Brandt Memory House

Memory House, home of The University of Mississippi Foundation, was officially dedicated to Ole Miss alumnus and longtime supporter Louis Brandt of Houston, Texas.

Chancellor Robert Khayat and Don L. Fruge' recognized Brandt for his significant role in the acquisition and care of Brandt Memory House, which welcomes countless visitors to the Oxford campus through its meeting, dining, and reception areas.

Louis K. Brandt contributed the seed money for the University Foundation to purchase Memory House and its grounds, retired the mortgage after its renovation, and created an endowment for its upkeep. He also has provided critical support to the University's academic and athletics programs for more than 20 years.

History of Memory House

The following is a brief history of Memory House, The Foundation's home, via Jack Case Wilson's   book Faulkner's, Fortunes and Flames . If you have any additional information or questions regarding Memory House, please contact Sandra Guest.

"There is a unique feeling that old houses develop after surviving for more than a century. That special warmth and Southern gentility has once again been recaptured at Memory House -- home of the University of Mississippi Foundation."

Wilson, Jack Case , Faulkners, Fortunes and Flames,
--> Annandale Press, Nashville 1985, p82-85.