A. H. Parker statue
The statue was commissioned by the Parker High School United Alumni Association for display in the lobby of the renovated school, but was ultimately placed on a pedestal on the front lawn of the building, surrounded by a wrought iron fence to protect it from vandalism. In 2015 new Birmingham City Schools superintendent Kelley Castlin-Gacutan directed the fence, which gave the appearance of a cage, to be removed.
- Hudson, Darrell (August 16, 2013) "Parker's New Leadership Brings a New Focus: School Unveils New Initiatives and A. H. Parker Statue" press release, bhamcityschools.org
- Archibald, John (October 15, 2015) "Legendary Alabama educator is free at last." The Birmingham News