Genealogy Research Trip to Salt Lake City

Every Spring the Genealogy Workshop of the Huntington Historical Society sponsors a research trip to the Family History Library, run by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Salt Lake City.  There, the researchers tap the largest genealogical library in the world. The trip is coordinated by Art and Irene Sniffin. They arrange…


HHS Properties: The Trade School Turns 100

In December of 2005, The Sewing and Trade School, which is now used as the Huntington Historical Society’s administrative offices and houses the Society Archives, turned 100 years old. In celebration of this event, the Society held a birthday party in the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. A festive affair!


A Gala affair, held at Oheka Castle

  On the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Huntington Historical Society (1903-2003) in 2003, the Society sponsored a gala affair at Oheka Castle. The success affair reflects the pride we have in our accomplishments, and the large attendance shows the broad acceptance  and appreciation of the Society in our community. We believe the…


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