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Category: Exhibit


What We Wore

To raise awareness and kickoff Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Turning Point Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Center will be presenting What We Wore, an exhibit highlighting the experiences of sexual assault survivors at the Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum. This exhibit will open on April 2, 2024 and run through June 29, 2024 during the museum’s normal operating hours of 10:00 am until 4:30 pm, Tuesday through Saturday.     One of the most common misconceptions about sexual assault is that it typically occurs […]

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The Modernization of Tuscaloosa’s Built Environment: The Architecture of Don Buel Schuyler

old photograph of a white building

New Exhibit for Fall/Winter The Warner Transportation Museum is pleased to present the fall/winter exhibit showcasing the work of Don Buel Schuyler.  Schuyler designed and oversaw the construction of the Queen City Bath House where the museum is located.  Our exhibit, The Modernization of Tuscaloosa’s Built Environment: The Architecture of Don Buel Schuyler, highlights his career in Tuscaloosa from 1937 – 1964 and displays photos of his buildings that are still standing.  Schuyler’s vision for Tuscaloosa brought the city into the 20th century and shaped […]

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