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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...
    • 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...
    • First Skyscraper Office Building

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    • "Today this site holds Henry Upsom Sims, Venetion Palace of Doges. This building was originally three stories high. Two more stories, and an Elevator were added in 1909 - 10 and so came into being B'hams First Skyscraper Office Building." William...
    • Birmingham Ledger Building

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    • "Birmingham Ledger Building; S. W. corner of 21st Street and 1st Avenue - Today Protective Life Insurance Co. Bldg. is on this site. When the Ledger Bldg. was erected, the concrete foundations and steel work were laid for a much higher building....
    • Florence Hotel

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    • "Florence Hotel, This is the original Florence at the N.W. corner of Second Ave. and 19th Street. This site was used by old Louis Saks store, and today by Newberrys Store (1957)" - William H. Brantley
    • Lakeview Park and Hotel

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    • "Lakeview Park and Hotel, today Highland Park Golf Course - Municipal. When the Country Club moved to Shades Valley Mr. Eugene Brown, sold the old Highland Park Golf Course and Building to the City of Birmingham." - 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
    • Good Road Tour

    • 1910
    • "Good Road Tour, promoted by The Birmingham Ledger. This photograph, about 1910, with a motor caravan headed South for Montgomery. It is atop Red Mountain almost in the gap below Vulcan now. (1957). The man in front of the automobile is Dr. Dedman...

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