Photographs, [ca.1937]-[ca.1970].


Alabama. State Chamber of Commerce. Directors. Photographs, [ca.1937]-[ca.1970].

Photographs, [ca.1937]-[ca.1970].

Photographs, ca. 1937 - ca. 1970, of directors of the Ala. Chamber of Commerce. In many folders are biographical sketches as well. There are a few photographs of some prominent Ala. politicians as well, including John H. Bankhead (1872-1946), Frank M. Dixon, Gordon Persons, and George C. Wallace.

.66 cubic ft. (2 archives boxes).

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