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* The "[[Alabama waterdog]]" (''Necturus alabamensis'') was first described as a species by biologist Percy Viosca.
 
* The "[[Alabama waterdog]]" (''Necturus alabamensis'') was first described as a species by biologist Percy Viosca.
 
* The [[Southern Negro Youth Congress]] was founded in Richmond, Virginia.
 
* The [[Southern Negro Youth Congress]] was founded in Richmond, Virginia.
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* The [[Spies Clinic|Spies Nutrition Clinic]] opened at [[Hillman Hospital]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:51, 27 February 2021

A Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company guard stands watch over the mining village of Wenonah in 1937. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein for the Farm Security Administration
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1937 was the 66th year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

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Harper's Magazine cover with the feature, "Birmingham, Alabama: The City of Perpetual Promise"

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  • Erskine Ramsay was awarded the William Lawrence Saunders Gold Medal of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.

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1930s
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