Oaklawn Plantation
Title:
Oaklawn Plantation
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Curteichcolor


Huntsville Electric Service Center With Big Spring in Foreground
Title:
Huntsville Electric Service Center With Big Spring in Foreground
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Huntsville Electric Service Center This ultra-modern building houses all the city's utilities, electricity, natural gas and water. Huntsville is home of the famous Redstone Arsenal, world's largest rocket and guided missile research and development center.



Parkway at Night
Title:
Parkway at Night
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


First Methodist Church
Title:
First Methodist Church
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Hospitality House Dining Room
Title:
Hospitality House Dining Room
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Adjoining Monte Plaza Motel on City Route 231. An atmosphere of hospitality from the old south, combined with only highest quality foods prepared with the greatest care to accent natural flavors. So delightfully different!


Hotel Russel Erskine
Title:
Hotel Russel Erskine
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
One of Alabama's Finest Hotels 150 Rooms, each with Bath Circulating Ice Water - Electric Fan and Radio Fireproof Garage connecting with Lobby Air Conditioned Coffee Shop



Kay's Motel
Title:
Kay's Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Kay's Motel Motel-Room-Controlled Electric Heat and Air-Conditioning; Rooms Fully Carpeted. Beautyrest Mattresses and Tile Bath. Nice Restaurants Nearby. U.S. Highways 231-241 South in city Limits. Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kay Phone;734 Huntsville, Alabama.


The Goldenrod Motor Lodge 1007 Memorial Parkway
Title:
The Goldenrod Motor Lodge 1007 Memorial Parkway
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
On U.S. Highway 231, Phone JE 6-3315. New-modern, air-conditioned, electric heat, tile baths, wall-to-wall carpet, restaurant nearby. Reasonable rates - one of North Alabama's finest. James & Cecil Hughes, owners and managers.



The National Bank Building
Title:
The National Bank Building
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1964 Aug-24


Monte Sano State PArk - Public Lodge and Cabin
Title:
Monte Sano State PArk - Public Lodge and Cabin
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943 Aug-23

Description:
C. T. Art Colortone



Maple Grove Cottages
Title:
Maple Grove Cottages
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen

Description:
U.S. 241 N. 1 Mi. Maple Grove Cottages, Member AAA American Motor Hotel Association, American Motel Association. Every cottage with private bath, insulated, automatic heat, cross ventilation, ceiling fans.


President's House, Alabama A & M College
Title:
President's House, Alabama A & M College
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Clark HISTORIC HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, Alabama A & M College in the Fall. Built from the ruins of Green Botton Inn, one of Huntsville's earliest hostelries, it has a commanding view of the campus. (The Green Bottom Inn was noted for its famous race track, where Andrew Jackson raced his thoroughbred horses). Koppel Color Cards



Shelby Motel
Title:
Shelby Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.


Madison County Courthouse
Title:
Madison County Courthouse
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome



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

Description:
Clark Koppel Color Cards


Big Spring, One Million Gallons per Hour
Title:
Big Spring, One Million Gallons per Hour
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Kings Inn Motor Hotel
Title:
Kings Inn Motor Hotel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Historic Redstone Test Stand Entered on National Register of Historic Places
Title:
Historic Redstone Test Stand Entered on National Register of Historic Places
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Marshall Space Flight Center The vehicles that launched Explorer I and Astronauts Shepard and Grissom were tested here. This historic site is a part of the NASA Bus Tour operated by the Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL 35807



Charron Motel
Title:
Charron Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
1 1/2 miles north of city on Memorial Parkway (US 72-231-431 by pass) Telephone 534-2481. 43 rooms; tile baths; carpeted; TV; air-conditioned; room phones; radios; swimming & wading pools; restaurant on premises; Janette & Herschel Watson, Owners


Static Firing Test Tower, Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Static Firing Test Tower, Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Saturn booster undergoes static firing at the NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama. The booster has been successfully static fired many times prior to the launching of the first Saturn from Cape Canaveral, Florida on October 27, 1961. The same tower has been used for Redstone and Jupiter programs. Static testing of a missile consists of locking the missile into place on the stand and firing it. The missile does not "take off", but as it strains against the mighty grip of the great tower its roaring engine can be studied for performance characteristics as if it were actually in flight



Huntsville Electric Service Center
Title:
Huntsville Electric Service Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1970 Aug-20


U.S. Army Ordnance "Nike" Guided Missile
Title:
U.S. Army Ordnance "Nike" Guided Missile
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused



Saturn V Test Stand at Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Saturn V Test Stand at Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Saturn V Test Stand at Marshall Space Flight Center The first stage of the Saturn V Moon Rocket developing 7 1/2 million pounds of thrust was tested in this stand. The stand has been converted for Space Shuttle testing, and is a part of the NASA Bus Tour conducted by the Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL 35807


Hotel Russel Erskine
Title:
Hotel Russel Erskine
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
"The Most Modern Hotel in the Tennessee Valley" 150 Rooms, each with Bath - Circulating Ice Water - Electric Fan and Radio - Fireproof Garage connecting with Lobby - Air Conditioned Coffee Shop and Cocktail Lounge



The Redstone, Corporal, Nike-Ajax and Honest John Guided Missiles
Title:
The Redstone, Corporal, Nike-Ajax and Honest John Guided Missiles
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1962 May-19

Description:
Redstone Arsenal is the Array Ordnance research and development center for rockets and guided missiles. It is here where the army developed its guided missiles, including the mighty Jupiter C, which launched the Explorer, The United States first Earth satellite


Sands Motor-Hotel
Title:
Sands Motor-Hotel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1953 May-27

Description:
"Enjoy the Best" JEfferson 6-6661; US 231 South Memorial Parkway. Home of Redstone Arsenal Missile Center of The World. Excellent cafeteria in shopping center across street; free TV in rooms; telephones; room controlled central heat & air conditioned; private swimming pool; restaurant adjacent. Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Shockley - Mr. & Mrs. Roy Jacks, Owners and Managers



Sergeant Guided Missile, Redstone Arsenal
Title:
Sergeant Guided Missile, Redstone Arsenal
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1971 Oct-20

Description:
Measuring about 30 feet in length, the Army's Sergeant is a surface-to-surface, solid propellant, ballistic guided missile possessing a very high degree of reliability and accuracy. Also highly mobile, it can be quickly emplaced and fired by a very small crew, under all conditions of weather and terrain, delivering a nuclear blow far behind enemy lines. Its highly accurate guidance system is invulnerable to any known means of enemy counter-measures


The Big Spring, Capacity 24,000,000 Gallons Daily
Title:
The Big Spring, Capacity 24,000,000 Gallons Daily
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943 Jun-7

Description:
John Hung, the founder of Huntsville, in 1805, was the first white man to build his hut on the banks of Big Spring, and it was from this pioneer that Huntsville takes its name



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

Description:
2901 Memorial Parkway N.W., US 72 - 231 - 431. Phone: 539-3711 - Teletype: HTVL ALA 8512. 125 air-conditioned rooms, all with television, 24-hour telephone service; heated swimming pool; restaurant; ideal meeting facilities; free parking; children free under 12


Charron Motel
Title:
Charron Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
43 rooms, tile baths, carpeted, TV, air conditioned, room phones, radios, swimming & wading pools



Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Earth's largest space exhibit. Space Shuttle Enterprise being brought into the headquarters complex at Marshall Space Flight Center


Sheraton Motor Inn
Title:
Sheraton Motor Inn
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1969 Jul-14

Description:
4404 University Drive (72W). Phone: (205) 837-3250. Convenient to Jetport, Research Facilities, Redstone Arsenal and Marshall Flight Center



Jupiter Ballistic Missile, Redstone Arsenal
Title:
Jupiter Ballistic Missile, Redstone Arsenal
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The largest weapon, for which the Army has development responsibility, the Jupiter has pinpoint accuracy against targets at ranges up to 1,500 nautical miles. The missile is 58 feet in length, and 105 inches in diameter


Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Alabama Space and Rocket Center contains the world's largest collection of missiles, rockets, and space vehicles. A full scale Apollo Saturn V moon rocket is exhibited in a horizontal position and is one of the featured attractions on the 35-acre complex. The exhibition Center is owned and operated by the State of Alabama and is opened every day. Located west of downtown Huntsville on Alabama Highway 20. Color by Jack Moss Koppel Color Cards



Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The first flight Saturn V booster is shown being hauled into a giant test stand at NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama (Redstone Arsenal). The booster will be captive fired here. Stage's five F-1 engines produce 7.5 million pounds thrust. Color by NASA


Space Orientation Center, Redstone Arsenal
Title:
Space Orientation Center, Redstone Arsenal
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Unique, historically significant exhibits vividly portrays the development of rocketry and space travel in the free-world missile production center



Jupiter C, with Explorer 1
Title:
Jupiter C, with Explorer 1
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Jupiter C, with Explorer 1 Redstone Arsenal Huntsville, Alabama. The Jupiter Composite Re-entry Test Vehicle hurled Explorer 1, the Free World's first earth satellite, into orbit. This remarkable feat was accomplished by the U. S. Army Ordnance Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, only 83 days after ordered to try


City of Beautiful Churches
Title:
City of Beautiful Churches
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
At top is the Catholic Church, at bottom, the First Presbyterian Church



Bon-Air Motel
Title:
Bon-Air Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Electric Heat - Air-Conditioned - Tile Showers - Beautyrest Mattresses. Excellent Air-Conditioned Restaurant in connection. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Hicks, Owners and Managers. U.S. Highway 231, 431 City Route, Nearest to town, North of Huntsville Tichnor Bros. Inc


Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Earth's largest space exhibit. Space Shuttle Enterprise being brought into the headquarters complex at Marshall Space Flight Center



Marshall Space Flight Center Test Area
Title:
Marshall Space Flight Center Test Area
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Redstone, Saturn I, Saturn V and the Space Shuttle have all been tested at the historic test area of Marshall Space Flight Center. You can visit this area on the NASA Bus Tour conducted by the Alabama Space and Rocket Center


Miss Baker - Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Miss Baker - Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Earth's Largest Space Exhibit Miss Baker, the first lady of space, is shown by one of the tour guides, as she poses in her special monkeynaught chamber. Miss Baker was the first monkey to survive a journey into space on May 28, 1959



Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Earth's Largest Space Exhibit, Tranquility Base. Visitors to the Alabama Space and Rocket Center are dwarfed by the mammoth engines of the Apollo-Saturn V moon rocket as they board a bus for a tour of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama. The tour route includes a stop at the Buoyance Simulator and a close look at the giant rocket test area


Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Earth's Largest Space Museum, Tranquility Base Huntsville, Alabama 35807 The Alabama Space and Rocket Center, located in Huntsville, is the world's largest space museum. Attracting thousands of visitors yearly, the Center is open to the public everyday except Christmas from 9 to 5



Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Earth's Largest Space Museum Tranquility Base Huntsville, Alabama 35807 The Zero 'G' machine lets visitors to the Space and Rocket Center float like an astronaut while hooked to an imaginary spaceship in space


Dynamic Test Stand, Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Dynamic Test Stand, Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
constructed to test the 363 ft. (110.7 m) Saturn V Moon Rocket, the stand has been converted for Space Shuttle testing. This is part of the NASA Bus Tour conducted by the Alabama Space and Rocket Center



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

Description:
"Where America's Race to the Moon Began" This scene shows a part of Big Springs Park, the City Hall, Madison County Courthouse, State National Bank Building and other fine edifices in downtown


Historic Huntsville: Green Bottom Inn
Title:
Historic Huntsville: Green Bottom Inn
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
one of Huntsville's earliest hostelries, was located on Meridan Pike on site now occupied by Alabama A & M. Built in 1815 by John Connelly, the inn attained widespread fame for its adjoining race track, over which many of the outstanding race horses of the period completed. Gen. Andrew Jackson, an avid folleower of the sport, often stopped here to race his horses and fight his cocks. For many years the table where he dined was preserved



Big Springs
Title:
Big Springs
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jan-31


Over the Dam, Big Spring
Title:
Over the Dam, Big Spring
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 May-8

Description:
One million gallons per hour



The Big Spring
Title:
The Big Spring
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-7

Description:
50,000,000 gallons daily


The Bierne Home
Title:
The Bierne Home
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-1

Description:
Erected 1837



The Bierne Home, Erected 1837
Title:
The Bierne Home, Erected 1837
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-11


Park Valley Motel
Title:
Park Valley Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome

Description:
Away from city noises, spacious grounds, units 150 or more from highway. Brick, central hot water heat, air-conditioned. Large rooms, each with tiled shower bathroom, Simmons furniture. Beautyrest beds and cedar-lined closet. New, good Park Valley Restaurant next door



La Carlos Motel
Title:
La Carlos Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
LA CARLOS MOTEL 8 Miles North of Huntsville on U.S. Highways 231 and 431. New brick. Air-Conditioned optional. Electrically heated. Furnished with the best Wall to Wall carpet. Creamic tile bath, box spring, Beauty Rest Matresses. Free Radio in every room. Restaurant adjoining. Co-Owned and Operated by Mr. & Mrs. L. D. Miller Phone Jefferson 6-2524 P.O. Address: Meridianville, Alabama


Bon-Air Motel
Title:
Bon-Air Motel
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
BON-AIR MOTEL Electric Heated, Air-Conditioned, Tile Showers, Beauty Rest mattresses. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. HICKS, Owners and Managers. Highways 231-241, Inside City Limits, North of Huntsville, Alabama. Phone: 2706



Colonial Homes
Title:
Colonial Homes
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 2A-H858 Few parts of the South equal Huntsville in wealth of handsome ante-bellum Homes. Posterity may view with profitable concern No. 1, the residence first Secretary of the States of the Confederacy, who issued order to fire on Fort Sumter in 1861, first shot of the Civil War. This edifice was built in 1815. No. 2, the home of the first governor of Alabama, built in 1837. No. 3, the palatial home of a wealthy planter of the Old South, built in 1835 C.T. Art-Colortone


Public Lodge, and one of the Cabins, Monte Sano State Park
Title:
Public Lodge, and one of the Cabins, Monte Sano State Park
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
H-4 Series 7A-H1442 The Public Lodge and the modern fully equipped stone cabins in Monte Sano State Park are built entirely of stone obtained from the vast quantities of this stone on Monte Sano



Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 27062-D Earth's Largest Space Museum Tranquility Base. The Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Located in Huntsville, is the world's largest space museum. Attracting thousands o visitors yearly, the Center is open to the public everyday except Christmans From 9 to 5.


Alabama Space And Rocket Center, Tranquility Base
Title:
Alabama Space And Rocket Center, Tranquility Base
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
America's Largest Missile and Space Exhibit Tranquility Base. The Alabama Space and Rocket Center is the largest missile and space exhibit in the world. It was dedicated by the citizens of Alabama to those Americans who made it possible for man to walk on the moon and to explore the universe; and to the youth of America who will utilize space technology for the benefit of mankind



Alabama Space And Rocket Center, Tranquility Base
Title:
Alabama Space And Rocket Center, Tranquility Base
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Scale model of the Apollo/ Saturn V moon rocket on exhibit at the World's Largest space exhibit


Sand's Motor Hotel, U. S. Hiway 231S and S. Parkway
Title:
Sand's Motor Hotel, U. S. Hiway 231S and S. Parkway
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1966 Jul-25

Description:
Where Space Begins U. S. Hiway 231S and S. Parkway. Center of shopping area. Near airport, golf course bowling, ice skating and all entertainment 120 rooms. Restaurant and lounge. Swimming pool. Elevator from underneath parking. "For the most let Us Be your host"



Sand's Motor Hotel, U. S. Hiway 2315 and S. Parkway
Title:
Sand's Motor Hotel, U. S. Hiway 2315 and S. Parkway
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Center of shopping area. Near airport. Golf course, center bowling, ice skating and all entertainment. 120 rooms, restaurant and lounge. Swimming pool. Elevator from underneath parking. "For the most, let us be your host"


Greetings From Rocket City
Title:
Greetings From Rocket City
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Huntsville is the home of Redstone Arsenal which houses the U. S. Army Missile Command with responsibility for all Army Missiles and Rockets, the U. S. Army Ordnance Guided Missile School where soldiers receive missile training and the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center of NASA which provides the giant rocket vehicles for the nation's space program.



Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome PM 1977 Jul-13

Description:
Earth's Largest Space Museum Tranquility Base. The Alabama Space and Rocket Center, located in Huntsville, is the world's largest space museum. Attracting thousands of visitors yearly, the Center is open to the public everyday except Christmas form 9 to 5.


Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome PM 1977 Jul-13

Description:
Earth's Largest Space Exhibit Tranquility Base. The full size Apollo Saturn-V moon rocket is one of the feature attractions at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center. The complete vehicle - longer than a foot ball field - can be viewed close up by the visitor



Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space And Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Earth's Largest Space Exhibit. The full-size Apollo Saturn-V moon rocket is one of the feature attractions at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center. The complete vehicle - longer than a football field - can be viewed close up by the visitor


U. S. Space Camp
Title:
U. S. Space Camp
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome

Description:
Located at The Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville Alabama, the Training Center is the focal point of activity for the Space Camp & Space Academy programs and contains an extensive selection of simulators from flight decks to the 123,000 gallon Underwater Astronaut trainer. Visitors can observe the training & missions from a special viewing area.



Greetings From The Space Capital
Title:
Greetings From The Space Capital
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This willow-lined lagoon in Big Spring Park reflects the new buildings in Huntsville's Municipal Center. On the left is the new Public Safety Building. They are linked by a covered walkway


Huntsville Electric Service Center
Title:
Huntsville Electric Service Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This ultra-modern building houses all the city's utilities, electricity, natural gas and water. Huntsville is home of the famous Redstone Arsenal, world's largest racket and guided missile research and development center.



Madison County Courthouse
Title:
Madison County Courthouse
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Pope-Scragins Home
Title:
Pope-Scragins Home
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This home was built in 1815 by Col. Leroy Pope, "The Father of Huntsville", and overlooks a hill. Later it became the home of Leroy Pope Walker, who as Secretary of War for the CSA, gave the order to fire on Fort Sumter, which began the War Between the States.



The Huntsville Hhton, 401 Williams Avenue
Title:
The Huntsville Hhton, 401 Williams Avenue
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1987 Apr-07

Description:
Located adjacent to the Von Braun Civic Center. 288 luxurious guest rooms, 8 beautifully appointed meeting rooms designed especially for conventions, capable of handling groups from 10 to 900 persons. Two exciting lounges and two excellent restaurants, outdoor pool surrounded by lovely native flowers.


Monte Sano State Park
Title:
Monte Sano State Park
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
A spectacular view from Monte Sano State Park. Near Huntsville, Alabama.



Municipal Building
Title:
Municipal Building
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The new City of Huntsville Municipal Building, one of the many in "Space City's" Center.


Oaklawn Plantation
Title:
Oaklawn Plantation
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the most beautiful ante-bellum homes in Huntsville, Alabama - was built around 1844 and served as a hospital during the Spanish American War. The late Max Luther transformed the 175 acre estate into a stock farm. He also maintained a very fine stable for his noted five and three gaited saddle horses.



View Of Dowtown Huntsville
Title:
View Of Dowtown Huntsville
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The Madison County Court House in distance


Sands Motor Hotel, U. S. 231 South Memorial Parkway
Title:
Sands Motor Hotel, U. S. 231 South Memorial Parkway
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of Redstone Arsenal, Missle Center of the World. Excellent Cafeteria in Shopping Center across street. Free T.V. in Rooms - Telephones - Room controlled central heat & Air Conditioned - Private Swimming Pool Restaurant Adjacent. Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Shockley - Mr. & Mrs. Roy Jacks Owners and Managers.



Municipal Building
Title:
Municipal Building
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


An Aerial View Of Troop Housing
Title:
An Aerial View Of Troop Housing
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
An aerial view of Troop Housing at the Missile and Maintenance Center and School at Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Alabama.



Madison County Courthouse
Title:
Madison County Courthouse
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The new multi-million dollar building gives the county government more room to serve the people of Madison County


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



Colonial Homes
Title:
Colonial Homes
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Few parts of the South equal Huntsville in wealth of handsome ante-bellum Homes. Posterity may view with profitable concern No. 1, the residence first Secretary of the States of the Confederacy, who issued order to fire on Fort Sumter in 1861, first shot of the Civil War. This edifice was built in 1815. No. 2, the home of the first Governor of Alabama, built in 1837. No. 3, the palatial home of a wealthy planter of the Old South, built in 1835.


U. S. Post Office And Court House
Title:
U. S. Post Office And Court House
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused



The Big Spring
Title:
The Big Spring
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back


The Big Spring
Title:
The Big Spring
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Public Lodge And One Of The Cabins, Monte Sano State Park
Title:
Public Lodge And One Of The Cabins, Monte Sano State Park
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The Public Lodge and the moden fully equipped stone cabins in Monte Sano State Park are built entirely of stone obtained from the vast quantities of this stone on Monte Sano


City Park and Falls, Twenty-Four Million Gallons per Day
Title:
City Park and Falls, Twenty-Four Million Gallons per Day
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back unused



Street Gathering of King Cotton
Title:
Street Gathering of King Cotton
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Director of NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center
Title:
Director of NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dr. Wernher von Braun, director of the NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center, is shown with rocket models and hardware at the Huntsville, Alabama space installation. Koppel Color Cards



Parkway Shopping Center
Title:
Parkway Shopping Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the South's most modern shopping conveniences, featuring 35 stores and parking for 2,200 cars. Seen prominently in this picture is the G.C. Murphy Store, one of the newest and largest in the South. Also seen is H & H Walgreen, a completely modern self-service drug store


First National Bank
Title:
First National Bank
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back



College Laundry at Oakwood College (1947)
Title:
College Laundry at Oakwood College (1947)
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1970 Aug-20


Mississippi Test Facility, NASA
Title:
Mississippi Test Facility, NASA
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
NASA-MTF The S-11-2, second flight stage of the second stage booster rocket of the Saturn V space vehicle is shown being lifted into the S-11 test stand for checkout and static test firing. The S-11 test stand is 200 feet tall with a foundation that extends 40 feet below ground and rests on steel pilings each over 90 feet long. MTF is a component of the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center H. S. Crocker Co., Inc



Full Scale Model of Apollo Spacecraft
Title:
Full Scale Model of Apollo Spacecraft
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1965 Apr-4

Description:
This full-scale model of the NASA Apollo spacecraft is scheduled to carry three astronauts to the surface of the moon. The carrier rockets for this program are the Saturn and Nova, which are being developed under the direction of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama


Washington Street at Night
Title:
Washington Street at Night
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1965 Apr-6

Description:
Huntsville was the scene of these "firsts" in Alabama: 1811-first town incorporated 1812-first Masonic Lodge chartered 1816-first bank incorporated 1819-first state constitution drafted 1819-first governor inaugurated 1819-first session of the state legislature held 1824-first cotton mill erected 1965-first in "Outer Space, USA"



Hotel Russel Erskine
Title:
Hotel Russel Erskine
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
The most modern hotel in the Tennessee Valley. Population 30,000. 150 rooms, each with bath. Circulating ice water, electric fan and radio, fireproof garage connecting with lobby, air-conditioned coffee shop and cocktail lounge


Huntsville Hospital
Title:
Huntsville Hospital
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc



Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Title:
Alabama Space and Rocket Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Earth's Largest Space Exhibit, Tranquility Base. This is the main exhibit building at the Alabama Space and Rocket Center. The Center contains the world's largest collection of rockets, missiles and space vehicles and houses over fifty operating exhibits about space travel


Big Spring International Park
Title:
Big Spring International Park
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
at night



Oakwood College, W.H. Green Memorial Library
Title:
Oakwood College, W.H. Green Memorial Library
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Big Spring
Title:
Big Spring
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jul-20



Court House
Title:
Court House
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-4

Description:
16700-


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Divided Back PM Sep-3



The Ritz Café, 108 North Washington St
Title:
The Ritz Café, 108 North Washington St
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 83505 Complete Menu - Sandwiches to Full Courses. Home Baked Pie, Corn Bread, and Biscuits. Specializing in Tennessee Country Ham.


Spaceships Moon Buggies Rocket Engines
Title:
Spaceships Moon Buggies Rocket Engines
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Spaceships, moon buggies, rocket engines and exhibits about space travel fill the multi-million dollar Alabama Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville. The new space center, World's largest missile and space exhibit, highlights the equipment used by U. S. astronauts to explore the moon. The Center is located west of Huntsville on Highway 20, and operates seven days a week.



Welcome To Huntsville Missile And Space Capital
Title:
Welcome To Huntsville Missile And Space Capital
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Welcome to the "Outer Space Capital, USA" - a progressive and friendly metropolis.


Parkway Shopping Center
Title:
Parkway Shopping Center
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the south's most modern shopping conveniences, featuring 35 stores and parking for 2,200 cars. Seep prominently in this picture is the G. C. Murphy Store, one of eh newest and largest in the South, Also seen is H. & H Walgreen, a completely modern self-service drug store.



Welcome To Huntsville!
Title:
Welcome To Huntsville!
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Huntsville, Ala. is the home of Redstone Arsenal, where the Army Ballistic Missile Agency is located. Also the Army Ordnance Guided Missile School.


Scenic Views Near Huntsville
Title:
Scenic Views Near Huntsville
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1943

Description:
No. 1, gorgeous Scenic Drive to Huntsville, No. 2, Inspiration Point, 2000 feet elevation, overlooking Huntsville. No. 3, "Over the Top," Monte Sano Mountain, 2000 feet elevation, overlooking Huntsville, Ala.



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


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



Clement C. Clay Bridge Over Tennessee River
Title:
Clement C. Clay Bridge Over Tennessee River
Huntsville Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
This magnificent structure over the Tennessee River is a few miles out of Huntsville on the newly paved "Airline Highway" to Birmingham. Ala. And all points south.




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