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Banker's House, Commercial Bank, 107 South Canal Street, Natchez, Adams County, MS

Banker's House, Commercial Bank, 107 South Canal Street, Natchez, Adams County, MS



Significance: Originally constructed in 1836 as the Banker's House adjoining the Commercial Bank of Natchez, the Luther Stowers house is a significant example of Greek Revival architecture and was registered as a National Historic Landmark on October 16, 1974.
Survey number: HABS MS-196
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 74002252



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Natchez (Miss.)31.56104, -91.40541
Google Map of 31.561044, -91.40541499999999


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