Upper Ohio Valley Historical Review (Vol. 43, No. 1, Spring 2023) Available Now!
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Dear UOVHR Readers:
This issue of the Review is dedicated to our friend John Bowman, Wheeling’s preeminent steamboat expert. It contains John's article about an odd Wheeling product called "Leatheroid."
This is also the first of a new series that will include histories of Wheeling’s many fascinating neighborhoods. We begin in the north with Warwood, including an article by Dr. Chuck Julian and one by Margaret Brennan. The latter includes the elusive (and exclusive) portrait of Henry Warwood.
Warwood is also the hometown of a great athlete who is to finally be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August. His name, of course, is Chuck Howley. This issue contains information about the effort to put a sign at the entrance to Warwood to welcome people to Chuck's hometown.
If you would like to donate to the cause, please visit https://gofund.me/982698e9.
We hope you enjoy this issue of the Upper Ohio Valley Historical Review.
Sincerely, Sean Duffy, Editor
- Warwood’s 20th Century Growth and Development: The Evolution of “Watch Us Grow” by Dr. Charles A. Julian
- Finding Henry Warwood by Margaret Brennan
- Paper Turned into Leather: “LEATHEROID,” a Wheeling Invention by John Bowman (2018)
- Remembering McNamara’s Drugstore
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