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The 1949 Ford that belonged to Bruce Davis is parked outside the grocery store his family owned. His father Jim Davis ran the store from the old building in the foreground located at the base of River Hill in Tuscaloosa about three blocks from the…

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This photo was published in The Tuscaloosa News on Jan 8, 1951. The Tuscaloosa County Junior High team was seeking to even its season record in league play when they met Alberta on Jan. 10 in Northport. The County High Juniors had won 1 and lost 2 in…

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2nd Lt. Phillip C. Anders went missing on December 23, 1943, over the Pacific when his plane went down near New Caledonia. While not originally from Tuscaloosa, Lt. Anders attended the University of Alabama and had multiple aunts and uncles in the…

Aerial view of the intersection of 4th Street and 23rd Avenue in downtown Tuscaloosa. The area is now known as Temerson Square.

This view is looking east down Sixth Street from the top of the McLester Hotel. L. Rosenfeld Dry Goods is located on the corner of Greensboro Avenue and Sixth Street where the Shirt Shop is located in 2014.

Rosenfeld and Company opened its new…

The intersection of Greensboro Avenue and Sixth Street was at one time referred to as City Hall Square. L. Rosenfeld’s dry goods store is to the left. To the right is the Alston Building.

6th Street looking west in the vicinity of Capitol Park.

6th Street looking west in the vicinity of Capitol Park.

A party of 15 enjoys a ride on the skiff Annabella on the Black Warrior River.

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Adam's Drug Store was located on the west side of Main Avenue in Northport in what is, in 2014, the left side of Billy's Sports Bar. The store was owned by Carl Adams who hired a pharmacist. In the photo from left to right are Inez C. Shirley, Carl…


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