Colonel O.R. Hood House
The Colonel O. R. Hood House is a historic residence in Gadsden, Alabama. The house was built in 1904 by Oliver Roland Hood, an attorney, politician, industrialist, and one of the founders of the Alabama Power Company. He was also a delegate to the state's 1901 constitutional convention. Upon Hood's death in 1951, the house was purchased by the Woman's Club of Gadsden, a community service organization.