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Our Second Home in Marion Alabama
Our Second Home in Marion Alabama
  • Author: SierraSunrise Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-03-17 07:30:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°38'2"N - 87°19'44"W
  • 508 Green St. Marion, AL. We had the upstairs apartment.
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Chapel, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Chapel, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:19:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'25"N - 87°19'17"W
  • **Chapel and Lovelace Hall, Marion Military Institute** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000508, date listed 1978-09-13 AL 14 Marion, AL (Perry County) Marion Military Institute (MMI) is the nation’s oldest military junior college tracing its origin back to 1842 with the founding of Howard College in Marion, Alabama. During the Civil War, the Chapel and Lovelace Hall, both built in 1857, were used as Breckinridge Military Hospital, treating both Union and Confederate soldiers. (1) Situated at the west end of the quadrangle, the 1857 Marion Military Institute Chapel is the focal point of the campus. Flanking it at the south end is the oldest structure on the campus, Lovelace Hall, which was constructed in 1854. Both are designed in the Classical style which was so popular in antebellum Southern architecture, and they have served as models for the school's later buildings. The Chapel is a two-story hipped-roof brick structure, and its facade is divided into three main bays which are dominated by the gabled center pavillion. The central two-story portico features four Doric columns supporting a plain entablature and pediment. A square clock tower surmounts the gable of the pavillion. (2) References (1) Marion Military marionmilitary.edu/academics/library/ (2) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000508.pdf
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Lovelace Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Lovelace Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:18:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'24"N - 87°19'17"W
  • **Chapel and Lovelace Hall, Marion Military Institute** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000508, date listed 1978-09-13 AL 14 Marion, AL (Perry County) Marion Military Institute (MMI) is the nation’s oldest military junior college tracing its origin back to 1842 with the founding of Howard College in Marion, Alabama. During the Civil War, the Chapel and Lovelace Hall, both built in 1857, were used as Breckinridge Military Hospital, treating both Union and Confederate soldiers. (1) Situated at the west end of the quadrangle, the 1857 Marion Military Institute Chapel is the focal point of the campus. Flanking it at the south end is the oldest structure on the campus, Lovelace Hall, which was constructed in 1854. Both are designed in the Classical style which was so popular in antebellum Southern architecture, and they have served as models for the school's later buildings. Similar to the Chapel, Lovelace Hall is a two-story brick structure with a hipped roof. A central gable creates a pediment-effect and corresponds to the dominating pavillion of the Chapel. Six brick piers are attached on this center section, as well as one at each end of the building. The flat-roof portion at the north end was added around 1920. The dominant lintels, pedimented gable, pilasters, entablature, and facade symmetry create a Classical effect which is in harmony with the style of the Chapel. Lovelace Hall has continued to be used as a barracks throughout the years, so the partitioning of the dormitory rooms has been the only notable alteration. (2) References (1) Marion Military marionmilitary.edu/academics/library/ (2) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000508.pdf
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Phillips Memorial Auditorium, Marion, AL
Phillips Memorial Auditorium, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:59:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'32"N - 87°19'45"W
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Phillips Memorial Auditorium, Marion, AL2
Phillips Memorial Auditorium, Marion, AL2
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:00:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'32"N - 87°19'46"W
  • **Phillips Memorial Auditorium** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 88003243, date listed 1990-02-13 Lincoln Ave. and Lee St. Marion, AL (Perry County)
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President's House, Marion Institute, Marion, AL
President's House, Marion Institute, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:12:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'29"N - 87°19'12"W
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President's House, Marion Institute, Marion, AL2
President's House, Marion Institute, Marion, AL2
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:12:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'28"N - 87°19'13"W
  • **President's House, Marion Institute** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 79000401, date listed 1979-05-14 110 Brown St. Marion, AL (Perry County)
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Chapel, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
Chapel, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:20:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'25"N - 87°19'16"W
  • **Chapel and Lovelace Hall, Marion Military Institute** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000508, date listed 1978-09-13 AL 14 Marion, AL (Perry County) Marion Military Institute (MMI) is the nation’s oldest military junior college tracing its origin back to 1842 with the founding of Howard College in Marion, Alabama. During the Civil War, the Chapel and Lovelace Hall, both built in 1857, were used as Breckinridge Military Hospital, treating both Union and Confederate soldiers. (1) Situated at the west end of the quadrangle, the 1857 Marion Military Institute Chapel is the focal point of the campus. Flanking it at the south end is the oldest structure on the campus, Lovelace Hall, which was constructed in 1854. Both are designed in the Classical style which was so popular in antebellum Southern architecture, and they have served as models for the school's later buildings. The Chapel is a two-story hipped-roof brick structure, and its facade is divided into three main bays which are dominated by the gabled center pavillion. The central two-story portico features four Doric columns supporting a plain entablature and pediment. A square clock tower surmounts the gable of the pavillion. (2) References (1) Marion Military marionmilitary.edu/academics/library/ (2) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000508.pdf
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Lincoln Normal School Historic Marker, Marion, AL
Lincoln Normal School Historic Marker, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:59:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'33"N - 87°19'44"W
  • **Phillips Memorial Auditorium** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 88003243, date listed 1990-02-13 Lincoln Ave. and Lee St.
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Old City Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Old City Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:16:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'22"N - 87°19'19"W
  • **West Marion Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 92001844, date listed 1993-04-22 Roughly bounded by W. Lafayette St., Washington St., Murfree Ave., College St. and Margin St. Marion, AL (Perry County) The West Marion Historic District contains residences, educational and religious buildings, and other resources associated with the development of the city of Marion and Marion Military Institute, formerly Howard College. Containing some of the town's oldest and most imposing residences, as well as an impressive collection of early nineteenth to mid-twentieth century architecture, the district has long been the major residential neighborhood of Marion and the location for one of the region's early institutions for higher learning. Old City Hall (ca. 1832) Polk Street. Originally a law office, this structure was also the first YMCA building in the south to be owned by a local chapter. Marion City Hall for forty years, it is now the Alabama Military Hall of Fame. Gable roof of asphalt shingles, single bay facade with double leaf entrance with transom and sidelights, decorative saw work supports and brackets. Moved from courthouse square to present site in late 1960s. (C) (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/92001844.pdf
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Old City Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
Old City Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:17:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'22"N - 87°19'19"W
  • **West Marion Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 92001844, date listed 1993-04-22 Roughly bounded by W. Lafayette St., Washington St., Murfree Ave., College St. and Margin St.
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Baer Memorial Library, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Baer Memorial Library, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:16:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'22"N - 87°19'19"W
  • Marion, AL (Perry County) Marion Military Institute’s (MMI) library is named for Mildred Pope Baer, MMI’s librarian for twenty-five years. Mrs. Baer was killed in a car accident in 1957. Cadets contributed to a flower fund and found that they had $225.53 left over after the purchase of the funeral wreath, which they used to start a library-building fund. The library was dedicated on May 21, 1966. (1) References (1) Marion Military marionmilitary.edu/academics/library/
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Bell Tower Carillon, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Bell Tower Carillon, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:21:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'23"N - 87°19'16"W
  • Marion, AL (Perry County) Marion Military Institute (MMI) is the nation’s oldest military junior college tracing its origin back to 1842 with the founding of Howard College in Marion, Alabama. During the Civil War, the Chapel and Lovelace Hall, both built in 1857, were used as Breckinridge Military Hospital, treating both Union and Confederate soldiers. (1) References (1) Marion Military marionmilitary.edu/about-mmi/history/
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Bell Tower Carillon, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
Bell Tower Carillon, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:21:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'23"N - 87°19'16"W
  • Marion, AL (Perry County) Marion Military Institute (MMI) is the nation’s oldest military junior college tracing its origin back to 1842 with the founding of Howard College in Marion, Alabama. During the Civil War, the Chapel and Lovelace Hall, both built in 1857, were used as Breckinridge Military Hospital, treating both Union and Confederate soldiers. (1) References (1) Marion Military marionmilitary.edu/about-mmi/history/
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Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:19:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'25"N - 87°19'17"W
  • Marion, AL (Perry County) Marion Military Institute (MMI) is the nation’s oldest military junior college tracing its origin back to 1842 with the founding of Howard College in Marion, Alabama. During the Civil War, the Chapel and Lovelace Hall, both built in 1857, were used as Breckinridge Military Hospital, treating both Union and Confederate soldiers. (1) References (1) Marion Military marionmilitary.edu/about-mmi/history/
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