US US-almoca Montgomery Judge of Probate Microforms Collection
Microfiche and microfilm copies of Montgomery County Judge of Probate-created records compose this collection. Records in the collection include marriage licenses, real property records, personal property records, charters of incorporation, apartment and condominium ownership records, mortgage records, and judicial records created by the Montgomery County Judge of Probate. The judicial records contain a wide variety of record types, including probated estates, wills, guardianship records, and more. Records in the collection also include birth and death records, Uniform Commercial Codes, Orphans Court records, military discharge records, election results, lists of registered physicians, etc. While some gaps in the collection do exist, the records in the collection span from 1817 to the present.
The Dr. Thomas Duncan Collection consists of twelve photographs documenting Dr. Duncan’s farmhouse car club activities, family, and work on his farm in Fleta, Montgomery County, Alabama. These photographs span circa 1904-1912.
The Sandra Nickel Collection consists of a copy of Montgomery, Alabama's Sidney Lanier High School's 1967 literary magazine "The North Tower," as well as a copy of the 1966-1967 "Poet Points," the handbook for Montgomery, Alabama’s Sidney Lanier High School.
This collection consists of one 1964 and one 1968 Bells and Pomegranates, Huntingdon College yearbook. Located in Montgomery, Alabama, Huntingdon College was founded in 1854 in Tuskegee, Alabama and moved to Montgomery in 1909.
US US-almoca Montgomery County Records and Recording Department Master Files Back-Up Collection
As part of its duties, the Montgomery County Records and Recording Department makes three back-ups of the contemporary records it records. The Department also scans and inputs into its records management system older and non-current records housed in the county archives. On-site microfilm, off-site microfilm, and on-site CDs, make up the three sets of back-ups. The records in this collection include: copies of Real Property Records, Corporate Records, Direct and Reverse Real Estate Indexes, Plats, Deeds, Property Records, Wills, Property Maps (with indexes), Condo Records, Marriage License Books, and other assorted records.
Montgomery County Records and Recording Department
The Mary Ann Neeley collection is a collection of documents and photographs that focus on Montgomery and Montgomery County, Alabama. This collection largely contains photographs of streets in Montgomery before and during road paving projects in 1958. The collection also includes a wide and seemingly unrelated range of records related to local topics, including: documents pertaining to a murder case, real estate title opinions, and family history. The collection also includes maps and blueprints of the city and county of Montgomery. The collection also includes three 1920s year books (1921-1923) from Montgomery, Alabama’s Sidney Lanier High School.
The Teague House Collection consists of historical data, documents, and photographs assembled by Robert Gamble that focus on the Teague House in Montgomery, Alabama. Consisting of information about the home from 1823 until 1992, each folder in this collection represents a period in the history of the Teague House. This collection includes research regarding the Owens Period (1847-1853), Ware-Walker Period (1853-1884), Graham Period (1884-1889), Teague Period (1889-1955), and 1955-Present (1992). Throughout the collection Robert Gamble scattered assorted research notes, correspondence, and miscellaneous notes (on title, bibliography, etc.).