East View Of Wilson Dam
Title:
East View Of Wilson Dam
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Linen PM 1945

Description:
East view of Wilson Dam, Muscle Shoals. Florence, Sheffield And Tuscumbia. Ala.


Birthplace Of Helen Keller
Title:
Birthplace Of Helen Keller
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Helen Keller Home, the birth place of Alabama's famous Helen Keller. Today, Miss Keller is a miracle and a wonder of the world. In her honor the first public library in the State of Alabama was opened in Tuscumbia and named "The Helen Keller Library."



Birthplace Of Helen Keller
Title:
Birthplace Of Helen Keller
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
Helen Keller Home, the birth place of Alabama's famous Helen Keller. Toddy, Miss Keller is a miracle and a wonder of the world. In her honor the first public library in the State of Alabama was opened in tuscumbia and named "The Helen Keller Library."


Big Spring
Title:
Big Spring
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1965 Feb-19

Description:
The big Spring in Tuscumbia, Alabama with a minimum flow of 45,000,000 gallons of water each twenty-four hours. It was here on the banks around the Big Spring, then called Cold Water Springs that the first white men appeared, in the year of 1777, led by a Chickasaw Indian, and drove the Cherokee Indians away from their home or village on Spring Hill, overlooking the Big Spring.



Worley's Museum, Hi-way 72 West
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Worley's Museum, Hi-way 72 West
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Maps of various states consisting in their entirety of Indian artifacts found locally, and put together by C. H. Worley, who is somewhat of a relic himself, by popular demand. Dates on maps indicate year of statehood. Mr. Worley enjoys recalling old wives tales for the benefit of young audiences.


Ivy Green
Title:
Ivy Green
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Built by Helen Keller's grandfather in 1820, three years after Tuscumbia was founded by the United States government in 1817. The house is open to the public, and thousands of items relative to Helen's childhood and adult achievements are on exhibit.



Worley's Museum, Hi-way 72 West
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Worley's Museum, Hi-way 72 West
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Truly the work of a master, these Blacksmith Shops were hand carved by a local whittler that omitted no minor detail. The buildings contain miniature lifelike figures and scale reproductions of tools and equipment of this era.


Big Chief Tuscumbia
Title:
Big Chief Tuscumbia
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Artist Paul L. Worley's conception of Chief Tuscumbia. This figure of an American Indian consists of 1,025 Indian artifacts. All of the components were found in the immediate vicinity of Tuscumbia. Ala. Tuscumbia was a big Indian. This image is 6' 10" tall, and is on display at Worley's Museum, Hi-way 72 West, Tuscumbia, Alabama.



Twylight Inn Motel
Title:
Twylight Inn Motel
Tuscumbia Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 1½ miles off Highway 157, 5 miles east of Tuscumbia, Alabama. Modern conveniences include swimming pool and free mountain air away from traffic noise.




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