Scenic Pictures

 

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An old winter scene picture postcard of the fountain in the city park.

 

Another early postcard picture view of the City Park

This is an early postcard picture of the fountain and pool in the city park.
This postcard picture shows the late afternoon park scene of the fountain in Confederate Park.  The fountain was a donation from the Webb family many years ago.
A view of the Confederate Soldier Statue at Main & Capitol Streets - Compliments of Harry Coker, Mobile.

 

This is another picture of the Confederate Soldier Statue at Main & Capitol Streets.   
An early view of Washington Street.  Shows wagon and horse rider on dirt street!  
Washington Street, early but date not known

This is a early example of what the Deep South and cotton were all about - this is a scene in front of the hotel and next to what will become the city park.

This is an early postcard picture of Washington Street looking east.  The cars appear to date from the 1940's.
This is another early postcard picture of Washington Street.
This is another early postcard picture of Washington Street. 
Washington Street in 1957, this is in front of Lymon Masons Furniture. Later owned by the Horsleys.

This is a view of Washington Street at Main Avenue, believed to be in the early 50's.
A view of Walnut Street looking south from the Post Office.  The sign in the intersection says "Tires, Tubes & Service at Howze Motor Co" and "Smart Styles, Latest Models in Ladies Easy To Wear - Meyer Bros".
This is a postcard picture of north Walnut Street looking south. 
Walnut Street looking south, around early 20's

A view of Main Street - this would be standing between the Lamar & Lipscomb homes on south Main at the Southern Railway track. Postmark is August 29,1923.

 

Capitol Street, looking East in Demopolis. The postmark on this picture postcard is August 21, 1908

 

The Demopolis Public School back in 1909.  Location is unknown.

The old Demopolis High School picture postcard has a postmark date of April 5, 1919.

This Methodist Church picture postcard is dated June 2nd, 1908.  The streets were still dirt.

This is an early picture of the Methodist Church at Strawberry and Decatur streets.   

An early 1900's view of the Presbyterian Church at Capitol and Strawberry streets.
This is another postcard picture view of the Presbyterian Church.
This picture postcard of the Trinity Episcopal Church is post marked 1909.   
This is a nice color picture postcard of the Trinity Episcopal Church on Main Street.   
The Masonic Temple on Strawberry Street is featured on this picture postcard. Demopolis Masonic Temple
A postcard picture of the Demopolis City Hall. 
This picture postcard shows the home of Mr. S. Funkenstein of Demopolis.  This house was located at Strawberry and Jefferson streets.
This picture postcard shows the home of T. L. Marx.  The location of this house is unknown.
This picture postcard shows the last remnant of the Vine & Olive Colony.

A view of "Old" Gaines wood as it looked in 1860.  

 
An old picture postcard of Gaines wood.

Another color picture postcard of Gaines wood.

This is another picture postcard of Gaineswood.   
This was an early picture postcard of Bluff Hall.

This is another picture postcard of Bluff Hall.

An early postcard picture that shows several scenes around town.
This picture postcard shows the large number of bucks taken on a Allison Reserve deer drive around 1923.
An early view of Gallion, Alabama.


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April 16, 2015