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*...that [[Shades Cahaba Elementary School|Shades Cahaba]] is the only Homewood elementary school not to have suffered a major fire?
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*...that [[Louise Wooster]]'s sister was also a noted Birmingham madam, under the name [[Maggie Bracken]]?
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*...that the [[Indian Springs School]] once boasted a "[[Truth House]]", a tilting classroom used to demonstrate physics concepts?
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*...that [[Samford Bulldogs]] men's basketball coach [[Scott Padgett]] scored 1,874 points during his 7-year NBA career?
 
*...that an effigy of future president William McKinley was set on fire downtown after the [[1892 general election]]?
 
*...that an effigy of future president William McKinley was set on fire downtown after the [[1892 general election]]?
 
*...that the "[[Birmingham Semi-Centennial]]" was little more than a giant bag of gas?
 
*...that the "[[Birmingham Semi-Centennial]]" was little more than a giant bag of gas?

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