September 7 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2010: The band Wild Sweet Orange announced their break-up on Facebook.com.
- 2006: Convicted felon Dedrick Griham escaped from prison in Elmore County.
- 1929: The Thomas Jefferson Hotel opened with a week of glamorous banquets and dances.
- 1899: The Birmingham Belt Railroad was organized.
- 1893: The Southern Female University commenced its second fall term at Lakeview Park.
- 1980: Broadway actor Vasthy Mompoint was born in Hoover.
- 1957: State legislator Jack Williams was born in Bremen.
- 1954: Actor Michael Emerson was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
- 1945: Auburn center Forrest Blue was born in Marfa, Texas.
- 1945: Engineer Frazier Christy was born in Mobile, Mobile County.
- 1939: Alabama Gang race car driver Donnie Allison was born.
- 1930: Psychology professor and Village Creek Society founder Mable Anderson was born.
- 1921: Journalist, educator and historian Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton was born in Kansas, City, Missouri
- 1920: William Bowron, CEO of Red Diamond, was born.
- 1911: Kessler's president Simon Kessler was born.
- 1878: Norwood Clinic founder Charles Carraway was born in Greensboro.
- 1838: Civil War hero John Pelham was born in Calhoun County.
- 1833: Attorney and real estate developer William Graves was born.
- 2020: Former Costa Rican first lady Henrietta Boggs-MacGuire died in Montgomery.
- 2010: Actor Glenn Shadix died after a fall in his Southside condominium.
- 2010: Former Birmingham City Schools superintendent Cleveland Hammonds died in Illinois.
- 1950: Gadsden businessman and former Alabama athletics director B. L. Noojin died.
- 1928: The first child born in Birmingham, Richard McNally, died.
- 1922: Former Governor Emmet O'Neal died.