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Phillips Memorial Auditorium, Marion, AL
Phillips Memorial Auditorium, Marion, AL
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  • 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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President's House, Marion Institute, Marion, AL
President's House, Marion Institute, Marion, AL
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  • 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, 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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Chapel, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
Chapel, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL2
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  • 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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Baer Memorial Library, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Baer Memorial Library, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
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  • 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
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  • 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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Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
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  • 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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Rane Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
Rane Hall, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:18:50
  • 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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William R. Ireland Athletic Center, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
William R. Ireland Athletic Center, Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 11:17:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'22"N - 87°19'19"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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First Congregational Church of Marion, Marion, AL
First Congregational Church of Marion, Marion, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:54:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'39"N - 87°19'42"W
  • **First Congregational Church of Marion** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 82001614, date listed 1982-12-17 601 Clay St. Marion, AL (Perry County) The structure is a largely unaltered example of an early black urban church. Constructed in 1871 using the skills and labor of congregation members, the building has suffered only the loss of the elaborate plaster cornice and the original ceiling and light fixtures. The First Congregational Church is: the only Reconstruction period Black church in Marion which remains without major modifications, and may well be the only intact survivor from that period in the county. Only two other black churches were built in Marion during the Reconstruction period: the Berean Baptist Church, in 1873, and the Zion United Methodist Church in the mid-to-late 1870s. Both were of the same quality as the Congregation Church, and both have had major renovations, including the application of brick veneer. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/82001614.pdf
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Goree, Shivers, McCollum, Dickinson House, Marion, AL
Goree, Shivers, McCollum, Dickinson House, Marion, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:30:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'51"N - 87°19'8"W
  • **Judson College Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 92001825, date listed 1993-02-03 Roughly bounded by E. Lafayette, Curb, Mason and Washington Sts. Marion, AL (Perry County) Goree-Shivers-Woodson House (ca. 1831) 506 S. Washington Street. Built by Edwin D. King as a wedding present for his daughter, Sarah Goree. Two story frame, double pile dwelling with side gable roof of standing seam metal with exterior end chimneys, five bay facade with 9/9 double hung sash windows, central double leaf entrance with full fanlight and sidelights, porch is full width with half hip roof and six classical supports, original porch was probably entrance width, giving the structure a more pronounced Federal appearance. (C) (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/92001825.pdf
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Goree, Shivers, McCollum, Dickinson House, Marion, AL2
Goree, Shivers, McCollum, Dickinson House, Marion, AL2
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:30:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'51"N - 87°19'8"W
  • **Judson College Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 92001825, date listed 1993-02-03 Roughly bounded by E. Lafayette, Curb, Mason and Washington Sts. Marion, AL (Perry County) Goree-Shivers-Woodson House (ca. 1831) 506 S. Washington Street. Built by Edwin D. King as a wedding present for his daughter, Sarah Goree. Two story frame, double pile dwelling with side gable roof of standing seam metal with exterior end chimneys, five bay facade with 9/9 double hung sash windows, central double leaf entrance with full fanlight and sidelights, porch is full width with half hip roof and six classical supports, original porch was probably entrance width, giving the structure a more pronounced Federal appearance. (C) (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/92001825.pdf
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J.A. Hendrix Dry Goods Wrigley's Ad, Marion, AL
J.A. Hendrix Dry Goods Wrigley's Ad, Marion, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:22:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°38'0"N - 87°19'9"W
  • **Marion Courthouse Square Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 96000111, date listed 1996-02-16 Roughly, along Green, Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Franklin, Clements, Centreville and Monroe Sts. Marion, AL (Perry County) The Marion Courthouse Square Historic District clearly reflects the evolution and development of the city of Marion, the downtown commercial district, Marion Female Seminary, and the Centreville Street residential neighborhood. The courthouse square has, since its creation, been the heart of business and commercial life in Marion . Too, since its founding in the early 19th century, Marion has been recognized for it's citizens' commitment to education and religious institutions. The district contains the Marion Female Seminary (NRHP, 10/4/73) and three historic religious structures. Founded on March 4, 1822, the city of Marion was originally known as Muckle's Ridge. By 1817, Michael Muckle had cleared an acre of land from a dense forest and constructed a cabin on the present site of the Perry County Jail (structure #79). Muckle later sold his improvements to Anderson West, then sheriff of Perry County. At the suggestion of Joseph Evans, a South Carolinian, the county commissioners, charged with finding a suitable location for the county seat of Perry County, changed the name of the town from Muckle's Ridge to Marion, honoring General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox" of Revolutionary War fame. After laying off the courthouse square and the surveying of streets, on May 22,1822, lots were sold at public auction but due to heavy rains, prices for prime lots remained quite low. The early sale of lots included those adjacent to the courthouse square. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/96000111.pdf
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J.A. Hendrix Dry Goods Wrigley's Ad, Marion, AL2
J.A. Hendrix Dry Goods Wrigley's Ad, Marion, AL2
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:22:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°37'59"N - 87°19'9"W
  • **Marion Courthouse Square Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 96000111, date listed 1996-02-16 Roughly, along Green, Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Franklin, Clements, Centreville and Monroe Sts. Marion, AL (Perry County) The Marion Courthouse Square Historic District clearly reflects the evolution and development of the city of Marion, the downtown commercial district, Marion Female Seminary, and the Centreville Street residential neighborhood. The courthouse square has, since its creation, been the heart of business and commercial life in Marion . Too, since its founding in the early 19th century, Marion has been recognized for it's citizens' commitment to education and religious institutions. The district contains the Marion Female Seminary (NRHP, 10/4/73) and three historic religious structures. Founded on March 4, 1822, the city of Marion was originally known as Muckle's Ridge. By 1817, Michael Muckle had cleared an acre of land from a dense forest and constructed a cabin on the present site of the Perry County Jail (structure #79). Muckle later sold his improvements to Anderson West, then sheriff of Perry County. At the suggestion of Joseph Evans, a South Carolinian, the county commissioners, charged with finding a suitable location for the county seat of Perry County, changed the name of the town from Muckle's Ridge to Marion, honoring General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox" of Revolutionary War fame. After laying off the courthouse square and the surveying of streets, on May 22,1822, lots were sold at public auction but due to heavy rains, prices for prime lots remained quite low. The early sale of lots included those adjacent to the courthouse square. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/96000111.pdf
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