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A Tribute to Richard H. Hineline

Photography by Hoag Levins ...| ...Nov. 8, 2003

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Bud and Carolyn Hineline
HADDONFIELD, N.J. -- An event tinged with sadness as well as celebration, the Camden County Historical Society's Special Evening of Antiques was designed to honor long-time board member Richard H. Hineline. But earlier in the week Mr. Hineline's wife Esther passed away. Appearing to represent the night's honoree was his brother, Budd Hineline, and wife, Carolyn. The Hinelines are welcomed to Tavistock Country Club by the Historical Society's director of programming Sandy Levins (far right). See larger photo.

Dennis Raible
As a tribute to Richard H. Hineline's many decades of service and generosity to the organziation, Society treasurer Dennis G. Raible announced that the Society's library was being renamed the "Richard H. Hineline Research Center." He displayed the new eight-foot-long gold leaf sign with that name that will be installed over the double-door entrance to the large library facility in the Society's Boyer Building. Mr. Raible also read a proclamation by the New Jersey State Senate officially recognizing the Richard H. Hineline Research Center and affirming "the Camden County Historical Society's importance to the citizens of Camden County."

Richard Hineline became a member of the Society board of Trustees in 1961 and served as president from 1968 to 1973.

Above, Budd Hineline (left) accepts the State Senate Proclaimation from Mr. Raible (right) or behalf of his brother. See larger photo

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