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Jones, Robert Cook (b.1904? - d.)
Architect, Jackson, MS
Born in Crystal Springs, MS, attended Mississippi A&M College (MSU) from 1922-1926, graduating with a degree in Engineering. During the summers, he worked in the office of C.H. LINDSLEY. Through this contact, he met Gabriel Ferrand, head of the School of Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, and obtained a scholarship for his first year there. He graduated from Washington in 1931 with a B. of Arch, after working the summers with the St. Louis firm LaBeaume & Klein. Returning to Jackson aftr graduation, he worked in the office of HULL & MALVANEY and then HULL & DRUMMOND from 1933 until about 1939 when he became the draftman for the SCHOOL BUILDING SERVICE in the Miss. Department of Education. He continued with the department, promoted to assistant director of the SBS by 1945, apparently for the rest of his career, at least until the early 1960s.
DateInventory#Name of PropertyRoleDescription of WorkLocation
 c. 1927029-CRS-0019-NRDBuilder/ContractorOriginal buildingCrystal Springs, Copiah Co.