July 14 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2022: Mayor Randall Woodfin proclaimed "Abraham Accords Day in Birmingham" during a ceremony dedicating a "Peace Tree" at Marconi Park.
- 2008: FOX sold WBRC 6 to Local TV, LLC
- 1974: KISS played their first show in Birmingham at Municipal Auditorium.
- 1960: A crowd of white teenage rock and roll fans at Don's Teen Town in Bessemer chased off a gathering of 80 or so Klansmen planning to jump the deejay, Shelley Stewart.
- 1940: The Alta Apartments opened in downtown Tuscaloosa.
- 1917: The City of Birmingham purchased East Lake Park for $65,000.
- 1890: The Little Belle Iron Company and the Bessemer Iron & Steel Co. were consolidated into the DeBardeleben Coal & Iron Company.
- 1868: Alabama was officially re-admitted into the United States of America.
- 1868: Robert M. Patton ceded Governorship to William H. Smith.
- 1864: A detachment from Lovell Rousseau's cavalry under the command of Captain Ed Ruger destroyed the Janney Furnace in Ohatchee.
- 1989: Linebacker Rolando McClain was born.
- 1988: Basketball player Stanley Robinson was born in Birmingham.
- 1972: U.S. Air Force officer Ken Bourland was born in Birmingham.
- 1967: Major League infielder/manager Robin Ventura was born in Santa Maria, California.
- 1944: Sarris Café owner George N. Sarris was born in Tsitalia, Greece.
- 1927: Birmingham building inspector Myron Sasser was born in Alexander City, Tallapoosa County.
- 1908: Theater manager Harry Curl was born in Rome, Georgia.
- 1892: Methodist bishop Nolan Harmon was born in Meridian, Mississippi.
- 2011: Retired Admiral Noel Gayler died.
- 2006: Former Bishop of Alabama George M. Murray died.
- 2001: Gynecologic pathologist Hazel Gore died.
- 1987: The first Bishop of Birmingham Joseph Vath died.
- 1956: City engineer J. D. Webb died.