Natchez is fortunate to have an outstanding collection of photographs depicting life in Natchez and on the riverfront from about 1845 to circa 1910. Family portraits, steamboats laden with enormous bales of cotton, and street scenes throughout the historic downtown area will keep you mesmerized for at least an hour when you tour the gallery. The gallery is located in the Stratton Chapel behind First Presbyterian Church on Pearl St. The exhibit is free, but donations are accepted to help offset the utility cost to display the exhibit. You simply have to add a trip to the chapel in your tour itinerary because the images you'll see truly reveal the history and majesty of Natchez.