Pictures of Various
Landmarks in Adams County
(Unless noted all pictures are originals by Carolyn Switzer)
Natchez City Hall
Left-Old Natchez City Hall which is still used on the west side of Pearl
Right-New City Hall and Council Chambers on the east side of Pearl
Adams County Court House
Various views of the Adams County Court House.
Judge George W. Armstrong Library
The Genealogy/Historical Materials can be found
on the second
floor-north of the Judge George W. Armstrong Public Library.
Natchez City Auditorium
Home of the Natchez Pilgrimage Tableaux
The auditorium is located at Jefferson Street
and Canal Street.
Barge Traveling North on the Mississippi from the bluff.
Natchez-Vidalia Bridge over the Mississippi River.
Clifton Avenue Homes On the Natchez Bluff
Overlooking the Mississippi River
Clifton Avenue Home right on the Bluff
the Mississippi River.
View of Clifton Avenue homes from the bottom of Leonard's Hill.
Edelweise on Broadway
More information coming on this home.
Older Building at
Southwest Corner of Main and Canal Streets
If anyone has any information on this building,
please email Carolyn
Britton & Koontz First National Bank
at Southwest Corner of Main and Commerce Streets
DOOR OPENING TO EOLA HOTEL
The Eola Hotel is located at the NW corner
Main and Pearl Streets.
Caboose behind Cock of the Walk
(formerly Illinois Central Railroad Station)
Canal Street Depot
Train in Duncan Park
Carroll Jones Ball Park
Angel at Natchez City Cemetery
(Now the home of the School District)
The Inscription on this plaque reads:
W. H. BRADEN
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
WALTER P. ABBOTT, CHAIRMAN
C. C. EYRICH
B. C. GEISENBERGER
DR. EDWIN E. BENOIST
MRS. GRACE GALLAGHER
W. H. BRADEN, SECRETARY AND SUP'T OF SCHOOLS
R. W. NAEF, A.I.A. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER
NATCHEZ HIGH SCHOOL
(Now home of The Natchez Performing Arts Center)
The plaque on the right reads:
LARGE UNUSED MUNICIPAL PROPERTIES PROGRAM
CITY OF NATCHEZ
LARRY L. "BUTCH" BROWN
GEORGE A. HARDIN
SUE STEDMAN THEODORE J.
JOHN W. "JAKE" MIDDLETON DAVID M. MASSEY
DAVID M. GARDNER, PE
DAVID PRESCOTT, AICP
JOHN M. TIPTON