Spirits of Tudor Hall

Spirits of Tudor Hall Museum and historic home of the Booth family of Shakespearean actors including Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth.
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Tours of the 1st floor of Tudor Hall are offered 2 Sundays of every month between April & November at 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. Please check our current schedule on our blog for a day that will fit your schedule. http://spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com/

Laurie Verge, Director of the Surratt Museum in Clinton, Maryland sadly passed away. She was involved with the Surratt M...
02/26/2020

Laurie Verge, Director of the Surratt Museum in Clinton, Maryland sadly passed away. She was involved with the Surratt Museum at it's conception in 1976. She was also a supporter/cheerleader of #TudorHall and a great help over the years. She helped and assisted countless researchers and historians over the years concerning the #LincolnAssassination. She will be greatly missed.

It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of the passing of Surratt House Museum's long-time director and most passionate advocate, "Laurie" Verge. Her dedication, fiery personality, and wry smile will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

#JohnWilkesBooth knew Tremont Street well - and so did the man who killed him.
02/18/2020
John Wilkes Booth knew Tremont Street well - and so did the man who killed him

#JohnWilkesBooth knew Tremont Street well - and so did the man who killed him.

Before he became Abe Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth was a well known actor who so liked performing in Boston - at the Boston Museum theater on Tremont Street, next to the King's Chapel Burying Ground - that he bought a parcel on Commonwealth Avenue in the newly emerging Back Bay to build a ho...

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum
02/17/2020
Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum

The 2020 season for the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum will open on Saturday March 28, 2020. We will be open every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday through mid-November. The only tour day we will be closed will be Easter Sunday. Our hours of operation will remain 11-4 Wednesdays and Saturdays and Noon-4 Sundays. We will continue to offer the "Tracking an Assassin" walking tour of the escape route. [ 105 more words ]
http://drmudd.org/2020/02/16/the-2020-season-is-almost-upon-us/

A free #PlayersFoundation reading of a new play about #EdwinBooth on Wednesday, February 19, at 6 p.m. in the Dining Hal...
02/14/2020

A free #PlayersFoundation reading of a new play about #EdwinBooth on Wednesday, February 19, at 6 p.m. in the Dining Hall of @theplayersny located at 16 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY 10003.

If you’re in the #newyorkcity area, check out this professional reading of an exciting new play about #EdwinBooth by Charlotte Smart developed from research in the archival holdings of The Players Foundation, and directed by Cyndy A. Marion. The free reading will be on Wednesday, February 19, at 6 p.m. in the Dining Hall of The Players
located at 16 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY 10003. The event is free and open to the public. The dress code for The Players is business casual. Reservations are required and can be made by emailing Raymond Wemmlinger, Curator and Librarian, at [email protected] or calling 212-228-1861.

#HappyValentinesDay!
02/14/2020

#HappyValentinesDay!

#HappyBirthday to Dr. Joseph Adrian Booth, the youngest of the Booth siblings, who was born ‪#OTD‬ February 8, 1840. 🎉🎂🎁...
02/09/2020

#HappyBirthday to Dr. Joseph Adrian Booth, the youngest of the Booth siblings, who was born ‪#OTD‬ February 8, 1840. 🎉🎂🎁

He married 2 times; his first wife Margaret C. Hatfield (m. June 1882 / d. Aug. 11, 1884) died in childbirth and the child did not survive. With his 2nd wife, Cora E. Mitchell(m. Nov. 6, 1894 / d. March 4, 1936)(a cousin through Junius Brutus Booth Sr.'s sister Jane who married James Mitchell), he had a son but that child died at about age 2 years. He tried acting, prospecting, and accounting – but eventually at age of 49 Joseph became a physician. He is buried at Green Mount Cemetery in Baltimore, MD along with the rest of the family (minus #JuniusBrutusBoothJr and #EdwinBooth).

Joe was aboard a ship heading from San Francisco to New York when he learned that his brother, ‪#JohnWilkesBooth‬, had assassinated #PresidentLincoln.

“Edwin Booth's Theatre, 23rd St., Between 5th and 6th Ave.” c.1870. On February 3, 1869, famed actor #EdwinBooth opened ...
02/04/2020

“Edwin Booth's Theatre, 23rd St., Between 5th and 6th Ave.” c.1870. On February 3, 1869, famed actor #EdwinBooth opened the #BoothTheatre in #NewYorkCity. The theatre was masterfully crafted with a grand vestibule accented with Italian marble floors. The auditorium featured a stage that incorporated the most advanced machinery available at the time, such hydraulic rams to raise and lower scenery and stage lights that could be completely extinguished during the performance. On opening night, Booth selected #Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” attracting members of the elite theatrical society. He starred with his future 2nd wife, Mary McVicker. Unfortunately, Booth was unable to turn his elaborate theatrical venture into a viable business, and the building was lost to bankruptcy only five years after it opened. Various businesses utilized the building in the following years, and it was demolished to create a parking lot in 1965, forever lost to history.

Explore Charles County
02/02/2020

Explore Charles County

Do you know the story of Rich Hill? John Wilkes Booth, Abraham Lincoln's assassin, stopped at Rich Hill in 1865 for food and shelter after leaving the home of Dr. Samuel Mudd. Booth was given a meal by the owner, Samuel Cox, who aided in hiding the fugitive in a nearby pine thicket. Learn more about this historic site at https://richhillfriends.org.

#Happybirthday to #EdgarAllanPoe, born on this day in 1809! Did you know he was friends with #JuniusBrutusBoothSr, #19th...
01/19/2020

#Happybirthday to #EdgarAllanPoe, born on this day in 1809! Did you know he was friends with #JuniusBrutusBoothSr, #19thcentury #shakespeareanactor and father to #EdwinBooth and #JohnWilkesBooth?

Junius had many friends, #EdgarAllanPoe, the son of an acting family, being one. The two drank together and together seized a man who offended them after a play and suspended him “by the breeches on the spikes of a convenient area railing, where they left him kicking and howling while they pursued their tortuous way in gladsome mood.”

Ford's Theatre
01/17/2020

Ford's Theatre

The Booth family was very well known as an acting family during the Civil War period. Edwin Booth, older brother of John Wilkes, spent three weeks performing at Grover's Theatre in Washington (today's National Theatre) during February and March, 1863. President Lincoln and Secretary of State Seward took in several of his performances. Edwin Booth later dined at the Seward house where young Fanny Seward was taken with his "magnificent dark eyes." Her father offered Edwin a critique of his performances which Fanny said he took "very gracefully." (Image courtesy of The Library of Congress LOC 49711r)

Thank you Harry Ransom Center for assisting me with my #research on the Booth family for the 2nd year. Will be back agai...
01/12/2020

Thank you Harry Ransom Center for assisting me with my #research on the Booth family for the 2nd year. Will be back again next January! #edwinbooth #johnwilkesbooth #juniusbrutusbooth

Finally made it to see #JohnSingerSargent’s portrait of #EdwinBooth at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Ft Wort...
01/11/2020

Finally made it to see #JohnSingerSargent’s portrait of #EdwinBooth at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Ft Worth TX!

On this day in 1955, the Twentieth Century Fox production of the #EdwinBooth biopic, 'Prince of Players' opened in U.K. ...
01/11/2020

On this day in 1955, the Twentieth Century Fox production of the
#EdwinBooth biopic, 'Prince of Players' opened in U.K. cinemas.

Spirits of Tudor Hall's cover photo
01/06/2020

Spirits of Tudor Hall's cover photo

“I am not in the giving vein to-day.” #RichardIII #ShakespeareSunday #EdwinBooth
01/05/2020

“I am not in the giving vein to-day.” #RichardIII #ShakespeareSunday #EdwinBooth

Did you know one of the most famous American #Hamlets, #EdwinBooth (who performed the role from 1853 to 1891), was appar...
01/05/2020

Did you know one of the most famous American #Hamlets, #EdwinBooth (who performed the role from 1853 to 1891), was apparently haunted by the ghost of his father, #JuniusBrutusBoothSr who had himself played #Hamlet from 1829 to 1849? #ShakespeareSunday 👻👻

#MerryChristmas from all of us at #TudorHall! 🎄☃️🎁
12/25/2019

#MerryChristmas from all of us at #TudorHall! 🎄☃️🎁

Need a last-minute gift for the #historylover in your life? Purchase a membership to the Junius B. Booth Society. Along ...
12/14/2019
Become a Member of The Junius B. Booth Society

Need a last-minute gift for the #historylover in your life? Purchase a membership to the Junius B. Booth Society. Along with the monthly newsletter, you will help support Tudor Hall including through education and restoration and preservation of Tudor Hall. Check out our website for details! http://spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com/2018/02/become-member-of-junius-b-booth-society.html

The story of the Maryland Booths and Tudor Hall is a fascinating piece of our nation's history and the Junius B. Booth Society has ...

Charlotte Saunders Cushman (1816-1876) was the foremost American tragic actress of her day, notable not only for the Sha...
12/10/2019

Charlotte Saunders Cushman (1816-1876) was the foremost American tragic actress of her day, notable not only for the Shakespearean roles of #LadyMacbeth and Queen Katherine but also for her performances as Romeo and Cardinal Woolsey. Her voice was well known for its full contralto register, which allowed her to play both male and female parts. In the late 1850s she performed in #Macbeth opposite #EdwinBooth and Mary Devlin, who later became Booth’s first wife.

A Couple Ahead of Their Time

Charlotte Saunders Cushman (1816-1876) was the foremost American tragic actress of her day, notable not only for the Shakespearean roles of Lady Macbeth and Queen Katherine but also for her performances as Romeo and Cardinal Woolsey. Her voice was well known for its full contralto register, which allowed her to play both male and female parts. In the late 1850s she performed in "Macbeth" opposite Edwin Booth and Mary Devlin, who later became Booth’s first wife.

The bust of Cushman in The Library is the work of neoclassical sculptor Emma Stebbins (1815–1882), best remembered for the eight-foot bronze statue titled "Angel of the Waters," which stands above the Bethesda Fountain in Central Park. Stebbins was the first woman to receive a public art commission from New York City. While traveling in Italy Stebbins met Cushman, who lived intermittently in Rome, in an expatriate colony of distinguished artists. Upon meeting, Cushman took an interest in both her work and her affections. The pair quickly became a couple and within a year of meeting, the women exchanged unofficial vows and considered themselves married. The two lived together for twelve years before returning to the United States. Stebbins spent nearly the rest of her life writing a biography for her partner, "Charlotte Cushman: Her Letters and Memories of Her Life." Stebbins died in 1882 from lung disease and was buried in Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Her gravestone includes the inscription “Love is the fulfilling of the law.”

Michael Gerbino

Chair, Art Committee

Edwina Booth Grossman was born in Fulham, England on December 9, 1861, the only daughter of #EdwinBooth and Mary Devlin ...
12/09/2019

Edwina Booth Grossman was born in Fulham, England on December 9, 1861, the only daughter of #EdwinBooth and Mary Devlin (Edwin's first wife). She died on December 26, 1938 at the age of 77. Edwina is buried with Edwin Booth and Mary Devlin at Mount Auburn Cemetery.

#HappyThanksgiving from all of us at Tudor Hall! 🦃🥧
11/28/2019

#HappyThanksgiving from all of us at Tudor Hall! 🦃🥧

#HappyBirthday to Asia Booth Clarke, born on November 20, 1835. Asia was the youngest daughter of #JuniusBrutusBoothSr a...
11/20/2019

#HappyBirthday to Asia Booth Clarke, born on November 20, 1835. Asia was the youngest daughter of #JuniusBrutusBoothSr and Mary Ann Holmes. She was very close to #JohnWilkesBooth. To learn more about Asia click here: shorturl.at/glCE9

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum
11/14/2019
Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum

November 13, 2019 marks the 155th anniversary of John Wilkes Booth’s introduction to Dr. Samuel A. Mudd at St. Mary’s Church in Bryantown. The meeting occurred as a result of John Wilkes Booth’s October visit to Montreal, Quebec. While in that city, Booth met with a southern Marylander named Patrick Martin. Booth was in search of contacts in Charles County and Martin provided him with at least one and possibly two contacts. [ 589 more words ]
http://drmudd.org/2019/11/13/remember-remember-dr-mudd-met-booth-in-november/

Folger Shakespeare Library
11/13/2019
Folger Shakespeare Library

Folger Shakespeare Library

Edwin Booth, 19th-century superstar Shakespearean and brother of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, was born #OnThisDay in 1833.

#HappyBirthday to #EdwinBooth, born on this day in 1833. He is buried with his first wife, Mary Devlin, and their daught...
11/13/2019

#HappyBirthday to #EdwinBooth, born on this day in 1833. He is buried with his first wife, Mary Devlin, and their daughter, Edwina Booth Grossman, at Mount Auburn Cemetery. 🎂🎉❤️

Ford's Theatre
11/13/2019
Ford's Theatre

Ford's Theatre

Today in 1866, the Army Medical Museum began relocating to the third floor of Ford's Theatre. Among the museum's morbid collection of human body parts was a segment of John Wilkes Booth's spine. The Army Medical Museum proved so popular that by 1887 it had outgrown the space and relocated elsewhere in the region.

A playbill announcing #JohnWilkesBooth’s appearance in "The Marble Heart" on November 9, 1863, the same night President ...
11/10/2019

A playbill announcing #JohnWilkesBooth’s appearance in "The Marble Heart" on November 9, 1863, the same night President Lincoln attends. Courtesy of the National Park Service.

On this day in 1863, #AbrahamLincoln watches #JohnWilkesBooth perform at Ford's Theatre and invites him to the White Hou...
11/10/2019
Abraham Lincoln Was a John Wilkes Booth Fan

On this day in 1863, #AbrahamLincoln watches
#JohnWilkesBooth perform at Ford's Theatre and invites him to the White House.

Although John Wilkes Booth is now known as the infamous assassin who brutally murdered Abraham Lincoln in 1865, during his lifetime Booth was known as a famous and handsome stage actor that even

A full house for our final tour of the season on this crisp November day. We will be announcing the 2020 tours/special t...
11/03/2019

A full house for our final tour of the season on this crisp November day. We will be announcing the 2020 tours/special talks dates soon. Thank you everyone for following our page and supporting Tudor Hall!

#HappyHalloween! #EdwinBooth is said to be the ghost that haunts Springer Opera House in Columbus, Georgia. http://ow.ly...
11/01/2019

#HappyHalloween! #EdwinBooth is said to be the ghost that haunts Springer Opera House in Columbus, Georgia. http://ow.ly/U0tJ7

November 3rd will be the last day for the guided tour at 1pm and special talk on #JohnWilkesBooth at 2pm for the 2019 se...
10/28/2019

November 3rd will be the last day for the guided tour at 1pm and special talk on #JohnWilkesBooth at 2pm for the 2019 season. Don't miss this opportunity to see Tudor Hall in person. We are now working on tour dates for the 2020 season. Thank you for supporting Tudor Hall.

Spirits of Tudor Hall's cover photo
10/28/2019

Spirits of Tudor Hall's cover photo

Nice to have so many people join us at Tudor Hall on this stormy Sunday.
10/27/2019

Nice to have so many people join us at Tudor Hall on this stormy Sunday.

Three #JohnWilkesBooth autographs sold recently through Hertiage Auction. An 1864 signed check for $1.00 sold for $15,00...
10/26/2019

Three #JohnWilkesBooth autographs sold recently through Hertiage Auction. An 1864 signed check for $1.00 sold for $15,000!

Ford's Theatre
10/16/2019
Ford's Theatre

Ford's Theatre

Did you know the FBI investigated John Wilkes Booth again in 1977? The FBI searched through the assassin's diary for any invisible writing. Read about this investigation, and earlier investigations, via Smithsonian Magazine. Why do you think Booth continued to be investigated, decades after his death?

Jonathan Scott Hartley,  #EdwinBooth As #Brutus, modeled 1889, plaster. Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick ...
10/04/2019

Jonathan Scott Hartley, #EdwinBooth As #Brutus, modeled 1889, plaster. Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery

Spirits of Tudor Hall's cover photo
09/30/2019

Spirits of Tudor Hall's cover photo

Lovely day for the 1pm guided tour at Tudor Hall.
09/29/2019

Lovely day for the 1pm guided tour at Tudor Hall.

On November 15, 2019 at 8:00 p.m., THE BRUTES by Casey Wimpee will be presented at The Players,  once the historic home ...
09/24/2019
THE BRUTES Will Be Presented At The Players

On November 15, 2019 at 8:00 p.m., THE BRUTES by Casey Wimpee will be presented at The Players, once the historic home of
#EdwinBooth, located at 16 Gramercy Park S, New York City. Members of the Booth family will be in attendance, and the performance is presented in collaboration with Paul Valle, the great-great-great grandson of patriarch #JuniusBrutusBooth.
https://www.broadwayworld.com/off-off-broadway/article/THE-BRUTES-Will-Be-Presented-At-The-Players-20190923

On Friday, November 15, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. THE BRUTES by Casey Wimpee will be presented at THE PLAYERS - once the historic home of Edwin Booth - 16 Gramercy Park S, New York City. Members of the Booth family will be in attendance, and the performance is presented in collaboration with spit&vigor by P...

09/15/2019

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17 Tudor Lane
Bel Air, MD
21015

General information

About Tudor Hall – Tudor Hall is a Gothic Revival cottage located at 17 Tudor Lane, Bel Air, Maryland. Tudor Hall was built in the early 1850s as the dream home of Shakespearian actor Junius Brutus Booth Sr. and his wife Mary Ann. Many of the ten Booth children, including Edwin and John Wilkes, were born in a log house that once existed on the property. Harford County purchased Tudor Hall in 2006. Tudor Hall 17 Tudor Lane Bel Air, MD 21015 Tel: 443-619-0008 Email: [email protected] Website: http://juniusbrutusbooth.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritsofTudorHall Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpiritsTH About the Junius B. Booth Society, Inc. – The story of the Maryland Booths and Tudor Hall is fascinating, and the Junius B. Booth Society (JBBS) has an active part in keeping this chapter of our history alive. The Society was incorporated in Maryland in 2006 to educate the public and historians about the history of the Booth family and Tudor Hall, and developed Spirits of Tudor Hall─the tour guide program at Tudor Hall that opens the house for public tours on a regular basis. JBBS is working with Harford county government to turn Tudor Hall into a museum. JBBS also supports the education of the public in: the theatrical arts; other Booth family historical sites in Harford County; the history of owners, slaves, farmers, craftsmen, and others connected to the Tudor Hall farm and Booth related literary works. JBBS also supports the Historical Society of Harford County where Booth related documents and images in their collection are made available to researchers. Mailing address: Junius B. Booth Society 2223 Kentucky Avenue Baltimore, MD 21213 Website: http://juniusbrutusbooth.org/

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Tudor Hall is a Gothic Revival cottage located at 17 Tudor Lane in Bel Air, Maryland. It was built in the early 1850’s as the dream home of Shakespearean actor Junius Brutus Booth Sr. and his wife Mary Ann. Many of the ten Booth children, including Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth (who would later assassinate President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865), were born in a log house that once existed on the property.

Tours of the 1st floor of Tudor Hall are offered 2 Sundays of every month between April and November at 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. $5.00 cash for those ages 13 and older. Please obey the speed limit on Tudor Lane and the Tudor Hall property when visiting. For more info call 443-619-0008 or email at [email protected]. Please check our current schedule on our blog for a day that will fit your schedule at http://spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com/.

Directions:

From the South: Take I-95 to Exit 80 (Rt. 543/Churchville). Turn left off exit onto Rt. 543 and travel approximately 5.5 miles to Churchville Road (Rt. 22). Turn right at traffic light onto Churchville Rd. Travel for .6 miles to Tudor Lane on your left. (Directions continue below)

From the North: Take I-95 to Exit 85 (Rt. 22/ Churchville). Turn right off exit onto Churchville Rd. (Rt. 22) and travel for approximately 7 miles to Tudor Lane on your right. (Directions continue below)

From the West - Interstate 83: Leave I-83 at exit 36. Follow Rt. 439 eastward approximately 7 miles to Rt. 23. Turn right on Rt. 23 and travel approximately 5 miles into Jarrettsville. Rt. 23 turns right at the light in Jarrettsville and turns left approximately 1.2 miles further south at the next traffic light. Continue on Rt. 23 until it intersects with Rockspring Rd. (Rt. 24). Turn right and follow Rockspring Rd. to Moores Mill Rd. Turn left at traffic light onto Moores Mill Road and travel approximately 2 miles to Churchville Rd. (Rt. 22). Turn left at traffic light onto Churchville Rd. and travel approximately 1.2 miles to Tudor Lane on your left. Tudor Lane is directly across from F&L Jewelers (small white house). Follow Tudor Lane to the end, pass through the stone gates, and continue to the end of the driveway to Tudor Hall. Please Travel Very Slowly on Tudor Lane! Children at Play.

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Picked this up today at Mildred & Company in Port Deposit. So excited!!
And this is Daniel Riker as Asa Trenchard in New Old Theater's production of Our American Cousin
Joseph Jefferson
Getting ready for one crazy road trip! Round one, hoping to see Wrigley Field and enjoy a cubs game!
I do a private literacy campaign, a Maryland Confederate Civil War Display is now in the Western Maryland Room in the Hagerstown Library, it is there thru July & Aug. Display HOURS Tue.1-9, Wed,Thur & Fri 10-5 Sat 10-2 100+ CDV's Westminster Sept & Oct: Towson Library 3rd floor 7 cases in Nov & Dec Lexington Park Jan & Feb: Bel Air Library Mar.19
Does anyone know if Elizabeth Barton Booth had any children? Does anyone know the exact date she died (otherthan March 1994)?
Hi guys! Finally back on stage a project that I completed with a great SOLD OUT many years ago (6 years ago) and I never repeated… until today…! I work again on it cause I received (during these years) many request for this piece, in this forum and in the Booth historic fans community. This isn’t a normal prop… this is a true historic relique. I works hard with the administrator of Boothiebarn and the Surrat House Museum that help me to have the ORIGINAL SCANS of ALL PAGES of the original Booth’s Diary at Ford’s Theatre. I rework all scans and replicated everything in the diary, included secret cutted pages inside (that noone know how and where some pages is cut). Actually a copy of my diary have a special display in the Surrat House Museum and another copy was used for a REAL TV Documentary dedicated to John Wilkes Booth, these are some screenshot that show you my diary in the show (attached on comments) If you want to see it, this is link: https://www.smithsonianchannel.com/videos/how-john-wilkes-booth-deceived-his-abolitionist-fiancee/37789 Documentary is really nice So… this will not be only a prop for one of my best blockbuster movie, National Treasure 2, but this is a true historic piece that you can show to anyone like a perfect copy of the original Diary with the REAL BOOTH’S HANDWRITTING. Talking about the cover, I could tell you that is a work of art itself. Very hard to made, too much complex in every details. First of all, burn the line on the red leather is one thing that proove your patience very much, eheheheh. I also improved covers compared to my last run made years ago! First of all I found a MUCH MORE SOFT leather that allow you to take in your hands and move like a real centenary piece! The two little pockets (postage and tickets) are now real and not only for display (check pics9B. You can use it like a real pocket (in my first version It was sewn so not possible to open). Another thing that I always tried to do with my last covers (but never arrived to do it cause skills was different years ago) is to put a magnet inside the black rear leather. This allow you to close book with the piece of metal near the pocket! For sure it allow you to close cover WITH NO diary inside cause I can't use a strong magnet on it. So this will be a cool thing only if you buy a cover with no book, otherwise you can't use this magnet So these are improved parts compared to my old cover: - Different leather used! Highest quality and very VERY SOFT - Magnet inside black leather - Accurate piece of brass in the outer part of diary - REAL pockets (postage and tickets If you want to read a review of my old version of the John Wilkes Booth’s Diary, you can go in this link and read what people think of it https://boothiebarn.com/2013/04/30/i-have-a-booth-diary/ You can contact me for all details. Limited number available
Worth a visit. More Booth/Lincoln history than just John and Abe.
I should have looked further down the Facebook posts. See the tour beings at 1 PM Sunday August 20th.
What time does the Tudor Hall house tour start on Sunday August 20th? My husband Dean left a voice mail message today and he is interested in taking the tour. He attempted to send an email message, but it may have not gone through? Thanks so much and have a good day!
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