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Y Bus.jpg
A new bus for the YMCA was made possible by contributions from the Pilot Club and proceeds from the Y's Men's Christmas tree sale and the boy's candy sale.

In this photo Mrs. Mary Kate Agnew of the Pilot Club is presenting a check for $500 to…

YMCA Membership Card, 1914
A membership card issued to Mr. Morris Friedman on October 3, 1914.

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Indian Guides was a program created in the Young Mens Christian Association to foster companionship between a father and his son through shared activities like camping, meetings and competitions. In 2006, YMCA Indian Guides celebrated 80 years as a…

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The YMCA was reorganized in 1903 and a campaign was begun to raise money for a building under the leadership of B. A. Small, General Director, and officers W.G. Somerville and T.M. Leatherwood. A lot at 2014 Broad Street (now University Boulevard)…

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The YMCA was reorganized in 1903 and a campaign was begun to raise money for a building under the leadership of B. A. Small, General Director, and officers W.G. Somerville and T.M. Leatherwood. A lot at 2014 Broad Street (now University Boulevard)…

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The Board of Trustees, Staff, New Building Committee, New Building Furnishings Committee, Past Presidents and General Secretaries of the YMCA as listed in the dedication brochure on April 5, 1959.

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The 1948 yearbook staff work at Pickens County High School in Reform, Ala. The students standing from the left are Rubye Kate Ashcraft, Luvenia Tiller, Minnie Swindal, Billy Holliman, Doris Nell Alexander, Daisy Faye Simpson, Will Earl Bouchillion…

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A two-story wood frame house, built around 1905, the Wyman - Ashley House has a porch around two sides and utilizes the bay room both upstairs and down. The entrance is framed in a display of leaded glass ("Past Horizons," Tuscaloosa County…

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Wreck at courthouse.jpg
The wrecked auto is a 1951 Commodore 8. It has been towed to Robertson Service Station across from the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse.

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Pictured here is the U.S. Army's transport plane, C-47, which brought 14 sick and wounded overseas soldiers to Northington General Hospital on their last lap of the trip. Pvt. James Pearson of Tuscaloosa set the travel-time record, taking just three…
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