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Published Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Hoover Historical Society is packing its archives, anticipating that at some point in the next several months it will move the collection to a new home for the first time in 20 years.

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Published Friday, January 12, 2018
The Winter 2018 Hoover HistoricaLog Vol 29 No 3 is available for download by clicking here. January Meeting - Former Mayor Skinner to address the HHS (rescheduled due to weather) We’re moving! President's Message Time Cabinet treasures teach about the past A Note to Marie Taylor… What happens to the murals at AOTB? Those who have not paid more»
Published Wednesday, November 1, 2017
The Thanksgiving 2017 Hoover HistoricaLog Vol 29 No 2 is available for download by clicking here. November Meeting - Meet Chief Derzis Moss Rock Festival President's Message New Officers Folklore Center celebrates 20th Anniversary! A tribute to Marie Taylor History of Hoover City Schools published Those who have not paid dues can do so at the meeting or more»
Published Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Howdy! Come In and sit a spell! Have you wondered what these buildings are doing here?

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Published Wednesday, November 1, 2017

After twenty years of maintaining the contents of the Stinson Ole Place log cabin, Marie Taylor has announced her retirement from the position of caretaker, all-round cleaner and keeper of the cabin.

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Published Wednesday, November 1, 2017

A new book, The History of the Hoover City School System, was presented to Hoover’s Board of Education in early September. Author Dr. Charles E. Hickman made
the presentation.

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Published Monday, August 28, 2017
The Summer 2017 Hoover HistoricaLog Vol 29 No 1 is available for download by clicking here. September Meeting - Rusty Lowe begins series "All Things Hoover in 2017-2018" Folklore Center Needs Craftsmen President's Message New Officers Local Historians Published in New Book Stinson family members trace roots to the Folklore Center Vadie Honea scholarships more»
Published Monday, August 28, 2017

Each year our Society awards a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior at both of Hoover’s high schools. The scholarship honors HHS founder, Vadie Honea. Spain Park’s winner was Emily E. Wise who wrote about Rickwood Field, the oldest ballpark in America. Lindsey D. Glick of Hoover High wrote about Sloss Furnace and its historic role in the growth of Birmingham. 

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