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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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As a performer and teacher, Zelpha Wells has performed across the U.S. and teaches music lessons free of charge. Wells founded the Zelpha’s Cultural Development Corp., an after school program that encourages positive character development. Her awards…

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A receipt from the Zamora Temple for Chas Hamner.

The Zamora Shriners show off their motorcycles in a parade down University Boulevard.

The Zamora Shrine drill team in Tuscaloosa's centennial parade in 1916. The team is on Market Street (now Greensboro Avenue) approaching Broad Street (now University Boulevard). Hinckley Photo Shop is on the right and Brown's Dollar Store beyond it.

The Zamora Shriners of Tuscaloosa drive down University Boulevard in a parade. Note the downtown scene with Adrian's, and Rhealee in the background. Adrian's is the building currently (as of July 2010) occupied by DePalma's Restaurant.

Josephine, Olivia, and Dorothy Murphy enjoy an afternoon swim on the banks of Hurricane Creek in the Brookwood area circa 1923.

The photograph was provided by John Earl, the son of Josephine Murphy Earl.

In the spring of 1947 a meeting of some 200 representatives from civic clubs, churches, organizations, and interested citizens was held in the First Methodist Church to consider the proposal of the Religious Council Youth Committee. This group of…

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Herbert David Warner (left) and Frank Moody at the unveiling of color portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Warner at the Central Building of the YMCA on November 1, 1967.

Color portraits of the couple by Alphaeus Philemon Cole, 1876-1988, a noted New York…

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In December, 1964, a special meeting of the YMCA Board of Trustees was held to honor Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Warner for their support of the YMCA. The Warners, either personally or through the David Warner Foundation, contributed about $600,000 to…
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