Download Full Text (259 KB)
This postcard features two black and white images of churches in Senatobia, Mississippi. The image on the left is of the Methodist church, a small, one story building with arched windows and decorative molding above the windows on the side of the church. A bell tower topped by a steeple is in the front center above the arched entrance. Bare trees are in front. The second image is of the Baptist church, a white, one story building with a tall set of stairs at the front porch entrance and arched windows. A tower with arched windows is on the right, front corner of the church. Trees are seen on either side of the church. The titles for the images are printed beneath the individual images and the town is printed in the center of the bottom edges of the two images. The back of the card is addressed to Mrs. I Charpsteen in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The card is postmarked Senatobia, Miss., September 13, 1910 and a red, two cent George Washington postage stamp is placed in the upper right corner. An inscription is written sideways on the left half of the card. [see transcription field]
Sept 12th Route--Winona, Miss Sept. 15th Koscuiscko, Miss. Sept. 16th Your's Jack
Postcards; Church buildings
Churches; Methodist churches; Baptist churches; Senatobia, MS
Mississippi State University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections, Manuscripts Unit, Lucius Marion Lampton, MD Historical Images Collection, Mississippiana Collection, Postcard/Photographs, Box 4, Southwest Mississippi Region
Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic version)
Copyright protected by Mississippi State University Libraries. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. Permission to publish or reproduce is required.
For more information about the contents of this collection, email sp_coll@library.MSState.edu.
Methodist and Baptist Churches, Senatobia, Lucius Marion Lampton, MD Historical Images Collection, Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University