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Eleonor Hollingsworth (Grabill) Haun

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Title

Eleonor Hollingsworth (Grabill) Haun

Subject

Haun, Eleonor Hollingsworth (Grabill) (1888-1976)

Description

Photograph of Eleonor Hollingworth Grabill as a young woman wearing a large hat and standing beside a chair.

Eleonor was the daughter of Captain John Henry (1839-1922) and Mary Lytle (Hollingsworth) (1846-1934) Grabill.

A graduate of the Massanutten Academy in Woodstock, Eleonor married Jacob Haun (1891-1985) in 1918. Jacob was born in “Hollertown”, Shenandoah County, the son of Eleazer and Lilly Belle (Shipp) Haun. He had served as a Private in the U.S. Army during WWI. When he married, he worked as a high school principal. He later founded the Haun-Magruder Insurance Company, in Woodstock, where he worked for decades.

Eleonor was a contributing writer for many years to the Shenandoah Herald and other publications. She assisted in compiling historical information concerning Shenandoah County men killed in World War II. Eleonor was also an editor of the Woodstock Bicentennial Historical Booklet and a member of the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society.

The couple had a son together, Jacob Haun, Jr.

Creator

Morrison Studio

Source

Morrison Studio Collection - Shenandoah County Historical Society

Publisher

Shenandoah County Library

Date

ca 1911 according to subject's family.
Labelled as "1911" on box of plates.

Contributor

Two separate Identifications. First, by Jacob Haun, Jr., subject's son. Then another by Diane Gardner, subject's daughter-in-law, who has similar photos at home.
Additional biographical information was compiled from public records.

Rights

IN COPYRIGHT - NON-COMMERCIAL USE PERMITTED

Identifier

000453

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Glass Negatives

Citation

Morrison Studio, “Eleonor Hollingsworth (Grabill) Haun,” Shenandoah County Library Archives, accessed July 16, 2024, https://archives.countylib.org/items/show/22689.

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