Tag: MONTGOMERY COUNTY

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PATRON + Haunted mansion in Montgomery, Alabama – later a playground

Haunting of Crommelin Estate by O. O. Lowrey 10/21/ 1936 During the 1930s, Great Depression era, many writers were employed to interview people around…

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UPDATED WITH PODCAST – The old Pickett House of Albert J. Pickett is home to the Montgomery County Historical Society

THE OLD PICKETT HOUSE BY MAUD MARTIN BUTLER (This article was printed in The Alabama Historical Quarterly 1930) The old "Pickett House" standing on…

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Simpson Manuscript – The Legislature donated the Old Capitol building to the State University in Tuscaloosa.

  Excerpt from ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL AN HISTORICAL SKETCH, Brochure by JAMES B. SIMPSON, Late Recording Secretary to the Governor JANUARY 1898 Roemer Printing…

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Simpson Manuscript – Deed from the city of Montgomery and plans for new Capitol building to be built in Montgomery

  Excerpt from ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL AN HISTORICAL SKETCH, Brochure by JAMES B. SIMPSON, Late Recording Secretary to the Governor JANUARY 1898 Roemer Printing…

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PATRON + Clippings 1945 – Names Patterson, Thomason, Marvin, Johns, Arnold & Lacey

From The Montgomery Advertiser September 9, 1945 From The Montgomery Advertiser September 9, 1945 From The Montgomery Advertiser September 9, 1945 From The Montgomery Advertiser September 9, 1945 EIGHT GENERATIONS OF ARNOLDS EIGHT GENERATIONS OF ARNOLDS

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Simpson Manuscript – There was once a question of rebuilding the capitol building in Montgomery after the disastrous fire.

  Excerpt from ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL AN HISTORICAL SKETCH, Brochure by JAMES B. SIMPSON, Late Recording Secretary to the Governor JANUARY 1898 Roemer Printing…

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Simpson Manuscript – Moving details about the State of Alabama’s government moving to Montgomery

  Excerpt from ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL AN HISTORICAL SKETCH, Brochure by JAMES B. SIMPSON, Late Recording Secretary to the Governor JANUARY 1898 Roemer Printing…

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Simpson Manuscript – Secession Convention – representatives & how they voted and Mr. Whatley’s test

  Excerpt from ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL AN HISTORICAL SKETCH, Brochure by JAMES B. SIMPSON, Late Recording Secretary to the Governor JANUARY 1898 Roemer Printing…