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Bryant–Denny Stadium in 2016
Bryant–Denny Stadium in 2016
View of the north end zone of the stadium exterior and the Walk of Champions on gameday
View of the north end zone of the stadium exterior and the Walk of Champions on gameday
The north end zone entrance in 2007, with commemorative Alabama players statuary group on the left
The north end zone entrance in 2007, with commemorative Alabama players statuary group on the left
Exterior of the newly expanded south end zone in 2010
Exterior of the newly expanded south end zone in 2010
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View of the Quad in 1859. The Rotunda can be seen at center, with the halls visible in the background. All buildings depicted were destroyed on April
View of the Quad in 1859. The Rotunda can be seen at center, with the halls visible in the background. All buildings depicted were destroyed on April 4, 1865.
A view of either Tuomey Hall or Oliver-Barnard Hall, one of the first buildings constructed after the university reopened after the Civil War, in 1907
A view of either Tuomey Hall or Oliver-Barnard Hall, one of the first buildings constructed after the university reopened after the Civil War, in 1907
George Wallace's "stand in the schoolhouse door" to attempt to stop integration of other races at the University of Alabama.
George Wallace's "stand in the schoolhouse door" to attempt to stop integration of other races at the University of Alabama.
Foster Auditorium and Malone-Hood Plaza today. Lucy Clock Tower is in the foreground.
Foster Auditorium and Malone-Hood Plaza today. Lucy Clock Tower is in the foreground.