Guests of the French Hotel/Edwards House could enjoy the Gulf breezes from the 600-foot pavilion that encircled a large oak tree on the front lawn of the property.
Guests of the French Hotel/Edwards House could enjoy the Gulf breezes from the 600-foot pavilion that encircled a large oak tree on the front lawn of the property. Photo courtesy of Paul Jermyn
Guests of the French Hotel/Edwards House could enjoy the Gulf breezes from the 600-foot pavilion that encircled a large oak tree on the front lawn of the property. Photo courtesy of Paul Jermyn

In the 1940s, a Creole cottage in Ocean Springs became the French Hotel

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