Armory (former) – Meadville MS

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Description

The National Guard Armory in Meadville was designed in an Art Moderne style by architects N W Overstreet and A H Town. It was constructed by the WPA in 1938. It is currently in use by the Franklin County School District as the Junior ROTC program.

Source notes

Mississippi Department of Archives and History. Historic Resources Inventory database. National Guard Armory Meadville.

Project originally submitted by Susan Allen on November 14, 2016.

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Location Info


Main Street and Olive Street
Meadville, MS 39653

Location notes: Northwest corner

Coordinates: 31.472778, -90.890572

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