First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Port Gibson Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Hubert A. Lowman One of the most famed landmarks of the South because of the hand with the forefinger pointing to the heavens. The chandeliers on the inside of this historic church are taken from the famous river boat, Robert E. Lee. H. S. Crocker Co. Inc.


First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Port Gibson Mississippi (MS), Chrome

Description:
Sesquicentennial 1807 - 1957. "The Church With the Hand Pointing Heavenward". A unique house of worship, erected in 1859, having beautiful architectural lines. The hand is 12 feet tall, with the overall height from sidewalk to finger tip being 165 feet. The brass chandeliers which lighted the old steamboat "Robert E. Lee," hang in the church Dexter Press Inc



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Port Gibson Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
First Presbyterian Church, Port Gibson, Mississippi . . . One of the most famed landmarks of the South because of the hand with the forefinger pointing to the heavens. The chandeliers on the inside of this historic church are taken from the famous river boat, Robert E. Lee.


First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Port Gibson Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
First Presbyterian Church, Port Gibson, Mississippi . . . One of the most famed landmarks of the South because of the hand with the forefinger pointing to the heavens. The chandeliers on the inside of this historic church are taken from the famous river boat, Robert E. Lee.



Museum And Visitors Center, Grand Gulf State Park
Title:
Museum And Visitors Center, Grand Gulf State Park
Port Gibson Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Built with 40,000 hand made bricks, over 100 years old.


First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Port Gibson Mississippi (MS), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 93137 Founded 1807 “The Church With the Hand Pointing Heavenward” A unique house of worship, erected in 1859, having beautiful architectural lines. The hand is 12 feet tall, with the overall height from sidewalk to finger tip being 165 feet. The brass chandeliers which lighted the old steamboat “Robert E. Lee,” hang in the church.



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Port Gibson Mississippi (MS), Linen unused

Description:
"The Church with the hand pointing Heavenward" A unique structure among the eight houses of worship which line beautiful church Street. Chandeliers which lighted the steamboat "Robert E. Lee" are hung in this church.




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