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    • The Big Rock

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    • "The Big Rock - was located just North of the Court House, which was on the Northeast corner of Third Ave. and 21st St. North. The cars are parked in an alley which runs off of 21st St. The Big Rock was the Upper Right Corner of the building. The...
    • St. John's Episcopal Church

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    • "St. John's- Episcopal, Elyton, Fronting on Tuskaloosa Ave., located on the North side and facing south. Behind this church was the old Eubanks Home Place, present (1957) location of the Juvenile Court. For more information about this church read...
    • Bluff Park Hotel

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    • "Bluff Park Hotel - Atop Shades Mountain. It was built before 1900 and was convenient summer resort for Birmingham people. It was located on the Crest of Shades, facing and overlooking Shades Valley, several miles west of where the present (1957)...
    • 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...
    • Birmingham's No. 1 Fire Station

    • 1927
    • "Birmingham's No. 1 Fire Station located in old City Hall on 4th Ave. N. at S.E. corner of its intersection with 19th street. This photograph was made in 1927 and shows the last horse drawn equipment at this station. The Chief in the automobile at...
    • First House Built in Birmingham, Alabama

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    • "First House Built in Birmingham, Al. 1869. Located on First Ave. North, just east of the Southeast Corner (site of the Steiner Building). It was first used as a tool supply house - then for a blacksmith shop. This photo shows the building enclosed...
    • Fountain in Capitol Park

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    • "The Fountain was formerly located in the center of 19th Street and 2nd Avenue. It was moved on account of traffic and when this photograph was made, stood in Capitol Park. It was sold by the city fathers for junk. The man in the picture is Emmet...

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