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What a difference a night and a cold front make! Woke up this morning to 54°. It will be windy today, cooler with a high in the 60's and sunny. In all a beautiful day with a jacket. It promises to be a great last day in Natchez.
We had an interesting day visiting three houses and they couldn't be more different—the good, the not so good, and the mediocre tour.
First, Stanton Hall. This is the largest house in ...
... Garden Club for 2 weeks and from the Pilgrimage Garden Club for the next 2 weeks.
Interesting note: Several of the houses we visited had pictures of their family members who have been queen, king, or court in any year since 1932. Clearly, this is a huge honor for them and for their families.
Program notes stated that the tableaux script was ever changing, but that this year a greater effort was made to ...
... him get started. The family has the letter framed in the parlor. It was written by Millard Fillmore who later became US President.
Interesting note: The docents were very proud of two art pieces created by one of the past owners. They are 3-dimensional wax paintings, one of flowers and one of fruit. They were shipped to the World Expo in Chicago at the turn of the century and won prizes.
... Those columns remain today. One can see where the concrete veneer of the column has fallen away in places to expose the brick underneath. All the pictures of the family were lost in fire so there is no accurate representation of the house. There is, however, a drawing made by a Union soldier who camped nearby. It is a magnificent site. Today we can only imagine the culture and events connected to that fine house. ...
... Wince's "The Blue Room." It was not the most exciting thing in Vicksburg, but it was a great find. There was a lot of Civil War history in Vicksburg that tends to overshadow the blues. Just five minutes from downtown there is a Civil War Museum that we avoided despite the promise of a live battle reenactment. White folk just crazy about their white history. Crazy indeed. It reminded me of the ongoing complexities that plague me on this trip, fantastic "yes ...