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Cooper Postcard Collection  "Meyer & Schamber Jewelry Co., Meridian, Miss. First Floor Jewelry Department."  Meridian, Mississippi, Lauderdale County

Cooper Postcard Collection "Meyer & Schamber Jewelry Co., Meridian, Miss. First Floor Jewelry Department." Meridian, Mississippi, Lauderdale County

GM's freighthouse in Meridian, MS was a local landmark for many years before it was burned by vandals in 1994.

GM's freighthouse in Meridian, MS was a local landmark for many years before it was burned by vandals in 1994.

Meridian Male College, Meridian, MS; founded in 1901 and merged with Meridian Woman's College and Conservatory after 1913

Meridian Male College, Meridian, MS; founded in 1901 and merged with Meridian Woman's College and Conservatory after 1913

Cooper Postcard Collection  "Meyer and Schamber Jewelry Co. Meridian, Miss. Who sold the battleship silver service. Punch bowl, ladle, cups and tray of the silver service presented to the Battleship Mississippi by the people of the state after which it was named."  Meridian, Mississippi, Lauderdale County, 19--

Cooper Postcard Collection "Meyer and Schamber Jewelry Co. Meridian, Miss. Who sold the battleship silver service. Punch bowl, ladle, cups and tray of the silver service presented to the Battleship Mississippi by the people of the state after which it was named." Meridian, Mississippi, Lauderdale County, 19--

Cooper Postcard Collection  "Meyer & Schamber Jewelry Co. Meridian, Miss. Second Floor Art Department."

Cooper Postcard Collection "Meyer & Schamber Jewelry Co. Meridian, Miss. Second Floor Art Department."

Mississippi Medical College once located in Meridian. 1890's.  Click on photo slide the green fade bar to see what's there now.

Mississippi Medical College once located in Meridian. 1890's. Click on photo slide the green fade bar to see what's there now.

Union Station in Meridian MS served Mobile and Ohio, Southern Ry, and Illinois Central, 1916.  Click photo and use green fade button to see what it looks like today.

Union Station in Meridian MS served Mobile and Ohio, Southern Ry, and Illinois Central, 1916. Click photo and use green fade button to see what it looks like today.

Meridian grew into one of the largest Jewish communities in the state.  In 1927, 575 Jews lived in Meridian.  Jewish businesses dominated the city’s downtown.  These included Levy & Tannebaum Confectionary; Lowenstein & Brothers Grocery; Eagle Cotton Oil Company; Strauss & Lerner Jewelry Store; Metzger & Kahn wholesale and retail grocers; and many others.

Meridian grew into one of the largest Jewish communities in the state. In 1927, 575 Jews lived in Meridian. Jewish businesses dominated the city’s downtown. These included Levy & Tannebaum Confectionary; Lowenstein & Brothers Grocery; Eagle Cotton Oil Company; Strauss & Lerner Jewelry Store; Metzger & Kahn wholesale and retail grocers; and many others.

This 1956 view, taken from the top of the Threefoot Building, shows 22nd Avenue looking south. Before the construction of the James Melton Bridge, trains rolled through the downtown shopping area. Behind the train, to the right, is the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad Freight Terminal. Plans were under way to renovate the building for use as a railroad museum when it burned in 1995.

This 1956 view, taken from the top of the Threefoot Building, shows 22nd Avenue looking south. Before the construction of the James Melton Bridge, trains rolled through the downtown shopping area. Behind the train, to the right, is the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad Freight Terminal. Plans were under way to renovate the building for use as a railroad museum when it burned in 1995.

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