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A. S. Van de Graaff was the eldest son of Tuscaloosa attorney and Circuit Judge Adrian Sebastian "Bass" Van de Graaff Sr. and Minnie Cherokee Jemison Van de Graaff. Adrian was born in Tuscaloosa and attended local public schools before entering the…

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A. S. Van de Graaff was the eldest son of Tuscaloosa attorney and Circuit Judge Adrian Sebastian "Bass" Van de Graaff Sr. and Minnie Cherokee Jemison Van de Graaff. Adrian was born in Tuscaloosa and attended local public schools before entering the…

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

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The building built for the Alabama Insane Hospital, later named Bryce Hospital, was designed by psychiatrist Thomas Kirkbride and architect Samuel Sloan, famed architect of the time. With three wings set in echelon formation, the hospital was an…

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The building built for the Alabama Insane Hospital, later named Bryce Hospital, was designed by psychiatrist Thomas Kirkbride and architect Samuel Sloan, famed architect of the time. With three wings set in echelon formation, the hospital was an…

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This aerial photo shows the Black Warrior River with a lift bridge that connected Northport and Tuscaloosa, Alabama. At that time Greensboro Avenue when down River Hill to the bridge. Following Greensboro Avenue to the south, the ten-story bank…

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This photo is an aerial view of the cities of Tuscaloosa and Northport, Alabama, taken around 1946.

The photo shows the Black Warrior River. On the south side of the river, the Corps of Engineers building and property are shown clearly. On the…

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This postcard shows an aerial view of downtown Tuscaloosa prior to the construction of the First National Bank.

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This black and white aerial view of Tuscaloosa shows the Black Warrior River during the 1940s or 1950s. The railroad bridge and the drawbridge that connects Northport and Tuscaloosa are clearly visible. The most prominent building in the photo is the…

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This postcard shows an aerial view of Tuscaloosa made sometime after 1938. The street that runs from upper left down the photo is Greensboro Avenue.

On the right side of the street, the bank building (at University Boulevard and Greensboro…
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