Here are some interesting photographs from the Alabama Department of Archives and History from Bibb County, Alabama. Do you know any of the missing names?
Graduating class at a public school in Blocton, Alabama ca. 1900-1919 – “Girls made their dresses at a cost of 45 cents to 65 cents and average cost 55 cents each. (Top row, left to right: Annie Merle Farrar, Willard Thomas, Claud Howard, B. M. Huey, Jessie Winston, Eunice (?) Thomas, and Mary Wallace. Bottom row, left to right: Margaret Melvin, Mable Wallace, Lida Morse, Kate Morse, Lavella (?) McIntosh and Annie Morrison Q8851
Group of children and adolescents inside the old Baptist church in Randolph, Alabama ca. 1900 Q9451
Eight young African American women outside a school building in Bibb County, Alabama ca. 1910-1915 Q8723
Students standing in front of a one-room schoolhouse in Randolph, Alabama Q9457