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  • Collection: Al DuPont Collection

Al Dupont is seen here when was nineteen and a soldier. Dupont went ashore on Normandy Beach, June 6, 1944, during the D-Day Invasion.

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Al DuPont stands in front of his election headquarters in his first race for mayor of Tuscaloosa. After 30 years as a municipal employee, DuPont handily defeated his boss Ernest "Rainy" Collins in the July 14, 1981, election. DuPont remained in the…

Mayor Al DuPont sits in his office in the Tuscaloosa City Hall on January 13, 2004.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al Dupont holds a picture of himself when he was nineteen and a soldier. Dupont was part of the D-Day invasion.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al Dupont was part of the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al DuPont looks at a riveting station during the grand opening ceremony for ISE Innomotive Systems U.S. at their building on Industrial Park Drive in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al Dupont, right, and Brooks Kosloff lead the Mardi Gras Parade that wound down University Boulevard on the pre-lenten Fat Tuesday in 2004.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al DuPont speaks at the opening of the new Paul Bryant Bridge that connects Rice Mine Road to Jack Warner Parkway. Guests included Bob Riley, Spencer Bachus and Mary Harmon Moman.

Tuscaloosa Mayor Al DuPont and his wife, Margaret DuPont, talk to Sammy Watson (center) during DuPont's 80th birthday celebration at the Bryant Conference Center.

Sammy Watson and his wife, Debbie, visit with Mayor Al Dupont, right, following a mayoral election run off. Watson lost to Walt Maddox in the election.
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