Details the relationship between the Alabama Dept. of transportation (ALDOT) and public utilites desiring to place electric lines, water and sewer lines and other public utilities on ALDOT rights-of-way
A girl dressed as Columbia stands in the center of the back row, and several students are dressed as Puritans, Indians, and other historical figures. More children are seated in the audience in front of the stage.
Moore was a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1857 to 1861. During the Mexican-American War, he organized and led the Eutaw Rangers (a group of volunteers from Greene County, Alabama), and he served as a colonel of the 11th...
Left to right: Joe Johnston, A. L. Kircus, Barbers, Rudolph R. Givens, Pressley, Roy Webb, L. L. O. Kelly, Schropshire, Jack Cosper, H. D. Pesnell, V. M. Baker, Watson, A. L. McDaniel, R. H. Hester, and Robert Bridges.
Left to right: Mrs. A. J. Bowron, Mrs. C. B. Spencer (back), Mrs. H. E. Pearce, Mrs. Solon Jacobs (standing), Mrs. McMahon (back), Mrs. T. D. Strock, Mrs. J. R. Hornady, Mrs. W. D. Nesbitt, and Mrs. C. M. Spencer.
Included are Alabama Representatives Benjamin Sterling Turner, James Thomas Rapier, and Jeremiah Haralson. Turner served from 1871 to 1873, Rapier served from 1873 to 1875, and Haralson served from 1875 to 1877.
Pugh was a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1859 to 1861, the Confederate Congress, and Alabama's constitutional convention of 1875. He served in the United States Senate from 1880 to 1897.