Friedman Memorial Library, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

This image shows the front and main entrance to the former home of the Tuscaloosa, Alabama public library. It is now a historic home, named the Jemison-Van de Graff Mansion.

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This home was constructed before the Civil War and is one of the many beautiful colonial homes to be found in Tuscaloosa.

–The building was used as a library from 1955 until 1979, and continued in private hands until acquired in 1991 as a historical landmark and museum.

This image likely dates from the 1950s.

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