Mississippi Industrial College was an important early African-American school in Holly Springs.
The Roberts-Anderson was a Greek Revival home built around 1845 and destroyed in 2008.
This Italianate house was built around 1880 and destroyed in 2010.
The Howard-Purcell House was a late Queen Anne Victorian house built in about 1910 and destroyed in 2015 to make way for a Family Dollar Store.
The Davis-Neal House was a Craftsman Bungalow built in 1925 and destroyed in 2015.
Walter Place, built in 1859, is one of the grandest and most unique mansions in all of Mississippi.
The very grand (and very pink) Magnolias is a Gothic Revival home in Holly Springs.
The Pines is an Italianate home on Craft Street in Holly Springs.
Greenwood, built in 1838 as one of the first mansions in Holly Springs, contains a long and fascinating history.
Montrose is one of the most well-known of the great Greek Revival mansions in Holly Springs.