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    • American Trust Bank Building

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    • "The American Trust Bank Bldg., - later through merger The American - Trader Bank Building and through a still later merger, The First National Bank Building. It is located at the South East Corner of First Ave. North and Twentieth Street. Today...
    • 2nd Avenue Looking West

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    • "Second Avenue looking West, The Jefferson County Savings Bank to the right and the Tower of the Old Post Office in the distance. The "Old Jefferson Co. Savings Bank Bldg. on the Southeast corner of second Avenue and 21st street is here shown five...
    • 21st Street (1890)

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    • "21st Street - 1890, Camera facing north. Lower to right center is an old court house at 3rd Avenue and 21st Street. This photo shows the Jefferson County bank building at the time it was a three story building. It is just to the left of the white...
    • Elyton Land Co., Office Building

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    • "Elyton Land Co., Office Building, They used the Ground Floor. Later a Hotel was here, operated by Mr. Borders. This is the North East Corner of Morris Ave. and 20th St. and today (1957) the site is used by the First National Bank as a parking lot...
    • Steel Work of the Watts Building

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    • "Steel work of the Watts Building., The site was once used by the Traders Bank. Mr. Charlie Allen Sr. who built the Jefferson Theatre and many other large buildings in B'ham. Was the Contractor. When the work was about the stage shown in the...
    • Looking North on 20th Street

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    • "Looking North on 20th Street - Left Side; L & N Station, Metropolitan Hotel, Woodward Bldg., Empire Bldg. (white) On Right; First National Bank Bldg., Brown Marx Bldg., Frank Nelson Bldg., Watts Bldg., Tutwiler Hotel" - William H. Brantley
    • Traffic Publicity

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    • "Traffic Publicity, Pretended arrest of Atty. J.Q. Smith, later Circiut Judge, for Jay Walking. The First National Bank Bldg. in the Background. Today it is The Frank Nelson Building." - William H. Brantley

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