Southern Club, Athletic Club and Y.M.C.A.
Title:
Southern Club, Athletic Club and Y.M.C.A.
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border PM Oct-11

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.


Southern Club Athletic Club and YMCA
Title:
Southern Club Athletic Club and YMCA
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1920 Oct-02

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.



Lou-Jac Drive-In Restaurant


Birmingham Country Club



The Ridgely Terrace Garden


Shamrock Motor Lodge
Title:
Shamrock Motor Lodge
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1954 Jun-6

Description:
U.S. 11 North at 85th Street, 15 minutes from Birmingham business district. Restaurants adjacent. 30 air-conditioned rooms. Tile combination bath - Television in rooms - Recommended by Duncan Hines. Member of Quality Courts. AAA



Springville Lake Estates
Title:
Springville Lake Estates
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Koppel Color Cards


Jefferson County Courthouse, Showing Pools
Title:
Jefferson County Courthouse, Showing Pools
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
County Courthouse, located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama.



Industrial High School for Colored Pupils - Largest in the World
Title:
Industrial High School for Colored Pupils - Largest in the World
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused


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

Description:
Birmingham, Alabama "Industrial City Beautiful" Jefferson County Court House, built of Alabama limestone, faces the Civic Center in beautiful Woodrow Wilson Park. Dexter Press Inc.



Ensley Furnace
Title:
Ensley Furnace
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Dec-7


Artist Rendering of Empire Building
Title:
Artist Rendering of Empire Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1913 Jun-7



View of Coke Ovens
Title:
View of Coke Ovens
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


City Hall, 19th Street and 4th Avenue
Title:
City Hall, 19th Street and 4th Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Interior Cast House
Title:
Interior Cast House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Showing process of moulding big iron.


Bird's Eye View, looking North, showing some Sky Scrapers
Title:
Bird's Eye View, looking North, showing some Sky Scrapers
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Interior Cast House
Title:
Interior Cast House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Showing process of moulding big iron.


Souvenir - St Vincent's Hospital
Title:
Souvenir - St Vincent's Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back



Street View of West End School
Title:
Street View of West End School
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Country Club
Title:
Country Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM Jul-15



Street View of Brown Marx Building
Title:
Street View of Brown Marx Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Central High School
Title:
Central High School
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



The Masonic Temple (Colored)
Title:
The Masonic Temple (Colored)
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused

Description:
4th Avenue and 17th Street.


Baptist Hospital
Title:
Baptist Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Jimmy Morgan Zoo, Lane Park - Spider Monkeys
Title:
Jimmy Morgan Zoo, Lane Park - Spider Monkeys
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Aerial View of City
Title:
Aerial View of City
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Foundry Service Co. Sales & Storage
Title:
Foundry Service Co. Sales & Storage
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
2321-2329 North 29th Avenue Graphite Stars Bentonite Salesman's Sample


Home of Old Bill Plumbago and Core Oil
Title:
Home of Old Bill Plumbago and Core Oil
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Foundry Service Co. Sales & Storage Phones: Day 3-8621 Night 3-3490 2321-2329 North 29th Avenue Salesman's Sample



The Bankhead Hotel
Title:
The Bankhead Hotel
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Salesman's Sample


Wigwam Village #5
Title:
Wigwam Village #5
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
In the heart of the iron and steel district; 4 mi. so. of Birmingham, Ala.; on US 11, State No. 5; insulated Indian wigwams; each with complete bath; solid hickory furniture; hot and cold running water; heat in winter; fans in summer; excellent food; phone: Bessemer 9335; J.W. Davidson, Prop Salesman's Sample



Birmingham Zoo Lane Park Spider Monkeys
Title:
Birmingham Zoo Lane Park Spider Monkeys
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Monkey Island has a population of some forty Spider Monkeys. They are one of the favorite attractions of any zoo. This was the first unit of the zoo and was completed in 1955


Arnold-Brown Metals & Supply Co
Title:
Arnold-Brown Metals & Supply Co
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Municipal Airport
Title:
Municipal Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
This modern $33,000,000.00 airport facility serves about a half million arriving and departing passengers each year. It is equipped with the latest landing and safety devices


Birmingham Country Club
Title:
Birmingham Country Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Birmingham Country Club is located in the beautiful Shades Valley in the heart of the city's most beautiful residential section. Many important national gay events are held there annually



Birmingham Country Club, Birmingham, ALA
Title:
Birmingham Country Club, Birmingham, ALA
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused


The Birmingham Country Club and Pool
Title:
The Birmingham Country Club and Pool
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Jefferson-Hillman Hospital
Title:
Jefferson-Hillman Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The new modernly equipped Jefferson-Hillman Hospital, erected at a cost of $2,270,000, is a monument to medical advancement. Its doors were opened early in 1941; it stands 16 stories high, and will house approximately 600 patients


Jefferson County Court House
Title:
Jefferson County Court House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1941 Mar-23



Monument to Father P.A. O'Reilly
Title:
Monument to Father P.A. O'Reilly
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Greetings From the Margaret Allen School
Title:
Greetings From the Margaret Allen School
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Dec-28



Holy Family Hospital
Title:
Holy Family Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentucky. Established 1946 and moved into this new building in 1953. This is a fully accredited hospital for Negroes, staffed by Negro physicians and nurses


20th Street North from Five Points
Title:
20th Street North from Five Points
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 May-26



Highland Avenue, East from 20th Street
Title:
Highland Avenue, East from 20th Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jan-26


Statue of Vulcan on Red Mountain
Title:
Statue of Vulcan on Red Mountain
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1951 Jan-24

Description:
Vulcan, atop Red Mountain overlooking Birmingham, Alabama. Nearby is one of the giant television towers, part of Birmingham's radio center. This is one of the most powerful television stations in the world



The Art BUilding at Birmingham-Southern College
Title:
The Art BUilding at Birmingham-Southern College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Opened in June of 1965, the Art Building at Birmingham-Southern College contains a spacious gallery, library, and natural light studios for sculpture, painting, drawing and graphics. Its construction enabled broadening of the art curriculum to include, for the first time, sculpture and graphics


The Country Club, South Highlands
Title:
The Country Club, South Highlands
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Country Club - Embossed Image
Title:
Country Club - Embossed Image
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Greetings From Birmingham, Alabama
Title:
Greetings From Birmingham, Alabama
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1972 Jul-13

Description:
The Greyhound Bus Station provides many services for the traveler and parcel shipper. An outstanding cafeteria and newstand are maintained by Greyhound Post Houses. Birmingham is "The Youngest of the World's Great Cities." Kolor by Kent



Greyhound Bus Station
Title:
Greyhound Bus Station
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Curteich


View of the City from Red Mountain
Title:
View of the City from Red Mountain
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Jefferson County Courthouse Showing Pools
Title:
Jefferson County Courthouse Showing Pools
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
County Courthouse, located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama


Birmingham Country Club
Title:
Birmingham Country Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1939 Jun-12

Description:
Here annually many important national golf events take place; located in beautiful Shades Valley in the heart of the city's most residential section



Birmingham Airport
Title:
Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused


20th Street Looking North
Title:
20th Street Looking North
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



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


The Festival of Arts
Title:
The Festival of Arts
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Festival of Arts In Birmingham, Alabama The State's top cultural attraction is a three-week whirlwind of the finest drama, music, tours, lectures, art exhibits and competitions in the arts. 100,000 participate in the extravaganza which features internationally famed artists and topflight amateurs



St. Francis Hotel Courts, The Traveler's Home of Distinction
Title:
St. Francis Hotel Courts, The Traveler's Home of Distinction
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Successors to Vulcan Motor Lodge Five minutes south of downtown Birmingham on U.S. 31, P.O. Box 1309 Phone 2-0343 Birmingham 9, Alabama 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


Empire Building
Title:
Empire Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Corner of 1st and 20th Streets



Elks House
Title:
Elks House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-9


20th Street from 6th Avenue, Looking South
Title:
20th Street from 6th Avenue, Looking South
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Birmingham Auditorium
Title:
Birmingham Auditorium
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen

Description:
The Birmingham Municipal Auditorium has the largest seating capacity (10,000) of any building in the South. It was erected in 1923 at a cost of one million dollars, and is used for concerts, expositions, conventions and shows of various kinds


U.S. Post Office
Title:
U.S. Post Office
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The U.S. Post Office and Federal Building, on corner of 5th Avenue and 19th Street, built with Alabama and Georgia white marble, costing 2 1/2 million dollars, is considered one of the outstanding buildings in the entire south



The Town House Motor Hotel
Title:
The Town House Motor Hotel
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Morton Bright, Owner Management; US Highways 31 & 280 south; Birmingham's only new air-conditioned hotel, 20th Street and 8th Avenue South; large bedrooms, efficiency apartments and suites; daily, weekly and monthly rates; adjacent to Birmingham's new medical center; Mrs. Todd's famous cafeteria is located in hotel; free parking; ALpine 1-9236


Empire, Brown-Marx and Woodward Buildings
Title:
Empire, Brown-Marx and Woodward Buildings
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-5

Description:
20th Street and 1st Avenue



Terminal Station Looking West from 26th Street
Title:
Terminal Station Looking West from 26th Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-24


Legion Field
Title:
Legion Field
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1980 Sep-23

Description:
This football field has a seating capacity for over 70,000 people and is where many college football games are played each year



Early Morning View
Title:
Early Morning View
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Greetings from BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA. This scene shows the heart of the downtown area


Bama Motel
Title:
Bama Motel
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
6712 - 1st Ave., Phone 592-9661; hwys. US 11 & State 75, 10 min. downtown; 22 ultra modern spacious sound-proof rooms; TVs; phones; air conditioned; a place of distinction; Mr. & Mrs. Showman, Owners



Motel Paradise
Title:
Motel Paradise
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
New all modern, Motel Paradise, 1024 North 26th Street on Hwy. 31, one mile from center of downtown Birmingham, Ala. Ample parking for all guests; air conditioned; telephone in each room; tile bath; phone 7-7161; free Continental Breakfast; AAA approved Dexter Press, Inc


Cotton Compress
Title:
Cotton Compress
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Interior St. Pauls Church (Catholic)
Title:
Interior St. Pauls Church (Catholic)
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1913 Jan-23


Italian Gardens of Mr. Richard W. Massey
Title:
Italian Gardens of Mr. Richard W. Massey
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



A View from Altmont Road
Title:
A View from Altmont Road
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Birmingham Meetings House
Title:
Birmingham Meetings House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Crippled Children's Clinic and Hospital
Title:
Crippled Children's Clinic and Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Te Crippled Children's Clinic and Hospital, at 620 South 19th Street, was established in 1929 for the orthopedic treatment of underprivileged children. It has provided help for the care of thousands of needy children from 65 counties in Alabama. Much of the money used in erection of this outstanding modern clinic was raised through the realm of sports. Proceeds of an annual football game added considerably to the necessary financing


Alabama Power Co. Bldg., Cor. 6th Ave. and 18th St
Title:
Alabama Power Co. Bldg., Cor. 6th Ave. and 18th St
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Alabama Power Company Building, northwest corner of Sixth Ave., and 18th St., is 14 stories high and is surmounted by a figure, symbolic of the Power of Electricity. The figure, a huge statue of a nude female, weighs several tons and is cast of bronze. The building is the home office of the Alabama Power Company, whose vast interests spread throughout the entire South. Considered to be one of the three most beautiful public utility buildings in the world



Alabama Power Company Building
Title:
Alabama Power Company Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen

Description:
Night view, Alabama Power Company Building, Birmingham Alabama One of the many fine buildings gracing the skyline of the city of Birmingham, Ala


Birmingham Auditorium, 8th Avenue North
Title:
Birmingham Auditorium, 8th Avenue North
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Municipal auditorium erected in 1923 at a cost of one million dollars, has the largest seating capacity (10,000) of any building in the South. It is used for conventions, concerts and shows of various kinds



Court House
Title:
Court House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Jefferson County's $3,000,000 Court House, one of the handsomest in the South is constructed of white Indiana limestone and marble. The jail occupies the top floor. A unique fact is that eighty per cent of those entering the Court House come in through the back door, reached through a small but very beautiful park


U.S. Post Office and Federal Building
Title:
U.S. Post Office and Federal Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Residences of Highland Avenue
Title:
Residences of Highland Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border PM Jun-14


Tutwiler Hotel - Ball Room
Title:
Tutwiler Hotel - Ball Room
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1931 Jun-14

Description:
Birmingham's largest and finest. 450 rooms, 450 baths. One of the Dinkler Hotels. Dispensers of true Southern Hospitality



Birmingham Auditorium, 8th Ave. North
Title:
Birmingham Auditorium, 8th Ave. North
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Roebuck Motels
Title:
Roebuck Motels
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
ROEBUCK MOTELS BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA No. 1--9229 4th AVE. SOUTH 28 Units - Tel. VE. 3-9152 No. 2--5921 1st AVE. NORTH 28 Units - Tel. LY. 2-4744 No. 3--4121 3rd AVE. SOUTH 24 Units - Tel. LY. 2-0934 Air-conditioned Summer and Winter Good Restaurants Nearby Visit Birmingham - The Heart of Dixie!



Birmingham Motor Court
Title:
Birmingham Motor Court
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
BIRMINGHAM MOTOR COURT 1625 3rd Ave. West Located on U.S. 11 & Ala. 5 going South. 2 1/2 miles downtown. Air Conditioned - Central Heat - Sound Proof and Fire Proof Walls - Brick Construction - Carpeted Floors - Tile Baths and Showers - Radios and T.V. Sets - Rates double ---. Air Condition $1.00 extra. Owned and Operated by --- Phone 58-9196


United States Post Office
Title:
United States Post Office
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This is one of the newest and largest regional mail centers in the country. All mail coming to and leaving Alabama is processed through this post office



Aerial view of Birmingham
Title:
Aerial view of Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham, Ala. is the industrial center of the South. It is the only spot on the globe where coal, iron ore and limestone are found together in large deposits


A View of South Highlands from Terrace Court
Title:
A View of South Highlands from Terrace Court
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back



Farley Building
Title:
Farley Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-21


Country Club
Title:
Country Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1907



The Alabama Power Company Building
Title:
The Alabama Power Company Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1950 Jan-30

Description:
Technical Photograph Co This building is considered one of the most beautiful utility buildings in the world. All the material used in its construction was produced within sixty miles of Birmingham


International Fair, Festival of Arts
Title:
International Fair, Festival of Arts
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Food, art, dancing, singing and items from across the world are enjoyed by the 100,000 who see the Fair each year. Greek fold music by the Greek Bouzoukia Band, a French accordionist, a Lebanese musicale, Japanese folk songs, square dancing by the Whirlaways, Israeli songs, Italian singers and dancers, a Scot with bagpipe and Irish maidens are just a part of the entertaining program. Sample the Italian, Greek, German, Scaninavian and Lebanese food. Fun for the whole family



The Festival of Arts
Title:
The Festival of Arts
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The State's top cultural attraction is a three-week whirlwind of the finest drama, music, tours, lectures, art exhibits and competitions in the arts. 100,000 participate in the extravaganza which features internationally famed artists and top flight amateurs


1st Avenue from 21st Street, showing Brown-Marx Building
Title:
1st Avenue from 21st Street, showing Brown-Marx Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-17



Fair Haven
Title:
Fair Haven
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama - West Florida and North Alabama. Methodist retirement home. 1424 Montclair Road, Birmingham, Alabama, 35210


Home of George B. Ward, Shades Mountain
Title:
Home of George B. Ward, Shades Mountain
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
An American in love with Italy and Ancient Art, George B. Ward, on one of his trips to Europe, conceived a magnificent idea, and on his return built his home after the Ancient Temple of Vesta which was destroyed in Rome in the 5th Century. The present temple in reality is known as the Temple of Cere



Some of the walks and driveways at St. V incents Hospital
Title:
Some of the walks and driveways at St. V incents Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1935


Birmingham City Hanll
Title:
Birmingham City Hanll
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1957 Nov-25

Description:
Curt Teich & Co



Art Building, Birmingham-Southern College
Title:
Art Building, Birmingham-Southern College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Opened in June of 1965, the Art Building at Birmingham-Southern College contains a spacious gallery, library, and natural light studios for sculpture, painting, drawing and graphics. Its construction enabled broadening of the art curriculum to include, for the first time, sculpture and graphics


Birmingham's Beautiful City Hall
Title:
Birmingham's Beautiful City Hall
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Holiday Inn Civic Center
Title:
Holiday Inn Civic Center
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
2230-10 Avenue North Phone: (205) 328-6320 (Zip 35203) Swimming Pool - Restaurant - Lounge Air-Conditioned - All color T.V. 152 units Free Holidex Reservations


The University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics
Title:
The University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Composed of a 700-bed teaching hospital complex and more than 30 outpatient clinics where in excess of 100,000 patients are cared for annually. A division of the University of Alabama in Birmingham, UAHC is the 14 largest teaching hospital in the United States and is the chief referral hospital in Alabama for complicated medical and surgical cases



View of Birmingham Green in Birmingham, Alabama
Title:
View of Birmingham Green in Birmingham, Alabama
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham Green


Greyhound Bus Station
Title:
Greyhound Bus Station
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Greyhound Bus Station provides many services for the traveler and parcel shipper. An outstanding cafeteria and newstand are maintained by Greyhound Post Houses. Birmingham is "The Youngest of the World's Great Cities."



Snavely Student Center, Birmingham-Southern College
Title:
Snavely Student Center, Birmingham-Southern College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Completed in 1962, it contains a modern cafeteria, lounges, offices and a ballroom. The building is named in honor of Dr. Guy E. Snavely, chancellor of Birmingham-Southern and president of the college, 1921-1938 and 1955-1957


West Dormitories at Birmingham-Southern College
Title:
West Dormitories at Birmingham-Southern College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
West Dormitories at Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, house college freshmen. A modern lounge area (center) separates wings for men and women students. These air-conditioned dormitories, located on a hilltop, were opened in 1963



Art Building at Birmingham-Southern College
Title:
Art Building at Birmingham-Southern College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Opened in June of 1965. Contains a spacious gallery, library, and natural light studios for sculpture, painting, drawing, and graphics. Its construction enabled broadening of the art curriculum to include, for the first time, sculpture and graphics


Hillman Clinic and University Hospital
Title:
Hillman Clinic and University Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The 17-story University Hospital and Hillman Clinic began in 1888, and is now Alabama's largest and busiest hospital. Its main building is connected to basic science and dental facilities by the Health Sciences Research Building. The Hospital, part of a fast-growing Medical Center of 15 blocks, carries on major programs of patient care, education and research



Orangerie, The Tutwiler
Title:
Orangerie, The Tutwiler
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Hotel Thomas Jefferson, Corner 2nd Ave. And 17th St
Title:
Hotel Thomas Jefferson, Corner 2nd Ave. And 17th St
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 5A-H1159 Hotel Thomas Jefferson Birmingham's newest and finest hotel. Circulating ice water – ceiling fans – all outside rooms – excellent air – conditioned Coffee shop Georgian Dining Room – restful Lobby – convenient Garage – in the heart of the downtown theatre and shopping district. Thomas Jefferson Hotel Company, Proprietors



Birmingham Airport
Title:
Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Jefferson News Co., Inc


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Birmingham - "Youngest of the world's great cities" was incorporated in 1871 and named for the industrial city of Birmingham, England Plastichrome



Samford University
Title:
Samford University
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Thomas D. Russell Hall Biology Building and green house The largest privately-supported and fully-accredited co-educational institution in Alabama, HOward was founded at Marion, Ala., in 1841, moved to the East Lake section of Birmingham in 1887, and to its present 400-acre campus in Shades Valley in 1957. An institution of the Alabama Baptist State Convention, the school features a strong liberal arts curriculum and is the home of historic Cumberland School of Law


The University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics
Title:
The University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics in Birmingham, Alabama us composed of a 700- bed teaching hospital complex and more than 30 outpatient clinics where in excess of 100,000 patients are cared for annually. A division of the University of Alabama in Birmingham, UAHC is the 14th largest teaching hospital in the United States and is the chief referral hospital in Alabama for complicated medical and surgical cases



Birmingham Airport Hotel
Title:
Birmingham Airport Hotel
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
120 soundproof air-condition4ed rooms, pool, putt putt golf, lounge, dining room and complete banquet facilities. Directly opposite the Airport Terminal. 4 miles from downtown Dexter Press, Inc


Holiday Inn 78 East
Title:
Holiday Inn 78 East
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1973 Jul-19

Description:
7941 Crestwood Blvd., Ph: 492-0311 - AC: 205. Free TV - restaurant - swimming pool - air-conditioned - wall-to-wall carpet & free advance Holidex Reservations. One of four Holiday Inn in Birmingham



Birmingham Airport Hotel
Title:
Birmingham Airport Hotel
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
120 soundproof air-conditioned rooms, pool, putt putt golf, lounge, dining room and complete banquet facilities. Directly opposite the airport terminal. 4 miles from downtown


Birmingham Municipal Airport
Title:
Birmingham Municipal Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



The Big "B"
Title:
The Big "B"
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This panoramic view of downtown Birmingham was taken from Interstate 59 west. Most of the downtown skyscrapers as well as several buildings in the UAB Medical Center can be seen in this picture


Blast Furnace at Night
Title:
Blast Furnace at Night
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Blast furnace in the steel mills at Birmingham, Alabama. These furnaces are used to melt the ore in the process of making steel



The Baptist Medical Center
Title:
The Baptist Medical Center
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on a 137 acre site, The Baptist Medical Center - Montclair, 800 Montclair Road, Birmingham, Alabama. At the left is the 485-bed hospital, a Professional Office Building in the center connected by ground-level plaza to the John H. Buchanan Building, home of the Ida V. Moffett School ofNursing. The plaza tops a nine-level parking deck


Ocean S.S. Co. of Savannah--"Savannah Line"--S.S. City of Birmingham
Title:
Ocean S.S. Co. of Savannah--"Savannah Line"--S.S. City of Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1936 Aug-27

Description:
Savannah



Lily Ponds of Woodrow Wilson Park
Title:
Lily Ponds of Woodrow Wilson Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This scene shows the water pools facing the County Court House in the park. The Court House and grounds represent a value of over 6 million dollars


Italian Gardens of Mr. Richard W. Massey
Title:
Italian Gardens of Mr. Richard W. Massey
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1914 Apr-17



Vulcan Motor Lodge
Title:
Vulcan Motor Lodge
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Five minute South of downtown Birmingham on US 31. Convenient to restaurants, theatres and shopping centers. Member Quality Courts Univtes- Recommended by AAA- 70 air-conditioned rooms- All with tile baths, combination tub and shower-Hot water heat- Phone in each room- Circulating ice water- porter services- children's playgrounds- for discriminating travelers- Reservations recommended


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

Description:
Birmingham's Outstanding Accommodation Value. 115 Modern Rooms, Air-Conditioned, 24 Hour direct Dial Phone Service, T.V., Convention facilities, Children's playground, Heated Pool, Executive Suites and King's Inn Restaurant. Approved AAA



Court House
Title:
Court House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1949 Sep-28

Description:
Jefferson County's $3,000,000 Court House, one of the handsomest in the South is constructed of white Indiana limestone and marble. The jail occupies the top floor. A unique fact is that eighty percent of those entering the Court House come in through the back door, reached through a small but very beautiful park E. C. Kropp Co


St. Paul's Catholic Church
Title:
St. Paul's Catholic Church
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1948 Jul-20

Description:
Technical Photograph Co



Terminal Station and Subway
Title:
Terminal Station and Subway
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Birmingham is proud of her $2,000,000 Terminal Station. The city is the railroad center for the southeast, having nine systems, with a total of twenty lines and three belts and connecting roads


Birmingham Auditorium
Title:
Birmingham Auditorium
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Tichnor Quality Views Series 68185 Birmingham Auditorium, 8th Avenue North. Birmingham, Ala. 14 The Birmingham Municipal Auditorium has the largest seating capacity (10,000) of any building in the South. It was erectd in 1923 at a cost of one million dollars and is used for concerts, expositions, conventions and shows of various kinds



Aerial View of Birmingham, Ala. - 93
Title:
Aerial View of Birmingham, Ala. - 93
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1441 Birmingham is called "The Industrial City Beautiful" and is the leading industrial center of the south. It is the only spot on the globe where coal, iron ore and limestone are found together in large deposits


Home of the Late Geo. B. Ward, Shades Mountain
Title:
Home of the Late Geo. B. Ward, Shades Mountain
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 7A-H2030 An American in love with Italy and Ancient Art, George B. Ward, on one of his trips to Europe, conceived a magnificent idea, and on his return built his home after the Ancient Temple of Vesta which was destroyed in Rome in the 5th Century. The present temple in reality is known as the Temple of Cere Genuine Curteich



Jefferson Hospital
Title:
Jefferson Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
16019 Series 112 The Merchants Cigar & Candy Co Technical Photograph Co


St. Vincent's Hospital
Title:
St. Vincent's Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series B-19



B-13 Night View, Alabama Power Company Building, Birmingham, AL
Title:
B-13 Night View, Alabama Power Company Building, Birmingham, AL
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Considered one of the most beautiful utility buildings in the world. All material used in its construction was produced within sixty miles of it Ehler's News Co


Birmingham Country Club
Title:
Birmingham Country Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1292 Birmingham Country Club, in lovely Shades Valley, surrounded by one of the city's most fashionable residential districts. Birmingham has a number of famous golf clubs, both privately owned and municipal clubs. Golf is played here the year round E C Kropp Co



Birmingham Municipal Airport
Title:
Birmingham Municipal Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome PM 1979 May-07

Description:
Series 50288-D The beautiful and modern Birmingham Airport is serviced by four major airlines and commuter and freight lines. The Airport is currently handling 1.5 million passengers per year, with a potential 5 million in its present facility.


The Tutwiler
Title:
The Tutwiler
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 17064 Birmingham's Largest and Finest 450 Rooms - 450 Baths. A Dinkler Hotel Carling Dinkler, Pres.



St. Francis Hotel Courts, U. S. 31
Title:
St. Francis Hotel Courts, U. S. 31
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 81935A 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 telephone, air-conditioned, hotel service and fine restaurants – Approved by AAA and Duncan Hines.


Greetings From Birmingham
Title:
Greetings From Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1970 Mar-12

Description:
Birmingham, Ala. is the industrial center of the South. It is the only spot on the globe where coal, iron ore and limestone are found together in large deposits.



The Pick-Bankhead, 23rd Street and 5th Avenue
Title:
The Pick-Bankhead, 23rd Street and 5th Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1962 Jan-25

Description:
Completely air-conditioned. 350 attractive rooms with bath. Delicious food, gracious service, moderate rates. Children free. Ideal facilities for parties and meetings. Visit the new Decanter Room for your favorite beverages. Free Parking.


No. 78 Motel, Birmingham on Memphis Hwy. U. s. 78
Title:
No. 78 Motel, Birmingham on Memphis Hwy. U. s. 78
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1954 Feb-05

Description:
Rt. 3, Box 1260-B, Birmingham, Alabama, Only a short drive to Majestic Birmingham, Steel Center of The South. Visit the No. 78 Motel on your trip through "Dixie". Our rooms are spacious and can accommodate Families. All have private tile baths, Beauty Rest mattresses and Simmons furnishings. Some Air conditioned, some Air Cooled, Circulating Hot Water Heat. Call 56-9167 for reservations.



Coke Ovens
Title:
Coke Ovens
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1913 Nov-23


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jul-30



St. Vincents Hospital
Title:
St. Vincents Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Dec-19


The Molton, 5th Avenue And 20th Street
Title:
The Molton, 5th Avenue And 20th Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Chamber Of Commerce Building
Title:
Chamber Of Commerce Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Birmingham has created one of the finest chamber of commerce buildings in the nation. Beautifully modern, efficient and accessible from two important downtown thoroughfares, it boast that "there is no back door" by which you can gain admittance.


Burks Antique Shop, U. S. Highway 11
Title:
Burks Antique Shop, U. S. Highway 11
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Highway 32 & 38 going East out of Birmingham. It is the old home of the former Governor Cobb of Alabama. One of the largest collections of Antiques in the entire South Land



Interior Of John's Restaurant, 214 North 21st St.
Title:
Interior Of John's Restaurant, 214 North 21st St.
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in the heart of the city Famous for trout Almondine


Shamrock Motor Lodge, 8420 1st Ave.
Title:
Shamrock Motor Lodge, 8420 1st Ave.
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Shamrock Motor Lodge. U. S. 11 and State 32 and 38 at 85th Street North Birmingham, Alabama. 15 minutes from Birmingham business district. Restaurants adjacent. 30 air-conditioned rooms. Tile combination bath - Television in rooms - Swimming pool, ½ block - Recommended by Duncan Hines.



Magnolia Park
Title:
Magnolia Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Magnolia Park is located in the Southside area on Magnolia Avenue between 21st and 22nd Streets. It has been described as "the prettiest mini-park in America". No admission charge.


Hotel Birmingham, 7905 Crestwood Blvd. U. S. 78 E
Title:
Hotel Birmingham, 7905 Crestwood Blvd. U. S. 78 E
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
131 Air Conditioned Rooms - Swimming Pool - Wading Pool - Playground - Room Telephones - Library - Radios - T.V. in All Rooms - Wall-to-Wall Carpet - Laundry Service - Conference Room - Convenient to Driving Range - Ice Skating - Drive-in Theatre - Restaurants Adjacent



Hallway Of Arlington Shrine, Antebellum Home
Title:
Hallway Of Arlington Shrine, Antebellum Home
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Japanese Tea Ceremony, Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Title:
Japanese Tea Ceremony, Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The ancient ritualistic chanoyu (tea ceremony) being performed by Miss Eiko Takahashi for honored guests in the tea house in the Japanese Gardens



Japanese Tea Ceremony, Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Title:
Japanese Tea Ceremony, Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The ancient ritualistic chanoyu (tea ceremony) being performed by Miss Eiko Takahashi for honored guests in the tea house in the Japanese Gardens


The Dinkler-Tutwiler
Title:
The Dinkler-Tutwiler
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Largest and most distinguished of Alabama hotels. 450 air-conditioned guest rooms with TV. Outstanding convention facilities



Lake Purdy, Twelve Miles East of Birmingham
Title:
Lake Purdy, Twelve Miles East of Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Lake Purdy, one of the largest impounding reservoirs in the South, holds 5,000,000,000 gallons of water. From this reservoir the Birmingham Water Works Company filters 48,000,000 gallons of water each day, of which approximately 30,500,000 gallons are consumed by Birmingham.


Jefferson County Court House
Title:
Jefferson County Court House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Jefferson County Courthouse in Birmingham has recently been completed at a cost of $3,000,000 and is one of the most beautiful and up-to-date in the country. The jail is an the top floor.



St. Paul's Catholic Church
Title:
St. Paul's Catholic Church
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Interior View St. Pauls Church, Cor. 22nd St. and 3rd Ave
Title:
Interior View St. Pauls Church, Cor. 22nd St. and 3rd Ave
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Birmingham City Hall
Title:
Birmingham City Hall
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham's Beautiful City Hall


Greetings From Vulcan Park
Title:
Greetings From Vulcan Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Vulcan is America's second highest statue and Alabama's most visited. "You haven't seen Birmingham until you've viewed it from atop Vulcan."



Vulcan Park
Title:
Vulcan Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"You haven't seen Birmingham until you've seen it from Vulcan Park."


Vulcan, Atop Of Red Mountain
Title:
Vulcan, Atop Of Red Mountain
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"Vulcan," largest iron man in the world and second largest statue in America, is 55 feet tall and weighs 120,000 pounds. One thumb weighs 170 pounds. This statue is mounted on a 120-foot pedestal atop Red Mountain, over-looking Birmingham. It typifies the natural resources of the district, the only place in the world where coal, iron and limestone, the three essentials for making steel, are found together in large deposits.



Arlington Ante Bellum Home And Gardens, 331 Cotton Avenue S.W
Title:
Arlington Ante Bellum Home And Gardens, 331 Cotton Avenue S.W
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Original port built in 1882 - added onto in 1842, by Wm. S. Mudd with slave labor. Appropriately furnished with original ante bellum period furniture. Open year 'round. Bring your camera.


Arlington Shrine
Title:
Arlington Shrine
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1842 by slave labor, Arlington was used by Gen. Wilson of the Federal Army as his head-quarters in the final stages of the War Between the States.



Greetings From Vulcan Park
Title:
Greetings From Vulcan Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Vulcan, The Iron Man, weighing 60 tons, is the largest cast-iron statue in the world and with the exception of the Statue of Liberty, the highest statue in America. It was made to represent Birmingham at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904.


Arlington Ante Bellum Home And Gardens
Title:
Arlington Ante Bellum Home And Gardens
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"Birthplace of Birmingham, Alabama". Located at 331-Cotton Ave. S.W. (in old Elyton). This scene shows the Tally-Ho with Southern Belles and a Butler. Open year 'round. Bring your camera.



Arlington Ante Bellum Home And Gardens, 331 Cotton Avenue S.W
Title:
Arlington Ante Bellum Home And Gardens, 331 Cotton Avenue S.W
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Original part built in 1882 - added onto in 1842, by Wm. S. Mudd with slave labor. Appropriately furnished with original ante bellum period furniture. Open year 'round. Bring your camera.


Oscar Wells Memorial Birmingham Museum Of Art
Title:
Oscar Wells Memorial Birmingham Museum Of Art
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



The Vulcan Atop Red Mountain
Title:
The Vulcan Atop Red Mountain
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Vulcan is the second largest steel statue in the U.S.A., the Statue of Liberty being the largest. It was donated to the city by the steel industries in the Birmingham area.


Arlington Historical Shrine
Title:
Arlington Historical Shrine
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1958 Feb-03

Description:
The Arlington Shrine was built in 1842 and in Birmingham's Ante Bellum Home. Open to visitors daily, it is beautifully furnished in period furniture worth a fortune.



Birmingham At Night
Title:
Birmingham At Night
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
From Red Mountain, just south of the city, Birmingham shimmers like a precious stone when viewed at night. The metropolis stretches east-west, nestled in Jones Valley. This scene was made of the fountains of the exclusive supper club, The Club, located on the edge of the mountain.


Greetings From Birmingham
Title:
Greetings From Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1966 Dec-27

Description:
Birmingham, Ala., is the industrial center of the South. It is the only spot on the globe where coal, iron ore and limestone are found together in large deposits.



Meyer Planetarium
Title:
Meyer Planetarium
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on the campus of Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama. Public shows of the stars, planets and galaxies at Alabama's first planetarium.


Night View Of Blast Furnace
Title:
Night View Of Blast Furnace
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham with the three essentials necessary in the production of steel, coal, iron ore and limestone is the leading iron and steel manufacturing center of the south.



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham - "Youngest of the world's great cities" was incorporated in 1871 and named for the industrial city of Birmingham, England.


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

Description:
This panoramic view of Downtown Birmingham was taken from interstate 59 west. Most of the downtown skyscrapers as well as several buildings in the UAB Medical Center can be seen in this picture



Office Park
Title:
Office Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The fountains at Office Park have become quite popular with visitors to the Magic City


Vulcan
Title:
Vulcan
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Vulcan, atop Red Mountain overlooking Birmingham, Alabama. Nearby is one of the giant television towers, part of Birmingham's radio center. This is one of the most powerful television stations in the world.



Greetings From Vulcan Park
Title:
Greetings From Vulcan Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1962 Jul-06

Description:
"You haven't seen Birmingham until you've seen it from Vulcan Park."


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1962 Jul-24

Description:
Birmingham - "Youngest o the world's great cities" was incorporated in 1871 and named for the industrial city of Birmingham, England.



Country Club
Title:
Country Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


First Avenue Viaduct
Title:
First Avenue Viaduct
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Residences On Highland Avenue
Title:
Residences On Highland Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Twentieth Street, 4th Avenue
Title:
Twentieth Street, 4th Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



St. Paul's Catholic Church, 22nd Street and 3rd Avenue
Title:
St. Paul's Catholic Church, 22nd Street and 3rd Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Entrance To Mountain Terrace
Title:
Entrance To Mountain Terrace
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



View Of Capitol Park
Title:
View Of Capitol Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Hillman Hospital, 20th Street
Title:
Hillman Hospital, 20th Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Skyline From Top Of Ridgely Apartments
Title:
Skyline From Top Of Ridgely Apartments
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Y. M. C. A. Building, Twentieth Street
Title:
Y. M. C. A. Building, Twentieth Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Ensley Steel Plant
Title:
Ensley Steel Plant
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


East Lake, Showing Boat And Bath Houses
Title:
East Lake, Showing Boat And Bath Houses
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The U. S. Post Office and Federal Building, on corner 5th Avenue and 19th Street, built with Alabama and Georgia white marble, costing 2 1/2 million dollars, is considered one of the outstanding buildings in the entire south.


U. S. Post Office And Federal Building
Title:
U. S. Post Office And Federal Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Alice Furnace, T. C. I. & R. R. Co.
Title:
Alice Furnace, T. C. I. & R. R. Co.
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Southern Club Athletic Club and Y. M. C. A.
Title:
Southern Club Athletic Club and Y. M. C. A.
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



The 17 Story University Hospital
Title:
The 17 Story University Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The 17-story University Hospital and Hillman Clinic began in 1888 in Birmingham and is now Alabama's largest and busiest hospital. Its main building is connected to basic science and dental facilities by the health Sciences Research Building. The Hospital, part of a fast-growing Medical Center of 15 blocks, carries on major programs of patient care, education and research.


St. Paul'S Catholic Church
Title:
St. Paul'S Catholic Church
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
LOCATED AT NORTH THIRD AVE. AND 22ND ST. IN DOWNTOWN BIRMINGHAM, ST. PAUL'S IS THE PRINCIPAL CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE CITY.



The Presbyterian Church
Title:
The Presbyterian Church
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1946


Three Of The Many Beautiful Churhces
Title:
Three Of The Many Beautiful Churhces
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Birmingham Airport
Title:
Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Birmingham Municipal Airport, a continental airport, is conveniently located 5 1/4 miles from downtown Birmingham, Alabama (10 minutes by automobile). The Federal Airways Air Traffic Report ranks the airport 46th in the nation and 4th in the Southeast in total activity. In 1964, regular commercial air traffic alone amounted to approximately 54 flights daily with over 500,000 passengers boarding and deplaning. The largest military and commercial jet aircraft flying today can easily operate from the newly completed runways.


The Independent Presbyterian Church
Title:
The Independent Presbyterian Church
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1945



Night View Alabama Power Company Building
Title:
Night View Alabama Power Company Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Considered one of the most beautiful utility buildings in the world. All material used in its construction was produced within sixty miles of it


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

Description:
The Jefferson County Courthouse, built of Alabama limestone, faces the City Hall in beautiful Woodrow Wilson Park.



Library Of Motel Birmingham
Title:
Library Of Motel Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The handsome library of Motel Birmingham is but one of the many unique features of this modern, all air-conditioned motel described as "America's finest." The library has more than 5,000 books, plus all types parlor games. Motel Birmingham is on U. S. Highway No. 78, six miles East of Birmingham, Ala.


Sidewalk Art Show
Title:
Sidewalk Art Show
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
An annual event each May in Woodrow Wilson Park. Held by the Birmingham Art Association for the benefit of the Birmingham Museum of Art. Paintings of all categories, ceramics, crafts and hobbies are exhibited and sold.



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


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

Description:
Key to view on other side :- B - Jefferson Hospital. I - The Narrows Across Shades Mt. R - Library, Birmingham So. Col. M - Vestavia, Crest of Shades Mt. I - Vestavia, Crest of Shades Mt. N - Public Library, 21st St. & 6th Ave., N. G - Jefferson County Court House. H - Birmingham Auditorium. A - Terminal Station and Subway. M - Terminal Station and Subway.



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

Description:
Birmingham is the industrial center of the South and has achieved national and international importance in this field. This is the only district in the world where coal, iron ore and limestone, the three essentials for making steel, are found in large quantities together. It also has a culture and charm all its own - a city of churches, of schools, of libraries, of music and of art.


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

Description:
Key to views on other side :- B - Terminal Station and Subway I - Vulcan, The Iron Man R - court House M - Tennessee Coal, Iron & R. R. Co's Furnaces I - View of the Business section N - Wonderful Petunias G - Public Library H - tulip Time at Vestavia A - Scene at Camp Cosby M - Birmingham Azaleas.



Vestavia
Title:
Vestavia
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Vestavia was the country home of the late Mr. Geo. B. Ward, on the crest of Shades Mountain, altitude 1,300 feet, 6 miles form Birmingham, Ala. Replica of celebrated Temple of Vesta of Rome, destroyed in the fifth century. Dimensions of building - 70 feet high, 186 feet in circumference, 20 columns, each 9 feet circumference.


Phillips High School
Title:
Phillips High School
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Birmingham's public schools rank with the finest in the United States. Phillips High School is one of the six High Schools located in the city



Vestavia
Title:
Vestavia
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Vestavia was the country home of the late Mr. Geo. B. Ward, on the crest of Shades Mountain, altitude 1,300 feet, 6 miles form Birmingham, Ala. Replica of celebrated Temple of Vesta of Rome, destroyed in the fifth century. Dimensions of building - 70 feet high, 186 feet in circumference, 20 columns, each 9 feet circumference.


Campus Scenes, Birmingham Southern College
Title:
Campus Scenes, Birmingham Southern Colege
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Birmingham-Southern College, whose parent institutions are Southern University, founded in the Civil War period, and Birmingham College, founded during the Spanish American War was incorporated during the First World War. Birmingham-Southern confers the degrees, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in the Humanities, the Natural Sciences and the Social Sciences.



Quarrying White Marble
Title:
Quarrying White Marble
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back


U. S. Post Office And Federal Building
Title:
U. S. Post Office And Federal Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1942



The Independent Presbyterian Church
Title:
The Independent Presbyterian Church
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Munger Memorial Hall, Birmingham Southern College
Title:
Munger Memorial Hall, Birmingham Southern College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Erected in memory of R. S. Munger, One of the college's greatest benefactors; houses all administrative offices and the college auditorium.



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The U. S. Post Office and Federal Building, on corner 5th Avenue and 19th Street built with Alabama and Georgia white marble, costing 2 1/2 million dollars, is considered one of the outstanding buildings in the entire south.


Jefferson Hospital
Title:
Jefferson Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The new, modern equipped Jefferson Hospital, erected at a cost of $2,270,000, is a monument to medical advancement. Its doors were opened early in 1941; it stands 16 stories high, and will house approximately 600 patients.



Jefferson County Court House
Title:
Jefferson County Court House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham has recently been completed at a cost of $3,000,000 and is one of the most beautiful and up-to-date in the country. The jail is on the top floor.


Hotel Hillman
Title:
Hotel Hillman
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1908



Confederate Monument And Statue Of Dr. Davis
Title:
Confederate Monument And Statue Of Dr. Davis
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


St. Vincent Hospital
Title:
St. Vincent Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1910



Roebuck Motel Court
Title:
Roebuck Motel Court
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
9143 1/2 - 4th Ave. So., Phone 59-9258 Birmingham, Ala. New - Modern - Hotel service - 32 units 15 minutes form downtown highway U. S. 11 - East of city.


Greetings from Birmingham
Title:
Greetings from Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL) unused



Working Sloss Furnace
Title:
Working Sloss Furnace
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Greetings from Wigwam Village
Title:
Greetings from Wigwam Village
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1948 Dec-30

Description:
In the heart of the iron and steel district. - 4 miles south of Birmingham, Ala. on U. S. 11, State No. 5, Insulated Indian Wigwams - each with complete Bath - Solid Hickory Furniture - Hot and Cold Running Water - Heat in Winter - Fans in Summer - Excellent Food - Phone Bessemer 9335, J.W. Davidson, Prop.



Shopping District - South's Finest Retail Street - Third Avenue North
Title:
Shopping District - South's Finest Retail Street - Third Avenue North
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Jefferson County Court House
Title:
Jefferson County Court House
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Souvenir from Birmingham, Ala



Aerial View of Howard College
Title:
Aerial View of Howard College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1945 Mar-23

Description:
One of the state's oldest institutions, founded January 3, 1842, Howard College has been located the last fifty-seven years in Birmingham. This air view shows the college city of white nestled at the foot of the hills among the green foliage, with Berry Field where the Bulldogs romp in the background, and Main Hall, fifty-seven years old, at the top center, flanked by the gymnasium, boys' dormitory, science hall, library, sorority lodges an other recitation halls. It is under the jurisdiction of the Alabama Baptist State Convention and numbers among its graduates some of the foremost citizens of the state and country


Terminal Station, showing Fifth Avenue Entrance & Subway
Title:
Terminal Station, showing Fifth Avenue Entrance & Subway
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Horse-shoe Bend, South Highlands
Title:
Horse-shoe Bend, South Highlands
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Second Avenue East from Saks Building
Title:
Second Avenue East from Saks Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



How to Succeed in Birmingham
Title:
How to Succeed in Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-4

Description:
Early to Bed, Early to Rise, Work Like Hell and Tell No Lies


The Old Mill, Mountain Brook Estate
Title:
The Old Mill, Mountain Brook Estate
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The "Old Mill," situated in Mountain Brook Estates, is used as a tea room and club house for social functions and patrons of the riding academy and tennis courts. This is one of the interesting spots of the Birmingham district



Hotel Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Hotel Thomas Jefferson
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 17th St. Birmingham's newest twenty story fireproof hotel. One of the city's outstanding structures. From the roof gardens may be seen a wonderful panorama of the city, viewing the skyscraper district to the east, and the steel mill industries at Bessemer and Ensley to the west. Cost approximately two million dollars


Residence of Robert Jamison, Jr., Mountain Terrace
Title:
Residence of Robert Jamison, Jr., Mountain Terrace
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1923 Dec-31



Plantation Motor Lodge
Title:
Plantation Motor Lodge
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Best on USS 11 West; 1573 Bessemer Blvd.; air conditioned year 'round; approved motel; AMHA and NAA; phone ST 5-9364


Motel Birmingham
Title:
Motel Birmingham
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
7905 Crestwood Blvd (US 78 East-5 miles downtown) Tel. LYric 2-9691. 70 air-conditioned rooms & suites; radios; some TV; laundry service; conference room; library; restaurant; baby sitters; convenient to driving range; ice skating; drive-in theatre and service stations. Howard Johnson's Restaurant



"Hot Bed" Ensley Steel Mills
Title:
"Hot Bed" Ensley Steel Mills
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


City Churches
Title:
City Churches
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
First Baptist Church, St. Marys on the Highlands, First Methodist Church



New Union Station
Title:
New Union Station
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-27


General View looking N.E
Title:
General View looking N.E
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1916 Jun-8



Entrance to Mountain Terrace
Title:
Entrance to Mountain Terrace
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of Birmingham's exclusive residential sections. Birmingham is a city of beautiful homes and flower gardens. A drive through Redmont, Forest Park and Mountain Brook Estates will delight any visitor


Mountain Brook Club
Title:
Mountain Brook Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1953 Nov-9

Description:
This is Birmingham's most exclusive golf and country club, a replica of an early American Colonial Country home, located in the Country Estates addition of the city



Roebuck Country Club
Title:
Roebuck Country Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1947 Jul-29

Description:
Roebuck Country Club, one of Birmingham's three municipal golf and country clubs, located in the eastern section of the city, about six miles from the heart of the downtown district. The club has an adjacent 18 hole golf course and a spring fed swimming pool, along with an excellent club house. It was formerly a private club before its purchase by the city


Waterfalls and Lily Pads in Vulcan Park
Title:
Waterfalls and Lily Pads in Vulcan Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Real Photo unused



Beautiful Negro Homes
Title:
Beautiful Negro Homes
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham has many fine Negro residential sections, but none equal the homes on 24th Ave. North for beautiful lawns and flowers, especially during the azalea and dogwood season


Birmingham City Hall
Title:
Birmingham City Hall
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1955 Feb-10

Description:
Moore News Co



Birmingham Trust & Savings Co
Title:
Birmingham Trust & Savings Co
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-12

Description:
We thank you for your influence and patronage during the past year and assure you that no effort will be spared to merit your continued confidence and cooperation


Night scene, Morris Avenue
Title:
Night scene, Morris Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Jefferson News Co., Inc



Aerial View of the University of Alabama Medical Center
Title:
Aerial View of the University of Alabama Medical Center
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Aerial View of Howard College
Title:
Aerial View of Howard College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
An aerial view of the campus with Shades Mountain in the immediate background



Samford University
Title:
Samford University
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The largest privately-supported and fully-accredited co-educational institution in Alabama, Samford was founded at Marion, Ala., in 1841, moved to the East Lake section of Birmingham in 1887, and to its present 400-acre campus in Shades Valley in 1957. An institution of the Alabama Baptist State Convention, the school features a strong liberal arts curriculum and is the home of historic Cumberland School of Law


Terrace Court, South 20th Street
Title:
Terrace Court, South 20th Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1912 Mar-13



Childrens' Wading Pond, Avondale Park
Title:
Childrens' Wading Pond, Avondale Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-1


Fulton Springs Tourist Court
Title:
Fulton Springs Tourist Court
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
7 miles North of Birmingham, on highway 31. 31 modern cottages, ceiling fans, hot and cold water, private shower baths, plenty of shade. One of the coolest courts in Alabama. Rates Reasonable. Popular priced cafe in connection



Municipal Stadium
Title:
Municipal Stadium
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Legion Field, Birmingham's $300,000 Municipal Stadium, has a seating capacity of approximately 22,000. Some of the outstanding gridiron battles of the nation are fought here. An attractive feature is the Memorial Entrance, erected in memory of Birmingham's World War heroes


Terminal Station And Subway
Title:
Terminal Station And Subway
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1949 Sep-13

Description:
Series 2373 Here eight trunk lines enter and leae to and from all sections of the United States. A subway under the station has been provided for automobile traffic, as the Terminal is two blocks long. A huge sign has been erected at the entrance of the subway to greet those arriving



Eastwood Mall
Title:
Eastwood Mall
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
EASTWOOD MALL Atlanta Highway (U.S. 78 East) Birmingham, Alabama Beautiful Eastwood Mall is a shopping city under one roof with some 43 stores. One of its most enjoyable features is the pleasant year 'round temperature of 73 degrees. An endless variety of stores and merchandise awaits you in all 4 malls. Color by W. M. Massey Koppel


Birmingham Airport
Title:
Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Steel Mills
Title:
Steel Mills
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
A major industry in Alabama


Birmingham Municipal Airport
Title:
Birmingham Municipal Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Birmingham Municipal Airport, located five miles Northeast of the heart of the city, was dedicated June 1st, 1931. It has three hard surfaced run-ways, all being 4,500 ft. or more in length. The Airport covers 432 acres, and is 610 degrees above sea level; is irregular in shape, with sod all over, and has underground drainage



North Birmingham Park
Title:
North Birmingham Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Greetings from Alabama
Title:
Greetings from Alabama
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Birmingham, the capital of Alabama, is the "Pittsburgh of the South". This district leads the world in the production of cast iron pipe and is also one of the leading yellow pine and hardwood markets of the South



Schloss-Sheffield Furnaces from First Ave. Viaduct, Birmingham, Ala
Title:
Schloss-Sheffield Furnaces from First Ave. Viaduct, Birmingham, Ala
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Alice Furnace, T. C. I. & R. R. Co
Title:
Alice Furnace, T. C. I. & R. R. Co
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Skyline taken from 25th floor of Jefferson county Bank Building
Title:
Skyline taken from 25th floor of Jefferson county Bank Building
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1924 Jul-23

Description:
Skyline taken from 25th floor of Jefferson County Bank Building, Birmingham, Ala


Southern Club
Title:
Southern Club
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Series 4244



St. Elias Maronite Church
Title:
St. Elias Maronite Church
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 79424


Norwood Street Scene
Title:
Norwood Street Scene
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
Series A-9889



Aerial View T. C. I. & Ry. Company
Title:
Aerial View T. C. I. & Ry. Company
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
This view , taken from the air, shows a portion of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company's tin Plate Mill at Fairfield. This is the United States Steel Corporation's newest expansion of its Birmingham, Alabama Operations.


Football Capital Of The South
Title:
Football Capital Of The South
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The attendance at Legion Field at college and professional exhibition games have made Birmingham the Football Capital of the South. The SEC games that are played here are nearly always a sellout



Birmingham Auditorium, 8th Avenue North
Title:
Birmingham Auditorium, 8th Avenue North
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1942 Oct-07

Description:
The Birmingham Municipal Auditorium has the largest seating capacity (10,000) of any building in the south. It was erected in 1923 at a cost of one million dollars, and is used for concerts, expositions, conventions and shows of various kinds.


3Rd Ave. At Night
Title:
3Rd Ave. At Night
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Dec-18



The Baptist Medical Center, 800 Montclair Road
Title:
The Baptist Medical Center, 800 Montclair Road
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on a 137 acre site, The Baptist Medical Center - Montclair, 800 Montclair Road, Birmingham, Alabama. At the left is the 485 - bed hospital, a Professional Office Building in the center connected by ground - level plaza to the John H. Buchanan Building. home of the Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing. The plaza tops a nine- level parking deck.


State Farm Insurance Companies, Regional Office
Title:
State Farm Insurance Companies, Regional Office
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Vulcan At Night, Vulcan Park
Title:
Vulcan At Night, Vulcan Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This view of Vulcan at night shows the green torch which burns green if there has been no traffic fatality, and burns red for 24 hours in memoriam for a traffic fatality. The statue of Vulcan is hollow, within each leg are structural members designed to support his enormous weight. A six foot man can stand erect inside of Vulcan's arm.


Steel Industry At Night
Title:
Steel Industry At Night
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham is called the Pittsburg of the South because of its large steel industry



University Hospital And Hillman Clinic
Title:
University Hospital And Hillman Clinic
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1969 Jul-12

Description:
The 17-story University Hospital and Hillman Clinic began in 1888 in Birmingham and is now Alabama's largest and busiest hospital. Its main building is connected to basic science and dental facilities by the Health Sciences Research Building. The Hospital, part of a fast-growing Medical Center of 15 blocks, carries on major programs of patient care, education and research.


Baptist Medical Center, 800 Montclair Road
Title:
Baptist Medical Center, 800 Montclair Road
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Hospital is shown here - the School of Nursing and the Professional Building are to be added to the Center complex



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

Description:
Left: Vulcan Park; Top right: Arlington Ante-Bellum Home and Gardens; Bottom right: Birmingham Botanical Gardens


Alabama Airport
Title:
Alabama Airport
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
A scene from the Control Tower overlooking the new $2-million dollar terminal building and the former air terminal (now used for offices, Air Freight and U.S. Army offices.)



Terminal Station
Title:
Terminal Station
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Birmingham, Ala.'s Terminal Station, a huge structure built 1906 with marble walls and high ceiling with skylight dome of leaded glass symbolic of the rail era of that time. Expected to be razed unless sufficient interest shown to preserve as part of City's museum and civic center.


The University Of Alabama Hospitals And Clinics
Title:
The University Of Alabama Hospitals And Clinics
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics in Birmingham, Alabama is composed of a 700- bed teaching hospital complex and more than 30 outpatient clinics where in excess of 100,000 patients are cared for annually. A division of the University of Alabama in Birmingham, UAHC is the 14 largest teaching hospital in the United States and is the chief referral hospital in Alabama for complicated medical and surgical cases.



Weibel Drive And Warrior Road
Title:
Weibel Drive And Warrior Road
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Weibel Drive and Warrior Road looking toward T.C.I.'s Fairfield plant - one of their several in the Greater Birmingham area


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

Description:
This view shows the fountain of the Club over-looking the city in the background. The Club's being atop Red Mountain affords its members and their guests an outstanding panoramic view of Birmingham by day or night



University Of Alabama
Title:
University Of Alabama
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This is one of the fastest growing Universities in the south. It is known for its large Medical University and its complex of hospitals


Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Title:
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This view shows the Floral Clock and the entrance to the Gardens. The Floral Clock was a gift from Mrs. Horace Hammonds and her daughter. Open for various shows throughout the year, the Christmas and Easter shows are especially popular.



Birmingham Baptist Hospital
Title:
Birmingham Baptist Hospital
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The new 500-bed Birmingham Baptist Hospital, 701 Princeton Avenue, opened in February 1966. The six-story building is designed, equipped and staffed to provide high quality patient care in a Christian atmosphere, in keeping with traditions dating back to the Hospital's beginning in 1922.


Brother Bryan Statue
Title:
Brother Bryan Statue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Bro. Bryan endeared himself to thousands of Birmingham and Alabama people by his many acts of charity and concern for his fellow man



Temple Emanuel, Highland Avenue
Title:
Temple Emanuel, Highland Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Science Hall, Birmingham Southern College
Title:
Science Hall, Birmingham Southern College
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



19th Street From 1st Avenue
Title:
19th Street From 1st Avenue
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


A Corner View In East Lake Park
Title:
A Corner View In East Lake Park
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Third Ave, From 18th Street
Title:
Third Ave, From 18th Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused


A View Of Residence Section In Norwood, 32nd Street
Title:
A View Of Residence Section In Norwood, 32nd Street
Birmingham Alabama (AL), White Border unused



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