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Pettus Randall, III

The cornerstone of Randall Publishing is a recognition program for scholars, Who’s  Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. But the publishing company founded

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Joseph M. Farley

Joseph M. Farley of Birmingham is a well-known attorney and retired Alabama Power Company executive. He attended Birmingham Southern College, then transferred to Princeton University

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Young J. Boozer, Jr.

Keen business inclinations, dedication to his work, and commitment to Alabama’s philanthropic community permeate all aspects of Young Jacob Boozer, Jr.’s life. Born July 9,

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Henry C. Goodrich

Henry C. Goodrich has had four careers. The first was as an engineer, beginning with the U.S. Navy in the Civil Engineering Corps. He then

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E. Stanley Robbins

Stanley Robbins was born August 19, 1908, in the rough-and-tumble town of Flomaton on the Alabama Florida border, the son of Edward Stanley Robbins and

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M. Louis Salmon

Maurice Louis Salmon was a prominent attorney born in Mobile, Alabama. He attended The University of Alabama School of Commerce and Business before entering the

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M. Miller Gorrie

The “Can-Do” motto of the Sea bees best summarizes the philosophy of Miller Gorrie, who served for three years in the Civil Engineering Corps of

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C. Caldwell Marks

Overlooking Birmingham is a statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and forge. As a young boy, Charles Caldwell Marks used to climb through

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William D. Harrigan, Jr.

William D. (Billy) Harrigan, Jr., built Scotch Lumber Company into the third-largest employer in Clarke County and one of Alabama’s leading lumber producers. The Fulton,

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William Michael Warren

William Michael (Mike) Warren, Jr. is a longtime resident of Birmingham, Alabama, but is originally from Texas. He attended high school in Auburn, Alabama, and

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