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    • Last Circus Parade

    • 1935?
    • "Last circus parade in Birmingham, Hagenback and Wallace, in early 1930's (about 1935). Camera facing South on 20th Street and placed on top of a street car, so as to look over the crowd." - William H. Brantley
    • 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...
    • Confederate Reunion (1908)

    • 1908
    • "Confederate reunion 1908, The horse and buggy in foreground are traveling south on 19th Street. The camera is facing east on 2nd Avenue. Notice the one horse police patrol and the power car pulling a trailer on 2nd Avenue." - William H. Brantley
    • 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...
    • Red Mountain Park

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    • "Red Mountain Park, At the top of Red Mountain. The Park Company also operated the Dummy Line. The building is to the left of the present (1957) Montgomery Highway as it passes through the gap going South, and the dummy is in the gap." - William H....
    • 22nd Street Bridge Looking North

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    • "Twenty Second Street Bridge looking north on 22nd from South end of the bridge. The large building to the right is Goodall-Brown Dry Goods Co. which occupies the site of the famous Caldwell Hotel. The twin spires in the left background are St....
    • Birmingham's Last Brewery

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    • "Birmingham's Last Brewery, on 22nd street and Ave. "D" South. The small covered delivery wagon- mule drawn and to the right in the photograph is a milk wagon - operated by Higgins Dairy." - 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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