Location Information
(for the Bishop Charles B. Galloway House)
Name:Bishop Charles B. Galloway House
Address:304 Congress Street, North
City/County:Jackson, Hinds County
Architectural Information
Construction Date:1889
Architectural Styles(s):Second Empire, Eclectic/Composite
Registration Information
NR District Name:Smith Park Architectural
NR Status:Contributing
Element No.:14
Built in 1889, this house was the residence of Methodist Bishop Bishop Charles Betts Galloway (1849-1909). It is an impressive and well preserved two-story wood-frame Late Victorian Eclectic house that combines Eastlake, Second Empire, Queen Anne, and Gothic stylistic features. It is now used for law offices.

The house is listed as a contributing element (element #14) in the in the Smith Park Architectural District, which was placed on the National Register on 23 March 1976.

It is included in "Jackson Landmarks" (1982) (pp. 46-47), "Victorian Houses of Mississippi" (2005) (p. 90), and "Buildings of Mississippi" (2020) (p. 241, at the end of the listing for Galloway United Methodist Church, JM17).