Collection of Wynne Home Materials
Scope and Contents
The Collection of Wynne Home Materials contains programs, invitations, booklets, guides, newspaper articles and clippings, and notes. The Wynne home was built in the 19th century, originally a small cottage presented as a gift to newlyweds Gustavus Adair Wynne and Samuella Gibbs by Sanford and Sallie Gibbs, Samuella’s uncle and aunt. Over the years, the home grew larger as the Wynne family grew. The home passed down through the family until it came into the possession of sisters Samuella Palmer and Ruth Hollinshead. After Mrs. Hollinshead passed away, the home was donated to the City of Huntsville to be used as a Cultural Arts Center.
- 1959 - 2016
Conditions Governing Use
The materials represented in this finding aid have been made available for research, teaching and private use. For these purposes, you may reproduce (print, make photocopies, or download) these items without prior permission on the condition that you provide proper attribution of the source in all copies. Please contact the Newton Gresham Library's Special Collections and University Archives department to request permissions to reproduce materials for any other purpose, or to obtain information regarding the copyright status of a particular digital image, text, audio or video recording.
Language of Materials
Items in this collection are arranged in chronological order.
- Collection of Wynne Home Materials
- Deanna Rainey
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