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Myrtle Terrace
310 N Pearl St
Natchez MS, 39120
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Built Circa 1840 by Nathaniel Loomis Carpenter, Myrtle Terrace became the home of Captain Thomas P. Leathers, who piloted the Steamboat Natchez during the famous race against the Robert E. Lee.

It's slender columns front a generous gallery that are associated with the earlier Federal style and contrast with the large scale of the house and the bold, broad, Greek Revival trim of the front doorway and interior.

The home is the private residence of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Durkin, Sr. and is not open for tour at any time during the year.
 

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310 N Pearl St
Natchez MS, 39120
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