UAH Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives

Browse Items (10 total)

  • img_00057.pdf

    Front: "De Lan' O' Cotton."
  • img_00063.pdf

    Front: "Picking Cotton. Huntsville, Ala."
  • img_00183.pdf

    Front: Street Scene, Huntsville, Ala.
  • img_00187.pdf

    Front: Street Scene, Huntsville, Ala.
  • img_00197.pdf

    Front: Street Scene, Huntsville, Ala.
  • img_00201.pdf

    Front: Street Scene, Huntsville, Ala.
    Back: Street Scene, Huntsville, Ala.
  • img_00209.pdf

    Front: Cotton Season Scene on Public Square, Huntsville, Alabama
  • img_00211.pdf

    Front: Saturday Afternoon on the Square, Huntsville, Ala.
  • img_00629.pdf

    Front: Rolling Cotton Down the Bluff, Huntsville, Alabama
    Back: ROLLING COTTON DOWN THE BLUFF. This picture shows the negroes rolling the cotton down the bluff to be loaded on the waitiug steamer. The average bale weighs 500 pounds. One hundred years ago it would have taken a person working night and day two years to separate the seed from the cotton in one bale; to-day a battery ginnery has a capacity of 155 hundred pound bales in twelve hours.
  • img_00713.pdf

    Front: Fields of Water Cress, Huntsville, Alabama, "Water Cress Capitol of the World"
    Back: FIELDS OF WATER CRESS, HUNTSVILLE, ALA. "Water Cress Capitol of the World." This view repeated many times in Madison County - a county of many fine springs of clear, cool water necessary in growing the best water cress.
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