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This is a very nice church that has an awesome photo collection of historic Natchez. The collection is really a must see and nicely done. When we visited there was a service happening in this historic church.
I am guessing that we saw somewhere in the neighborhood of 500 photos in the half dozen rooms on the second floor. They were terrific. The grouping of the photos and the extensive narrative captions sure brought that period to life for us. We saw...More
This free exhibit is truly not to be missed! Enter the photo gallery from the right side entrance rather than from Pearl. I recommend visiting the African American Museum first so the photos of Natchez residents will be in context.
You could literally spend an...More
A severely classic Presbyterian Church with impressive galleries and elevated pulpit. Worth a walk past and quick view. It's location is serene. Note the Jewish synagogue just around the corner, Temple B'nai Sholem - a historic site along with the old Catholic church.
Natchez has beautiful historic church buildings. The First Presbyterian Church is unique in that it contains an extensive collection of photos showing people, fashions, buildings, historic homes and much more, many dating back to mid to late 1800's. Enter the Stratton Chapel Gallery from the...More
First Presbyterian Church is a wealth of art, music, and history. From the historical design of the sanctuary to the display of photos of Natchez through the ages the church is a must see. The splendid organ has a marvelous sound!
The old photos are a real must see. They were found localy then restored from the original glass negatives. These are a great step in onto past history of the rien and its people. Best of all it only a donation to cet it.