April 25, 2010: Barry Cauchon
Here is my proposed schedule for the next few weeks on “A Little Touch of History”. Enjoy.
- April 26 to 30 — STATE YOUR CASE (No. 2) – John Elliott: “When did Booth break his leg”?
- May 1 — May birthdays for Lincoln Friends and Foes
- May 2 to 8 — AN AWESOMETALK WITH Betty Ownsbey, author “Alias Paine”, the Lewis Powell biography
- May 9 — Open
- May 10 to 14 — STATE YOUR CASE (No. 3) – Angela Smythe “Has He Been Hiding in Plain Sight? John Wilkes Booth and the Richmond Grays”
- May 15 — Open
- May 16 to 22 — AN AWESOMETALK WITH G.C. Rivera, the Unique and Surprising Mr. P.
Note: Schedule may change without notice.
On a separate note, I had planned to interview Gloria Swift, the museum curator at Ford’s Theatre. However, Laurie Verge has informed me that Gloria has now taken a position with Fort Pulaski in Savannah, Georgia. I met Gloria back in March and she is a wonderful person. I truly wish her well in her new posting at Fort Pulaski.