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Wadsworth 
Christmas Tree Farm
Photograph Collection

Old Macon County Courthouse
Alabama Conference Female College in Tuskegee, Alabama
Forest Home built in 1840
Forest Home 
ca 7-9-1967
Grey Columns 
Tuskegee, Alabama
Idewild
Home of W.W. Thompson my Great Grand parents. 
Nat and Sallie Thompson
Oakland 
Located in Liverpool, Alabama
The W.W. Thompsons moved here after their home "Idlewild" was destroyed byfire. Our father, Mott Wadsworth, was born at this home called Oakland.
Thompson Home in Tuskegee, Alabama ca. 1934
Thompson Home in Tuskegee, Alabama ca. 1934 
Back view of home
Presbyterian Church 
Tuskegee, Alabama
Presbyterian Church 
Tuskegee, Alabama
Presbyterian Education Building
Presbyterian Education Building
Tuskegee Square
Tuskegee Square
Macon County Courthouse - Tuskegee, Alabama: 3-28-2002
Macon Co Courthouse snow-sleet 12-22-1929
Mary Louise Thompson Wadsworth Home. Mary Louise was my Grandmother "Gamma"
Mary Louise Thompson Wadsworth Home. Mary Louise was my Grandmother "Gamma" 
Back view of home
Tuskegee High School Class of 1934
Mott Wadsworth is in photo, my Daddy
Tuskegee High School Class of 1939
Alice Lee Howard Wadsworth is in photo, my mother.
Tuskegee Float for the 1941 Blue Gray Parade 
Alice Lee Howard is  holding trophy in the photo.
Tuskegee Float for the 1941 Blue Gray Parade 
Alice Lee Howard is waving and holding trophy in the photo.
Tuskegee Float for the 1941 Blue Gray Parade 
Alice Lee Howard - my Mother
Tuskegee Float for the 1941 Blue Gray Parade 
Alice Lee Howard, my Mother, is second from left.
The Bank of Tuskegee ca 1898
"Old" Bank of Tuskegee plaque on side of building
Errected by C.W. Thompson 1898
Thompson Brothers in wagon sitting in the Tuskegee Square. The Bank of Tuskegee ca 1898 is in background
"old" Rexalll Drug store downtown Tuskegee
Tuskegee Fire - Feb. 2004
Tuskegee Fire - Feb. 2004
Tuskegee Fire - Feb. 2004
Tuskegee  North Main Street 
Across the street from the old Connor Home.
Old - Tuskegee Post Office
South Main Street
Old - Tuskegee Post Office plaque
Mott Wadsworth 
Working at the Post Office in Tuskegee, Alabama
Tuskegee Post Office
Works of Art located inside the post office. First located in the old Post Office and now in the new Post Office. 
"The Road to Tuskegee" oil on canvas by Anne Goldthwaite (1937)
Tuskegee Post Office
Works of Art located inside the post office. First located in the old Post Office and now in the new Post Office. 
"The Road to Tuskegee" oil on canvas by Anne Goldthwaite (1937)
Tuskegee Post Office
Works of Art located inside the post office. First located in the old Post Office and now in the new Post Office. 
"The Road to Tuskegee" oil on canvas by Anne Goldthwaite (1937)
Tuskegee Post Office
Works of Art located inside the post office. First located in the old Post Office and now in the new Post Office. 
"The Road to Tuskegee" oil on canvas by Anne Goldthwaite (1937)
Tuskegee Post Office
Works of Art located inside the post office. First located in the old Post Office and now in the new Post Office. 
"The Road to Tuskegee" oil on canvas by Anne Goldthwaite (1937)
Tuskegee Post Office
Works of Art located inside the post office. First located in the old Post Office and now in the new Post Office. 
"The Road to Tuskegee" oil on canvas by Anne Goldthwaite (1937)
Torch 80 Cafe located on Hwy 80 a few miles east of Tuskegee.
Torch 80 Cafe located on Hwy 80 a few miles east of Tuskegee
Pam Am ca 1957
Torch 80 Cafe located on Hwy 80 a few miles east of Tuskegee
Pam Am ca 1957
Torch 80 Cafe located on Hwy 80 a few miles east of Tuskegee
Pam Am ca 1957
Torch 80 Cafe located on Hwy 80 a few miles east of Tuskegee
Pam Am ca 1957
Amoco Station ca 1950's
Intersection Hwy 80 & Howard Rd.
Amoco  Sign ca 1950's - Sign was located on the East Side of Station
Intersection Hwy 80 & Howard Rd
Buck Whatley's PamAm station ca 1955 - located on US Hwy 80 downtown Tuskegee, Alabama. The last name used for the old station was Leon's Amoco in 2005.
Wadsworth Oil Bulk Plant 
American Oil Company ca 1960's
Mott Wadsworth at Amoco station in Tuskegee, Alabama ca mid 1950's
Forty & Eight Club; Montgomery, Alabama Chapter. My father, Mott Wadsworth was a member and an officer of the club. "40/8" - Independent, by invitation,honor organization of U.S. veterans. 
1st row-5th person left to right is Mott Wadsworth:
Forty & Eight Club - "40/8"-  This symbol  came from First World War. Americans were transported to the battle front on French trains. On the boxcars were stenciled 40/8 denoting its capacity, 40 men or 8 horses. Mott Wadsworth is 5th person - left to right.
Tuskala 1930: Tuskegee's annual yearbook - Showing the Football Scrub Team: My dad, Mott is on the fearful team.
Lions club float 1954 Cardy Howard - My Mother's sister. Tuskegee, Alabama
President Franklin D. Rossevelt  visits Tuskegee, Alabama: Shown standing next to FDR (seated in rear of car) Is  Mayor G.B.Edwards. Rossevelt's limo is parked in front of the old Rexall Drug store across from the Tuskegee City Square.  
ca. 3-30-1939
Tuskegee, Alabama
Historic Homes, Places, People
Homes in Macon County, Alabama
Library of Congress - Built in America
HABS
Historic American Buildings Survey
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Tuskegee, Al. Post Office
"The Road to Tuskegee" oil on canvas
by Anne Goldthwaite ca. 1937
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