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10/13 – Page 1. This oak canopied and cast iron enclosure circles an educational first for Mobile and Alabama!
10/14 – Page 2. These colorful chairs are the perfect place to enjoy the sights, sounds & scenes of Mobile’s oldest public space – but watch out for the cat-sized squirrels!
10/17 – Page 4. This cornerstone is inscribed with the names and individuals behind the construction of Mobile’s oldest independent African American house of worship.
10/18 – Page 6 – Until recently these windows occupied the space above the “Champagne Angel’s” tables. The building previously served as a successful African American pharmacist and was therefore a stage for the pursuit of prefessional/economic equal rights.
10/19 – Page 13 – Hatchets remain a needed tool for Mobile’s Firemen. This cast example decorates one of Mobile’s most historical important fire houses.
10/20 – Page 16 – These Windows belong to an apartment house named for Mobile’s most famous blooming shrub. That same name extends to a trail & a run.
10/21 – Page 17 – This perky bird chirps away in a burial ground located in the heart of Mobile’s oldest suburb.