Back in February, Malvaney ran this post talking about a new biography of architect W.A. Rayfield and included a list of buildings in Mississippi that he designed. The last one on the list was Heroden Baptist Church in Vicksburg.
The church was built in in the 1920s, but was renovated in the 1930s (according to the cornerstone I found). On a recent trip to the city, I stopped on Clay Street to take some pictures of the building to share: