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Engraving of Nathaniel A. Barrett who helped create East Lake, Alabama as a municipal corporation and served as its first and its last mayor. He also served as president of the Board of City Commissioners of Birmingham, Alabama (Mayor) from 1917-1921.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
engraving
Engraving of A. Max Boxer who was a businessman and worked at the City Paper Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of Robert A. Brown who's business R. A. Brown & Company engaged in the real estate, loan and insurance business. He was also president of the Alabama State Fair and Exhibit Association for several years.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Charles A. Jones who was in the food brokerage business and owned Charles A. Jones & Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Charles A. Moffett who was an industrial engineer, a foreman of pattern and machine shops and worked in several of the local iron industries. He organized the foundry firm of Moffett & Bonholzer and sold it eighteen months later to Stockham Pipe Fittings Company. He served as vice president and general manager of the Gulf States Steel Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of James A. Montgomery who was president of the Montgomery Coal Washing and Manufacturing Company. He was an inventor who patented a coal washing machine in 1900.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Thomas Harper Spencer who was involved in the brokerage business, in the grocery business with L. B. Shelton and in the coal business. He operated the Alabama & Mississippi Coal Company and operated a gravel pit in Bessemer, Alabama.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Samuel M. Adler who was a businessman and organized Adler, Durham & Company. He owned mineral lands in the western part of Alabama and worked with E. M. Tutwiler on numerous business enterprises.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Morris Adler who was in the coal business and was president of the Corona Coal Company in Birmingham, Alabama.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of William Farrington Aldrich who represented Alabama as a U. S. congressman for three terms beginning in 1894. He was one of the owners and the editor for the Birmingham Times newspaper.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Willliams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Alexander Troy London who was an attorney. He served as counsel for the Elyton Land Company and its successor, the Birmingham Water Works Company. He represented Jefferson County in the Alabama Legislature in 1902. His name is prominently associated with the movement to establish a public library at Birmingham.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Edward H. Andrews who was manager for the Central Life Insurance Company of Cincinnati.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Arthur R. Forsyth who was a businessman and vice president and treasurer of the Gulf States Steel Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Daniel B. Dimick who owned several businesses in Birmingham.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of George B. Tarrant who was a tax collector for Jefferson County, officer in the Tarrant Land Company and founder of Tarrant, Alabama.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of George B. Ward who was mayor of Birmingham, Alabama. He was also a banker.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Henry L. Badham who was in the banking industry. He was vice-president of the Berney National Bank which merged into the First National Bank. In 1900 he became the principal stockholder of the Bessemer Coal, Iron & Land Company. In 1903 with others he organized the American Trust and Savings Bank, of which he has since been vice president.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Edwin Ball who was the general manager of mines of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of James Mercer Barnett who owned Barnett Lumber Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Benjamin F. Roden who was a businessman in Birmingham, Alabama. He was the founder of the Avondale Land Company; was with the Avondale Mills for years; one of the founders of the Birmingham Gas and Electric Light Company and the Birmingham Chain Works; was president of the Central Coal Company and of the Birmingham Insurance Company; and a director of the Birmingham National and the Alabama National Bank. The B. F. Roden Grocery Company, founded by him as a retail store, developed into a great wholesale concern, of which he was president at the time of his death. He also constructed the first street car system in Birmingham and operated it for a number of years.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of William Bibb Leedy who was engaged in business in Birmingham. He handled bonds, stocks, mortgages, real estate, rents and insurance.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of James Bowron who was president of the Gulf States Company and vice president of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company in Birmingham, Alabama.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams and Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Lee Carrington Bradley who was a lawyer and officer for several companies in Birmingham, Alabama. He also served as a supervising attorney for the United States Alien Property Custodian department.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of Thomas E. Brooks who was superintendent at Birmingham for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of William S. Brown who owned the W.S. Brown Mercantile Company in Birmingham, Alabama.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of Henry Martyn Caldwell, M.D. who was president of the Elyton Land Company, a surgeon of the Thirty-third Alabama Infantry during the U.S. Civil War, helped organize the First Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama and was the father of the idea which led to the construction of Highland Avenue. Also under his leadership, Lake View Park was created.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Captain W. H. Graves who was an attorney, businessman and author in Birmingham, Alabama. He wrote the book titled: Junius Finally Discovered.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Charles N. Carraway who was a surgeon and founder of Norwood Hospital.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Cecil Gravlee Duffee who organized and served as president for the Duffee Lumber Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Robert E. Chadwick who was vice president of the Bank of Ensley.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Charles Denegre who began the Southern Garage Company, the Denegre Car and Truck Company and the Denegre Baked Enamel Remover Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Charles G. Kershaw who was involved in railway construction and contracting work. In 1909 he organized the G. G. Kershaw Contracting Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Dr. William Gewin, a physician and surgeon, organized the Birmingham Infirmary in 1906. It was the first institution to introduce radium in the South.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Col. George M. Morrow, Jr. was president of the Birmingham Machine & Foundry Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Robert Emmett Colllins who was the founder of Collins & Company, a wholesale grocery business.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Crawford Toy Johnson who in 1902 established the Birmingham Coca Cola Bottling Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Frank Hearne Crockard who was involved with the steel and coal industry in Birmingham, Ala. He was president of Woodward Iron Company and held administrative positions in other steel companies.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of George M. Cruikshank who owned several newspapers in Birmingham and was also an editor and journalist.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of Edward Northcraft Cullom who was a businessman and served as president of the Alabama Abstract Company, The North Birmingham Land Company and the Alabama Trust & Savings Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Edgar Poe Hogan, M. D. was a physician and surgeon in Birmingham and practiced medicine at Hillman Hospital.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of James D. Moore who was head of one of the largest wholesale hardware businesses in Alabama. Before going into business, he established Roanoke Institute in Randolph County, Alabama and was the instructor there. His first business adventure was in Randolph County. He had a country general store with W. A. Handley. His Moore, Moore & Handly firm in Birmingham was composed of James D. and Benjamin F. Moore and W. A. Handley. In 1888 the company was incorporated as the Moore & Handley Hardware Company. He also helped rebuild the Metropolitan Hotel.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of Dyer Findley, Talley, M.D. who established and operated Talley's Private Infirmary.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of David Elbert McLendon who was a tax assessor for Jefferson County, Alabama, director of the Birmingham Dental Manufacturing Company and a director for several banks in Birmingham.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of Henry Fairchild DeBardeleben who owned several coal mining companies in Birmingham.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving of William Drennen who owned a merchandise company in Birmingham, Alabama. His son, Herbert A. Drennen was president of the Drennen Motor Car Company of Birmingham.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of Eugene E. May who was a phycian and part owner of Dewberry Drug Company.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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Engraving Of Edgar L. Martin who established the Martin Cracker Company in 1900. In 1907 he sold the business to American Bakery Company. He organized the Martin Biscuit Company and was president and general manager. He was also the president and principal owner of the Famous Candy Company in Albany, Georgia.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
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Engraving of General Edmund Winchester Rucker who was a Confederate officer during the United States Civil War.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing; E. G. Williams & Brothers (creator)
1920
Engraving
Engraving of Edward Magruder Tutwiler businessman, owner of the Tutwiler Coal, Coke & Iron Company, and builder of the Tutwiler Hotel and the Ridgely Apartments.
Southern History and Literature Department (source)
Lewis Publishing Co. (publisher)
Lewis Publishing (creator)
1920
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