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  • Collection: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

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Mal Moore, athletic director at the University of Alabama, sits at his desk that overlooks the football practice field in September, 2011.

Moore grew up on a small farm in Dozier, a little town in Crenshaw County, Alabama, next to the youngest of…

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Jim Bailey of WBRC-Birmingham and University of Alabama Athletics Director Hank Crisp (seated) meet with Bert Bank and Jeff Coleman to discuss broadcasting rights for University of Alabama athletics around 1950.

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University of Alabama students Reese Phifer, Bert Bank and George McBurney, who became an attorney in Florence, Alabama, relax in the Supe Store on the University of Alabama campus around 1935.

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SSgt. Victor Kizzire died on July 19, 1944, in England. Sgt. Kizzire was a graduate of Tuscaloosa Senior High School and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor B. Kizzire Sr. A phot of Sgt. Kizzire can be found at this site:…

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This advertisement found in the 1916 "Black Warrior" yearbook for Tuscaloosa High School invites students to apply for admission to the University of Alabama, touting 100 instructors and 1,350 students. George H. Denny was president of the…

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Postcard of Woods Hall at the University of Alabama - Notation on the front says: This is my room.

Woods Hall, built between 1867 and 1868, was named Alva Woods Hall in 1884 in honor of UA's first president and was the first building constructed…

Advertisement for the University of Alabama for the session staring October 6, 1897, targeting Alabama residents, cadets, and women "of good character."

The Corolla, v. 4, 1897

Men in the University of Alabama ROTC around 1930. Frank Chandler Sr. is seated, second from the left.

Frank Chandler Sr. is a member of the men's tennis team at the University of Alabama around 1930. Chandler is on the back row in dark pants. Other players are unidentified.

The Rotunda of the University of Alabama, designed by William Nichols, was completed in 1831. Seventy feet in diameter and seventy feet in height, the structure formed the nucleus of the original campus.

Modeled after the rotunda at the…
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