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    • Fort Whiting

    • c. 1940
    • The exterior of Fort Whiting Armory, located at Brookley Field in Mobile, Alabama. Construction of the armory was paid for by the federal government during the Great Depression. Completed in 1938, the armory is named for Julian Wythe Whiting, a...
    • Bankhead Tunnel

    • 1940
    • A cave-in during construction of the Bankhead Tunnel in Mobile, Alabama. The tunnel was named for John Hollis Bankhead, a U.S. Senator and grandfather of the actress Tallulah Bankhead. The tunnel was a New Deal project that poured vital monies into...
    • Bankhead Tunnel

    • 1940
    • Construction of the Bankhead Tunnel in Mobile, Alabama, which was a New Deal project financed by the federal government. Construction began in 1938 and finished in 1940. It cost more than four million dollars to build and was considered quite an...

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