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John Hunt was one of the first African American to operate a restaurant in Morgantown, West Virginia. He opened a restaurant under the Commercial Hotel in 1892 located across from the courthouse on High Street. Information on p. 40 in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler.
John Hunt was one of the first African American's to operate a restaurant in Morgantown, West Virginia. He opened a restaurant under the Commercial Hotel in 1892 located across from the courthouse on High Street. Information on p. 40 in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler.
John Hunt was one of the first African American's to operate a restaurant in Morgantown, West Virginia. He opened a restaurant under the Commercial Hotel in 1892 located across from the courthouse on High Street. He also operated an Ice Cream Factory. Information on p. 40,99 in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler.
John Hunt was an African American businessman who operated several resorts, hotels and eateries in Morgantown. He was one of the African American businessmen who became wealthy from enterprises in the service industry. The house was located between Colson Hall and Purinton House on West Virginia University's downtown campus. Information on p. 40,99, in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler.
John Hunt owned and operated several resorts, hotels and eateries in the Morgantown area. Among the resorts was Indian Rocks. He bought the property in 1925. Information on p. 40,101, in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler."
John Hunt was an African American businessman who operated several resorts, hotels and eateries in Morgantown. He opened Hunt's Oyster Parlor for Ladies at 127 Walnut Street. He was best known for his ice cream factory located on the corner of Hough Street and Beechurst Avenue. It was the first ice cream plant in Monongalia County. Information on p. 40,101, in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler."
John Hunt was an African American businessman who operated several resorts, hotels and eateries in the Morgantown area. He operated a resort in Preston County called Indian Rocks. He bought the property in 1925. Information on p. 40,101, in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler."
John Hunt was an African American businessman who operated several resorts, hotels and eateries in Morgantown. He was best known for his ice cream factory located on the corner of Hough Street and Beechurst Avenue. It was the first ice cream plant in Monongalia County. Hunt would cut ice from the Monongahela River and store it to make ice cream in the summer. Information on p. 40,101, in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler.
Portrait of John Hunt at approximately age 19. Hunt would later own and operated several resorts, hotels and eateries in the Morgantown area. These included, Hunt's Ice Cream Parlor, Hunt's Oyster Parlor for Ladies and Indian Rocks Resort. Information on p. 40,101, in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original Loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler."
John Hunt was an African American businessman who operated several resorts, hotels and eateries in Morgantown. Soon after opening his first restaurant he opened Hunt's Oyster Parlor for Ladies at 127 Walnut Street. His oysters were popular at weddings and festivals.  Information on p. 40,101, in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Reproduced from the John H. Hunt family photos, held by WVU Women's Centenary Project, Center for Women's Study Archive. Original loaned by Virginia Hunt Chandler."
James Edwards ran a sanitation business for the cities of Morgantown and Westover. He married Lucetta Dixon and the couple had six children. Information on p. 38 & 100 in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Courtesy of Gwendolyn Edwards".
Sarah Edwards was the wife of John Edwards and the mother of James Edwards.  Information on p. 38 in "Our Monongalia" by Connie Park Rice. Information with the photograph includes "Courtesy of Gwendolyn Edwards".