Lagoon in Highland Park
Meridian's most visible icon, the Threefoot Building, was built in 1929.
Israel A Marks (1913), by Allen George Newman
The area which is now Meridian was previously part of the Choctaw Nation.
Historic Park sign
A monument in Rose Hill Cemetery honoring Lewis A. Ragsdale, one of the founders of Meridian.
Historic Dentzel Carousel
Choctaw Native American Jack Amos led rescue efforts to save drowning Confederate soldiers in the Chunky Creek Train Wreck of 1863.
Highland Park Dentzel Carousel
Union General William Tecumseh Sherman
Ducks in the park
Postcard of downtown Meridian in its "golden age."
Wechsler School, the first brick public school for blacks in the state
Postcard of Meridian's Union Station, built in 1906
One of Meridian's Carnegie libraries is now the Meridian Museum of Art
The doughboy monument, erected after World War I to honor Meridianites lost in battle.
Meridian's Temple Theater
Meridian's Riley Center, renovated in 2006
The Threefoot Building, currently awaiting renovation.

Historic park in Meridian, Mississippi, United States.

- Highland Park (Meridian, Mississippi)

The most common stop for the streetcars during this era was Highland Park, located at the end of the 34th Avenue line.

- History of Meridian, Mississippi
Lagoon in Highland Park

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