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War Memorial Park is Pass Christian's central park which was organized in 1945 in memory of young men from the city who served in World War II. The park includes a monument dedicated to those who served in the armed forces, as well as pedestal plaques placed by the Bicentennial Committee of Pass Christian in 1976, dedicated to the Declaration of Independence, the Liberty Bell, the Flag, the Constitution and the Star-Spangled Banner. There are also monuments to those lost in hurricanes Camille and Katrina, as well as a monument dedicated to the volunteers who helped the city after Katrina. The park also has playgrounds, a recreational walking and exercise track, a gazebo, and a number of unique tree sculptures created by artist Marlin Miller, including a soaring eagle dedicated to Tuskegee Airman Col. Lawrence E. Roberts.
c. 1906. Renovated Historic Depot, with meeting space for 75.
Picayune's classic city hall building is a prominent landmark located on Goodyear Boulevard. Built during 1938-39 and designed by Mr. Wilfred S. Lockyer, an architect and professional musician.
Located in the country, this church is home to the oldest Presbyterian congregation in the state.
c. 1881. Old-fashioned country store overlooks a pond scene. Information available on sites in the surrounding area. 300 yards from Clark Creek Nature area.
c. 1913. This "country mall" takes up half a city block and offers everything from antiques, to feed and seed supplies, appliances, etc. Then there are those hard to find items, like horse collars, old sewing machine parts, corn cutters, churns, crocks and white oak baskets.
c. 1840. Restored Greek Revival building was once the centerpiece for the Port Gibson Female College. Houses the Allen Collection, "Picturing Our Past," a photo exhibit of Claiborne County from 1906-15.
Est. 1904 Step back in time at this early 1900's pharmacy. Powell Drug Store serves the Mt. Olive
community as both a pharmacy and unique gift shop.
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Historic Depot built in 1913, renovated 30-year-old caboose.
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