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1998
Huntington Quarterly
Magazine

 

Huntington Quarterly
Back Issues

ISSUE CONTENTS
Autumn 1989
Issue 1

  • A. Michael Perry profile
  • The Morgan Home on Camelot Drive
  • John F. Kennedy in Huntington
  • The Fall and Rise of Marshall Football
Winter 1990
Issue 2

  • The Future of Huntington's Riverfront
  • The Ibrahim Home on High Drive
  • William C. Campbell profile
  • Jesse James in Huntington
  • Rocco's Ristorante
  • The Dream Team: Ernie Salvatore picks
  • MU's greatest basketball players
Spring 1990
Issue 3

  • Ruth Cline profile
  • The Ritter Estate on McCoy Road
  • The Huntington Museum of Art
  • MU's School of Medicine
  • The Greenbrier
  • Chili Willi's Mexican Cantina
Summer 1990
Issue 4

  • The Future of West Virginia:
  • Interviews with Sen. Robert Byrd,
  • Sen. Jay Rockefeller and Rep. Nick J. Rahall
  • The Other West Virginia
  • Ming's Restaurant
  • The Breece Home by Ritter Park
  • The Story of Camden Park
  • Whitewater Rafting in West Virginia
Autumn 1990
Issue 5

  • The Story of Marshall T. Reynolds
  • The Keith-Albee Theatre
  • Rebels & Redcoats Tavern
  • The 20th Anniversary of the MU plane crash
  • West Virginia's Bed & Breakfast Inns
Winter 1991
Issue 6

  • The 1937 Flood
  • The MU President's Home
  • Huntington High School profile
  • MU's School of Journalism
  • Pilgrim Glass
  • Verna Gibson profile
Spring 1991
Issue 7

  • Memoirs from the Middle East:
  • Huntington servicemen tell of their
    experiences in the Gulf War
  • John Taft profile
  • CK's Donnie Robinson profile
  • Oliver's Restaurant
  • Huntington's YMCA
Summer 1991
Issue 8

  • The Story of Ritter Park
  • The Jones Home on High Drive
  • Field of Dreams Part I: MU's new stadium
  • Jim's Steak & Spaghetti House
  • The West Virginia Belle
  • Heiner's Bakery
Autumn 1991
Issue 9

  • Mark McVey profile
  • The History of The Herald-Dispatch
  • Field of Dreams Part II: MU's new stadium
  • The River Tower
Winter 1992
Issue 10

  • John D. Drinko profile
  • The Apgar Home at Guyan Oaks
  • Trolley Cars in Huntington
  • The Radisson Hotel
  • The Chilton House
  • Blackwater Falls
Spring 1992
Issue 11
(SOLD OUT)

  • 100 Great Things About Huntington
  • WSAZ Television
  • C & P Telephone
  • Stewart's Original Hot Dogs
  • The Touma Collection
  • MU's new Fine Arts Center
Summer/Autumn 1992
Issue 12

  • MU Football Preview
  • Yellowwood: Huntington's log cabin home
  • WOWK Television
  • Greenbottom
  • Stone & Thomas
Winter 1993
Issue 13

  • When Paul Newman Came to Town
  • The Zitter Home on McCoy Road
  • The Keith-Albee Revisited
  • Travel to London, England
  • Fesenmeier's Brewery
  • MU's Fine Arts Center gala opening
Spring 1993
Issue 14

  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part I: Golfer Bill Campbell
  • The Conaty Home by Ritter Park
  • Central City's Centennial
  • MU's H.E.L.P. Center
  • Travel to Paris, France
  • Carter G. Woodson profile
  • The Morabito Home at Stamford Park
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part II: Crafty Cam Henderson
  • Laredo's Restaurant
Summer 1993
Issue 15

  • Joan C. Edwards profile
  • The St. Clair Home on McCoy Road
  • C.F. Reuschlein's Jewelers
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part III: Rising from the Ashes
  • The Story of Stella Fuller
Autumn 1993
Issue 16

  • The Future of Huntington
  • The HQ Interview: Marshall Reynolds & A. Michael Perry
  • Women Making A Difference
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part IV: The Fighters
  • Joe Williams profile
Spring 1994
Issue 17

  • Alex Schoenbaum profile
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part V: Hurryin' Hal Greer
  • A Hanging in Huntington
  • Huntington's Mounted Horse Patrol
  • Marshall Artists Series
Summer 1994
Issue 18

  • HQ's 5th Anniversary issue
  • When Huntington Made a Movie:
    Teen-Age Strangler
  • The Sakahi Home on Staunton Road
  • The HQ Interview: Ashland Oil CEO John R. Hall
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part VI: Jackie Hunt
  • George H. Wright's clothing store
Autumn 1994
Issue 19

  • The Rebirth of Downtown Huntington
  • The Musical Arts Guild's 30th Anniversary
  • MU's new basketball coach: Billy Donovan
  • Matthew Reese profile
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part VII: The Ebony Golf Classic
  • Guyondotte: Where it all began
  • Mr. Cartoon Jule Huffman signs off
Winter 1995
Issue 20

  • City of Churches: A look at some of the stately churches that line Fifth Avenue
  • U.S.S. Huntington
  • Jerry Zitter profile
  • The HQ Interview: MU President J. Wade Gilley
  • Ernie Salvatore's Sports Memories
    Part VIII: A trip down celebrity lane
Spring 1995
Issue 21

  • Soupy Sales profile
  • Horse racing at Keeneland
  • The Greatest Golf Holes in Huntington
  • Dr. Simon Perry profile
  • The Collis P. Huntington statue
  • Huntington Chamber Orchestra turns 25
Summer/Autumn 1994
Issue 22

  • Greetings from Huntington:
  • A postcard gallery of the Jewel City
  • Musical Arts Guild Children's Theatre
  • The Fiery Home at Stamford Park
  • MU's New Library
  • Huntington's New Look YMCA
  • The Renaissance Book Company & Coffee House
Winter 1996
Issue 23

  • Greetings from Huntington: A gallery of postcards from Huntington's past
  • The Musical Arts Guild Children's Theatre
  • Elegance Defined in a Stamford Park Home
  • Stately Steamboats of the Ohio River
  • Marshall University's new cutting edge library
  • First Class Fitness: The newly-renovated YMCA
  • Downtown Success Story: The Renaissance Bookstore and Coffee House
Spring 1996
Issue 24

  • Huntington's Mysterious Tunnels
  • The Old Carnegie Library
  • Hibachi Japanese Steak House
  • Hometown Doc: Dr. Tom Conaty
  • Five Unique Eateries
  • Mayor Jean Dean interview
  • The Paramount Arts Center
Summer 1996
Issue 25

  • 125 Great Things About Huntington
  • Old Movies Houses of Huntington
  • BrewBakers Restaurant
  • A Retrospective on Huntington's 125 Years
  • Cherry Tree Manor: Lavery Home
  • The New Huntington High School: Part 1
  • MU Head Football Coach Bob Pruett
Autumn 1996
Issue 26

  • Home for the Holidays
  • All Aboard! A History of the Railroad
  • Interview with Gov. Gaston Caperton
  • Huntington Museum of Art Conservatory
  • The New Huntington High School: Part 2
  • MU Head Basketball Coach Greg White
Winter 1997
Issue 27

  • 50 People to Watch
  • Tri-State Ice Arena
  • Huntington's Memorial Arch
  • Hutchinson Home in Stamford Park
  • The Robert C. Byrd Institute
  • Savannah's Restaurant
Spring/Summer 1997
Issue 28

  • Huntington Fire Department: 100 Years
  • Interview with Gov. Cecil Underwood
  • Funnyman Clint McElroy
  • The Hotel Frederick
  • Monty's Pizza
  • W. Page Pitt
  • Blennerhassett Island
Autumn 1997
Issue 29

Online Version


  • Huntington's Own Titanic Survivor
  • Briarcliff Home
  • Marshall Football in the MAC
  • Heisman Candidate Randy Moss
  • Artist Adele T. Summerfeldt
  • Blizzard Hockey
  • Snowshoe Mountain Resort
Winter 1998
Issue 30

Online Version


  • Yeager - The Best There Ever Was
  • Crimes of the 20th Century
  • A Modern Day Renaissance Man
  • Heritage Museum
  • Benjy's Harley-Davidson
  • Sharkey's Mo-Bay Cafe
Spring 1998
Issue 31

Online Version


  • HQ's City Guide
  • Huntington Top Ten
  • HQ Interview: Paul Chellgren
  • City Dining
  • City Culture
  • El Haijj Spa
  • Great Getaways

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