These photographs from the past found at the Alabama Department of Archives and History were made by John E. Scott, a photographer who took them in the Montgomery, Alabama area. You can click on the link to each if you’d like to order a copy from the Alabama Department of Archives and History.
I wonder how many of these people are still living.
Children’s party, possibly hosted by Mrs. H. V. Kelley in Montgomery, Alabama July 31, 1948 Q74661 (by photographer John E. Scott, Alabama Department of Archives and History) I wonder how many of these children are still living.
Boy Scouts with March of Dimes fundraising material at Grimes Motor Company, on the southwest corner of Bell and Goldthwaite Streets in Montgomery, Alabama. January 1948, Q74866 Bell Street was later named Maxwell Bouldvard (by photographer John E. Scott, Alabama Department of Archives and History)
Members of the Hope Hull Play Boys from Montgomery County, Alabama September 7, 1948, Montgomery, Alabama Q74450 (by photographer John E. Scott, Alabama Department of Archives and History)
Employees of The Home Termite Company standing in front of trucks parked on Washington Avenue in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama February 1946 Q74448 (Alabama Department of Archives and History)
Hudson Motor Car Company sales meeting in Montgomery, Alabama Dec. 17, 1946 Q74464 (John E. Scott photographer Alabama Department of Archives and History)
Delta Phi sorority members, possibly from Huntingdon College, at the Montgomery Country Club in Montgomery, Alabama Q73531 ca. 1945 (by John E. Scott, Alabama Department of Archives and History)
Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) – Orphaned at an early age, the Cottngham siblings face pirate attacks, illness, injuries, and the disappearance of a loved as they try to establish their lives in the wilds of early America. Will they prevail or be torn apart over the issue of slavery?
Inspired by true events and the Cottingham family of Alabama. … the early immigrants resided in 17th century Somerset, Maryland and Delaware. Colonial America comes alive with pirate attacks, religious discord, and governmental disagreements in the pre-Revolutionary War days of America.
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