Architect Drawing of the National Guard Old ArmorySource: City of Armory (http://www.cityofamoryms.com/amory-proud/old-armory/)
The Works Progress Administration financed the construction of a national guard armory and rifle range for Amory. Architects N. W. Overstreet and A. H. Town designed the building, “expected to exceed $56,000 and take 12 months” (Daily Clarion-Ledger, Oct. 6, 1940, p. 5). The average number of workers for the project was 44. In 2002, the building was named a Mississippi Landmark.
Old National Guard Armory, Amory. Mississippi Department of Archives and History. Historic Resources Inventory. Retrieved from http://www.apps.mdah.ms.gov/Public/prop.aspx?view=architectural
"Amory Studies Armory Plans." (Feb. 22, 1940). Daily Clarion-Ledger, p. 4.
"Amory to Have Work." (Oct. 6, 1940). Daily Clarion-Ledger, p. 5.
City of Armory (http://www.cityofamoryms.com/amory-proud/old-armory/), accessed December 22, 2017.
Project originally submitted by Susan Allen on December 22, 2017.
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