Alabama Department of Archives and History
1 folder.
This collection contains twenty-seven 1971 Oct. photographs of homes and two churches in Montgomery, Ala. The homes are the Teague House, Samford House, Dowell House, Semple House, Falconer House, Cooper Cottage, Washburn House, Shaw House, and Cody House. St. John's Episcopal Church and First Baptist Church are included in the collection. Several interior views show furniture and artifacts in some of the homes.
Alabama Department of Archives and History
3 cubic ft. (3 volumes and 2 oversized boxes).
The duties of the Budget Division of the Department of Finance include preparing the recommended budget for the governor's office and all state departments and agencies (Alabama Government Manual, 8th Edition, 1990). These records were submitted to the Budget Division by the various department heads to request funds for the upcoming budget period. They show actual expenditures in various categories for the previous period, estimated expenditures for the current year, and estimated requirements for the coming period. They also include revenue projections in addition to state appropriations, and a summary of receipts and disbursements. The records are for the quadrennium ending September 30, 1943; and biennium for September 30, 1947; September 30, 1951; and September 30, 1953.
Alabama Department of Archives and History
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Alabama Department of Archives and History
1 microfilm reel.
Maps, sketches, and correspondence, 1771-1923, dealing with Fort Morgan and the Mobile Bay area. The bulk of the material is U.S. Corps of Engineers correspondence covering the years 1866-1883. The correspondence is generally concerned with the condition of the fort and its nearby shoreline and includes sketches of the shoreline, the fort, and a proposed breakwater and roadway. Correspondents in this part of the collection include Maj. Frederick Prime, Lieut. Col. M.D. McAlister, Charles H. Poole, and John K. Hazlett.
Alabama Department of Archives and History
1 item. on 1 microfilm reel.
Letter, 1818 Jan. 16, from Abel Pennington at the "Falls of the Black Warrior," to Phillip Fitzpatrick, a member of the Alabama Territorial General Assembly. Asks Fitzpatrick to assist Pennington in obtaining commissions as a First Major in the Militia and as a county assessor and collector of taxes.
Alabama Department of Archives and History
.01 cubic ft.
Alabama Department of Archives and History
4 folders.
The Governor is the chief executive of the state whose function is to administer the laws of the state. One of the activities used to accomplish this function is the administering of decisions and actions relating to military affairs and the maintenance of the state Militia.
Alabama Department of Archives and History
1 volume.
This series consists of a register of loan applications to the Branch Bank. Included are the county name, date of transaction, date of note, name of principals, names of securities, the amount of the loan applied for, amount loaned, and the total amount applied for and loaned at the beginning and end of each page.
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Whenever a motor carrier is hauling without PSC authority, has no log book, or is in violation of other offenses, an enforcement officer issues an arrest citation. The original form goes to court and copies go to the defendant (driver), the company, and the PSC. Listed are the driver's name, race, sex, date of birth, address, and license number; types of vehicle; tag number; vehicle owner and address; employer and address; date, time, and location of offense; type of offense; and officer's signature. There are also sections on the form for notarizing, for the court to complete, an appearance bond, and a section labelled "Appearance, Plea of Guilty and Waiver".