Part Four of my walking photo tour of the South Cherry Street Historic District of Vicksburg, begins with two quaint Victorian cottages. If you missed the first three parts, you can read them first by clicking on the following links:
Walking Tour of Historic District in Vicksburg, Part 3
Street, ca 1880 -- A two-story clapboard Victorian vernacular house facing west, with a pressed-metal gable roof, with the gable end facing the street. There is a pointed arched vent and stick work in the gable end. The one-story full-width porch has a low hip roof supported by chamfered posts, and applied molding ornaments the porch frieze. There are three bays: two, floor length six-over-nine double-hung wood sash and a single leaf paneled door accented by pilasters, an entablature, sidelights, and transom.
Judge James Cowan House
(Frank J. Fisher Funeral Home)
(Cherokee) Street, ca 1875
Malick Joseph Tobacco Company