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University of South Alabama, McCall Library

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    • World War I,

    • 1919
    • The Rainbow Division marches up Mobile, Alabama's Government Street after World War I. The archway was erected by a local company and dedicated to the mothers who had lost sons during the war. Down the side of one of the archway's pillars a sign...
    • Hurricane Frederic

    • 1979
    • Except for a brief time, this statue of Admiral Raphael Semmes has stood at the corner of Government and Royal streets in Mobile, Alabama, since it was erected in 1900. Here it lies on its back after being toppled by the winds of Hurricane Frederic...
    • Government Street

    • 1904
    • Government Street, Mobile, Alabama, looking east toward the river. The Benz courthouse is on the left. It was Mobile's fourth courthouse and stood from 1889 to 1957. Its ornate statuary would fall victim to the hurricanes that periodically visit...

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