Jackson City Hall

Jackson, MS

"Built 1846-1847 by slave labor of hand-made brick. Original cost $7,505.58. John Oldham, Mayor ~ Will Gibbon, Arch. Used as a hospital for both Union and Confederate soldiers during War Between the States, thsi building was spared when the town, having been burned three tmes, became known as 'Chimneyville'."

Jackson City Hall - City Hall (ca. 1847)
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City Hall (ca. 1847)
Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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City Hall
Jackson City Hall - Woodmen of the World
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Woodmen of the World
Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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City Hall
Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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City Hall
Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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City Hall
Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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City Hall
Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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Jackson City Hall - Time capsule
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Time capsule
Jackson City Hall - City Hall
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Jackson City Hall - Jackson City Hall, 219 South President Street
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Jackson City Hall, 219 South President Street

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