1951’s Miss America Yolande Betbeze cuts the ribbon on the year’s Azalea Trail
Local author Emily Blejwas finds that much of Mobile’s story can be told through the history of one classic Southern dessert.
A 1558 Spanish voyage yields one of the oldest descriptions of Mobile Bay.
Is it true that Walt Disney visited Mobile to consider it a possible site for Disney World?
Artifacts at the History Museum of Mobile recall President Woodrow Wilson’s morning meal at the Battle House Hotel in 1913.
What’s the history of the old Providence Hospital being demolished on Spring Hill Avenue?
Local author Emily Blejwas boils down the history of Creoles in Mobile.
A partnership between the 1857 Foundation and a local, prominent mystic society allowed for the full restoration of one of downtown Mobile’s beloved architectural old dames.
Mobile author Frye Gaillard coauthors a children’s book about a little-known story in Alabama history.
When did Alcoa operate in Mobile?