (188 E. Capitol St.). Jackson, MS. Architect: Dean and Dean / Assoc..Upper stories facade of One Jackson Place. Jackson, MS.
Dr. A.H. McCoy Federal Building. Jackson, MS.Dr. A.H. McCoy Federal Building named after black founder of insurance company. Jackson, MS.City Center. Jackson, MS.City Center tower arcade entrance. Jackson, MS.
Dr. A.H. McCoy Federal Building (15 floors) (100 W Capitol St.). Jackson, MS.Dr. A.H. McCoy Federal Building named after black founder of insurance company. Jackson, MS.City Center (1953-8) (12 floors) (200 South Lamar St.). Jackson, MS.City Center tower arcade entrance. Jackson, MS.
King Edward Hotel to right of Standard Life Tower. Jackson, MS.Standard Life Tower built in 5 months, 15 days. Jackson, MS.Ground-level facade of Standard Life Tower. Jackson, MS.Colored heritage facades. Jackson, MS.
King Edward Hotel (1923) to right of Standard Life Tower. Jackson, MS. Architect: William T. Nolan. On National Register.Standard Life Tower (1929) (22 floors) (127 Roach St. at West Pearl) built in 5 months, 15 days. Jackson, MS. Style: Art Deco. Architect: C.H. Lindsley.Ground-level facade of Standard Life Tower. Jackson, MS.Colored heritage facades (107-113 N. State St.). Jackson, MS.
Standard Oil Company Building. Jackson, MS.John & Sarah Ligon House now Municipal Art Gallery. Jackson, MS.Jackson City Hall was used as hospital by both sides during War Between the States. It was built by slaves using hand-made bricks. Jackson, MS.Jackson City Hall. Jackson, MS.
Standard Oil Company Building (600 E. Amite St.). Jackson, MS.John & Sarah Ligon House (1860's) (839 N State St.) now Municipal Art Gallery. Jackson, MS.Jackson City Hall was used as hospital by both sides during War Between the States. It was built by slaves using hand-made bricks. Jackson, MS.Jackson City Hall (1846) (218 S. President St.). Jackson, MS. Architect: William Gibbon. On National Register.
Jackson Firehouse. Jackson, MS.Hinds County Court House with statues of Moses & Socrates. Jackson, MS.Shield over portal of Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.Statue of Moses with Ten Commandments on Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.
Jackson Firehouse (now Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce) (201 S President St.). Jackson, MS. On National Register.Hinds County Court House (1929) (401 E Pascagoula) with statues of Moses & Socrates. Jackson, MS. Style: Art Deco. Architect: C.H. Lindsley. On National Register.Shield over portal of Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.Statue of Moses with Ten Commandments on Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.
Art Deco Egyptian sphinx on Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.Art Deco carved eagle on Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.Capitol Towers Building & view to State Capitol. Jackson, MS.Thalia Mara Hall. Jackson, MS.
Art Deco Egyptian sphinx on Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.Art Deco carved eagle on Hinds County Court House. Jackson, MS.Capitol Towers Building & view to State Capitol. Jackson, MS.Thalia Mara Hall (1966-8) (255 E Pascagoula St.). Jackson, MS.
Mississippi Art Center / Museum of Art & Russell C. Davis Planetarium. Jackson, MS.Mississippi TelCom Center. Jackson, MS.

Mississippi Art Center / Museum of Art & Russell C. Davis Planetarium (201 E. Pascagoula St.). Jackson, MS.Mississippi TelCom Center (2007) (105 E. Pascagoula St.). Jackson, MS.


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