I’m still having a love affair with black-and-white processing…..
This is the Oktibbeha County Courthouse located in downtown Starkville, Mississippi.
After World War II the Colonial Revival in Mississippi evolved into a style that emulated the great Greek Revival houses of the antebellum period. The revival was so widespread that some pundits have referred to it as “Greek Survival.” Most of Mississippi’s welcome centers and interstate rest stops are constructed in this style, as are many courthouses; for example, the courthouses in Noxubee and Oktibbeha counties, built in 1952 and 1963 respectively.
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