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  • Collection: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

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A marker erected by the Alabama Historical Association marks the site of the Psi chapter of Zeta Beta Tau , the first Jewish fraternity on the University of Alabama campus.

Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) was first organized in New York at Columbia University…

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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 Bruce Brown, Mitchel Daniloff, and Elaine Housel all who traveled from Alaska to Tuscaloosa. The photo was featured in Collegiate Digest Volume VII Issue 4.

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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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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

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

In tiny Dozier High School he played all three sports that were offered: football, baseball and basketball. A high school…

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This faculty house, built in 1831, was one of the original buildings at the University of Alabama that was burned during the Civil War. The building was designed by English-born architect William Nichols.  The Old Quad was rectangular and designed…

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Built around 1835, Franklin Hall was a dormitory at the University of Alabama that was burned in 1865 when Union Troops came through Tuscaloosa. The site of Franklin Hall was shaped into a mound and has been used for tapping during honor ceremonies.…

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The Lyceum, built in 1831, was one of the original buildings at the University of Alabama that was burned during the Civil War. The building was designed by English-born architect William Nichols.

The Old Quad was rectangular and designed along a…
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