Saturday, August 13, 2022

Photographer Danny Dickey Captures Oxford, Ole Miss Beauty

Hobby photographer Danny Dickey of Tupelo has an expert eye for Ole Miss athletic sports and especially Oxford’s beauty.

For all of the University of Mississippi graduates and former residents who miss Oxford and the university campus, this photo gallery is for y’all.

The Square Books is a staple on the Square for residents and visitors.
The Square Books is a staple on the Square for residents and visitors.
From Ole Miss' Homecoming to Oxford Maker's Market, the courthouse lawn is welcome to the public.
From Ole Miss’ Homecoming to Oxford Maker’s Market, the courthouse lawn is welcome to the public.
Historic Lafayette County Courthouse was constructed in 1872.
Historic Lafayette County Courthouse was constructed in 1872.
The Ventress Hall (constructed in 1889) served as the library, then as School of Law, then used by Geology department and now is used by College of Liberal Arts.
The Ventress Hall (constructed in 1889) served as the library, then as School of Law, then used by Geology department and now is used by College of Liberal Arts.
The Lyceum is a U.S. National Historic Landmark. One can find the bullet holes from the 1962 riot.
The Lyceum is a U.S. National Historic Landmark. One can find the bullet holes from the 1962 riot.
The statue is modeled after a picture of former Ole Miss wingback Billy Harthcock catching a pass. It also references to  photographs of other Ole Miss players, according to sculptor James Bartlett.
The statue is modeled after a picture of former Ole Miss wingback Billy Harthcock catching a pass. It also references to photographs of other Ole Miss players, according to sculptor James Bartlett.

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