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The Mill at MSU unveils Nat’l Register of Historic Places markers

Last week, the Mill at MSU unveiled two markers at its entryway signaling the building’s recent designation on the National Register of Historic Places.

For those of you are that unfamiliar with the historic John M. Stone Cotton Mill, formerly known as Mississippi State’s E.E. Cummings Building, it was turned into a state-of-the-art conference center back in 2014 and is now commonly used by the university for special events such as banquets and bazaars.

For a full timeline of the Mill’s history, click here, and to hear more about the building’s designation on the National Register of Historic Places, check out the interview with lead developer Mark Castleberry below.

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