Birmingham Public Library
2100 Park Place
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
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Digital Collections Subject Browser
subject : African Americans--Alabama--Birmingham
newspaper clipping
Newspaper Vertical File Collection (source)
Birmingham World (publisher)
1958-10-25
photograph
Photograph of two story wood building with porch. Sign on front of wood column reads, Colored YWCA All Ladies Welcome.
Archives Department (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
photograph
Black and white photograph of a line of teachers(?) and one child.
Birmingfind Project Ethnic and Community Photographs Collection 829, Archives Department (source)
McCaw (publisher)
McCaw (creator)
photograph
Photograp of eighteen young Black girls around a fire with a house in back of them with the leader of the Camp Fire Girls standing on the porch. A sign on the side of the house reads, Colored YWCA All Ladies Welcome.
Archives Department (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
Image
A picture of cotton pickers with baskets of cotton in a field.
Southern History and Literature Department, Rare Book Room (source)
Isidore Newman & Son (publisher)
Isidore Newman & Son (creator)
1908
photograph
This fourteen room house, two story building was built by Blacks. In 1939 the house had a new stucco front added to it. There was a six car garage at the back of the house.It was an example of Black aspirations in elegant home ownership. It was located at 1101 7th Avenue, North between 11th and 12th Streets, North. As a historic home it is known as the Hadnott Home.
Archives Department, Jefferson County Historical Commission (source)
Ferrell, Ellen A. (publisher)
Moseley, Don (contributor)
September, 1972
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