National Geographic : 1937 Sep
MAGNOLIA STATE MOSAIC PILGRIMAGE-WEEK "FOX HUNTERS" PAUSE FOR REFRESHMENTS AT MELROSE This ante-bellum Natchez mansion was built of brick burned on the plantation and heart cypress felled near by. Its large rooms contain art objects collected around the world (Plate XIII). These players took part in a tableau showing hunters welcoming home a soldier (center) from the Mexican War. O National Geographic Society inlay Photographs by J. Baylor Roberts MAGEE CLUBWOMEN HAVE MADE THEIR BAZAARS FAMED FOR QUILTS AND AFGHANS This mid-State town has a unique shrine, the pioneer cabin of the tanner who made wagonloads of shoes for the Confederate Army. Later he turned out civilian boots; red-topped ones for wear on Sundays.