The Hotel Admiral Semmes


Brookley Field



Mechanics Repairing a Flying Fortress at Brookley Field


Mobile Motor Lodge
Title:
Mobile Motor Lodge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
3939 Highway 90 West; GReenwood 1-1431. Mobile's newest and finest; private pool; room controlled air conditioning and steam heat; free 21 inch television; 24 hour telephone service; next door to Howard Johnson's Restaurant.



Bama Motel And Restaurant
Title:
Bama Motel And Restaurant
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Popular, picturesque paddock swimming pool by a waterfall. Heated in winter for year round swimming pleasure Bama Motel and restaurant U.S. Hwy 90 west, Mobile Alabama,. Charles and Orma Lee Glazner, owner -operators.


Mobile Motor Lodge
Title:
Mobile Motor Lodge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Mobile Motor Lodge 3939 Highway 90 West Mobile, Alabama GReenwood 1-1431 Mobile's newest and finest. Private pool. Room controlled air conditioning and steam heat. Free 21 inch television. 24-hour telephone service. Next door to Howard Johnson's Restaurant.



The Ranch Restaurant, U.S. Highway 90
Title:
The Ranch Restaurant, U.S. Highway 90
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the South's outstanding restaurants. Completely air conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines, AAA, Gourmet and A. Lowell Hunt.


St, Francis Hotel Courts
Title:
St, Francis Hotel Courts
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Turner Terminals
Title:
Turner Terminals
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Alabama State Docks
Title:
Alabama State Docks
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Chamber of Commerce E. C. Kropp Co.



An Everyday Scene at Alabama State Docks
Title:
An Everyday Scene at Alabama State Docks
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Water Front Harbor View
Title:
Water Front Harbor View
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1913 Mar-21



Southern Railway Terminals on the Waterfront
Title:
Southern Railway Terminals on the Waterfront
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back


Boats, Waterfront View
Title:
Boats, Waterfront View
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1911 Mar-23



The Great Storm of Sept. 27, 1906 - Wrecked Vessel
Title:
The Great Storm of Sept. 27, 1906 - Wrecked Vessel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-19


Wreckage, Foot of St. Francis Street
Title:
Wreckage, Foot of St. Francis Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-29

Description:
Storm, Sept. 27, 1906.



Alabama & Historama Railway Co.
Title:
Alabama & Historama Railway Co.
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Koppel Color Cards


Mobile County Court House
Title:
Mobile County Court House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This structure completed in 1960 replaced the old county courthouse which was occupied in 1902. It is described by some as "the most beautiful structure in the entire south." Located at the west entrance of the well known Bankhead Tunnel. Curitech



Airacobras at Brookley Field
Title:
Airacobras at Brookley Field
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
These fast combat planes are being serviced just before taking off for flight. Colourpicture Publishers Inc


The Mobile Infirmary, Mobile, Alabama
Title:
The Mobile Infirmary, Mobile, Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The new Mobile Infirmary was opened January 26, 1952 cost over four and one-half million dollars and is classified as a 300 bed General Hospital.



Old Spanish Fort Tourist Village
Title:
Old Spanish Fort Tourist Village
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Eastern Entrance to Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance to Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Alabama Historama, Battleship Parkway
Title:
Alabama Historama, Battleship Parkway
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


L & N Depot
Title:
L & N Depot
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Town House Motor Motel
Title:
Town House Motor Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Luxurious, resort style living in historic downtown Mobile, Cocktail lounge, banquet rooms and Duncan Hines recommended dining room. all 150 rooms feature air conditioning, combination tub and shower. All color TV, phone, wall-to-wall carpeting, 100% parking. Room service, limousine service, baby sitters. Swimming pool and sun deck surrounded by a Southern garden. ON U.S. 90, 1061 GOVERNMENT STREET, MOBILE, ALA. 438-4652 TWX MO-76


Westminster Village
Title:
Westminster Village
Mobile Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Life is Simply Better Here Located on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Middle Bay, Westminster Village is a lifecare retirement community with a full range of top-quality services and amenities. For more information, please call 1-800-843-3740



Lyric Theatre, Conti and Joachim
Title:
Lyric Theatre, Conti and Joachim
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1912 Oct-16


Government Street
Title:
Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Mar-10



Hotel Admiral Semmes
Title:
Hotel Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1963

Description:
"Home of the famous Bellingrath Gardens" Comfort and convenience keynote the Admiral Semmes; 250 guest rooms and suites tastefully appointed and decorated; completely air-conditioned, television, radio, superb food; you'll enjoy Mobile more when you stay at the Admiral Semmes; an affiliated National Hotel


Government Street, Looking West, Showing Bus Terminal and Admiral Semmes Hotel
Title:
Government Street, Looking West, Showing Bus Terminal and Admiral Semmes Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Admiral Semmes Hotel and Bus Terminal are both new and modern buildings facing Government Street which is a part of the old Spanish trail. Both buildings are located within two blocks of the entrance of Bankhead Tunnel, which passes under Mobile River



Walter B. Fox, Printer
Title:
Walter B. Fox, Printer
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen

Description:
When you need low cost, high quality printing, I've got it! Phone 35735. 950 S. Broad Street


Mobile Motor Lodge
Title:
Mobile Motor Lodge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
3939 Highway 90 West



Mobile Motor Lodge
Title:
Mobile Motor Lodge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Mobile's newest and finest. Private pool. Room controlled air conditioning and steam heat, free 21 inch television. 24 hour telephone service. Next door to Howard Johnson's Restaurant


Court House, Jail in Rear
Title:
Court House, Jail in Rear
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Erected 1902, to the glory of God and in honor of the illustrious brothers, Le Moyne D'Iberville and Le Moyne Bienville who founded Mobile, the first capital of Louisiana, 1702



New, Completely Air-Conditioned Hotel Admiral Semmes
Title:
New, Completely Air-Conditioned Hotel Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
An Affiliated National Hotel "Home of the famous Bellingrath Gardens" Mobile's Newest and Finest ultra-modern hotel. Located at Government and Joachin Streets - easily accessible from any highway and new Bankhead Tunnel. 250 rooms of the most modern in hotel appointments. Visit "The Blue Cove" a restful cocktail lounge and the Colonial Coffee Shop on the street floor...100% AIR CONDITIONED


Winter Gardens Motor Hotel
Title:
Winter Gardens Motor Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1955 Feb-10

Description:
New Highway 90 West-Mobile, Ala



United States Post Office and Skyline
Title:
United States Post Office and Skyline
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at St. Joseph and State Streets


Federal Court House, Post Office and Waterman Building
Title:
Federal Court House, Post Office and Waterman Building
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking south on Saint Joseph street, showing Federal Court House, Post Office and tallest building known as Waterman Building is 18 stories high. This is the home of Waterman Steamship Corporation. Completed in 1948; first floor is unique with the large world revolving on its axis and the seven murals overhead



Street View of United States Post Office
Title:
Street View of United States Post Office
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at St. Joseph and State Streets, this new modern post office, built at an approximate cost of three million dollars was completed and occupied in April of 1967


Country Club and Grounds
Title:
Country Club and Grounds
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1928



Beverly Hotel
Title:
Beverly Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
S458 Government Blvd. - Phone 661-0331; US Highway 90 West. Beautiful spacious rooms & suites; also kitchenettes; central air conditioned, summer; steam heat, winter; temperature thermostat controlled in each room; room phones; free TV, radio & coffee; color TV in some rooms & in large guest lobby; wall-to-wall carpets; tile baths; for your pleasure, swimming pool, Brunswick Gold Crown billiard room, playground swings for children, all free & reserved for guests only; excellent restaurants nearby; we are most centrally located to Mobile Azalea Trail, three blocks to bowling alley, six blocks to 18 hole golf course, near Bellingrath Gardens. Single-$7.00; double-$8.50; twins-$10.00; children under 12 years free in room with parents. Mr. & Mrs. George Crenshaw, owners & Hosts


St. Francis Hotel Courts
Title:
St. Francis Hotel Courts
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"The Travelers Home of Distinction" 73 Rooms 73 Tile Baths Complete Hotel Service Mobile Alabama & Montgomery, Alabama No Parking Problems No Fire Hazards A Beauty rest Mattress on Every Bed Catering to Tourists & the Commercial Traveler



United States Post Office and Skyline
Title:
United States Post Office and Skyline
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome


Cochrane Bridge
Title:
Cochrane Bridge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Cochrane Bridge across the headwaters of Mobile Bay, erected at a cost of $2,500,000.00 crosses the mouth of 5 rivers emptying into Mobile Bay. It is an important link in the Old Spanish Trail - connecting Mobile, Ala. with Pensacola, Florida. The center span is one block long and lifts vertically, 135 long above the water allowing the largest of ocean going vessels to pass. It is not a toll bridge, but a free bridge



Seamen's Club, 350 St. Joseph St
Title:
Seamen's Club, 350 St. Joseph St
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1956 Nov-30

Description:
SEAMEN'S CLUB OF MOBILE, originated in 1843 and incorporated in 1845, has given continuous service during this time to seamen of all nationalities. Present building completed at a cost of $1,368,000.00, and was opened October 3, 1949. This building is considered the finest of its kind in the world, and is air-conditioned throughout


Jesuit College, Spring Hill
Title:
Jesuit College, Spring Hill
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jul-1



Alabama & Historama Railway Co. Battleship Parkway
Title:
Alabama & Historama Railway Co. Battleship Parkway
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Serving Alabama Historama, adjacent to the Battleship USS Alabama Park. Enjoy the view of the Park and the Mobile skyline from the train. You'll also thrill to the action-packed dramatic history of Alabama inside Alabama Historama


The Battle House
Title:
The Battle House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Modern Plant of the Mobile Press Register
Title:
Modern Plant of the Mobile Press Register
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The modern brick and glass building of the Mobile Press Register is located at Government and Claiborn Sts. These newspapers serve wide territory in Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. The Morning Register was founded in 1814. The Afternoon Press in 1929. The two papers are combined for the Sunday issue


Brookley Field Recreaional Center (Fort Whiting)
Title:
Brookley Field Recreaional Center (Fort Whiting)
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Huge Brookley Field Recreation Center and Hostess House, is used for Dances, Athletics and all social affairs by the military and civilian population of Mobile. The famous Mardi Gras ball of Mobile is held here every year. This colorful event brings many thousands of visitors from all over the country to witness and participate in it



Modern Plant of the Mobile Press Register
Title:
Modern Plant of the Mobile Press Register
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
the modern brick and glass building of the Mobile Press Register is located at Government and Claiborn Sts. These newspapers serve wide territory in Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. The Morning Register was founded in 1814. The Afternoon Press in 1929. The two papers are combined for the Sunday issue


Palms Motel
Title:
Palms Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
53 rooms located by Skyline Shopping Center, color TV, pool, free coffee, surrounded by good restaurants and lounges. Close to world famous Bellingrath Gardens. US 90 West



Palms Motel
Title:
Palms Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Palms Motel, 53 rooms located by Skyline Shopping Center, color TV, pool, free coffee, surrounded by good restaurants and lounges. Close to world famous Bellingrath Gardens. US 90 West. Mobile, Ala. 36609


The Palms Motel
Title:
The Palms Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
53 rooms located by Skyline Shopping Center, color TV, pool, free coffee, surrounded by good restaurants and lounges. Close to world famous Bellingrath Gardens. US 90 West. Mobile, Ala. 36609



Spanish Fort Restaurant
Title:
Spanish Fort Restaurant
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 7 miles east of Mobile, Alabama (Junctio9n US 31-90-98) This beautiful dining room overlooking romantic Mobile Bay, is operated in connection with a 24-hour coffee shop and snack bar by Spanish Fort Motels. Controlled lighting, appropriate Muzak, and carpeted floors, contribute to the quiet elegance of meals expertly prepared and served. Three beautiful rooms, sound-proof, are available from 2-300 persons. Coffee shop and snack bar are famous for home-made pastries. member Diners' Club; Mail Address: PO Box 298; telephone: HEmlock 2-8856


Federal Court House, Post Office and Waterman Building
Title:
Federal Court House, Post Office and Waterman Building
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM Oct-2

Description:
Looking south on Saint Joseph street, showing Federal Court House, Post Office and tallest building known as Waterman Building is 18 stories high. This is the home of Waterman Steamship Corporation. Completed in 1948. First floor is unique with the large world revolving on its axis and the seven murals overhead



Village Inn Pancake House
Title:
Village Inn Pancake House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
2765 Government Boulevard, Mobile, Alabama. To those who enjoy a quiet and restful family atmosphere, who enjoy gracious living and good food at its best; we offer our utmost efforts. Village Inn Pancakes are made from our own special tested recipes. No prepared mixes are used. You may select from 16 tempting varieties. Delicious steaks, chops, and Rocky Mountain trout are served to your taste. Yours to enjoy for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Open 7 days a week. 6 A.M. to 2 A.M Dexter Press, Inc


Town House Motor Hotel
Title:
Town House Motor Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1963 Aug-13

Description:
Luxurious, resort style living in historic downtown Mobile. Cocktail lounge, banquet rooms and Duncan Hines recommended dining room. All 150 rooms feature air conditioning, combination tub and shower, TV, phone, wall-to-wall carpeting, 100% parking; room service, limousine service, baby sitters; swimming pool and sun deck surrounded by a Southern garden. On US 90, 1061 Government Street. HE 8-4653; TWX MO-76



Downtown Hotel Courts
Title:
Downtown Hotel Courts
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
555 Government St. US 90 and 98 Tunnel Route. 100% air conditioned; TV and phone in every room; family rates; baby cribs; close to everywhere; 24 hour switchboard service; phone HE 3-8456; no tipping; "In the Heart of Historic Mobile" Dexter Press, Inc


The Battle House
Title:
The Battle House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The original Battle House served as General Andrew Jackson's headquarters before the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. The New Battle House was erected several years ago at a cost in excess of a million dollars. It is South Alabama's leading hotel. Its spacious lobby is decorated with impressive murals depicting the history of Mobile under the five flags which have flown over the city since its founding by Bienville in 1699



Providence Infirmary
Title:
Providence Infirmary
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Olssen's Tourist Court
Title:
Olssen's Tourist Court
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
4 Miles West of Heart of City, On Highway 90 23 Well Spaced Cottages - All With Private Bath, Air Cooled - Simmons Beds Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES (For a Night of Pleasant Dreams Be Sure to Stop at Olssen's When in Moblie.)



St. Francis Hotel Courts - "The Traveler's Home of Distinction"
Title:
St. Francis Hotel Courts - "The Traveler's Home of Distinction"
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
U. S. HIGHWAY 31, 80, 82 and 231 SO. WEST - MONTGOMERY, ALA. NEW - U. S. HIGHWAY No. 90 WEST - MOBILE, ALA. ST. FRANCIS HOTEL COURTS Montgomery's Largest Among America's Finest 73 Rooms - 73 Tile Baths Beautyrest Mattresses - Room Telephones Carpeted Floors - 24 Hour Service Some Air-Conditioned Rooms Fine Restaurant nearby. MOBILE, ALA. - 100% Air-Conditioned


Winter Gardens Motor Hotel in Mobile
Title:
Winter Gardens Motor Hotel in Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
New Highway 90 West - Mobile, Ala. 52 modern units, beautiful lobby, office open 24 hours. Circulating hot water heat. Air-conditioned, circulating ice water and a phone in each room. Good restaurant nearby. 10 minutes from heart of city. Phone 78-8461



Swimming Pool, Bama Motel
Title:
Swimming Pool, Bama Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
3 Miles West of Mobile, Alabama. Swimming Pool, Heated in Winter. Reservations suggested...Dial GReenwood 8-8434. Excellent Food...100% Air Conditioned. Television...Telephones...Complete Hotel Service. Charles & Orma Lee Glazner, Owners & Operators


Olsson Motel
Title:
Olsson Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
OLSSON MOTEL, U. S. Highway 90, West, Mobile, Alabama - 100% Air Conditioned, Tile Baths, Airfoam Mattresses, Circulating Ice Water, Restaurant nearby. Phone 78-9191



The Battle House
Title:
The Battle House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 9511 Sep-10

Description:
Fireproof Air-Conditioned One of America's Finest Hotels


USS Alabama
Title:
USS Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This proud fighting vessel is permanently enshrined at the head of Mobile Bay as a memorial to the veterans of Alabama in World War II and Korea. Open daily 8A.M. until sunset



Mobile TraveLodge
Title:
Mobile TraveLodge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
559 Government Street Mobile, Alabama Phone: HEmlock 3-3923 96 Beautiful New Units with Refrigerated Air Conditioning, Free Television, Room Phones, Heated Swimming Pool, and Electrically Heated Sleeping Rooms. In downtown Mobile near shops, theaters, and excellent restaurants. Recommended by AAA. The finest in sleeping comfort. 8 blocks west of Bankhead Tunnel on U. S. Hwy 90. Near the World Famous Bellingrath Gardens


Royal Street
Title:
Royal Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Charley Hess Cigarist, Cigars



Air Depot Groups at Formal Inspection, Brookley Field
Title:
Air Depot Groups at Formal Inspection, Brookley Field
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Public Relations Office, Brookley Field Colourpicture


Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941



Ramada Inn, 1500 Government Street
Title:
Ramada Inn, 1500 Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Lawrence W. Contrell 205 Guest Rooms, T.V., and year 'round air-conditioning. Featuring Constantine's World Famous Foods. Banquet and convention facilities available for 600


St. Francis Hotel Courts
Title:
St. Francis Hotel Courts
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1958 Aug-9

Description:
The three largest and finest courts in Alabama's three largest cities, Mobile, Montgomery and Birmingham. Total of 255 rooms, tile baths, carpeted floors, room telephones, air conditioned, hotel service and fine restaurants - approved by AAA and Duncan Hines Dexter Press, Inc



Battleship USS Alabama
Title:
Battleship USS Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Inside a 16-inch turret. On the right is the optical range finder used to determine the distance to the target. On the left are the doors leading to the gun-loading positions. The instruments in the center are computers for converting range into gun elevation angles


Battleship USS Alabama
Title:
Battleship USS Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Flag Plot. This was the Admiral's Battle-station. Here the staff kept track of our own and enemy forces. A radar repeater and two plotting tables are in the background H.S. Crocker Co. Inc



View of Downtown Mobile
Title:
View of Downtown Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing historic Blenville square, the Waterman Steamship Building, the Merchant's National Bank, and the First National Bank - the tallest building in Alabama


George C. Wallace Tunnel
Title:
George C. Wallace Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The constant change of Mobile can be seen here. The Bankhead Tunnel and the busy river front with the new Highways and I-10. Mobile is on the move



Palms Motel
Title:
Palms Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1969 Oct-23

Description:
52 units, pool, TV, phones, commercial rates. Three restaurants, lounge, shopping center adjacent. Convenient to Bellingrath Gardens golf courses and bowling lanes. US 90 West, Mobile, Alabama. Phone 478-8461


Old Spanish Fort Tourist Village
Title:
Old Spanish Fort Tourist Village
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Enjoys an enviable reputation from coast to coast for fine food and lodging. It's 60 well appointed guest rooms (35 air conditioned) are supplemented with an attractive dining room, coffee shop, soda fountain, gift shop, and Texaco service station. The Village is located under towering pines on the historic site of the Battle of Mobile Bay (1865) 7 miles east of Mobile, Alabama, wher US Hiways No. 31 & No. 90 converge into Bankhead Tunnel. Mail address: Box 398, Mobile, Alabama, Phone: Fairhope 7111. Mr. & Mrs. Geo. E. Fuller, Owners. P.S. Old Spanish Fort Town House at 755 Government Street, Mobile, Alabama is centrally located near restaurants, churches, movies. Phone 3-4225



Palms Motel
Title:
Palms Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1968

Description:
52 units, pool, TV, phones, commercial rates. Three restaurants, lounge, shopping center adjacent. Conveninet to Bellingrath Gardens, golf courses, and bowling lanes. US 90 West, Mobile, Alabama. Phone 478-8461 Henry McGraw Printing


Horse show Band, Shell Road
Title:
Horse show Band, Shell Road
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-22



Battleship USS Alabama
Title:
Battleship USS Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
A scene aboard the 35,000 ton Battleship USS ALABAMA, which now serves as a state shrine, a memorial to Alabamians who fought in our nation's wars


Thunderbird Inn of Mobile
Title:
Thunderbird Inn of Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Mobile Causeway - U.S. 90, 98, 31 East Mobile, Alabama Fishing - Swimming Pool - Air-Conditioned - Putting Green - Muzak - Radio - T.V. in Every Room Restaurant and Lounge Six Minutes from Downtown Mobile Dexter Press Inc



U.S.S. Alabama
Title:
U.S.S. Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Battleship Park is an All-Service memorial. Here are displays on loan from the Air Force, a C-47 transport, CH-21 B helicopter, and P-51 fighter, complement the battleship and the submarine


U.S.S. Drum, Mobile, Alabama
Title:
U.S.S. Drum, Mobile, Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The U.S.S. Drum was named for a large sea bass found off the north atlantic and gulf coasts. Built at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, she was in 13 war patrols, awarded 12 campaign stars and sank 15 japanese ships totaling over 80,000 tons



Olsson Motel
Title:
Olsson Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
U.S. Highway 90 West - 100% Air Conditioned, Tile Baths, Airfoam Mattresses, Circulating Ice Water, Restaurant nearby


Winter Gardens Motor Hotel
Title:
Winter Gardens Motor Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
New Highway 90 West. 50 Modern units, beautiful lobby, office open 24 hours, Circulating hot water heat, Air-conditioned, circulating ice water and a phone in each room, Good restaurants nearby, 10 minutes from heart from city. Phone 78-8461



The Hotel Admiral Semmes
Title:
The Hotel Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943 Aug-23

Description:
Series 15935


Mobile Press Register
Title:
Mobile Press Register
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The modern brick and glass building of the Mobile Press Register is located at Government and Claiborn Sts. These newspapers serve wide territory in Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. The Morning Register was founded in 1814. The Afternoon Press in 1929. The two papers are combined for the Sunday issue



Y.W.C.A
Title:
Y.W.C.A
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
1060 Government Street, Mobile, Alabama This building extends to the rear to include residence for 72 young women, a gymnasium-auditorium, and club and classrooms for youth and adult activities


Spanish Ranch motel
Title:
Spanish Ranch motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 7 miles E. of Mobile, Alabama at the junction of U.S. 90 & 31; Is built on the site of the last battle of the Civil War (April 8-9, 1865). The original trenches and breastworks have been well preserved. This beautiful motel, completely air conditioned has free television in every room, central heating, and all year paddock swimming pool with wading pool, playground, etc. It is well named "The Waldorf of Motor Courts". Old Spanish Fort, Inc. owners-operators. Mail address: Box 398, Mobile, Alabama. Telephone Fairhope 7111; "A Best Southern Motels Selection"



Downtown Hotel Courts
Title:
Downtown Hotel Courts
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
50 Units * 100% Air Conditioned * Phone in each room Tile Baths * Wall to wall carpets * Family Rates * Ample Parking * TV available * Close to everywhere Mirro-krome


Spanish Fort Motel
Title:
Spanish Fort Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1960 Jan-16

Description:
Located 7 Miles East of Mobile, Alabama (Junction U.S. 31-90-98) 38 beautifully furnished-carpeted rooms with telephones, free TV; air-conditioners and electric wall heaters thermo controlled. King-size swimming pool, wading pool and playgrounds. - Attractive lobby with color TV. Dining Room and 24-hour Coffee Shop. Member Master Hosts, Congress of Motor Hotels, AAA, Diners Club, American Express Credit Cards honored, Teletype MO 295. Mail Address: P. O. Box 398, MOBILE, ALABAMA Telephone: HEmlock 2-8856



Albert Pick Motel
Title:
Albert Pick Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
125 Air-conditioned rooms, all with television, 24-hour telephone service, Heated swimming pool. Restaurant. Ideal meeting facilities. Free parking. No room charge for children under 12


Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM Jul-6



Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches: Open to traffic Feb. 20, 1941


The Admiral Semmes
Title:
The Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Mobile's Downtown Motor Hotel. The Admiral Semmes, Mobile, Alabama. 110 oversized guest rooms, most with private balconies overlooking patio pool. Pool is temperature controlled for year round use. Delightful Purple Paddle cocktail lounge. Magnificent lobby and dining facilities. Two elevators. Ice machines on each floor. TV. Completely air-conditioned. Free parking. In the heart of the business district on Highway 90



The Battle House
Title:
The Battle House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
14667 N Series 90 The original Battle House served as General Andrew Jackson's Headquarters before the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. The new Battle House was erected several years ago at a cost in excess of a million dollars. It is south Alabama's leading hotel. Its spacious lobby is decorated with impressive murals depicting the history of Mobile under the five flags which have flown over the city since its founding by Bienville in 1699


Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1B-H602 Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffice Feb. 20, 1941



St. Francis Street
Title:
St. Francis Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Mar-05

Description:
Series 5164


Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Docks
Title:
Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Docks
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 6A-H2645



Post Office And New Federal Building
Title:
Post Office And New Federal Building
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 107


A Busy Harbor Scene
Title:
A Busy Harbor Scene
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 117



A Typical Southern Sunset Over The Bay
Title:
A Typical Southern Sunset Over The Bay
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series S 1 The city of Mobile is located on the west side of the river at the head of Mobile Bay which is thirty miles long and about fifteen miles wide, an arm of the Gulf of Mexico.


Interior Of Bankhead Tunnel Under Mobile River
Title:
Interior Of Bankhead Tunnel Under Mobile River
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1B-H98 Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941.



Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Docks
Title:
Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Docks
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 6A-H2646


Alabama State Docks
Title:
Alabama State Docks
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 39 The Alabama State Docks, at Mobile, on Mobile Bay. These Docks, representing a present valuation in excess of $20,000,000, have raised Mobile in recent years to the rank of sixth port in the nation. Through the Docks moves a tremendous tonnage to and from all the important ports of the world. Constructed by the State of Alabama at an original cost exceeding $10,000,000, the Docks are now undergoing expansion costing approximately $4,000,000 more. Accompanying the erection of the Docks there has been a very great growth of manufacturing plants and port facilities all around them.



Bienville Cross, Bienville Square
Title:
Bienville Cross, Bienville Square
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1954 May-04

Description:
Series 101 This public park in the center of the business section was set aside for park purposes when the city of Mobile was chartered by the first Alabama State Legislature more than a hundred years ago. A granite cross erected by the Colonial Dames of Alabama near Dauphin Street bears the inscription: "To Jean Baptiste La money, Sieur de Bienville. Native of Montreal, Canada. Naval Office of France, Governor of Louisiana and founder of its first capital, Mobile, 1711.


Eastern Entrance Of Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance Of Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1B-H602 Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941.



Government Street
Title:
Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1B-H601 Government Street, Looking West, showing Bus Terminal and Admiral Semmes Hotel, Mobile, Ala. Admiral Semmes Hotel and Bus Terminal, are both new and modern buildings facing Government Street which is a part of the old Spanish trail. Both buildings are located within two blocks of the entrance of Bankhead tunnel, which passes under Mobile River.


The Hotel Admiral Semmes
Title:
The Hotel Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



The Chapel, Spring Hill college
Title:
The Chapel, Spring Hill college
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Government Street
Title:
Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Admiral Semmes Hotel and Bus Terminal, are both new and modern buildings facing Government Street which is a part of the old Spanish trail. Both buildings are located within two blocks of the entrance of Bankhead Tunnel, which passes under Mobile River.



Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Bellingrath Gardens are located on Picturesque Isle-Aux-Oies-River, about 17 miles from Mobile on U.S. Highway 90. The natural beauty of this estate is made more beautiful by the thousands of Azalea Shrubs, which burst into bloom the latter part of February. At the height of the flowering season the blooms completely hide the limbs and leaves of these plants. Solid masses of flowers is shades of white, pink, salmon, red, orange and cerise.


The Admiral Semmes
Title:
The Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
110 oversized guest rooms, most with private balconies overlooking patio pool. Pool is temperature controlled for year round use. Delightful Purple Paddle cocktail lounge. Magnificent lobby and dining facilities. Two elevators. Ice machines on each floor. TV. Completely air-conditioned. Free parking. In the heart of the business district on Highway 90.



Providence Hospital
Title:
Providence Hospital
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1960 May-27


Os2U Kingfisher
Title:
Os2U Kingfisher
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This OS2U "Kingfisher" seaplane is the only assembled one on display in the United States. During World War II Three of these planes were assigned to the Alabama for scouting and observation missions. This plane, a gift from the Mexican Navy, was restored by Brookley AFB mechanics during their off-duty hours.



U. S. S. Alabama
Title:
U. S. S. Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The mighty battleship can be seen in its permanent home in Mobile Bay


Eastern Entrance Of Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance Of Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941.



Government Street Looking West
Title:
Government Street Looking West
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Government Street, Looking West, showing Bus Terminal and Admiral Semmes Hotel, Mobile, Ala. Admiral Semmes Hotel and Bus Terminal, are both new and modern buildings facing Government Street which is a part of the old Spanish trail. Both buildings are located within two blocks of the entrance of Bankhead Tunnel, which passes under Mobile River.


Government Street Scene
Title:
Government Street Scene
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Spring Hill College Chapel
Title:
Spring Hill College Chapel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Spring Hill College Chapel, Mobile, Alabama… Spring Hill College, established over 100 years ago, a co-educational college operated by the Jesuit Order of the Catholic Church, is located on Old Shell Road.


Marine Hospital
Title:
Marine Hospital
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Jesuit College Lake
Title:
Jesuit College Lake
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Feb-01


The Cathedral
Title:
The Cathedral
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-23



Rodeway Inn, 1-10 Michigan Avenue
Title:
Rodeway Inn, 1-10 Michigan Avenue
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1975 Oct-08

Description:
153 rooms. Latest in luxury accommodations, pool, Color TV, Air conditioning, Beef 'N' bare restorent and lounge, entertainment Nitely on 1-10 minutes from downtown, quick beltline access all other points.


The Ranch Restaurant
Title:
The Ranch Restaurant
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the South's outstanding restaurants. Completely air conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines, AAA, Gourmet and A. Lowell Hunt.



Interior Of Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception
Title:
Interior Of Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Patio Of The Bellingrath Home, Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Patio Of The Bellingrath Home, Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Bellingrath gardens and home, open the year 'round, are located less than 20 miles south of mobile, on U.S. 90. During the fall and winter months, thousands of camellias, embracing hundreds of varieties, are blooming. Beginning in February and lasting into April, hundreds of thousands of azaleas burst into masses of color. As the seasons progress, hundreds of other common and exotic species take their place in the parade of color. The non-profit (No Suggestions) foundation administers the gardens for the three colleges and two churches that are its beneficiaries.



Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Bellingrath gardens, open the year 'round are located less than 20 miles south of mobile, Ala., on U.S. 90. During the fall and winter months, thousands of camellias, embracing hundreds of varieties, are blooming. Beginning in February and lasting into April, hundreds of thousands of azaleas burst into passionate flower, completely hiding their foliage in solid masses of white, pink, salmon, red, orange and cerise. During the spring and summer, all seasonal flowers and many exotics abound.


Alabama & Historama Railway Co.,, Battleship Parkway
Title:
Alabama & Historama Railway Co.,, Battleship Parkway
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Serving Alabama Historama, Adjacent to the Battleship USS Alabama Park. Enjoy the view of the Park and the Mobile skyline from the train. You'll also thrill to the action-packed dramatic history of Alabama inside Alabama Historama.



Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing the Bellingrath Home, which houses the Bessie Morse Bellingrath collection.


Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing one of the many paths lined with Camellias, Azaleas and other colorful flowers.



Historic Braxton Bragg Home
Title:
Historic Braxton Bragg Home
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of Confederate Gen. Brgg. Framed by magnificent live oaks, carpets of green lawn and bordered by colorful azaleas. The beautiful old home is located at 1906 spring Hill Ave. Gen. Bragg Won distinction for his brilliant military strategy at the Battle of Chickamauga.


Mardi Gras
Title:
Mardi Gras
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing the King's Float which remains the same every year. Mardi Gras originated in Mobile, the first ball being held on Shrove Tuesday in 1859. However, similar festivals on New Year's Eve date back to 1831.



Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1962 Dec-26

Description:
Bellingrath Gardens, open the year round, are located less than 20 miles south of Mobile, Ala., on U. S. 90. During the fall and winter months, thousands of Camellias, embracing hundreds of varieties, are blooming. Beginning in February and lasting into April hundreds of thousands of Azaleas burst into passionate flower, completely hiding their foliage in solid masses of white, pink, salmon. red, orange and cerise. During the spring and summer, all seasonal flowers and many exotics abound.


Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Underneath the Mobile River, connecting government Street with U. S. Highway 90, East. This 3,389 feet long underwater tunnel was completed in 1941 at a cist if $4,000,000 and is 49 feet below mean high water level of the river.



Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
View of downtown Mobile showing historic Bienville Square, the Waterman Steamship Building, the Merchants National Bank, and the First, National Bank - the tallest building in Alabama.


Hotel Admiral Semmes
Title:
Hotel Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"Home of the famous Bellingrath Gardens" Comfort and convenience keynote the Admiral Semmes. 250 guest rooms and suites tastefully appointed and decorated. Completely Air-Conditioned, television, radio, superb food. You'll enjoy Mobile more when you stop at the admiral Semmes. An Affiliated National Hotel.



Bellingrath Gardens, Near Mobile
Title:
Bellingrath Gardens, Near Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
From every angle and in every nook of these gardens, one sees floral displays and vistas to be remembered always. The country estate of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Bellingrath has become world-famed and travelers from all parts of the globe come to visit its landscaped beauty. Near Washington's Birthday thousands of Azalea Plants burst into bloom and create a scene of breath-taking splendor.


Historic Bienville Square
Title:
Historic Bienville Square
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic Bienville Square, named in honor of Jean Baptist Le Moyne, Sier de Bienville, the founder of Mobile. Located in the heart of downtown Mobile where the shopper or tourist pauses in the shadow of skyscrapers; to admire this floral beauty.



Oakleigh
Title:
Oakleigh
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Oakleigh, a fine example of a Southern raised cottage showing Greek influence was built in the 1830's. Once in the center of a large plantation, the home is now only a few blocks room the expanding business district of Mobile, Alabama. The home is the headquarters of the Historic Mobile Preservation Society and is open to the public.


Cawthon Hotel
Title:
Cawthon Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
"Mobile's Favorite Hotel" Free Parking-Fireproof The Cawthon Rose Room serves the finest in Cocktails, Seafoods and Meats P. C. Senn, Manager



Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Docks
Title:
Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Docks
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Interior Of Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception
Title:
Interior Of Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Phoenix Fire Museum
Title:
Phoenix Fire Museum
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This restoration memorializes one of the volunteer fire departments of 19th century Mobile. Built in the 1850's and used until shortly after 1900. Fire fighting was an early American sport which in the 18th and 19th century was said to be more popular than baseball - one of the main contests was to see which "team" could shoot water the highest.



Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Entrance building scene showing beautiful flowers inside and doorway to the "Charm Spot of the Deep South." Open all year, the Gardens are world renowned.


Town House Motor Hotel, U. S. 90, 1061 Government Street
Title:
Town House Motor Hotel, U. S. 90, 1061 Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Luxurious, resort style living in historic downtown Mobile. Cocktail lounge, banquet rooms and Duncan Hines recommended dining room. All 150 rooms feature air conditioning, combination tub and shower. All color TV, phone, wall t-to-wall carpeting, 100% parking. Room service, limousine service, baby sitters. Swimming pool and sun deck surrounded by a Southern garden.



A View On Dog River
Title:
A View On Dog River
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Apr-26

Description:
A view on Dog River. Dog River is a local name given to the Escatawpa River. It rises in Washington On Ala., and runs nearly south, passing into the State of Mississippi. It enters the Pascagoula River six miles form its mouth. These placid streams, with picturesque surroundings, abound in the South; some are scarcely, if at all, navigable.


View In Patio, Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
View In Patio, Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Real Photo unused



Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Real Photo unused


Augusta Evans Old Home
Title:
Augusta Evans Old Home
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1911



Post Office And Federal Building
Title:
Post Office And Federal Building
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of Mobile's most handsome buildings. The two federal structures occupy the entire block of frontage on St. Joseph Street, from St. Michael to St. Louis Streets, housing all Federal agencies in the City of Mobile.


The Battle House
Title:
The Battle House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Fireproof Air - Conditioned. One of America's Fine Hotels



Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Government St. Presbyterian Church
Title:
Government St. Presbyterian Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1917



Convent Of The Visitation
Title:
Convent Of The Visitation
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


New Hotel Admiral Semmes
Title:
New Hotel Admiral Semmes
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
An Affiliated National Hotel. "Home of the famous Bellingrath Gardens". Mobile's Newest and Finest ultra-modern hotel. Located at Government and Joachin Streets Easily accessible from any highway and new Bankhead Tunnel. 250 rooms of the most modern in hotel appointments. Visit "The Blue Cove" a restful cocktail lounge, and the Colonial Coffee Shop on the street floor . . . 100% air conditioned.



Iron Lace Work And Spanish Moss, Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Iron Lace Work And Spanish Moss, Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Beauty is everywhere in these delightful gardens. The Country estate of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Bellingrath has world-wide fame. Travelers from all parts of the globe come to visit its landscaped beauty. The most glorious time is around Washington's Birthday When countless azalea blooms fill the grounds with breathtaking splendor


Bienville Square
Title:
Bienville Square
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"The Azalea City." Towering in the background the magnificent structure of the Waterman Building and the Merchants National Bank Building.



Mobile
Title:
Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
An aerial view looking northwest over t he downtown business section, with the Mobile River in the foreground.


Cathedral
Title:
Cathedral
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Government Street Methodist Church
Title:
Government Street Methodist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
THE GOVERNMENT STREET METHODIST CHURCH WAS FOUNDED IN 1826 ON THE CORNER OF FRANKLIN AND ST. MICHAEL STREETS. IT WAS KNOWN AS "THE BEE HIVE." THE CHURCH WAS MOVED AND REBUILT ON THE CORNER OF GOVERNMENT AND BROAD STREET IN 1890, AND THE PRESENT BUILDING WAS COMPLETED IN 1918. IT IS THE "MOTHER CHURCH" OF MOBILE METHODISM. IT IS AIR-CONDITIONED THROUGHOUT.



Dauphin Way Baptist Church
Title:
Dauphin Way Baptist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1954

Description:
THE DOUPHIN WAY BAPTIST CHURCH IS LOCATED IN THE 1200 BLOCK ON DAUPHIN STREET, IN HER HEART OF MOBILE. WITH THE MEMBERSHIP OF OVER 5500, IT IS THE LARGEST CHURCH IN ALABAMA. THE CHURCH PROPERTY COVERS ALMOST A CITY BLOCK, IS OF ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE AND IS CONSIDERED TO BE ONE OF THE MOST MODERN AND COMPLETELY EQUIPPED CHURCHES IN THE NATION. THE PASTOR IS THE REV. DR. HAROLD W. SEEVER.


First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception, Claiborne at Dauphin Street
Title:
Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception, Claiborne at Dauphin Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Cornerstone placed, 1835; Consecrated for worship 1850; Twin towers completed in the 1890's. the edifice serves a congregation formally organized in 1704 making it the mother church of Alabama and oldest parish on the Gulf Coast.


First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1942



Old Southern Home Amid
Title:
Old Southern Home Amid
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Moss Festooned Oaks and Azaleas


Dauphin Way Baptist Church
Title:
Dauphin Way Baptist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Dauphin Way Baptist Church is located in the 1200 block on Dauphin Street, in the heart of Mobile. With a membership of over 5800, it is the largest church in Alabama. The Church property covers almost a city block, is of Romanesque architecture and is considered to be one of the most modern and completely equipped churches in the nation. Pastor is the Rev. Dr. Harold W. Seever.



Trinity Episcopal Church
Title:
Trinity Episcopal Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Erected 1853 at Jackson and St. Anthony Sts. Site now marked by pavement tablet. Razed in 1945 and re-erected at 1900 dauphin St., using same material and reproducing in architectural form and dimensions the original buildings.


Home Of Admiral Rafael Semmes, Government Street
Title:
Home Of Admiral Rafael Semmes, Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of Admiral Rafael Semmes, on Government Street. Mobile, Alabama. Adm. Semmes was commander of the confederate Ship "Alabama", famous sea raider of the War Between the States.



Formal Garden In Mobile During Azalea Time
Title:
Formal Garden In Mobile During Azalea Time
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Azalea border in foreground


Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Cocks
Title:
Ships Of Many Nations At Alabama State Cocks
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Eastern Entrance Of Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance Of Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River. Which reduces by seven and one half miles in distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941.


Bankhead Tunnel Entrance
Title:
Bankhead Tunnel Entrance
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self-liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3,389 feet, under river portion 1,147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941.



Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Key to views on other side : 1. Raphael Semmes Monument 2. Public Library. 3. Blooming Azaleas Along Azalea Trail 4. River Terrace, Bellingrath Gardens 5. Quadrangle, Spring Hill College 6. Watercraft on Mobile Bay 7. Azaleas in Lyons Park 8. A Busy Harbor Scene 9. Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Memorial Park 10. Bienville Cross, Bienville Square.


Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Key to views on other side :- M - Soldiers and Sailors Monument O - A harbor Scene B - Glimpse of Patio, Bellingrath Gardens I - Jesters' Rock Garden, Arlington Pier L - Bienville Cross, Bienville Square E - Azaleas in Blacksher Gardens.


The Battle House
Title:
The Battle House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Truly "One of America's fine hotels", the air-conditioned Battle House is modern in every detail. Cuisine by the famous restaurant LaFayette adds to the pleasure of those who enjoy Southern hospitality here. Convenient garage.



Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Bellingrath Gardens are located on Picturesque Isle-Aux-Oies-River, about 17 miles from Mobile on U. S. Highway 90. The natural beauty of this estate is made more beautiful by the thousands of Azalea Shrubs, which burst into bloom the latter part of February. At the height of the flowering season the blooms completely hide the limbs and leaves of these plants. Solid masses of flowers in shades of white, pink, salmon, red, orange and cerise.


Soldiers And Sailors Memorial
Title:
Soldiers And Sailors Memorial
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Mother's Army and Navy League Memorial Colonnade, dedicated to the World War dead of Mobile and Mobile County. Sixty-one names, of those who died in the service, are inscribed on the bronze tablets. The colonnade is built entirely of Alabama marble, and is located in a beautiful park landscaped almost entirely with Azaleas. Mobile's flower.



Azaleas In Lyons Park
Title:
Azaleas In Lyons Park
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Pat J. Lyons Park, which is Mobile's most important municipal; playground. The park is named for Pat Lyons, who for many years was mayor of the city, and who took deep interest in the movement that gave the children of the city places to play, to swim, and otherwise to amuse themselves.


Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Bellingrath Gardens are located on Picturesque Isle-Aux-Oies-River, about 17 miles from Mobile on U. S. Highway 90. The natural beauty of this estate is made more beautiful by the thousands of Azalea Shrubs, which burst into bloom the latter part of February. At the height of the flowering season the blooms completely hide the limbs and leaves of these plants. Solid masses of flowers in shades of white, pink, salmon, red, orange and cerise.



Azaleas In Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Azaleas In Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The country estate of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Bellingrath, dexterously landscaped, is vividly enhanced by Azaleas, Japonicas and other rare shrubs, a place of natural beauty. Azaleas literally burst into bloom about Washington's Birthday, the flowers hiding the leaves, great masses of dazzling scarlet, crimson, pink and white flare up against their natural settings of dark green live oaks and magnolias.


First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Government Street
Title:
Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1941

Description:
Looking West, showing Bus Terminal and Admiral Semmes Hotel. Admiral Semmes hotel and Bus Terminal, are both new and modern buildings facing Government Street which is a part of the old Spanish trail. Both buildings are located within two blocks of the entrance of Bank head Tunnel, which passes under Mobile River.


Post Office And Federal Building
Title:
Post Office And Federal Building
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of Mobile's most handsome buildings. The two federal structures occupy the entire block of frontage on St. Joseph Street, from St. Michael to St. Louis streets, housing all Federal agencies in the City of Mobile.



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
This is Mobile's most handsome building; it occupies a space of 116 ft. x 160 feet. The construction work was begun August, 1914, and completed Sept 1916. The building is two stories high and fireproof, the exterior is Alabama white marble, while the screen work, boxes, etc., are bronze. There are very elaborate decorations throughout the building, the gold leaf decorations alone costing approximately $2,500.00. the heating system is the latest, thermostat controlled. The approximate cost of site, building, equipment and furnishing is $425,000.00.


Sunset On Mobile Bay
Title:
Sunset On Mobile Bay
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906

Description:
One of the most beautiful sights is to witness the glorious sunset on Mobile Bay, the exquisite blend of colors being most impressive. Mobile Bay is the largest harbor in the world; it admits vessels drawing 23 feet of water.



A View On Dog River
Title:
A View On Dog River
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
Dog River is a local name given to the Escatawpa River. It rises in Wash. Co., Ala., and runs nearly south, passing into the State of Mississippi. It enters the Pascagoula River six miles from its mouth. These placid streams, with picturesque surroundings, abound in the south; some are scarcely, if at all, navigable.


Spring Hill College
Title:
Spring Hill College
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908



The Ranch Restaurant, U.S. Highway 90 West
Title:
The Ranch Restaurant, U.S. Highway 90 West
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the South's outstanding restaurants. Completely air conditioned. Recommended by Duncan Hines, AAA, Gourmet and A. Lowell Hunt.


Mobile Public Library
Title:
Mobile Public Library
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943

Description:
Mobile Public Library, built by muncipal bond issue and costing $250,000.00, was opened Sept. 17th 1928 - now contains over 60,000 books. Located on beautiful Government Street, which is part of Mobile's Azalea trail.



Soldiers And Sailors Memorial
Title:
Soldiers And Sailors Memorial
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943

Description:
Mother's Army and Navy League Memorial Colonnade, dedicated to the World War dead of Mobile and Mobile Country. Sixty-one names, of those who died in the service, are inscribed on the bronze tablets. The Colonnade is built entirely of Alabama marble, and is located in a beautiful park landscaped almost entirely with Azaleas, Mobile's flower.


Azaleas And Spanish Moss in the Sunny South Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Title:
Azaleas And Spanish Moss in the Sunny South Scene In Bellingrath Gardens
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Bellingrath Gardens are located on Picturesque Isle-Aux-Oies-River, about 17 miles from Mobile on U. S. Highway 90. The natural beauty of this estate is made more beautiful by the thousands of Azalea Shrubs, which burst into bloom the latter part of February. At the height of the flowering season the blooms completely hide the limbs and leaves of these plants. Solid masses of flowers in shades of white, pink, salmon, red, orange and cerise.



Louisville and Nashville Railroad Station Debris
Title:
Real Photo unused


Hurricane/Tidal Wave October 1906
Title:
Real Photo unused



River Front
Title:
River Front
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Unloading a Banana Steamer
Title:
Unloading a Banana Steamer
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1910 Jan



Mardi Gras Parade - Bienville Square
Title:
Mardi Gras Parade - Bienville Square
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


A Happy Christmas - Boats in the Water
Title:
A Happy Christmas - Boats in the Water
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1915 Dec-22



Barton Academy
Title:
Barton Academy
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1912 Dec-27


Monroe Park & Pier
Title:
Monroe Park & Pier
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Royal Street
Title:
Royal Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
Royal Street originally ran between the Fort Louis de la Mobile and the Mobile River and has always been the city's main street and business centre, where are to be found the largest office buildings, retail stores and the famous Battle House


Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
Eastern Entrance of Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941



Mardi Gras
Title:
Mardi Gras
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The New World's first Mardi Gras was held in Mobile, Ala. Many of today's carnival organizations there had their founding during America's early colonial days. Shown is one of the hundreds of colorful floats which participate in the series of lovely night parades that mark the final few days prior to the solemnity of the coming of Easter


Azaleas in Bienville Square and Cawthon Hotel
Title:
Azaleas in Bienville Square and Cawthon Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen



The Cawthon Hotel
Title:
The Cawthon Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Cawthon "Mobile's Favorite Hotel" Free Parking - Fireproof The Cawthon Rose Room serves the finest in Cocktails, Seafoods and Meats P.C. Senn, Manager


A Mule Drawn Float
Title:
A Mule Drawn Float
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
A mule-drawn float in one of Mobile's recent Mardi Gras night parades. Mardi Gras - The legend of the Mardi Gras that originated in Europe is a later outgrowth here of Mobile's first mystic society which is known as the famous old "Cowbellian de Rakins." This organization held its first celebration on New Year's Eve in 1831. On that eventful eve young men carried cowbells and rakes noisely through the city streets; and thus was born its name. Some of the original Cowbellians succeeded in 1842 to visit New Orleans en masse to present the first Mardi Gras ball of that city



Old Spanish Fort Tourist Village - A Quiet, Restful Retreat Overlooking Beautiful Mobile Bay
Title:
Old Spanish Fort Tourist Village - A Quiet, Restful Retreat Overlooking Beautiful Mobile Bay
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Historic Spot of the Deep South--Junction U.S. 31 & U.S. 90 OLD SPANISH FORT TOURIST VILLAGE located 7 miles east of Mobile, Alabama, at the junction of U.S. Highways 31 & 90, is built on the site of the last battle of the War Between the States (April 8-9, 1865). The original trenches and breast works have been preserved and official U.S. Government War Department maps identify the various batterys, gun replacements, etc. The 60 unit motor court, restaurant, etc. (Air conditioned) enjoy a Coast-to-Coast reputation for excellent service and genuine hospitality. Mail address: Box 398, Mobile, Alabama. Telephone Fairhope 7111. Mr. & Mrs. Geo. E. Fuller, Owners


Murphy High School
Title:
Murphy High School
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM Aug-6

Description:
One of the largest in the south, was built in 1926 at a cost of approximately $1,250,000. Covering an area of thirty acres in an attractive residential section, its many buildings of Spanish architecture are silent memorials to the bold navigators that reached these shores in the name of the Spanish Crown. The different buildings - the Academic, Domestic Arts, Manual Arts, Mathematics, Language, Biology, Boys' and Girls' Gymnasiums, Auditorium, and Band Room, Cafeteria, Technical School, along with modern provisions for all sports, and its beautiful campus make a plant of which the city is proud



Sea Ranch Restaurant
Title:
Sea Ranch Restaurant
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Highways U.S. 31, 98, 90. Two miles east of the city, on the causeway. Travelers from all parts of the nation save their appetites for that long-dreamed-of seafood dinner found here. And, more important, fussy food-minded Mobilians look to the Sea Ranch for their favorite seafood dishes and the entertainment of the cocktail lounge. Open daily, including Sundays, from 8:00 AM. TO 12:00 midnight


The Malaga Inn, 357-9 Church Street
Title:
The Malaga Inn, 357-9 Church Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1997 Jan-29

Description:
40 Elegant rooms in Historical Atmosphere with European Courtyard. Original Buildings Circa 1860. Restaurant and Tavern. Directly in front of Mobile Civic Center. (205) 438-4701, 1(800) 235-1586



On the Tombigee River
Title:
On the Tombigee River
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907

Description:
On the Tombigee River. The Tombigee River joins the Alabama River 45 miles above Mobile; from there it is called the Mobile River. It is an important factor in the exporting of the vast cotton output of the State, the cotton belt comprising one-third the total area. Barges and steamers constantly ply the river laden with cotton


Entrance to Spring Hill College
Title:
Entrance to Spring Hill College
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Convent of Mercy
Title:
Convent of Mercy
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Perry Motor Lodge
Title:
Perry Motor Lodge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Phone 461-K. Air conditioned. TV. Steam heat. US Highway 19 - 98 - Alt. 27. Mr. & Mrs. T.W. Kirkland. Owners and operators Dexter Press Inc



Court House
Title:
Court House
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-10


Beverly Motel
Title:
Beverly Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome

Description:
Palmer Studio Beautiful Spacious Rooms & Suites - Also Kitchenettes - Central Air Conditioned, Summer; Steam Heat, Winter - Temperature Thermostat Controlled in each Room - Room Phones - Free Phones - Free TV, Radio & Coffee - Color TV in some Rooms & in in Large Guest Lobby - Wall-to-Wall Carpets - Tile Baths - For Your Pleasure, Swimming Pool, Brunswick Gold Crown Billiard Room, Playground Swings for Children, all free & Reserved for Guests Only - Excellent Restaurants Nearby - We are most centrally located to Mobile Azalea Trail, Three Blocks to Bowling Alley, Six Blocks to 18 Hole Golf Course, Near Bellingrath Gardens - Children under 12 Years Free in Room with Parents. Mr. & Mrs. George Crenshaw, Owners & Hosts



Scottish Rite Cathedral
Title:
Scottish Rite Cathedral
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
A concrete monolith located at the southwest corner of Claiborne and St. Francis Streets. Corner stone laid November 30, 1921, and the building finished in 1922


Rodeway Inn I-10
Title:
Rodeway Inn I-10
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
1724 Michigan Avenue; (205) 478-3013



Lobby of Cawthon Hotel
Title:
Lobby of Cawthon Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


La Clede Hotel at entrance to Bankhead Tunnel
Title:
La Clede Hotel at entrance to Bankhead Tunnel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
La Clede Hotel, 150-169 Government St., Old Mobile 2, Ala. A quaint and picturesque exterior that saw the brilliant days of the fabulous 50's--today's most modern interior catering to the demands of experienced travelers. All the charming atmosphere of the Old South. Parking available. John W. Wheeler, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr



Christ Episcopal Church
Title:
Christ Episcopal Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back


Academy of the Visitation
Title:
Academy of the Visitation
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Academy of the Visitation, a boarding and day School for Young Ladies, was founded in 1833 and chartered in 1847. The Academy enjoys the rights and privileges of a first-class Institution, and is affiliated with the Catholic University, Washington, D. C. and with the Alabama State University. Situated in a most healthful and picturesque spot in suburban Mobile, with its spacious grounds, the latest addition, a fine Swimming Pool, it offers most ideal environments for Young Ladies



Cawthon Hotel
Title:
Cawthon Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
European plan. Free parking space for guests adjoining hotel. J.H. Pippen, Manager


Scenic Motel
Title:
Scenic Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Route 98 West of Mobile, Alabama. Clean, comfortable units with private tile baths, air conditioning and safe heat. 5300 Moffett Rd. Phone 344-0538. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lyle, owners-operators Dexter Press, Inc



Shady Bank Motel
Title:
Shady Bank Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1959

Description:
On hall's Mill Creek-- Good fishing-- Picnic grounds


Bienville Square
Title:
Bienville Square
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Feb-09

Description:
Series G 16053



Cutting Corn
Title:
Cutting Corn
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1920 May-27

Description:
How We Do Things At Mobile


Bienville Square
Title:
Bienville Square
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Feb-09

Description:
Series 2608



Loading Ocean Going Steamers
Title:
Loading Ocean Going Steamers
Mobile Alabama (AL), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series B-56


Fort Morgan
Title:
Fort Morgan
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 118



Seamen's Club Of Mobile
Title:
Seamen's Club Of Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Seamen's Club of Mobile originated in 1834, incorporated in 1845. Present Club erected 1949. Private rooms with bath. Air-conditioned club facilities. Lounge, coffee shop. Family accommodations.


Seamen's Club Of Mobile
Title:
Seamen's Club Of Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Seamen's Club of Mobile originated in 1834, incorporated in 1845. Present Club erected 1949. Private rooms with bath. Air-conditioned club facilities. Lounge, coffee shop. Family accommodations.



20Mm AA Gun
Title:
20Mm AA Gun
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This is a 20mm AA Gun. The ship was armed with 52 20mm AA guns for defense against low-flying enemy planes


40Mm Gun And Shells
Title:
40Mm Gun And Shells
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
40mm Gun and Shells. This view shows in the foreground two of the 40mm rounds of ammunition. The 40mm mount is just above. Above that is a 5-inch enclosed mount, and the radar antennae can be seen at the top of the superstructure.



Laundry
Title:
Laundry
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Laundry - 2500 men used a lot of cloths. The Navy required all hands to be in clean clothes for battle because there would be less danger of infection in case of injury


Interior Of Bankhead Tunnel Under Mobile River
Title:
Interior Of Bankhead Tunnel Under Mobile River
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Bankhead Tunnel, named after a distinguished Alabama statesman, is the first engineering feat of its kind in the deep South. A four million dollar self liquidating traffic artery under Mobile River, which reduces by seven and one half miles the distance between the city and points north and east on the Old Spanish Trail. Total length 3389 feet, under river portion 1147 feet, width of roadway 21 feet, headroom 13 feet 6 inches. Opened to traffic Feb. 20, 1941.



Unloading Sisal Hemp
Title:
Unloading Sisal Hemp
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Aug-10


Providence Infirmary
Title:
Providence Infirmary
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Providence Infirmary is Mobile's finest and largest infirmary. It is situated in the western part of the city, on Spring Hill Avenue.



Hotel Bienville
Title:
Hotel Bienville
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Cawthon Hotel
Title:
Cawthon Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Feb-02



Turner Terminals
Title:
Turner Terminals
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
Privately Owned, affording shipside delivery of freight by rail and water. On the left are storage warehouses and transit sheds; on the right the lumber yard and timber dump.


North Monterey Street
Title:
North Monterey Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
The ancient live oaks with their spreading branches and evergreen foliage are the crowning glory of Mobile. Many of them were here when Bienville first visited the present site of Mobile, more than 220 years ago.



Academy Of The Visitation
Title:
Academy Of The Visitation
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Academy of the Visitation, a boarding and day School for Young Ladies, was founded in 1833 and chartered in 1847. The Academy enjoys the rights and privileges of a first-class Institution, and is affiliated with the Catholic University. Washington. D.C.. and with the Alabama State University. Situated in a most healthful and picturesque spot in suburban Mobile, with its spacious grounds, the latest addition, a fine Swimming Pool, it offers most ideal environments for Young Ladies.


Home Of Admiral Rafael Semmes, Government Street
Title:
Home Of Admiral Rafael Semmes, Government Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Adm. Semmes was commander of the Confederate Ship "Alabama", famous sea raider of the War Between the States.



Stone Container Corp
Title:
Stone Container Corp
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Tentative schedule folding & set up grades. Dates. Whites: Chips: Jutes and Craft: Specialties: Phone Today 1-800-633-3030


Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception, Claiborne at Dauphin Street
Title:
Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception, Claiborne at Dauphin Street
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Crypt Chapel - located beneath the sanctuary is notable for its Crucifixion mosaic and altar of Sicilican jasper. Burial Vaults contains four former Bishops of Mobile; Michael Portier, d. 1859; Dominic Manucy, d. 1886; Jeremiah O'Sullivan, d. 1895; Edward P. Allen, d. 1926.



Alabama Historama, Battleship Parkway
Title:
Alabama Historama, Battleship Parkway
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama Historama, located on the Battleship Parkway, adjacent to the enshrined USS Alabama, is a first for the entire nation. For Alabamians who love Alabama and others who would like to know what makes Alabama "Tick," Alabama Historama is a necessity to see. A family attraction built and operated for your entertainment and education.


Bienville Motel
Title:
Bienville Motel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"A home away from home" 5½ miles north of Mobile, Alabama on U. S. 43-5. Twenty-seven air-conditioned units and apartments some with Kitchenettes. All with room phones and TV. Located on spacious grounds well removed form highway noises. Restaurant nearby.



Cochrane Bridge
Title:
Cochrane Bridge
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Cochrane Bridge across the headwaters of Mobile Bay, erected at a cost of $2,500,000.00 crosses the mouth of 5 rivers emptying into Mobile Bay. It is an important link in the Old Spanish Trail-connecting Mobile, Ala. With Pensacola, Florida. The center span is one block long and lifts vertically, 135 long above the water allowing the largest of ocean-going vessels to pass, It is not a toll bridge, but a free bridge.


Interior Of St. Joseph Church
Title:
Interior Of St. Joseph Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Central Presbyterian Church, Dauphin & Ann St.
Title:
Central Presbyterian Church, Dauphin & Ann St.
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border


St. Mathew's Catholic Church
Title:
St. Mathew's Catholic Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Bank of Mobile
Title:
Bank of Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
National Banking Association


The Wharf
Title:
The Wharf
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Wharf Scene
Title:
Wharf Scene
Mobile Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Chapel At Spring Hill College
Title:
Chapel At Spring Hill College
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen



First Christian Church
Title:
First Christian Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen

Description:
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, STYLED IN BEATIFUL GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE, IS LOCATED AT GOVERNMENT AND STOCKING STREETS, IN THE HEART OF THE RESIDENTIAL SECTION OF MOBILE. BUILT IN NORTH ALABAMA SANDSTONE AND COMPLETED JULY 6, 1941.


Trinity Episcopal Church
Title:
Trinity Episcopal Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH, ERECTED 1853 AT JACKSON AND ST. ANTHONY STS. SITE NOW MARKED BY PAVEMENT TABLET. RAZED IN 1945 AND RE-ERECTED AT 1900 DAUPHIN ST., USING SOME MATERIAL AND RE-PRODUCING IN ARCHITECTURAL AND DIMENSIONS OF ORIGINAL BUILDINGS.



St. Mary'S Church
Title:
St. Mary'S Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
A BRONZE TABLET IN THE GROUNDS OF ST. MARY'S READS: "THIS IS THE SIDE OF THE CHURCH AND HOME OF THE POET-PRIEST, FATHER RYAN (1877-1882)." ANOTHER TABLET IN A WINDOW IN THE CHURCH. DEDICATED FEBRUARY 5, 1928, BEARS THIS INSCRIPTION: "IN MEMORY OF FATHER RYAN,PRIEST,PATRIOT, AND POET, BY THE CHILDREN OF THE CONFEDERACY." THE NEW ST. MARY'S IS A STRIKING EXAMPLE OF SPANISH RENAISSANCE ARCHITECHTURE.


St. Mary's Church
Title:
St. Mary's Church
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1942

Description:
A bronze tablet in the grounds of St. Mary's reads: "this is the site of the Church and Home of the Poet-Priest, Father Ryan (1877 - 1882)." Another tablet on a window in the Church, dedicated February 5, 1928, bears this inscription: "In memory of Father Ryan Priest, Patriot, and Poet, by the Children of the Confederacy." The new St. Mary's is a striking example of Spanish Renaissance Architecture.



Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Greetings From Mobile
Title:
Greetings From Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Mobile is one of the most picturesque of Southern cities. Her quaint buildings and beautiful flower gardens attract travelers from near and far



Breakers On The Gulf Mobile
Title:
Breakers On The Gulf Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Moonlight On Mobile Bay, Arlington Park
Title:
Moonlight On Mobile Bay, Arlington Park
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Scene In Monroe Park
Title:
Scene In Monroe Park
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1918

Description:
"Monroe Park" on Mobile Bay is the largest pleasure park around Mobile. It has been the scene of many large gatherings. A large number of church, school and private picnics are given there during the season. Crowds gather nightly to see the free moving pictures, while enjoying the gulf breezes.


The New Battle House
Title:
The New Battle House
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
Grand dining room "Alabama's Meeting Place." The finest and most up-to-date hotel structure in the south. Catering to tourists and commercial trade. Beautiful, Sanitary coffee room just installed which finds a warm spot in the heart of the commercial tourist. 300 rooms - 200 with bath. The most thoroughly fire - proof structure of any hotel in the south.



Dauphin St. & Conception St
Title:
Dauphin St. & Conception St
Mobile Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
"Dauphin Street" runs east and west through the city and serves as a dividing line. It is the main business street; there are also many beautiful residences on it.


Cawthon Hotel
Title:
Cawthon Hotel
Mobile Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909



Birdseye view of Mobile
Title:
Birdseye view of Mobile
Mobile Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1946




Total: 275 Items