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Mobile, Alabama
History
Mobile, Alabama
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Mobile, Alabama
Art, Culture, History, Library
The Mobile Museum of Art (MMofA) includes a permanent collection of close to 10,000 works of fine and decorative arts from America, Asia, and Europe. This collection spans periods from classical antiquity to the present day. MMofA is supported by a unique public/private partnership of city and community support. Its facility is owned by the city of Mobile, and the art collection is privately owned.
Mobile, Alabama
History
Mobile, Alabama
History
Mobile, Alabama
History
The museum is in the fund raising and design phase and not yet open to the public. Plans are for the museum to open late 2009 or early 2010.
Mobile, Alabama
History
Mobile, Alabama
History
Mobile, Alabama
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
One of Mobile's finest examples of the Italianate style. Famous for its cast-iron facade depicting the four seasons. National Register (1860). Lavish iron lace decorates the Richards – Daughters of the American Revolution House Museum. This beautiful Town House of the Italianate style tells the story of Mobile during its antebellum period. Steamboat Captain Charles G. Richards and his wife, Caroline Elizabeth Steele, built their dream house in 1860.
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