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Bibb County Banking and Trust Company, Centreville, AL
Bibb County Banking and Trust Company, Centreville, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:32:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'8"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Bibb County Banking and Trust Company (101-107 Court Square, West): 1899; late-Victorian, 3 stories, brick, 3 major bays, wrought iron balconies extend from 2nd and 3rd center bay, segmental and round arched windows with hood molding, arcaded corbelled parapet, bracketed pyramidal roofs on outer bays. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Bibb County Courthouse, Centreville, AL
Bibb County Courthouse, Centreville, AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:32:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'7"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) The twenty-six structures comprising the Centreville Historic District focus on the 1902 Bibb County Courthouse (11) and Court Square and consist primarily of late-19th and ear1y-20th century commercial and governmental structures reflecting the character of a turn-of-the-century rural county seat. When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Bibb County Courthouse (Court Square): 1902; 2 stories with corner tower, brick, Victorian eclectic with strong Romanesque influence, stone lintels and sills, dentilled cornice and pediment, square-headed and arched windows, corner domes. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Bibb County Courthouse, Centreville, AL2
Bibb County Courthouse, Centreville, AL2
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:35:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'8"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) The twenty-six structures comprising the Centreville Historic District focus on the 1902 Bibb County Courthouse (11) and Court Square and consist primarily of late-19th and ear1y-20th century commercial and governmental structures reflecting the character of a turn-of-the-century rural county seat. When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Bibb County Courthouse (Court Square): 1902; 2 stories with corner tower, brick, Victorian eclectic with strong Romanesque influence, stone lintels and sills, dentilled cornice and pediment, square-headed and arched windows, corner domes. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Confederate Statue, Centreville, AL
Confederate Statue, Centreville, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:33:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'7"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Confederate Statue (Court Square): 1910; white Italian marble statue of soldier in Confederate uniform, moved closer to courthouse in 1951 (from south end of square). (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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First Presbyterian Church, Centreville, AL
First Presbyterian Church, Centreville, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:34:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'43"N - 87°8'8"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) The twenty-six structures comprising the Centreville Historic District focus on the 1902 Bibb County Courthouse (11) and Court Square and consist primarily of late-19th and ear1y-20th century commercial and governmental structures reflecting the character of a turn-of-the-century rural county seat. When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Centreville Presbyterian Church (115 Court Square, West): 1859; 1 story, brick, temple form with central steeple, 4 thin square wooden columns, main entrance through 2 double-leaf double-panelled doors, center single-leaf door formerly led to slave gallery. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Masonic Building, Centreville, AL
Masonic Building, Centreville, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:33:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'43"N - 87°8'7"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) The twenty-six structures comprising the Centreville Historic District focus on the 1902 Bibb County Courthouse (11) and Court Square and consist primarily of late-19th and ear1y-20th century commercial and governmental structures reflecting the character of a turn-of-the-century rural county seat. When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Masonic Building (Court Square, East): c. 1910; 3 stories, brick, 3 main bays, arched and square-headed windows, ground floor display windows bricked over in 1976. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Ritz Theatre, Centreville, AL
Ritz Theatre, Centreville, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:30:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'41"N - 87°8'11"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Ritz Theatre (427 Walnut St.): c. 1920; 2 stories, brick and stucco facade altered after 1940 fire. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Thrasher Building, Centreville, AL
Thrasher Building, Centreville, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:30:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'11"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) The twenty-six structures comprising the Centreville Historic District focus on the 1902 Bibb County Courthouse (11) and Court Square and consist primarily of late-19th and ear1y-20th century commercial and governmental structures reflecting the character of a turn-of-the-century rural county seat. When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Thrasher Building (429-443 Walnut St.): c. 1925; 2 stories, brick, severely plain structure, flat roof, 13 slender rectangular windows across 2nd floor, wood frame and glass doors and display windows original, metal and plate glass added, large transom, metal awning. (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Yeager Hotel, Centreville, AL
Yeager Hotel, Centreville, AL
  • Author: chfstew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 09:31:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'41"N - 87°8'7"W
  • **Centreville Historic District** - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 78000482, date listed 1978-10-19 Walnut St., East and West Court Sq. Centreville, AL (Bibb County) The twenty-six structures comprising the Centreville Historic District focus on the 1902 Bibb County Courthouse (11) and Court Square and consist primarily of late-19th and ear1y-20th century commercial and governmental structures reflecting the character of a turn-of-the-century rural county seat. When the 1828 Bibb County Commission considered the site for a permanent county seat, it selected the community of Centreville because of its location as the center of the county. The county's first court house had been built here on the west banks of the Cahaba River, but the site chosen for the third and permanent seat was the hill on the east bank. The higher ground would help alleviate the problem with malaria which had been so severe on the lower-lying west bank. Incorporated in 1832, the town of Centreville grew up around the new frame courthouse erected on the spacious square. Yeager Hotel (458 Walnut St.): 1898; brick, 2 stories, entrance through modern plate glass door, large plate glass display windows, metal awning, metal siding covering 2nd story, (presently occupied by Cleveland's Food Store). (1) References (1) NRHP Nomination Form npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/78000482.pdf
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Brent, Alabama 35034 PostOffice
Brent, Alabama 35034 PostOffice
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  • Date of photography: 2013-05-28 16:22:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'10"N - 87°9'55"W
  • Brent, Alabama 35034 PostOffice
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Centreville AL
Centreville AL
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  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:35:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'41"N - 87°8'10"W
  • Storefront Window of an Antique Shop in downtown Centreville
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Bibb County Courthouse- Centreville AL (1)
Bibb County Courthouse- Centreville AL (1)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:30:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'8"W
  • nrhp # 78000482- Centreville Historic District
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Bibb County Courthouse- Centreville AL (2)
Bibb County Courthouse- Centreville AL (2)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:31:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'8"W
  • nrhp # 78000482- Centreville Historic District
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Bibb County Courthouse- Centreville AL (3)
Bibb County Courthouse- Centreville AL (3)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:32:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'8"W
  • nrhp # 78000482- Centreville Historic District
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Bank Building- Centreville AL
Bank Building- Centreville AL
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-01 10:32:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°56'42"N - 87°8'8"W
  • nrhp # 78000482- Centreville Historic District- Originally known as the Bibb County Banking and Trust Company, the bank was built in 1899. The three-story building originally housed a bank and the U.S. Post Office on the first floor and a hotel on the two upper floors. from centrevillealabama.homestead.com
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