Carnegie Library


City of St. Jude - Church & Rectory
Title:
City of St. Jude - Church & Rectory
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Greetings from Maxwell Air Force Base Alabama
Title:
Greetings from Maxwell Air Force Base Alabama
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Air University Maxwell AFB, ALA.


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



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Southwest Holiday Inn
Title:
Southwest Holiday Inn
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
4231 Mobile Highway - U.S.Highway 31 So. Southern Bypass & Highways 231, 331, 80, 82, I-65. Phone (205) 288-0610 P.O. Box 2826. Two swimming pools - air-conditioned restaurant color TV in executive suites - Holiday Lounge - playground area - beauty shop - pool table - display rooms and connecting suites - shuffleboard - meeting facilities up to 200.



Holiday Inn Southwest
Title:
Holiday Inn Southwest
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Two swimming pools - air-conditioned - restaurant - free TV - Free teletype reservations. U.S. Highway 31 South.


Veterans Administration Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama
Title:
Veterans Administration Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
215 Perry Hill Road, Montgomery, Alabama 36109



View of Greystone Hotel
Title:
View of Greystone Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Alabama Christian College
Title:
Alabama Christian College
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
5345 Atlanta Highway Alabama Christian College, founded in 1942, moved to its new Atlanta Highway Campus in 1965. The focal point of the 92 acre campus is the E.L. Cullom Rotunda. Other buildings are the Lillie Burton Armstrong and William O. Baldwin Dormitories, the J.L. Perry Cafeteria, the Gus Nichols Memorial Library-Learning Center, Classroom Buildings and a 2500 capacity field house.


Sidney Lanier High School
Title:
Sidney Lanier High School
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1944 Feb-8

Description:
Sidney Lanier High School, costing nearly $2,000,000, is the Capstone of Montgomery's School System. Montgomery enjoys the distinction of having the lowest rate of illiteracy of any city in the South, and the best school system in America.



Jefferson Davis Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Davis Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1946 Feb-5

Description:
250 Rooms - 250 Baths A Dinkler Hotel Carling Dinkler, Pres.


State Judicial Building
Title:
State Judicial Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1944 Mar-8

Description:
Curteich



Typical Company Street, Gunter Field
Title:
Typical Company Street, Gunter Field
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1944 Feb-25

Description:
Colourpicture


Lee's Grill
Title:
Lee's Grill
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen



Pine Lake Motel
Title:
Pine Lake Motel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1958 Oct-20


Green Motor Lodge
Title:
Green Motor Lodge
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Pine Lake Motel
Title:
Pine Lake Motel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
New and Nice - Located 12 Miles South on U.S. 82 and 231 - Free TV - Air-conditioned - Spring Air Mattresses - Electric Heat - Comb. Tub & Showers. Saxon's Delicious Candy and Restaurant next door. AAA Approved.


Saxon's Restaurant & Candy Kitchen
Title:
Saxon's Restaurant & Candy Kitchen
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Alabama Masonic Home
Title:
Alabama Masonic Home
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1918 Sep-16


Dexter Avenue, Fountain and State Capitol
Title:
Dexter Avenue, Fountain and State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Avenue is the main business street of the city. The fountain in the center of the square was erected in 1886. It was on exhibition at the Atlanta Exposition and the purchase price was seven thousand dollars. The State Capitol shown in the distance was the first Capitol of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis being inaugurated President on the steps of this building.



The Ranch
Title:
The Ranch
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Montgomery's outstanding restaurant. Located on US Routes 31-80-231-82, three miles south of Montgomery. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA. Open 7 am to Midnight.


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Two swimming pools - air-conditioned - restaurant - free TV - Free teletype reservations.



The Ranch Restaurant, U.S. Highways 315 - 231 - 80W & 82
Title:
The Ranch Restaurant, U.S. Highways 315 - 231 - 80W & 82
Montgomery 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.


Visiting Ships, Maxwell Field
Title:
Visiting Ships, Maxwell Field
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen

Description:
Showing part of barracks and part of hangars Curt Teich & Co.



Green Motor Lodge
Title:
Green Motor Lodge
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.


Highway Host Motor Lodge
Title:
Highway Host Motor Lodge
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
50 modern units on US Hwys. 80W - 82 - 31; swimming pool, free TV and phones in each room; member of AAA, Congress of Motor Hotels, American Express, Carte Blanche, Diner's Club; for reservations, phone 264-3465



The Wharf, Alabama River
Title:
The Wharf, Alabama River
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-18


Lurleen Wallace, Governor of Alabama
Title:
Lurleen Wallace, Governor of Alabama
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Lurleen Wallace Governor of Alabama Shown here in this insert with Alabama's historic State Capitol Building, Montgomery, Alabama. Koppel Color Cards



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


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Confederate Monument
Title:
Confederate Monument
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Feb-8


The Whitley Hotel
Title:
The Whitley Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Salesman's Sample



Green Motor Lodge No.2
Title:
Green Motor Lodge No.2
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1955 Dec-31


The Alabama State Capitol
Title:
The Alabama State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-24

Description:
The State Capitol of Alabama is located in the city of Montgomery. Alabama was at one time a part of Georgia and later was embraced in the territory of Mississippi. It was admitted to statehood in 1819 and has an area of 52,025 square miles. The State flower is the golden rod. Alabama (the word is of Indian derivation) was named in 1817 from its orincipal river



Dexter Avenue, Looking East, Showing State Capitol
Title:
Dexter Avenue, Looking East, Showing State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Dexter Avenue is the main business street of the city. The fountain in the center of the square was erected in 1886. It was on exhibition at the Atlanta Exposition and the purchase price was seven thousand dollars. The State Capitol shown in the distance was the first Capitol of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis being inaugurated President on the steps of this building


Exchange Hotel
Title:
Exchange Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The present building occupies the site of the Old Exchange Hotel which was intimately associated with the Old South. Montgomery was the Capital of the Confederacy and the Exchange Hotel was headquarters for the leaders in the Confederacy's activities. Jefferson Davis was one of the hotel's constant guests. From its portico, Yancey introduced President Davis with the words: "The man and the hour have met." Many Confederate Cabinet meetings were held within its walls; from one of these meetings went the order to fire on Fort Sumter



Central Presbyterian Church
Title:
Central Presbyterian Church
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1910 Apr-22


New First Baptist Church
Title:
New First Baptist Church
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1911 Mar-30



New City Hall and Auditorium Building
Title:
New City Hall and Auditorium Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Coliseum
Title:
Coliseum
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The state owned Coliseum is a fabulous structure that accommodates 11,000 spectators at fairs, exhibitions, concerts and other major attractions



The State Capitol of Alabama
Title:
The State Capitol of Alabama
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused

Description:
The State Capitol of Alabama is located in the city of Montgomery. Alabama was at some time a part of Georgia and later was embraced in the territory of Mississippi. It was admitted to statehood in 1819 and has an area of 52,250 square miles. The State flower is the golden rod. Alabama (the word is of Indian derivation) was named in 1817 from its principal river


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Bird's-Eye View
Title:
Bird's-Eye View
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Montgomery is handsomely built on a high, red clay bluff bordering the Alabama River bank. There are many spacious, old-fashioned residences with extensive gardens, and 50 acres of public parks; two trolley systems cover the city, the streets of which are well-paved. Montgomery has fifty-one church societies, one private, and three national banks, three daily papers and several institutional libraries. The Capitol dates from 1850


The Ranch, Montgomery's Outstanding Restaurant
Title:
The Ranch, Montgomery's Outstanding Restaurant
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1954 Feb-12

Description:
Located on US Routes 31-80-231-82, three miles south of Montgomery, Ala. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA. Open 7 AM to midnight



Kilby Prison
Title:
Kilby Prison
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1940

Description:
Kilby State Prison, one of the finest and most modern in the world, is named after former governor Kilby and was erected during his administration


Kilby Prison
Title:
Kilby Prison
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Jefferson Davis Home, White House of the Confederacy
Title:
Jefferson Davis Home, White House of the Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Sep-28


Capitol Monument, The Cradle of the Confederacy
Title:
Capitol Monument, The Cradle of the Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Officer's Mess, Maxwell Air Force Base
Title:
Officer's Mess, Maxwell Air Force Base
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Capitol Tourist Court
Title:
Capitol Tourist Court
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen

Description:
Montgomery, Ala Capitol Tourist Court Ultra modern...brick cottages...steam heat in winter...cool in summer. Tub and shower in every room...telephone



Dexter Ave. Looking East, Showing State Capitol
Title:
Dexter Ave. Looking East, Showing State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused


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

Description:
ST. FRANCIS HOTEL COURTS MONTGOMERY AND MOBILE, ALABAMA Among America's Finest 90 Rooms - 90 Tile Baths in each City Beautyrest Mattresses - Room Telephones Carpeted Floors - 24 Hour Service Air-Conditioned Rooms Fine Restaurant nearby



Veterans Administration Facility
Title:
Veterans Administration Facility
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Veterans Administration Facility, located 4 1/2 miles east of Montgomery on U.S. Highway 80, was completed in 1940 as a General Medical and Surgical Hospital for the treatment of Veterans of all Wars in which the United States has participated. Its setting and its commanding view of the surrounding country are particularly beautiful


View in Cloverdale
Title:
View in Cloverdale
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1916 Jul-5



Memorial Hospital
Title:
Memorial Hospital
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1944 Jul-13


State Capitol Building
Title:
State Capitol Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-19



Air Corps Basic Flying School - Gunter Field, Operations Building
Title:
Air Corps Basic Flying School - Gunter Field, Operations Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Advance Trainers Taking Off for Flight, Maxwell Field
Title:
Advance Trainers Taking Off for Flight, Maxwell Field
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Huntington College
Title:
Huntington College
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Montgomery's schools and colleges are ranked with the South's finest and most up-to-date


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

Description:
A county older than the state (1816) created by Mississippi Territorial Legislature from lands ceded by the Creek Indian Nation in Treaty of Fort Jackson in 1814. Named for Major Lemuel Putnam Montgomery, who was killed at Horseshoe Bend in 1814



Alabama State Capitol
Title:
Alabama State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


State Capital from Dexter Ave
Title:
State Capital from Dexter Ave
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



View of Carnegie Library
Title:
View of Carnegie Library
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Woman's College of Alabama
Title:
Woman's College of Alabama
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1934 Sep-23

Description:
The Woman's College of Alabama was located at Montgomery in 1909. It is an A-Grade College, a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and has grown very rapidly to a position of importance as an educational institution. Its student body, about six hundred, come from all over the United States, but chiefly from the South



St. Jude's Church and School, the City of St. Jude
Title:
St. Jude's Church and School, the City of St. Jude
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM Jan-16

Description:
St. Jude's combination church and school is the first building in the city of St. Jude, Montgomery, Ala., a catholic institution for the colored race, founded by Father Harold Purcell, Director


Exchange Hotel
Title:
Exchange Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1937 Aug-23



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1925 Nov-14


Las Vegas Motor Hotel
Title:
Las Vegas Motor Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
U. S. Highways 31 South - 80 West Montgomery's (Ala.) Newest, Finest & Only Suburban Hotel - Circulating Ice Water - Full Hotel Service - 100% Air-Conditioned - Fireproof - Popular Rates - Fine Restaurants - Phone 3-5703



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

Description:
205 North Goldthwaite Street in the Heart of Downtown Montgomery, Alabama. Phone AMherst 5-0541, Teletype MG-6079. Completely air-conditioned. All rooms have radio and television. Swimming pool, dining room, bar and bench lounge. Ideal meeting facilities. Free parking. Children free under 12


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

Description:
Completely air-conditioned. All rooms have television. Swimming pool. Dining Room. Bar and Bench Lounge. Ideal meeting facilities. Free parking. Children free under 12



Gatewood Farm Motor Inn
Title:
Gatewood Farm Motor Inn
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
jct. U. S. 31S & 80W Montgomery, Alabama Located one mile south of Jct. 31, 82, 231, 331 By-Pass. Convenient to restaurant, service station. TV in lobby, children's playground, Beautyrest mattresses. Air-Conditioning, steam or vented gas heat. Owner: R.S. Moore Phone 288-3750


Dexter Avenue, Looking East showing State Capitol
Title:
Dexter Avenue, Looking East showing State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Avenue is the main business street of the city. The fountain in the center of the square was erected in 1886. It was on exhibition at the Atlanta Exposition, and the purchase price was seven thousand dollars. The State Capitol shown in the distance was the first Capitol of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis being inaugurated President on the steps of this building



Exchange Hotel
Title:
Exchange Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Oct-12

Description:
Is a modern, fire-proof structure, seven stories in height. The interior is unusually attractive, with every appointment of a high-class hotel. It was opened to the public April 7th, 1906, and is conducted entirely upon the European plan Raphael Tuck & Sons


The Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base
Title:
The Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM Jul-11

Description:
One of the nation's largest military institutions of higher learning, the Air University, at Maxwell Air Force Base, in Montgomery, Ala. regularly enrolls students from many other nations. These flags, grouped before the administration building, show some of the countries which have sent students to Maxwell



Interior of Elite Cafe
Title:
Interior of Elite Cafe
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
In business since 1911, where you may enjoy the best food the market offers, served politely and quickly in a clean, colorful, air conditioned restaurant. Peter E. Xides, Proprietor


St. Margaret's Hospital
Title:
St. Margaret's Hospital
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1907 Dec-24



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Alabama State Highway Department Building
Title:
Alabama State Highway Department Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1951 Apr-7



Flowers Hall, Huntingdon College
Title:
Flowers Hall, Huntingdon College
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused


New City Hall and Auditorium
Title:
New City Hall and Auditorium
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1945 Nov-17

Description:
Montgomery's New City Hall, located on the corner of N. Perry, Monroe and Madison Streets, represents an investment of approximately $1,000,000. In it are housed all departments of the city government and the city auditorium seating 3500 persons. In the entrance lobby is a bronze bust of Hon. W. A. Gunter, Montgomery's much-loved and perpetual Mayor



St. Jude's Church and School, City of St. Jude
Title:
St. Jude's Church and School, City of St. Jude
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
St. Jude's combination church and school is the first building in the city of St. Jude, a Catholic institution for the colored race, founded by Father Harold Purcell, Director


Typical Company Street - Gunter Field
Title:
Typical Company Street - Gunter Field
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1954 Nov-12



Veterans Administration Facility in Montgomery
Title:
Veterans Administration Facility in Montgomery
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
located 4 1/2 miles east of Montgomery on U.S. Highway 80, was completed in 1940 as a General Medical and Surgical Hospital for the treatment of Veterans of all Wars in which the United States has participated. Its setting and its commanding view of the surrounding country are particularly beautiful Curt Teich & Co


Officers' Club, Maxwell Field
Title:
Officers' Club, Maxwell Field
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1951 Mar-24



Oak Park
Title:
Oak Park
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1913 Oct-11


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



South Lawrence and Washington Streets
Title:
South Lawrence and Washington Streets
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul


State Capitol, Side View
Title:
State Capitol, Side View
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back



Market Time is Here
Title:
Market Time is Here
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-4


Holiday Inn Hotel
Title:
Holiday Inn Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1959 Feb-26

Description:
4231 Mobile Highway, Southern by-pass U.S. 31-80-82-231-831 Teletype Mg. 6048- Telephone: MMherst 5-678 152 Rooms Enjoy excellent food in our delightful Restaurant and Dining rooms. 100% Air-Conditioned, Complete Telephone Service, Super Service Station. 75-foot Swimming Pool. 21-inch Television, Radio, and Hi-Fi music in every room. All at No Extra Cost



Gau-Teague Hotel
Title:
Gau-Teague Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused


Greetings from the Cradle of the Confederacy
Title:
Greetings from the Cradle of the Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama's state capitol in Montgomery has been the seat of the state government for over one hundred years. In the present House of Representatives chamber, the Ordinance of Secession was passed in 1860, and the capitol became the official home of the Confederate government until it was later moved to Richmond. The central section has an enormous 97-foot dome, and on each side of the main entrance a spiral cantilever stairway winds to the third floor



Interior of The Elite Cafe, famous for steaks and seafood
Title:
Interior of The Elite Cafe, famous for steaks and seafood
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943 Apr-24

Description:
In business since 1911, where you may enjoy the best food the market offers, served politely and quickly in a clean, colorful, air conditioned restaurant. Peter E. Xides, Proprietor


Alabama State Highway Department Building
Title:
Alabama State Highway Department Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused



Alabama's State Capitol
Title:
Alabama's State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Greetings from the Cradle of the Confederacy. Alabama's State Capitol in Montgomery has been the seat of the state government for over one hundred years. In the present House of Representatives chamber, the Ordinance of Secession was passed in 1860, and the capitol became the official home of the Confederate government until it was later moved to Richmond. The central section has an enormous 970foot dome, and on each side of the main entrance a spiral cantilever stairway winds to the third floor


Alabama State Highway Department Building
Title:
Alabama State Highway Department Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Holiday Inn Hotel
Title:
Holiday Inn Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
4231 Mobile Highway - Southern By-Pass U.S. 31-80-82-231-331 Teletype Mg. 6048 - Telephone: AMherst 5-6781 152 Rooms Enjoy excellent food in our delightful Restaurant and Dining Rooms. 100% Air-Conditioned. Complete Telephone Service. Super Service Station. 75-foot Swimming Pool. 21-inc Television, Radio and Hi-Fi Music in every room. All at no Extra Cost


Dexter Avenue, Looking East, Showing Fountain and State Capitol
Title:
Dexter Avenue, Looking East, Showing Fountain and State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Avenue is the main business street of the city. The fountain in the center of the square was erected in 1886. It was on exhibition at the Atlanta Exposition and the purchase price was seven thousand dollars. The State Capitol shown in the distance was the first Capitol of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis being inaugurated President on the steps of this building



State Judiciary Building
Title:
State Judiciary Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
M-30 The State Judicial Building houses the Court Chambers and offices for the Alabama Supreme Court and Alabama Court of Appeals. Also the offices of the State Attorney General and his staff


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Nov-22



Dexter Avenue Looking East Showing State Capitol
Title:
Dexter Avenue Looking East Showing State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Avenue is the main business street of the city. The fountain in the center of this square was erected in 1886. It was on exhibition at the Atlanta Exposition and the purchase price was seven thousand dollars. The State Capitol shown in the distance was the first Capitol of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis being inaugurated President on the steps of this building


Doby's Hotel Court
Title:
Doby's Hotel Court
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
3453 Mobile Rd. 68 beautifully furnished units, all with tile baths, tub or shower. Carpeted floors, Airfoam and Beautyrest mattresses, air conditioned, thermostatically controlled steam heat, swimming pool, free TV in all units, room telephones. AMherst 4-2251



The Ranch
Title:
The Ranch
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Ranch Montgomery's Outstanding Restaurant. Located on U.S. Routes 31-80-231-82, three miles south of Montgomery, Ala. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA. Open 7 A.M. to Midnight. Kodachrome by Henry Hahn


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

Description:
"The Traveler's Home of Distinction" Courts located in Mobile, Montgomery and Birmingham. 24 hour Hotel Service. 275 Air Conditioned Rooms, Telephone, T.V. and Tile Baths - Swimming pool - Fine Restaurants - Approved by AAA and Duncan Hines. Host to 150,000 guests each year



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

Description:
"The Traveler's Home of Distinction" 3 1/2 miles from heart of city. West on U.S. 31 - 80 & 82


Blue & Gray Motel
Title:
Blue & Gray Motel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
U. S. 31 & 32 North. 100% Air Conditioned - Electric Panel Heat. Restaurant & Service Station Dexter



Pine Lake Motel
Title:
Pine Lake Motel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
"New and Nice" Free T.V. in Every Room Located 12 Miles South of Montgomery, Alabama On U.S. 82 and 231 Phone AM 2-6088 Saxon's Delicious Candy and Restaurant next door. "Eat and Sleep With Us."


Green Motor Lodge No. 1
Title:
Green Motor Lodge No. 1
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
34 Distinctive Rooms. Air Conditioned. Carpeted Floors. Mrs. Hal Green and Sons. On U.S. 80 East, 3890 Atlanta Highway. Phone 4-4196 Dexter Press, Inc



Heart of Dixie Motel
Title:
Heart of Dixie Motel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Hwy. 82 & 231, 10 miles south of Montgomery. 42 modern new units; year around air-conditioning termostatically controlled from each room; large rooms; ceramic tile baths; tub-shower combinations; television in rooms; wall to wall carpet; 24 hour restaurant adjoining; baby beds. Phone (Code 205) 288-1501; Rt. 1, Pike Road, Alabama 36064


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

Description:
The traveler's home of distinction. 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 service and fine restaurants - approved by AAA and Duncan Hines. Free swimming pool



The Ranch
Title:
The Ranch
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Montgomery's Outstanding Restaurant. Located on U.S. Routes 31-80-231-82, three miles south of Montgomery, Ala. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA. Open 7 A.M. to midnight


State Judiciary Building
Title:
State Judiciary Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1945 Aug-8

Description:
This building houses the State Supreme Court of the State of Alabama. Also the Alabama Court of Appeals



St. Jude's Church and School, the City of St. Jude
Title:
St. Jude's Church and School, the City of St. Jude
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
St. Jude's combination church and school is the first building in the city of St. Jude, Montgomery, Ala., a catholic institution for the colored race, founded by Father Harold Purcell, Director Ehler's News Co


Kilby Prison, Montgomery, Ala-26
Title:
Kilby Prison, Montgomery, Ala-26
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 4522N This State Penitentiary was erected during the administration of Governor Kilby. Here a modern dairy is maintained. In the prison's main corridor is a magnificent painting of The Christ, as done by a prisoner



Pine Lake Motel
Title:
Pine Lake Motel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 19,939F PINE LAKE MOTEL "new and Nice" Free T.V. in Every Room Located 12 Miles South of Montgomery, Alabama On U.S. 82 and 231 Phone AM2-6088 Saxon's Delicious Candy and Restaurant next door. "Eat and Sleep With Us." You Will Like Our Deluxe Accomodations Mailing Address - Pike Road, Alabama


White House Of The Confederacy
Title:
White House Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 8 the Official residence of President Jefferson Davis during the period when Montgomery was the capital of the Confederate States



Kilby Prison
Title:
Kilby Prison
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series M-10 Kilby State Prison, one of the finest and most modern in the world, is named after former governor Kilby and was erected during his administration.


U. S. Post Office
Title:
U. S. Post Office
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1951 Oct-30

Description:
Series M-9



State Capitol Gold Embossed
Title:
State Capitol Gold Embossed
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


St. Francis Hotel Courts, U. S. 31 - 80 & 82
Title:
St. Francis Hotel Courts, U. S. 31 - 80 & 82
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1954 Jan-21

Description:
"The Traveler's Home of Distinction" 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 service and fine restaurants - Approved by AAA and Duncan Hines.



Montgomery Junior Chamber Of Commerce Free Canteen
Title:
Montgomery Junior Chamber Of Commerce Free Canteen
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1946 Jan-21

Description:
Montgomery Junior Chamber of Commerce Free Canteen for All Armed Service Personnel. Serviced by Montgomery Red Cross Canteen Corps/ Located at the foot of commerce St. in Montgomery, Ala.


Greetings From The Cradle Of The Confederacy
Title:
Greetings From The Cradle Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama's State Capitol in Montgomery has been the seat of the state government for over one hundred years. In the present House of Representatives chamber, the Ordinance of Secession was passed in 1860, and the capitol became the official home of he Confederate government until it was later moved to Richmond. The central section has an enormous 97-foot dome, and on each side of the main entrance a spiral cantilever stairway winds to the third floor.



The Governor's Mansion, 1142 South Perry Street
Title:
The Governor's Mansion, 1142 South Perry Street
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1958 Nov-01

Description:
The Governor's Mansion, located at 1142 south Perry Street in Montgomery, Ala. is one of the Capital City's showplaces. The State acquired the property, which was built in 1900, from the Ligon Family in 1950. The gleaming white structure, of antebellum design, surrounded by spacious grounds and lovely oaks, makes it a home in keeping with the high office of Chief Executive and a fitting gathering place for the guests and visitors of Alabama's First Family. Color from Alabama Heart of Dixie Travel Guide, Montgomery


The Carolyn Blount Theater
Title:
The Carolyn Blount Theater
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park. Donated to the City of Montgomery by Wynton M. Blount in memory of his wife, this magnificent building contains two theaters of 750 and 250 seats and features world class professional theatrical performances and piano concerts throughout the year, Built in 1985 at a cost of more than $25 million, at the time it was the largest single donation ever made to American Theater.



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

Description:
A part of the crowd that attended the Inauguration of Alabama's first woman governor, Mrs. George C. Wallace. The attendance here exceeded that of all the other governors inaugurals in the entire country for 1967.


Confederate Monument
Title:
Confederate Monument
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Confederate Monument at the north side of Alabama's historic Capitol was erected in memory of the Confederate dead. Jefferson Davis, First president of the Confederacy who took his oath of office on the portico of the State Capitol at Montgomery, laid the cornerstone at ceremonies held April 26, 1889.



First White House Of The Confederacy
Title:
First White House Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The First White House of the Confederacy was built in 1825. It was here that President Jefferson Davis and his family lived while Montgomery, Ala. Was the seat of the Confederate government. The residence was ocquired by the State as an official shrine in 1921 and moved to its present site. Most of the furnishings used by Jefferson Davis and his wife, Varina Howell Davis, are housed in this building which is open daily. No admission charge.


State Coliseum, Alabama Agricultural Center
Title:
State Coliseum, Alabama Agricultural Center
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Alabama State Coliseum, located at Montgomery, is one of the most unique structures of its kind. The Coliseum is circular in plan with a diameter of 340 feet surrounded by 8,528 permanent chair seats. The roof is a barrel arch consisting of eleven segmental arches of reinforced concrete rising to 100 feet above the arena. The Coliseum, focal point for Alabama's agricultural and livestock program, is also used for rodeos, ice shows, etc. It is the largest State owned Coliseum in the U. S.



State Coliseum, Alabama Agricultural Center
Title:
State Coliseum, Alabama Agricultural Center
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Alabama State Coliseum, located at Montgomery, is one of the most unique structures of its kind. The Coliseum is circular in plan with a diameter of 340 feet sand contains an oval arena 130 feet by 260 feet surrounded by 8,528 permanent chair seats. The roof is a barrel arch consisting of eleven segmental arches of reinforced concrete rising to 100 feet above the arena. The Coliseum, focal point for Alabama's agricultural and livestock program, is also used for rodeos, ice shows, etc. It is the largest State owned Coliseum in the U. S.


First White House Of The Confederacy
Title:
First White House Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on the Capitol Grounds in Montgomery, the First White House of the Confederacy is one of Alabama's most cherished shrines. President Jefferson Davis occupied the House until the government was shifted to Richmond, and many relics are still on display in the house. The shrine is open daily to visitors, and there is no admission charge.



First White House Of The Confederacy
Title:
First White House Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on the Capitol Grounds in Montgomery, the First White House of the Confederacy is one of Alabama's most cherished shrines. President Jefferson Davis occupied the House until the government was shifted to Richmond, and many relics are still on display in the house. The shrine is open daily to visitors, and there is no admission charge.


Greetings From The Cradle Of The Confederacy
Title:
Greetings From The Cradle Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama's State Capitol in Montgomery has been the seat o the state government for over one hundred years. In the present House of Representatives chamber, the Ordinance of Secession was passed in 1860, and the capitol became the official home of the Confederate government until it was later moved to Richmond. The central section has an enormous 97-foot dome, and on each side of he main entrance a spiral cantilever stairway winds to the third floor.



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The famous Capitol Building of Alabama in Montgomery, was built in 1851, after the original building was destroyed by fire. The front portico was the scene of the swearing in of Jefferson Davis as president of eth Confederate States of America. Twin spiral staircases, still in daily use, arch upward three floors, and have no visible means of support. They are considered to be a major architectural accomplishment.


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Alabama State Capitol Building at Montgomery is said by architects to be the most beautiful of the Greek revival state buildings in the entire nation. Historians agree that few buildings in the nation have been the scene of more colorful and romantic history. Here is where the Confederate Congress first met, on the portico of which Jefferson Davis took the oath as President. The Capitol holds many relics of the momentous War between the States period.



The Ranch Restaurant, U. S. Highways 315 - 231 - 80W & 82
Title:
The Ranch Restaurant, U. S. Highways 315 - 231 - 80W & 82
Montgomery 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.


Confederate Memorial Park
Title:
Confederate Memorial Park
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 37 miles north of Montgomery just off U.S. 31. A spacious house with adjoining buildings on 103 acres of land was given to Ala. In 1901 by Col. Jefferson Manly Falkner, Confederate States Army, for a home and cemetery for Confederate soldiers. In 1937 the home was closed and the cemetery was neglected. Just the 2 cemeteries remain from he "Home" as it was from 1902 to 1937. The Alabama Daughters of the Confederacy and the Sons of Confederate Veterans have had Memorial services at the cemetery annually since 1956. Ala. Legislature established it as a Confederate Memorial Park in 1964. At UDC Annual Convention in 1965 Gov. George C. Wallace announced the first appropriation for its restoration.



Court Square In Cotton Season
Title:
Court Square In Cotton Season
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1917 Mar-02


Post Office And Federal Building
Title:
Post Office And Federal Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Pickets Springs Road
Title:
Pickets Springs Road
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-06


New Post Office
Title:
New Post Office
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



New Exchange Hotel
Title:
New Exchange Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Court Square In Cotton Season
Title:
Court Square In Cotton Season
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1911



Bir-Eye-View Look South East
Title:
Bir-Eye-View Look South East
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back


South Lawrence And Washington Street
Title:
South Lawrence And Washington Street
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back



United States Post Office
Title:
United States Post Office
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
The Alabama State Capitol Building at Montgomery is said by Architects to be the most beautiful of the Greek revival state buildings in the entire nation. Historians agree that few buildings in the nation have been the scene of more colorful and romantic history. Here is where the Confederate Congress first met, on the portico of which Jefferson Davis took the oath as President. The Capitol holds many relics of the momentous War between the States period.



Veterans Administration Facility
Title:
Veterans Administration Facility
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1945

Description:
The Veterans Administration Facility, located 4 1/2 miles east of Montgomery on U. S. Highway 80, was completed in 1940 as a General Medical and Surgical Hospital for the treatment of Veterans of all wars in which the United States has participated its setting and its commanding view of the surrounding country are particularly beautiful


State Coliseum
Title:
State Coliseum
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama Agricultural Center. The Alabama State Coliseum, located at Montgomery, is one of the most unique structures of its kind. The Coliseum is circular in plan with a diameter of 340 feet and contains an oval arena 130 feet by 260 feet surrounded by 8,528 permanent chair seats. The rood is a barrel arch consisting of eleven segmental arches of reinforced concrete rising to 100 feet above the arena. The Coliseum, focal point for Alabama's agricultural and livestock program, is also used for rodeos, ice shows, etc. It is the largest State owned Coliseum in the U. S.



Royal Inn
Title:
Royal Inn
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
50 modern units on U.S. Hwys, 80W-82-31 Swimming Pool, Free TV and phones in each room. Member of AAA American Express, Carte Blanche, Diner's Club. For reservations phone 264-3465.


St. Johns Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Johns Episcopal Church
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1947

Description:
HISTORIC ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURHC, FOUNDED IN 1834. JEFFERSON DAVIS, PRESIDENT OF CONFEDERACY, AND HIS FAMILY WORSHIPPED DURING THEIR RESIDENCE IN MONTGOMERY.



St. Jude'S Church And School
Title:
St. Jude'S Church And School
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
ST. JUDE'S COMBINATION CHURCH AND SCHOOL IS THE FIRST BUILDING IN THE CITY OF ST. JUDE, MONTGOMERY, ALA., A CATHOLIC INSTITUTION FOR THE COLORED RACE, FOUNDED BY THE FATHER HORALD PURCELL, DIRECTOR.


The Cathedral, First Methodist Church
Title:
The Cathedral, First Methodist Church
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
GOTHIC CATHEDRAL, METHODIST CHURCH, COMPLETED IN 1943 AND ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHURCHES IN THE SOUTH, RIVALS OF THE CATHEDRALS OF EUROPE IN ITS ELEGANCE AND BEAUTIFUL STRAINED GLASS WINDOWS. IT STANDS AMONG THE PINES OF CLOVERDALE PARK, SECLUDED FROM THE BUSTLE OF THE CITY.



The Governors House Motel
Title:
The Governors House Motel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Governors House Motel, on Montgomery, Alabama's Southern Bypass, connecting highways 85, 65, 231, 331, 31, 32, 82, & 80 is master planned with all the luxuries of a private country club. Golf, horseback riding, and swimming are listed among the outdoor activities. The noiseless privacy of each guest room, the rare dining experience of the Filibuster Lounge make this truly a "stay to remember".


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

Description:
A county older than the state (1816) created by Mississippi Territorial Legislature from lands ceded by the Creek Indian Nation in Treaty of Fort Jackson in 1814. Named for Major Lemuel Putnam Montgomery, who was killed at Horseshoe Bend in 1814.



The Ranch
Title:
The Ranch
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Montgomery's Outstanding restaurant. Located on U. S. Routes 31-80-231-82, three miles south of Montgomery, Ala. Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA. Open 7 A. M. to Midnight.


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

Description:
Montgomery, the Capital of Alabama, and the Cradle of the confederacy, was founded in 1819. It became the state capital in 1847, and was the first capital of the confederacy. Here on Jan, 7, 1861, Alabama voted to secede from the Union. On Feb. 4, the confederate States of America was organized, and on the steps of the capitol, Jefferson Davis took the oath of office.



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


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

Description:
Key to views on other side :- M - U. S. Post Office and Court House O - Commerce Street Memorial N - State Highway Department T - Confederate monument G - White House of the Confederacy O - Navigator Cadet Parade M - Alabama World War Memorial Bldg. E - Governor's Mansion R - New City Hall and Auditorium Y - Lanier High School



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


White House Of The Confederacy
Title:
White House Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Official Residence of President Jefferson Davis during the period when the city of Montgomery was the capital of the Confederate States



The Capitol
Title:
The Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1921

Description:
Showing Confederate Soldiers Monument


Lafayette Boulder On Capitol Grounds
Title:
Lafayette Boulder On Capitol Grounds
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Stone boulder on the Capitol grounds. Montgomery, erected by the Francis Marion Chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution to commemorate the visit of Gen. Lafayette to Alabama in 1825.



Full Front View Of Capitol
Title:
Full Front View Of Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The State Capitol Building at Montgomery, Ala. The Central portion, of which Stephen D. Button was the architect, was built in 1850, the south wing in 1907 and the north wing in 1911. In this building the Confederate government was organized in 1861, and Montgomery remained the capital of the Confederacy until 1862, when it was removed to Richmond, Va.


Tallassee Falls
Title:
Tallassee Falls
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Jefferson Davis Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Davis Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943 Mar-23


Post Operation's Building, Maxwell Field
Title:
Post Operation's Building, Maxwell Field
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1942 Jul-10



Looking East on Montgomery Street
Title:
Looking East on Montgomery Street
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1961


View Looking Down Dexter Avenue toward the State Capitol
Title:
View Looking Down Dexter Avenue toward the State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Grand Lodge of Alabama, Knights of Pythias
Title:
Grand Lodge of Alabama, Knights of Pythias
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back


Downtowner Motor Inn
Title:
Downtowner Motor Inn
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
120 Madison Avenue



Maxwell Air Force Base
Title:
Maxwell Air Force Base
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


St. Jude's Church and School
Title:
St. Jude's Church and School
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1947 May-4

Description:
St. Jude's Church and School, the City of St. Jude, Montgomery, Ala. St. Jude's combination church and school is the first building in the city of St. Jude, Montgomery, Ala., a catholic institution for the colored race, founded by Father Harold Purcell, Director



South Court Street
Title:
South Court Street
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


U.S. National Guard - Camp Sheridan
Title:
U.S. National Guard - Camp Sheridan
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Commerce Street from Court Square
Title:
Commerce Street from Court Square
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1923 Jun-8


State Coliseum, Alabama Agricultural Center
Title:
State Coliseum, Alabama Agricultural Center
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Alabama State Coliseum, located at Montgomery, is one of the most unique structures of its kind. The Coliseum is circular in plan with a diameter of 340 feet and contains an oval arena 130 feet by 260 feet surrounded by concrete seats. The roof is a barrel arch consisting of eleven segmental arches of reinforced concrete rising to 100 feet above the arena. The Coliseum, focal point for Alabama's agricultural and livestock program, is also used for rodeos, ice shows, etc. It is the largest state owned coliseum in the US



Electric Park
Title:
Electric Park
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jan-17


St. Margaret's Hospital
Title:
St. Margaret's Hospital
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-15



Sidney Lanier High School
Title:
Sidney Lanier High School
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1939 May-8

Description:
Sidney Lanier High School, costing nearly two million dollars, is the Capstone of Montgomery's School System. It is Montgomery's proud distinction to enjoy the lowest rate of illiteracy of any Southern City and the best school system in America C. T. American Art


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-3



Greystone Hotel
Title:
Greystone Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1A1749 150 rooms and baths, circulating ice water, fans and bed lamps, coffee shop – free parking. Greystone Hotel Co., Lessees J. B. Waddill, President L. Loeb. Manager


Alabama State Capitol
Title:
Alabama State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



St. Margaret's Hospital
Title:
St. Margaret's Hospital
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Curteichcolor


Executive Building, Woman's College
Title:
Executive Building, Woman's College
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused



Court Square and Commerce St West
Title:
Court Square and Commerce St West
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1913 Feb-19


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



Doby's Hotel Court
Title:
Doby's Hotel Court
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P20557 Montgomery, Alabama. 3453 Mobile Rd. 68 Beautifully Furnished Units, all with tile baths tub or shower, Carpeted Floor, airfoam and Beautyrest Mattresses, Air Conditioned. Thermostatically Controlled Steam Heat, Swimming Pool, Free TV in all units, Room Telephones. Amherst 4-2251.


Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2810 Atlanta Highway
Title:
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2810 Atlanta Highway
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 96133 Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2810 Atlanta Highway, is the first "United Lutheran Church in America" to be built in Montgomery, Alabama. Organized November 29, 1953, the congregation dedicated the first chapel December 4, 1955.



Jefferson Davis Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Davis Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943 Apr-26

Description:
Series 2116 250 rooms - 250 baths. Direction dinkler Hotels company. Inc., Dispensers of true southern Hospitality.


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

Description:
Governor George C. Wallace. Alabama State Capitol. Montgomery, Ala.



Knights Of Pythia's Childrens Home
Title:
Knights Of Pythia's Childrens Home
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused


Union Station
Title:
Union Station
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Montgomery's historic Union Station Railroad Complex was built in 1898. An impressive Romanesque style structure, it was designed by the noted architect, Benjamin Bosworth, Behind the station stands a magnificent 600-foot gable rooted train shed, one of only five still existing in the United States.



Greetings From Montgomery
Title:
Greetings From Montgomery
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-21


Mr. And Mrs. George C. Wallace
Title:
Mr. And Mrs. George C. Wallace
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Governors of Alabama. State Capitol - Montgomery, Alabama.



Alabama's State Capitol
Title:
Alabama's State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama's State Capitol in Montgomery has been the seat o the state government for over one hundred years. In the present House of Representatives chamber, the Ordinance of Secession was passed in 1860, and the capitol became the official home of the Confederate government until it was later moved to Richmond. The central section has an enormous 97-foot dome, and on each side of he main entrance a spiral cantilever stairway winds to the third floor.


State Capitol Building
Title:
State Capitol Building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Alabama State Capitol Building at Montgomery is said by architects to be the most beautiful of the Greek revival state buildings in the entire nation. Historians agree that few buildings in the nation have been the scene of more colorful and romantic history. Here is where the Confederate Congress first met and on the portico of which Jefferson Davis took the oath as president. The Capitol holds many relics of the momentous War Between the States period



The State Capitol, Showing Confederate Soldiers' Monument
Title:
The State Capitol, Showing Confederate Soldiers' Monument
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The State Capitol building at Montgomery, Ala. The central portion was built in 1850, the south wing in 1907 and the north wing in 1911. In this building the Confederate government was organized in 1861, and Montgomery remained the capital of the Confederacy until 1862, when it was removed to Richmond, Va.


Cotton For Export
Title:
Cotton For Export
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



View In Cloverdale
Title:
View In Cloverdale
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused


Location Of First Capitol Of The Confederacy
Title:
Location Of First Capitol Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused



View In Cloverdale
Title:
View In Cloverdale
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused


St. Margaret's Hospital
Title:
St. Margaret's Hospital
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border unused



St. Margaret Hospital
Title:
St. Margaret Hospital
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Court Square
Title:
Court Square
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Oak Park
Title:
Oak Park
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Mar-27

Description:
Oak Park, the most important of Montgomery's public parks, is fifty acres in extent, and is laid out with every regard for beauty and pleasure; the well-paved driveways are of unusual width, and the pretty flowers and shrubbery, of great profusion. An afternoon stroll or drive through the Park is one of the daily social diversions of the city's leisure class.


Views Of Montgomery
Title:
Views Of Montgomery
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Nov-29



Y.M.C.A
Title:
Y.M.C.A
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back


Greetings From Montgomery
Title:
Greetings From Montgomery
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back

Description:
View Seal Series



Alabama State Capitol
Title:
Alabama State Capitol
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Dexter Avenue
Title:
Dexter Avenue
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen


Greetings From Montgomery
Title:
Greetings From Montgomery
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1945



Shipping Cotton
Title:
Shipping Cotton
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Alabama river


Masonic Home
Title:
Masonic Home
Montgomery Alabama (AL), White Border PM 1926



The Cathedral First Methodist Church
Title:
The Cathedral First Methodist Church
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Gothic Cathedral, Methodist Church, completed in 1943 and one of the most beautiful churches in the south, rivals the Cathedrals of Europe in its elegance and beautiful stained glass windows. It stands among the pines of Cloverdale Park, secluded from the bustle of city.


White House Of The Confederacy
Title:
White House Of The Confederacy
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909



Jefferson Davis Hotel
Title:
Jefferson Davis Hotel
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1939

Description:
250 Rooms - 250 baths direction Dinkler Hotels Company. Inc., Dispensers of true southern hospitality.


New Cilty Hall And Auditorium building
Title:
New Cilty Hall And Auditorium building
Montgomery Alabama (AL), Linen unused





Total: 220 Items