Built in 1843 by James Walton Harris, Whitehall was originally designed as a two-story Greek Revival townhouse. The stately mansion exhibits six square, paneled columns at the edge of a wooden porch. The banisters bordering the porch consist of identically-milled hardwood balusters. Inside the home, heart-pine floors and handsome woodwork provide the background for the Boggess’ collection of 18th- and 19th-century antiques.

Dr. and Mrs. Joe Boggess & Family / National Register / Historic American Buildings Survey


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Spring Pilgrimage

We invite you to join us for the 80th Annual Columbus, Mississippi Spring Pilgrimage! Take a trip back in time and enjoy unparalleled hospitality and rich heritage at…

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At the end of the day, it’s all about the experience. In Historic Columbus, you’ll experience a level of comfort and hospitality like no place else. Enjoy a restful night…
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