Huntington Then & Now
Named in 1870 after railroad tycoon Collis P. Huntington, the city of Huntington is nestled on the southern bank of the majestic Ohio River and the rolling hills of northwestern West Virginia.
About the Author:
Author and photographer Terry L. Baldridge has lived in the Huntington area for nearly 20 years and has collected photographs from Marshall University, libraries, and business and private archives. He invites readers to revisit images of Huntington's past and compare them with photographs captured through the lens of his camera.