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    • Riverboat Apollo,

    • n.d.
    • The 161-foot Apollo was a popular excursion boat. It was built in 1864 for use in Boston Harbor and brought to Mobile in 1904. It remained an active source of transportation until the 1916 hurricane impaired its ability to sail.
    • Tiny Diny

    • c. 1960
    • The Tiny Diny, so named for the size of its original restaurant, first opened in Mobile, Alabama, in 1952. Some years later it relocated to larger headquarters and remained a staple of the community until it closed in 2012.
    • Barton Academy

    • n.d.
    • Located on Government Street, Barton Academy was the first public school in the state of Alabama. It was the brainchild of community leaders such as Henry Hitchcock and Willoughby Barton, who believed Mobile was the most important city in the...

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