The Alabama Historical Commission has presented distinguished service awards for work in Montgomery, Athens and Huntsville. The commission recognized my longtime friend James Willoughby Fuller of Montgomery, for his role in the rescue and restoration of Montgomery’s 1837 Figh-Picket House and for other important preservation work. Dr. Mildred Caudle and the city of Athens were honored for restoration of a 1930s gas station and cafe. The Redstone Arsenal Cultural Resources Management Program was cited for its work at the federal arsenal in Huntsville. The awards were presented at the Alabama Preservation Conference in Mobile. The Alabama Historical Commission does outstanding work and its members and staff are to be commended for helping to save and preserve historical sites in our state.
Source: Associated Press
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