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Ottis Cook built this home in 1890 in Gother Brunel motif with lovely Eastlake interior. A native of Kentucky, Mr. Cook was a showman and had been connected with The Cotton States Exposition in Atlanta when he married one of the Cunningham girls whose family-owned plantation was located on what is now part of Talladega Superspeedway. Mrs. Cook was a great-aunt of Andrew C. Remson. Mr. Cook owned a large farm which was rented to others for work. Around WWI, he established a small canning ...

Ottis Cook built this home in 1890 in Gother Brunel motif with lovely Eastlake interior. A native of Kentucky, Mr. Cook was a showman and had been connected with The Cotton States Exposition in Atlanta when he married one of the Cunningham girls whose family-owned plantation was located on what is now part of Talladega Superspeedway. Mrs. Cook was a great-aunt of Andrew C. Remson. Mr. Cook owned a large farm which was rented to others for work. Around WWI, he established a small canning ...

Harrison - Lee - Montgomery Home, c.1890, Talladega, Alabama

Harrison - Lee - Montgomery Home, c.1890, Talladega, Alabama

Home, Southside, Birmingham, AL

Home, Southside, Birmingham, AL

Linday House, c.1913, Highlands Neighborhood, Birmingham, Alabama

Linday House, c.1913, Highlands Neighborhood, Birmingham, Alabama

Beautiful Arts & Crafts in Portland

Beautiful Arts & Crafts in Portland

Barclay-Merrell House, c.1833, Talladega, Alabama

Barclay-Merrell House, c.1833, Talladega, Alabama

McElderry-Malone Home, c1905, Talladega, Alabama

McElderry-Malone Home, c1905, Talladega, Alabama

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