A portion of the historic Pascagoula Ice House is being torn down. The portion with the distinctive architecture, as seen through the fence around the demolition site, will remain and be sold as part of the three acres near U.S. 90.
A portion of the historic Pascagoula Ice House is being torn down. The portion with the distinctive architecture, as seen through the fence around the demolition site, will remain and be sold as part of the three acres near U.S. 90. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com
A portion of the historic Pascagoula Ice House is being torn down. The portion with the distinctive architecture, as seen through the fence around the demolition site, will remain and be sold as part of the three acres near U.S. 90. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com

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