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    • Jewish Temple,

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    • Built in 1846, this structure originally housed a congregation of Universalists. It was located on Jackson Street between St. Michael and St. Louis streets. Not popular in Mobile, membership in the Universalists declined and in 1853 the group...
    • Providence Hospital

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    • The exterior of the old Providence Hospital on Springhill Avenue in Mobile, Alabama. The hospital was originally located at Broad and St. Anthony streets and opened in 1855. Along with the people of Mobile, it eventually moved west in 1902 to its...
    • 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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