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[Postcard of Linden]

Description: Postcard of a white two story mansion with a fenced terrace and green accents on the windows and chairs on the porch. On top of the picture, the mansion is described as " "Linden," Home of Mr. A. M. Feltus, Natchez, Miss. " On the back, the postcard adds, " "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."
Date: unknown

[Postcard of "Linden," Home of Mr. A. M. Feltus]

Description: Postcard of a white two story building with a terrace and green window shutters, described as " "Linden," Home of Mr. A. M. Feltus, Natchez, Miss." The back of the postcard adds, " "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." The message on the back is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Mrs. J. C. Ward Mrs. S. W. Staggard 1685 Park St. Beaumont, Texas."
Date: April 1, 1941

[Postcard of Melrose]

Description: Postcard of a two story red brick building with four white columns at the entrance, white wrought iron fence around the balcony and between the columns, and white and green accents. The postcard adds the following on the back, "One of the best preserved ante-bellum Mansions. House, grounds, and furnishings are practically unchanged since the forties. Suspended over the dining table is a relic of yesteryear, a Punkah. In slave days even after the Civil War, these fans were propelled to and fro by servants during the serving of meals. Built 1845."
Date: unknown

[Postcard of Monteigne]

Description: Postcard of a cream colored mansion with white columns and accents and light blue roof. Blooming flower gardens line the edges of the house. The back of the postcard adds, "Built in 1855 by the confederate general William T. Martin who represents Mississippi of Stone Mountain. Due to the prominence of the general unusual vengeance was wrecked on his home during the Civil War, furniture was destroyed and horses stabled in drawing rooms."
Date: unknown

[Postcard of Monteigne in Natchez]

Description: Postcard of a one story cream-colored building with white columns supporting the roof at the entrance, further described as "Monteigne, Natchez, Mississippi...Built in 1855 by Confederate General William T. Martin. Noted for its classic design and its surroundings of azaleas, camellias, and century-old live oaks. Home of Mrs. W. J. Kendall and famous Member of Pilgrimage Garden Club." The message on the back reads, "Wish you were with us. We loved Rosedawn. It is a beautiful restplace. We will see five houses in Natchez tomorrow. We are spending the night here. Love, Clyde." The postcard is addressed to "Mrs. Carroll E. Ward Room 311, St. Luke's 6720 Berther St. Houston, Texas."
Date: October 12, 1964