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Hill's Food Store was originally located on Sixth Street, but moved to Ninth Street and 22nd Avenue where Region's Bank is now located after 1951.

Marjorie Earnest is pictured on the left. Others are unidentified.

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The Arts and Letters Club in Tuscaloosa.

First row: Sis Partlow Pritchett, Charlotte McEachen, Sue C. Phifer, Netta J. Holley, Evelyn Bricken, Bealand Randal, Katherine Jordon and Mary Morgan.

Second row: Louise Moody, Marjorie Florhand,…

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Thomas McAlpine "Tom" Ozment, a second generation owner, repairs a mimeograph machine in Fincher and Ozment Jewelers.

Fincher and Ozment Jewelers opened in 1904 on 6th Street in downtown Tuscaloosa.

Dr. Thomas Jefferson Ozment (1838-1916), a…

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Ladie Fonville Penick and Clifton Hewitt Penick are shown on their wedding day in front of the old Capitol in Tuscaloosa.

Penick was a lawyer and counsel for the board of trustees at the University of Alabama and part of the transaction of UA to…

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Eugent Truman Ozment, founder of Fincher and Ozment Jewelers, left, stands with his son Tom Ozment (right) and grandson, Tommy Ozment.

Fincher and Ozment Jewelers opened in 1904 on 6th Street in downtown Tuscaloosa.

Dr. Thomas Jefferson Ozment…

Fincher & Ozment 1908 (2).tif
On the left is William H. Fincher; behind the case is Eugene Truman Ozment. Both men are founders of Fincher and Ozment Jewelers. The two men on the right are unidentified.

Fincher and Ozment Jewelers opened in 1904 on 6th Street in downtown…

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Verner Military Institute was founded in October, 1877, in Tuscaloosa as University High School by Professor William H. Verner. It was designed to be a preparatory school for youths for the State University.

Its exercises were conducted in various…

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This is the fifth grade class of Mrs. Lillie Banks at the West End Elementary School during the 1962-63 school year.

First row from left: Karen Windham, Linda Ballard, Sheila Robertson, Diane Gast, Unknown, Unknown, Cathy Barrett, Carol Yaw,…

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Grover Grammer bought the old Hagler's Mill on Binion Creek in north Tuscaloosa County in the 1940s before electricity was available. The mill had been built by Edward Hagler in 1866.

Grammar ran the mill by water power, grinding corn meal,…

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This 1967 American Legion Post 34 baseball team was the only team to win the national championship from Alabama. The previous year, they were second. Mike Innes, who is in the photo, played baseball at the University of Alabama and in the minor…
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