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  • A Very Good History, of the development of Columbus

  • The Following 8 photos were sent in by Raymond T. "Bud" Mason in September 2007:

  • Columbus, images of Columbus on
  • Columbus Downtown 1926
  • Columbus Bakery
  • Columbus Cady Stable
  • Hardin's Bakery
  • Main Street, looking West
  • Main and Market Street intersection
  • Columbus Flood, old Tombigbee Bridge, 1892
  • Columbus Flood, looking North from the Gilmer Hotel

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  • Address To The Graduating Class of The Columbus Institute. July, 1854

  • The old Hotel Alexandra

  • 5th Street Looking South

  • Market Street, old Princess Theatre

  • Lowndes County Courthouse, 2004

  • Lowndes County Courthouse Monument

  • 4-County Employees, 1980's

  • Old Tombigbee River Bridge, and Bob's place, aerial view

  • The Kaye Home on 10th Street North in 1942, provided in July 2003 by Sam Kaye

  • 2003 Photo Corner of Main & Catfish Alley (4th Street)

  • 300 Block Main Street, June 2003

    The two color photos above were taken by Ruth Ann Faris.


  • Mayors and City Council List

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  • City Council list after 1888

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  • Early Columbus Mayors Photo

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  • Main Street at 4th Street, turn of the 20th century

  • Early Columbus Businesses

  • Early Columbus Lawyers

  • 4th Street, turn of 20th century

  • Columbus livery stables

  • Pruitt, the photographer

  • Early Law Enforcement

  • Columbus, Miss., present day.

  • Columbus Links

    The following was sent by Ann Lee Kearley Kingdon. "My grandmother Minnie Lee Winston had a clothing store there in the early 1920s. I have attached a photo of my mother's wedding along with the writeup from the paper. This was the first wedding held on the campus of MSCW on June 2 1928 the day after she graduated from MSCW. Dr. Painter gave her away and the attendants are listed in the clipping."

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