Birmingham Public Library
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Birmingham, Alabama 35203
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subject : Buildings--Alabama--Birmingham
book
9 pts. (in portfolio) : ill. ; 34 cm. Photographic plates only, no text. Each part has separate t.p. Southern Club's address: 20th Street Northwest corner of 5th Avenue North. Birmingham Athletic Club's address: 510 North 20 Street. Young Men's Christian Association's address: 526 North 20th Street.
Art work of Birmingham, Ala. 1923 (source)
Gravure Illustration Co. (publisher)
Gravure Illustration Company (creator)
1923
book
9 pts. (in portfolio) : ill. ; 34 cm. Photographic plates only, no text. Each part has separate t.p.
Art work of Birmingham, Ala. 1923 (source)
Gravure Illustration Co. (publisher)
Gravure Illustration Company (creator)
1923
book
9 pts. (in portfolio) : ill. ; 34 cm. Photographic plates only, no text. Each part has separate t.p.
Art work of Birmingham, Ala. 1923 (source)
Gravure Illustration Co. (publisher)
Gravure Illustration Company (creator)
1923
photograph
1906 North 2nd Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35203
Jefferson County Ala. Board of Equalization Appraisal Files, 1938-1977, Archives Department (source)
Jefferson County Ala. Board of Equalization (publisher)
Jefferson County Ala. Board of Equalization (creator)
text
Papers are arranged alphabetically by subject. The Papers, which consist of correspondence, memos, and reports, are the office files kept by "Bull" Connor during his last five years as Commissioner of Public Safety of the City of Birmingham, Alabama.
Theophilus Eugene ‘Bull’ Connor Collection Number 268, Archives Department. (source)
Birmingham, Ala. (publisher)
Connor, Eugene, 1897-1973 (creator)
1960
text
Papers are arranged alphabetically by subject. The Papers, which consist of correspondence, memos, and reports, are the office files kept by "Bull" Connor during his last five years as Commissioner of Public Safety of the City of Birmingham, Alabama.
Theophilus Eugene ‘Bull’ Connor Collection Number 268, Archives Department. (source)
Birmingham, Ala. (publisher)
Connor, Eugene, 1897-1973 (creator)
1962
text
Papers are arranged alphabetically by subject. The Papers, which consist of correspondence, memos, and reports, are the office files kept by "Bull" Connor during his last five years as Commissioner of Public Safety of the City of Birmingham, Alabama.
Theophilus Eugene ‘Bull’ Connor Collection Number 268, Archives Department. (source)
Birmingham, Ala. (publisher)
Connor, Eugene, 1897-1973 (creator)
1960; 1961
photograph
Black and white photograph showing businesses located on the 1700 block of 3rd Avenue North.
W.B. Phillips Collection no. 69, Archives Department (source)
W.B. Phillips (publisher)
W.B. Phillips (creator)
Phillips, W.B. (contributor)
1939
photograph
Black and white photograph showing businesses located on the 1800 block of 4th Avenue North
W.B. Phillips Collection no. 69, Archives Department. (source)
W.B. Phillips (publisher)
1939
photograph
Black and white photograph of the Watts Building built in 1888 at 2006 Third Avenue, North. This photograph has often been said to show the funeral procession of famed Birmingham madam Louise Wooster because all of the carriages appear to be empty. Legend says that Birmingham citizens sent their carriages to her funeral to show respect; however, propriety prevented them from going themselves. The fact simply is that there was a funeral parlor in the Watts Building; this photograph likely is merely for advertisement purposes.
Oscar V. Hunt Collection 1075, Archives Department (source)
O.V. Hunt (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar V., 1881-1962 (creator)
Image
A view of the United States government building on the Northeast corner of Second Avenue at eighteenth Street.
Rare Book Room (source)
Isidore Newman & Son (publisher)
Isidore Newman & Son (creator)
1908
photograph
Black and white photograph of 18th Street North with views of the Alabama Theatre, Parisian, Florence Cafe, and the Lyric Theatre.
Archives Department Collection 1556 (Photographs, General) (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
1929
photograph
Black and white photograph with the Lyric Theatre in the foreground and a large billboard over the Argeros & Co. building which says "Come to Birmingham's Birthday Party Semi-Centennial President Harding will be here. Loew's Theatre is in the background.
Oscar V. Hunt Collection 1075, Archives Department (source)
O.V. Hunt (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar V., 1881-1962 (creator)
1921
photograph
Black and white photograph of the Arlington house displayed in an oval shape.
Archives Department Collection 1556 (Photographs, General) (source)
Birmingham, Alabama (publisher)
1907
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