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    • Loop Restaurant,

    • 1958
    • The Loop Restaurant, run by Lucille Aldrich, and McAfee's Grocery, owned by John and Maude McAfee, occupied this corner of Grant and Williams in 1958. Today, an antique store is housed in the building where McAfee's used to be.
    • Hurricane Frederic

    • 1979
    • This aerial of city hall in Mobile, Alabama, shows the damage caused to the building by Hurricane Frederick, which hit the city on the night of September 12-13, 1979. The damage was so extensive that city leaders considered abandoning the...
    • St. Emanuel Street,

    • n.d.
    • Taken from the LaClede Hotel, this image shows St. Emanuel Street looking north toward Bienville Square and the Merchants National Bank building, ca. 1935. A number of other businesses also occupied this portion of the block, including the Troy...
    • St. Joseph Street,

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    • This early twentieth century photograph shows St. Joseph Street at Bienville Square. The building on the far right was one of Mobile's first steel structures and housed the Forbes Piano Company. Attorneys William B. Inge and William H. Armbrecht,...
    • Temperance Hall,

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    • St. Joseph Street looking north toward the GM&O building, ca. 1905. In the center of the photograph is Temperance Hall, where many Mardi Gras coronations were held. By the time of this photograph in the early twentieth century, a skating rink...
    • Meaher Building,

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    • The Meaher Building on the northeast corner of St. Joseph and St. Michael streets, ca. 1925. On the bottom floor was Morrison's Cafeteria, which had moved from the German Relief Hall. The upper floors of the building housed the CPA firm of Prichard...
    • Royal Street,

    • 1947
    • Made up in part of brick and terra cotta, this building originally housed the Zadek Jewelry Company. By the time this photo was taken, the Three Sisters clothing store occupied the ornate Victorian structure. The spires are gone, but the building...

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