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Natchez MS. Saw far too many of these homes in Natchez and Vicksburg. I always wonder what families lived here and what circumstances led to the home being in this state of decay. While it's pretty, it was clearly built bf air conditioning. I wouldn't want to live in MS w/o air conditioning, so maybe this home is a victim of technological progression.

Arlington an abandoned mansion in Natchez, Mississippi. It is sad that someone just had to put graffiti all over this once beautiful home.