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Empire
Mills -then
& now
Pasaquan - we' re
trying to save it
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Mott's Green, with facade
from now destroyed
Carnegie Library
Tour of Gardens in
the Historic District
One of the
stages of the
Trade Center
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Old Kress
building on
Broadway
The Columbus
Statue with larger
bust of John Amos
The Turbine House
for Eagle - Phenix
S
Main Street  Art show, late
1980's
Base of old grist mill on
AL side of River
Eagle-Phenix Dam, now gone
The old Infantry Hall,
Bldg. 4 Ft. Benning
The original
bust of John B.
Amos on the
Riverwalk
The Cherokee Princess
Lost in a tornado
Former home of the
Joseph House Art
Gallery Cooperative
The ruins of the Bibb
mill after the fire.
City Mills Dam before its
demolition for Whitewater
The Ledger-Enquirer's
first building - it's gone
BEFORE
DURING
AFTER
END OF AN ERA:  The
end of the Eagle Phenix
dam
.......
THIS IS --WAS-- THE MOTT
HOUSE SEEN THROUGH THE
SALVAGED FACADE OF THE
CARNEGIE LIBRARY ON MOTT'S
GREEN.  SADLY, THE MOTT
HOUSE BURNED IN 2014 AND
COULD NOT BE SAVED.
The  historic Bibb Mill on the
Chattahoochee
The Mott House
before the fire
City Mills - the part
torn down "by
mistake"
The Mott House
unveiled
The Potato
Man: he
went to a
new home
"When Now Becomes Then"
before her purse and pencil
cup were stolen
All but forgotten - River Road
Progress on 2nd Avenue
Springer Opera House from
old Govt. Center Fountain
THE TRUE 1998
PARADE OF HOMES
These 3 houses were moved on a cold, blustery day in 1998 from the High Uptown
area of 2nd Avenue to Front Avenue where they sit today.  A 4th house was
moved to a lot on 2nd Avenue near the original.
Riverfest 2002
W. 10th Street
Galleria Riverside
Behind the Springer
Carousel once in the
food court at
Peachtree Mall
The restored houses at their new location
The Rankin
Livery - in
limbo?
Lake Oliver with
old piers
Dillingham Bridge with
new bright lights
2004 Flood of
the Riverwalk
The Green Door - separate
access to the Rankin guest
rooms in the Hotel days, for
"unregistered guests".
Old Springer
seats
The Banks Building:
future use to be
determined
1st Avenue
facade
Vintage bus at
Country's BBQ
All that remains
of the Mott
House site
The Chattahoochee River
before the Riverwalk, just below
Eagle Phenix Dam
"Old" Bradley Museum, the home
on Wynn's Hill
Remodeled and rebuilt
Columbus Museum
Kinfolk's Corner Cafe
Government Center
before other
development
View from Phenix City, AL,
circa 1989.
A Resting spot behind the
Trade Center, it was destroyed
by a tornado and not replaced
Site of the future
RiverCenter
Two great  sculptures that left:
Top of the World, Apron Strings
Grist Mill remnants, Phenix
City, before Riverwalk
Song of the
Chattahoochee
Bay Ave:  Salsbury Fair -  Art
show ending
Demolition of the 12th St. Rag, aka the
Ledger-Enquirer building
Sister Wigs on Broadway