PATRON: The first speech given in the South by a sitting president which called for racial equality was given in Birmingham, Alabama in 1921. [vintage photographs]

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  1. Alan Moody Dakota Duarte

  2. https://s.yimg.com/lo/api/res/1.2/8uOUQc1skTRCCWaJ4oNa0Q–~B/YXBwaWQ9eWlzZWFyY2g7Zmk9Zml0O2dlPTAwNjYwMDtncz0wMEEzMDA7aD00MDA7dz02NDc-/https://live.staticflickr.com/5678/21610188039_6685b32255_b.jpg.cf.jpg

    This is the Masonic Temple Building which President Harding was present for the laying of its cornerstone, not the one that is pictured in the article.

  3. Too bad we didn’t live up to the hope. Not quite the model city anymore.