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- Collection: Thomas McHutchin and Hilda Cunningham Scrapbooks
Hilda (far left) with friends during her high school years in Gainesville, Texas in 1915. Also pictured is the First Presbyterian Church.
A page from the 1918 "Yucca", the yearbook of North Texas State Normal College in Denton, Texas where Hilda portrayed a "queen" in the senior circus. Hilda was also on the staff of the Avesta, the student literary magazine. In the upper right…
When Hilda's father died while she was in college, she received a teaching certificate and postponed her education in order to take a job teaching near her home in Gainesville, Texas.
Thomas McHutchin Cunningham (Tom-Pastor) and Hilda were friends and courted for two year prior to their marriage on February 14, 1923. Tom was a Pastor at the Southern Presbyterian Church in Gainesville, Texas.
Thomas McHutchin and Hilda Cunningham as newly weds. The image on the bottom right, dated 1925, is addressed to Hilda's mother and indicates that Tom is "trying out his "D.D." [Doctor of Divinity] look which accounts for the temporary absence of the…
Hilda, her mother Magadalin Hugon, her daughter Hilda Grace, and Mrs. May Payne Perry at Inspiration Point near Mineral Wells, Texas on August 17, 1931 (upper right). Hilda's mother, Magdalin Hugon on February 15, 1923 (bottom left).
At their first pastorate as Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McHutchin Cunningham in Orange, Texas in 1923. The Christian Education Society in September 1924 (bottom left).
Hilda Cunningham as the Synodical President (top), Miss Hanie McGaughey (left), and Reverend S.L. Jaekel (right) in June 1936 in Kerrville, Texas.
Hilda Hugon's heritage begins in a small village in Northern Italy. Her mother was born in the village Torre Pellice near Turin and migrated to the United States. Her father's family was originally from France from where they fled to Italy to avoid…
The Woman's Auxiliary Training School at the Westminster Presbyterian Encampment in Kerrville, Texas in June 1936. Hilda Cunningham and her daughter, Hilda Grace, are in the front row to the right.
Hilda served as a teacher, homemaker, Sunday school teacher, and assistant to the Graduate School at North Texas State University. Hilda with the Graduate Council of 1952-1953, second from the left.
Hilda's childhood home near Gainesville, Texas. Hilda's grandparents only spoke French.