Lost Birmingham

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Overview
Birmingham has many notable historic landmarks today, but so many more are all but forgotten. The Bangor Cave Casino was once a world-renowned speakeasy. The Thomas Jefferson Hotel featured a zeppelin mooring station, drawing lots of attention from tourists. Other significant sites from the past, such as Hillman Hospital and the buildings on the "Heaviest Corner on Earth," are unknown even to natives now. Local author Beverly Crider presents an intriguing and educational tour through these and more hidden treasures.
Details
ISBN: 9781609499884
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: Alabama
Series: Lost
Images: 58
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Beverly Crider is a freelance writer with a background in media relations and web design. She is an Alabama native and proud graduate of the University of Alabama. Beverly currently travels the back roads and forgotten haunts of the state in search of material for her blog "Strange Alabama" on al.com. Tim Hollis has been in the writing and editing business for most of his professional life and has authored more than 13 books. He has published See Rock City and most recently, Pizitz: Your Store with The History Press. Tim is Birmingham's resident nostalgia historian.