Paul Harvey Archives

The Rest of the Story



The Rest of the Story
Stories Starting With the Letter "H"

The Paul Harvey Unofficial Archives has over 3000 episodes of The Rest of the Story. We don't know if we have every single episode that Paul ever did - but we're sure it's darn close!

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In order to save server space and for easier downloads, these files have been stored in ZIP format compressed files. 

The stories that were hosted by Paul Harvey Jr. are noted with (JR) in the file name. Otherwise they were by Paul Harvey. Those denoted with (HQ) are in High Quality audio.

 

Download File - Letter (H)

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Haddon Sundblom (created modern image of Santa Claus for Coca Cola)
Hamukkah (I am the Light of the World)
Handicapped Presidents and Politicians
Hank Aaron (First Home Run)
Hank Williams (duet with Hank Jr. with modern technology)
Hanna Reitsch (German test pilot)
Hans Christian Andersen (Fear of everything)
Hans Christian Andersen (singer became writer at 21)
Hans Christian Andersen (Ugly duckling and royalty)
Hanson Gregory (believed to invent the modern donught)
Hanson Gregory (credited as the inventor of the doughnut)
Happy Hooligan (former prince of Austria and Civil War vet)
Harland Sanders (couldn't be successful at anything until he started KFC) (1992)
Harlem (once an elite community)
Harley Morris (old man drag racing)
Harold Arlen (Over the Rainbow and Wizard of Oz)
Harold Macmillan (Prime Minister of England, quit due to prostrate issues)
Harold Robbins (Author)
Harrison Dillard (Olympic sprinter, not hurdler)
Harrison Ford (former carpenter to the stars) (noisy)
Harry Houdini (introduced Australia to the airplane) (Version 1)
Harry Houdini (introduced Australia to the airplane) (Version 2) (JR)
Harry Houdini (Unlocked Safe) (JR)
Harry Platt (five year old with TB later orthopaedic surgeon)
Harry Truman (Almost dropped atomic bomb on Moscow) (HQ)
Harry Truman (Buzzing the White House)
Harry Truman (Captain of World War I Battery D)
Harry Truman (car stuck in same ditch twice)
Harry Truman (Courtship of future wife Bess)
Harry Truman (Did not want to be Vice President)
Harry Truman (Diptheria at 9 yeard old)
Harry Truman (his mother and farm foreclosure)
Harry Truman (his mother and the Civil War)
Harry Truman (poor eyesight)
Harry Truman (poor eyesight) (JR)
Harry Truman (Tried to be tough kid)
Harry Truman (worked at drug store as 12 year old)
Hart Island (Plague Cemetary)
Harvey Haddix (pitched perfect game and lost) (no beginning)
Harvey Wilcox (founded Hollywood) (1993)
Haskell Free Library and Opera House (Trial on US and Canada border)
Hatteras Jack (Dolphin guided ships)
Hawaii (Annexation)
Hawaii (horses and cowboys)
Hawaii Overthown 1893 (former monarchy)
Haym Salomon (Jews in Revolutionary War)
Heart Monitoring Equipment (Salesman found out he had heart trouble) (1993)
Hector Berlioz (Symphonie Fantastique) (JR)
Hector Charles Bywater (The Great Pacific War)
Heinrich Himmler (Final Solution 1933)
Helen Hayes (heckled her own movie)
Helen Keller (Charles Dickens inspired her mother)
Helen Keller (lost and found special watch)
Helen Keller (lost and found special watch) (JR)
Helen Mitchell (Melba Toast)
Helen Mitchell (Melba Toast) (version 2) (JR)
Helen Potter (her life inspired her to write Peter Rabbit)
Helen Potter (Peter Rabbit) (Version 1)
Helen Potter (Peter Rabbit) (Version 2)
Helen Stevens (Olympic runner accusted of being a man)
Helena Rubenstein (attempted robbery)
Helga Estby (first woman cross country walk 1896)
Helga Estby (Mother and Daughter Walked Coast to Coast 1896)
Hemp (grown by farmers in World War II now outlawed)
Henri Latour (French Detective)
Henrietta (monkey companion for quadraplegic) (1987)
Henry Bergh (founded ASPCA)
Henry Brown (Slave shipped in wood box to freedom)
Henry Brown (Slave shipped in wood box to freedom) (JR)
Henry Clemens (Mark Twain's younger brother)
Henry Comstock (the Comstock Load Story) (1990)
Henry David Thoreau (Forest fire)
Henry David Thoreau (house on Walden Pond)
Henry David Thoreau (pencil maker)
Henry Dunant (Founded Red Cross) (version 1)
Henry Dunant (Founded Red Cross) (version 2)
Henry Fonda (college dropout and theatre)
Henry Ford (First Fords are now Cadillacs)
Henry Ford (first garage door and quadracycle) (1st version) (NOISY)
Henry Ford (first garage door and quadracycle) (2nd version)
Henry Ford (influenced and honored by Hitler)
Henry Ford (mamas boy and farm tractor)
Henry Ford (soybeans)
Henry Ford (sued newspaper)
Henry Ford (terrible driver) (NOISY) (1987)
Henry Ford (watches)
Henry Giessenbier (8th grade dropout, founded the Jaycees)
Henry Hooker (Turkey drive)
Henry Lawton (two Gerominoes)
Henry Plummer (Sheriff and outlaw at same time) (1990)
Henry Stanley (Expedition to find Dr. Livingstone)
Henry Steinway (Childhood, lost family and pianos)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (wife burned and died) (1987)
Herb Brooks (1980 Olympics team coach cut from 1960 team)
Herbert and Dorothy Vogel (art collection in tiny apartment)
Herbert Hoover (FDR blamed depression on him) (JR)
Herbert Hoover (formed Stanford football team) (NOISY)
Herbert Hoover (helped Hitchhiker)
Herbert Hoover (Osage Indians)
Herbert Hoover (Watergate that wasn't 1930)
Hermin Nelville (story of Billy Budd)
Hero of Alexandria (Inventions from toys)
Hero of Alexandria (Inventions from toys) (JR)
Heroin (first cough medicine) (1994)
Hetty Green (miser and crippled son)
High Tech Golf Clubs (Ping golf clubs declared illegal) (HQ)
Hillary Clinton (Goldwater Girl) (JR)
Hillary Clinton (once a Republican)
Himalayas (Started as islands at the equator)
Hippocrates (The Doctor was a quack)
Hiram Calder (first woman voter, pretended to be a man)
History of Underwater Exploration (Jules Verne and Robert Fulton)
HMS Resolute (Wood later used for White House desk 1850)
Ho Chi Minh (Helped us in WW2)
Hoagy Carmichael (bootleger almost caught)
Hoagy Carmichael (no lawyer and songwriter) (1988)
Hoagy Charmichael (Stardust)
Hobson's Choice (horses and rotation)
Holland (tulip bulbs and inflation)
Hollywood (MGM and full length films)
Honeymooners (TV show based upon Jackie Gleason's parents)
Hooked on white powder (garlic)
Hoover Vacuum Cleaner (origns)
Hop Along Cassidy (all fiction) (1989)
Horatio Alger (Rags to Riches to Rags)
Horatio Nelson (Battle of Copenhagen and Blind Eye)
Horatio Nelson (Chronically sick)
Horatio Spafford (It is well with my soul)
Horse (finds way home in snow storm)
Horse almost died (saved by spoiled buttermilk and later ran Kentucky Derby)
Horse Race (Subsititue horse won)
Horse Race (Subsititue horse won) (JR)
Horseshoes (new technology developed by dentists) (1987)
Hostages in Algeria (taken 1785 and US Navy)
Hot Dog (origin of term)
Housatonic (Sunk by sub during Civil War) (1987)
How Idaho and Colorado were named (fake Indian name)
Howard Hughes (germophobic fromhis parents)
Hubble Telescope (origin of its name)
Huckleberry Finn book (banned at school named for Mark Twain)
Hudson Bay (mutiny)
Hugh Hefner (origins of Playboy)
Hugh Lofting (created Dr. Doolittle talked to the animals) (1987)
Hugo Black (liberal judge and member of KKK)
Humphrey Bogart (Chess hustler)
Humphrey Bogart, Gary Cooper and Mary (left Hollywood and returned)
Huntsville (shot up and fake Indian raid)
Hutchinson Family Quartet (Sang against Civil War)
Hydrogen bomb (accidently dropped and kills cow) (1987)