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U.G. White Mercantile Store
U.G. White Mercantile Store
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  • Date of photography: 2020-08-16 09:27:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'13"N - 86°58'21"W
  • 08-16-2020-Image of the Day-Founded in 1917 and still in business. Original image taken on January 17, 2015
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James Edwin Horton, Jr. Historical Marker
James Edwin Horton, Jr. Historical Marker
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 14:06:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'9"N - 86°58'19"W
  • James Edwin Horton, Jr. 1878 - 1973 On June 22, 1933, Judge James Horton of Athens set aside the verdict and death sentence of an all-white jury that found Haywood Patterson, an African American, guilty of raping two white women. Patterson was one of nine black youths falsely accused of committing acts of rape in March 1931. They were known as the “Scottsboro Boys.” Judge Horton’s decision to order a new trail for Patterson was a resounding blow to Jim Crow justice. Although northern newspapers called him “Lincolnesque,” Horton simply believed he was doing his sacred duty by upholding the dignity and integrity of the court. Horton faced threats on his life and his name became a lightning rod for supremacists who labeled him a traitor for overturning the verdict. Side B: James Horton was born Jan. 4, 1878. In 1922, Horton married Anna Hobbs. He served as Judge of Alabama’s 8th Judicial Circuit from 1922 until 1934. Even though his ruling meant the end of his public career, Horton spent his remaining years farming and raising award-winning Aberdeen-Angus cattle. In 1938 Horton moved the family’s home from Athens to Greenbrier, Ala., and named his farm “Macedon” after their three sons: Mac, Ed and Don. NBC’s 1976 movie, “Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys,” highlighted the Judges’ role in the case. Horton’s judicial philosophy may be summed up in a phrase he learned at his mother’s knee: “Let Justice Be Done Through the Heaven May Fall.” Sponsored by: Horton Descendants, Limestone County Historical Society Athens/Limestone Tourism Council 2016 Courthouse Square, Market Street West, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1406 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Judge James E. Horton, Jr. Statue
Judge James E. Horton, Jr. Statue
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 14:05:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'10"N - 86°58'18"W
  • This life-size bronze statue of Judge James Horton, Jr. was created by sculptor Casey Downing, Jr. under the commission of the Limestone County Bar Association. The unveiling of the statue occurred on October 19, 2017 with Horton’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren in attendance. Courthouse Square, Market Street West, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1405 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1 www.visitathensal.com/limestone-co-200/april-18th-2019
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Athens First Presbyterian Church
Athens First Presbyterian Church
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 14:04:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'9"N - 86°58'20"W
  • The current structure was designed by D.W. Gingrich and construction completed in 1895. The church was formed in 1829 as the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The congregation shared a common church building until the first building was dedicated in 1852. During the Civil War the church building suffered extensive damage by Union soldiers. After the war, the congregation used the money from war damage claims as seed money to build the current sanctuary. Athens First Presbyterian Church, 112 South Jefferson Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1404 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Athens Sacked and Plundered Historical Marker
Athens Sacked and Plundered Historical Marker
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 14:04:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'9"N - 86°58'18"W
  • Athens Sacked and Plundered On May 2, 1862, Union troops of the 19th and 24th Illinois and the 37th Indiana Regiments commanded by Col. John Basil Turchin went on a rampage through the town. They looted and plundered stores and homes, stealing clothing, jewelry and anything of value, destroying what they didn’t want. For months afterwards, the soldiers stabled their horses in some of the town’s churches, burned the pews for firewood and destroyed the interiors. Col. Turchin, born Ivan Vasillevitch Turhcinoff in Russia, was court martialed in Huntsville for encouraging these actions, but his wife appealed to Abraham Lincoln for clemency on his behalf. Turchin was promoted to Brig. Gen. one day before the court martial. Erected by Limestone County Historical Society 1991 Courthouse Square, West Jefferson Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1404 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Athens First Presbyterian Church
Athens First Presbyterian Church
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 14:02:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'9"N - 86°58'20"W
  • Front door to the Athens First Presbyterian Church with the original founding initials and date built above the doorway. The current structure was designed by D.W. Gingrich and construction completed in 1895. The church was formed in 1829 as the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The congregation shared a common church building until the first building was dedicated in 1852. During the Civil War the church building suffered extensive damage by Union soldiers. After the war, the congregation used the money from war damage claims as seed money to build the current sanctuary. Athens First Presbyterian Church, 112 South Jefferson Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1402 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Athens First Presbyterian Church Historical Marker
Athens First Presbyterian Church Historical Marker
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 14:02:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'9"N - 86°58'20"W
  • Athens First Presbyterian Church This church was organized in 1829 as a Cumberland Presbyterian Church by the Revs. Robert Donnell, John Morgan and Allen Gipson. After first using an interdenominational building, a church was built on West Washington Street in 1852. This was badly damaged during the Civil War and worshipers met at the Baptist Church. Sufficient money was raised to begin the building of the present church "On the Square", which was completed in 1895, less than ten years before this church joined the majority to merge into the United Presbyterian Church. In this church in 1982, commissioners from the UPC and the PCUS Presbyteries voted to merge in the first joint meeting of the two Presbyteries. The resulting Presbytery was called the North Alabama Union Presbytery. Given in Honor of Jean and Alice Nazaretian, Friends of the Church, by their children, Jeanne N. Smith, Dr. Ange Nazaretian and Peter N. Nazaretian. Athens First Presbyterian Church, 112 South Jefferson Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1402 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Limestone County Courthouse
Limestone County Courthouse
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 14:02:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'9"N - 86°58'20"W
  • The fifth and present-day courthouse of Limestone County, Alabama. Limestone County was created by an act of the Alabama Territorial General Assembly on February 6, 1818. Athens was chosen as the county seat in 1819. The first courthouse, a wooden structure built in 1820 and occupied until 1825 when a second wooden courthouse was constructed. A third courthouse was constructed in 1835 and remained in use until 1863 when it was destroyed in the Civil War. After the war ended, a fourth courthouse made of brick was built and used until 1916. The current courthouse was built in 1919 in the Neoclassical style based upon a design by Birmingham architect Bem Price. 100 block of South Jefferson Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1402 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Renda's Lunch Artwork
Renda's Lunch Artwork
  • Author: Tim and Renda Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-06-18 13:39:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'10"N - 86°56'42"W
  • The little things in life that makes my day while at work. My wife like to create drawings on the plastic bag holding the peanut butter and jelly sandwich she made for my lunch. DaVita Athens Dialysis, 15953 Athens-Limestone Lane, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1339 on June 18, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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West Market Street
West Market Street
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-23 13:01:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'11"N - 86°58'11"W
  • West Market Street, downtown Athens, in Limestone County, Alabama. 1301 on June 23, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Limestone County Archives
Limestone County Archives
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-23 13:01:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'11"N - 86°58'11"W
  • The Limestone County Department of History and Archives was established by the Limestone County Commission in 1980. In 2004 Limestone County purchased the 1905 L&N Depot and remodeled it to house the Archives. The Archives is the official repository for records produced by various county departments. These departments include the Probate Court, Circuit Court, Revenue Commission, County Commission, Board of Education, and Board of Registrars. It also contains personal family histories, family photographs, periodicals, and microfilmed newspapers. Limestone County Archives, 102 West Washington Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1301 on June 23, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Brass Door Knocker
Brass Door Knocker
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-23 12:47:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'45"N - 86°58'3"W
  • Brass door knocker on the front door to the Donnell House, 601 South Clinton Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1247 on June 23, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Donnell House
Donnell House
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-23 12:46:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'45"N - 86°58'3"W
  • Construction on the home began in 1840 and this phase ended sometime between 1849 and 1851. It initially was T-shaped, consisting of a two-story portico across the front section with a central wing. Rooms were eventually added on both sides of the house making it rectangular. The present location of the kitchen, office, and restroom was originally a porch where food was brought into the dining room and also was the location where Donnell held prayer service twice a day. The roof is gabled and there are two exterior chimneys at either side of the home. A third chimney is located in the rear of the central wing. The four square columns at the front of the house form a portico and support a pediment. The main entrance is framed with a transom window over the door, a sidelight on either side, and a rectangular architrave, or main beam. Above the main entrance is a doorway with access to a small balcony fronted by a wooden balustrade. The interior of the home originally consisted of one room on either side of a central reception hall, but later additions changed the layout. The current entrance hall consists of a classical double-run staircase at the front and a similar staircase at the rear. The bannister rail on the front staircase is curved and there are two carved balusters per tread. Source: Encyclopedia of Alabama Donnell House, 601 South Clinton Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1246 on June 23, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Log Cabin
Log Cabin
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-23 12:44:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'46"N - 86°58'4"W
  • This cabin, built in the 1830’s was donated to the Donnell House by Don and Ed Horton, sons of Judge James Horton. The cabin was originally part of the Druid’s Grove Plantation, owned by J.N.S. Jones in Greenbrier, Alabama. Donnell House, 601 South Clinton Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1244 on June 23, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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Log Cabin Plaque
Log Cabin Plaque
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  • Date of photography: 2020-06-23 12:44:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'46"N - 86°58'4"W
  • This cabin, built in the 1830’s was donated to the Donnell House by Don and Ed Horton, sons of Judge James Horton. The cabin was originally part of the Druid’s Grove Plantation, owned by J.N.S. Jones in Greenbrier, Alabama. Donnell House, 601 South Clinton Street, Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. 1244 on June 23, 2020. Samsung SM-G965U1
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