Living History - Page 2
|Bruce "Doc" Dod doing what he does best. Our battlefield artist at Naperville, Illinois in 2004.||The ladies of the 64th (from left to right Mary Gutzke, Diana Gough, Melina McVicker, and Dianna Bierman) work on the quilt we raffled off as a fundraiser at Lake Villa, Illinois in 2004.|
A new addition for 2005. Ken and Diana Gough's living history display the "Logan House" is a stage where they can do various living history displays. Look out! A Union Army foraging party was seen in the area looking for "supplies." Here is Logan House set up at Naperville, Illinois in 2005.
|Ken Gough portrays a civilian tailor and the Logan House is his home and workshop. Here we see him working on an antique sewing machine at Naperville, Illinois in 2005.|
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