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Contents

Historic Huntsville Quarterly 1978 to 2006

The following Table of Contents was provided by Linda Bayer Allen.

Volume IV, 1978

[[{Hhurl}/hhpics/pdf/hhq/HHQ-Vol-IV-1-Jan-Mar78.pdf|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
  • [[HHQ:Dual Occupancy in Huntsville: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
  • [[HHQ: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
  • [[HHQ: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
  • [[HHQ:Part II: Evaluation of Significance
    • [[HHQ: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
  • [[HHQ: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
  • [[HHQ:The Maria Howard Weeden House: The Structure: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
  • [[HHQ: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
  • ur 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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