Mary (Mimi) Warren Miller

Executive Director Emerita


Mimi Miller is Executive Director Emerita of the Historic Natchez Foundation and has worked for the foundation since 1992. She previously worked as an architectural historian and local government assistance coordinator for the Mississippi Department of Archives and History and as a private preservation consultant. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

In the field of historic preservation, she prepared approximately 125 individual National Register nominations, 20 National Register Districts, numerous historic surveys, and about 225 successful applications for tax-assisted rehabilitations in Mississippi and Louisiana. For the Natchez National Park Service, she produced the Historic Resource Study and African American History Study for the Natchez National Park and the developmental histories of both Melrose and the William Johnson House for the historic structures reports.

Since 1992, Mimi has overseen a massive Historic Natchez Foundation project to preserve, catalogue, and manage the historic public records of Adams County, Mississippi, dating from 1799 through c. 1987. She has authored articles and books and lectured near and far on Natchez history, architecture, historic preservation, and decorative arts. Mimi’s work in Mississippi has been recognized by the Natchez Historical Society, Natchez-Adams County Chamber of Commerce, Mississippi Historical Society, Mississippi Heritage Trust, Winterthur Museum, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.


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