The Moody-Warner House, 1925 8th Street

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Title

The Moody-Warner House, 1925 8th Street

Subject

Houses and homes

Description

The Moody-Warner House, was built around 1822 by Davis Scott as a home when he came to Tuscaloosa as a merchant.

The house had a series of owners until it became the home of the Washington Moodys. Moody was the grandson of the founder of the First National Bank.

The house was restored in 1977 by Jack Warner and the David Warner Foundation and opened as a museum in honor of Jack Warner's mother, Mildred Grace Westervelt Warner (1893-1974).

The museum closed and the house was put up for sale in 2003.

Past Horizons, p. 18

Source

Tuscaloosa News

Contributor

Betty Slowe (Description)

Type

Photograph

Identifier

278

Coverage

Tuscaloosa (AL)

Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

5 x 7 inches

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