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Samuel Ullman Museum


category : Museums
Artifacts and documents related to Samuel Ullman, an important civic and religious leader in Birmingham's early history. In later years, he wrote "Youth" and other poetry that continues to inspire people around the world.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open by appt.
Address: 2150 15th Ave. S.

Phone: 205-934-5634
Fax: 205-975-8360
Our Website:www.uab.edu/international

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