Mississippi State Capitol

Jackson, MS

The third Mississippi State Capitol Building was designed by St. Louis architect Theodore Linked and was completed in 1903. The construction price of $1,093,641 was funded with back taxes paid by the Illinois Central Railroad. The Beaux Arts style building is 402 feet long and 180 feet to the top of the dome. (State of Mississippi)

Mississippi State Capitol - Mississippi State Capitol
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Mississippi State Capitol
Mississippi State Capitol - Mississippi State Capitol
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Mississippi State Capitol
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Mississippi State Capitol
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Mississippi State Capitol - Confederate Women's Memorial
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Confederate Women's Memorial
Mississippi State Capitol - Confederate Women's Memorial
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Confederate Women's Memorial
Mississippi State Capitol - Confederate Women's Memorial
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Confederate Women's Memorial
Mississippi State Capitol - Confederate Women's Memorial
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Confederate Women's Memorial
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Mississippi State Capitol - Liberty Bell replica
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Liberty Bell replica
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Mississippi State Capitol - Mississippi Republican Party (just south of the Capitol)
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Mississippi Republican Party (just south of the Capitol)
Mississippi State Capitol - Mississippi Republican Party
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Mississippi Republican Party
Mississippi State Capitol - Mississippi Republican Party
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Mississippi Republican Party

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