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Historic Huntsville Quarterly 1975 to 2008

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly of Local Architecture and Preservation was published by the The Historic Huntsville Foundation from 1975 until 2008. Although publication has now ceased, the existing issues are a great source of information about the architecture and history of Huntsville. Additional information is available at the Foundation's website where the issues and a Table of Contents are available. In addition, the following Table of Contents was provided by Linda Bayer Allen with updates and links by the Webmaster.

Full Text Search of The Historic Huntsville Quarterly and The Huntsville Historical Review is also available.

Volume I, 1975

January-February, 1975 - I:1, Claire Johnston, Editor

  • HHF Resolution Ignored by Chamber by Bill Nailen
  • Weeden Home Restoration Shaping Up by Claire Johnston
  • Huntsville 150 Years Ago by Nan Holloway
  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Chairman's Report by Lynwood Smith
  • Treasurer's Report by R. Thomas Beason
  • Minutes of Meetings

April-June, 1975 - I:2, Claire Johnston, Editor

  • Jeremiah Clemens Home by Dr. Frances Roberts, Harvie P. Jones, Trice Hinds
  • Boston Museum Refinishing Secrets from "The Old House Journal"
  • Huntsville 150 Years Ago by Nan Holloway
  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Tea--Delightful!
  • Treasurer's Report by R. Thomas Beason
  • Minutes of Meeting
  • Announcements

July-September, 1975 - I:3, Claire Johnston, Editor

  • HHF Applies for $16,500.00 Grant to Study Local Architecture
  • Cleaning Wicker Furniture
  • Chairman's Report by Lynwood Smith
  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Treasurer's Report by R. Thomas Beason
  • Huntsville 150 Years Ago by Nan Holloway
  • Minutes of Meetings
  • Distinguished Area Citizens: Henry H. Chambers by Henry S. Marks
  • Refinishing Stripped Wood
  • Publications That Can Help
  • Announcements

October-December, 1975 - I:4 Henry Marks, Editor

  • Sketches of the Times Building by George Dickerson
  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Chairman's Report by Lynwood Smith
  • Editor's Report by Henry Marks
  • Selecting and Using Chemical Paint Removers by Arthur S. Green
  • Distinguished Area Citizens: David Moore by Henry S. Marks

Volume II, 1976

January-February, 1976 - II:1, Henry Marks, Editor

  • Huntsville Theatre by Mrs. Bessie King Russell
  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Making Wood Mouldings the Old Way by Burton L. Brown
  • Treasurer's Report by R. Thomas Beason
  • Editor's Report by Henry Marks
  • Distinguished Area Citizens: Thomas Fearn by Henry S. Marks
  • Announcements

April-June, 1976 - II:2, Henry Marks, Editor

  • Award of Merit from the Alabama Historical Commission
  • Editor's Report by Henry Marks
  • June Meeting
  • Inventory of Huntsville Architecture by Mrs. Linda Bayer
  • Parts of a Staircase
  • Distinguished Area Citizens: William Irvin Advair by Henry S. Marks

July-September, 1976 - II:3, Henry Marks, Editor

  • Design of Law Offices at 229 East Side Square
  • Editor's Report by Henry Marks
  • Insulation and the Old House by William N. Papian
  • Remedies for 'Dark, Ugly' Workwork
  • Announcements

October-December, 1976 - II:4 Henry Marks, Editor

  • Drawing of Green Bottom Inn
  • Thoughts on Renovation of Our House on Randolph Street by Peter and Lee Barber
  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Editor's Report
  • A Guide to Lighting the Old House by Carolyn Flaherty

Volume III, 1977

January-February, 1977 - III:1, Henry Marks, Editor

  • Old Chairman's Report by Lynwood Smith, Jr.
  • New Chairman's Report by Nancy W. Van Valkenburgh
  • Essay Contest
  • Editor's Report
  • About the Railroad and our Depot by Mrs. Richard H. Gilliam, Jr.
  • Huntsville's Architectural Inventory: An Update by Linda Bayer
  • The Queen Anne Style by Renee Kahn

April-June, 1977 - III:2, Henry Marks, Editor

  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Editor's Comment
  • The Aspen Place
  • Ground Breaking Ceremony, Constitution Hall Park by Henry Marks
  • At Auction: Howard Weeden Home
  • Painted Floors from Old House Journal

July-September, 1977 - III:3, Henry Marks, Editor

  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Editor's Comment
  • A Proposal for the Establishment of a Tourist Center at 401 Madison Street
  • Re-Creating the Effect of Colonial Plaster Walls by Jack R. Cunningham
  • Re-Creating Victorian Gingerbread by Jerry M. Lesandro
  • Adams Street Fair

October-December, 1977 - III:4 Henry Marks, Editor

  • Officers of the Historic Huntsville Foundation, Inc.
  • Editor's Note
  • Architect George Steele - He Designed, Built City's Early Edifices
  • Early Huntsville Female College was Community-Backed Project
  • Green Academy was Vital to Development of the Area
  • Early Athens: Log Cabin Aristrocracy

Volume IV, 1978

January-March 1978 - IV:1, Henry Marks, Editor

  • From the Editor by Henry Marks
  • Photographs of Lost Huntsville Buildings
  • Uncovering a Turn Of The Century Beauty by Kay Blair

Volume V, 1978-1979

Fall 1978 – V:1 Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • Taxes and Historic Preservation by Linda Bayer
I. Tax Reform Act of 1976
II. Standards for Rehabilitation
III. Alabama Ad Valorem Taxation
IV. National Register Properties in Madison County
  • Old Town Historic District by Linda Bayer
  • News...
  • Reviews: American Preservation & Identifying American Architecture
  • And Old Views: O. M. Hundley House by Linda Bayer
  • From the Chairman by Lynn Jones

Winter 1979 – V:2, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • Downtown Huntsville
I. Its Architecture and Preservation
II. Its Revitalization
  • News...
  • Reviews: Downtown Birmingham & Nineteenth Century Mobile Architecture
  • And Old Views: Madison County Courthouse by Linda Bayer
  • From the Chairman by Lynn Jones

Spring 1979 – V:3, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • George Steele: Huntsville’s Antebellum Architect by Linda Bayer
  • From the Chairman by Lynn Jones

Summer 1979 – V:4, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • Huntsville: 1866-1927, 60 Years of History from Newspaper Accounts by Linda Bayer?
  • News...
  • Reviews: The Cape May Handbook & Rehab Right
  • And Old Views: Huntsville Female College by Linda Bayer

Volume VI, 1979-1980

Fall 1979 – VI:1, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • Some Guidelines for Storefront Rehabilitation by April Eberly
  • Façade Easements, A Tax Break for the Homeowner
  • News...
  • Reviews: Eutaw, The Builders and Architecture of an Ante-Bellum Southern Town reviewed by John Sarn
  • And Old Views: Huntsville Female Seminary by Linda Bayer
  • From the Chairman by Lynn Jones

Winter 1980 – VI:2, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • As It Was Then: Reminiscences of a Huntsville Childhood by Dorothea Johnston Snow
  • A Letter to the Editor from Kathleen and Lee James
  • News...
  • Reviews: Cease Not To Think of Me: Steele Family Letters reviewed by Ann Boucher
  • And Old Views: Huntsville’s City Halls by Linda Bayer
  • From the Chairman by Lynn Jones

Spring 1980 – VI:3, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • Downtown Apartments, A Report from Franklin, (TN) by Rudy Jordan
  • Dual Occupancy in Huntsville
  • Preservation Education by Lynn Jones
  • The National Register
  • A Renovation Proposal for Washington Street by Steve Kling
  • Local Design Review
  • News...
  • Reviews: William Nichols, Architect reviewed by Harvie Jones
  • And Old Views: Palmer Hall, A&M University
  • From the Chairman by Lynn Jones
  • Lincoln Mill, destroyed by fire

Summer 1980 – VI:4, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • The Romance and Realism of Monte Sano by Francis C. Roberts
  • Relics (poem) by Susan Luther
  • News...
  • Reviews: of Various preservation organizations
  • And Old Views: Huntsville – 1880 by Patricia Ryan
  • From the Chairman by Sarah W. Warren

Volume VII, 1980-1981

Fall 1980 – VII:1, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • Federal Period Residential Architecture in Huntsville and Madison County, 1805-1835 by Harvie Jones

Winter 1981 – VII:2, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • From the Editor by Linda Bayer
  • New National Register Properties in Downtown Huntsville by Linda Bayer
The Historical Background
The New Listings

Spring 1981 – VII:3, Linda Bayer, Editor
The Memphis & Charleston Railroad in Alabama, 1850-1898

  • The Railroad Comes to Huntsville by Linda Bayer
  • M&C Stations and Stops by Catherine K. Gilliam
  • News...
  • Old House Sestina, Remembering Howard Weeden (poem) by Susan Luther

Summer 1981 – VII:4, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • Greek Revival Period Architecture in Huntsville and Madison County, 1830-1845 Martha H. Simms
  • Huntsville’s Expanding City Limits by Linda Bayer

Volume VIII, 1981-1982

Fall 1981 – VIII:1, Linda Bayer, Editor
The Maria Howard Weeden House (300 Gates Avenue)

  • Introduction
  • The Structure by Harvie Jones
  • The Gardens by Sarah Huff Fisk
  • The Owners by Frances C. Roberts

Winter 1982 – VIII:2, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • Edgar Lee Love, Huntsville Architect & Preservationist by Linda Bayer
  • Stately Old Architecture in Alabama by Edgar Love
  • Taxes and Preservation
  • HHFoundation News...
  • Lyric Theater, destroyed by fire
  • From the Chairman by Sarah W. Warren

Spring 1982 – VIII:3, Linda Bayer, Editor
Constitution Hall Park

  • The Role of Madison County in Achieving Statehood for Alabama by Frances C. Roberts
  • Constitution Hall Park, Architectural Notes by Harvie P. Jones
  • A Style of Life, Recreating Huntsville of 1819 by Dan Hoisington
  • Household Inventory of John Williams Walker, May 26, 1823

Summer 1982 – VIII:4, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • Introduction
  • Huntsville in 1925 (from the Huntsville Daily Times of 28 June)
  • No Expansion of City Boundaries in Many Years
  • Residential Developments Are Under Way
  • Recent $150,000 Bond Issue Will Permit Early Erection of New Schools by F. W. Williams
  • History of the Fight for Better Highways in Madison County by R. E. Pettus
  • Orchard Place Is Ideal Site of New Links
  • Huntsville’s Magnificent New Hospital
  • Judd Studio
  • Huntsville Gas Company
  • Earl Cline Opens Office Here
  • Day and Night Shift to Work
  • A. M. Booth Is Home Builder
  • Quaint Landmarks Pass As Progress Invades Huntsville by Miss Florence G. Shreve

Volume IX, 1982-1983

Fall/Winter 1982/83 – IX:1&2, Linda Bayer, Editor
Roadside Architecture

  • Introduction by Linda Bayer
  • The Gasoline Station by Linda Bayer
  • The Motel by Linda Bayer
  • Preservation by Linda Bayer

Spring/Summer 1983 – IX:3&4, Linda Bayer, Editor

  • Quietdale (401 Quietdale Drive) by Micky Maroney
  • Habitat (poem) by Susan Luther

The McCartney-Bone-Wilbourn House

  • Historical Background by Laura Mae Wilbourn
  • Civil War Reminiscences by Lillian Bone Paul
  • Humorous Huntsville Happenings by Patricia H. Ryan
  • The Calhoun House (Eustis Avenue) by Linda Bayer
  • Preservation Branches Out by Ralph Allen
  • ETCETERA

Volumes X & XI, 1983-1985

Fall/Winter 1983/84 – X:1&2, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • History of East Huntsville by Joberta Wasson
  • The Organization of a Third Historic District in Huntsville by Marilyn Kavanaugh
  • Sears Mail-Order Houses by Micky Maroney
  • Bragg-Kavanaugh House (1506 McCullough Avenue) by Micky Maroney
  • Update Downtown: A Revolution by Toni Reynolds

Spring/Summer/Fall 1984 – X:3&4 and XI:1, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • Celebrations and Toasts by Micky Maroney
  • Huntsville Inns of the Early 1800’s by Micky Maroney
  • Huntsville’s Old Hotels by Joberta Wasson
  • Reminders of the Good Old Days (menus)
  • Foul Birds Disappear from “Cuckoos’ Nests” from The Weekly Times, June 8, 1916

Winter/Spring 1985 – XI:2&3, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • Dating the Bibb House: Lore, Theory, and Fact by Eleanor Newman Hutchens
  • The Bungalow and Other 20th Century Residential Architecture in Huntsville: An Overview by Harvie Jones

Summer 1985 – XI:4, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • Huntsville Houses Vanished, A Pictorial Tour of old houses that have vanished from the Huntsville Scenery

Volume XII, 1985-1986

Fall/Winter 1985/86 – XII:1&2, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • Letters to the Editor from Clay Lancaster and Dr. Hutchens
  • Private Schools of Yesteryear: Shepherd’s School & Williams Training School by Joberta Wasson
  • The Oteys and Green Lawn by Micky Maroney
  • 1928 Residential Plan from the American Builder

Spring/Summer 1986 – XII:3&4, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • A Brief History of Huntsville Schools by Dr. Frances Roberts & Dr. H. D. Nelson
  • Summary of the 16th-Section Land History by James Record
  • A Brief Sketch of Huntsville’s School Architecture, 1882-1975 by Harvie P. Jones
  • The Mill Schools of Huntsville by Aida Reinbolt

Volumes XIII & XIV, 1986-1988

Fall 1986 – XIII:1, Micky Maroney, Editor
Huntsville and Madison County Chamber of Commerce – 1919

  • From the Editor
  • Happy Hustling Huntsville
  • Brief Facts about the Cotton Mill Industry of Huntsville
  • Auto Route, Huntsville to All Florida and Alabama Points, via Gadsden
  • Imperial Madison County

Winter 1987 – XIII:2, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • The White-Turner-Sanford Home: Legacy of an Elusive Virginian (601 Madison) by William J. Stubno, Jr.
  • Specifications (poem) by Nell Esslinger

Spring 1987 – XIII:3, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • The Huntsville Daily Times Building: An Early Example of Art Deco Style by Linda Bayer
  • Center for Historic Houses: New Advocacy for Historic House Owners
  • Is your House Historic? Recognition Can Be a Boon to Ownership
  • Façade Easements

Summer/Fall 1987 – XIII:4 & XIV:1, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • Having Wonderful Times, Wish You Were Here by Ralph Allen

A Tourist’s-Eye-View of Huntsville: Picture Postcards, Early 1900’s to Mid 1950’s

  • Street Scenes – Downtown
  • Courthouses
  • Buildings – Public and Commercial
  • Hotels
  • Schools
  • Churches
  • Street Scenes – Residential
  • Homes
  • Mills
  • The Big Spring
  • Monte Sano
  • Motels
  • Miscellaneous

Winter/Spring 1988 – XIV:2&3, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • Prominent Private Schools – 1908 to 1929 Including Butler Training School and Wills-Taylor/Huntsville College, by Joberta Wasson
  • Winston-Orgain-Sammons House: The Evolution and Restoration of a Federal House 401 Lincoln Street by Aida Reinbolt
  • The Man Behind he Pictures – Artist Lee Harless by Pat Woodward

Summer 1988 – XIV:4, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • Blevins Gap: A Road Less Traveled by Nancy Rohr
  • Green Lawn Update: Changes Under Way at the Old Plantation by Micky Maroney
  • First Bathtub Said to be a Monte Sano Product
  • Monte Sano Mountain Had Early Health Settlement by Pat Jones

Volume XV, 1988-1989

Fall/Winter 1988-89 – XV:1&2 Micky Maroney, Editor

  • Maple Hill Cemetery by Joberta Wasson
  • The Huntsville Powder House
  • Contract for the First Courthouse in Lincoln County Tennessee
  • Huntsville Becomes a Town – From Wilderness Log Cabins to Sturdy Brick Buildings

Spring 1989 – XV:3, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • The Withers-Chapman-Johnson House: A Plantation Cottage (2409 Dairy Lane) by Micky Maroney

Summer 1989 – XV:4, Micky Maroney, Editor

  • Introduction: West Huntsville YMCA of 1925
  • West Huntsville Young Men’s Christian Association and Community

Volume XVI, 1990

Winter/Spring 1990 – XVI:1&2, Elise Stephens, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • Margaret Henson’s Huntsville
  • Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Huntsville Times Photograph
  • Art in Architecture by Harvie P. Jones
  • The House Isaiah Built (118 Calhoun Street) by Charles Rice
  • A House That Got Away, The Hewlett House (Holmes & Calhoun)
  • Keeping Up with the Joneses by John Rison Jones
  • Bits and Pieces About the Jones
  • G. W. Jones & Sons, 1886-1986
  • An Interview with Hazel Jones by Frances Robb

Summer/Fall 1990 – XVI:3&4, Elise Stephens, Editor
Gardens & Porches

  • From the Editor
  • Huntsville’s Garden District: A Sampling by Bill Nance and Harvilee Harbarger
  • Porch Life Before Air-Conditioning by Eleanor N. Hutchens
  • Virginia Clementine Clay by Joberta Wasson
  • Huntsville’s First Garden Club
  • Huntsville’s Special Gardens: Plans by Harvilee Harbarger
  • History of the Huntsville Botanical Garden by Barbara Yost
  • Postscript by Lucy and Seth Mize
  • Notes from the Diaries of Susan Bradley White
  • My Mother’s Garden by Howard Weeden
  • Late Nineteenth Century Landscape of Monte Sano by Frances Robb
  • Harrison Brothers
  • An American Signature Quilt

Volume XVII, 1991

Winter/Spring 1991 – XVII:1&2, Elise Stephens, Editor
World War II 50th Anniversary Issue

  • From the Editor
  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Ginger Fail
  • The Class of ’43, Huntsville High School
  • Letters Home by Dick Dickson
  • Huntsville, the Arsenal, and Miss Susie by Nancy Dickson
  • To Grandmother’s House We Go by John Moorman Shaver
  • Two “Arsenals of Democracy” by Kaylene Hughes
  • Goddard House by Pam Rogers
  • Memoirs of John L. McDaniel by Mark McDaniel
  • Historic Huntsville by Elise Hopkins Stephens

Summer/Fall 1991 – XVII:3&4, Elise Stephens, Editor
Huntsville on the Move

  • From the Editor
  • Letters to the Editor (from Nancy Rohr & Lee Harless)
  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Gerald W. Patterson
  • Huntsville, Alabama: Home For The German Rocket Team and Their Families An extract from the Autobiography of Elfriede Richter-Haaser
  • The Moore House (209 Walker) by Cecil Jenkins
  • Double-Jeopardy of the Humphreys-Rodgers House (Clinton/Gates) by Harvie P. Jones
  • Downtown Master Plan by Johnny Johnston

Volume XVIII, 1992-1993

Spring/Summer 1992 – XVIII:1&2, Elise Stephens, Editor

  • From the Editor
  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Gerald W. Patterson
  • The Class of ‘45: Alabama A&M Normalite
  • Remembering World War II by Mamie Brown
  • War’s Toll: William Wayne King by Gene Paul King
  • Creation of Redstone Arsenal by Elise H. Stephens
  • Huntsville Housing: A World War II Problem by Clifford Vanderpool
  • Huntsville’s Artists’ Renderings: Louise Marsh & Teresia Reid by Suzanne Bolton
  • New Life for Old Walls: Village Antiques by Richard Davis
  • Mystery Photo

Fall/Winter 1992-93 – XVIII:3&4, Elise Stephens, Editor
True Tales of Old Madison County [reprint
]
Virgil Carrington (Pat) Jones

  • In the Beginning—Danger!
  • Isaac Criner, First Permanent White Settler
  • The Legend of Monte Sano
  • Mr. McCrary and the Salve Uprising (Northeast Madison County)
  • The Haunted House of Hazel Green
  • Wade’s Clock House (Bob Wade Lane)
  • Mr. Strong’s “Riverboat House” (North Memorial Parkway)
  • Scandalous Affair of 1836
  • The Sivley Treasure Recovered
  • The Otey Mansion (North Memorial Parkway)
  • The Kellys of Jeff
  • Legend of the Indian’s Buried Gold
  • Quietdale (401 Quietdale Drive)
  • Yankee Occupation—1862
  • Honeymoon Heartbreak (Mary Chambers Bibb)
  • The Legend of Lily Flag (sic)

Volume XIX, 1993

Spring/Summer 1993 – XIV(XIX):1&2, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
HAL Presents Huntsville

  • From the Editor
  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Gerald W. Patterson
  • HAL Gallery Presents Huntsville Compiled by Nancy Hanning and Doris Fandre, black & white photographs by Stuart Siniard
  • Clarke-Dorning House (518 Adams Avenue) Contributed by Ginger Fail
  • Fragments From a Newcomer’s Kaleidoscope by Diane Ellis

History Day Contributions:

  • An Invitation to Reflect & Remember
    • Impressions and Memories of Madison County by Students of Liberty Middle School
    • Madison History: A Student’s Perspective by Courtney Losset
    • Huntsville—Then & Now by Elizabeth Hill Gamble
  • Civil War Excerpts from Out of Print Publications
    • My Moving Tent Contributed by Nancy Rohr
    • An Artilleryman’s Diary Contributed by Guy Spencer
  • First to Identify Mystery Photo Charles R. Smith, Jr.
  • Missing Portrait, Information Sought
  • Nashville to Nottingham by Elise Hopkins Stephens

Fall/Winter 1993 – XIX:3&4, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
In Search of Bridges of Madison County

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzanne O'Connor
  • From the Editor
  • Road Map Madison County, Alabama – 1921
  • Covered Bridge at Butler Mill by Carlus Page
  • Excerpts from North Jackson Progress by Carlus Page
  • Butler Mill by Bill Stubno
  • Gurley: A Family Legacy Sarah Dudley Hall Edwards
  • Fighting Fire with Fire by Charles Rice

Volume XX, 1994

Spring 1994 – XX:1, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Burritt Museum and Park: A Preservation Legacy

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzanne O'Connor
  • From the Editor
  • The Burritt: A Preservation Legacy by Malinda Herzog
  • The Historic Park: Preservation 101 by Charles Pautler
  • Future Plans at Burritt by Pat Robertson
  • Additional Historical Notes

Summer 1994 – XX:2, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
A Preservation Sampler

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzanne O'Connor
  • From the Editor
  • Huntsville’s Oldest Existing Fire Wagon by W. W. Varnedoe, Jr.
  • A Keller Returns to Huntsville by Ron Barnett
  • Monte Sano Mystique by Walter S. Terry
  • Extracts from The Bottomless Well (a novel) by Walter S. Terry
  • Monte Sano’s Viduta Historical District by Jane Barr
  • Preservation in Action: The Call by Dorothy Scott Johnson
  • Preservation in Action: The Response by Diane Ellis
  • G. A. Plummer, House Carpenter by Gary M. Griner, Sr.

Fall 1994 – XX:3, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Celebrating Preservation Triumphs

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzanne O'Connor
  • From the Editor
  • Letter to the Editor from Freeda Darnell
  • Down At The Store by Diane Ellis
  • Harrison Brothers Trivia “A Photo Essay” by B. J. Robinson
  • EastBrook Springs Restores Huntsville Landmarks by George Harsh
  • 315 White Street by Nancy Munson

Winter 1994 – XX:4, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Index Issue

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzanne O'Connor
  • From the Editor
  • The Centennial Renovation by Revelle S. Gwyn
  • The Architecture of the 1899 Temple of B’nai Sholom by Harvie P. Jones
  • Extracts Contributed from Temple B’nai Sholom Rededication
  • The Spirits of My Ancestors Are in Loving Hands by Margaret Anne Goldsmith Hanaw
  • In Retrospect (from Rededication) by Henry Marks, update by Sol Miller
  • Index: Volume 20
  • Index of Table of Contents: Volumes 1-19

Volume XXI, 1995

Spring 1995 – XXI:1, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Restoring Our Railroad History

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzanne O'Connor
  • From the Editor
  • The Tuscumbia, Courtland & Decatur Railroad by Don Dobravolsky
  • Teaching Our Eyes to See: Elements Along the Line by Don Dobravolsky
  • The Huntsville Yard: Vanishing Before Your Eyes by Don Dobravolsky
  • The Freight Depot: Our Challenge for Today by Don Dobravolsky
  • Chase Station: Preservation on Track! by Hugh Dudley
  • Excerpts from Newsletters of the North Alabama Railroad Museum by Dave Sherk

Summer 1995 – XXI:2, Carol Kamback, Guest Editor
The Community as Classroom

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzi Bolton
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • From the Guest Editor by Carol Kamback
  • Take A Walk by Carol Kamback
  • The Weeden House by Ginger C. Mouse (as told to Melissa Howard)
  • The Church of the Nativity by Alex Ealy
  • Big Spring Lion by Marnie Galloway
  • Church Street Church by Dorothella Littlepage and Holly Rodes
  • The Huntsville Depot by Jessica Fortune and Marsha Francis
  • Memories of Lincoln School by Adam and Erin Johnson
  • Why We Like The McCormick House by Aaron Anderson, Cyrus King and Fletcher Kurtz
  • Oak Place by Kellie Corder and Ellen Richardson
  • Interview with Dot Johnson by Tho Nguyen and Kathryn Wilburn
  • An Interview with Chuck Weber by Allison McLeroy with Marnie & Lori Galloway
  • Why Should We Preserve Our Trees? by Allison McLeroy
  • Chapman Elementary’s Sycamore Trees by Allison McLeroy

Fall 1995 – XXI:3, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Stained Glass Windows & Doors to Nowhere

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzi Bolton
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • Letter to the Editor from William Janey
  • The History of Stained Glass in Huntsville by Wayne Lumpkin
  • Meet Wayne Lumpkin by the Editor
  • Church of the Nativity by the Editor
  • Adding a Second Story (121 Smith Street) by Sandra Ely
  • We Bought This! (313 White Street) by Kyle Johnson

Winter 1995 – XXI:4, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Preservation for All Times and All Seasons

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzi Bolton
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • A House for All Time (407 White Street) by Sim Liddon
  • A House for All Seasons (6 Cruse Alley) by Sarah Dudley Hall Edwards
  • The “Door to Nowhere” Leads to “Manure Manor” by Elise H. Stephens
  • Falls Mill Price List
  • The Planter’s Railway reviewed by Paul Harncourt
  • Index (Volume XXI)

Volume XXII, 1996

Spring 1996 – XXII:1, Minneola Dixon, Guest Editor
Oakwood College, Architecture of the Spirit

  • From the HHF Board Chairman by Suzi Bolton
  • From the Editor
  • The Founding by Elise H. Stephens
  • Meet Minneola Dixon, Guest Editor
  • History of Oakwood College Buildings by Minneola L. Dixon
  • Early Beginnings by Maureen Thomas
  • The Buildings Among the Oaks by Maureen Thomas
  • The Preservation of East Hall by Fred Pullins
  • The Presidents
  • Oakwood College Mission Statement
  • Campus Tour by Aubrey Thompson
  • Oakwood College Historical Marker

Summer 1996 – XXII:2, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Home is Where the Hearth Is

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Diane Ellis
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • William And The Bear by Joe Bramm
  • A Touch Of New England In Old Town by Dale Rhoades
  • Homemade Bear Made With Love by Dale Rhoades
  • Map, Jackson County, 1820s
  • Abandoned Homesites in Jackson County by Merilyn O. Dabbs
  • Map, Homesteads Jackson County
  • Changing Huntsville by Elizabeth Humes Chapman
  • More “Fires of Huntsville” by Elise Stephens
  • 288 Sutton Road (Poem) by Margaret Anne Goldsmith Hanaw
  • Reminiscences of Randolph Avenue by Lois Mason Miller

Fall 1996 – XXII:3, Elise H. Stephens, Editor

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Diane Ellis
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • Beware the Voice of Progress; Harken to the Voice of Progress
  • WHY NOT:
    • Knowledge is Preservation Power
    • Revolving Fund
    • Report from HHF Preservation Committee by Carol Harless
    • Rules to Guide By
    • Property Values vs Historical Preservation
    • Mill Village Rehabilitation
    • Mill Village Rehabilitation by Elise Stephens
    • Report from HHF Easement Subcommittee by Ira Jones
    • Revitalizing Downtown by Lauren Martinson
    • Looks Can Be Deceiving (110 Steele Street) by Harvie P. Jones
    • Other Case Histories by Harvie P. Jones
  • THE PRESERVATION PUZZLE:
    • Yes My Dear
    • Check Your ITC
    • Design Standards
    • National Register of Historic Places by Linda Bayer Allen
    • The Alabama Historical Commission by Elise Stephens
    • Local Historic Districts by Linda Bayer Allen
    • “The Commission” Explained by Diane Ellis
    • Where To Look For Funds
  • Preservation Reading in the Library
  • Kids Architectural Press
  • QUIZ by Kids Architectural Press
  • Computer Graphics—Pictures Speak Louder

Winter 1996 – XXII:4, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Index Issue

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Diane Ellis
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • The Bernstein House: A Case Study (206 Gates Avenue) by Margaret Ann Goldsmith Hanaw
  • Historic Preservation Certification Application Instructions
  • Part I: Evaluation of Significance
    • Early Maps of Huntsville
    • Floor Plans|Floor Plans
  • Part II: Evaluation of Significance
    • Part II: Pictures (submitted with Part 2 & Part 3)
  • Part III: Request for Certification of Completed Work
  • Madison County Properties Listed on the National Register as of 3/29/96
  • Madison County Properties Listed on the Alabama Register as of 3/29/96
  • Index (Volume XXII)

Volume XXIII, 1997

Spring 1997 – XXIII:1, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
The Freeman House, Hawthorne Conservatory, Central Presbyterian Church, Huntsville, Alabama

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Diane Ellis
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • The Church: A Recent History (Central Presbyterian Church) by the Editor
  • The Memorial Fund by the Editor
  • The House Next Door (205 Lincoln Street) by the Editor
  • Memories of Nana & Papa’s House by Sallie Ann Culver & Alyce Parmelee Smith
  • Letters Home from 205 Lincoln by Albert Lane
  • The Ecumenical Arts of Huntsville
  • 1907 Freeman House (205 Lincoln Street) by Harvie P. Jones
  • The Vision by Rhonda Mitchell
  • Youth Ministry Cullen Davidson
  • A Surprise Gift by the Editor
  • Courthouse Rendering Recovered Under Home by Bill Easterling
  • Nana’s Pound Cake by Alyce Parmelee Smith
  • Albert Lane’s Advice to Young Artists

Summer 1997 – XXIII:2, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Out and About in North Alabama

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Ben Walker
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • Home Sweet Home (General Wheeler House)
  • America’s Family: The Wheelers of Alabama by Elise H. Stephens
  • Governor Thomas Bibb House (Belle Mina) by E. Walter Burkhardt
  • Belle Mina—Gov. Thomas Bibb House Historic American Buildings Survey
  • Belle Mina: Belle Mina, Alabama by Ralph Hammond
  • Belle Mina: A Gentle, Measured Way of Life by Toby Sewell
  • Excerpts from the Diary of Daniel Hundley—1858
  • History of Triana by Charles Dillard Lyle
  • Clippings from Triana Municipal Files
  • Searching for Extant Reuben Harrison Hunt Buildings
  • R. H. Hunt, Architect
  • Reuben Stone by Sharon Brakefield reviewed by Dorothy Scott Johnson

Fall 1997 – XXIII:3, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Harrison Brothers, Celebrating 100 Years on the Square

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Ben Walker
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • Letters to the Editor from Edna M. O’Rear & Sol Miller
  • Harrison Brothers—A Photographic Essay by Gianni De Meo
  • Harrison Brothers—Pamphlet by Linda Bayer
  • Apartment Living Downtown by Linda Bayer Allen
  • Being Brought Up In Huntsville by Eleanor Hutchens
  • The Public Inn: 205 Williams Avenue by Lauren B. Martinson
  • Albert Lane’s Downtown Photographs
  • Happenings in Huntsville 100 Years Ago from the Huntsville Democrat
  • 1898 Sanborn Map—The Square

Winter 1997 – XXIII:4, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Preservation for the Common Good: Land, Art, Memories and a New Foundation Home Next Door to Harrison Brothers On the Square

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Ben Walker
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • Letter to the Editor from Virginia D. Lavender
  • The Madison County Alms House an oral history
  • Three Caves Quarry an oral history
  • A Brief History of the Bridgeforth Family by Pamela Bridgeforth
  • More on George Plummer by Gary M. Griner
  • Mill Village Memories: Merrimack School - by Ann Maulsby
  • Index (Volume XXIII)

Volume XXIV, 1998

Spring 1998 – XXIV:1, Elise H. Stephens, Editor
Restoration and RemembranceThe Huntsville Pilgrimage

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Ben Walker
  • From the Editor by Elise Stephens
  • History of the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association by Jean Walker
  • The Huntsville Pilgrimage Association’s 1998 Tour by John Rison Jones, Jr.
  • Annual Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll by Margaret Belle Crow
  • Maple Hill Restoration by Brenda Webb, Perky Taylor, & Margaret Belle Crow
  • The 1835 Mary Bibb Mausoleum by Harvie P. Jones
  • What’s in a Tombstone? by Dorothy Scott Johnson
  • Mementoes of Affection - A Lost Daguerreotype of Maple Hill Cemetery by Frances Osborn Robb
  • Ladies Tresses by Margaret J. Vann

Summer 1998 – XXIV:2, Margaret J. Vann, Editor
Log Houses: Building Blocks in Madison County

  • From the 1998 Movable Feast Committee and the Historic Huntsville Foundation
  • From the HHF Board Chair by Ben Walker
  • From the Editor by Margaret J. Vann
  • Three Generations of Yeomen’s Houses in Madison County by Debra Miller
  • Cabaniss-Ezell House Renewal by Gene Ezell & Frances Osborn Robb
  • Log House Restoration by Jan Allen
  • Eternal Vigilance by Robert Gamble

Fall 1998 – XXIV:3, Margaret J. Vann, Editor
Saving Historically or Architecturally Significant Sites and Structures: What Qualifies?

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Ben Walker
  • From the Editor by Margaret J. Vann
  • Johnson-Burwell Bungalow by Jackson P. Burwell
  • What Preservation Means to Me by Jane Barr
  • A Live-In Deconstructionist At 510 Holmes Avenue by David Bowman
  • Living in Twickenham by Jerri Hightower
  • Mill Villages by Bill Easterling
  • Dallas Mill Water Tower by Diane Ellis
  • Madison County Health Department and the Weil House by Diane Ellis
  • Is Modernism Worth Preserving? by Jane Barr
  • Cabins at Monte Sano State Park by Kent Wilborn

Winter 1998 – XXIV:4, Margaret J. Vann, Editor
Around the Courthouse Square, 1900 to 1955

  • From the HHF Board Chair by Ben Walker
  • From the Editor by Margaret J. Vann
  • Downtown Revitalization by Robert Bass
  • The Kiddie Club: Saturdays at the Lyric Theater by Mary Ann Searcy Williams
  • To Move or Not to Move? from Downtown Rotary Club
  • I. Schiffman & Company, Inc.: Dodge-Plymouth Agency interview: Mrs. Maggie Whitt Bradley
  • Hill’s Grocery Store: East Side Square by Joseph D. Lay
  • Grocery Shopping on the Old Courthouse Square by Dr. Chris Hauer, Jr.
  • H. C. Blake Company, Inc., 104 South Side Square by Hall B. Bryant, Jr.
  • Preservation Alert: Memphis & Charleston Freight Depot, Excerpts from Spring 1981 Quarterly and Status Update by Linda Bayer Allen, Catherine K. Gilliam & Diane Ellis
  • Volume XXIV, 1998 Index
  • Las Cien Manzanas, Rescuing the Historical Center by Elia Parra

Volume XXV, 1999

Spring/Summer 1999 – XXV:1&2, Margaret J. Vann, Editor
Harvie P. Jones, FAIA, Retrospective

  • From the Editor by Margaret J. Vann
  • Introduction to the Man by Diane Ellis, Executive Director, HHF
  • Harvie P. Jones’ Contributions to Preservation by David Bowman
  • Remembering Harvie by Christine Richard, John Shaver
  • Federal Period Residential Architecture by Harvie P. Jones
  • The Maria Howard Weeden House: The Structure by Harvie P. Jones
  • Remembering Harvie by David E. Potts, Dot Johnson, Kelly Cooper Schrimsher
  • Interviews with Billy Herrin and Harvilee Harbarger by Maureen F. Drost
  • Remembering Harvie by Dale Rhoades
  • Working with Harvie P. Jones by David Hay
  • Constitution Hall Park: Architectural Notes by Harvie P. Jones
  • Tribute to Harvie P. Jones by Faye A. Axford, curator Donnell House, Athens
  • Remembering Harvie by Frances and David Robb

Fall/Winter 1999 – XXV:3&4, Margaret J. Vann, Editor
Harvie P. Jones, FAIA, Retrospective II

  • From the Editor by Margaret J. Vann
  • From the Alabama Historical Commission by Elizabeth Brown, Acting Director
  • Harvie P. Jones sketch
  • Miller Furniture Company Award letter
  • The Significance of Historic Preservation by Harvie P. Jones
  • How It All Started by T. Wallace Armstrong, Editor
  • Remembering Harvie by Margaret Cole
  • Harvie Jones and Savannah, Georgia by Mills Lane
  • Remembering Harvie by Charlie Pautler
  • The Bungalow and Other 20th Century Residential Architecture in Huntsville by Harvie P. Jones
  • Remembering Harvie David Potts, Dot Johnson
  • A Brief Sketch of Huntsville’s School Architecture: 1882-1975 by Harvie P. Jones
  • The Winston-Orgain-Sammons House, drawings (401 Lincoln) by Harvie P. Jones
  • Art in Architecture by Harvie P. Jones
  • Letter to Bob Gamble by Harvie P. Jones
  • Bernstein House sketch (110 Steele Street)
  • Cline Home sketch (421 Eustis Avenue)
  • The Cline Home by Maureen Drost
  • Corrections

Volume XXVI, 2000

Spring/Summer 2000 – XXVI:1&2, Margaret J. Vann, Editor

  • The 1939 Tennessee Valley Architectural Photography of Frances Benjamin Johnston by David M. Robb, Jr.

Fall 2000 – XXVI:3, Heather A. Cross, Editor
The Hundley Legacy: The Architectural and Urban Impact

  • From the Editor by Heather A. Cross
  • Property and Prestige: Oscar Hundley’s Huntsville by Heather A. Cross
  • The Hundleys of Alabama by Jacquelyn Procter Gray
  • Staying Power: 128 South Side Square Withstands the Tests of Time by Diane Ellis
  • The Hundley House (401 Madison) by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Transformations: 401 Madison (1976-2000) by Jacquelyn Procter Gray
  • The Hundley Rental Properties by Heather A. Cross

Volume XXVII, 2001

Spring/Summer 2001 – XXVII:1&2, Heather A. Cross, Editor
The Five Points Historic District: A Community of Neighbors

  • From the Editor by Heather A. Cross
  • From Addition to District: An Overview of Five Points by Linda Allen
  • Five Points: A Bright and Shining Star by Gwen Walker
  • Five Points Reminiscences Diane Ellis
  • The Old Neighborhood by Lynn Jones
  • A Five Points Portrait: Alma Goodson by Debra Brasher
  • In Memoriam: Mattie Ozelle Locke by Rusty George/Debra Brasher
  • The Wells Avenue Grocery by Debra Brasher
  • Living History in Five Points by Susan Bridges
  • The Wellman Family Park: A New Addition by Heather Cross
  • Cornerstone Donors Appreciation

Fall 2001 – XXVII:3, Heather A. Cross, Editor
Upon This Rock: A Foundation in Stone Construction

  • From the Editor by Heather A. Cross
  • Stone Construction: A History and Primer by Heather Cross
  • The Stones of Monte Sano by Jane Barr
  • The A. A. Baker Marble Yard by Jacque Gray
  • Modern Examples of Stone Construction: A Pictorial Survey by Heather Cross
  • Reflection: An Outsider’s View of Huntsville’s Historic Downtown by Brad Grant

Winter 2001 – XXVII:4, Heather A. Cross, Editor
The Rosenwald Plan: Architecture for Education

  • From the Editor by Heather A. Cross
  • The Rosenwald Plan: Architecture for Education by Nancy Rohr
Rural Southern Education: History and Background
The Rosenwald Plan
The Architecture of Rosenwald Schools
Jeanes Schools
Rosenwald Schools in Madison County: Conyers, Councill, Farmer’s Capital, Graysom, Horton, Mt. Carmel, Mt. Lebanon, Silver Hill, Toney
Afterword: The Remains of a Dream
Special Acknowledgements

Volume XXVIII, 2002

Spring 2002 – XXVIII:1, Margaret J. Vann, Guest Editor
A Model Restoration: The 1887 Goldsmith-Donovan House

  • From the Executive Director by Lynne Lowery
  • Historic Huntsville Foundation 2002 Award Winners
  • History of the 1887 Goldsmith-Donovan House (506 Franklin St.) by Donna Castellano
  • Joe Watson’s Restoration of the 1887 Goldsmith-Donovan House by Frances Robb
  • Interview with Gerry and Kermit Moore by Carol Ashburn Roach

Summer/Fall 2002 – XXVIII:2&3, Maureen Drost, Guest Editor
Mr. O’Shaughnessy’s Dream House (2005 Kildare Ave)

  • From the Executive Director by Lynne Lowery
  • Introduction to This Issue by Maureen Drost, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones, Patricia H. Ryan
  • Kildare by Diane Ellis and Maureen Drost
  • The McCormick House by Diane Ellis and Maureen Drost
  • Rescue and Recovery by Maureen Drost and Diane Ellis
  • The O’Shaughnessey Brothers and the North Alabama Improvement Company by Patricia H. Ryan

Winter 2002 – XXVII [XXVIII:4, Heather A. Cross, Editor
Adding to History: Preserving Newman Avenue
]

  • From the Editor by Heather A. Cross
  • Newman Avenue’s Beginnings by Linda Allen
  • The Addition of Newman Avenue by Nancy Munson
  • 436 Newman Avenue: Shaping a Home by Donna Castellano
  • 420 Newman Avenue: Revisiting the Pizitz Home by Heather Cross
  • 417 Newman Avenue: The Anderson-Hurt House by Carol Ashburn Roach
  • 412 Newman Avenue: Continuing Traditions by Cynthia Massey Parsons
  • 405 Newman Avenue: A House, a Home, a History by Jacquelyn Proctor Gray
  • Obituary: Mills Lane

Volume 29, 2003

Spring/Summer 2003 – 29:1&2, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones & Patricia Ryan, Editors
Preservation Primer

  • From the Executive Director by Lynne Lowery
  • A New Look for the Quarterly by Lynn Jones
  • Contributors (Spring/Summer 2003)
  • Preservation’s First Community (Twickenham) by Donna Castellano
  • Another Community Catches the Spirit (Old Town District) by David Nuttall
  • In Praise of the Well-Preserved by David Nuttall
  • Madison Station Historic Preservation Society by Randall Rivers
  • The Five Points Historic Preservation District by Debra Brasher
  • Living in an Historic District by Rusty George
  • Alabama A&M Historic District
  • Laying the Foundation: An Overview of Historic Preservation by Marc Goldman
  • Making Historic Property Pay: Tax Breaks for Historic Preservation by Marc Goldman and Donna Castellano
  • Preservation Easements: Tax Breaks for Protecting History by Donna Castellano
  • Protecting Our Past: Historic Districts, the Historic Commission and You by Robert Van Peursem
  • Professionally Speaking – Hiring an Architect by Marc Goldman
  • Professionally Speaking – Hiring a Contractor by Mike Holbrook
  • Respecting the Heritage of Your Home by Mike Holbrook

Fall/Winter 2003 – 29:3&4, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones & Patricia Ryan, Editors
Preservation: Progress and Setbacks

  • From the Executive Director by Lynne Berry
  • Contributors
  • What Were They Thinking? The Lost Rison House (West Holmes Avenue) by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Memories of West Holmes Avenue: An Interview with Eugenia Millen Pitsinger by Donna Castellano
  • The Old Neighborhood: A Family Remembers West Holmes Avenue by Nancy Rohr
  • Wells Avenue Restoration Preserves a History-Rich House in Five Points (804 Wells) by Dennis Boccippio
  • Recycling Redstone: Preservation on a Massive Scale by Frances Robb
  • Farewell to a Homeplace (Pettus House, Jeff Road) by Lou Pettus Gathany

Volume 30, 2004

Spring/Summer 2004 – 30:1&2, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones & Pat Ryan, Editors
The Lowe House Dependency (210 Williams Avenue)

  • Contributors
  • Backyard Adventures: In Search of Historic Outbuildings by Diane Ellis
  • Early Days on Williams Street by Sarah Huff Fisk
  • Uncovering Pieces of a Puzzle: The Lowe House Dependency by Frank J. Nola, Jr.
  • Archaeological Finds at the Lowe House by Robin L. Denson

Fall/Winter 2004 – 30:3&4, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones & Pat Ryan, Editors
The Russel Erskine Hotel

  • Contributors
  • From the Preservation Coordinator by Leslie Tucker
  • An Artifact of Time and Place by Diane Ellis
  • he Russel Erskine Hotel by David Bowman
  • iving at the Hotel: Childhood Memories by Margaret Anne Goldsmith
  • From Stamp Licker to President: My Career with the Russel Erskine Hotel by Eleanor Newman Hutchens
  • Transition Years by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Historic Renovation of the Russel Erskine by David C. Greenberg
  • The New Russel Erskine by Mike Holbrook

Volume 31, 2005

Spring/Summer 2005 – 31:1&2, Linda Allen, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones, Patricia Ryan, Editors
Cotton Hill [Limestone County
]

  • Contributors
  • From the Executive Director by Annette Philpo't
  • Preservation Effort Revives a House and Inspires a Family Gathering by Lynn Jones
  • Cotton Hill: A Rediscovered Treasure by Lakin Boyd
  • Go Slow, Do It Right: Restoration Progress at Cotton Hill by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Luke Matthews of Cotton Hill by William J. Stubno, Jr.
  • Luke Matthews in Madison County by Linda Bayer Allen

Fall/Winter 2005 – 31:3&4, Linda Allen, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones, Patricia Ryan, Editors
Huntsville Daily Times Building

  • Contributors
  • Introduction by Lynn Jones and Diane Ellis
  • The Times of the Times Building by Linda Bayer Allen
  • J. Emory Pierce: The Man for the Times by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Hot Times in the Old Downtown by Patrick McCauley
  • The Times of My Life by Randy Schrimsher

Volume 32, 2006

Spring/Summer 2006 – 32:1&2, Linda Allen, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones, Patricia Ryan, Editors
19th-Century Dependencies

  • Contributors and Editors
  • An Overview by Linda Bayer Allen
  • Thomas Bibb: Town and Country by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Northeast Huntsville Neighbors: The Chapman-Johnson & Robinson-Jones Houses by Diane Ellis
  • The Lewis-Clay House (513 Eustis Avenue) by Lynn Jones
  • The Cox-White House (612 Eustis Avenue) by Lynn Jones
  • The McCrary-Thomas House (Northeast Madison County) by Lynn Jones

Fall/Winter 2006 – 32:3&4, Linda Allen, Diane Ellis, Lynn Jones, Patricia Ryan, Editors
A Tradition of Research and Preservation

  • Contributors and Editors
  • A Tradition of Research and Preservation:The Elusive Past by Diane Ellis
  • A Tradition of Research and Preservation:From the Beginning by Lynn Jones
  • Our Vanishing Heritage by Linda Bayer Allen
  • Our Vanishing Heritage:The Second Madison County Courthouse by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Our Vanishing Heritage:The Horton-McCracken House by Linda Bayer Allen
  • Our Vanishing Heritage:The David Wade House by Linda Bayer Allen
  • Our Vanishing Heritage:The Burritt House by Patricia H. Ryan
  • Our Vanishing Heritage:The Demolition Continues by The Quarterly Editors

2008

(Spring 2008), Jeanne Steadman, Editor
Train Whistles and Front Porch Swings: Exploring Historic Madison

  • Contributors and Editors
  • Introduction by Donna Castellano
  • Overview and History of Madison by Jeanne Steadman
  • An Introduction to the Architecture of Madison
  • Historic Homes
  • Blending Old with New by Jim Norton
  • Glossary of Architectural Terms
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