Mississippi State University: Montgomery Hall Repairs – Starkville MS

Description

Projects w1209, w1226-1 and w1226-2 constructed buildings on the campus of then Mississippi State College (now Mississippi State University). The projects were part of a 5-year building program from 1934-1939 totaling $1,424,478. The former Scientific Building, renamed Montgomery Agricultural Hall, constructed in 1902, was altered for classrooms and offices, with additional in 1939 as part of the building program. Architects were Stevens & Johnston, contractor was I. C. Garber and Son.

Source notes

Report No. 5. Status of Completed Non-Federal Allotted Projects. Region No. 3 Mississippi. (January 3, 1940). Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works Projects Division, p. 105.

Mississippi Department of Archives & History. Historic Resources Inventory database. Retrieved August 13, 2019 from https://www.apps.mdah.ms.gov/Public/rpt.aspx?rpt=publicPropSearch&Name=&StreetNo=&StreetName=&City=Starkville&County=Any

Building Work Set at State. (Aug. 9, 1939). Clarion-Ledger, p. 10.

Architect Changes "Face" of College. (May 4, 1949). Clarion-Ledger, p. 4.

Project originally submitted by Susan Allen on August 13, 2019.

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Location Info


Darden Street
Starkville, Mississippi 39762

Location notes: Latitude (Y): 33.45379091 Longitude (X): -88.79132714

Coordinates: 33.4537051, -88.7916004

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