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Huffman family

Overview
Works: 5 works in 5 publications in 1 language and 7 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Archives 
Roles: Author
Most widely held works by Huffman family
by Hoffman family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letters (1840-1849) to Henrietta Randolph (1827-1894, who later married William Henry Pendleton), from family in Clarke County and friends who attended school with her in Staunton, Va., and letters (1856-1867) to Annie Elizabeth Huffman, from friends and family, especially her brother, David B. Huffman (1837-1864), chiefly relating to the Civil War and Reconstruction; together with Shenandoah County deeds (1790-1795, 1854), family business papers, including store ledgers, drafts, notes, and receipts, will, estate inventory of Frederick Hoffman (or Huffman, 1808-1876), merchant, and children's school reports (1917-1923). Persons represented include R.C. Will, salesman, of Woodstock, Va
Huffman-Quertermous collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly correspondence of the Huffman-Quertermous families of Arkansas County, Ark.; together with postcards, greeting cards, pictures, newspaper clippings, obituaries, family certificates, scrapbook of newspaper clippings, several individual newspaper issues, and other family papers. Persons represented include Annie (Huffman) Quertermous (1865-1957) and her husband, Virgil A. Quertermous (1863-1919)
Huffman family collection by Huffman family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes portrait of John P. Acton, son-in-law of Margaret Stephen Huffman, funeral card of Margaret Huffman
Huffman family papers by Huffman family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection contains material pertaining to Grant and Virgil Huffman (brothers) and their sister Cora Huffman Rich. The Huffmans, originall of Glasgow, Kentucky, removed to the Yukon Territory in the early 1900s, where they were some of the first settlers and prospectors. A partial diary of Grant Huffman dated 21 August 1916-5 October 1916 describes a hunting trip he made in the Yukon. He describes killing moose and bear, and transporting the meat back to his home in the town of Mayo for the winter. Notations in the diary and a seperate memoir by his sister Cora in 1938 elaborate on Grant's exploits in the Yukon as well as her own life there. Cora writes that "my life has been one of being alone most of the time," but "we are never really alone." Also included are several photographs depicting various cabins and quarters at the Silver King Mine and elsewhere in the Yukon. In addition, newspaper clippings provide background on Grant and Virgil Huffman's early activities in the Yukon
Huffman-Quertermous papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, financial and legal documents, notes, newspaper clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous printed materials of the Huffman-Quertermous family of Arkansas County, Ark. Correspondents include Mary C. (Huffman) Young, writing from New Bloomfield, Mo., describing farm life and family news. Other persons represented included the family of Annie (Huffman) Quertermous (1865-1957) and her husband, Virgil A. Quertermous (1863-1919)
 
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