Lauren Rogers Museum of Art
Located on a broad, tree-lined avenue among turn-of-the-century homes near the center of town, the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art is a Georgian Revival structure designed by New Orleans architect Rathbone deBuys. Large, double-hung sash windows accentuate an exterior of local brick with Indiana limestone. The slender, attenuated metal columns in front were made locally by the Laurel Machine and Foundry Company.
The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art includes an extensive art and local history library with more than 10,000 volumes, but the primary focus of the Museum is its collections . Contributions from the private collections of the founding families formed the original collection, and these works remain at the core of the Museum's holdings. 
Lauren Rogers Museum of Art's mailing address is P.O. Box 1108 and is located at 5th Ave. at 7th St., Laurel, MS 39440. LRMA is located in historic downtown Laurel. See the Museum's website for hours and fees.
1. The above description of the Museum is excerpted from the history section of the Museum's web site.
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