Several of photographer O. V. Hunt's works documenting the early history of Birmingham are on display in the Linn-Henley Gallery at Vulcan Park. These images, archived at BPL, document the life and work of the Magic City during the early 1900s. To view some of the images or to read more about the exhibit click on the links below:
BPL's Digital Collection with almost 200 of O. V. Hunt's photographs
Archives Department's finding aid for O. V. Hunt's photographs
Vulcan Park's Linn-Henley Gallery
The Birmingham News article about the exhibit
black & white's article and photographs about the exhibit
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