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HALL, Dorothea.
ACCESSION 699.
Dates: 1924-1935.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 34 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of D. Kent Bartram, Jr., 2000.
Description: Papers consist primarily of grade reports from Huntington, W. Va. junior high and high schools. Includes letters of recommendation from teachers.

HALLANAN FAMILY.
ACCESSION 447.
Dates: 1915-1947.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 17 items
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Sue Cook, 1986.
Description: Former Huntington, West Virginia family. Collection consists primarily of newspaper clippings about Elizabeth V. , U. S. District Court Judge, Southern District of West Virginia, and her father, Walter S., prominent figure in West Virginia politics.

HALLOCK, Joseph.
ACCESSION 1979/11.0287.
Dates: 1857-1891.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 2 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Purchased, 1979.
Description: Catskill, New York, resident. Papers consist of diaries (1857-1891),ledgers, correspondence with Quaker co-religionists, and a `...Justices Courts and Referee Register.'

HAMILTON, Susan Elizabeth Gillespie, 188_-1986.
ACCESSION 448.
Dates: 1908-1984.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1908-1984. 1 cubic foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of John Gillespie, 1987. Huntington, West Virginia, resident. Holograph verse comprises the bulk of the collection.

HAMLET, Theodosia Kirkland, deceased 1985.
ACCESSION 414.
Dates: 1940-1975.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 linear foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Evelyn Jackson, 1985.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, clubwoman and parliamentarian. Papers include material relating to her service on the boards of the Woman's Club, the Huntington Symphony Association, the Huntington Galleries, and the Marshall University Artists Series.

HAMLIN, W. (William) Robert.
ACCESSION 2007/04.0759.
Dates: 1964-2007.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 0.5 cu. ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of W. Robert Hamlin, 2007.
Description: Collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper articles and editorials, and research materials related to Marshall University joining the Southern Conference. Other materials in the collection are related the formation of the MU School of Medicine and the construction of the MU Multi-Purpose Facility Cam Henderson Center, and the MU athletic alumni organization, Big Green. Additionally, Mr. Hamlin has included an essay written by his uncle, Mr. William F. Blackburn, Jr., entitled "The Formation of the Williamson, W. Va. Branch College and Southern W. Va. Community College."

HAMMAT FAMILY.
Accession 1948/01.0040
Dates: 1822-1862.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 59 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Received from Giles Hammat, ca. 1948.
Description: Correspondence between members of the Giles and Samuel Hammat families of Wood (now Pleasants) County, Virginia, and their relatives in Loudon County, Virginia, and in Missouri. Contains a description of a trip by packet boat from Cincinnati to Vicksburg, 1846-1847.

HANCOCK-WILSON Papers.
ACCESSION 1975/02.0080.
Dates: 1887-1950.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 cu. ft. .
Method of Acquisition and date: Acquired, 1975.
Description: Letters written during World War I; Proctorville, Ohio and Huntington, W.Va. families; World War II letters.

HANLEY, N. K.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0037.
Dates: 1868-1874.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 3 items.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Teachers' certificates issued in Wayne County, West Virginia.

HANSEN, Donald and Nell Rose Hale.
ACCESSION 1983/06.0378.
Dates: 1925-1979.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 linear foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. Hansen, 1983.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, residents and former members of the United States Air Force: Mr. Hansen from 1943 to 1964; Mrs. Hansen from 1951 to 1958. Papers consist of service-related items, including special orders, certificates, photographs, applications, training school papers, and other related items.

HARMON, Maurice.
ACCESSION 590.
Dates: 1993-1994.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 0.25 linear ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Maurice Harmon, 1994.
Description: Professor of Anglo-Irish literature at University of Dublin; visiting scholar at Marshall University, 1992. Papers consist of galley proof of Harmon's Sean O'Faolain and correspondence with the publisher.

HARN, Ellen Dorcas, 1829-1930.
ACCESSION 665.
Dates: 1871-1977.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers (photoreproductions), 14 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. Evan K. Evans, 1997.
Description: Marshall college faculty member, ca. 1870-1871. Primarily letters from former students and friends at Marshall keeping her apprised of personal and school activities; includes an article about Miss Harn describing her life in Nebraska.

HARPER, William A.
ACCESSION 1978/02.0216.
Dates: 1977.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript, 179 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of William Harper, 1978.
Description: Draft of Community, Junior, and Technical Colleges: A Public Relations Sourcebook with corrections and proofreader's marks.

HARRIS, Arvil Ernest, 1899-1964.
ACCESSION 1980/07.0302.
Dates: 1925-1965.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 4 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. A. E. Harris, 1980.
Description: Marshall University dean of the graduate school; educator. Papers include dissertation, certificates, family history, personal papers, and files related to service on the Huntington, West Virginia, City Council.

HARRIS, Kate.
ACCESSION 1974/04.0191 (PROCESSED; MS 53)
Dates: [1910].
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript (carbon copy), 43 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Purchased, 1974.
Description: A history of Parkersburg, West Virginia.

HARRISON, Sally Walton.
ACCESSION 1984/07.0398.
Dates: 1903.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 5 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harrison, 1984.
Description: Information concerning genealogy of Walton family of Brunswick County, Virginia.

HARSHBARGER, John D.
ACCESSION 605.
Dates: 1862-1961.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 21 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Loaned for copying by James E. Ball, 1995.
Description: Milton, W. Va. resident and sheriff of Cabell Co., W. Va. Bulk of collection relates to his service in the Civil War in the 3rd W. Va. Cavalry; includes the sheriff's ledger, 1867-1871.

HARVEY FAMILY.
ACCESSION 406 and 406-A.
Dates: 1897-1958.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, ca. 12 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Thomas Harvey, Jr., 1985.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, family. Includes material related to business interests of Thomas Harvey, correspondence, school papers, teaching materials of Marshall College English professor Helen Brandebury Harvey, and photographs.

HATFIELD, Henry Drury, 1875-1962.
ACCESSION 1964/01.0283.
Dates: 1913-1957.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 12.5 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Hazel Hatfield Fairless and Carolyn Karr, 1963.
Description: Governor of West Virginia, 1913-1917. Papers consist primarily of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, 1936-1941; miscellaneous legal papers and correspondence are also included. Correspondence and other papers are also located at West Virginia University.

HAWKINS, John L.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0028.
Dates: 1928-1929.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Letters, 3 items.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, resident. Two letters from Franklin D. Roosevelt concerning the future of the National Democratic Party, and a carbon copy of Mr. Hawkins' reply.

HAY, Helen Dorothy.
ACCESSION 2008/04.0764
Dates:
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 2 cu. ft. and 3 oversize items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Kenneth Reiffet, 2007.
Description: Unprocessed.

HAYES, Robert B., collector.
ACCESSION 573 (PROCESSED: MS 32-A)
Dates: 1965-1984.
Papers, 40 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Robert B. Hayes, 1993.
Description: Marshall University dean and president. Papers consist of items related to Jesse Stuart: newspaper clippings, ephemera and correspondence.

HAYNER, Wallace Garfield.
Accession 1975/04.0093
Dates: 1933-1973.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1.5 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. Hayner, 1975.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, resident. Included are a manuscript of a history of West Virginia compiled from secondary sources and oral tradition, personal reminiscences of `Devil Anse' Hatfield, poetry, and personal papers.

HECHLER, George.
ACCESSION 1976/12.0168; RESTRICTED ACCESS; by permission of Dr. Hechler.
Dates: 1861-1865.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Letters, 100 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. Kenneth Hechler, 1976.
Description: Letters from a Union soldier to his sister in Marietta, Ohio; contains description of the Battle of Chickamauga.

HECHLER, Dr. Kenneth.
Former Marshall University faculty member, U.S. Congressman from West Virginia's 4th District, and former Secretary of State of West Virginia. All entries below are the gift of Dr. Hechler and are listed in Accession number order.
Accession 1977/01.0199
Dates: 1958-1976.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 400 cubic feet.
Date of Gift: 1977-present.
Description: Congressional papers: files of correspondence from constituents; materials related to proposed Midway Airport, black lung legislation, strip-mining, environmental issues, the United Mine Workers of America; committee files. Included are 75 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, committee proceedings and Congressional Records.
ACCESSION 702
Dates: 1993-1998.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Correspondence, 6 items.
Date of Gift: Gift of Carolyn Bagby, 2001.
Description: Letters to Cecil Roberts of Fort Worth, Texas about Hechler’s book, The Bridge at Remagen; includes a letter from L. E. Engeman, Col. U. S. Army ret., who commanded the 14th Tank Battalion at the taking of the bridge.
ACCESSION 2010/05.0777.
Dates: ____ - 2010.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, ca. 200 cubic feet
Date of Gift: October, 2009 -
Description: Personal family papers, photographs and correspondence. Includes research material for Hechler's book, The Bridge at Remagen. Also includes campaign material for Congressional races, West Virginia Secretary of State and a bid for the governorship of West Virginia.

HEINRICH, Dorothy Ward.
ACCESSION 490.
Dates: 1988.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript (photoreproduction), 43 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Robert Belcher, 1989.
Description: Genealogy of Byrd and Hackworth families of Cabell County, West Virginia.

HENDERSON, Eli Camden `Cam,' 1890-1956.
ACCESSION 1984/03.0391 (PROCESSED; MS 141)
Dates: ca. 1906-1956.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 8 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. Sam Clagg, 1984, 1986, 1989.
Description: Marshall College football and basketball coach, 1935-1955, noted for championship teams and use of the fast break in basketball. Papers include material from Henderson's student days at Bristol High School, Harrison County, West Virginia, and Muskingum College, in Ohio; coaching career at Davis and Elkins College and Marshall College; correspondence; photographs; notebooks of coaching techniques. Included also are materials related to his wife, Roxie Bell Henderson; brother-in-law Farley Bell and daughter Camille Henderson Waldeck.

HENDRICKSON, John R.
ACCESSION 2008/10.0767
Dates: 1969.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Memorabilia, 0.25 cu. ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Brady Lipscomb, 2007.
Description: Two photographs and memorabilia (Fraternity paddle and t-shirt) related to the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity chapter at Marshall University in 1969.

HENKING, C. C. collector.
Accession 1974/06.0067
Dates: 1795-1861.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1.5 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Permanent loan of the Huntington Museum of Art, 1974.
Description: Land patents, deeds, titles, abstracts and indentures, some in French, of properties located primarily in present-day Putnam and Cabell Counties, West Virginia.

HENRY, S. A.
ACCESSION 1979/08.0261.
Dates: 1946.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Letter, 1 page.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred, 1979.
Author of Cancer of the Scrotum in Relation to Occupation; letter to Sir Edmund Spriggs, comments on Spriggs' 1944 Harveian oration and interest in occupational medicine.

HENSLEY, Frances S.
ACCESSION 653.
Dates: 1979-1983.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 0.5 linear ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Frances Hensley, 1996.
Description: Marshall University history professor and administrator. Papers relate to the W. Va. White House Conference on Families (1980) and the Women’s Work Conference held in Huntington, W. Va. in 1983.

HENSLEY, J. L.
ACCESSION 1973/11.0060.
Dates: undated.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript (mimeograph), 20 pages.
Method of Acquisition and date: Acquired, 1973.
Description: `Rise and Progress of the Church of the United Brethren of Christ in West Virginia,' written in 1886 on the fiftieth anniversary of the church in the state.

HERRENKOHL, Hugo Hart, 1898- .
ACCESSION 656.Dates:
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript, [19] leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Benjamin Cyrus, Jr., 1997.
Description: Cabell Co., W. Va. resident; ‘From the past’ recounts his reminiscences of life in rural Cabell Co. during the early 20th century. Includes genealogical information about the Blake family of Cabell Co.

HETZER, James Thomas, 1915-1987.
ACCESSION 652.Dates: 1991.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbook, 1 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Carol Watson, 1996.
Description: Huntington, W. Va. theatrical producer. Scrapbook was prepared by Hetzer’s sister Mabel C. Hetzer for his nomination to the Huntington High School Hall of Fame.

HIGH SCHOOL BOWL.
ACCESSION 546.
Dates: 1985-1991.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Questions, 0.25 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. David A. Cusick, 1992.
Description: Questions used in the local Hi-Q, or High School Bowl, competition, televised locally, with area high school students as contestants. Dr. Cusick was the coordinator. Material is copyrighted by the College Bowl, Inc.

HILL, A. N.
ACCESSION 2004/09.0741.
Dates: 1865.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Letter, 1 leaf.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Nancy Hanger.
Description: Letter to the Cabell Petroleum Company transferring Hill's rights to William Gray for $1000.

HILL, George J.
ACCESSION 2012/01.0789
Dates:
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, est. 50 cu. ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. George Hill, 2011.
Description: Marshall University alumni. Rare medical books, medical histories, and articles related to various aspects of medicine.

HILL, John F.
ACCESSION 1978/11.0244.
Dates: 1947.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Letter, 1 leaf.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred, 1978.
Description: Letter to Miss Bernice Wright, mathematics professor at Marshall College from a student, expressing his appreciation of her skill and patience.

HINCHMAN, Roger and Eve (Alwyn)
ACCESSION 2009/04.0769
Dates: 1871-1994.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 7 linear ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Kent Leonhardt, 2007.
Description: Eve Alwyn-Hinchman was a successful television and radio personality with her mother Laurie Alwyn, both in Boston M.A. and Fort Lauderdale FL. Eve and Lauri hosted radio shows in the Baltimore MD area for over 7 years before moving to Florida where they hosted a radio and later a television show in the Palm Beach FL area. Eve was married to Roger Hinchman. This collection contains an assortment of materials primarily related to Eve and Laurie's show and life in Florida and Roger's business matters.

HINCHMAN HERITAGE SOCIETY, INC.
ACCESSION 637.
Dates: 1989-1996.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 15 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Wavel Hinchman Webb, 1996.
Description: Family genealogical association papers include photographs, circular letters, and a pedigree chart.

HINES FAMILY.
ACCESSION 536.
Dates: 1878-1976.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, .25 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Genevieve Darden Sayre, 1991.
Description: Papers of physician Oscar Taylor Hines and family include Hines's letters to his father while Hines was in medical school in Richmond, VA, 1897-1898. Also contains newspaper clippings, photographs, and other letters relating to the family in Wayne County and Huntington, West Virginia.

HITE, Delmar R., compiler.
ACCESSION 192 (PROCESSED; MS 54, Book 1)
Dates: 1973.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript (photoreproduction), 179 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Loaned for copying by Mrs. Juanita K. Burdette, 1977.
Description: Jackson County, West Virginia, 1860 census, and 1861 land book listings.

HODGSON, Marshall Goodwin Simms, 1921-1968.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0163.
Dates: 1966-1967.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript (mimeograph; fluid copy),
Method of Acquisition and date: Acquired ca. 1973.
Description: Transcriptions of lectures about Islamic thought; a draft of Ventures in Islam.

HOFFMAN, Charles Anthony (Carl), 1905-1987.
Accessions 1974/01.0094 and 1977/06.0189
Dates: 1946-1975
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 6.5 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. Hoffman, 1974, 1977.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, urologist, past president of the American Urological Association and the American Medical Association. Papers consist of his speeches, scrapbooks, certificates, and other materials relating to his terms of office. Includes many items of memorabilia.

HOLDERBY, James.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0049
Dates: 1838.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Indenture, 1838.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred to Archives, 1973.
Description: Original holographic deed, transferring land to Marshall Academy Board of Trustees.

HOLLIDAY, Colleen and Cheryl Fuller.
ACCESSION 1975/10.0110 (PROCESSED; MS 30)
Dates: 1972.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript, 15 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift, 1975.
Description: 'Home Remedies,' a research paper written for an Appalachian Culture class at Marshall University, exploring the applications of folk medicine.

HOLLY, Cornelius.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0039.
Dates: 1857.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Indenture, 1 item.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Indenture for the sale of a 125-acre tract of land in Mason County, (West) Virginia to Mildred Clagg.

HOLOHAN, John. .
ACCESSION 1981/10.0345.
Dates: 1861-1865.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Diary,1 vol. Mimeograph copy.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Ruth Ann Meadows, 1981.
Description: First Sergeant, Captain Curtin's company `A,' 45th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. Contains accounts of Vicksburg and Petersburg campaigns, camp on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

HOSTETTER, Helen L. Davis.
ACCESSION 667.
Dates: 1973-1996.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 7 cubic ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of David Hostetter, 1998.
Description: Huntington, W.Va. native. Papers consist of Mrs. Hostetter’s genealogical research into the Morris, Davis, McNamara, Sonner, Crump and Bowyer families of Wayne and Kanawha Counties, W. Va.

HUBBARD FAMILY.
ACCESSION 533.
Dates: 1702-1960.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 74 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of William Wise, 1991.
Description: Genealogy of Dearborn County, Indiana, and Grayson County, Kentucky family and reminiscences of the 7th Indiana Infantry during the Civil War, at the battles of Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, Bull Run, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Antietam, and the Wilderness Campaign.

HUDOK, Amy, collector.
ACCESSION 694.
Dates: 1973-2000.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 6 items and 2 compact discs.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Amy Hudok, 2000.
Description: Photoreproduction of typescript, “Writings of Edwina Pepper;” scanned images of issues of the Mountain Call, 1973-1977.

HUGHES, Revella Eudosia, 1895-1987.
ACCESSIONS 410 and 493; (PROCESSED; MS 91, 91-A)
Dates: 1895-1987.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers (in part, photoreproductions), 6.5 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. Hughes and her estate, 1984, 1989.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, native; musician, teacher, performer, recitalist. Papers include a photoreproduction of Dr. Hughes' pressbook containing certificates, programs, and newspaper clippings pertaining to her career in New York and on tour. Original pressbook located in the Moorland-Springarn Research Center, Howard University. Later accession includes holograph arrangements for the organ; research papers written while a graduate student at Northwestern University, where Dr. Hughes earned a Masters of Music degree in 1942; other papers, plaques, and certificates.

HUNTINGTON, Collis Potter, 1821-1900.
Accession 1979/08.0269
Dates: 1797-1904.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 115 reels of microfilm; Originals located in George Arents Research Library of Syracuse University.
Method of Acquisition and date: Purchased, 1979.
Description: Capitalist, railroad magnate. Papers consist of incoming correspondence 54 reels), letterpress copy books (35 reels), legal and financial papers (23 reels), and personal papers (3 reels).

HUNTINGTON AND KENOVA LAND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY.
ACCESSION 1977/02.0174.
Dates: 1892-1895.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 2 items.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: A contract (1892) and deed (1895) between the company and the Huntington and Big Sandy Railroad Company.

HUNTINGTON-KENOVA LAND COMPANY.
ACCESSION 495 (PROCESSED; MS 118)
Dates: 1754-1889.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Title deeds, 1 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of George S. Wallace III, 1989.
Description: (See also Savage Grant land surveys)Holograph `Title Deeds Showing Title to Certain Lands of Huntington-Kenova Land Co. in Wayne County, West Virginia; Contains the Order Made in 1819 in the High Court of Chancery (Staunton, Virginia) Confirming the Partition of the Savage Grant,' compiled by George S. Wallace.

HUNTINGTON [W.Va.] AUDUBON SOCIETY.
ACCESSION 411.
Dates: 1940-1980.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbooks, 2 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth Risen, 1984.
Description: Formerly the Huntington Bird Club (1940-1969). Scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, programs, and photographs of activities.

HUNTINGTON [BANKS].
ACCESSION 1973/01.0022.
Dates: 1919-1965.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbooks, 3 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Newspaper clippings of reports of conditions of banks in and near Huntington, West Virginia: The First National Bank, Union Bank and Trust, Cabell County Bank, Ohio Valley Bank, Huntington National Bank, and others.

HUNTINGTON [W.Va.] CIVIC LEAGUE.
ACCESSION 1979/02.0247 (PROCESSED; MS 67)
Dates: 1946-1978.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Records, 2 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Mildred T. Martin, 1979.
Local affiliate of the General Federation of Women's Clubs; promoted civic activities until disbandment. Includes scrapbooks, minutes, correspondence and yearbooks.

HUNTINGTON [W.Va.] COMMITTEE FOR UNICEF.
ACCESSION 1981/04.0328.
Dates: 1974-1981.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, .5 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Miss Jane Brugger, 1981.
Description: Minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial papers, and inventory sheets for the local committee of the United Nations Children's Fund.

HUNTINGTON [W.Va.] COUNCIL OF GARDEN CLUBS.
ACCESSION 470.
Dates: 1978.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbooks, 3 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Mary Ettling Summer, 1988.
Description: Huntington civic and horticultural group. Scrapbooks depict an award-winning Council garden show; include photographs and newspaper clippings as well as written report on conservation project.

HUNTINGTON [W.Va.] HIGH SCHOOL.
ACCESSION 2004-0734.
Dates: 1890-2003.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 v.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Carol Watson.
Description: Commencement programs; class reunion materials and scrapbook; photographs.

HUNTINGTON HOMEMAKERS (Huntington, W. Va.).
ACCESSION 639.
Dates: 1957-1992.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, O.25 cubic ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Received ca. 1994.
Description: African-American extension homemakers’ group of Huntington, W. Va. Papers consist of programs of events, correspondence, certificates, photographs, club rosters and newspaper clippings.

HUNTINGTON [W.Va.] HUMANE SOCIETY.
ACCESSION 556.
Dates: 1951-1953.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbook, 1 volume.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Mary Ettling Summer, 1992.
Newspaper clippings of activities of local humane society group.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] JAYCEES.
ACCESSION 541.
Dates: 1945-1946.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbook, 1 vol. : 75 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Chris Hatten, 1992.
Description: "Award entry on Geissenbier Award," submitted by the Junior Chamber of Commerce details civic and war-related activities with newspaper clippings, photographs and correspondence.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] LEAGUE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF JUNIOR LEAGUES INTERNATIONAL.
ACCESSION 2002.0709.
Dates: 1929-1997.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 12 cu. ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Elizabeth Sheets, 2002.
Description: The records of the Huntington League of the Association of Junior Leagues International consist of newsletters, yearbooks, annual reports, program materials and other published materials, scrapbooks, and production books from the Junior Leagues' programs.  The focus of the collection primarily covers the League's publications and papers from their programs and activities.  The inclusive dates range from 1929 to 1997, however, most materials are from the 1950s through the 1970s.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS.
ACCESSION 534.
Dates: 1950-1991.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 cubic foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Nancy Taylor, 1991.
Description: Scrapbook; files of various community projects undertaken by this civic group.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] EARLY SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION.
ACCESSION 477 (PROCESSED; MS 111).
Dates: 1917-1928.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Notebook, 135 pp.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Lady Lou Lallance Jenkins, 1988.
Description: Typescript reminiscences of the founding of Huntington in 1871 and its early years as the Ohio River terminus of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
ACCESSION 494 (PROCESSED; MS 117).
Dates: 1872-1932.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Records, 2 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: On permanent loan of the Church Council, 1989.
Description: Minutes, membership lists, deeds, and other documents.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] EAST HIGH SCHOOL.
ACCESSION 1982/08.0367.
Dates: 1964.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbook, 36 pp.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Wendell Cornetet, 1982.
Description: Compiled by the students of East High School in honor of the retirement of Mr. Cornetet, principal; includes programs and testimonial letters from teachers, students and alumni.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] MILLER SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION.
ACCESSION 263.
Dates: 1966-1967.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Scrapbook, 1 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred, 1979.
Description: Newspaper clippings, announcements, reports and photographs of activities during the school year, including photographs of each class and its teacher.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] PARKS AND RECREATION PHOTO COLLECTION
ACCESSION 2012/01.0792.
Dates: 1950 - 2012.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Photographs and blueprints, 0.5 cu. ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of the Greater Huntington Parks and Recreation District, 2012.
Description: Collection consists primarily of photographs and building blueprints for the Veteran's Memorial Field House in Huntington, W. Va. The Field House was demolished in 2012 to make way for the Marshall University Soccer Complex.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] PHI BETA KAPPA ASSOCIATES.
ACCESSION 1975/12.0122.
Dates: 1927-1960.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 linear foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred, 1975.
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, membership lists, financial reports and pamphlets related to an attempt to establish a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Marshall College.

HUNTINGTON PUBLISHING COMPANY NEGATIVES.
ACCESSIONS 1983/10.0384 and 1984/02.0390 and 440 (IN PROCESS; MS 85)
Dates: 1957; 1959-1960.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Photographic Negatives,4 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Lloyd D. Lewis, 1983, and Mrs. Bobbie Adkins, 1986.
Description: Film negatives for newspaper publication: fires, accidents, club officers, and many other subjects.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] STATE HOSPITAL.
ACCESSIONS 482 and 584.
RESTRICTED ACCESS; by permission of hospital staff.
Dates: 1897-1984.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 3 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Permanent loan, 1988, 1994.
Description: Historical materials; correspondence of hospital personnel and patients; newspaper clippings; photographs. Significant to the collection are the files relating to transorbital lobotomies performed by Dr. Walter Freeman in the 1950's.

HUNTINGTON [W. Va.] WOMAN'S CLUB.
ACCESSIONS 1981/01.0325 and 468(PROCESSED; MS 108)
Dates: 1900-1986.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Records (photoreproduction), .5 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Loaned for copying by Mrs. Genevieve Brothers and Mrs. Jack Steelman, 1981, 1988.
Description: Women's civic and cultural organization. Includes minutes of the Music Department (1922-1964) and historian's reports to 1986 as well as photographs, newspaper clippings and yearbooks.

HURT, Lena.
ACCESSION 1977/01.0170.
Dates: 1977.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript (photoreproduction), 11 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Loaned for copying by Kenneth Reffeitt, 1977.
Description: 'History of the Twentieth Street Baptist Church, Huntington, West Virginia,' from its organization in 1888 until 1976.
 
   
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