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A home in Montgomery's midtown neighborhood.
A man walks his dog in Montgomery’s midtown area.
A home in Montgomery’s midtown area.
A home in Montgomery’s midtown area.
Townhouses in Montgomery’s midtown area.
Apartments in Cloverdale, Montgomery's first suburb and a popular spot for younger residents of the city.
The Capri movie theater in Montgomery's Cloverdale district opened in the 1940s and is the center of the city's independent film scene.
Children play in Cloverdale Park.
Many of the homes in Cloverdale are from the 1930s.
A typical house in Cloverdale.
A Cloverdale home from the early 1930s.
Diners sit outside on a Sunday afternoon at Vintage Year, a restaurant in Cloverdale.
The church from which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery bus boycott, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church.
Alabama's Capitol.
The Civil Rights Memorial, designed by Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, lists the 41 names of those who died in the modern civil rights movement up until Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
Bicycles on stands throughout downtown can be used and returned to any of the other stands.
The First White House of the Confederacy, where the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, lived. He took his oath of office on the Capitol steps, about a block away from where the house now stands.
Passersby stop to play a piano/art project exhibited on a sidewalk in downtown Montgomery.
Montgomery's Court Square Fountain. 
Visitors inspect a statue of Rosa Parks, whose refusal to give up her seat to a white passenger and move to the back of the bus sparked the historic Montgomery bus boycott.
Prevail Union is a popular coffee shop in downtown Montgomery.
The riverboat Harriott II on the Alabama River near Riverfront Park in downtown Montgomery.
Visitors take picture with a Hank Williams statue in downtown Montgomery.
A downtown mural to Montgomery-born Nat
The Alabama River.
A recreation of an airplane that the Wright Brothers flew at their flight school is at Overlook Park.
People feed the geese at Blount Cultural Park.
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival is a major attraction to the area.
People walk their dogs at Blount Cultural Park.
A Sunday afternoon walk in the park.
A couple takes their child for a walk in Blount Park.
The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.
Eastchase Shopping Center in east Montgomery.
Shopping in east Montgomery.
In Montgomery, you need a car.
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A home in Montgomery's midtown neighborhood. – Rick Harmon

A man walks his dog in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

A home in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

A home in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

Townhouses in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

Apartments in Cloverdale, Montgomery's first suburb and a popular spot for younger residents of the city. – Rick Harmon

The Capri movie theater in Montgomery's Cloverdale district opened in the 1940s and is the center of the city's independent film scene. – Rick Harmon

Children play in Cloverdale Park. – Rick Harmon

Many of the homes in Cloverdale are from the 1930s. – Rick Harmon

A typical house in Cloverdale. – Rick Harmon

A Cloverdale home from the early 1930s. – Rick Harmon

Diners sit outside on a Sunday afternoon at Vintage Year, a restaurant in Cloverdale. – Rick Harmon

The church from which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery bus boycott, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church. – Rick Harmon

Alabama's Capitol. – Rick Harmon

The Civil Rights Memorial, designed by Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, lists the 41 names of those who died in the modern civil rights movement up until Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. – Rick Harmon

Bicycles on stands throughout downtown can be used and returned to any of the other stands. – Rick Harmon

The First White House of the Confederacy, where the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, lived. He took his oath of office on the Capitol steps, about a block away from where the house now stands. – Rick Harmon

Passersby stop to play a piano/art project exhibited on a sidewalk in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

Montgomery's Court Square Fountain.  – Rick Harmon

Visitors inspect a statue of Rosa Parks, whose refusal to give up her seat to a white passenger and move to the back of the bus sparked the historic Montgomery bus boycott. – Rick Harmon

Prevail Union is a popular coffee shop in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

The riverboat Harriott II on the Alabama River near Riverfront Park in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

Visitors take picture with a Hank Williams statue in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

A downtown mural to Montgomery-born Nat "King" Cole. – Rick Harmon

The Alabama River. – Rick Harmon

A recreation of an airplane that the Wright Brothers flew at their flight school is at Overlook Park. – Rick Harmon

People feed the geese at Blount Cultural Park. – Rick Harmon

The Alabama Shakespeare Festival is a major attraction to the area. – Rick Harmon

People walk their dogs at Blount Cultural Park. – Rick Harmon

A Sunday afternoon walk in the park. – Rick Harmon

A couple takes their child for a walk in Blount Park. – Rick Harmon

The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. – Rick Harmon

Eastchase Shopping Center in east Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

Shopping in east Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

In Montgomery, you need a car. – Rick Harmon

A home in Montgomery's midtown neighborhood.
A man walks his dog in Montgomery’s midtown area.
A home in Montgomery’s midtown area.
A home in Montgomery’s midtown area.
Townhouses in Montgomery’s midtown area.
Apartments in Cloverdale, Montgomery's first suburb and a popular spot for younger residents of the city.
The Capri movie theater in Montgomery's Cloverdale district opened in the 1940s and is the center of the city's independent film scene.
Children play in Cloverdale Park.
Many of the homes in Cloverdale are from the 1930s.
A typical house in Cloverdale.
A Cloverdale home from the early 1930s.
Diners sit outside on a Sunday afternoon at Vintage Year, a restaurant in Cloverdale.
The church from which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery bus boycott, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church.
Alabama's Capitol.
The Civil Rights Memorial, designed by Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, lists the 41 names of those who died in the modern civil rights movement up until Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
Bicycles on stands throughout downtown can be used and returned to any of the other stands.
The First White House of the Confederacy, where the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, lived. He took his oath of office on the Capitol steps, about a block away from where the house now stands.
Passersby stop to play a piano/art project exhibited on a sidewalk in downtown Montgomery.
Montgomery's Court Square Fountain. 
Visitors inspect a statue of Rosa Parks, whose refusal to give up her seat to a white passenger and move to the back of the bus sparked the historic Montgomery bus boycott.
Prevail Union is a popular coffee shop in downtown Montgomery.
The riverboat Harriott II on the Alabama River near Riverfront Park in downtown Montgomery.
Visitors take picture with a Hank Williams statue in downtown Montgomery.
A downtown mural to Montgomery-born Nat
The Alabama River.
A recreation of an airplane that the Wright Brothers flew at their flight school is at Overlook Park.
People feed the geese at Blount Cultural Park.
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival is a major attraction to the area.
People walk their dogs at Blount Cultural Park.
A Sunday afternoon walk in the park.
A couple takes their child for a walk in Blount Park.
The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.
Eastchase Shopping Center in east Montgomery.
Shopping in east Montgomery.
In Montgomery, you need a car.
A home in Montgomery's midtown neighborhood.
A man walks his dog in Montgomery’s midtown area.
A home in Montgomery’s midtown area.
A home in Montgomery’s midtown area.
Townhouses in Montgomery’s midtown area.
Apartments in Cloverdale, Montgomery's first suburb and a popular spot for younger residents of the city.
The Capri movie theater in Montgomery's Cloverdale district opened in the 1940s and is the center of the city's independent film scene.
Children play in Cloverdale Park.
Many of the homes in Cloverdale are from the 1930s.
A typical house in Cloverdale.
A Cloverdale home from the early 1930s.
Diners sit outside on a Sunday afternoon at Vintage Year, a restaurant in Cloverdale.
The church from which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery bus boycott, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church.
Alabama's Capitol.
The Civil Rights Memorial, designed by Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, lists the 41 names of those who died in the modern civil rights movement up until Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
Bicycles on stands throughout downtown can be used and returned to any of the other stands.
The First White House of the Confederacy, where the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, lived. He took his oath of office on the Capitol steps, about a block away from where the house now stands.
Passersby stop to play a piano/art project exhibited on a sidewalk in downtown Montgomery.
Montgomery's Court Square Fountain. 
Visitors inspect a statue of Rosa Parks, whose refusal to give up her seat to a white passenger and move to the back of the bus sparked the historic Montgomery bus boycott.
Prevail Union is a popular coffee shop in downtown Montgomery.
The riverboat Harriott II on the Alabama River near Riverfront Park in downtown Montgomery.
Visitors take picture with a Hank Williams statue in downtown Montgomery.
A downtown mural to Montgomery-born Nat
The Alabama River.
A recreation of an airplane that the Wright Brothers flew at their flight school is at Overlook Park.
People feed the geese at Blount Cultural Park.
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival is a major attraction to the area.
People walk their dogs at Blount Cultural Park.
A Sunday afternoon walk in the park.
A couple takes their child for a walk in Blount Park.
The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.
Eastchase Shopping Center in east Montgomery.
Shopping in east Montgomery.
In Montgomery, you need a car.

A home in Montgomery's midtown neighborhood. – Rick Harmon

A man walks his dog in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

A home in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

A home in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

Townhouses in Montgomery’s midtown area. – Rick Harmon

Apartments in Cloverdale, Montgomery's first suburb and a popular spot for younger residents of the city. – Rick Harmon

The Capri movie theater in Montgomery's Cloverdale district opened in the 1940s and is the center of the city's independent film scene. – Rick Harmon

Children play in Cloverdale Park. – Rick Harmon

Many of the homes in Cloverdale are from the 1930s. – Rick Harmon

A typical house in Cloverdale. – Rick Harmon

A Cloverdale home from the early 1930s. – Rick Harmon

Diners sit outside on a Sunday afternoon at Vintage Year, a restaurant in Cloverdale. – Rick Harmon

The church from which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery bus boycott, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church. – Rick Harmon

Alabama's Capitol. – Rick Harmon

The Civil Rights Memorial, designed by Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, lists the 41 names of those who died in the modern civil rights movement up until Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. – Rick Harmon

Bicycles on stands throughout downtown can be used and returned to any of the other stands. – Rick Harmon

The First White House of the Confederacy, where the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, lived. He took his oath of office on the Capitol steps, about a block away from where the house now stands. – Rick Harmon

Passersby stop to play a piano/art project exhibited on a sidewalk in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

Montgomery's Court Square Fountain.  – Rick Harmon

Visitors inspect a statue of Rosa Parks, whose refusal to give up her seat to a white passenger and move to the back of the bus sparked the historic Montgomery bus boycott. – Rick Harmon

Prevail Union is a popular coffee shop in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

The riverboat Harriott II on the Alabama River near Riverfront Park in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

Visitors take picture with a Hank Williams statue in downtown Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

A downtown mural to Montgomery-born Nat "King" Cole. – Rick Harmon

The Alabama River. – Rick Harmon

A recreation of an airplane that the Wright Brothers flew at their flight school is at Overlook Park. – Rick Harmon

People feed the geese at Blount Cultural Park. – Rick Harmon

The Alabama Shakespeare Festival is a major attraction to the area. – Rick Harmon

People walk their dogs at Blount Cultural Park. – Rick Harmon

A Sunday afternoon walk in the park. – Rick Harmon

A couple takes their child for a walk in Blount Park. – Rick Harmon

The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. – Rick Harmon

Eastchase Shopping Center in east Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

Shopping in east Montgomery. – Rick Harmon

In Montgomery, you need a car. – Rick Harmon

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