Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome PM 1968 Apr-24

Description:
BELLEMONT MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Hiway 61 South at City Limits Natchez, Mississippi Phone (601) 445-8291 T.W.X. (601) 442-0661 Famous Cabana Room, Cocktail Bar, Professional Tennis Court, Pool, Dining Terrace, Five Acres of Landscaped Grounds. Southern Hospitality at its Best.


D'Evereux
Title:
D'Evereux
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused



Elmscourt
Title:
Elmscourt
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused


Lansdowne
Title:
Lansdowne
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1949 Mar-24



Eola Hotel
Title:
Eola Hotel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
A strictly modern, fireproof hotel in one of America's oldest cities, where the Old Smith still lives and where shaded highways and ante bellum homes greet new and old friends.


Eola Motor Hotel - Downtown
Title:
Eola Motor Hotel - Downtown
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
In one of America's oldest and most interesting cities. "Where the Old South Still Lives." Antebellum homes open all year, Walkin Tours. Coffee shop - dining room - River Road Lounge, famous four our fine Southern Cooking.



Mammy's Cupboard
Title:
Mammy's Cupboard
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Continental Chrome unused


Steamboat Landing, Natchez under the Hill
Title:
Steamboat Landing, Natchez under the Hill
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-17



Prentiss Motel
Title:
Prentiss Motel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome

Description:
150 attractively furnished rooms with air conditioning - Color TV - Direct-dial phones (free local calls) - Heated Swimming Pool - Coffee Shop - Dining Room - Lounge. Dine & Dance to Live Entertainment in the Governor's Room. Ten minutes from the heart of Natchez on U.S. 61 at Junction of Highways 65 - 84 & 98.


Stanton Hall
Title:
Stanton Hall
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Albertype Co.



Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern motor hotel of 66 rooms and tiled baths offers the ultimate in service to discriminating guests whether traveling for business or for pleasure. Suites; hot air heat; air conditioning; phones; dining room; dining terrace; cabana room; swimming pool; shuffle board.


Eola Hotel
Title:
Eola Hotel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen



Bellemont Motor Hotel & Restaurant
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel & Restaurant
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen


Melrose
Title:
Melrose
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused



Landsdowne: Natchez, Miss.
Title:
Landsdowne: Natchez, Miss.
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Real Photo unused


Belle of the Bends
Title:
Belle of the Bends
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1916

Description:
With U.S. Battleship Mississippi in the background. The first battleship to go up the Mississippi River.



Steamboat Landing under the Hill
Title:
Steamboat Landing under the Hill
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM Mar-18


Monteigne - Home of the Kendall Family
Title:
Monteigne - Home of the Kendall Family
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused



Scene from Confederate Pageant
Title:
Scene from Confederate Pageant
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Presented each year in the month of March, during the annual Pilgrimage


Old South Cafe
Title:
Old South Cafe
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused



Longwood
Title:
Longwood
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Begun before the Civil War, the interior still unfinished due to reverses and death of owner. Moorish type, octagon in shape


Connelly's Tavern
Title:
Connelly's Tavern
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Connelly's Tavern, Ellicotts Hill. Erected by Spanish citizens in 1795. Sold later to Patrick Connelly who ran an inn. It was here that Commissioner Ellicott encamped in 1797 when he came to ascertain the boundary between the U. S. and Spanish possession. On this hill he raised Old Glory in defiance of Spanish orders. One year later the Spaniards evacuated Natchez. The building has been restored by Natchez Garden Club, and is used as Club Headquarters



Aerial View of Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Title:
Aerial View of Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
"Luxury Accommodations for Discriminating Guests". 61 So. & 65 So. Phone 2430. "Natchez Finest". This modern fireproof motor hotel of 66 rooms and tiled baths offers the ultimate in service to discriminating guests whether traveling for business or for pleasure. Rooms and suites have carpeted floors; summer and winter air conditioning; sterilized Phones & Glasses; finest of mattresses. The air conditioned dining room & coffee shop serve food to please the most fastidious. Karl R. Ewald, Jr. - Co-Owner & Mgr. A.C. Lewis, Jr. - Co-Owner


Greetings
Title:
Greetings
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1947



Auburn at Duncan Park
Title:
Auburn at Duncan Park
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Real Photo unused


Bellemont Motor Hotel
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome

Description:
BELLEMONT MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Hiway 61 South at City Limits Natchez, Mississippi Phone (601) 445-8291 P.O. Box 515 Famous Cabana Room, Cocktail Bar, Professional Tennis Court, Pool, Dining Terrace, Five Acres of Landscaped Grounds. Southern Hospitality at its Best



"Choctaw"
Title:
"Choctaw"
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1946 Oct-23

Description:
Built 1809


"Linden", Home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fauntleroy and Family
Title:
"Linden", Home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fauntleroy and Family
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
"Linden" is one of the extremely old mansions of Natchez - known to have existed as far back as 1790. Fan lights and door side lights feature Gallery. The Gallery is 98 ft. long, supported by columns being made of a solid piece of timber hand hewn and hand polished Curt Teich & Co



Pool Scene, Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Title:
Pool Scene, Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
61 South and 65 South. Phone 8291. Natchez' Finest. This modern motor hotel of 100 rooms and tiled baths offers the ultimate in service to discriminating guests whether traveling for business or for pleasure. Suites; hot air heat; air conditioning; phones; dining room; dining service; cabana room; swimming pool. Karl R. Ewald, Jr. - Arthur C. Lewis, Jr., co-owners. Paige Bellican, hotel manager. Mr. Ritchie, catering manager Dexter Press, Inc


Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel and Restaurant
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
61 and 65 South. Phone 8291. This modern motor hotel of 66 rooms and tiled baths offers the ultimate in service to discriminating guests whether traveling for business or for pleasure. Suites; hot air heat; air conditioning; phones; dining room; dining terrace; cabana room; swimming pool; shuffle board. Karl R. Ewald, Jr. - Arthur C. Lewis, Jr., co-owners. Paige Bellican, hotel manager. Mrs. Hart, catering manager



Elmscourt
Title:
Elmscourt
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Its galleries of lacy iron work brought from Belgium are unusual. Built 1810. Enlarged and remodeled by Ayers P. Merrill; United States minister to Belgium under the Grant Administration; contains many treasures; particularly interesting is the pier table which originally was made for the Duke of Devonshire


The Burn, 1832
Title:
The Burn, 1832
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Mr. & Mrs. S. Beekman Laub



St. Mary's Cathedral
Title:
St. Mary's Cathedral
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
The cornerstone of this splendid Gothic Cathedral was laid in 1842, and the first mass was said within its walls in 1843. Since then, each generation has contributed to its completion; there being added successively its vaulted and frescoed ceilings, its fine stained glass windows, and its exquisite carrara marble altar. The first white men in this section were missionary priests who came in 1699, to bring the gospel to the natives


Prentiss Motel
Title:
Prentiss Motel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
10 minutes from the heart of Natchez. On US Highway 61 at junction Hwys 65 - 84 & 98. 150 attractively furnished rooms with air conditioning - color TV - direct dial phones (free local calls) - heated swimming pool - coffee shop - dining room - lounge. Dine & dance to live entertainment in the Governor's Room



Eola Motor Hotel
Title:
Eola Motor Hotel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
In one of America's oldest and most interesting cities. "Where the Old South Still Lives". Antebellum homes open all year. Walkin tours, coffee shop - dining room - River Road Lounge; famous for our fine Southern cooking


The Briers
Title:
The Briers
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Built before 1818. It was here in the front drawing room in 1845 that Varina Howell was married to Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy. During the shelling of Natchez, in the latter part of the War between the States, the front gallery post was torn away E. C. Kropp Co



Dunleith
Title:
Dunleith
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1923 Oct-04


Prentiss Motel
Title:
Prentiss Motel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
10 minutes from the heart of Natchez, Mississippi on U.S. Highway 61 at Junction Hwys. 65 - 84 & 98. 110 attractively furnished rooms with air conditioning - color TV - direct-dial phones (free local calls) - heated swimming pool - coffee shop - dining room - lounge. Dine & dance to live entertainment in the Governor's Room. Phone (601) 442-1691



"Longwood"
Title:
"Longwood"
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Set in a forest of moss-draped trees, the weird and ghostly "longwood", home of Mr. James Ward, is located. This house was under construction at the beginning of the war between the States and was never completed


Prentiss Motel
Title:
Prentiss Motel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
PRENTISS MOTEL 10 minutes from the heart of Natchez, Mississippi On U.S. Highway 61 at Junction Hwys. 65 -- 84 & 98. 150 attractively furnished rooms with air conditioning--Color TV--Direct-dial phones (free local calls)--Heated Swimming Pool--Coffee Shop--Dining Room--Lounge. Dine & Dance to Live Entertainment in the Governor's Room. Phone (601) 442-1691



Pretiss Motel
Title:
Pretiss Motel
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
10 minutes from the heart of Natchez, Mississippi On U.S. Highway 61 at the Junction Hwys. 65 - 84 & 98. 150 attractively furnished rooms with air conditioning - Color TV - Direct-dial phones (free local calls) - Heated Swimming Pool - Coffee Shop - Dining Room - Lounge. Dine & Dance to Live Entertainment in the Governor's Room. Phone (601) 442-1691


Longwood
Title:
Longwood
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1939 Oct-23

Description:
“Longwood” begun before the Civil War. The interior still unfinished due to reverses and death of the owner. Moorish type, octagon in shape



Rosalie D. A. R. State Shrine - builtin 1820
Title:
Rosalie D. A. R. State Shrine - builtin 1820
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1954 Mar-29


Staton Hall
Title:
Staton Hall
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Club House of the Pilgrimage Garden Club



Bellemont Motor Hotel And Restaurant, Highway 61
Title:
Bellemont Motor Hotel And Restaurant, Highway 61
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 75161 Professional Tennis Court - Swimming Pool - Dining Terrace - Spacious Cabana Dining Room, French Room for meetings and banquets - Five Acres of Beautiful Landscaped Grounds. Southern Hospitality at its best.


Elmscourt
Title:
Elmscourt
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Series 32728 Central portion of house erected about 1810. Enlarged and remodelled by Ayres P. Merrill, United States Minister to Belgium under the Grant administration. Its galleries of lacy iron work, said to have been brought from Belgium, are unusual in this vicinity. Of Particular interest is a dining table over which is suspended a punkah, a relic of slave days.



Arlington
Title:
Arlington
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Series 2A362-N “Arlington” built in 1816. One of the finest old mansions containing many relics of the past. Antique Furniture, painting and rare articles.


Hawthorne
Title:
Hawthorne
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Series 32794N Built about 1814. It is a typical Southern Planters Home built on Simple lines, with a surprisingly spacious interior. The lands on which it stands were included in a huge British grant to the Williams Family. Lafayette was entertained here in 1825.



Ravenna
Title:
Ravenna
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Series 9A839 Ravenna -Built in 1835. During the War Between the States the bayou which surrounds the place was used to slip supplies through the Yankee lines to the Confederates camped on the edge of town. Famous for its beautiful hall, exceptional staircase and azalea gardens. Open to visitors each spring under auspices of The Natchez Garden Club.


Cherokee
Title:
Cherokee
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Series 32792-7 This house antedates nearly all the grand mansions of Natchez. Cherokee dates to two distinct periods. The rear section being of Spanish origin was erected as early a 1794. Later David Machie a gentleman of Irish extraction added the Palladian front, thus becoming famous as a typical Irish manor house.



Connelly's Tavern Ellicotts Hill
Title:
Connelly's Tavern Ellicotts Hill
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1910 Oct-24

Description:
Series 7A495 Restored by Natchez Garden Club, Used as Club Headquarters. Erected by Spanish citizens in 1795. Sold later to Patrick Connelly who ran an inn. It was here that Commissioner Ellicott encamped in 1797 when he came to ascertain the boudary between the U. S. and Spanish Possession. On this hill he raised Old Glory in defiance of Spanish orders. One year later the Spaniards evacuated Natchez.


D'Evereux
Title:
D'Evereux
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Situated on the Natchez Trace. "The heart of Maryland" was filmed here. Henry Clay, when running for the presidency of the United States visited here. A ball was given in his honor and three thousand candles were used. The lovely gardens. Terraces, lakes and swans were destroyed when the union soldiers camped on the estate. Built 1840.



Prentiss Motel, U. S. Highway 61
Title:
Prentiss Motel, U. S. Highway 61
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
10 minutes from the heart of Natchez. Mississippi On U.S. Highway 61 at Junction Hwys. 65 - 84 & 98. 150 attractively furnished rooms with air conditioning - Color TV - Direct-dial phones (free local calls) - Heated Swimming Pool - Coffee Shop - Dining Room - Lounge. Dine & Dance to Live Entertainment in the Governor's Room


Prentiss Motel, U. S. Highway 61 at Junction Hwys. 65
Title:
Prentiss Motel, U. S. Highway 61 at Junction Hwys. 65
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
10 minutes from the heart of Natchez. Mississippi On U.S. Highway 61 at Junction Hwys. 65 - 84 & 98. 150 attractively furnished rooms with air conditioning - Color TV - Direct-dial phones (free local calls) - Heated Swimming Pool - Coffee Shop - Dining Room - Lounge. Dine & Dance to Live Entertainment in the Governor's Room



Connelly's Tavern
Title:
Connelly's Tavern
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Ellicott's Hill. Built approximately 1795. Restored by the Natchez Garden Club and now used as their headquarters


Rosalie Gate
Title:
Rosalie Gate
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
At the entrance to Rosalie, State Shrine of the Mississippi Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Rosalie was built in 1820 adjacent to the site of the original settlement of Old Fort Rosalie, and was General Grant's headquarters during the Union occupation in 1863. Member of the Pilgrimage Garden Club.



Bontura
Title:
Bontura
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Typical Creole Style. Lacy iron work, quaint brick arches and flower filled patio. Home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Evans of Los Angeles and Natchez.


Linden
Title:
Linden
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome PM 1961

Description:
"Linden" is one of the extremely old mansions of Natchez - known to have existed as far back as 1790. Fan lights and door side lights feature Gallery. The Gallery is 88 ft. long, supported by columns being made of a solid piece of timer hard hewn and hand polished.



Longwood
Title:
Longwood
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome PM 1975

Description:
Construction was halted by the Civil War and never completed with the exception of the first floor. The exposed details of construction using wooden pegs and mortised joints are most interesting to observe. Member of the pilgrimage Garden Club


St. Mary'S Cathedra;
Title:
St. Mary'S Cathedra;
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused


Rosalie
Title:
Rosalie
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1941

Description:
State home of the Mississippi Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution



Monmouth
Title:
Monmouth
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
"Monmouth" 1818. Property of Mrs. Hubert Barnum. Austere and beautiful, it was the home of Gen. John A. Quitman, of Mexican War fame, who later became U. s. Senator and governor of Mississippi. Massive square pillars and slate-floored porticos suggest Spanish origin, doubtless inspired by his invasion of Mexico.


King's Tavern
Title:
King's Tavern
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Home of Mrs. A. C. Register and family. Built in the early 1700's it is the oldest house in Mississippi. Understood to have been constructed as a French blockhouse of Fort Rosalie. Loop-holes in upper rooms suggest the days when Indians roamed through the forest surrounding it. Later made into a tavern, the oldest now in existence on the Natchez Trace. Long lower room is the old bar, or tap-room, where assembled historic characters of the time.



Stanton Hall
Title:
Stanton Hall
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Built in 1851, a replica of the Irish ancestral home of Frederic Stanton. No expense was spared. Elaborately carved mantels, bronze chandeliers. Enormous mirrors were created in France and Spain and brought to Natchez in a chartered boat. At the end of the music room are huge double doors which can be opened to throw the right side of the house into a 72-foot ballroom.


Stanton Hall
Title:
Stanton Hall
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Headquarters of Pilgrimage Garden Club. The interior has frequently been compared to the white Hose in Washington, D. C. as to dimension, Decorative theme and perfection of detail. A ship was chartered to bring hand carved woodwork, marble mantels, enormous mirrors, and bronze chandeliers from France and Italy. Built 1851.



Auburn, Duncan Park
Title:
Auburn, Duncan Park
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen PM 1942

Description:
House is remarkable for its spiral stairway. No support other than its own base. Vaulted hallway and triple hung windows. Donated to the city by the heirs of Stephen Duncan. Gronds now contain 210 acres golf course, tennis court,baseball diamond and children's playground. Built 1815.


Auburn, Duncan Park
Title:
Auburn, Duncan Park
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
House is remarkable for its spiral stairway. No support other than its own base. Vaulted hallway and triple hung windows. Donated to the city by the heirs of Stephen Duncan. Gronds now contain 210 acres golf course, tennis court, baseball diamond and children's playground. Built 1815.



Elmscourt
Title:
Elmscourt
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Its galleries of lacy iron work brought from Belgium are unusual. Built 1810. Enlarged and remodeled by Ayers P. Merrill, United States minister to Belgium under the Grant Administration Contains many treasures. Particularly interesting is the pier table which originally was made for the Duke of Devonshire.


Rosalie
Title:
Rosalie
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic mansion owned by the Mississippi Society, DAR. Headquarters of General Gresham during the Civil War.



Longwood
Title:
Longwood
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Construction was halted by the Civil War and never completed with the exception of the first floor. The exposed details of construction using wooden pegs and mortised joints are most interesting to observe. Member of the Pilgrimage Garden Club


Stanton Hall
Title:
Stanton Hall
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Property of the Pilgrimage Garden Club



The Elms, Home of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bentley Kellogg
Title:
The Elms, Home of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bentley Kellogg
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused


Memorial Park
Title:
Memorial Park
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-10

Description:
Series E 14091



Melrose
Title:
Melrose
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
Series 32732N Built in 1845. One of the best preserved of all the ante-bellum mansions. House, grounds and furnishings are practically unchanged since the forties. Its Lofty double drawing-rooms, with brocatelles, Carry the onlooker back into the idyllic past.


Greetings From Natchez
Title:
Greetings From Natchez
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Linen unused



Longwood
Title:
Longwood
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Construction halted in 1861 by the Civil War and never completed with the exception of the nine-room first floor. Now a National Historic Landmark. Owned by the Pilgrimage Garden Club


Magnolia Vale
Title:
Magnolia Vale
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1907



River Front
Title:
River Front
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1907


Natchez Under The Hill
Title:
Natchez Under The Hill
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1907



Memorial Park
Title:
Memorial Park
Natchez Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1910




Total: 81 Items