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Sutton Candy Company–Sonya Faye’s (1907)

1709 Third Avenue North

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This renovation preserved the brick shell for a new venue: a high-end clothing boutique and tailoring shop. The new store- front reaches out to engage passersbys. The look is big city.

Owner Eric A. Gardner Retailer Sonya Faye Thomas Architect Jeremy Erdreich, Erdreich

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Café Dupont

113 20th Street

Within its new period storefront, Chef Dupont offers great food with white tablecloth service. Future plans call for a banquet room upstairs and a bakery next door.

Owners Chris and Leslie Dupont Architect Richard Carnaggio

Society Calendar

Preservation Awards Presentation May 13, 2004, 5:15 p.m. Giattina, Fischer Aycock Architects, Inc. Offices Jemison Flats, 1827 First Avenue North

Followed by a reception and tour of Jemison Flats and the Center for Regional Planning and Design

Ladies of the Art Club Publication Celebration • Exhibit Opening November 7, 2004, 3:00-5:00 p.m. Library Gallery • Birmingham Public Library

One Sloss Quarters Birmingham, Alabama 35222

Address Correction and Forwarding Requested

Join us for Preservation Awards Presentation May 13, 2004, 5:15 p.m.

Photo courtesy The Birmingham News

Alison Glascock & the Highland Park Neighborhood

For advocating preservation in word and deed

Vicki Barnes and Alison Glascock, pictured in front of their cur- rent “cause celebre:” the preservation of the Otto Marx-Louis Clark House, built c.1909 following the Mission Revival designs of William C. Weston (plans published in Architectural Record of 1911). You might know the landmark Highland Avenue resi- dence as the Mary Lewis Convalescent Center that a developer currently seeks to demolish and build a high-rise.

With determination, vigor, and indefatigable leadership Ms. Glascock and other neighborhood leaders have completed three more National Register districts and listed more than 500 prop- erties in a new local district, efforts that have and will continue to increase the long term viability of Highland neighborhoods which have been under threat since the Great Depression.

New National Register of Historic Places Listings

The South East Lake Neighborhood Officers: Angela Anderson, Dana Cockrell, Sandy Rivers For listing the South Highlands of East Lake National Register District

The Highland Park Neighborhood Officers: Alison Glascock, Terry Gunnell, Vickie Barnes For listing the Country Club, Hanover Place, and Milner Heights National Register Historic Districts

The Rosedale Community Development Corp. Officers: Thomas Hamner, Jr., Adrienne Lee, Dr. Bobby Wilson For listing the Rosedale and Rosedale Park National Register Districts

New Birmingham (Local) Historic District The Highland Park District – 570 properties

Photography & copy courtesy Linda Nelson & Marjorie White

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Permit 3825 Birmingham, AL

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