Auburn, Alabama

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Auburn Players Theater (Lee County, Alabama)
The oldest building in its original location on the campus of Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.
Cullars Rotation (Lee County, Alabama)
The oldest ongoing cotton fertility experiment in the United States, the oldest soil fertility experiment in the Southern United States, and the second oldest continuous cotton experiment in the world.
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church (Lee County, Alabama)
The first African American church built in the Auburn area after the end of the Civil War in 1865.
Noble Hall (Lee County, Alabama)
A historic Greek Revival style plantation house in Auburn, Alabama.
Old President's Mansion (Lee County, Alabama)
Was constructed in 1915 as the residence for the president of Auburn University (then the Alabama Polytechnic Institute).
Old Rotation (Lee County, Alabama)
The third-oldest ongoing field crop experiment in the United States and the oldest continuous cotton experiment in the world.
Robert Wilton Burton House (Lee County, Alabama)
Scott-Yarbrough House (Lee County, Alabama)
An antebellum cottage in Auburn, Alabama.
U.S. Post Office (Lee County, Alabama)