Laird Cottage - Geneva Mercer Museum

311 North Walnut Avenue
Demopolis, AL 36732


The Laird Cottage is a restored 1870 residence with Greek Revival and Italianate style. It serves as the headquarters of the Marengo County Historical Society. It also has a museum that contains exhibits and works of Geneva Mercer, a native artist and sculptor. It is best known for serving as the headquarters of the Marengo County Historical Society and the Geneva Mercer Museum. It was transformed into a biographical museum by the Marengo County Historical Society for the Marengo County native, Geneva Mercer.The Geneva Mercer Museum tells of her life and features her work

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