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  2. Emmet O'Neal - Wikipedia'NealCached

    Emmet O'Neal (September 23, 1853 – September 7, 1922) was an American Democratic politician and lawyer who was the 34th Governor of Alabama from 1911 to 1915. He was a reformer in the progressive mold, and is best known for securing the commission form of government for the cities of Alabama.

  3. KIDS’ READS graphic novel edition JUne 2017 - Emmet O'Neal ...

    from your Emmet O’Neal LIbrarians graphic novel edition JUne 2017 ... Howard Bryant Olivia The Spy Ian Falconer. KIDS’ READS

  4. News from The Mountain Brook Chamber

    June 18th - Emmet O'Neal Library June 23rd - Bryant Bank June 25th - Park Lane Flyers will be available with more information in all the villages.

  5. The Bear’s legacy and the Lackey Estate -’s...Cached

    Bryant would visit Lackey on Sunday afternoons following a Tide victory (or loss) and they truly became Sunday morning quarterbacks. ... Emmet O’Neal Library ...

  6. People - Pewee Valley Historical Society

    Many famous authors, artists, politicians, journalists, lawyers and captains of industry have lived in Pewee Valley, along with a handful of professional athletes and horse breeders/trainers.

  7. *Birmingham venues include Parkside Cafe, Bottletree Cafe, Crestwood Coffee, B&A Warehouse, Good People Brewing, Workplay Soundstage, and the Emmet O'Neal library. Team members: Bryant Saxon

  8. Central University at Kentucky (January 25, 1907)

    The individual stars were Barbee and Bryant. Baer improved much in the second half. The score at end of the first half was four to ten in favor of the cadets, Central showing no marked improvement in the second half. O'Neal and Hess deserve favorable mention for their work for Central.

  9. PAST DEPARTMENT COMMANDERS | The American Legion Centennial ...

    All of our Department of Kentucky Past Department Commanders starting from the beginning. Ulric J. Bell, 1919-20 . M. K. Gordon, 1920-21 . Emmet O'Neal, 1921-22

  10. Elections in Alabama - Wikipedia

    Elections in Alabama Elections in Alabama are authorized under the Alabama State Constitution , which establishes elections for the state level officers, cabinet, and legislature, and the election of county-level officers, including members of school boards.

  11. 1936 United States House of Representatives elections

    The 1936 United States House of Representatives elections was an election for the United States House of Representatives in 1936 which coincided with President Franklin D. Rooseve