Welcome to Tag Calhoun - Marshall
Time stands still in Marshall; a beautiful Victorian-era community featuring a picturesque National Historic Landmark District. Visitors are welcomed by the Brooks Memorial Fountain, a grand white-pillared fountain built in 1930, which features a fascinating light and water show. A stroll down tree-lined streets will reveal a variety of bustling shops filled with one-of-a-kind treasures and fully restored Victorian homes.
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Stop #1 on the Marshall tour
The unique residence known as the Honolulu House was built in 1860 as a private residence for Justice Abner Pratt. The Honolulu House Museum is the centerpiece of Marshall’s National Historic Landmark District and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and the Historic American Buildings Survey.
Brooks Memorial Fountain
Stop #2 on the Marshall tour
At first glance, Marshall’s fountain circle might seem like nothing more than a prettier alternative to a traffic light. In fact, it was a given to the city from one of Marshall’s most important benefactors, Harold C. Brooks, in 1930 for the town’s centennial celebration. On summer nights, the Brooks Fountain still wows passers-by with its beautiful displays of colored lights.
G.A.R. Memorial Hall
Stop #3 on the Marshall tour
Can you guess what G.A.R. Stands for? The answer is Grand Army of the Republic. In 1920, the Marshall chapter of this organization built the G.A.R. Memorial Hall as a meeting place and functional hall for Civil War veterans and their sons.