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  • The Blues Brothers in 2020

    Statues in Melrose, Florida of "The Blues Brothers," stars John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as "Joliet" Jake and Elwood Blues, from their recurring musical sketches on the TV series "Saturday Night Live."

  • The Blues Brothers in 2020

    Statues in Melrose, Florida of "The Blues Brothers," stars John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as "Joliet" Jake and Elwood Blues, from their recurring musical sketches on the TV series "Saturday Night Live."

  • Albertville Depot

    The Albertville Depot, also known as L&N Railroad Depot, is a historic train depot in Albertville, Alabama. It was built by the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway in 1892, one year after the town was incorporated. The depot is one of the only structures in Albertville to survive the tornado of 1908.

  • Four Millionth Hydrant Statue

    Albertville, Alabama, "Fire Hydrant Capital of the World" statue of the Four Millionth Hydrant produced by Mueller Co. Albertville Plant, July 21, 2016.

  • Albertville Depot

    The Albertville Depot, also known as L&N Railroad Depot, is a historic train depot in Albertville, Alabama. It was built by the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway in 1892, one year after the town was incorporated. The depot is one of the only structures in Albertville to survive the tornado of 1908.

  • Four Millionth Hydrant Statue

    Albertville, Alabama, "Fire Hydrant Capital of the World" statue of the Four Millionth Hydrant produced by Mueller Co. Albertville Plant, July 21, 2016.

  • Albertville Depot

    The Albertville Depot, also known as L&N Railroad Depot, is a historic train depot in Albertville, Alabama. It was built by the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway in 1892, one year after the town was incorporated. The depot is one of the only structures in Albertville to survive the tornado of 1908.

  • Marshall County Courthouse

    This structure was erected in Albertville, Alabama, in 1935 as a satellite courthouse to the primary courthouse in Guntersville. It effectively operates today as one of the county’s two judicial capitols. This building was designed by Charles H. McCauley.

  • Marshall County Courthouse

    This structure was erected in Albertville, Alabama, in 1935 as a satellite courthouse to the primary courthouse in Guntersville. It effectively operates today as one of the county’s two judicial capitols. This building was designed by Charles H. McCauley.

  • Old Guntersville Post Office

    The Old Guntersville Post Office is a historic U.S. Post Office in Guntersville, Alabama . It was built in 1940–41 by the Work Projects Administration in Colonial Revival style. The building houses a painting by Charles Russell Hardman. The Guntersville Post Office was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 16, 2010.

  • Old Guntersville Post Office

    The Old Guntersville Post Office is a historic U.S. Post Office in Guntersville, Alabama . It was built in 1940–41 by the Work Projects Administration in Colonial Revival style. The building houses a painting by Charles Russell Hardman. The Guntersville Post Office was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 16, 2010.

  • The Glover Restaurant

    formerly The Glover Hotel, in Guntersville, Alabama, built in 1933

  • First Methodist Church of Guntersville

    First Methodist Church of Guntersville, Alabama, built in 1917

  • Albertville Depot

    The Albertville Depot, also known as L&N Railroad Depot, is a historic train depot in Albertville, Alabama. It was built by the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway in 1892, one year after the town was incorporated. The depot is one of the only structures in Albertville to survive the tornado of 1908.

  • Albertville Depot

    The Albertville Depot, also known as L&N Railroad Depot, is a historic train depot in Albertville, Alabama. It was built by the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway in 1892, one year after the town was incorporated. The depot is one of the only structures in Albertville to survive the tornado of 1908.

  • Albertville Depot

    The Albertville Depot, also known as L&N Railroad Depot, is a historic train depot in Albertville, Alabama. It was built by the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway in 1892, one year after the town was incorporated. The depot is one of the only structures in Albertville to survive the tornado of 1908.

  • Four Millionth Hydrant Statue

    Albertville, Alabama, "Fire Hydrant Capital of the World" statue of the Four Millionth Hydrant produced by Mueller Co. Albertville Plant, July 21, 2016.

  • Four Millionth Hydrant Statue

    Albertville, Alabama, "Fire Hydrant Capital of the World" statue of the Four Millionth Hydrant produced by Mueller Co. Albertville Plant, July 21, 2016.

  • Marshall County Courthouse

    This structure was erected in Albertville, Alabama, in 1935 as a satellite courthouse to the primary courthouse in Guntersville. It effectively operates today as one of the county’s two judicial capitols. This building was designed by Charles H. McCauley.

  • Old Guntersville Post Office

    The Old Guntersville Post Office is a historic U.S. Post Office in Guntersville, Alabama . It was built in 1940–41 by the Work Projects Administration in Colonial Revival style. The building houses a painting by Charles Russell Hardman. The Guntersville Post Office was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 16, 2010.

  • Marshall County Courthouse

    This structure was erected in Albertville, Alabama, in 1935 as a satellite courthouse to the primary courthouse in Guntersville. It effectively operates today as one of the county’s two judicial capitols. This building was designed by Charles H. McCauley.

  • Old Guntersville Post Office

    The Old Guntersville Post Office is a historic U.S. Post Office in Guntersville, Alabama . It was built in 1940–41 by the Work Projects Administration in Colonial Revival style. The building houses a painting by Charles Russell Hardman. The Guntersville Post Office was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 16, 2010.

  • The Glover Restaurant

    formerly The Glover Hotel, in Guntersville, Alabama, built in 1933

  • John Paul Illges House

    Built in electic with Jacobethan influence and elements of 2nd Renaissance period architecture in Columbus, Georgia, in 1911.

  • Terrell County Courthouse

    The Terrell County Courthouse, in Dawson, Georgia, is a historic courthouse built in 1892. Its NRHP nomination asserts it is the best exemplification of High Victorian architecture amongst all of Georgia's courthouses.

  • First State Bank, Dawson, Georgia

    Built in "Vault-Style" architecture, in Dawson, Georgia, in 1905

  • Terrell County Courthouse

    The Terrell County Courthouse, in Dawson, Georgia, is a historic courthouse built in 1892. Its NRHP nomination asserts it is the best exemplification of High Victorian architecture amongst all of Georgia's courthouses.

  • Dawson Georiga's First State Bank Building

    Built in "Vault-Style" architecture, in Dawson, Georgia, in 1905

  • Terrell County Courthouse

    The Terrell County Courthouse, in Dawson, Georgia, is a historic courthouse built in 1892. Its NRHP nomination asserts it is the best exemplification of High Victorian architecture amongst all of Georgia's courthouses.

  • Dawson Georiga's First State Bank Building

    Built in "Vault-Style" architecture, in Dawson, Georgia, in 1905

  • Terrell County Courthouse

    The Terrell County Courthouse, in Dawson, Georgia, is a historic courthouse built in 1892. Its NRHP nomination asserts it is the best exemplification of High Victorian architecture amongst all of Georgia's courthouses.

  • Terrell County Courthouse

    The Terrell County Courthouse, in Dawson, Georgia, is a historic courthouse built in 1892. Its NRHP nomination asserts it is the best exemplification of High Victorian architecture amongst all of Georgia's courthouses.

  • Terrell County Courthouse

    The Terrell County Courthouse, in Dawson, Georgia, is a historic courthouse built in 1892. Its NRHP nomination asserts it is the best exemplification of High Victorian architecture amongst all of Georgia's courthouses.

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