Leesville Hotel – 1907
This hotel had thirty-five guest rooms and was the latest in high style when built in 1907. Combining Mission and Classical styles, the hotel originally had a large, two-story porch with Roman columns in the center of the main facade. Built in a combination of Mission and Classical style, the hotel originally had a large, two-story porch, with Roman columns, in the center of the main facade. As was the custom with hotels, located on the first floor in front of the main entrance was a brass compass. The infamous Bonnie and Clyde were among some of its most notorious guests.