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subject : Tutwiler Hotel (Birmingham, Ala.)
photograph
Black and white photograph of workers standing on a steel girder at the construction site of the Tutwiler Hotel on Twentieth Street at Fifth Avenue North. Beyond the W.O. Broyles Furniture Store can be seen Birmingham City Hall and the Hillman Hotel. It was likely this occasion on which O.V. Hunt also mounted the girder with his tripod camera to take a remarkable photograph looking down Twentieth Street from the air.
Oscar V. Hunt Collection 1075, Archives Department (source)
O.V. Hunt (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar V., 1881-1962 (creator)
1913-07-18
photograph
Black and white photograph of workers atop the Tutwiler Hotel still under construction. In the background is the Jefferson County Savings Bank building under construction as well.
Oscar V. Hunt Collection 1075, Archives Department (source)
O.V. Hunt (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar V., 1881-1962 (creator)
1913-07-18
photograph
President Warren G. Harding, seated in a Premocar in front of the Fifth Avenue entrance of the Tutwiler Hotel, during his visit to Birmingham on October 24, 1921 for Birmingham's semi-centennial.
Oscar V. Hunt Photograph Collection, Archives Department (source)
O.V. Hunt (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar. V. (creator)
1921-10-21
photograph
President Warren G. Harding standing on the balcony of the Tutwiler Hotel, third to the right of the flag mounted on the post (not including the man directly behind the flag), during his visit to Birmingham on October 24, 1921 for Birmingham's semi-centennial.
Oscar V. Hunt Photograph Collection, Archives Department (source)
O.V. Hunt (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar. V. (creator)
1921-10-21
photograph
black & white photograph
General Photographs Archives Department (source)
Birmingham, Ala. (publisher)
1917
photograph
Black and white photograph of a band dressed in clown costumes posed in front of the Tutwiler Hotel at 419 Twentieth Street North. The occasion likely was a parade for an unknown occasion.
Oscar V. Hunt Collection 1075, Archives Department (source)
O.V. Hunt (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar V., 1881-1962 (creator)
photograph
Black and white photograph of four African American bellhops in front of the Tutwiler Hotel.
Archives Department (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
1954
newspaper clipping
Includes black and white photograph of marker.
Newspaper Vertical File Collection (source)
Birmingham News (publisher)
Paravicini, Haywood (contributor)
1985-03-20
photograph
Black and white photograph of 14 men dining around one large table in a dining room at an unidentified hotel in Birmingham.
Archives Department Collection 1556 (Photographs, General) (source)
Birmingham, Alabama (publisher)
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
photograph
Black and white photograph of the exterior of the hotel with the sign on top of the building and the streets filled with automobiles.
Archives Department (source)
Birmingham, Ala. (publisher)
Preston, Charles (creator)
1955
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