Commercial Bank and Banker's House, also known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Banker's House, built in 1833, is an historic Greek Revival style building located on a parcel lying between Main and Canal streets in Natchez, Mississippi. For security reasons, it was designed to contain both the bank and the banker's residence. Its Main Street facade is of marble while the other elevations are of stuccoed brick. Levin R. Marshall, who lived at the suburban Natchez Richmond estate, helped found the bank and was president for a number of years.On May 30, 1974 tt was added to the National Register of Historic Places and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974.

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  • Commercial Bank and Banker's House, also known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Banker's House, built in 1833, is an historic Greek Revival style building located on a parcel lying between Main and Canal streets in Natchez, Mississippi. For security reasons, it was designed to contain both the bank and the banker's residence. Its Main Street facade is of marble while the other elevations are of stuccoed brick. Levin R. Marshall, who lived at the suburban Natchez Richmond estate, helped found the bank and was president for a number of years.On May 30, 1974 tt was added to the National Register of Historic Places and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974. As of May 30, 1973, the bank part of the building (206 Main Street) was owned and occupied by First Church of Christ, Scientist, while the house part (107 Canal Street) was owned by Mr. and Mrs. Luther A. Stowers. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Natchez, is no longer in existence. (en)
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  • Commercial Bank and Banker's House, also known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Banker's House, built in 1833, is an historic Greek Revival style building located on a parcel lying between Main and Canal streets in Natchez, Mississippi. For security reasons, it was designed to contain both the bank and the banker's residence. Its Main Street facade is of marble while the other elevations are of stuccoed brick. Levin R. Marshall, who lived at the suburban Natchez Richmond estate, helped found the bank and was president for a number of years.On May 30, 1974 tt was added to the National Register of Historic Places and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974. (en)
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