This page is devoted to the life of Mack Wyatt specifically and will present personal items of interest.
Click on Mack Wyatt’s High School senior portrait to see a slideshow of photographs and awards from his publishing career and years of public service.
Click on the photo of Howard M. Phillips, president of Alabama College from 1956 – 1960, to read a message of welcome to the new president from Montevallo Mayor, W.M. Wyatt.
Click on the photo at left to see the notes Mack Wyatt made for his introduction of Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace and his wife, Lurleen, at a campaign event in downtown Montevallo in 1966. Lurleen was running to succeed her husband who was prevented from serving another term due to term limits laws. Being a life-long Teddy Roosevelt Republican, Mack did not savor this particular honor.
Click on the angel at left to read a eulogy delivered by W.M. Wyatt for an African-American friend and constituent.
Click on the image at left to get a larger view of the front page of an issue of the Montevallo Times from 1942.
Click on the image at left to view an Associated Press newswire announcment of the death of W.M. Wyatt in 1966.
Click on the image at left to view a memo from Alabama College president D. P. Culp to mayor W. M. Wyatt.
Click on the image at left to view a story on Mack Wyatt that appeared in the Birmingham News in 1952.
Click on the image at left to view a story on Mack Wyatt that appeared in the Shelby County Independent in 1964.
Click on the image at left to view a letter to the editor of the Montevallo Times from 1939.
Click on the image at left to view a photo and caption that ran in the Shelby County Times-Herald in 1958.