Environmental History Sources at The McCall Library
An aerial of the International Paper plant, 1952. History Museum of Mobile Collection.
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This collection contains documents relevant to the Environmental Protection Agency's public hearing in 1983-1984 which was held to gather information relating to proposed PCB incineration aboard the vessel Vulcanus. 3 linear feet.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS Consists of subject files dealing with environmental activities along the Gulf Coast. There are also a number of files on Mobil Oil and the Save Our Dunes Project. Also contains newspaper clippings and miscellaneous printed materials.
MOBILE BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY Includes newsletters, minutes, agendas, resolutions, correspondence, and notes of the organization (1970-c. 2000). It also contains numerous articles, reports, and studies from various sources dealing with a wide range of environmental and developmental issues pertaining to Mobile, southern Alabama, and the Gulf Coast in general (e.g., the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, the Cochrane Bridge replacement, the management of chemical waste, and disposal of dredging materials). 56 linear feet.