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The Queen City Park is a public park in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It was established in early 1930s as a project of President Roosevelt?s Civil Works Administration and Works Project Administration.

The Queen City Park included a series of structures that makes the place habitable like a gazebo, barbeque put, benches, steps, a bridge, and a stone and brick-lined nature trail. By 1937, a softball field was built on the site, making it one of the first of its sort in the city. A grand pool was also added to the site by 1943, using the design of Frank Lloyd Wright?s apprentice, Don Buel Schuyler. Horse shows and other events were once held on the site back in its early days.
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