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Calhoun County Memories

Presented by The Anniston Star
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The Anniston Star is pleased to be working with local historical organizations to bring our readers this beautiful hard-bound book. This heirloom-quality coffee-table book celebrates The Anniston Star’s 100th anniversary and features more than 250 amazing images and newspaper front pages of Anniston and Calhoun County from the 1800s through today.

Trim Size
11 x 8.5 (in.)

Look Inside Examples only, may not reflect final product

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    The 1940s brought many changes on Noble Street such as this worker preparing to install new street lamps on the corner of 13th and Noble streets.

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    School saftey patrol and members of the Anniston Fire Department in front of Grace Lutheran Church in Anniston in the 1940s.

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    John Searcy, five-years-old, squints as he takes careful aim at toy ducks before throwing a bean bag in a game on Noble Street in 2009.

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    View of Noble Street in Anniston, circa 1945.

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    Paul Burrell gets metal hot to work on an anvil at his home outside Lineville in 2011.

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    Early Anniston Fire Department wagon, circa 1910. Driver was Chief Roscoe Rainwater.

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    City Cafe in Jacksonville owned by Curtis Powell, 1940. From left are Curtis Powell, Lee Roy Wilkerson and Glenn Williamon and Paul Miller.