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*** 1900-1908: former location of [[Trailways Bus Depot]] (1962-), [[Allright Parking Lot]]
 
*** 1900-1908: former location of [[Trailways Bus Depot]] (1962-), [[Allright Parking Lot]]
 
**** 1900–1902: former location of saloon (1891)
 
**** 1900–1902: former location of saloon (1891)
***** 1900:  former location of [[Morris Wertheimer]] saloon (1904), [[City Hall Lunch Room]] (1928-1929), [[A & P]] grocery strore (1931-), [[Silver Fox Bakery]] (1941)
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***** 1900:  former location of [[City Hall Lunch Room]] (1928-1929), [[A & P]] grocery strore (1931-), [[Silver Fox Bakery]] (1941)
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**** 1902–1904: former location of [[Miner's Retreat]] saloon (1900), [[Morris Wertheimer]] saloon (1904)
 
***** 1902: former location of [[Martin Clothing Co.]] (1929), [[Kantor's Delicatessen]] (1931)
 
***** 1902: former location of [[Martin Clothing Co.]] (1929), [[Kantor's Delicatessen]] (1931)
**** 1904: former location of jeweler (1891), [[George Canakos]] restaurant (1910), [[Dee Gun & Key]] (1929-1931),  [[Arnold Clothing Co.]] (1941), [[Bernardine Seay Accordion Center]] (1964)
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***** 1904: former location of jeweler (1891), [[G. W. Leggett]] barber / [[M. Greenman]] furniture (1900), [[George Canakos]] restaurant (1910), [[Dee Gun & Key]] (1929-1931),  [[Arnold Clothing Co.]] (1941), [[Bernardine Seay Accordion Center]] (1964)
 
**** 1906-1908: former location of [[John Broyles Furniture Co.]] (1931)
 
**** 1906-1908: former location of [[John Broyles Furniture Co.]] (1931)
***** 1906: former location of barber (1891), cafe (1931), [[Alabama Music Center]] (1964)
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***** 1906: former location of barber (1891), [[A. C. Diffay]] barber (1900), cafe (1931), [[Alabama Music Center]] (1964)
***** 1908: former location of plumber (1891), [[Burson Gun & Key]] (1941)
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****** 1906½: former location of [[Jennie Lewis]] madam (1900)
** 1910: former location of saloon (1891), [[Katie Moore]] restaurant (1904), auto parking (1931) [[City Gun & Key]] (1941-1982)
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***** 1908: former location of plumber (1891), [[William Garrett]] merchant (1900), [[Burson Gun & Key]] (1941)
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** 1910: former location of saloon (1891), [[J. H. Patton]] buggy house (1900), [[Katie Moore]] restaurant (1904), auto parking (1931) [[City Gun & Key]] (1941-1982)
 
** 1912-1914: former location of [[Baird, Morris & Co.]] (-1887), [[C. M. Bolden & Co.]] "[[Kentucky Stables]]" livery stable (1887-)
 
** 1912-1914: former location of [[Baird, Morris & Co.]] (-1887), [[C. M. Bolden & Co.]] "[[Kentucky Stables]]" livery stable (1887-)
*** 1912: former location of [[Haverty Furniture]] (1929), [[Lefty Cook's Cafe]] (1941), [[Mutual Finance & Thrift]] (1964), [[First Finance]] (1982)
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*** 1912: former location of [[C. Royal]] horseshoer (1900), [[Haverty Furniture]] (1929), [[Lefty Cook's Cafe]] (1941), [[Mutual Finance & Thrift]] (1964), [[First Finance]] (1982)
*** 1914: [[Forbes Building]] (built c. 1912), [[TechAlabama|Ed Farm]] (2020–), former site of [[M. B. Gafford]] livery stable (1891), [[J. C. Ashcraft]] restaurant (1910), former location of [[Forbes Furniture Co.]] & [[E. E. Forbes & Sons Piano Co.]] (1912-1996), [[John Broyles Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Miss Guila Williams Music Studio]] (1957), [[Alabama Barber College]], [[Burr & Forman]], [[Lightfoot, Franklin & White]]
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*** 1914–1916: former location of [[J. H. Patton]] livery (1900)
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**** 1914: [[Forbes Building]] (built c. 1912), [[TechAlabama|Ed Farm]] (2020–), former site of [[M. B. Gafford]] livery stable (1891), [[J. C. Ashcraft]] restaurant (1910), former location of [[Forbes Furniture Co.]] & [[E. E. Forbes & Sons Piano Co.]] (1912-1996), [[John Broyles Furniture Co.]] (1941), [[Miss Guila Williams Music Studio]] (1957), [[Alabama Barber College]], [[Burr & Forman]], [[Lightfoot, Franklin & White]]
 
** 1916–1920: parking lot
 
** 1916–1920: parking lot
 
*** 1916–1918: former location of [[Louise Wooster]]'s brothel (1884–1901)
 
*** 1916–1918: former location of [[Louise Wooster]]'s brothel (1884–1901)
 
**** 1916: former location of [[Queen Liquor Co.]] (1904), [[Alabama Supply Co.]], auto parking (1931), [[Joseph Damico]] auto parking (1941),  [[Samuel E. Maples Auto Parking]] (1964)
 
**** 1916: former location of [[Queen Liquor Co.]] (1904), [[Alabama Supply Co.]], auto parking (1931), [[Joseph Damico]] auto parking (1941),  [[Samuel E. Maples Auto Parking]] (1964)
**** 1918: former location of [[Ira Watts & Co.]] hardware (1929), [[Lassetter & Co.]] school & art supplies (1931-1970), warehouse (1964)
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**** 1918: former location of [[Lou Wooster]] madam (1900), [[Ira Watts & Co.]] hardware (1929), [[Lassetter & Co.]] school & art supplies (1931-1970), warehouse (1964)
 
***** 1918½: [[NYA]] exploratory workshop (1941)
 
***** 1918½: [[NYA]] exploratory workshop (1941)
*** 1920: former location of [[J. G. Hill]] steam & gas fitter (1887), saloon (1891), [[C. D. Kenny Co.]] coffees & teas (1910–1915), [[Horton & Biddle Cycle Company]] (1920s), [[Williams Music House]] (1931-1964), [[Alabama Music Center]] (1982), [[Wuxtry]] (1985-1990s)
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*** 1920: former location of [[J. G. Hill]] steam & gas fitter (1887), saloon (1891), [[J. L. Walker]] shoemaker / [[Dolphus Shields]] carpenter / [[C. M. Harris & Co.]] undertakers (1900), [[C. D. Kenny Co.]] coffees & teas (1910–1915), [[Horton & Biddle Cycle Company]] (1920s), [[Williams Music House]] (1931-1964), [[Alabama Music Center]] (1982), [[Wuxtry]] (1985-1990s)
 
**** 1920½: former location of [[Childress Printing Co.]] (1941-1964)
 
**** 1920½: former location of [[Childress Printing Co.]] (1941-1964)
 
** 1922-1930: [[Clark Building]] (built 1908)
 
** 1922-1930: [[Clark Building]] (built 1908)
*** 1922: former location of [[Mrs. E. Murphy]] dress maker (1887), [[Spivy & Johnson]] portraits and frames (1929-1941), [[Steer Trail Inn]] restaurant (1960) [[Austin Music Co.]] (1964)
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*** 1922: former location of Mrs [[E. Murphy]] dress maker (1887), [[B. C. Bunn]] barber (1900), [[Spivy & Johnson]] portraits and frames (1929-1941), [[Steer Trail Inn]] restaurant (1960) [[Austin Music Co.]] (1964)
*** 1924: former location of [[Ford & Coombs]] contractors / [[Floyd & Co.]] plumbers (1887), "eating house" (1891), [[National Shoe Fixery]] (1929), [[Tom's Cafe & Steak House]] (1946), [[The Angus]] (1956), [[Birmingham Club for Young Executives & Professionals]] (1964), [[Cane Break Supper Club]] (late 1960s), [[Grundy's Music Room]] (1979-1992)
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*** 1924: former location of [[Ford & Coombs]] contractors / [[Floyd & Co.]] plumbers (1887), "eating house" (1891), [[J. R. Stiff]] carpenter (1900), [[National Shoe Fixery]] (1929), [[Tom's Cafe & Steak House]] (1946), [[The Angus]] (1956), [[Birmingham Club for Young Executives & Professionals]] (1964), [[Cane Break Supper Club]] (late 1960s), [[Grundy's Music Room]] (1979-1992)
 
**** 1924A: former location of [[John Spencer]] shoe shine (1941)
 
**** 1924A: former location of [[John Spencer]] shoe shine (1941)
 
**** 1924B: former location of [[Francis Day]] optometrist (1931-1941)
 
**** 1924B: former location of [[Francis Day]] optometrist (1931-1941)
 
*** 1926-1930: [[Clark Building]] entrance at 404 [[20th Street North]])
 
*** 1926-1930: [[Clark Building]] entrance at 404 [[20th Street North]])
**** 1926: former location of [[George E. Cool]] plumber (1887), saloon (1891), [[Ben Barbour]] plumber (1896), [[Gregory & Blake]] insurance agents (1929), [[Gregory Insurance Agency]] (1941)
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**** 1926: former location of [[George E. Cool]] plumber (1887), saloon (1891), [[Ben Barbour]] plumber (1896), [[G. W. Ammons & Bro.]] grocery (1900), [[Gregory & Blake]] insurance agents (1929), [[Gregory Insurance Agency]] (1941)
**** 1928: former location of saloon (1891)
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**** 1928: former location of saloon (1891), [[Mattie Berry]] boarding house (1900)
 
**** 1930: former location of saloon (1891), [[C. S. Doud]] saloon (1904), [[Industrial Savings Bank]] (1929), men's clothes (1931), [[Schwobilt Clothing]] (1964), [[Central Bank]] (-1983)
 
**** 1930: former location of saloon (1891), [[C. S. Doud]] saloon (1904), [[Industrial Savings Bank]] (1929), men's clothes (1931), [[Schwobilt Clothing]] (1964), [[Central Bank]] (-1983)
  
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**** 1915½: [[City Traffic Division]] paint & sign (1941)
 
**** 1915½: [[City Traffic Division]] paint & sign (1941)
 
** 1917-1933: parking lot
 
** 1917-1933: parking lot
*** 1917: former location of [[A. R. Collier & Co.]] grocers (1891-1894), [[Oliver Chalifoux]]'s music store (1929), [[Meadows Shoe Store]] (1964)
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*** 1917: former location of [[A. R. Collier & Co.]] grocers (1891-1894), [[J. Coleman]] grocery (1900), [[Oliver Chalifoux]]'s music store (1929), [[Meadows Shoe Store]] (1964)
*** 1919: former location of [[Henry & Scab]] billiard room (1887), saloon & restaurant (1891), [[Tanner's Meat Market]] (-1918), [[Blue Ribbon Shoe Shop]] (1941), [[E-Z Finance Co.]] (1964)
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*** 1919: former location of [[Henry & Scab]] billiard room (1887), saloon & restaurant (1891), [[C. Olim]] grocery (1900), [[Tanner's Meat Market]] (-1918), [[Blue Ribbon Shoe Shop]] (1941), [[E-Z Finance Co.]] (1964)
**** 1919½: former location of [[Johnson & Lacey Printers]] (1887), [[Birmingham Amateur Baseball Federation]] (1941)
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**** 1919½: former location of [[Johnson & Lacey Printers]] (1887), [[Emma Mehaffy]] furnished rooms (1900), [[Birmingham Amateur Baseball Federation]] (1941)
 
*** 1921-1933:  former location of [[Southern Hotel|Linville]]/[[Southern Hotel]] (built 1899, demolished 1964)
 
*** 1921-1933:  former location of [[Southern Hotel|Linville]]/[[Southern Hotel]] (built 1899, demolished 1964)
 
**** 1921-1923: former row of produce stands (1891)
 
**** 1921-1923: former row of produce stands (1891)
***** 1921: former location of [[Lowe's Cafe]] (1929)
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***** 1921: former location of [[Alabama Fish Co.]] (1900), [[Lowe's Cafe]] (1929)
***** 1923: former location of [[Burson Gun & Key Shop]] (1929)
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***** 1923: former location of [[Broom Fish Co.]] (1900), [[Burson Gun & Key Shop]] (1929)
 
**** 1923-1927: former location of [[Tom's Cafe & Steak House]] (1939-1941)
 
**** 1923-1927: former location of [[Tom's Cafe & Steak House]] (1939-1941)
 
***** 1925-1927: former location of [[Tom's Lunch Room]] (1920-1929)  
 
***** 1925-1927: former location of [[Tom's Lunch Room]] (1920-1929)  
****** 1925: former location of produce stand (1891)
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****** 1925: former location of produce stand (1891), [[Kaufman & Levy]] grocery (1900)
****** 1927: former location of produce stand (1891)
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****** 1927: former location of produce stand (1891), [[J. J. Boggan Co.]] grocery (1900)
**** 1929: former location of fruit stand (1891), [[Schob Taylor Co.]] (1929), [[Herman Plevine]] & [[Viola Plevin]]<!--sic--> chiropodists (1941)
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**** 1929: former location of fruit stand (1891), [[M. Shapiro]] (1900), [[Schob Taylor Co.]] (1929), [[Herman Plevine]] & [[Viola Plevin]]<!--sic--> chiropodists (1941)
 
**** 1931-1933: former location of drug store (1891)
 
**** 1931-1933: former location of drug store (1891)
 
***** 1931: former location of [[Lee's Smart Shoes]] (1929). [[Arthur Meadows]] shoes (1941)
 
***** 1931: former location of [[Lee's Smart Shoes]] (1929). [[Arthur Meadows]] shoes (1941)
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*** 2010: former location of [[Allison-McAdory-Withington Co.]] insurance & [[Jacobs Barber Shop]] (1923), [[U. S. Bond & Mortgage Co.]] (1929), [[National Optical Co.]] (1931-1941), [[Alabama Auction Room]] antiques (1949)
 
*** 2010: former location of [[Allison-McAdory-Withington Co.]] insurance & [[Jacobs Barber Shop]] (1923), [[U. S. Bond & Mortgage Co.]] (1929), [[National Optical Co.]] (1931-1941), [[Alabama Auction Room]] antiques (1949)
 
**** 2010B: former location of [[Alabama Reweaving Co.]] (1941)
 
**** 2010B: former location of [[Alabama Reweaving Co.]] (1941)
*** 2012: former location of [[Rainbow Cafe]] (1920), [[Cypress Dry Cleaning]]/ [[Cypress Dye Works]] (1925-1929), [[Ideal Home Furniture]] (1931-1941), [[Chalifoux Music Co.]] (1941) [[Quick-Park]] (side, 1964)
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*** 2012: former location of [[Laura Lanham]] boarding house (1900), [[Rainbow Cafe]] (1920), [[Cypress Dry Cleaning]]/ [[Cypress Dye Works]] (1925-1929), [[Ideal Home Furniture]] (1931-1941), [[Chalifoux Music Co.]] (1941) [[Quick-Park]] (side, 1964)
 
*** 2014: former location of [[Birmingham Paint & Glass Co.]] (1941)
 
*** 2014: former location of [[Birmingham Paint & Glass Co.]] (1941)
 
**** 2014½: former office of [[R. R. Board]] chiropodist and [[New Deluxe Turkish Bath]] (1925)
 
**** 2014½: former office of [[R. R. Board]] chiropodist and [[New Deluxe Turkish Bath]] (1925)
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** 2011: [[Regions Investment Company building]], [[Mudd Bolvig Luke & Wells]], former location of dwelling (1891), [[Hood-Booth & Chandler Furniture]] (1929), [[Alabama Auction Room]] (1931-1941), [[Exchange Security Bank]] (side, 1964)
 
** 2011: [[Regions Investment Company building]], [[Mudd Bolvig Luke & Wells]], former location of dwelling (1891), [[Hood-Booth & Chandler Furniture]] (1929), [[Alabama Auction Room]] (1931-1941), [[Exchange Security Bank]] (side, 1964)
 
** 2013–2015: [[Hood-McPherson building]] (built 1914), former location of [[Hood-Wheeler Furniture Co.]] (1929), [[Hood-McPherson Furniture Co.]] (1931-1964)
 
** 2013–2015: [[Hood-McPherson building]] (built 1914), former location of [[Hood-Wheeler Furniture Co.]] (1929), [[Hood-McPherson Furniture Co.]] (1931-1964)
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*** 2013: former location of [[Warner-Smiley Co.]] livery (1900)
 
*** 2015: former location of [[The Pate Co.]] plumbing & heating (1924), [[Home Paint Co.]] (1925), [[Ogle Real Estate & Insurance Co.]] (1929), [[Pan-American Wallpaper & Paint Co.]] (1931-1941)
 
*** 2015: former location of [[The Pate Co.]] plumbing & heating (1924), [[Home Paint Co.]] (1925), [[Ogle Real Estate & Insurance Co.]] (1929), [[Pan-American Wallpaper & Paint Co.]] (1931-1941)
 
** 2017-2021: former location of [[Western Auto Supply]] (1931-1942)
 
** 2017-2021: former location of [[Western Auto Supply]] (1931-1942)
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* north side ([[Block 58]]):
 
* north side ([[Block 58]]):
 
** 2100-2112: [[First Presbyterian Church]] (established 1872, current building completed 1888)
 
** 2100-2112: [[First Presbyterian Church]] (established 1872, current building completed 1888)
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*** 2108: former location of [[Albert Curry residence]] (1900)
 
*** 2112 [[First Presbyterian Church]] Sunday School building
 
*** 2112 [[First Presbyterian Church]] Sunday School building
 
** 2114-2124: former location of [[C. T. Walters Parking Lot]] (1929)
 
** 2114-2124: former location of [[C. T. Walters Parking Lot]] (1929)
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==== [[22nd Street North]] intersects====
 
==== [[22nd Street North]] intersects====
 
* north side ([[Block 57]])
 
* north side ([[Block 57]])
** 2200: parking lot, former site of [[Birmingham News building (1917)]] (built 1917, demolished 2006)
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** 2200: parking lot, former location of [[Frances Perry]] boarding house (1900), [[Birmingham News building (1917)]] (built 1917, demolished 2006)
 
** 2212-2216: former location of Birmingham News building parking lot (1917-2006)
 
** 2212-2216: former location of Birmingham News building parking lot (1917-2006)
 
*** 2212: former location of [[Dr. B.G. Abernathy]] (1887)
 
*** 2212: former location of [[Dr. B.G. Abernathy]] (1887)
 
** 2218: former location of ''[[Birmingham News]]'' news stand (1941)
 
** 2218: former location of ''[[Birmingham News]]'' news stand (1941)
** 2230: [[First Light]] shelter (2000-), former location of [[Granada Hotel]] (1920-1967)
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** 2230: [[First Light]] shelter (2000-), former location of [[E. Arnold Wright residence]] (1900), [[Granada Hotel]] (1920-1967)
 
* south side ([[Block 76]])
 
* south side ([[Block 76]])
 
** 2201: [[Infinity Property & Casualty building]] (built 2006), former site of [[Reinhard Wilda residence]] & [[Holy Angels cademy]] (1882-1887), [[Uptown Service Station]] (1941), [[Uptown Parking Lot]] (1964), ''[[The Birmingham News]]'' (2006-2013), [[Infinity Property & Casualty]] (2016-)
 
** 2201: [[Infinity Property & Casualty building]] (built 2006), former site of [[Reinhard Wilda residence]] & [[Holy Angels cademy]] (1882-1887), [[Uptown Service Station]] (1941), [[Uptown Parking Lot]] (1964), ''[[The Birmingham News]]'' (2006-2013), [[Infinity Property & Casualty]] (2016-)
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** 2205: former location of [[Farie Dubose]] boarding house (1900)
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** 2217: former location of [[Mary Nave]] boarding house (1900)
 
** 2221: former location of [[Dewberry Printing & Engraving Co.]] (1929)
 
** 2221: former location of [[Dewberry Printing & Engraving Co.]] (1929)
 
** 2223: vacant, former location of [[Ruby House]], [[Charcoal Steak House]] ([[Frank Merrill]] 1934–1968), [[Press & Radio Club]] (1964), [[Steppers & Walkers]], [[Guster Law Firm]] (-2015)
 
** 2223: vacant, former location of [[Ruby House]], [[Charcoal Steak House]] ([[Frank Merrill]] 1934–1968), [[Press & Radio Club]] (1964), [[Steppers & Walkers]], [[Guster Law Firm]] (-2015)
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*** 2304: former location of [[Western Union]] (1931-1941), [[Kime Carbon Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 2304: former location of [[Western Union]] (1931-1941), [[Kime Carbon Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 2306: former location of [[Addressograph Co.]] (1931)
 
*** 2306: former location of [[Addressograph Co.]] (1931)
*** 2308: former location of [[Patterson Cigar Shop]] (1931), [[American Life Cigar & Soda Co.]] (1964)
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*** 2308: former location of [[Mattie McMakin]] boarding house (1900), [[Patterson Cigar Shop]] (1931), [[American Life Cigar & Soda Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 2310: building entrance
 
*** 2310: building entrance
 
** 2312-2330: vacant
 
** 2312-2330: vacant
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** north side:
 
** north side:
 
*** 2508: former location of [[Brother Bryan Mission|Brother Bryan Rescue Mission]] (1964)
 
*** 2508: former location of [[Brother Bryan Mission|Brother Bryan Rescue Mission]] (1964)
*** 2518: former location of [[Mrs. N.E. Campbell]] dress maker (1887)
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*** 2512: former location of [[Hillman Hospital]] (1900)
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*** 2518: former location of Mrs [[N. E. Campbell]] dress maker (1887)
 
*** 2520: former location of [[Elijah Bush]] restaurant (1941)
 
*** 2520: former location of [[Elijah Bush]] restaurant (1941)
 
**** 2520½: former location of [[Julia Stone Rooming House]] (1964)
 
**** 2520½: former location of [[Julia Stone Rooming House]] (1964)
 
*** 2522: former location of [[Sheppard Furniture]] warehouse (1964)
 
*** 2522: former location of [[Sheppard Furniture]] warehouse (1964)
 
** south side:
 
** south side:
*** 2501: former location of [[T. W. Haines]] grocery agent (1887), [[Fife & Drum Cafe]] ([[Robert Frost]] 1941-1952)
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*** 2501: former location of [[T. W. Haines]] grocery agent (1887), [[William H. Smith]] grocery (1900), [[Fife & Drum Cafe]] ([[Robert Frost]] 1941-1952)
 
*** 2513: former location of [[Fuller Supply Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 2513: former location of [[Fuller Supply Co.]] (1964)
 
*** 2515-2523: former location of [[Home Baking Company]] (1920-1964)
 
*** 2515-2523: former location of [[Home Baking Company]] (1920-1964)

Revision as of 12:21, 30 May 2021

Fourth Avenue North is an east-west street running through downtown Birmingham. It runs from Center Street in the west to 24th Street North in the east. From 9th to 24th Streets, the three- to four-lane street is one way westbound.

The road appears again as a two-lane residential street between Interstate 59 and Wahouma Park, west of 72nd Street. It is interrupted by the interstate between 75th and 77th Streets, but then continues from 77th to 88th Place, running between Lynn Park and East Lake Park.

Fourth Avenue runs through a few historic districts, including its own 4th Avenue Historic District (from 16th to 19th Street), the Civil Rights District, and the Loft District. In addition, the buildings at 1914, 1917, 1919, and 1930 are part of the Downtown Birmingham Retail and Theatre Historic District.

History

Fourth Avenue originally extended east to 26th Street North, but when the Birmingham Post Office was constructed in the early 1970s, it occupied the space where the street had run.

4th Avenue North was converted from two-way to one-way (westbound) traffic was from 24th Street North 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 4th Avenue North category.

Smithfield neighborhood

Fountain Heights

12th Street North intersects

13th Street North intersects

14th Street North intersects

15th Street North intersects

16th Street North intersects

The New Deal Barber Shop at 1701 4th Avenue North
View of the 1700 block of 4th Avenue North in 1977

17th Street North intersects

Mewbourne & Spain at 1809 4th Avenue North
The Fox Building at 1824-30 4th Avenue North

18th Street North intersects

Central City

Birmingham City Hall in 1927
1900 block of 4th Avenue North
Southern Hotel at 4th & 20th

19th Street North intersects

BPA Deck 3 addition (2009)

20th Street North intersects

21st Street North intersects

22nd Street North intersects

23rd Street North intersects

24th Street North intersects