Sturdivant Hall, of the Greek Revival style and designed by architect Thomas Helm Lee, a cousin of Robert E. Lee, is considered to be one of the finest examples of antebellum architecture in the State of Alabama.

A monumental porch of Corinthian columns on stone bases dominates the facade and leads to a double leaf four-panel door flanked by Doric columns with sidelights and surmounted by a broken six-pane transom.

It is located in Selma's historical district, on Mabry Street, one block away from a large house where I spent much of my youth, on Tremont Street.


Big Sky


Jasmine Hill

Messing About

Wild Things

Now You're Cookin'!

Selma, AL

Les Fleurs

Singh Ray Filters

My Caprice