Courthouses of Mississippi

March 13, 2015 § 4 Comments

Here’s the next helping. I still need your submissions.

Tallahatchie Sumner LP

Tallahatchie at Sumner – LP

Tallahatchie2 LP

Tallahatchie at Sumner – LP

Clarke - LP

Clarke – LP

Desoto - Wesley Hisaw

Desoto – Wesley Hisaw

Forrest Chancery Bldg Barbie Parham

Forrest Chancery – Barbie Parham

Attala1 Glenn Huggins

Attala Chancery – Glen Huggins

Jones Laurel - Noelle McKinnin

Jones Laurel – Noelle McKinnin

Sunflower- Chancellor Jane Weathersby

amite beverly kraft

Amite – Beverly Kraft

Attala - Glenn Huggins

Attala – Glenn Huggins

Tippah - Vicki Childers

Tippah – Vicki Childers

Tippah - Vicki Childers

Tippah – Vicki Childers

§ 4 Responses to Courthouses of Mississippi

  • Bob Wolford says:

    Beautiful pic of Sunflower County’s courthouse with the snow and all.

    Last time I was in the Amite County courthouse in Liberty, there was a set of spittoons on the mantel of the main courtroom. Don’t think I’ve ever seen that before.

    • Larry says:

      Believe it or not, we had working spittoons in our courtrooms here in Meridian as late as the late 70’s. The trusties cleaned them out weekly.

      • Bob Wolford says:

        WEEKLY???? UGHHHH!! I can’t imagine the lingering aroma of tobacco expectorant and cuds that must have permeated the courtrooms back then. And this is coming from a guy that is a smokeless tobacco user.

      • Larry says:

        Smoking was allowed in the courtroom, even during trials. Judge Neville himself smoked a pipe while on the bench. There were cigarette burns on all the tables, and it was accepted practice to smush out your butts underfoot on the burn-pocked cork floor. Nobody gave it or the spittoons a second thought.

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