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Elmoreland, U.S. Highway 241, Glenville, Russell County, AL

Elmoreland, U.S. Highway 241, Glenville, Russell County, AL

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Mitchell, Mack
Mitchell, Merry
Elmore, Sadie M
Elmore, Franklin Harper
Elmore, Franklin Harper
Mitchell, Americus
School of Architecture & Allied Arts, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, project manager
Burkhardt , E Walter, historian
Burkhardt , E W, historian
Bush, Alex, photographer
Chandler, M W, delineator
Cooper, Margaret Raiford, delineator
Dean?, James M, delineator
Floyd, Katherine, historian
Foster, Howard A, delineator
Garrard, Gardiner, delineator
Manning, W N, photographer
Russell, E W, photographer
Thrasher, Marion, delineator
von Gerichten, E, delineator
Womelsdore, William Norvell, delineator
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