Bringing history to life

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Stephen Hollen is dressed in historical colonial dress as he performed at the annual Plain City Historical Society meeting Tuesday night. Hollen, a humorist, historian and writer, dressed as Dr. Thomas Walker, a Revolutionary War-era physician and explorer notable for finding and naming the Cumberland Gap at the mountainous junction of Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee. Hollen has performed for the historical society previously as both President Theodore Roosevelt and writer, Mark Twain. The annual meeting was held at the Red Brick Tavern in London and meeting business included board members voting on executive officers. The new board line-up: Bernie Vance, president; Rosemary Anderson, vice president; Karen Vance, secretary and Annabelle Tuller, treasurer.

(Journal-Tribune photo by Michael Williamson)



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