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When it comes to Mississippi there Oxford and her environs are always in so many of our minds. Here are a selection of photos from the Oxford area that make for great decorative elements no matter where life has taken you since University.
The full moon begins to set behind Square Books in Oxford Mississippi, its sign for Fortune's Famous Ice Cream lit by the rising sun.
The monument in memory of the “University Greys”, officially Company A of the 11th Mississippi, a Confederate States of America unit raised from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) student body and professors during the American Civil War.
Ventress Hall on the campus of the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) was built following the American Civil War in 1889.
The view of William Faulkner's front porch at Rowen Oak. Faulkner was living here when he wrote many of the novels set in Yoknapatawpha County, and was living here when he won the Nobel Prize. Rowen Oak is now owned and managed by Ole Miss, in Oxford Mississippi.
The statue of James Meredith on the University of Mississippi campus. Ole Miss, and the city of Oxford erupted in riots when the Kennedy administration used US Marshals to enforce the federal court order to allow Meredith to enroll in 1962. In 2006 the University installed this statue to recognize Mr. Meredith's contributions to the modernization of the state, and his personal sacrifices.
The Lyceum at Ole Miss, the oldest building on campus. It was used as a hospital for soldiers from both sides during the American Civil War.
The Lyceum at Ole Miss is the oldest building on the University campus. It was used by both sides of the American Civil War as a hospital, and is the symbolic heart of the university and the city.