Birmingham Historical Society

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The Birmingham Historical Society (established in 1942) is a non-profit group committed to the preservation of and education about Birmingham's history. The organization is headquartered at Sloss Quarters, part of the Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark. The group sponsors frequent publications on historical topics, including the Journal of the Birmingham Historical Society from 1977 to 1987. It also publishes educational material for classroom use, leads tours of historic districts, and presents annual Preservation Awards. The current executive director is Marjorie Longenecker White.

Preservation Awards

2009

The 2009 Preservation Awards were presented at the Medical Alumni Building on March 29, 2009:

2007

The 2007 Preservation Awards were presented at the Young & Vann Building, now the Center for Regional Planning and Design, on May 17, 2007:

2005

The 2005 Preservation Awards were presented at the Phoenix Building on May 12, 2005:

2004

The 2004 Preservation Awards were presented at the Jemison Flats offices of Giattina Fischer Aycock on May 13, 2004:

2003

The 2003 Preservation Awards were presented at the offices of Williams Blackstock Architects on May 8, 2003:

2002

The 2002 Preservation Awards were presented at the Jefferson County Courthouse on May 16, 2002:

1987

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