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MAYCOMB JAIL. It "was the most venerable and hideous of the county's buildings." It "was a miniature Gothic joke one cell wide and two cells high, complete with tiny battlements and flying buttresses. It had a "red brick facade" and "ecclesiastical windows," and stood on a hill between the hardware store and the jail.
MAYCOMB SCHOOL. The school is right around the corner from the Finch house and is visible from Scout's front yard. It has a dirt school yard and an auditorium, but there is little else mentioned about the description of the school.
MRS. DUBOSE'S HOUSE. Mrs. Dubose lived two doors up from the Finches. The house had a front porch where the old lady liked to sit; her beloved camellias grew in the front yard.
FIRST PURCHASE A.M.E. CHURCH. The outside had peeling paint with the only steeple and bell in Maycomb. The adjoining church yard was of clay, with a cemetery on one side. Inside, the church was unpainted and the ceiling open. It was lighted by kerosene lamps and "pine benches served as pews."
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