The Eureka School was one of the first modern brick buildings constructed in Mississippi. Built in 1921, the solid masonry building underwent a significant renovation in the 1950’s robbing the façade of its modest, yet handsome portico. Construction documents to restore the original façade and portico were completed by Albert & Associates Architects in October of 2007. 

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Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Eureka Civil Rights Museum

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