The goal of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places list is to raise awareness about the most threatened historic places in Mississippi and the dangers they are facing which could lead to their destruction.
Need a special Mississippi gift to give for the holidays or to have for yourself? Well, MHT has unique gifts that help support our programs and work! Chose from a pewter ornament of the Old State Capitol or various sets of note cards featuring historic postcard images of sites on MHT's 10 Most Endangered Historic Places list, the King Edward, or historic places lost in Katrina. There is also a set of note cards with architectural drawings of buildings in Mississippi from the Historic American Building Survey. All orders will be processed when the orders are placed by phone or order forms arrive at the MHT office. All Items will be shipped via first class mail in padded envelopes. Express shipping is available by calling the MHT office at 601-354-0200.
This limited edition pewter ornament features the Old State Capitol in Jackson which served as the Mississippi seat of government from 1839 to 1903. The ornament is 2 inches wide by 1 inch tall and can be used as an ornament or worn on a necklace or as a pin. A brief history of the building is included with the ornament, which comes in a sealed package.
Mississippi's 10 Most Endangered Places
Note Cards - $10
The 10 Most note cards are reproductions of historic postcards of sites that are on MHT’s 10 Most Endangered List. Two images of each of the following sites are included in each pack of 10 note cards and envelopes: King Edward Hotel in Jackson, White House Hotel in Biloxi, Hawkins Field in Jackson, Houlka High School in Houlka, and Mississippi Industrial College in Holly Springs. Information about each site is printed on the back side of the card. Cards are 3 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches. Below are the images of the note card covers.
King Edward Hotel Mississippi Industrial College
Jackson Holly Springs
Hawkins Field - Jackson White House Hotel - Biloxi
Houlka School - Houlka
Lost Treasures of the Mississippi Coast
Note Cards - $10
The Lost Treasures note cards are reproductions of historic postcards of sites from the Mississippi Coast that were lost during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Two images of each of the following sites are included in each pack of note cards: Old Pass Christian Library, Merchants Bank - Bay St. Louis, Great Southern Golf and Country Club - Gulfport, Anderson Park Pavilion - Pascagoula, and the Father Ryan House - Biloxi. Information about each site is printed on the back side of the card. Cards are 3 ½ by 5 ½ inches and come with envelopes. Below are the images of the note card covers.
Old Pass Christian Library Great Southern Golf and
Country Club - Gulfport
Anderson Park Pavilion - Pascagoula Father Ryan House - Biloxi
Merchants Bank - Bay St. Louis
Images of the King Edward and
Downtown Jackson Note Cards - $10
The Images of the King Edward Hotel note cards are reproductions of historic postcards and photos showing the evolution of the Edwards House, to the Edwards Hotel, and later the King Edward Hotel. Images of downtown Jackson featuring the King Edward are also part of the set which includes 10 unique images. Information about each image is printed on the back side of the card. Cards are 3 ½ by 5 ½ inches and come with envelopes. Below are some of the images from the note card set.
Mississippi Images from the
Historic American Building Survey (HABS)
Note Cards - $12
The HABS note cards features images of architectural drawings from the Historic American Building Survey which began in 1933 to document important buildings across the U.S. In this set are twelve images including: Warren County Courthouse, Manship House - Jackson, Shamrock - Vicksburg, ‘Old French Fort’ - Pascagoula, Butler Dogtrot - Tishomingo County, Rosalie - Natchez, Sullivan House - Ocean Springs, Chapel of the Cross - Mannsdale, The Gillis House - Biloxi, Aberdeen Station - Aberdeen, Gloucester - Natchez, and the Pleasant Reed House - Biloxi. Information about each site is printed on the back side of the card. Cards are 5 by 7 inches and come with envelopes in a gift box with clear cover.