UAH Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives

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  • loc_jonh_004199_004221.pdf

    Isbell-Beck House, built c. 1924 by contractor Jack Chitwood for John B. Isbell. Designed by Mrs. Isbell. Prairie style. Located at 206 2nd St., Fort Payne, Alabama.
  • loc_jonh_004335_004457.pdf

    W. B. Davis Hosiery Mill, also known as the Alabama Builders' Hardware Manufacturing Company and Bonnie Mills, built c. 1889. Colonial Revival style. Located at 204 8th St. NE in Fort Payne, Alabama. Placed on National Register of Historic Places in the mid 1980s. This mill was important for revival of industrial development in Fort Payne, particularly in hosiery and sock manufacturing. At one point the town earned the title of "Sock Capitol of the World."
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