Difference between revisions of "1924"

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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
* The [[Jefferson County Free Library]] bookmobile was launched by the [[Jefferson County Board of Revenue]] and the [[Birmingham Library Board]].
 
* The [[Jefferson County Free Library]] bookmobile was launched by the [[Jefferson County Board of Revenue]] and the [[Birmingham Library Board]].
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==Sports==
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* The "[[Erskine Ramsay Cup]]" was first presented to the [[Birmingham City Schools|Birmingham high school]] that exhibited the greatest commitment to sportsmanship.
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==Works==
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* "[[A Park System for Birmingham]]" report by the Olmsted Brothers to the [[Birmingham Park and Recreation Board]].
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===Buildings===
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* [[2121 1st Avenue North]], commercial building on [[1st Avenue North (downtown)]]
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* [[2127 1st Avenue North]], commercial building on [[1st Avenue North (downtown)]]
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* [[32nd Street Baptist Church]] in [[Lakeview]], demolished in 2021
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* [[Liv on Fifth|American Standard Plumbing warehouse]] on [[5th Avenue South]]
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* [[Frank Hartley Anderson residence]] on [[11th Court South]]
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* [[Angwin Service Funeral Company]] on [[Avenue F Ensley]]
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* [[William Bankhead residence]] in [[Jasper]]
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* [[Birmingham Fire Station No. 24]] in [[Central Park neighborhood|Central Park]]
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* [[Bluff Park Elementary School]]
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* [[Boutwell Auditorium|Municipal Auditorium]] in [[downtown Birmingham]]
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* [[Burger-Phillips building]] on [[3rd Avenue North]]
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* [[Claridge Manor Apartments]] in [[Highland Park]]
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* [[Colored Masonic Temple]] on [[4th Avenue North]]
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* [[Edgewood Drug Company]] on [[Oxmoor Road]] in [[Edgewood]]
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* [[Ensley Baptist Church]] education building on [[Avenue E Ensley]]
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* [[Fairview United Methodist Church]] on [[Warrior Road]]
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* [[Federal Reserve building]] on [[5th Avenue North]]
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* [[First Christian Church]] education building on [[7th Avenue North]]
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* [[Gate City Elementary School]] addition on [[Georgia Road]]
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* [[Grant Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church]] in [[East Lake]]
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* [[Gregg Building]] on [[20th Street North]]
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* [[Harmony Street Baptist Church]] in [[North Avondale]]
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* [[Highland Plaza Condominiums|Highland Plaza Apartments]] on [[Highland Avenue]]
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* [[Highlands United Methodist Church]] educational building at [[Five Points South]]
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* [[Mack Truck Garage]] on [[6th Avenue South]]
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* [[Sloss Ready-Mix Concrete Plant]] on [[1st Avenue North]]
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* [[D. O. Whilldin office]] on [[21st Street North]]
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* Concrete bridge on [[U. S. Highway 11]] over the [[Sucarnoochee River]] in [[Sumter County]]
  
 
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Revision as of 14:38, 8 August 2022

1924 was the 53rd year after the founding of the city of Birmingham.

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