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Pizitz Building

Pizitz Building

For over sixety years, the Pizitz Building served as the flagship store for the Pizitz Department Chain. In the days when the downtown department store ruled the retail business, the Pizitz Building stood as a benchmark over the rest in Birmingham until its closure in 1988.


Date:

March 1st, 2013

Location:

Birmingham, Alabama

Class:

Commercial

Photographer:

Jon Stone




Thomas Jefferson Hotel

Thomas Jefferson Hotel

The Thomas Jefferson Hotel represents a long lost era of grand hotels. Standing at 19 stories and 287 feet tall, it quietly sits on downtown Birmingham's west end reminding us of the past that once was. Completed in 1929, it sits at 1631 2nd Avenue North.


Date:

October 1st, 2012

Location:

Birmingham, Alabama

Class:

Hotel | Residence

Photographer:

Jon Stone




Tennessee Coal and Iron Ensley

TCI Ensley

TCI Ensley is located in the Ensley neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama. Once one of the largest steel mills in the world, today it sits in rustic ruins.


Date:

September 1st, 2012

Location:

Birmingham, Alabama

Class:

Industrial

Photographer:

Jon Stone




The Drish House

Drish House

The Drish House is a historic plantation house in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Originally the residence for Dr. John. R. Drish and his family. Standing for over 175 years, the house has witnessed remarkable events throughout its history.


Date:

August 1st, 2012

Location:

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Class:

Residence

Photographer:

Jon Stone




Spectre, Alabama

Spectre

Spectre is a fictional town located outside of Montgomery, Alabama. This town was a custom set built for Tim Burton's fantasy film Big Fish.


Date:

July 15th, 2012

Location:

Montgomery, Alabama

Class:

Ghost Town

Photographer:

Jon Stone

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