Pictorial History: Mississippi in Architecture, Assembled and Arranged by W.P.A. Historical Research Project
Top left: "Front door of 'Auburn', at Natchez, Adams Co. A lovely example of the artistry of the architect who designed as well as that of the cabinet maker who executed the work. For pure classic lines this door will compare favorably with the best of it prototypes. 1816." Top right: "This circular or spiral stairway in 'Auburn' is a thing of, not only, grace but engineering skill, and cabinet maker's and joiners arts. 1816." Bottom left: "Stanton Hall, Natchez, Adams County, built in 1851 can well boast of a treasure in the beautiful marble mantle shown above. The figure work and the embellishing decorations are masterfully handled. The picture reveals other museum pieces of worthy note." Bottom right: "This double stairway is in the Holliday home, in Monroe County, which was constructed in the early 1850's by John Holliday. The front and rear stairs with the common landing represent a unique arrangement…."