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1602 South Hull Street Collection

  • US US-almoca 1602 South Hull Street Collection
  • Collection
  • 2016

This collection consist of building files and photographs of the house at 1602 South Hull Street.

Dallas Hanbury

Cottage Hill Foundation Papers

  • US US-almoca Cottage Hill Foundation Papers
  • Collection
  • ca. 1976-2010

This collection consists of administrative papers, community engagement files, Annual Candlelight Christmas Tour files, organizational newsletters, photographs, and maps from the Cottage Hill Foundation ca. 1976-2008.

Cottage Hill Foundation

Montgomery County Archives Subject Files Collection

  • US US-almoca Montgomery County Archives Subject Files Collection
  • Collection
  • ca. 2004-2012

The subject files cover a wide array of topics concerning Montgomery and Montgomery County, Alabama. The collection is mostly made up of articles, clippings, and other sorts of published materials describing a particular topic. These files were created to aid users in their research related to the city and county of Montgomery, Alabama.

Emilie Richards

The John Dowe Collection

  • US US-almoca The John Dowe Collection
  • Collection
  • ca. 1848-2007

The John Dowe Collection consists of family correspondence, financial and legal records, photographs and postcards sent and received by the Dowe family, scrapbooks, publications, and ephemera. Most of the collection’s document-based records date from circa 1900 to 2007. The scrapbooks range from the 1880s to roughly the mid-twentieth century. The photographs begin in circa1870 and appear to end in the early-to-mid 2000s. The Dowe Collection especially documents the history and activities of the Dowe family in Montgomery, Alabama, as well as their travels throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. It especially documents much of John Dowe’s life, from his birth in 1911, to his death in 2007.

John Dowe

The Mary Ann Neeley Collection

  • US US-almoca 2018.004
  • Collection
  • ca. 1899-1985

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.

Mary Ann Neeley

The Newtown Oral History Collection

  • US US-almoca 2019.003
  • Collection
  • February 23, 2019

The Newtown Oral History Collection is a collection of oral histories and photographs created at the Newtown Community Center on February 23, 2019. The oral histories center on daily life in Newtown throughout the 1950s and into the1970s. The oral histories in this collection represent how the creators of the collection, those that live or lived in Newtown, view their community and constitute a valuable primary source regarding first-person observations and opinions regarding the Civil Rights Movement. A number of the oral histories in the collection dwell on similar themes, including civil rights, the Civil Rights Movement and how it affected the city. Many of the interviewees also talked about a devastating flood in 1960 that destroyed almost all their possessions. . The photographs depict the interviewees, as well as the event itself.

Foster Dickson

The Shackleford Family Collection

  • US US-almoca The Shackleford Family Collection
  • Collection
  • ca. 1779 – 1923 ca. 1870s-2011

The Shackleford Family Collection consists of paper-based research files, paper-based photographs, and a CD containing photographs about and depicting Pintlala, Alabama’s Shackleford family. The research files consist of a Pintlala Historical Association newsletter from 2011 focusing on the Shackleford family. The photographs and a scrapbook belonged to Mary Fleta Shackleford, granddaughter of George Shackleford. Most of the photographs appear to date from the late nineteenth century.

Mary Fleta Shackleford Fennel

The Teague House Collection

  • US US-almoca 2019.002
  • Collection
  • ca. 1899-1985

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.).

Robert Gamble