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Published Sunday, March 1, 2015
The Mar / April 2015 Edition of the Hoover HistoricaLog Newsletter is now available online for download. Click here to download in PDF format.
Published Thursday, February 12, 2015

The Hoover Historical Society will produce a second book on the history of Hoover to celebrate its 50th anniversary as a city in 2017. Historic preservationist and UAB history instructor Pamela S. King has been selected to write it.  Photo by Madoline Markham - Hoover Sun - hooversun.com

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Published Friday, January 2, 2015

Jim Baggett’s subject in January is "Miss Fancy, Queen of the Avondale Zoo."

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Published Thursday, January 1, 2015
The Jan / Feb 2015 Edition of the Hoover Historical Happengings Newsletter is now available online for download. Click here to download in PDF format. This months Newsletter features articles on the: HHS January 2015 Meeting - Archivist presents “Miss Fancy” to the Historical Society Celebrate America! at American Village in 2015 Archive more»
Published Saturday, November 1, 2014

Historian and videographer Jim Phillips will present his program, Antebellum Alabama, to the Hoover Historical Society’s General Meeting at 1:30 PM on Tuesday, November 18th at the Bluff Park United Methodist Church. www.bluffparkumc.org/

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Published Friday, October 31, 2014
The Nov / Dec 2014 Edition of the Hoover Historical Happengings Newsletter is now available online for download. Click here to download in PDF format. This months Newsletter features articles on the: Society displays at Moss Rock Festival for second year Antebellum Alabama presented by Jim Phillips Folklore Center open during Art Show Remember Charles more»
Published Monday, September 1, 2014

Two deserving Hoover students were awarded The Vadie Honea Scholarships by Hoover Historical Society. The awards were funded by Henry King of King Acura and Carlo and Dianne Joseph.

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Published Thursday, August 21, 2014
Artist: Max Heldman Lou Wooster to ‘appear’ at HHS Beth McCord first walked out on the stage at Town and Gown (now Virginia Samford) when she was three, and she has been acting ever since! Beth holds an MA in Theatre from the University of Montevallo. For thirty years, she was a drama teacher in the Birmingham area, including two more»
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