The Chapel Veterans Administration Hospital
Title:
The Chapel Veterans Administration Hospital
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Moon Winx Court
Title:
Moon Winx Court
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Moon Winx Court
Title:
Moon Winx Court
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
36 Air-Conditioned rooms with telephone and radio. T-V Optional. Children's playground. Away from highway noises. AAA-Quality Courts. East side of city, on US 11.


Shangri-La Motel
Title:
Shangri-La Motel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1951

Description:
Tuscaloosa's newest and most modern facility. Located on Highway 82, seven blocks from business section. Year-round air-conditioned, full tile baths, Beauty Rest mattresses, carpeted--everything for your comfort.



M&M Company
Title:
M&M Company
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Earl Studio, Inc. Make your rooms easy to find! Wide choice of colors adds to the decor of your building. V-bracket - a projecting style - numbered both sides for easy identification when approached from either direction. Made of flexible material, it is drilled two holes each side for installation with screws.


All-States Tourist Restaurant
Title:
All-States Tourist Restaurant
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Moon Winx Court
Title:
Moon Winx Court
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
East side of the city, on U.S. 11 in city limits. Restaurant on grounds. 12 air-conditioned rooms each with radio and telephone. Childrens' playground. Away from highway noises


Shangri-La Motel
Title:
Shangri-La Motel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1911 Sep-5


The New Engineering Building at University of Alabama
Title:
The New Engineering Building at University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1942 May-18

Description:
Curt Teich & Co



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

Description:
Downtown on u.S. 11, 82 & 43 Tuscaloosa, Alabama Open 24 Hours - 72 Rooms - Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge - TV in all rooms - Phones - Swimming Pool Convenient to Movies, Drug and Department Stores. Telephone: Plaza 2-2167


Knott Hall, University of Alabama
Title:
Knott Hall, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen PM Sep-16



Shangri-La Motel
Title:
Shangri-La Motel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Highways 82, 11, and state 69, seven blocks from business section. Year-round Air-conditioned, full tile baths, carpeted floors, room telephones, Free Television, restaurant adjoining, Heated swimming Pool


The Chapel, Veterans Administration Hospital
Title:
The Chapel, Veterans Administration Hospital
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Gymnasium, University of Alabama
Title:
Gymnasium, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Freidman Home
Title:
Freidman Home
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This beautiful structure located at 1010 Greensboro Avenue was built in 1835 by Alfred Battles. It has been owned and occupied by the Freidman family until recently



Gorgas Home Located on the University of Alabama Campus
Title:
Gorgas Home Located on the University of Alabama Campus
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dr. William Crawford Gorgas, whose father occupied this home while President of the University, became world renowned for his work in sanitation. He assisted in conquering yellow fever and made the Panama Canal possible. Dr. Gorgas was elected in 1950 to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans Dexter Press, Inc


Denny Chimes
Title:
Denny Chimes
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
University of Alabama



Druid City Hospital
Title:
Druid City Hospital
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1952 and accommodating an average in excess of 22,000 patients annually. This is the third largest General Hospital in the state. Plans have been announced for the addition of a four story wing in the immediate future


University Club
Title:
University Club
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
It is owned and operated by the University of Alabama and is used by the faculty and town people for entertainment and relaxation. it was formerly occupied by Arthur P. Bagby while he was Governor of the State during the time the Capital was located in Tuscaloosa



Town House Motor Hotel
Title:
Town House Motor Hotel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Downtown at Jct. of U.S. 11,82, and 43. Open 24 hours, 72 Rooms and Suites, Sample room available, T-V Lounge, Convenient to Restaurants, Theaters, Drug and Dept. Stores. Room telephones. Room T-V optional. Heated Swimming Pool. 'Coffee on the House'. The Victor Rogers. AAA and Quality Courts


Druid City Hospital
Title:
Druid City Hospital
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1974

Description:
Built in 1952 and accommodating an average in excess of 22,00 patients annually. This is the third largest General Hospital in the state. Plans have been announced for the addition of a four story wing in the immediate future



Denny Chimes, University of Alabama
Title:
Denny Chimes, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Town House Motor Hotel
Title:
Town House Motor Hotel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1958 Dec-12

Description:
Downtown at Junction of U.S. 11, 82 and 43 Open 24 Hours - 72 Rooms - TV All Rooms - Phones Heated Swimming Pool - Convenient to Restaurants Movies - Drug Stores - Department Stores Tuscaloosa, Alabama Phone PLease 2-2167



Shangri-La Motel
Title:
Shangri-La Motel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Highways 82, 11, and state 69, seven blocks from business section. Year-round Air-conditioned, full tile baths, carpeted floors, room telephones, Free Television, restaurant adjoining, Heated swimming Pool


Shangri-La Motel
Title:
Shangri-La Motel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Shangri-La Motel
Title:
Shangri-La Motel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Located on Highways 82, 11 and state 69, seven blocks from business section. year-round air-conditioned, full tile baths, carpeted floors, room telephones, free television, restaurant adjoining, heated swimming pool. AAA


Alabama Union Building, University of Alabama
Title:
Alabama Union Building, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Burchfield Home
Title:
Burchfield Home
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This home was constructed before the Civil War and is one of the many beautiful colonial homes to be found in Tuscaloosa. It is open to visitors


Denny Chimes, University of Alabama
Title:
Denny Chimes, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Gorgas Home, University of Alabama Campus
Title:
Gorgas Home, University of Alabama Campus
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Gorgas Home, located on the University of Alabama Campus, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dr. William Crawford Gorgas whose father occupied this home while President o the University, became world renowned for his work in sanitation. He assisted in conquering yellow fever and made the Panama Canal possible. Dr. Gorgas was elected in 1950 to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans.


Governor's Mansion
Title:
Governor's Mansion
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Brilliant azaleas and a spacious lawn frame this lovely white columned Southern mansion, a reminder of days gone by. This masterfully perfected home of beauty and quality was built in 1834-35 while the State Capitol was in Tuscaloosa. Gov. Arthur Pendleton Bagby bought the mansion March 10, 1838. The Capitol was moved to Montgomery, so Gov. Bagby was the only Governor to live in this mansion. It is now a faculty club of the University of Alabama and is in an excellent state of repairs.



Denny Chimes
Title:
Denny Chimes
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
University of Alabama's most famous landmark. It's chimes have been heard every hour for a number of generations. It provides a sight and sound that is dear to the memory of "Bama" alumni the world over.


President's Mansion
Title:
President's Mansion
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The President's residence was built in 1841, one of the two oldest buildings to remain on the campus grounds. It was completed at a cost of several thousand dollars.



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

Description:
Alabama Union Building - a center for student activity. This building houses the Post Office, Student Supply Store, and the University Radio Station.


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



President's Home , University of Alabama
Title:
President's Home , University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Tuscaloosa Country Club
Title:
Tuscaloosa Country Club
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Club facilities provide for golf, tennis, swimming, cards, luncheons, teas, dancing, etc



University of Alabama - Denny Stadium
Title:
University of Alabama - Denny Stadium
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Commerce Building, University of Alabama
Title:
Commerce Building, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1939 Jan-31

Description:
Curt Teich & Co., Inc



Martha Parham Hall, University of Alabama
Title:
Martha Parham Hall, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Women's residence


Ferguson Center, University of Alabama
Title:
Ferguson Center, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Ferguson Center offers activities ranging from lecture series to recreation. It is truly one of the finer assets to west Alabama



Alabama Union Building at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Title:
Alabama Union Building at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Paul W. Bryant Hall - University of Alabama
Title:
Paul W. Bryant Hall - University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This fine structure has received national attention, along with the great Alabama football teams. The Crimson Tide was chosen as National Champions in 1961, 1964 and 1965!



Rose Administration Building, University of Alabama
Title:
Rose Administration Building, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This building is centrally located on the University of Alabama Campus and was first occupied in 1970. It is named in memory of one of the University's many great Presidents, Frank A. Rose


Ferguson Center University of Alabama
Title:
Ferguson Center University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Ferguson Center offers activities ranging from lecture series to recreation. It is truly one of the finer assets of west Alabama



University of Alabama
Title:
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
At Tuscaloosa, Ala., Denny Chimes has become a symbol of the University of Alabama. Erected in honor of one of the State's most outstanding educators, the late Dr. George Denny, the chimes form the hub of the institution's steadily expanding campus


Views of the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa
Title:
Views of the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Greetings from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Home of the Alabama Crimson Tide



Shangri-La Motel
Title:
Shangri-La Motel
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Located on Highway 82, 11 and state 69, seven blocks from business section. Year-round air-conditioned, full tile baths, carpeted floors, room telephones, free television, restaurant adjoining, heated swimming pool


Farrah Hall, Shcool of Law, University of Alabama
Title:
Farrah Hall, Shcool of Law, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Alabama's Law School, established in 1845, has for its well known graduates, such men as the late Speaker of the House, William Bankhead, Claude Pepper, Hugo Black, John Bankhead, Luther Patrick, Kenneth McKellar, John Sparkman and Sam Hobbs



University of Alabama - Jason Shrine, Block House
Title:
University of Alabama - Jason Shrine, Block House
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
A famous historic landmark which rests in the center of the campus grounds. It was the only building still completely standing in this area after the passing of the civil war


Fraternity Row, University Of Alabama
Title:
Fraternity Row, University Of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1933 Feb-16

Description:
Series 29795N



Greensboro Avenue
Title:
Greensboro Avenue
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 55103 Greensboro Avenue, looking North, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. This view shows part of the downtown shopping district.


Denny Stadium, University of Alabama
Title:
Denny Stadium, University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1944 Jan-25

Description:
Series T 29 Denny Stadium has a present seating capacity of 20,000. Ultimate seating capacity 60,000.



Smith Hall, University Of Alabama
Title:
Smith Hall, University Of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Friedman Memorial Library
Title:
Friedman Memorial Library
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This home was constructed before the Civil War and is one of the many beautiful colonial homes to be found in Tuscaloosa



Nurses Home, Veteran's Hospital
Title:
Nurses Home, Veteran's Hospital
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Gorgas Home, University of Alabama Campus
Title:
Gorgas Home, University of Alabama Campus
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dr. William Crawford Gorgas whose father occupied this home will President of the University, became world renowned for his work in sanitation. He assisted in conquering yellow fever and made the Panama Canal possible. Dr. Gorgas was elected in 1950 to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans.



University Of Alabama
Title:
University Of Alabama
Tuscaloosa Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
"Home of the crimson tide" In the year 1892 the now famous Grid eleven played its first game with the Birmingham Athletic club. The year 1892 is considered the outstanding year in the History of the University of Alabama. Since the year 1907 the Grid eleven has been known as "The Crimson tide" and its fame is so great that when the average man thinks of "Bama" he also always thinks of "The Crimson Tide."


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





Total: 60 Items