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11 Southern Pictures 1865 - 1959

 
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March 20, 1959. "Sixteen-year-old actress Annette Funicello, Bicycle Queen of 1959."

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Alabama circa 1905. "The cotton docks at Mobile." Big bales of bolls.

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1939. "Purnell House, Jeff Davis Street, Selma, Dallas County, Alabama. Porch with colonnettes."

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1938. "Chretien Point Plantation, Sunset vicinity, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. Structure dates to 1831."

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Circa 1908. "The Hamilton -- Daytona, Florida." What used to be called a "tourist home."

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The Mississippi River circa 1909. "Vicksburg waterfront and sternwheeler Peerless."

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1865. Charleston, South Carolina. "Beacon on parapet of Fort Sumter." The light at the end of the charnel.

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The Mississippi River circa 1909. "Vicksburg waterfront." A panorama made from three 8x10 glass negatives (the widest image, pixel-wise, that Shorpy has ever posted -- be sure to scroll all the way over to the right). The nine-story skyscraper is the First National Bank.

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New Orleans circa 1920. "Diamond antique store, Royal Street." Where Stella Kowalski shopped.

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1939. "Georgia Central Railway Bridge, Railroad Street, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia. Schwab and Mueller, engineers, 1848-1858."

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Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1910. "King Street, south." Among the merch­ants vying for your trade are a Bible depository, Victor Talking Machines dealer and branch of the "Wide Awake" store.
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