The Local History and Genealogy Library is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and providing access to the history of Mobile, and the greater Gulf Coast region.
1838, Andrews Street, Bates House, Bill Bates, Bill Bates V, Davis Avenue, diary, Ebenezer AME Church, Elizabeth Barrett Gould, Great Depression, John Adams, Mobile, slavery, St. Stephens Road, Stone Street, Toulminville, World War II
Avenue, book, Davis Avenue, mardi gras, Melody Masters, Mobile, Paulette Davis Horton, race relations, racial identity
Casmarah Mani, Charlie Braddick, Clinton Brown, community, Davis Avenue, desegregation, education, Hitler, Jim Crow, Keep the Community Hall, lawsuit, police officers, police relations, Prichard, prisons, race relations, racism, Ronnie Patrick, Roy Adams, Vernon Strong, Wilbur Williams
Albright & Wood, Arthur James Reed, Besteda Brothers, Carolina Cottonpickers, Davis Avenue, Ella Fitzgerald, Gomas Auditorium, Simon Hat Shop, zoot suit
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