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Buzzard Roost Bridge. A view of the oldest covered bridge in Alabama with a young boy standing in front. Sign on the bridge reads: "You are now entering Buzzard Roost Bridge Oldest covered bridge in Alabama built 1820 Restored and maintained by County board of Revenue Gresham Hale Chairman Paul Keeton NW. Carl Waldrep SW. A.L. Horton NE. Curtis Spangler SE. Sponsered [sic] by the Cherokee Lions Club." Text on verso reads: "Located on Chisca Road, near Cherokee, in Northwest Alabama. Restored to original site after being removed intact by floodwaters. The Vulture in foreground is native of Southern U.S., color critic, candy consumer, constant companion and second son of the photographer, commonly known to many as 'Mike the Menace.'"

Subject

Cherokee (Ala.); Alabama; Southern States; Covered bridges

Location Depicted

Cherokee (Ala.); Alabama; Southern States

Object Type

Image/jpeg

Source

3 x 5 color postcard; color by Hub Gardner; Official Card Alabama Mountain Lakes "Region of Rustic Luxury"; Polychrome Picture Products (Decatur, Ala.); Numbered 31802

Image Creator

Publisher Original

Polychrome Picture Products, Decatur (Ala.)

Date Original

19--?

Date Scanned

2008-05-05

Date Modified

2008-07-18

Digital Publisher

University of North Alabama, Collier Library Archives

Digital Format

image-jpeg

Digital Creator

L. Huddleston

Identifier

PC23

Rights

These materials are provided for educational and scholarly purposes and reproduction of items beyond that allowed for fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. The nature of historical archival collections means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine. Whenever possible, information is provided about copyright owners and restrictions on materials; however, the responsibility for determining the appropriate use of an item ultimately resides with the patron. The staff is unaware of any copyrights in the Postcards Collection; however, there is a possibility that items may have copyrights associated with them that we were unable to identify. If you are aware of such copyrights, please inform the staff.

Keywords

Postcards

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