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Meek-Duvall House   (circa 1879)
803 University Avenue
Oxford, MS 39655

The first home of William Faulkner and his wife, Estelle. They rented a portion of this house in 1929, from Elma Meek, who named the first University's yearbook, "Ole Miss." It was here that Faulkner penned "As I Lay Dying" and "A Rose for Emily."

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Oxford Area Attractions

Burns-Belfry Museum & Multicultural Center
St. Peter's Cemetery
J.D. Williams Library
Meek-Duvall House
Brandt Memory House
College Hill Presbyterian Church
University of Mississippi Museum, The
Lafayette County Courthouse
Walton-Young Historic House, The
Thompson-Chandler House

 

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