Mississippi State University

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  1. Points of Interest

    1. Cotton Mill Convention Center / E. E. Cooley Building

      The E.E. Cooley Building (John M. Stone Cotton Mill) was built in 1902. Located just off campus, the Stone Cotton Mill is a reminder of the early 20th century movement to bring textile technology and manufacturing to Mississippi. The mill was indirectly associated with the Textile School at Mississippi State for 12 years. It operated as a cotton mill until 1962. Mississippi State purchased the building in 1965 and changed its name to the E.E. Cooley Building, naming it for the former superintendent of utilities who served the university for 46 years. Presently, it is undergoing renovation to become a new world-class conference center. This building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.