Frequently, I run across interesting unidentified photographic treasures. Here are a few I found at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. If you know any of the people in the pictures, you can click on the link at the bottom of the picture and inform the Archives of the identities. (continued below)
Unidentified labors ca. 1900 possibly from Birmingham, Alabama photographed by Bert G. Covell Q70387
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Man holding a line of fish, Photographer Lollar’s Birmingham, Oct. 18, 1939. Alabama Writers’ Project Q2249
Man standing in a rowboat and fishing July 30, 1937, photographer Lollar’s Birmingham, Alabama Writers Project – Q2248
Man drinking well water from a bucket 1939 Albert Clayton photographer Birmingham, Alabama Q8940
Man standing beside one of the first buses built by the Southern Coach Manufacturing Company in Evergreen, Alabama 1940-1949 Albert Clayton photographer Q36706
Mine Rescue Team in Alabama, Lollar’s Birmingham, 1920-1929 Q7663
Two unidentified Women, Birmingham, Alabama 1900-1910 – by Up to Date Photo – Birmingham Q70325
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Betty Barton Carver here is one of the groups I told you about.
Did not recognize anyone, but like old pictures.
This is important work. And appreciated.
Thanks so much for your comment. I hope the pictures help someone.
Alabama Pioneers I love these particular posts. I know what it would mean for me to find a loved one in some long lost photo. A great use of this crazy internet!