September 14 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2013: Alabama State Representative Patricia Todd married Jennifer Clarke.
- 2007: Jeremy Harper completed his goal of counting to one million on the Internet.
- 1994: Ground was broken for an expansion of UAB's Lister Hill Library.
- 1982: The Birmingham City Council passed an ordinance requiring "go-go dancers" to be licensed.
- 1973: Birmingham Green was dedicated.
- 1936: The University of Alabama's Birmingham Extension Center opened in a house at 2131 6th Avenue North with 116 students enrolled.
- 1968: Pro football player DeMond Winston was born in Birmingham.
- 1958: Missing cook Nancy Lewis was born.
- 1946: Birmingham Bulls defenseman Chris Evans was born in Toronto, Ontario.
- 1922: Actress and model Frances Bergen was born in Birmingham.
- 1913: Birmingham City Council President Nina Miglionico was born in Birmingham.
- 2017: Editor and civic activist Philip Morris died in Birmingham.
- 2014: Artist and papermaker Glenn House died in Tuscaloosa.