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    • Alabama State Docks

    • 1932
    • At the turn of the twentieth century the importation of bananas from Central and South America became an important part of Mobile's economy. Here men are unloading that fruit from an incoming vessel and carrying them to waiting refrigerated...
    • Picket Line

    • 1958
    • A striking employee of the Southern Lithographing Company walks past the Staples-Pake building in Mobile, Alabama, carrying a picket sign reading "Southern Lithographing Co. unfair to union printers."
    • New Daphne

    • c. 1928
    • Alabama State Docks workers loading the steamboat New Daphne. The New Daphne plied the waters between Mobile, Alabama, and the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay on a daily basis, carrying cargo and, sometimes, up to 1,200 passengers. Behind the New...
    • Steamboats,

    • n.d.
    • The John Quill, a sternwheel riverboat, was built in 1907 at Jeffersonville, Indiana. She was 168 feet in length, 35 feet in breadth, with a crew of 25. Here she is carrying one of Mobile's most prolific exports -- cotton.

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