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Eugene Allen Smith and an Upcoming Author Visit to Hoole!

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On Tuesday, September 20, at 5:00 P.M., author Aileen Kilgore Henderson will visit Hoole Special Collections Library to discuss her new book Eugene Allen Smith’s Alabama: How a Geologist Shaped a State. For more information about this event, please visit the Cool @ Hoole blog or call 205-348-0500.

Eugene Allen Smith was a professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy at the University of Alabama from 1871-1913 and served as Alabama State Geologist from 1873-1913. His entire photo collection is online as part of our digital collections. It spans more than four decades and contains photos of his many field trips, work as State Geologist and images of campus in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Below are just a few images from this collection of over 700 photographs.

Dr. Smith and a geology party

Cahaba River

Lookout Mountain

Waterfalls on Talladega Creek

Eugene Allen Smith and his children

Geology class field trip

 

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