JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALDThe Phoenix Naval Stores Office on Creosote Road in Gulfport is one of the few buildings remaining from this once thriving lumber industry. After the plant closed, the office was converted into a residence. It is on the Mississippi Heritage Trust's 10 most endangered historic places in Mississippi.
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALDThe Phoenix Naval Stores Office on Creosote Road in Gulfport is one of the few buildings remaining from this once thriving lumber industry. After the plant closed, the office was converted into a residence. It is on the Mississippi Heritage Trust's 10 most endangered historic places in Mississippi. JOHN FTIZHUGH SUN HERALD
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALDThe Phoenix Naval Stores Office on Creosote Road in Gulfport is one of the few buildings remaining from this once thriving lumber industry. After the plant closed, the office was converted into a residence. It is on the Mississippi Heritage Trust's 10 most endangered historic places in Mississippi. JOHN FTIZHUGH SUN HERALD

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