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  • Collection: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

The original university master plan featured an academic village centered on a park-like green. This 1838 engraving depicts what the campus would have looked like if the original plan had been finished. Only six of the buildings seen were ever…

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

A view across the today's Quad to Clark Hall on the University of Alabama campus.

This postcard shows people enjoying a day on Marr’s Spring. Named for William M. Marr, Marr's Spring was the water supply for the University for over 75 years. The site of Marr’s Spring was chosen by the Trustees of the University of Alabama to erect…

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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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Denny Chimes and the campus of the University of Alabama following a March snowfall.

Denny Chimes, on the Quad at the University of Alabama, was built in 1929 to honor longtime University of Alabama President George H. Denny, who served as the…

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An aerial picture of the University of Alabama including what was then Denny Stadium.

Aerial view of the campus and Bryant-Denny Stadium at the University of Alabama.

Aerial view of Woods Quad on the University of Alabama campus. The buildings are from left to right in the front, Manly Hall, Clark Hall, and Garland Hall. Woods Hall is the building along the back of the Quad.

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The Alabama Museum of Natural History, with thousands of invaluable specimens from all lines of scientific research, is a lasting monument to the energy, labor and love exhibited by Dr. Eugene Allen Smith. He was appointed as state geologist in 1873…
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