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Albanyville University

ALBANYVILLE UNIVERSITY
address:
  465 Hawthorne Dr., Albanyville
note: AU is one of the finest institutes of higher learning in the nation.  It  is highly regarded in academic circles and boast s an excellent academic and social environment for it's students.
Albanyville High School ALBANYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
address: 
359 Hawthorne Dr., Albanyville
note:  AHS's students get high marks for scholarship and civic involvement.  The largest and oldest school in the city also has the largest student body.


Albanyville General Hospital ALBANYVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL
address:
36 W. Civic Square, Albanyville
note:  one of the oldest and most respected hospitals in the region.  People from all over the area seek treatment here from a large staff of doctors and nurses.
Joseph Hayne Rainey Memorial Negro Hospital JOSEPH HAYNE RAINEY MEMORIAL NEGRO HOSPITAL
address: 
487 E. McAfee Rd., Albanyville
note:  This hospital provides a much needed service to Albanyville's Negro population.  It was named in honor of the first Negro to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
Manor Hills Sanitarium MANOR HILLS SANITARIUM
address:
Rt. 87, Andersonville
note: This highly regarded medical facility is located in the town of Andersonville which is about 60 miles to the west of Albanyville.  It is most notable for its often progressive thinking and treatment of its mentally ill patients.


Good Hope Church GOOD HOPE CHURCH
address:
  756 Laurel St., Albanyville
note:  one of the most revered churches in town.  It's membership includes many of the city's most prominent citizens including Charles Callison and his family.
Albanyville Police Department ALBANYVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
address:
34 N. Civic Square, Albanyville
note:  the citizens of Albanyville rest easy at night because of the strength of the city's police department.  They have effectively kept crime down for years unlike neighboring Riverside.
The Docks THE DOCKS
address: 
located right off River Rd., Albanyville
note:  one of the main reasons Albanyville grew to be its current size is the availability of shipping along Blue River that the docks have provided.  In recent years, however, the easy access to neighboring Riverside has brought an unsavory element to the area and most cautious citizens do not venture here after dark for fear of personal safety.
Spring Lake SPRING LAKE
note:
  Located several miles away from Blue River, this lake is the site of the original settlement that would become Albanyville.  It is popular destination in the summer months.  In the past few years, high end residential areas have begun to develop around the lake.
Blue River BLUE RIVER
note:
  This river is a main source of shipping for both Albanyville and Riverside as
well as Davenport (though to a lesser degree).  The river, so named because of the deep blue color of the water at sunset, separates Albanyville and Riverside.


Davenport DAVENPORT
note:
  This large town is about 50 miles north of Albanyville.  Once Albanyville's
rival, it's importance has been overshadowed.  While Albanyville continued to grow in size, Davenport developed into a quaint community located along Blue River.  It is a favored resort town of tourists and a popular getaway spot for Albanyville's elite.
Riverside RIVERSIDE
note:
  Separated from Albanyville by the Blue River, Riverside was once considered to be a sister city.  Both cities experienced parallel growth, but the social decay and increased crime in Riverside during the past decades have led to the severing of ties.  Rumors continue to circulate of mob activity in the city and also of a mob controlled government.
Andersonville ANDERSONVILLE
note: 
This town, located approximately 60 miles to the west of Albanyville, was once
regarded as a sister city to Albanyville until Albanyville's size began to dwarf Andersonville.

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