• North Central Ward School - Gulfport MS
    One of two new schools built with Public Works Administration (PWA) funds, the two schools combined were constructed for about $205,500, with PWA providing 45% of the funds (New Schools to be Opened Tonight, 1937). The school contained an auditorium to seat 498. It was demolished circa 1999.
  • Post Office (former) - Bay St. Louis MS
    The Colonial Revival-style post office building in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi was constructed by Dye and Mullings on behalf of the federal Treasury Department. It is now privately owned.
  • West Ward School - Gulfport MS
    One of two schools constructed with 45% funding from Public Works Administration, the West Ward school had 16 rooms and a capacity in each for 40-45 students. A library/conference room was upstairs. The two buildings constructed at the same time by the same architects and builders cost a total of about $205,500. The building was demolished in 1994.