The following is a story from the Birmigham Post-Herald on June 26, 1969: Committee Seeks To Save Terminal The Women’s Committee of 100 wants to save Birmingham’s Terminal Station. Headed by Mrs. Carl C. Brown, the group’s committee for historic preservation will meet at 10 a.m.
Let’s Restore GreatnessBirmingham's historic Thomas Jefferson Hotel once served as a symbol of the city's prominence. Today, after decades of neglect, the icon's very existence is threatened. With your help, we can halt the decline and begin restoring greatness.
287 Feet of HistoryFrom Presidents Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover to celebrities Jerry Lee Lewis and Ray Charles, the Thomas Jefferson Hotel attracted some of the world's most distinguished guests.
Ready for Another RenaissanceWhile damage has been done, it's not late to save the historic building from further deterioration.
Birmingham’s Terminal Station
Birmingham, AL A grassroots effort is underway to preserve and restore downtown Birmingham’s historic Thomas Jefferson Hotel (formerly Cabana Hotel, later Leer Tower). Founded by Birmingham resident Matthew Sheets, Thomas Jefferson Tower, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to restore greatness to the Birmingham landmark.