Houses

Title

Houses

Description

Houses that have been around for hundreds of years, had many important people inhabit them, and played a role in the history of this area.

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Items in the Houses Collection

Anchor Civic Club - Watts Building, 1000 22nd Avenue
According to "Past Horizons," published by the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society in 1978, the history of this structure is uncertain, but it was known to have been built in 1875 as a home and has changed hands several times over the…

Battle - deGraffenried House, 1217 Greensboro Avenue
In 1962, this landmark antebellum home on Greensboro Avenue was razed. The house, known as the deGraffenried House (or the Hester- deGraffenried House), was constructed in 1845 as a wedding gift.

Located at 1217 Greensboro Avenue on the northwest…

Battle – deGraffenried House, 1217 Greensboro Avenue
In 1962, this landmark antebellum home on Greensboro Avenue was razed. The house, known as the deGraffenried House (or the Hester- deGraffenried House), was constructed in 1845 as a wedding gift.

Located at 1217 Greensboro Avenue on the northwest…

Battle-deGraffenried House, 1217 Greensboro Avenue
In 1962, this landmark antebellum home on Greensboro Avenue was razed. The house, known as the deGraffenried House (or the Hester- deGraffenried House), was constructed in 1845 as a wedding gift.

Located at 1217 Greensboro Avenue on the northwest…

Battle-Friedman House, 1010 Greensboro Avenue, 1836
The Battle-Friedman House was built about 1835 by Alfred Battle, a North Carolina native who had come to Tuscaloosa in 1821, and his wife, Millicent. A wealthy planter, Battle owned three plantations south of Tuscaloosa in present day Hale County.…

Battle-Friedman House, 1010 Greensboro Avenue, circa 1905
The postcard states "A Typical Southern Home, The B. Friedman Residence"

The Battle-Friedman House was built about 1835 by Alfred Battle, a North Carolina native who had come to Tuscaloosa in 1821, and his wife, Millicent. A wealthy planter,…

Battle-Friedman House, 1010 Greensboro Avenue, circa 1914
The postcard is postmarked 1914 and the photo is identified as the grounds and home of Mrs. B. Friedman, Tuskaloosa, Ala. (Hand Colored)

The Battle-Friedman House was built about 1835 by Alfred Battle, a North Carolina native who had come to…

Battle-Friedman House in Snow, 1010 Greensboro Avenue
The Battle-Friedman House covered with a layer of snow.

The Battle-Friedman House was built about 1835 by Alfred Battle, a North Carolina native who had come to Tuscaloosa in 1821, and his wife, Millicent. A wealthy planter, Battle owned three…

Battle-Friedman House, 1010 Greensboro Avenue, undated postcard
The postcard reads "A typical Southern Home - Residence of B. Friedman, Tuscaloosa, Ala."

The Battle-Friedman House was built about 1835 by Alfred Battle, a North Carolina native who had come to Tuscaloosa in 1821, and his wife, Millicent. A…

Bell-Ward House, 2715 7th Street, circa 1890
Located at 2715 7th Street, Tuscaloosa, the house is now occupied by Ward Scott Architecture.