Calling All Photographers


In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in Mississippi Program, the Mississippi Heritage Trust is partnering with Due South Co-op to host a photography exhibition that captures the beauty, mystery and promise of Mississippi’s fragile architectural legacy.


 Here’s the deal:

  • Photographers are invited to submit up to 10 images of places that have been listed as one of Mississippi’s 10 Most Endangered Historic Places since 1999.  A list of these 110 sites can be found below. For a more in-depth look, you can found out more about them on our site under Past Lists.

  • The entry fee is $30 per 10 images, with proceeds going to help the Mississippi Heritage Trust in its work to save and renew places meaningful to Mississippians and their history.

  • Deadline for submissions is 11:59pm on August 31, 2019.

  • Due South Co-op, a collaboration between photographers Ashleigh Coleman, David McCarty, Ellen Rodgers, Ryan Steed and Katie Steed, will curate an exhibition from submitted images that will be displayed at the announcement of the 2019 list of the 10 Most Endangered Places in Mississippi, to be held on Thursday, October 24th at the Morris Ice Company in Jackson. 

  • Photographers whose work is selected will be honored guests at the announcement event.

  • The selected works will be auctioned during the announcement event.  Photographers will receive 30% of the proceeds from the sale of their work.

  • A digital exhibition will be shared on following the announcement event.


So, pick up your camera and help commemorate twenty years of fighting for the places that tell the story of Mississippi.


Please read our Terms & Conditions for full details.

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Past 10 Most Lists


  • Cutrer Mansion, Clarksdale

  • Farish Street Historic District, Jackson

  • Historic School Buildings, Statewide

  • Keesler Bridge, Greenwood

  • King Edward Hotel, Jackson

  • Meadvilla, Washington

  • Old Corinth Machinery, Corinth

  • Town of Carrollton

  • Vicksburg Campaign and Historic Trail, Vicksburg

  • White House Hotel, Biloxi


  • Belhaven and Belhaven Heights, Jackson

  • Chalmers Institute/University of Holly Springs

  • City of Oxford

  • Irving Hotel, Greenwood

  • L.Q.C. Lamar House, Oxford

  • Mississippi River Basin Model, Jackson

  • Queen City Hotel, Columbus

  • Round Island Lighthouse, Pascagoula

  • Taborian Hospital, Mound Bayou

  • Westbrook House, Jackson


  • Greek Revival Homes of the Delta

  • Hawkins Field Old Terminal, Jackson

  • Mississippi Industrial College, Holly Springs

  • Moore Fire Tower, Forest Vicinity, Scott County

  • Old Wesson Public School, Wesson

  • Rosenwald Schools, Statewide

  • The Cedars, Jackson

  • Dairy Farms of Oktibbeha County and the Old Co-Op, Starkville

  • The Watkins Museum, Taylorsville

  • Rippy Road and the Turkey Creek Community, North Gulfport


  • “The Cotton Pickers” B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 148, Greenville

  • First Christian Church, Jackson

  • Historic Cemeteries, Statewide

  • Indian Mounds, Statewide

  • J.Z. George Law Office, Carrollton

  • (Old) Hattiesburg High School, Hattiesburg

  • The Robert Johnson Birthplace, Hazlehurst

  • Rodney Presbyterian Church, Rodney

  • Tivoli Hotel, Biloxi

  • The W.J. Quarles House (Greenvale), Long Beach


  • Bryant Grocery and Meat Market, Money

  • Flannegan-Lowry House, Jackson

  • Natchez College, Natchez

  • Old Bridgeport Road, Bolton

  • Jackson Municipal Library, Jackson

  • (Old) Pascagoula High School, Pascagoula

  • Sun-n-Sand Motor Hotel, Jackson

  • Tippah County Jail, Ripley

  • Wilkes Home, Wilkesburg

  • (Old) Woodmen of the World Building – (Harrison-Whitfield Building), Columbus


  • Afro-American Sons and Daughters Hospital, Yazoo City

  • Beverly Drive-In Theatre, Hattiesburg

  • Chandler House, Okolona

  • Coker House (also known as “Greenwood”), Edwards Vicinity

  • Mannsdale-Livingston Heritage District, Madison County

  • Mississippi Gulf Coast, Jackson, Harrison, and Hancock County

  • Mobile and Ohio Railroad Depot, Aberdeen

  • Naval Reserve Center, Jackson

  • The Picayune Colored Gymnasium, Picayune

  • Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Tupelo


  • Alcazar Hotel, Clarksdale

  • Arlington, Natchez

  • Church Street, Port Gibson

  • Ebenezer A.M.E. Church, Raymond

  • Front Street Historic District, Pascagoula

  • Hinds County Armory, Jackson

  • Teoc Community, Carroll County

  • The Oakes African American Cultural Center, Yazoo City

  • Threefoot Building, Meridian

  • Wood College, Mathiston


  • Amzie Moore Home, Cleveland

  • Austin House, Ocean Springs

  • Ceres Plantation, Flowers

  • Chickasaw Old Town, Tupelo

  • Fielder and Brooks Drug Store, Meridian

  • Holtzclaw Mansion, Utica

  • Lewis House (Oldfields), Gulf Coast

  • Markham Hotel, Gulfport

  • Mount Holly, Washington County

  • Prospect Hill, Jefferson County


  • 33rd Avenue High School, Gulfport

  • Isaiah T. Montgomery House, Mound Bayou

  • Mendenhall High School Auditorium, Mendenhall

  • Meridian Police Department, Meridian

  • Merrill-Maley House, Jackson

  • Millsaps Hotel, Hazlehurst

  • Moss Point Central Fire Station, Moss Point

  • Southern Christian Institute, Edwards

  • Webster County Courthouse, Wathall

  • West Pascagoula Colored School, Gautier


  • Mississippi’s Historic Tax Credit, Statewide

  • Grenada Airfield Hangar, Grenada

  • Hugh Craft & Son Surveying Office, Holly Springs

  • Jourdan River School, Kiln

  • Margaret’s Grocery, Vicksburg

  • Melmont, Natchez

  • Old Wilkinson County Jail, Woodville

  • Phoenix Naval Stores Office, Turkey Creek Neighborhood, Gulfport

  • French Hotel, Senatobia

  • Webb Depot, Webb


  • Town of Rodney

  • Fondren Neighborhood, Jackson

  • Scott Ford Houses, Jackson

  • Stage Marye-Gillette House, Greenwood

  • Cochran Hotel, Ackerman

  • Temple B’nai Israel, Natchez

  • The Walter Place, Holly Springs

  • New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Estill

  • Saragossa, Natchez

  • Mississippi’s National Heritage Areas, Gulf Coast, Delta and Hills


Feel free to give MHT a call at (601) 354-0200 or email with questions.