Lafayette County

Adams Store (historical), Bagley Lake
Ammadelle; 637 N Lamar Blvd, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Baker and Maxie Mill (historical), Bethlehem
Bishop Store (historical), Oxford
Bowles Plantation; Shinault. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Buford's Store (historical), Oxford
Cannon's Store (historical), Paris
Carter's Store (historical), Coles Point
Childress Store (historical), Tyro
Colemans Mill (historical), Paris
Crain's Store (historical), Paris
Crumbly's Store (hisotrical), Splinter
(Maud Butler) Falkner House; Lamar Blvd, Oxford
(William) Faulkner House (aka Rowan Oak), built ca 1844 by Col. Robert B. Shegog. It was purchased by the Bailey family in 1872 who later sold it to William Faulkner in 1930. Old Taylor Rd, Oxford
Fiddler's Folly, 520 N Lamar, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Freeland & Gafford Law Office, 1013 Jackson Ave, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Frierson Home; College Hill. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Gallegley Store (historical), Laws Hill
Goolsby Store (historical), Puskus Lake
Greenfield was owned by William Faulkner; Oxford
Higginbothan Store (historical), Water Valley
Home of Augustus Baldwin Longstreet, built ca 1860s, Longstreet died in 1870; 634 N Lamar, Oxford. (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Isom Place; 1003 Jefferson Ave, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Jackson Store (historical), Denmark
Lafayette County Courthouse, built 1871-73, architect: S. Boling; Court House Square, Oxford ( photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
(Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus) Lamar House , built late 1850s, purchased by LQC Lamar (son-in-law of Augustus Baldwin Longstreet) in 1868; 616 N 14th St, Oxford. photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Linkers Mill (historical), Yocona
Little John Store (historical), Bagley Store
Lows Store (historical), Water Valley
Lusk Store (historical), Yocona
Mayfield Store (historical), Puskus Lake
Memory House, built March 10, 1837, purchased by J.O. Ramey in 1911. In 1922, it became the home of John (brother of novelist William Faulkner) and Lucille Ramey Faulkner. 406 University Ave, Oxford
Morris Store (historical), Yocona
Mount Sylvan Academy, established 1845 by Rev. S.G. Burney & Robert Morris; Burgess. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Mullins Store (historical), Tula
(J. E.) Neilson Company, On Square, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Old Federal Building, On Square at Jackson St, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Parker and Joyner Mill (historical), Tula
Parks Store (historical), Puskus Lake
Pattons Store (historical), Paris
Presbyterian Academy, built 1840; College Hill. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Ragland Store (historical), Yocona
Rieves Store (historical), Oxford
Rowan Oak, Old Taylor Rd, Oxford (photo 1; photo 2 courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Shadowlawn, 712 S Eleventh St, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Slates Store (historical), Coles Point
Smith Store (historical), Laws Hill
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 113 S Ninth St, Oxford (photo 1; photo 2 courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Stones Store (historical), Puskus Lake
University of Mississippi, Barnard Observatory , University Circle, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
University of Mississippi, Geology Building , University Circle, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
University of Mississippi, Lyceum Building , University Circle, Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
University of Mississippi, Skipworth House , Oxford (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Walls Store (historical), Oxford
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