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subject : Masonic Temple (Birmingham, Ala.)
The Masonic Temple at 531 Nineteenth Street on the southeast corner of Sixth Avenue
Southern History and Literature Department, Rare Book Room (source)
Isidore Newman & Son (publisher)
Isidore Newman & Son (creator)
9 pts. (in portfolio) : ill. ; 34 cm. Photographic plates only, no text. Each part has separate t.p. Address are as found in Polk's Birmingham City Directory for 1923. The names of some of the streets have changed since then, and the numbering of some streets has changed, especially Cliff Road, 12th Ave. S. and 22nd St. S.
Art work of Birmingham, Ala. 1923 (source)
Gravure Illustration Co. (publisher)
Gravure Illustration Company (creator)
Black and white photograph of the Loew's Temple Theatre at the Masonic Temple advertising "Minstrelsys greatest stars 'A cooking revue' 4 other great Loew acts 4; on the screen 'The Dancers: a story' pace that kills" and "Josef Stoves at the big organ". Address: 517 19th Street North. Birmingham View negative number 28288.
Dobbs Birmingham View Collection 1509, Archives Department (source)
Birmingham View (publisher)
Birmingham View Company (creator)
Black and white photograph of the Masonic Temple located at 19th Street North and the southeast corner of 6th Avenue.
Birmingham De Luxe book (source)
Davis Advertising & Sales Company (publisher)
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