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Natchez On-Top-of-the-Hill Historic District
Dear Doncram, I quite remember well where that picture was taken, and it was right in front of the river, I actually took a picture of the plan.
Isn't that the Downriver Historic District? I was thinking the Natchez On-Top-of-the Hill was more or less above Pearl. I will check the pictures I uploaded matching with the boundaries of the various districts. As for other pictures, I uploaded all of them, so if you browse my uploading you can see them.
ETA: Dear Docram, I checked:
Downriver Residential Historic District: Roughly bounded by S. Canal St., Orleans St., the Illinois Central railroad tracks, and the bayou between Union and Rankin Sts.
Natchez On-Top-of-the-Hill Historic District: U.S. Routes 61, 84, and 98
Natchez Bluffs and Under-the-Hill Historic District: Bounded by S. Canal St., Broadway, and Mississippi River
The Swiss Chalet is on the block in front of Rosalie Mansion, which is on Orleans St, near the Mississippi River. So I added it to Downriver, but if you think it's better, I will move it to Under the Hill, for sure it's not On Top of the Hill.