Pilgrimage Blue Tour [see locations]
Date(s) - 04/06/2013
9:00 am-12:00 pm
BLUE TOUR DATES & LOCATIONS
Tuesday, April 2 2pm – 5pm
Thursday, April 4 9am – noon
Saturday, April 6 9am – noon
Monday, April 8 9am – noon
Wednesday, April 10 2pm – 5pm
Friday, April 12 9am – noon
905 3rd Avenue North
An Italianate townhouse, Baskerville Manor delights the visitor’s eye with an asymmetrical arrangement of lines and shapes, brick walls, a symmetrical tower on the side, and a plethora of porches.
circa 1860 / Ms. Rachel George / National Register
STEPHEN D. LEE HOME/MUSEUM
Florence McLeod Hazard Museum
316 7th Street North
Once the home of CSA General Stephen D. Lee, this home was restored in 1960 by the Historical Society and the Society for the Preservation of Antiquities. It is now a house/museum exhibiting Civil War collections and artifacts.
circa 1847 / Owned by the Stephen D. Lee Foundation
National Register / Mississippi Landmark
AMZI LOVE HOME AND GARDENS
305 7th Street South
As the only home on pilgrimage that has remained in the same family for eight
generations, many of the fine furnishings are original to the house. Amzi Love is a tour home reviewed in Fodor’s Travel Guide and the New York Times Travel Magazine.
circa 1848 / Mr. and Mrs. R. Sidney Carradine / National Register