imagination sparked in laurel, mississippi

I love old stuff, I really do. Old houses, old streets, old trees–all of it. Was fortunate to spend a Sunday afternoon in Laurel, Mississippi, a couple weekends ago, and the Busy Bee News-Coins-Pipe Shop on N. Fifth Street? Imagination sparked.

Busy Bee News-Coins-Pipe Shop Laurel Mississippi Deep South

The news and pipe shop made complete sense to me. But coins? Something I’d have to research/parse later.

Fifth Street is a main artery from the historic downtown area, and it’s dotted with old buildings and Southern live oaks. More lovely than I could have anticipated.

Laurel Mississippi City Hall Deep South

Laurel Mississippi Fifth Street Southern live oaks Deep South

A little further down is the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art and although the museum doesn’t permit photos outside of the lobby area, the collections are diverse and exceptional.

Across the street from the museum is the Rogers-Green House, which is pretty magnificent, at least to this passerby.

Rogers-Green House Laurel Mississippi Deep South

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