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Palace Auditorium

Farish Street’s Palace Auditorium was constructed c. 1911.  In 2014, the Business Journal  reported The circa 1911 Palace Auditorium, 318 North Farish Street, is the lone building on the 300 block deemed to “contribute” to the cultural and historic value of … Continue reading

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Spengler’s Corner, part 2

Only 4 of the buildings picture above are in Spengler’s Corner Historic District.  The two buildings to the far right are c. 1940 and c. 1895.  No. 129 is the former Stag Club Building, built by H. M. Taylor Construction … Continue reading

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Spengler’s Corner

Part of the Spengler’s Corner Historic District in downtown Jackson, these three buildings occupy mid-block in the 100 block of North State street. …prominently sited grouping of twelve late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century brick commercial buildings…(Jack A. Gold, 1979, National Register of … Continue reading

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Let’s meet at Lucy’s Deli for lunch

Lucy’s Deli is still listed in the various food venues in Jackson, right here at 524 Farish Street across from Big Apple Inn.  My best guess is that Lucy has not been serving sandwiches from here for a while.  In … Continue reading

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