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According to a telegram received by his parents Pvt. John Wesley Mills Jr. died of pneumonia on October 21, 1918 while serving with a Machine Gun Infantry of the 323rd Infantry. Pvt. Wesley was the son of John Wesley and Eudora Corr Mills of Gordo.A…

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Photograph and article on the opening of a branch library in Northport.

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Photograph showing the volunteers working on a branch library to be located in the Northport Community Center.

The caption states:
BRANCH LIBRARY IN NORTHPORT - Work was begun last night on a branch library of the Tuscaloosa County Library which…

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Photograph and article on the new bookmobile which the Tuscaloosa Civitan Club helped get for the Tuscaloosa Public Library.

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Photograph and description of the renovations of the bookmobile. The caption below the photograph states:

Almost like new - The Bookmobile of the Tuscaloosa County Library is being inspected following a recent overhauling and painting job. Left…

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The first book station within the Tuscaloosa city limits was opened in the community hall of Rosedale Courts. The caption under the photograph states:

New Book Station Opens at Rosedale - Resident of Rosedale Courts were on hand last night at the…

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A photograph of students at Bethel School enjoying a visit of the Tuscaloosa Public Library Bookmobile.

One out of 33 - The Bookmobile visits 33 schools in the county and 17 adult stations each month. This picture, taken at Bethel School, shows a…

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Frank Bruce was a legendary radio broadcaster in addition to being a prominent attorney in the city of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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This photograph shows the First Presbyterian Church in 1937. This building is still in use with additions and renovations over the years.

The First Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa was founded by 16 Presbyterians who left Pendleton, SC, to…

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A postcard of the First Presbyterian Church, Tuscaloosa which appears to have been given (but not posted) as a New Year's greeting in 1919 by Mrs. Snow, The poem on the card reads:
A bright New Year and a sunny track
Along an upward way,
And a…
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