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The Oakleigh Historic Complex is a historic complex in Mobile, Alabama. It is composed of a series of buildings that had various functions in the past. Its centerpiece is the historic home known as the Oakleigh.

The Oakleigh was built in 1833 by James W. Roper. Roper was a brick mason, originally from Virginia. He was also a cotton factor and a dry goods merchant. He also had other businesses, like a brickyard located in downtown Mobile.

There are a couple of other buildings inside the Oakleigh Historic Complex. These include the 1850 Cook House, the 1850 Cox Deasy Cottage, and the Minnie Mitchell Archives used by the Historic Mobile Preservation Society for storing their archives. The other buildings are used as museums.
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