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** 720-730: former location of [[Stringfellow Lumber Co.]] (1941-1964)
 
** 720-730: former location of [[Stringfellow Lumber Co.]] (1941-1964)
 
*** 724: former location of [[D & B Mortgage Service]] (2007), [[Techmaster Auto Electric]] (2007–2009)
 
*** 724: former location of [[D & B Mortgage Service]] (2007), [[Techmaster Auto Electric]] (2007–2009)
••• 730: [[Furniture Warehouse]] / [[Premium Home Improvements]] / [[Shepard & Shepard]] desk rental (2007)
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*** 730: [[Furniture Warehouse]] / [[Premium Home Improvements]] / [[Shepard & Shepard]] desk rental (2007)
 
** 727: former location of [[Appliance Parts Distributors]] (1964)
 
** 727: former location of [[Appliance Parts Distributors]] (1964)
 
** 729: former location of [[J. B. Braswell Co.]] auto parts (1964)
 
** 729: former location of [[J. B. Braswell Co.]] auto parts (1964)
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* south side ([[Block 90]]):
 
* south side ([[Block 90]]):
 
** 1501: [[Birmingham Fire Station No. 6]] (built 1905), former location [[West End Hose Company No. 3]] (1891), broom factory (1902), [[Birmingham Amateur Radio Club]], [[Birmingham Police Motor Pen]] garage, [[Civil Defense Rescue Squad]] storage (1964), [[Firehouse Shelter]] (1983–2020)
 
** 1501: [[Birmingham Fire Station No. 6]] (built 1905), former location [[West End Hose Company No. 3]] (1891), broom factory (1902), [[Birmingham Amateur Radio Club]], [[Birmingham Police Motor Pen]] garage, [[Civil Defense Rescue Squad]] storage (1964), [[Firehouse Shelter]] (1983–2020)
** 1505: former location of dwelling (1891)
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** 1505: former location of dwelling (1891), [[B. H. Hudson residence]] (1905)
 
*** 1505½: former location of dwelling (1891)
 
*** 1505½: former location of dwelling (1891)
 
** 1509: [[Rex's Auto Service]] (2007–), former location of dwelling (1891)
 
** 1509: [[Rex's Auto Service]] (2007–), former location of dwelling (1891)
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** 1616–1618: 2-story commercial building (built c. 1916, renovated 1980s)
 
** 1616–1618: 2-story commercial building (built c. 1916, renovated 1980s)
 
*** 1616: former location of dwelling (1891), [[Spivy-Johnson Portrait Co.]] (1920), [[Fields & Lewis Furniture Co.]] (1923), [[Decco Distributing Co.]] branch (1941), [[Birmingham Leather Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 1616: former location of dwelling (1891), [[Spivy-Johnson Portrait Co.]] (1920), [[Fields & Lewis Furniture Co.]] (1923), [[Decco Distributing Co.]] branch (1941), [[Birmingham Leather Co.]] (1964)
*** 1618: [[Etheridge Brother & Sister Barber Shop]] (2011–), former location of [[Jake H. Wilensky Leather Co.]] (1941) [[Community Blood & Plasma Services]] (1964), [[Etheridge Brothers Barber Shop]]
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*** 1618: [[Etheridge Brother & Sister Barber Shop]] (2011–), former location of [[Loveman's|Loveman, Joseph & Loeb]] stables (1905), [[Jake H. Wilensky Leather Co.]] (1941) [[Community Blood & Plasma Services]] (1964), [[Etheridge Brothers Barber Shop]]
 
** 1620–1622: 2-story commercial building, former location of [[Edison Electric Illuminating Co.]] (1891), [[Loveman, Joseph & Loeb]] warehouse (1902), [[Adamson Ford|Adamson Motor Car Company]], [[Thomas Garage Co.]] (1929), [[DuBose Publishing Co.]] (1941), [[Art-Print Publishing Co.]] (1948), [[Hendrix-Brooks Furniture Co.]] 1964), [[Sera-Tech Biologicals]] plasma (2007), [[Grifols Biomat USA]] plasma center (2008)
 
** 1620–1622: 2-story commercial building, former location of [[Edison Electric Illuminating Co.]] (1891), [[Loveman, Joseph & Loeb]] warehouse (1902), [[Adamson Ford|Adamson Motor Car Company]], [[Thomas Garage Co.]] (1929), [[DuBose Publishing Co.]] (1941), [[Art-Print Publishing Co.]] (1948), [[Hendrix-Brooks Furniture Co.]] 1964), [[Sera-Tech Biologicals]] plasma (2007), [[Grifols Biomat USA]] plasma center (2008)
 
*** 1622: former location of [[Bagley's Birmingham Gas Appliance]] (1929)
 
*** 1622: former location of [[Bagley's Birmingham Gas Appliance]] (1929)
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** 1722-1730: [[Booker T. Washington Building]] (built 1928), former location of [[Parisian]] (1928-1932), [[Calder Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Gulf Mills Discount Store]] (1964), [[Citizens Federal Savings & Loan]] (1968-), [[Booker T. Washington Insurance Co.]], [[Citizens Trust Bank]] (2003-)
 
** 1722-1730: [[Booker T. Washington Building]] (built 1928), former location of [[Parisian]] (1928-1932), [[Calder Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Gulf Mills Discount Store]] (1964), [[Citizens Federal Savings & Loan]] (1968-), [[Booker T. Washington Insurance Co.]], [[Citizens Trust Bank]] (2003-)
 
*** 1724: former location of [[Strickland Clothing Co.]] (1920-1921)
 
*** 1724: former location of [[Strickland Clothing Co.]] (1920-1921)
*** 1726: former location of haberdasher (1920)
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*** 1726: former location of [[Hamilton Furniture Co.]] (1905), haberdasher (1920)
*** 1730: former location of [[Argeros & Co.]] fruit & tobacco (1920-1921)
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*** 1730: former location of [[Lyon & Griffiths]] mens' furnishings (1905), [[Argeros & Co.]] fruit & tobacco (1920-1921)
  
 
* south side ([[Block 88]]):
 
* south side ([[Block 88]]):
 
** 1701–1707: parking lot
 
** 1701–1707: parking lot
*** 1701: former location of dwelling (1891) [[J. M. Brown]] plumber (1923), [[State Lunch Room]], [[State Grill]] restaurant ([[Tom Bonduras]] 1929-1964)
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*** 1701–1703: former location of [[American Nuewspaper Union]] (1905)
**** 1701½: former location of ''[[The Call]]'' publishing company (1920)
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**** 1701: former location of dwelling (1891) [[J. M. Brown]] plumber (1923), [[State Lunch Room]], [[State Grill]] restaurant ([[Tom Bonduras]] 1929-1964)
*** 1703: former location of [[Birmingham Food Products Co.]] (1925),  [[Dixie Clothing Co.]] (1929), [[Hotpoint Electric Supplies]] (1931), [[Bentley's]] electrical equipment (1941), [[Globe Loan Co.]] (1964)
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***** 1701½: former location of ''[[The Call]]'' publishing company (1920)
**** 1703½: former location of [[Eileen Levinge Dance Studios]] (1964)
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**** 1703: former location of [[Birmingham Food Products Co.]] (1925),  [[Dixie Clothing Co.]] (1929), [[Hotpoint Electric Supplies]] (1931), [[Bentley's]] electrical equipment (1941), [[Globe Loan Co.]] (1964)
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***** 1703½: former location of [[Eileen Levinge Dance Studios]] (1964)
 
*** 1705: former location of [[Birmingham Publishing Co.]] (1920), [[National Clothing Co.]] (1929), [[Lincoln Finance Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 1705: former location of [[Birmingham Publishing Co.]] (1920), [[National Clothing Co.]] (1929), [[Lincoln Finance Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 1707: former location of [[Wheeler-Smith Furniture]], [[Hamilton Furniture Co.]], [[Jefferson Furniture Manufacturing Co.]] (1930s), [[Smith Bros. Furniture Exchange]] (1941), [[Jefferson Music Co.]] record store (1946), [[Sewing Machine Exchange]] (1964)
 
*** 1707: former location of [[Wheeler-Smith Furniture]], [[Hamilton Furniture Co.]], [[Jefferson Furniture Manufacturing Co.]] (1930s), [[Smith Bros. Furniture Exchange]] (1941), [[Jefferson Music Co.]] record store (1946), [[Sewing Machine Exchange]] (1964)
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** 1719: [[A J Collins Enterprises]], former location of [[Regal Beauty Supply Co.]] (1931-1941), [[Van Clothing & Supply Co.]] (1964)
 
** 1719: [[A J Collins Enterprises]], former location of [[Regal Beauty Supply Co.]] (1931-1941), [[Van Clothing & Supply Co.]] (1964)
 
** 1721-1723: [[One721 Building]], [[Alabama Futures Fund]], former location of [[Sokol Brothers Furniture]] (1929), [[Seals Piano Company]] (1931-1949), [[Green & Stein Furniture Co.]] (1951), [[Black Ross Furniture Co.]] (1964)
 
** 1721-1723: [[One721 Building]], [[Alabama Futures Fund]], former location of [[Sokol Brothers Furniture]] (1929), [[Seals Piano Company]] (1931-1949), [[Green & Stein Furniture Co.]] (1951), [[Black Ross Furniture Co.]] (1964)
*** 1721: former location of dwelling (1891), [[Sonny Boy Products]] (2007–2011)
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*** 1721: former location of dwelling (1891), [[Giffay's Barber Shop and Bath House]] (1918), [[Sonny Boy Products]] (2007–2011)
 
*** 1723: former location of [[Blue Ribbon Shoe Shop]] (1923), [[Val's Print & Copy Corner]] (2007)
 
*** 1723: former location of [[Blue Ribbon Shoe Shop]] (1923), [[Val's Print & Copy Corner]] (2007)
 
** 1725: [[Jazzi's on 3rd]] (2016-), former location of plumbing company (1891), [[New York Hatters]] (1929-1941), [[Africanese]] boutique (2007–2015)
 
** 1725: [[Jazzi's on 3rd]] (2016-), former location of plumbing company (1891), [[New York Hatters]] (1929-1941), [[Africanese]] boutique (2007–2015)
** 1727: [[Moore Styles]] barber shop (2014-), former location of dwelling (1891), [[Magic City Loan Co.]] (1929-1941)
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** 1727: [[Moore Styles]] barber shop (2014-), former location of dwelling (1891), [[R. L. Dix]] / [[Sims & Holland]] (1905), [[Magic City Loan Co.]] (1929-1941)
*** 1727½: former location of the ''[[Birmingham Eagle]]'' newspaper (1920)
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*** 1727½: former location of [[YMCA]] (1905), ''[[Birmingham Eagle]]'' newspaper (1920)
** 1729–1731: 2-story commercial building
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** 1729–1731: [[Peoples' Drug building]] (built c. 1900s)
*** 1729½: former location of the ''[[Birmingham Free Speech]]'' newspaper (1904), [[W. L. Lauderdale]] (1905), [[William P. Wilson]] dentist / [[Mabry-Conway Co.]] dental laboratory / [[Percy Reid]] dentist / [[Elite Beauty Shop]] / ''[[Labor Advocate]]'' (1941)
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*** 1729½: building entrance
 
*** 1731: [[Terry's Place]], former location of dwelling (1891), [[People's Drug Co.]] (1904), [[Jimmie's Soda and Cigar]] (1929-1931), [[The Kottage]] (2008), [[Legends Sports Bar & Lounge]] / [[Legends Cigar Bar]] (2011-2018)
 
*** 1731: [[Terry's Place]], former location of dwelling (1891), [[People's Drug Co.]] (1904), [[Jimmie's Soda and Cigar]] (1929-1931), [[The Kottage]] (2008), [[Legends Sports Bar & Lounge]] / [[Legends Cigar Bar]] (2011-2018)
  
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* north side ([[Block 72]]):
 
* north side ([[Block 72]]):
 
** 1800-1806: [[Lyric Building]] (built 1914)
 
** 1800-1806: [[Lyric Building]] (built 1914)
*** 1800: [[Lyric Theatre]] lobby and building entrance, former location of flour & feed store (1891), [[D. H. Bellmore]] (1907)
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*** 1800: [[Lyric Theatre]] lobby and building entrance, former location of flour & feed store (1891), [[Donald Bellmore|Donald H. Bellmore]] saloon (1905–1907)
*** 1802: former entrance to [[Lyric Barber Shop]] & [[Lyric Billiard Parlor]] (1920-1929), former location of [[Roth, Satterfield & Miller]] (1907)
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*** 1802: former entrance to [[Lyric Barber Shop]] & [[Lyric Billiard Parlor]] (1920-1929), former location of [[Roth & Harrington]] tailors (1905), [[Roth, Satterfield & Miller]] (1907)
*** 1804: former location of [[Battle & Yeates]] real estate (-1883), [[J. A. Yates]] real estate (1883-1888), jeweler (1891), [[Lyric Confectionery]] home-made candies (1925-1931), [[The Karmelkorn Shop]] (1941), [[First City Mortgage]] (2007), [[Birmingham Art Association]]
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*** 1804: former location of [[Battle & Yeates]] real estate (-1883), [[J. A. Yates]] real estate (1883-1888), jeweler (1891), [[J. M. Johnson]] (1905), [[Lyric Confectionery]] home-made candies (1925-1931), [[The Karmelkorn Shop]] (1941), [[First City Mortgage]] (2007), [[Birmingham Art Association]]
 
*** 1806: former location of [[Bolin & Rakestraw]] / [[Guarantee Hat Works]] (1907), [[National Loan & Jewelry]] (1928–2007), [[House of Hats]] (1964), [[Place Design Studio]]
 
*** 1806: former location of [[Bolin & Rakestraw]] / [[Guarantee Hat Works]] (1907), [[National Loan & Jewelry]] (1928–2007), [[House of Hats]] (1964), [[Place Design Studio]]
 
**** 1806½: former location of [[Lollar's Cameras]] (1928–1941), [[Lyric Hot Dogs]] (1957-2013)
 
**** 1806½: former location of [[Lollar's Cameras]] (1928–1941), [[Lyric Hot Dogs]] (1957-2013)
 
** 1808-1810: [[Duke Brothers building]] (built 1922), former location of boarding house (1899), [[Jesse French Piano & Organ Company]] (1902), [[Birmingham Conservatory of Music]] (1903), [[Majestic Theater building]] (built 1906, demolished 1921), [[Majestic Theater]] (1906–1921), [[Duke Bros Furniture Co.]]  (1922–1928), [[Joiner Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Jefferson Home Furniture]] (1964), [[Haverty's Furniture]] (1977), [[Superior Furniture]] (2008-2015)
 
** 1808-1810: [[Duke Brothers building]] (built 1922), former location of boarding house (1899), [[Jesse French Piano & Organ Company]] (1902), [[Birmingham Conservatory of Music]] (1903), [[Majestic Theater building]] (built 1906, demolished 1921), [[Majestic Theater]] (1906–1921), [[Duke Bros Furniture Co.]]  (1922–1928), [[Joiner Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Jefferson Home Furniture]] (1964), [[Haverty's Furniture]] (1977), [[Superior Furniture]] (2008-2015)
 
*** 1808A: former location of [[Little Gem Cafe]] (1929-1941)
 
*** 1808A: former location of [[Little Gem Cafe]] (1929-1941)
*** 1810: former location of [[Loveman's|Loveman, Joseph & Loeb]] store room (1907),  [[Arnstein's French Dry Cleaning Co.]] (1925–1928), [[Burke Brothers Furniture]] (1929), [[Joiner Furniture]] (1931), [[Hardin Gold Bond]] clothier (1941), [[Mary Ball Candies]] (1949)
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*** 1810: former location of [[Loveman's|Loveman, Joseph & Loeb]] store room (1905–1907),  [[Arnstein's French Dry Cleaning Co.]] (1925–1928), [[Burke Brothers Furniture]] (1929), [[Joiner Furniture]] (1931), [[Hardin Gold Bond]] clothier (1941), [[Mary Ball Candies]] (1949)
** 1812: [[Roberts & Sons Building]] (built 1897), [[Roberts & Sons]] printing and binding (1897–1929), [[Levin's Gents Furnishings]], lunch counter (1931), [[R. C. Brown]] credit clothier (1941), [[Epp's Jewelry]] (1964-1977)
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** 1812: [[Roberts & Sons Building]] (built 1897), former location of [[Roberts & Sons]] printing and binding (1897–1929), [[Levin's Gents Furnishings]], lunch counter (1931), [[R. C. Brown]] credit clothier (1941), [[Epp's Jewelry]] (1964-1977)
 
** 1814–1824: [[Graves Building]] (built in 1904, 1912)
 
** 1814–1824: [[Graves Building]] (built in 1904, 1912)
 
*** 1814-1820: [[Graves Building]] (west half, built 1912)
 
*** 1814-1820: [[Graves Building]] (west half, built 1912)
 
**** 1814: former location of [[John M. Wright & Co.]] plumbing and heating (1891-1907), [[Clark & Jones Piano Co.]] / [[Clark & Jones Hall]] (1914-May 1917), [[Seals Piano Company]] (1923-1929), shooting gallery (1931), [[R. C. Brown]] clothing store, [[Dailey's]] clothier (1941), [[King Kredit]] clothing store (1964), [[Krown Kredit]] clothing store
 
**** 1814: former location of [[John M. Wright & Co.]] plumbing and heating (1891-1907), [[Clark & Jones Piano Co.]] / [[Clark & Jones Hall]] (1914-May 1917), [[Seals Piano Company]] (1923-1929), shooting gallery (1931), [[R. C. Brown]] clothing store, [[Dailey's]] clothier (1941), [[King Kredit]] clothing store (1964), [[Krown Kredit]] clothing store
**** 1816: former location of [[Joseph Gluck]] clothes cleaner (1907), [[Clarke-Burton Piano Company]] (1929), [[Dailey's Clothes]] (1931), [[Duke Bros. Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Vaughan-Weil Department Store]] (1964), [[Mr King Furniture]] (1977)
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**** 1816: former location of [[Joseph Gluck]] clothes cleaner (1905–1907), [[Clarke-Burton Piano Company]] (1929), [[Dailey's Clothes]] (1931), [[Duke Bros. Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Vaughan-Weil Department Store]] (1964), [[Mr King Furniture]] (1977)
 
**** 1818-1820: former location of [[Kilgore Furniture Co.]] (1941)
 
**** 1818-1820: former location of [[Kilgore Furniture Co.]] (1941)
***** 1818: former location of harness store (1891), [[Cable Piano Company]], [[Columbia Graphophone Co.]] (1914), [[Williams Music House]] (1929), [[Duke Brothers Furniture]] (1931), [[Lawrence Furniture]] (1945), [[Lichter Furniture]] (1978–2007), [[The Playhouse]]
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***** 1818: former location of harness store (1891), [[Moore Bros.]] elevators / [[Chattanooga Brewing Co.]] (1905), [[Cable Piano Company]], [[Columbia Graphophone Co.]] (1914), [[Williams Music House]] (1929), [[Duke Brothers Furniture]] (1931), [[Lawrence Furniture]] (1945), [[Lichter Furniture]] (1978–2007), [[The Playhouse]]
 
***** 1820: [[Wheelhouse Salon]] (2020), former location of furniture store (1891), [[C. A. Brake]] / [[Charles Schwend]] / [[Osce Roberts]] (1907), [[Starr Piano Company]] (1929), [[Kilgore Furniture]] (1931), [[Charles Schwend]] gun dealer, [[John Stamps]] attorney (2007), [[Forma Arts & Wellness]] (2018-)
 
***** 1820: [[Wheelhouse Salon]] (2020), former location of furniture store (1891), [[C. A. Brake]] / [[Charles Schwend]] / [[Osce Roberts]] (1907), [[Starr Piano Company]] (1929), [[Kilgore Furniture]] (1931), [[Charles Schwend]] gun dealer, [[John Stamps]] attorney (2007), [[Forma Arts & Wellness]] (2018-)
 
*** 1822-1824: [[Graves Building]] (east half, built 1904)
 
*** 1822-1824: [[Graves Building]] (east half, built 1904)
 
**** 1822: former location of [[A. J. Park]] / [[F. N. Houppert]] (1907), [[J. G. Warshaw]] restaurant (1910)
 
**** 1822: former location of [[A. J. Park]] / [[F. N. Houppert]] (1907), [[J. G. Warshaw]] restaurant (1910)
**** 1824: former location of [[Ozanne & Cody]] steam bakery & candy works (1891), [[Excelsior Cafe]] (1907–1915), [[Marsh Bakers]], [[The Vogue]] ladies wear (1929), [[The Olshine Co.]] ladies' clothes (1941), [[Oxman's Gifts]] (1964)
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**** 1824: former location of [[Ozanne & Cody]] steam bakery & candy works (1891), [[Charles Cody|Charles W. Cody]] bakery (1905), [[Excelsior Cafe]] (1907–1915), [[Marsh Bakers]], [[The Vogue]] ladies wear (1929), [[The Olshine Co.]] ladies' clothes (1941), [[Oxman's Gifts]] (1964)
 
** 1826–1830: , former location of [[Wright Building]] / [[Woolworth Building]] (built 1883), [[Birmingham Post Office]], [[Central High School]], steam laundry, [[Gunn's Pharmacy]] (1915), [[Dan Cohen Shoe Co.]] (1929-1941), [[Darling Shop]] (1942-1949)
 
** 1826–1830: , former location of [[Wright Building]] / [[Woolworth Building]] (built 1883), [[Birmingham Post Office]], [[Central High School]], steam laundry, [[Gunn's Pharmacy]] (1915), [[Dan Cohen Shoe Co.]] (1929-1941), [[Darling Shop]] (1942-1949)
** 1826: [[Whitmire Lofts]], [[Revelator Coffee Co.]] (2014-), former location of bank (1891), [[Birmingham Railway Light & Power Co.]] waiting room / [[Sempedes Bros.]] (1907), [[Thom McAn]] shoes / [[Schiff's Family Shore Store]] (1964), [[JayMark Jewelry]], [[Snow's Wigs]], [[Amchex]] (2007)
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** 1826: [[Whitmire Lofts]], [[Revelator Coffee Co.]] (2014-), former location of bank (1891), [[Nicholas Stathakes]] fruit (1905), [[Birmingham Railway Light & Power Co.]] waiting room (1905–1907), [[Sempedes Bros.]] (1907), [[Thom McAn]] shoes / [[Schiff's Family Shore Store]] (1964), [[JayMark Jewelry]], [[Snow's Wigs]], [[Amchex]] (2007)
 
** 1828-1830: parking lot
 
** 1828-1830: parking lot
  
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*** 1801: former location of vacant lot (1891), [[Dewberry Drug Co.]] (1929-1941), [[Alabama Cigar & Soda Company]] (c. 1959), House of $8.50 Eyeglasses (1964), [[City Action Partnership]] (2000s)
 
*** 1801: former location of vacant lot (1891), [[Dewberry Drug Co.]] (1929-1941), [[Alabama Cigar & Soda Company]] (c. 1959), House of $8.50 Eyeglasses (1964), [[City Action Partnership]] (2000s)
 
*** 1803: former location of [[Mansfield Hat Shop]] (1941), [[Mark's Hat Shop]] (1964), [[Don's Hair Care]] (2007)
 
*** 1803: former location of [[Mansfield Hat Shop]] (1941), [[Mark's Hat Shop]] (1964), [[Don's Hair Care]] (2007)
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**** 1803½: former location of [[E. B. Williams]] / [[Solomon Brintle|S. J. Brintle Investment Co.]] / [[J. E. Hart]] / [[M. W. Parsons]] / [[W. M. Bailey]] (1905)
 
*** 1805-1809: former location of [[Roberta's]] women's clothier (1957-1964)
 
*** 1805-1809: former location of [[Roberta's]] women's clothier (1957-1964)
 
**** 1805-1807: former location of dwelling (1891)
 
**** 1805-1807: former location of dwelling (1891)
***** 1805: former location of [[Children's Shop]] clothing (1941-1957)
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***** 1805: former location of [[|Hammille Co.|Hammille Process & Manufacturing Co.]] commercial printers (1905), [[Children's Shop]] clothing (1941-1957)
***** 1807: former location of ''[[The Arbitrator]]'' newspaper (1904), [[Carousel Beauty Salon]] (1965-)
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****** 1805½: former location of [[B. F. Cowart & Son]] (1905)
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***** 1807: former location of ''[[The Arbitrator]]'' newspaper (1904), [[Frank Bishop]] produce (1905), [[Carousel Beauty Salon]] (1965-)
 
**** 1807-1809: former location of [[Irvin Silverman]] chiropodist / [[Bertinol Products]] medicine manufacturers / [[Madame Evelyn's]] thrift shop & millinery salon (1941)
 
**** 1807-1809: former location of [[Irvin Silverman]] chiropodist / [[Bertinol Products]] medicine manufacturers / [[Madame Evelyn's]] thrift shop & millinery salon (1941)
 
*** 1809-1815: former location of [[Fies & Son]] livery stable (1891)
 
*** 1809-1815: former location of [[Fies & Son]] livery stable (1891)
**** 1811: [[Hill Arts Center]], former location of [[Goldstein Furs]] (1941)
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**** 1809–1811: [[Cumberland Jones|Cumberland F. Jones]] shoemaker (1905)
***** 1811½: former offices of ''[[Wide-Awake]]'' (1900)
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***** 1809: former location of [[Dee & Brown]] barbers (1905)
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***** 1811: [[Hill Arts Center]], former location of [[S. H. Scott & Co.]] (1905), [[Goldstein Furs]] (1941)
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****** 1811½: former offices of ''[[Wide-Awake]]'' (1900), [[William Martin]] boarding house / [[Benjamin Brightwell|Benjamin B. Brightwell]] tailor / Mrs [[A. C. Diffay]] barber (1905)
 
*** 1813-1817: [[Alabama Theatre]] building (built 1927)
 
*** 1813-1817: [[Alabama Theatre]] building (built 1927)
**** 1813: office space, former location of printer (1891), [[Hatchers American Cafe]] (1923)
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**** 1813: office space, former location of printer (1891), [[Benjamin Brightwell|Benjamin B. Brightwell]] tailor (1905), [[Hatchers American Cafe]] (1923)
**** 1815: former location of plumbing company (1891), [[The Bonnet Box]] milliners (1941-1964)
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**** 1815: former location of plumbing company (1891), [[R. Knauff & Co.]] plumbers (1905), [[The Bonnet Box]] milliners (1941-1964)
 
** 1817-1819: former location of the [[Magic City Steam Bottling Works]] (1885-1892)
 
** 1817-1819: former location of the [[Magic City Steam Bottling Works]] (1885-1892)
 
*** 1817: Alabama Theatre lobby, former location of carriageway (1891)
 
*** 1817: Alabama Theatre lobby, former location of carriageway (1891)
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** 1900-1914: [[Atrium Center]], originally [[Burger-Phillips Centre]] (created in 1980s by connecting existing & new buildings)
 
** 1900-1914: [[Atrium Center]], originally [[Burger-Phillips Centre]] (created in 1980s by connecting existing & new buildings)
 
*** 1900-1906: [[S. H. Kress & Company Building]] (built 1937), offices of [[Wiggins, Childs, Quinn & Pantazis]] (2004-), former location of [[Blach's|J. Blach & Sons]] (1907–1926), [[S. H. Kress & Co.]] (1937-1978)
 
*** 1900-1906: [[S. H. Kress & Company Building]] (built 1937), offices of [[Wiggins, Childs, Quinn & Pantazis]] (2004-), former location of [[Blach's|J. Blach & Sons]] (1907–1926), [[S. H. Kress & Co.]] (1937-1978)
**** 1904: former location of [[H. L. & E. E. Hunt Cycle Co.]] bicycle manufacturers (1899)
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**** 1902: former location of [[Joseph Levin]] hat cleaner (1905)
*** 1908: former location of [[H. L. Hunt]] plumbers and electricians (1905), [[McClure 10¢ Co.]] (1907), [[Parisian|Parisian Dry-Block Co.]] (1914), [[Sherer & Kessler]] / [[Frank Denson]] milliner / [[Wilson Clark Shoe Co.]] (1926), [[Ladies Shine Shop]] (1929), [[Cobb's Ladies Clothing]] (1937), [[Kay Jewelers]] (1964)
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**** 1904: former location of [[H. L. & E. E. Hunt Cycle Co.]] bicycle manufacturers (1899), [[Charles Schwend]] locksmith (1905), [[Shariits & Son]] barbers ([[George Sharits|George A.]] and [[Charles Sharits]] 1905)
*** 1910: [[Atrium Building]], former location of [[F. B. Johnson]] (1907), [[King Joy Inn]] (1920-1926), [[Wathen Furniture]] (1929), [[Burger-Phillips]] mens' department (1937), [[Rhodes-Carroll Furniture]], [[Sojourns]], [[Shift]] (December 2015-April 2016)
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**** 1906: former location of [[Birmingham Gun & Key Co.]] (1905)
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*** 1908: former location of [[Charles Brake]] jeweler / [[Anton Speaker]] watchmaker / [[John Berger|John B. Berger]] barber <!--[[H. L. Hunt]] plumbers and electricians -->(1905), [[McClure 10¢ Co.]] (1907), [[Parisian|Parisian Dry-Block Co.]] (1914), [[Sherer & Kessler]] / [[Frank Denson]] milliner / [[Wilson Clark Shoe Co.]] (1926), [[Ladies Shine Shop]] (1929), [[Cobb's Ladies Clothing]] (1937), [[Kay Jewelers]] (1964)
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*** 1910: [[Atrium Building]], former location of [[Frank B. Johnson]] saloon (1905–1907), [[King Joy Inn]] (1920-1926), [[Wathen Furniture]] (1929), [[Burger-Phillips]] mens' department (1937), [[Rhodes-Carroll Furniture]], [[Sojourns]], [[Shift]] (December 2015-April 2016)
 
**** 1910½: former location of [[Jackson Loan Co.]] (1907)
 
**** 1910½: former location of [[Jackson Loan Co.]] (1907)
 
*** 1912-1916: [[Crittenden Building]] (built 1924), later the [[Burger-Phillips building]], home of [[Burger-Phillips]] department store (1933-1964)
 
*** 1912-1916: [[Crittenden Building]] (built 1924), later the [[Burger-Phillips building]], home of [[Burger-Phillips]] department store (1933-1964)
 
**** 1912-1914: former location of [[J. Blach & Sons]] department store (1905-1935)
 
**** 1912-1914: former location of [[J. Blach & Sons]] department store (1905-1935)
***** 1912: former location of [[McGeever Furniture Co.]] (1907), [[Oster Radio Shop]] (1929)
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***** 1912: former location of [[McGeever Furniture Co.]] (1905–1907), [[Oster Radio Shop]] (1929)
 
****** 1912½: former location of [[Holt & Houlditch Sign Co.]] (1923), successors to [[Hill Sign Co.]]
 
****** 1912½: former location of [[Holt & Houlditch Sign Co.]] (1923), successors to [[Hill Sign Co.]]
***** 1914: [[Botanica]] (2019-), former location of [[R. T. Harrison]] livery stable (1887), [[Spiro & Long]] roofers (1897), [[Oster Brothers Furniture]] (1929)
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***** 1914: [[Botanica]] (2019-), former location of [[R. T. Harrison]] livery stable (1887), [[Spiro & Long]] roofers (1897), [[Strickland-Giesler Furniture Co.]] (1905), [[Oster Brothers Furniture]] (1929)
**** 1916: former location of [[Austin, Hull & Co.]] rubber stamps (1888), [[Huysenstruyt & Marquignies]] painters (1890), [[Hanley, Lannan & Co.]] (1907), [[Williams Music House]] (1914), [[Modern Dress Shoppe]] (1929)
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**** 1916: former location of [[Austin, Hull & Co.]] rubber stamps (1888), [[Huysenstruyt & Marquignies]] painters (1890), [[Echols Supply Co.]] / [[Harrison Mining Machine Co.]] (1905), [[Hanley, Lannan & Co.]] (1907), [[Williams Music House]] (1914), [[Modern Dress Shoppe]] (1929)
 
** [[1918 3rd Avenue North|1918]]: [[1918 3rd Avenue North|3-story building]] (built 1888), [[Haskins Law Office]], former location of a grocery, [[Gaudin Company]] undertakers (1904), [[B. C. Bynum Millinery Co.]] (1907), [[Hanover Shoe Company]] (1926-1937), [[Dan Cohen]] shoes, [[Jobe-Rose]] (1959-1960s)
 
** [[1918 3rd Avenue North|1918]]: [[1918 3rd Avenue North|3-story building]] (built 1888), [[Haskins Law Office]], former location of a grocery, [[Gaudin Company]] undertakers (1904), [[B. C. Bynum Millinery Co.]] (1907), [[Hanover Shoe Company]] (1926-1937), [[Dan Cohen]] shoes, [[Jobe-Rose]] (1959-1960s)
 
*** 1918½: former location of [[E. Peddinghaus]] photographer (1920), [[Holt Sign Co.]] (1926)
 
*** 1918½: former location of [[E. Peddinghaus]] photographer (1920), [[Holt Sign Co.]] (1926)
** 1920: [[The Vault Bar & Lounge]], former location of [[Lee Martin's Bagnio]] (1888), [[Simon Spiro]] (1907), [[G. R. Kinney Co.]] (1925-1926), [[Kinney's Family Store]] (1929), [[Williams Music House]] (1934), [[Chandler's]] shoes (1937), [[S. Spiro]] furnishings and appliances,  [[Steiner Bank]] (1963-), [[Speakeasy 1920]]
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** 1920: [[The Vault Bar & Lounge]], former location of [[Lee Martin's Bagnio]] (1888), [[Simon Spiro]] furnishings and appliances (1905–1907), [[G. R. Kinney Co.]] (1925-1926), [[Kinney's Family Store]] (1929), [[Williams Music House]] (1934), [[Chandler's]] shoes (1937),[[Steiner Bank]] (1963-), [[Speakeasy 1920]]
** 1922–1926: [[Kessler Building]] (built 1890 as the Allen Building)
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** 1922: former location of [[S. H. Matthews]] carriages, buggies & wagons (1887), [[Hood, Yeilding & Co.]] (1905–1907), [[W. D. Colby|W. D. Colby Decorating Co.]]  (1913), [[Forbes Piano Company|E. E. Forbes & Sons Piano Co.]] (1926-1934) / [[Business & Professional Women's Club]] (1926-1928) / [[Newark Shoe Co.]] (1926)
*** 1922: former location of [[S. H. Matthews]] carriages, buggies & wagons (1887), [[Hood, Yeilding & Co.]] (1907), [[Forbes Piano Company|E. E. Forbes & Sons Piano Co.]] (1926-1934) / [[Business & Professional Women's Club]] (1926-1928) / [[Newark Shoe Co.]] (1926)
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** 1924–1926: [[Kessler Building]] (built 1890 as the [[Kessler Building|Allen Building]])
 
*** 1924: former location of [[I. R. Rubenstein]] / [[L. J. Robbins]] (1907), [[All-American Shoe Store]] (1926), [[Newark Shoe Co.]] (1929), millinery shop, [[Kessler's]] ready-to-wear (1915–1960s)
 
*** 1924: former location of [[I. R. Rubenstein]] / [[L. J. Robbins]] (1907), [[All-American Shoe Store]] (1926), [[Newark Shoe Co.]] (1929), millinery shop, [[Kessler's]] ready-to-wear (1915–1960s)
 
*** 1926: former location of [[Walkover Shoe Co.]] (1907), [[Holston's]] bootery / shoe store (1925-1926), [[Florence Hosiery Shoppe]] (1929)
 
*** 1926: former location of [[Walkover Shoe Co.]] (1907), [[Holston's]] bootery / shoe store (1925-1926), [[Florence Hosiery Shoppe]] (1929)
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**** 1901B: former location of [[The Song Shoppe]] (1926-1927)
 
**** 1901B: former location of [[The Song Shoppe]] (1926-1927)
 
*** 1903: former location of [[Boston Hatters]] (1926), [[Dixie Shirt Shop]] (1929)
 
*** 1903: former location of [[Boston Hatters]] (1926), [[Dixie Shirt Shop]] (1929)
*** 1905: former location of [[Slayton & Mauldin saloon]] (1899), [[Guarantee Shoe Co.]] (1907–1929)
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*** 1905–1907: former location of [[T. V. Boardman & Co.]] carpets, draperies & awnings (1905)
*** 1907: former location of [[Burn Jewelry Co.]] (1907), [[Marie Louise]] sodas, confectionery & lunches (1925), [[Martha Washington Candy Store]] / [[Marie Louise Flower Shop]] (1926) [[Mance Millinery Co.]] (1929), [[Berry's Smart Shoes]] (1935)
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**** 1905: former location of [[Slayton & Mauldin saloon]] (1899), [[Guarantee Shoe Co.]] (1907–1929)
** 1909: former location of [[E. E. Forbes Piano Co.]] (1907), [[Loeb Specialty Shop]] "House of a Thousand Hats", (1925-1926)
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**** 1907: former location of [[Burn Jewelry Co.]] (1907), [[Herzog Thompson Co.]] jewelers (1911), [[Marie Louise]] sodas, confectionery & lunches (1925), [[Martha Washington Candy Store]] / [[Marie Louise Flower Shop]] (1926) [[Mance Millinery Co.]] (1929), [[Berry's Smart Shoes]] (1935)
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** 1909: former location of [[E. E. Forbes Piano Co.]] (1905–1907), [[Loeb Specialty Shop]] "House of a Thousand Hats", (1925-1926)
 
** 1911-1913: [[New Williams Lofts]] former location of [[Ben M. Jacobs & Bros.]] (1907), [[Ben Jacobs Furniture Co.]], [[House of Jacobs]], [[New Williams]] (1918-1988)
 
** 1911-1913: [[New Williams Lofts]] former location of [[Ben M. Jacobs & Bros.]] (1907), [[Ben Jacobs Furniture Co.]], [[House of Jacobs]], [[New Williams]] (1918-1988)
*** 1911: former location of [[William Robinson]] billiard room (1887), [[Debbie's Alabama Beauty College]]
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*** 1911: former location of [[William Robinson]] billiard room (1887), [[J. M. Haran & Co.]] steam heating, plumbing & electrical (1905), [[Debbie's Alabama Beauty College]]
*** 1913: former location of [[Oliver Diffay]] fruit dealer (1887), [[G. W. Jones]] barber (1888), [[Clark & Jones Piano Co.]] (June 1917-1929), [[Nisley Shoes]] (1937)
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*** 1913: former location of [[Oliver Diffay]] fruit dealer (1887), [[G. W. Jones]] barber (1888), [[William Miles|William E. Miles]] restaurant (1905), [[Clark & Jones Piano Co.]] (June 1917-1929), [[Nisley Shoes]] (1937)
 
** 1915-1917: former location of [[S. H. Kress & Co.]] (1899-1910s), [[Cotton, Odum & Bowers]], [[Odum, Bowers & White]] (1910s-1978)
 
** 1915-1917: former location of [[S. H. Kress & Co.]] (1899-1910s), [[Cotton, Odum & Bowers]], [[Odum, Bowers & White]] (1910s-1978)
*** 1915: former location of [[G. S. Evans]] barber shop (1887), [[Evans & Jones]] barber shop (1888), [[P. M. Edwards]] / [[James Wiley]] restaurants (1904)
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*** 1915: former location of [[G. S. Evans]] barber shop (1887), [[Evans & Jones]] barber shop (1888), [[James Wiley]] restaurant (1904), [[P. M. Edwards]] restaurant (1904–1905), [[Charles Jones]] tailer (1905)
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** 1917: former location of [[William Morgan]] barber (1905)
 
** 1919-1921: 3-story commercial building (west side facade remodeled after 1925)
 
** 1919-1921: 3-story commercial building (west side facade remodeled after 1925)
*** 1919: former location of [[Jacob Traub]] (1907), [[Gilbert Trunk Factory]], [[Birmingham Arms & Cycle Co.]] (1914), [[S. A. Williams Co.]] clothing (1925-1926), [[Becker's Shoe Store]] (1929), [[Bond Clothing Company]] (1937-1964)
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*** 1919: former location of [[Kate Cole]] boarding house (1905) [[Jacob Traub]] (1907), [[Gilbert Trunk Factory]], [[Birmingham Arms & Cycle Co.]] (1914), [[S. A. Williams Co.]] clothing (1925-1926), [[Becker's Shoe Store]] (1929), [[Bond Clothing Company]] (1937-1964)
*** 1921: former location of [[Maggie Bracken]]'s brothel (1880s), [[Wallace Strickland]] restaurant (1904), [[Cox Shoe Co.]] / [[L. GInzler]] (1907), [[Newsome's Ice Cream Parlor]] (1910s), [[Alabama Luggage Factory]] (1925-1926), [[Rialto Tea Room]] (1929), [[Newsome's]] candy store, [[The Vanity]] boutique, [[Mauricé Distinctive Fashions]] (1937-1940), [[Stein's]] men's clothes (1964)
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*** 1921: former location of [[Maggie Bracken]]'s brothel (1880s), [[Wallace Strickland]] restaurant (1904), [[Hattie Johns]] restaurant / [[Manning & Marston]] shoemakers (1905), [[Cox Shoe Co.]] / [[L. Ginzler]] (1907), [[Newsome's Ice Cream Parlor]] (1910s), [[Alabama Luggage Factory]] (1925-1926), [[Rialto Tea Room]] (1929), [[Newsome's]] candy store, [[The Vanity]] boutique, [[Mauricé Distinctive Fashions]] (1937-1940), [[Stein's]] men's clothes (1964)
 
**** 1221½: former location of  [[Marinello Beauty Shoppe]] (1925-1926)
 
**** 1221½: former location of  [[Marinello Beauty Shoppe]] (1925-1926)
** 1923: [[Bonita Theater]] building (built 1906), [[Moore Solutions]] (2006-), former location of the [[Bonita Theater]] (1906-), [[A. S. Smith]] / [[James Sharp]] (1907),  [[H-P Hat Store]] (1914-1915), [[Rialto Theatre]] (1915-1930s), [[Guarantee Shoe Company]] (1937-1964), [[Famous Shoe Bar]] (1980s) [[Gift World]] (1990s)
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** 1923: [[Bonita Theater]] building (built 1906), [[Moore Solutions]] (2006-), former location of [[Henry Schimmel]] horseshoer (1905), [[Bonita Theater]] (1906-), [[A. S. Smith]] / [[James Sharp]] (1907),  [[H-P Hat Store]] (1914-1915), [[Rialto Theatre]] (1915-1930s), [[Guarantee Shoe Company]] (1937-1964), [[Famous Shoe Bar]] (1980s) [[Gift World]] (1990s)
 
** 1925-1933: [[Farley Building]] (built 1909), former home of the [[Altrurian Society]]
 
** 1925-1933: [[Farley Building]] (built 1909), former home of the [[Altrurian Society]]
*** 1925: former location of [[Thom McAn]] shoes (1926), [[Thompson Shoes]] (1929), [[Julie Ann Hat Shop]] (1964)
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*** 1925: former location of [[Robert L. Jackson]] tailor (1905), [[Thom McAn]] shoes (1926), [[Thompson Shoes]] (1929), [[Julie Ann Hat Shop]] (1964)
*** 1927: former location of [[Papadakis & Sapuntsakis]] (1907), [[Cinderella Shoe Shop]] (1925-1929), [[The Adorable Shop]] (1939-1964)
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**** 1925½: former location of [[Sidney Prince]] bootblack (1905)
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*** 1927: former location of [[Papadakis & Sapuntsakis]] (1907), [[Stone's Farley Place]] candy & lunch counter (1911), [[Cinderella Shoe Shop]] (1925-1929), [[The Adorable Shop]] (1939-1964)
 
*** 1929: former hat shop
 
*** 1929: former hat shop
 
*** 1931: former location of a dress shop, [[Craig's Shoes]] (1964) [[Brannon's]] public house (2009-2011)
 
*** 1931: former location of a dress shop, [[Craig's Shoes]] (1964) [[Brannon's]] public house (2009-2011)

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3rd Avenue North, looking east from 18th Street in October 1972
3rd Avenue North, looking northeast from 21st Street, c. 1911

Third Avenue North is an east-west street running through downtown Birmingham. The westernmost section by that name ends at Center Street, although the road continues further west as 3rd Avenue West. The easternmost section ends at 88th Street, just west of Roebuck Municipal Golf Course.

Third Avenue is continuous from Center Street to Carraway Boulevard (formerly 26th Street North). At that point, it is interrupted by the 2nd Avenue North off-ramp of the Elton B. Stephens Expressway and railroad tracks. The road is one way eastbound from 9th to 26th Street North. There is a short segment of 3rd on the west side of 28th Street North. The next segment curves from 29th Street northward to line up with 31st Street North across Messer Airport Highway.

The avenue does not appear again eastward until Forest Hills Cemetery next to the I-20/I-59 interchange. At this point, Richard Arrington, Jr. Boulevard North (formerly 10th Avenue North), becomes 3rd Avenue. Third then continues northeast with some gaps, notably at Trotwood Park, I-59, and East Lake Park, to 88th Street.

The two-way portion of 3rd Avenue from Center Street to 9th Avenue is five lanes wide. The one-way portion is four lanes from 9th to 14th Street North and three lanes from 14th to between 24th and 25th Street. At this point, the left lane becomes an on-ramp for the Elton B. Stephens Expressway. Throughout the 1970s and most of the 1980s, this on-ramp was the northernmost point to get on the expressway as it did not connect to I-20/I-59 at that time. Third Avenue continues as two lanes under the expressway to Carraway Boulevard. The rest of the road segments east of here are two lanes as well.

History

The initial commercial expansion on 3rd Avenue took place on the south side of the street during the 1880s between 20th and 21st Streets. Third Avenue was also where the first two county courthouses in Birmingham were built (at 21st Street). The courthouse attracted other development to the intersection where it was located, such as the Title Guaranty Building.

Three stores on the north side of the 1800 block (Block 72), modernized in 1961, were damaged in a major fire on the evening of December 17, 1970.

The first section of 3rd Avenue North to be converted from two-way to one-way (eastbound) traffic was from 14th Street North to Red Mountain Expressway. The one-way section was expanded westward to 9th Street North in 1973 by the Alabama Department of Transportation's TOPICS (Traffic Operations Program to Increase Capacity and Safety) program.

Notable locations

For an alphabetical list of locations, see the 3rd Avenue North category.

Smithfield neighborhood

Fountain Heights

11th Street North

12th Street North

13th Street North

14th Street North

    • north side (Block 68):
      • 1400-1430: Edwards Chevrolet (1944-)
        • 1400-1402: former location of duplex residence (1891), former location of Trackside Gas Station (1941)
        • 1404-1406: former location of duplex residence (1891)
        • 1408-1410: former location of duplex residence (1891)
        • 1412: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1416: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1420: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1424: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1430: former location of dwelling (1891), Braswell Tire Co. (1941)
    • south side (Block 91):
      • 1401-1421: Edwards Chevrolet used car lot
        • 1401: former location of grocery (1891), Olin Maddis potter (1941)
        • 1403: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1407: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1409: former location of store attached to dwelling (1891)
        • 1411: former location of M. M. Nance bakery (1887), Robert Funk bakery (1888), dwelling (1891)
        • 1413: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1417: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1421: former location of dwelling (1891)
      • 1421-1427: former location of Baker's Frozen Sweets (1941), Baker's Ice Cream Co. (1964)
        • 1423: former location of dwelling (1891)
        • 1427: former location of dwelling (1891)
      • 1429-1431: former location of Canon Tire Co. (1964)
        • 1431: former location of dwelling (1891)

15th Street North

16th Street North

Pantages Theatre in 1945

17th Street North

Parisian in the 1920s
The Lyric Theatre in 1930

18th Street North

Central City

1926 photograph of 3rd Avenue North, looking east from the 1900 block
Postcard view of 3rd Avenue North, looking west from 20th Street

19th Street North

This block was described in 1900 as "occupied by one-story buildings used for negro restaurants, barber shops, etc."
The Empire Theater in 1981

20th Street North

21st Street North

22nd Street North

23rd Street North

24th Street North

25th Street North

References

  • White, Marjorie Longenecker, ed. (1980) Downtown Birmingham: Architectural and Historical Walking Tour Guide, second edition. Birmingham: Birmingham Historical Society.
  • R.L. Polk & Co. (1919) "R.L. Polk & Co.'s Birmingham City Directory"
  • Polk's Birmingham (Jefferson County, Ala.) City Directory (1964) Richmond, Virginia: R. L. Polk & Co.

External links

3rd Avenue North on Google Maps