Take a look at some of the more interesting stories historian Tom McGehee has dug up through the years.
What is the history of the state docks?
As part of our series highlighting the History Museum of Mobile’s exhibit “A History of Mobile in 22 Objects,” take a closer look this month at the story of Mardi Gras, told through Chief Slac’s Joe Cain Day costume from the 1970s.
Sift through the fine details of a photograph from MAMGA's 1975 luncheon.
A recently rescued oral history interview helps illuminate the life of an important and dynamic figure in Mobile history.
Decades abroad never dimmed the signposts pointing Eugene Walter back to Mobile.
Local Epicurean William Peebles investigates the origins of the oyster loaf and the claim that Mobile played a role in its evolution.
As part of the History Museum’s exhibit “A History of Mobile in 22 Objects,” one object, a coffee urn from the Creole Fire Company, enlivens the social aspects of a community with a long and layered history.
Dissect the details of this 1951 image of a city bus.
In January 1781, while the Revolutionary War raged in the northeast, British forces attempted a sneak attack on a Spanish fortification on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay.