Annie Ross Searcy's home in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1900
Item — Box: 5253, Folder: 2012.035.000053
Scope and Contents
From the Collection: The collection consists of one mounted print, showing four members of the Tuscaloosa Searcy family (Evie, James T., Stella, and George), seated in chairs on a porch. Two photograph albums contain scenes from and around The University of Alabama and Tuscaloosa County, including Bryce Hospital, Tuscaloosa Centennial celebrations, the Warrior River (bridge and flooding), hunting, fishing, and transportation. There are also travel images from the western United States and Florida. The images provide good examples of period fashion.
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1 item (1 Gelatin Developing-out Paper)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Caption on front: Her home inherited by my mother Annie Ross Searcy on 8th Street. Where twelve little Searcys were born.