Chapman benefits from Huell Howser's gifts and legacy

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This is said to have been Huell Howser's favorite portrait of himself. The TV host of "California's Gold" who recently died left monetary donations and his personal belongings with Chapman University in Orange. He donated his videotape archives, funds for scholarships, personal effects and art that he found and made to the private college. A Huell Howser Day is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 8.
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