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    Files from yesteryear: 1900, 1930, 1950

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    From the files of 1900  Vick Clark is among the clerical force at the Racket Store.  Ed Daniel has opened a restaurant in the old Speegle store building.  S.M. Allison has opened a jewelry shop, near the Bargain Store.  Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Heidelburg will leave the last...

    Files from yesteryear: 1918, 1938

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    From the files of 1918  Mrs. John Lewis and children, of Birmingham, are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Linton.  Colonel and Mrs. A.A. Griffith and son, Kenneth, have returned home from a two-week visit to Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee.  Miss Lily Clapp, of...

    Files from yesteryear: 1934, 1937

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    From the files of 1934    Little Mary Landel Carr has been quite ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Carr.   Doctor and Mrs. J.G. Daves have returned after a week in San Antonio, Texas.   Martin Burks is recovering from an operation which he...

    Files from yesteryear: 1904, 1934, 1954

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    From the files of 1904  Fresh Michigan celery at Mages every Saturday. – Adv.   To regulate the price of cotton, producers are going to hold one fifth of their crop and demand 15 cents a pound. They also threatened to reduce acreage next year.  The Ladies Aid...

    Files from yesteryear: 1954

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    From the files of 1954  The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones was completely destroyed by fire on Saturday.   Bobby McClendon, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. McClendon has been named Good Citizenship boy at Cullman High School. Margaret Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs....

    Files from yesteryear: 1900, 1930, 1950

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    From the files of 1900  M. Dickerman has purchased the sawmill, belonging to W. Turney, near Vinemont.   Doctor W.A. Barclift, of Hartselle, is having a cottage erected on the bluff, overlooking the Vinemont railroad station and will use it as a summer home.   Mrs. M.W. Howard stopped...

    An expansive history: a guide to Downtown Cullman’s most historic buildings

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The National Register of Historic Places criteria for evaluation allow for prioritization of the preservation of historical sites based on their quality of significance in American history, including places that are associated with events that contributed to the broad patterns of...

    Files from yesteryear: From the files of 1950

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    Arthur Jack Hyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Hyatt of Cullman graduated with honors from Florence State Teachers College. Mrs. A.F. Young received a telegram last Friday that her son, Corporal David R. Young, 19, is missing in action. Sergeant Milton Wilhite was injured severely...

    Confederate Memorial Park to host Civil War Living History & Skirmish

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    Marbury, Ala. - Confederate Memorial Park, a historic property of the Alabama Historical Commission, will host a special living history event on Saturday, April 23, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  Using authentically reconstructed Civil War barracks, living historians will present outdoor demonstrations on a...

    The people behind the Hay People

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Each fall, Cullmanites mark the times with colorful mums around downtown, and the annual appearance of the hay people is a public reminder that Oktoberfest is almost here. The two practices share a common origin.  In 1999, Cullman residents Pat and Philip...