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.
1901, 1930, architecture, Elizabeth Barrett Gould, Great Depression, Hillwood, Mobile, Rebecca Harrison, Spring Hill, Tissington House, Vickers House
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
architecture, Brookley Conference Center, Dallas Baillio, Elizabeth Barrett Gould, Erin Kellen, George Schroeter, grant, Great Depression, Historic Development Commission of Mobile, James Kennedy, Judy Walton, Mike Thomason, Mobile, Mobile Planning Commission, Mobile Public Library, National Endowment for Humanities, oral history, Patricia Harrison, Rosemary Canfield, Spring Hill College, University of South Alabama, World War II
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