This is the second in a series of posts to document my walking photo tour of one of Vicksburg's prettiest historic districts -- the South Cherry Street Historic District. If you missed Part 1, you can read it first by clicking on the following link:
2201 Cherry Street, ca 1920 -- A two-story stucco house facing west, with an asbestos-covered hip roof. A two-tiered porch is recessed to the left under the main roof and is supported by a square stuccoed pier.
The Shlenker House
2137 Cherry Street, ca 1930 -- A one-story clapboard three-bay cottage facing west, with an asphalt-covered gable roof. A gabled hood protects the entry. , ca 1930 -- A one-story clapboard three-bay cottage facing west, with an asphalt-covered gable roof. A cross gable at the front features an elongated rectangular vent.
Note: All descriptions were taken from the records of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History for the South Cherry Street Historic District ... https://npgallery.nps.gov/GetAsset?assetID=5724f706-5333-4f22-a463-2af76514adab