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    • 19th Street Looking North

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    • "19th Street looking north. Camera was on 19th between 1st and 2nd Avenue. Florence Hotel is on the left. Across from Florence was Peerless Saloon. A famous saloon. Further to the left is the old First Methodist Church on the S.W. corner of 4th...
    • 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....
    • 3rd Avenue and 21st Street Facing North

    • 1873
    • This photograph was made by Colonel Oxford in 1873. Birmingham's first photographer. He came to Birmingham from Marion Alabama and was famous as a confederate Veteran. He attended all reunions with his camera, his uniform and his daughter. This...
    • Birmingham Gun Club at the Fairgrounds

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    • "Birmingham Gun Club at the Fairgrounds (1913 - 1916?) ; Fifth from the right in the center is John Philip Sousa, the famous band leader. Others are O.L. Garl- front row, right end. Mrs Garl is sitting on Sousa's left. She was a fine trap shot....
    • 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...
    • Rube Burrows in His Coffin

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    • "Rube Burrows in his coffin, This famous Alabama outlaw and train robber was being shipped back to Lamar County - his home. While here a public display was made of the corpse to a multitude of people and this photograph made about 1890." - William...
    • The Elks

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    • "The Elks, Left Edge, Harry English with the bat winged collar, Henry Gray front, mustache, Mr. Schillinger front, hat in right hand and white bow tie, Henry Badham Sr. Johen O'Neal on Badham's left, Oscar Underwood, behind O'Neal. Mel Drennen...

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