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Beverly Haas Dixon and Tessie Brunini Schweitzer
Ann Freutel Gilman and Agnes Banchetti Howell
Doris Hosemann and Charlene Guiney Bullock
Sister Mary Paulinus Oakes R.S.M. talking to classmates.
Books on sale about the Sisters of Mercy. The Tapestry of Mercy was written by Sister Mary Paulinus Oakes, R.S.M. and Angels of Mercy by Sister Ignatius Sumner.
Cobb House and Sisters of Mercy Convent before our tour. She told us that the auditorium was used as a scene in the movie "Old Brother Where Art Thou", which was filmed and then released in December 2000.
Looking towards the convent on the side front porch of Cobb House.
Siege of Vicksburg.
A beautiful antique four poster bed on second floor of Cobb House.
An antique washstand next to bed.
Another antique four poster bed across the hallway.
Classmates standing outside the backside of Cobb House discussing the tour.
Stairs going down towards the tunnels.
Stairs going up towards second floor of high school, Cobb House and convent.
Making our way to tour the old Sisters of Mercy convent.
The chapel that was used for Mass at the convent. It is now being used by an Episcopal Church.
Looking out towards the gardens and the old janitorial shed from the back window of the chapel.
An upstairs room in convent.
Water fountain in hallway of convent.
Frank Schlosser looking around upstairs in the convent.Southern Cultural Heritage Center, formerly, SFXA, the 3rd Annual Classics in the Courtyard, October 15, 22, 29 and November 5, 2010, will be held here.