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  • Architecture professor's book examines cultural tourism that began in Depression-era Mississippi

    Headshot of Paul Hardin Kapp

    Architecture professor Paul Hardin Kapp has a new book that details how the women of Natchez, Miss., developed one of the first cultural tourism sites in the U.S. around their city’s antebellum architecture. They preserved many of the historic homes and buildings in Natchez and created our image of the Old South.

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  • Editor’s note: To contact Paul Hardin Kapp, email