Redmont Park Neighborhood Association
National Register of Historic Places Survey Records, 1869-1923, 1976, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1985, and undated
"Extending across the crest of the Red Mountain is the state's second oldest garden-landscaped residential area. Developed from 1911 to 1935 by Robert Jemison, Jr., Hill Ferguson, and Henry Key Milner using landscape architects C. W. Leavitt of New York, George H. Miller of Boston, Birmingham Landscape Architect William H. Kessler and engineer John Glander, the area contains Alabama's finest collection of residential architecture of that era and includes the state's best examples of the domestic use of Tudor, Spanish Revival, Classic Revival, English Cottage, Dutch Revival, Chateauesque, and Renaissance Revival." – National Register of Historic Places, United States Department of the Interior.
Scope and Content
These papers include surveys and some of the supporting documentation required for portions of the Red Mountain area to be included into the National Register of Historic Places. These include some general information about the houses, occupants, builders, architects, and descriptions of properties. A few surveys include photographs and some house histories. In addition to surveys, the collections also include general correspondence having to do with the Redmont Park project, as well as some after-action reports and other examples from similar projects such as Forest Park and Rhodes Park.
Photograph: Kaul House. File #1281.1.57. Redmont Park Neighborhood Association. Birmingham Public Library. Department of Archives and Manuscripts.