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    • Lauri Mundi

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    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. This photo was taken after 1939 and shows the redone facade. Side view includes garden walk.
    • Lauri Mundi

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    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. This photo was taken after 1939 and shows the redone facade.
    • Lauri Mundi

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    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. Photo shows the house's original facade with one-story porch.
    • Lauri Mundi

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    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. This photo was taken after 1939 and shows the redone facade.
    • The Magnolias

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    • The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Magnolias

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    • The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Magnolias

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    • The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Magnolias

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    • The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Magnolias

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    • Parlor of The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Magnolias

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    • Partial view of parlor of The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Magnolias

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    • Front walk and entry of The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Magnolias

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    • Front walk and entry of The Magnolias, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1850 for Dr. William Alfred Sykes and later donated to the city of Aberdeen.
    • The Castle

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    • The Castle on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi, completed c. 1883 by B.W. DeCourcey and later altered by the Kimmel Brothers.
    • The Castle

    • 1936-06-04
    • The Castle on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi, completed c. 1883 by B.W. DeCourcey and later altered by the Kimmel Brothers. Photographed by James Butters for the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1936.
    • Lea-Griffin-Dortch house

    • 1963-10
    • The Griffin-Dortch house in Aberdeen, built c. 1851 on Commerce and Hickory, and named for General Lewis Lawrence Griffin (1794-1867). Originally built for Rev. Addison Lea (1813-1859), who ran the Monroe Female Institute in a separate building on...
    • Two women at Lauri Mundi

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    • Two unidentified women at Lauri Mundi, which was built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. Photo shows the house's original facade with one-story porch.

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