• Carthage Elementary School (former) - Carthage MS
    The Colonial Revival elementary school was designed by James Manly Spain as Proj. No. Miss. 1233-DS, funded by the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works. Construction began 12/30/1937 and was completed 9/23/1938. The Public Works provided a grant of $42,924 toward the total estimated cost of $95,454 . The "I" shaped brick featured a 1-story front and a 2-story rear portion, which contains the auditorium. Tuscan columns support the recessed front entrance, which features an arched fanlight above the wood double-leaf wood doors. It was converted to a community center in 2012 and is part of the Carthage Historic District.
  • Leake County Courthouse - Carthage MS
    The three-story, brick and cast stone Art Deco courthouse was constructed 1935-36 as Public Works Administration (PWA) Project Miss. 1042. It was remodeled in 1976.
  • Post Office - Carthage MS
    The historic post office in Carthage, Mississippi was completed in 1940 with funds provided by the Treasury Department. It is also the site of Peter Dalton's 1941 wood carving, "Lumbermen Rolling a Log," completed with funds provided by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts and viewable in the lobby.
  • Post Office Bas Relief - Carthage MS
    Peter Dalton completed this carved wood bas relief, entitled "Lumbermen Rolling a Log," in 1941 with funds provided by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It is viewable in the lobby of Carthage's historic post office.