Middle District of Alabama

Items in the Middle District of Alabama Collection

Dothan, AL, Post Office
Post card of the Post Office in Dothan, Ala. No. 95701. C.T. American Art. The original name was Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse. The US Circuit Court for the Middle District of Alabama met here until that court was abolished in 1912. The post…

Dothan, AL, United States Post Office
Post card of the United States Post Office in Dothan, Alabama. No. 105-D. Photo by the Raines Studio. A colour picture publication. Boston 15, Mass. This courthouse at 100 West Troy Street was built between 1910 and 1911 by Supervising Architect,…

Montgomery, AL, Post Office
Post card of the Post Office in Montgomery, Ala. No. E 16122. The original name was U.S. Post Office and Courthouse. The supervising architect might have been Mifflin E. Bell. It was never placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was…

Montgomery, AL, U.S. Post Office
Post card of the U.S. Post Office, Montgomery, Alabama. No. 5C-K770. The courthouse was built on property the government bought from a local Methodist church for $114,000. The property was donated to the church under the restriction that it remain…

Montgomery, AL, US Post Office
Post Card of the U.S. Post Office in Montgomery, AL. No. M-9. No. 6A-H1703. James A. Wetmore was the acting supervising Architect. Building was renamed in 1992 the Frank M. Johnson Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse for the US District…

Montgomery, AL, Post Office and Federal Building
Post card of the Post Office and Federal Building in Montgomery, Ala. No. A-14948. The U.S. Circuit Court for the Middle District of Alabama met here until that court was abolished in 1912. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit met here…

Montgomery, AL, United States Post Office
Post Card of the United Stqtes Post Office in Montgomery, Alabama. No. M-104. No. 16027. United States Post Office and Courthouse at 15 Lee Street. Original name was the US Post Office and Courthouse. In 1992 it was named for Judge Frank M. Johnson…

Opelika, AL, U.S. Post Office
One post card featuring the United States Post Office in Opelika, Alabama. No. 1. No. 14361 N. Located at 701 Avenue A and the supervising architect was acting James A. Wetmore. It was entered on the National Register of Historic Places on Nov. 18,…

Opelika, AL, United States Post Office and Court House
Three post cards featuring the United States Post Office and Court House in Opelika, Alabama. An extensive renovation of the second floor district court space and the first floor bankruptcy court space in 1996 repaired the deteriorating building. In…

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