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Above find a map, circa 1903 of the city of Anniston, Alabama, courtesy the Library of Congress. You can't see much detail on the overall picture, but using technology, it can be enlarged to amazing detail! Were the picture actual size, it would be a thumping 796X428 inches. The arrow in the inset picture points to Temple Beth El on Quintard Avenue.

 

The Maps                                             
     Panoramic maps of the city of Anniston were constructed in 1887, 1888, and 1903. The maps for 1888 and 1903 are available here for your perusal. The views are drawn as from an airplane, which is mysterious, as flight was still in the future. Actually, the 1903 print itself gives a hint. The artist, C.N. Dry, has drawn himself into the picture, drawing the picture, and is seated somewhere on the southwestern face on the hill behind KMart looking down on the town. We are indebted to the Library of Congress for making these pictures available.
--1903 map drawn by C.N. Dry and published by Charles Hart Litho.
--1888 map drawn and published by E.S. Glover and Shober & Carqueville Litho. Company

     We're pleased to make available two panoramic maps of the city of Anniston. Previously, you needed a free, but special plugin to view the panoramas, but technology is such nowadays that viewing the past is easier than ever. Now all you have to do is click on the pictures below and either download the photos or just go ahead and open then to your browser. Either way, there is a download of 12-14 megs of material
     After the download is finished, the panorama will open in your browser and you can magnify and move around inside it to your heart's content. It is a stunning display of how it use to be here and you will have a LOT of fun looking around at why Anniston was indeed the "Model City."
 

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Click on the thumbnail of your choice to download or open it in your browser
Your browser will open with a set of controls to help you view these fantastic panormas!

Read the pages of the ANNISTON HOT BLAST from 1883
A GetCalhoun.com project of historical proportions!

     You know, we think there is one heck of an A+ school report or project contained in this picture for some enterprising youth. Especially since it takes a little work to actually see the picture, we know you'll really enjoy it if you elect to take the time to install the plugin and wait for the picture to download so you can see how it "used to was" here. Surely, the 1888 picture was commissioned by Sam Noble, though we have no way of knowing that. At the very least, you can bet he admired it very much. It's a real work of art.

     We invite tales of old Calhoun County in words and pictures from anyone who has information and would like to share it. We have all the room necessary on our server, so if you would like to become one of our "armchair historians" don't be shy. Share what you know. We all want to hear about it!

Ok, we have shown you ours...now show us yours!
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If so, click here: I've Got Pictures!

 

 

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