- To encouragepersonal networking and fellowship between
historians of various backgrounds and traditions.
We wouldwelcome some discussion of these goals via email or the
This issue also contains a preliminary announcement related tothe Fall
2002 Meeting of the CFH scheduled for the balmy climes of Huntington IN.
Jay Greenhas been working assiduously on this project and welcomes your
feedback (eMailemail@example.com). In addition to proposing a
significantly different sort of program, he isalso suggesting that we hold a
first-ever undergraduate CFH session. We would like your reactions tothese
ideas as well.
We also carry below several obituaries, one ratherbelated, another
that was somewhat premature. If you know of others of ournumber who
have passed to their eternal reward, please let us know sothat they can be
Lastly, we have the usual update from our ageless Secretary-
Treasurer, Dick Pierard, who(to steal his thunder) is relocating to the East
coast afterslaving away in Timothy McVeigh's current home town. We are
struck once again byhow much this organization owes to Dick and are glad
that he has found a congenial retirement location. Anddon't forget to pay
your dues and keep your address current.(How many times do we have to
tell you this?)
Also as usual,we solicit additional contributions:comments, news
items, spare pagesof the Gutenberg Bible, etc. Contact us via
eMailfirstname.lastname@example.org or snail mail at Department ofHistory,
Huntington College, Huntington IN 46750.
The Huntington Troika
From the Secretary-Treasurer
I was excited by the fine turnout at our biennial fallmeeting at Point
Loma Nazarene University in San Diego andthe enthusiasm manifested
there. Especially gratifying wasthe prominent role played by our younger
members and the goodly number of finepapers they presented. More and
more of us who helped launch the CFH some three decades agoare fading
into the background, and it encouraging to see our newgeneration assuming
the mantle of leadership.